Document 13754

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Vat. XVII.--No. 11.
MIDDLEBUSH,N. J.,
FRIDAY, MARCH2, .19~t
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Price, Five Cents
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omes
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Judgeroves
P Court
HasItsH umani
S’de
[oesl poIR[ez. Try aa we mighL e High wlndl and fuel oil which only to return for some unknown
Once more Magistrate
VeTn0n ~ c~tsts On i charge of reckless
hlveEt been
to isgnelrth
inylh~d
on wIBI
~.or- rear, on. That wanthe thlt time |hl
| gmann has proved hat the Adrlvlng
TO’m h Chile b Police Ll, thfor’~laUon
is able
to who
bllcktog
Jug splattered
lad then burst
intoladflamen
was seen alive.
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th.+u,,¯ I Ru.e,
o, ,hehe,,,
. they
olnt*o*beth’""
.o.lng
pHm,.,.,
Ap-ieo.h.ed
tahHog
.bout
thed.th otherpants
pJ&~ where people are fined for Ci de Lane Hamilton SL and ~41d parsntly, "mum’ Is the word.
of Mrs. McKinley Crawford g8 o[ were MI~ CpJwford’l htllth]lnd,
breaking laws.
Tbe Better Government, Assocl-Jscboo I St. and the complete de-[Evelyn Scbonk and Henry Bow .r.
Id Y~ush brou.ht a eharae at reck aBon so aotive In politics in the
- -- C. HumHueb was the case for Donl d I less drJ vi ng "against Orthn
structton
of the home in which whodtheovered the blaze
L, Wert Of Princeton in Municipal phrey of New Brunswick. Hum- p/it. hu dropj~td out of the p l¢- she Heed, Saturday.
Bowler said he had fixed’ a leakC.ourt Mondaynight¯ He had been phrey was fi*ed k"0 and $3 n cos s .Cure., Or has B Perhaps theB.G.A. The fire, which started about 3 InS oil atove. He leR the room fled
dterrurgedhlswlth driving an automobGeMer Pfe ffer test fled he pursued ~ mnmg:*s *tm~lrat~,o,~aglsa mo:~e p.g m., had eomplethLyengulfed theIreturned a few minutes later only
license had been revoked h m when ~ ghted flrecraoker
ha the Adm.
g [four-room structure
by the Gme Jto find that it had become I sheet
by State Trooper E. Z. Szock.
wan thrown from h s au omoblle ~o DucK. Ann tt may be ,for the : the Communityand East Frankfin ,or" flames. In a matter of seconds
same
reason that we havent heard[Fire Compancs had arc red on !the whole building was on fire he
The charge grew out of an feel- and exp oded in front of the polLce
den ear or ths month in which carS rodin 60 m h aa Hamilton
from the Republ<an offtisldom.’the scene¯ Tbe~’ eoutd do
’e sad
If so, one or the other organlza-lmore has p+ur w~ er on the fiJmea
Wert bad turned over the ear he
Franklin Iownship ponce Lt Rus14’as driving on Eocky Hill Rd. $1 tP’ost AIgcxCzekPeot6dMnrilnSt Clan had better e .... Ut in thel, in au efforL to put ,hem nut sol~e]l Pfeitier notified Dr. Edgar
Upon lnves lga ng he accident ¯ a fine of l Adol h }[ofstetter open ~c.on The Job of se ng a’tbat they could find out whether’Fliu{ county phystctsn ot he death
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randi date to the public In ibiS:anyone
had been trap led in he of Mr~
Trooper Szock discovered that was ned $5$$’
Craw ord. Mtor he nvesfor th n o obe a
Wert should not have been behind stop ~treel sgn. Bothg men pYaid year’s election Is going to be house,
figured, he ordered he body o
the wheel of the car.
Idifficult,
AS far as the Republicansl Wituesses said they saw Mrs. ithe burned womanturned over to
$3 court costs.
Hagmann told Wet ba be Was
The case of John [qerce nf Ells- in power are concerned, he won’tiCrswford run from the build]ng the Andersml Funeral Home of
liable to a mandatory fine ranging abeth Ave. was dismissed when be able to "run on his record as .soon utter the fire was noticed New Brunswick.
Inywberefrom $100to $500. It WlUl the complainant.
David Cavalier
nt. hna~t
been
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re" Ithe eaae so often
tthen
mount’
]to Hagmann
also finedshowed
him . and
~Iscr¢¢enbadt’drlven
hiS car
wttbout
:ahl ~ netrwetia,, Pw
that
that
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Sou h Bound Brook¯
lulled
toieo~1948~Tb~
uP- ~P " s Walm
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I~ courts have a b .... side +, ;pear.
Cavalier had charged that ’~ They might we]] remember ~,what[oarnes
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. .appeneu m me general e ee aA
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l-mmlwlicml
h~ fined Weft
the
minimum
, ed, o g eh= PermitUpheld
byCourt
po*e,nthe
t--ah,ooovered+,th
I"~outdnt
ofth--e,vos
th.,
they
o*0or,ed,
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NoJustice"
for Pupils
Ot Hamilton
School
almost every tree and telephone
’.posters,,
II tile
which the BepublleansI
Frank n Townab p has come requticmcnts of the zoning oYd
Iose,"’So sure were thnyt hrough a pre m nary eour ae o nanee
w b he aw on its side. Franklin
When Ihe eoporallon appeared
effort In campaigning for the H.am ton Homes. lne¯. took the before the commiBeebast fall In
,,~. they~erebeck~.g
’Wek.o*tow.a~
cou~l
~astwe~k
th a,, .~temp
ohave
heordlni.ee
If yOUask the pupils in H.amfiton Thepre.firs grade cuss s meepUoMmoa
~ownl~c:;lquea~l~lt~e°ermtah~’attempt to fc.rce the issuance ot ; changed,o fit their plans, *bey had
d ng permits ~or the construe
building 96 units. They
School If lbey think there la aJr~ Ing on the stage O[ lhc firehouse, ¯ aat a few pictures el him tacked *lbu
to.tton of an ~0-unlt garden apart- proposed
reduced the numeber of units by
Justice In the worM, they wLLl and the first and second grades*trees and poles will assure him O~[men development, hut Superior
t6 in an apparent attempt to get
t
probably answer with an emphatic met, In the engine re~m, The third ivlctory," they said.
jCourt Judge Dan hi J, Brennan a favorable reply Io their request,
"NO." And if you were In their aud fourth grades arc boldlug I But, what a sGH Jolt they re. denied the Linden r’nr~wwnllr~n’~
Barnes, however, in the affidavit
filed I. last week’saerie., s~ld be
place, you would probably agree ~lan~esc
extra class
rooms,
i.~)elved
when they
counted
tbol, request
tot adecided
.ummaryJ.dgmt’nt.
Grove
s In Manor
School,
whileb, ~the
allots
and learned
that
the man,Ha
the
Judge
In
the
cot~ denythg the compony’a appBd
with them.
!the nrlh. seventh and eighth grades Iwho had the "election in the bag".Jporiatton,a
favor the townsh caller ueeause d d no meet = de
’sad 1o~ o Democrat "Charlle would have had tO IS3LLea ~/’Jfll[ ~¯ and fronl arc[ re utrements
Laat Wednesday he boer In meet hi he audl orium.
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and
the scboo spral g and her oak and
Mrs. dtlhn Webster and .~trs John Gobee"’
mn ed a e y
because the propoaed [ara~es were
leapt
tO repairo ithcaaached
had boon
to]~,7Clgler
h Sthld
serve
tlhhpr~P~ls:dOs[chh(~ovllnlg
food to the cblldren J s!f:lrl~e;t:edt~Vo~
the Adm!nlstr?tlon
a~d
ogi~aS:rao~
head~
have[
con.,drive
The
company’s
and
Emerson
plea
for
place
a
permit
was
first
’trio
Ipian.
close
do
tn
conform
he
o
nes
wilh
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the
nrdhe members
board
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~cddvdthat It wasuseless to at nil, c+. cltrv, ousc
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PaKsnt°w~x°P~r;en~cPosm’
t~h°[Yl~°rb~tltobn~afP;:tn~en~s!l°:t;oSltx;
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’t hit’+n c[~;peOamtlP~:n~s ac~l~ii:In~a~els;,
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f c n-, brough before bo ownsb p camdone so often ill the past. Classes castd somewhat bv he ac
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tar Thursday and Friday were dhvreh, ¯e era several flr~,~, in tbe~aucBng a succesa n rampalgo,
’rattier I n Septemberot las~ year,
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With
the
ex- . Aflcr many delays, he con pnny I
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called off and II looked as If a long pa~’" ’f<w days" "The children ge ,cepUon
of the
aforementioned vas o d
eou d o cons ruc
s
v.o.Gon
,rein
,bo,r
boob.
a.d?2g.ku’
h:ub;’
teachers v~s In the maklug for the on the lruek and rush ~’lo
paplts,
Room ~or some of the fire"he said.
clause could be found in the Pine
-Grove Manor Hcbool. buL 1he plaeIlngblg°fproblem.the
,v=alni.g cJaasea
The pupils woke on Monday
morning
to dts¢~ver
that the
nanee’a
requirements
aud that
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Barnes
"acted peremptorily,
arhtrat y and ua]aw/uilyl’
[ The arm of Ko~sller and Karat
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oeG
. Inwtrb!l ptsye
. ,argo
.,,ilon
do,tsr
proJec
hera.so
erEltsaboth
a,or.oys’s
repr
par tn getting Char e Gobee;d d not camp y wi h zon g ord- ’senlthg
the Franklin-I{amilton
the eleeted.~ltha, been a. fallure, Juat[nauees.
[Homes and Municlpa Atorney
t~.onunueaon ~’age 101
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I Formal dentsl of the appllcaGon ’Robert E. Gnynor ot Middlebush
poaed ~1~_~ ____E i Jl
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f.
--__jwas
made on Jan¯
23. whenF¯ Buildlls appearing
for the townshdp In
Ing Inspector
Marvin Barnes
the proeerdlngs.
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[cthlmed that the company’s plans [ A:tother bear[.g in Superior
fur side yards did not meet h~’/Courtw be bold later thls month
UleSO[A[[atKA11r _rl.rlr
.,. par--on
be.0
Futile
Wait
forPhysician
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I Sportsmen5octel Ciob
Give $25 to Polio Food
~sses In the Community toVoton.
4-H Girls Hear Speaker
Mrs. HeZenB, Bob~lnl, Bomer-
Ed Voorbees, head at the local set County 4-H repre~enthil~e.
M.areh at Dimes Campaign, an- spoke Io the Midd[cbushGIr]a ,I-H
10S to Supervlalng Principal Ja~e$
M. Lynch. the bosBly arranged
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~g ~ eoro,=~o,,n
IA / I~ nouneed yeslerdny that he has re- C ub at he M dd eboah Church,
.... ~ff’~rk t~k .thus’’’~~,1
Thursday, on the "value el teamtr~n=ffcr of students has proved
;Y ," .
ceived a $25
donailon
the
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POI[ Qy, ~r.+
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~t.~ weonesaoy
rtlS temlly , Sportsmen
SocLh
C ub otfrom
Somer+
very ~a araaor~,
work" amongstthe girts th the organizaGon. She showedthem how, ,
hadwoited in vein for two hours for a doctor to comeset St.
Commentingon the dance held by worklnd together,orthey could
] to treat him."
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.as Saturday under he co.span- accomplish much m e tbo~ by
~¢hooJ Roer~ Adverhs~s
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weanesdey
is o doy off for monyof the city’s sorshtp of the HamRton Park Polka each girl going her ownway.
For Oil Burner’ Boiler-Iphysicions.
Club and St. Otp*s SisterhOOd. Several parents ,atterMed the
Voorbeessaid he was well pleased meeting as guests and were served
An urgent requelt in the form j
Thefirs ea or a phys e an was cthns were available
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of in advertisement for bids on Imado b-¯ ."elip ~*^uu--1with the turnout. Part of the pro- refreshmenlshy the gtris.
¥ zour
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m~nu~esI At ||,58 tbo exchange
telephoned ~eeds fromthedaneewil be given
The monthly business meettog
Ibo srando burner was placed inter PaJ~aywas Mrekcn at 10.31
to
say
that
a
doctor
wou[d
arrive
~o the Polio fund.
washeld prior to the talk by Mrs,
in local papers last Tueldny by : a m
soon
Helpthg
to
contribute
to
the
sue.
Robbl
n
the Board of Education.
’Pa" ny’s son called the Fire De
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Pti, Huskies called CoronerRob- coss of the dance by way ot donaI-artmen. ~
-The edvart~semen
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coroner tie.us, were the fo[towthg: dohn and PTA Plonfi
Supper
g
a
c tlcate
Jamtson
Als Sam
Bessenyei
the to er n Ham ton SCboO
latre
.
Act
ng
AsaLMant
F
re
Ch
e? Huff ~
.....eli Co
The Franhlln Pa rk Parentsaid Tborsdny that his invesLIga- Brenner’s Market. Franklin Cam- Teacher Association execuUve and
tion bad tsdleated thalnophystrlan munlly Market. and Cseke’s Mar- membership supper ¢ommlBees
on. Harohl Deiner, ehiefs driver,
~Khed a point where it is a .nnd rescue squadmembersarrived, ever arrived at the Pallay home. be f- all ot Hamilton St. Rl~zp’s wlti meet Tuesday In the school
Pallay. one of the lasl b~Jek- Florists MDover St. and City Bak- at 3 p. m, to complete plans for
waste of time, moneyand effort i Paltsy was given oxygen, and
; Nasonworked aver the elderly man 5mltha to work at that trade In this cry of ~aston Ave. also donated,
l0 keep repairing If.
the supper which will be held on
area, bed retired three year~ ago.
The bids will be’ recelvad In tot twn hours,
Tuesday,Marchi3. at 6:30 p. m,
Ptl. Morlce Hssklns and James He had Itsed In New Brunswick 35 Popar
Mlddthbuah SchoM on March g
The committee in charge o! the
Collectloe
SuRdoy
it I I~ m. Ir none d the bids
Anoth*r haler drive with the affair consists ot Mrs. Harvey
I=c¯ptsble, the board will + homewith the firemen, called the
He leaves his wife, Helen: two/ proceebegoing to ths Pollo Fund Swift, ehatrraan; Mrs. Russell
rt~dv~l=~.
~ P~t.vs c ar~’ Exchange
at 10:35. T~e son,, John Jr. and Fraak; a ~u~-I will be held in the E~t MJllltone Laird, Mrs. Adb/n HothL Mrs. Rteh¯
exchange
reported
that
it
was
ur~
~thslee will be held in the
ter. Helen,and a ulster, Missfiilzaarea this Sunday. Everyone con- ard Knudaen, Mr~ GUM~VeDry.RI~ Orove ManorSchooend ~, ~ble to obtain a doctor at that time. beth Kobot of Newyork CRY.
trthuUng to the drive Is eskadto k[en. Mra. Royal Carroll and Mrs,
~,0ramunlty Voh firehouse u~fil
Poller then e~Uedboth MiddleThe funeral wfil be held Eatur- have their paper In bundles and Harold 8nydam, Mrs. Malcolm
Pun- placed by the ¢urbo in front o( Adamswill control tlekefJ, deeo~lemoll ~lrfler led boiler irl U~* aex and St. PetefB OeneralHospt- d~y at E,,30 a. m, at the Gowen
no pkv~- eral Home,233 +.
Bomez~etreported.,
St.
rations
L..
’this,.
Both,,,
their home=by I 9. In. that
.... and wal~.
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h:rlSoy,MQrch
2, 1951
THE RECORD
Poge Two
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EKI’ORIAL
DoctorsMustAct to Assure
M.d+<o,
Co.+
,. A.oi,o..
Deltpite
,:, .
the failure
+ ~e~rt
attack
pres. to report
of the daily
cam her+
;I few i~ll3Utc+;
after t’he
;it
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+
the incident,
+hould
awaken
thc
city
to
the
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Tm question +’ Has y~r+¢’aitq~
living
deerealld
Iimm t~l~
were #r~ln?
"-!
e + ¢ ~+
OE~mOE MILLER, eleetri
be available
every ~OtiS Of every day I i.cl.ding
Wednesdays,
There i, obviously no basis for saying with ~+~taii+ty
dotter h3d arrived
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:Manin
the Street
W+dnesdmy
i~-ed for some pmvi~ion to a+iure that medical care will
i~t
I
that if a i
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ark. be + r ken man s~
..II
G+’ewouldhaveheensaved.Onlya mcdica+
manat the scene+
at+Bleard
Rt.--To
mepHL~I
woukl be qualified
t~+ say,
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BUt t~lere b;Pve been ntJmcyotl~; iltSt~lllCt’s
ill the past wherc
immediate medical attention
bag Blade the difference
betwecll
huh.r, tu face pr+kresBJv~Jy hJgJll
The freeze houri’t appeared to tllldl
a d:Serenee anywhere as yet+ I~
peP]laps we’Ll nottce a ebenge In
month or s+, That docent
+eel
leo Likely¯ but could be,
life and death. I. t6i+ ease the family waited fol tx+o hours.
rh¢ vl+tJlll (lit+d+ a doctor still had not arch, red.
~.~ben
MES, REBECCANA~+
Does.r-icE+
Wcdncsd?ys
havcbeena causefor complaintin
housewive, 2+ Burner St.--Nothln
seems lower. Everythim S is alwa)
getting higher Jnd higher¯ Cloth(
are up, food Is up. NO, [ t+ati’t s4~
|hal the freeze has made alLy sat
of ¯ difference.
New Hrunsx+iek f.r sever:J]
years.
The cit~" s phvsiei:ms
owe it t+,
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the COnllminlt~, to takc actiorl Oll this very serinns problembefore
;il~rH’llt, r ¢.Ise r)~ waitill~ ill v;lJn Call gaelic,
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Let’s Put Upo Fight
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OZZE
NABERMA,
*i,,do
To Keep the Polio Hospital
,AO,ETRATE
JOSEPH
J.
TAKACS
n+ticedtrlmmer’any21
klndHiramo[
S,.--la change.hOr
C’+’’
1’I’1’’+’
’to+to
m’ha+’+
++orkud
in poliocaml+ai~,+s
an<lrhe
havecome
JOSEPH
COULARD.
f, rme
’ EllLonllcern
Court
m+rre--ag’s-ra
Rnds
ore++,
+,>
J’ ’l ’’j ’ 1’+"+ t ]’ + [ I]I+ ~’ ’(’’]++CX
h<j¢~
probab[~ el.st’
ll+is spring camc ;is a ~rt’at
.,+,
+beck, |r
Crime
Increases
’e81t
+ cert+qnl
Bad~r+~+4~I-41--~+.. ean’tldghcrhOZ;esdYthan
l+lhlngSe+tlp
week +, lheySaYweretbat
ago. b.t the)
,+
wRs a s
wh++ %vb’
’lOt OH]Yt+)POliO VJCtlttlS :tI1ii lheil+ far’lille+ ’)tlttJ.]usands
t°Tbt~ +ItHtJrct]s
El+gtnshlnwn--[
don’t do much bu!
to bc immensvb pro.d tff the ~ttle
hospital
in North Brun+~vlck
,
lag personally,
hut from wbsl
The ch,sin~ nlig+bt .lake se.sc if adequate facilities
[or tb++ The malt who’s meal often con-, Rtthard
MnbiEan, Takaes has
hear price+ are awfuLly high.
Ir’~atlllent
tit litfantlh:
p;iral~sis
cases were availal)lu
elsewhere in :/rented +ith the seamy side of served ill
tbst capacity stare then,
phe county. But since rberc are at ]c:tst
basic facilitle+ at the I)oli<;lslrate
~ew Brunswick
probably Mag-+txcept
thetheperiod
fr.m 1~2
+o
, 1945, lot
when
magistrate
served
tESTER DAYTON, local bulh
Joseph J, Is
Takaes,
Lag superintendent,
56 So ’
$I
In World War ll with Army lutelSeven days +
a week, Takaes lib
Hospital, :,nd no fneilltics
elsewhere, tbe decision ]iv tile ]nfgantile
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Milllow.--Yea,
l’v~ not
hgeuee,
lie
was
appointed
tD
fli.
’ens to stories or thievery, embezParahsis Fntu]dation to +.’tit off the bospltal’s
funds i~ incumprcterm of John A, that.Change¯MyThlng~wlfe
,lemenl. traPfie+W’vlolatLons, domeslle the unexpired
doesi6’e
higher,the
buying[
sea
hensihk..
Lynch.
¯ squabbleR, lenBIll-tand[ord
probPrequenlly
lauded by observers "feed and household
things,
’a
’]’bt’
mother M a child afflicted
with p.]io wrote tiffs
week: :lCnlS and numerou~ other vigilfrom what she lells me arid fr,
liOJLS of society’s cede of ethics+
In pohce eotrt f.J" Ihe objective
what l observe COltS ~re elimhb
"If the faciliries
are ’inadequ;lh",
let Us m;Ikc tht+nl adelltl~te,
[tJl
Throu~:h the ptJilee
courl’s pot i.anller
bl v,’h[Ch he haZldle$ ~ll
,¢h.uld an,rdlcr cpidemle <,f Ihis dreaded disease strike, this wonder- tale pass the elly’s law hreaker~,
eases¯’rakaes polzlt~ out that ¯¯since
BILL SCHWARTZ. local
fur:
the new Slate eolistlttllitm
provided turJ+ salesman.
Bro0klyn--Oh,
ful I.x;d .spit ,I and its staff stand rt’~dv to help." There are fcw ooth minor and major,
Do eennomle eoedltlons
affect
ilia[ jnsticcs
of the peace eallnut
don’t lblok the freeze nag Iliad
p¢oldeill the COllllt}" s’~bf) ~ill liar endt)rse hcr vii:w.
g
leipa] court, yOU II difference; in fact, near at a]
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Tliere arc El)ale who say that Bill Schwartz,;is chairmanof its’ 12~:1; r~Pk°a[c:l~: ~tt loh~°t~Ya?t"sM~cgh presidv
Lee’Ill And that Io be the e~+e In ¯It Since we live
in New York and
board of gt+vern.r~, acttlaJ]} ga~.’e bil life f~)r the p.li,> (.’enter. The conditions nt.ke for shift.+
In the numlt’ipnl eonrt~,
work In NeW Brunswick.
1 sh0
nahlre
of
the
offeliSes.
ilt,ssihlc
fit~llt
’rak.eg
illalrltaLnR
a
private
law
both
places
illd
ll’s the same flier
leasi tilL. rt~;l* ¢1[ tl~ call 41o i~ pill lip tilt’ st rtmgeSl
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~prat’tiee
al 71 Paterson St+ Itls
high prices+ My wife buysI all t
bef.rc wewill givv np this fine iJlsrirution,
WHEN TIMES ARE BAD, }lagpractice is ~eneral except that I~ food. She tells me prices are st
I~lrale Tnkaes NJ)’S thi,er I~ a rise
a inaglsll’ate
he ca~not h~lldle crim- tip there.
ill dt.sertion,
st, x. u’gnr’." he’+ lnal eases.
GMeSt
CoJumn
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Candidates
Win
Ey MARION H. RIEMAN
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hallm I. x cuiitr(dlud (,iindidat[:
United
Jewish
Appeol
Io you when )nu leavc the nomL+
pariy member may run for ali)"
I "UJA Night"
will be observ
Baling jab 10 a small grmtp who
oflLcc whenhe Is quallfind I)y filling
i Sunday nLght at the Hlllel Foun¢
hi. I (’I IL° s gnd bY hp prDper u*ork only fnr Jobs and favors.
tLon. It will feat[~re mmsLeand <
So Lhel’e II Ls..%I1’. Average CItLnun11)[:r of reslatered voLer~.
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his Ja~ combo.
March
8.
you help nomLnate good candl" Other entert~tnment
haa be
(Mrs. Rieman, who lest week
date% you and good governmellt
~eveaied that she will be a con.
I~e out Ln the first feudal¯
ton Yatvtn, c¢-ebeL,’mem
dldate for city carom $| on¯r In
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resisted
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business
to be knows a. a member
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lherrloon.
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el o~e Earty.
Or lhe oilier?
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of lhl LellUl
of
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n~ad brains people hnow; Wom¯n Vcdlrl;
prllldllnl
,of thli
first
time ¯lnc.I hi becaml Its prelldont In Amral, um
where you re, or what school
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2, 1951
FI~B~IIrm
I~ .’~rm
TILE, RECORD
,~.~.,~d,,
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moam
on Wemlnltou’.
Su~,=l~
W@ fumi~ A-;
Women’sBerviee Leqlue M of thl ]ndapenden| Orders o( Odd
IU~ &f~ lille
Aun I~[ormed ChtU~hpc[lows Lodge ¯t HewHop~, PL
qwlfl ~ It= next ~tlall
at the The firemen ~ the PP~nlCU=
.
q~lily dti~lles
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~..lovt,~o..o~
~.,=,ot,o.r
P~e
Co..,e
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de)’ eveetol It d o’etoek. Membersthll ¯ drive to raJae i~hifilonld feeds
welave themOpldJedby expem
Ju~ arled to brtu~ white elepblne, to pug’chin new equipment. Thebr
Ikk~J~le |OT the ~lfld~lmD’l IWIh next meetinl will be ~ Moadt~
we Ilmmmm ~ emll~w
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~ Flr~i~y.
Idtrcb -~..l,
ho~e.
~119, at S:~* p. m. Supper Will be
mefved beMtonto~ at that time end A con, welilbind 6 pcunde ?
~flnuL’ll
~ $ p. m, ~ ouBces, wu born to MJ~, MI]ten
Laird to Princeton HoSpital on
Chdztopherlon and hiJ see:rdton
Veil] provide the music, There will Feb,27.
Mr=, WH]iam Henry WJllon hM
4be square dances, u midway, and
various other aRraettons, ~veryone been confined to her home wRh
is Invited to attend. Mrs. W. Bruce grippe i:hl6 week. Her daughter,
.Armstrong .Jnd Mrs. Harold Suy. Breudt, and ann, Warren. b~ve also
beenLll,
dam are t’o-cbaimen,
Mrl~ Arthur Burns has been conJBned to her borne the past weed
F~i~[
WomoH ~oF|IW
rs. Fe~and LIot Of H~hlend |IR AFOO|ll
Promoted
. daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
The firs~ woman Marine to be
~arvJn Mamasof this ]~ea]ity, hns
been I1[ with grippe this week.
enllstea from the New Brunswick
Mr. and Mrs. W. Bruce Arm. area ha¯ been promotedto private,
e;trong were the dinner guests of first class, at the Marilte Air Staler. and Mrs. Wendell Forbes el rio,, Cherry Point, N. C.
Cnrtelyou Lane Sunday nlghL
I Miss Catherine
Howartb of
Mr, and Mrs. Louis H’sbruuck:Ryders La. East Brunswick,
enlertained Me’. and Mrs. Edward ltured the Marines ~:st fall and
SkJpworlh and Mr. and Mrs. Ireiil~trained
at Parris Island, S. C. Bhe
’lk/~iller on Sal~rdayceL’nil]~.
J ~ a clerk-typist in the motor transgetlJamJn Namanof Six ~*lih’ ’ port section at Cherry Point,
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r*lophone 2-1100
10 Year
JAMES;
Guarantee
SMAHE,
0N
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
NewBrunswick, N. J.
25 Easron Avenue
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Asph alt
HomartFull Thick
WE’LL KEEP YOUR AUTO IN GOOD REPAIR
~ICORAE~I S~BVI4~’~ r~e~lN’~
*O~lpl’te
$~lrvine
f°*
*[Ijr
’ute
,. , Wedo everything to keep it in tip top shape. , , the best
mechalliCs and the f~nest equipment * . . take advantaa* "~ hath
¯ . , arid the prices are right , . . drive In "eODAY,
VIRES, TUBES. BATTERIES, ACCESSORiEB
SICORA
ESSO
3 in-1
SHINGLES
1
Typical Job Price
, GIv~l doublethldmessover 97%of roof
SERVICF
-’-o-o,
ooo:,.,.,.,,,,
NEWBRUNSWICK,’~,
Lm~.~r- -~,.,Vway & Frankt=n**~e
24-Hou, "a’=rhrtq Service
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Average24 ft.
¯ 36 fL Home
|0 YEAR
GUARANTEEDI°%o°wn’upte3°MoM
HOMARTAPPLIED INSULATING SIDING
"---j DIRECT
i.
WHEREDP.E..$ES
q7900
’the vlbtaM colors Of Homoff3.In-1 ihlagle= give your home
O fresh new1oak , * . the asphalt layer and Vermontslate
suRaceshed water and help keep out tun rayl. T~III Cite
the best shingles you can buy---at any pricel Come111 or
coil for free e~timate on on new Homottroof today[
ARE MADE---
and SAVE
at H. @B. DRESS.
CO.
--AT--
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C’I!LIOUE. Swept skirt droper~ Trim cuffed short sleeves
a,!i! : Ilotlerinq VEF:!c~-~- CO:.-
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101 ALBANY
ST.
SEARS
New Brunswick
Phone3-SB~)
Friday, March2, 195-1
THE RECORD
Four
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Licenses,Registrations
AvailableThis Month
Motor vehicle license agencies
throughout the state will be open
from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Mondays
through Fridays and 9 a. m. to
noon during March to issue 1951
motor vehicle registrations
and
drivers licenses.
No motor vehicle may be operated on nubile streets
after midnight, March 31, unless it displays
the 1951 plates, which are black
with
straw-colored
numerals.
Plates purchased any time during
March may be displayed
on the
vehicle immediately.
No registration
will be renewed
unless the car has passed second
inspcc!ion and the.pegislration certificah. Is properly stamped.
.
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NOTICE OF ORDER
[
TO LIMIT CREDITORS.
IP
’I Somerset County Surogste’s Cou~W’
i ha:ate of
MARGARET POLIIEMUS DUNN
deceased.
~.
Notice is hereby given, that on
the twenty-fourth day of January,
,:,S,~
A. D. 1951. on the application of
the u:~,dcrsigned; as Executors of
the Eitate or Margaret Polhcmus
Dune. decease’d; an order was made
by the Surrogate’s Court, requiring
the creditors or .~he said deceased
to bring in their dr:bts, demandsand
claims against said decedent, oner oath or affirmation, and present
Mr. end Mrs. Franklin Billings of Matilda Ave., received the Dis tlnguished Service Cross awarded posthumously to their son Frank B.
ime to the subscribers within
Billings, st recent ceremonies hold in Brooklyn, N.Y.
SIX
months
from the date of said
The DSC,one of the highest awards which can be bestowedupon = memberof the armed forces, was given to Billings for ,,extraordinary
order; and In default thereof any
heroism in action in Korea."
such creditor
shall be forever
barred of his or her action theretot against the subscribers.
Care Urged in Using
Local Marine Recruits
-
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Building Materials
JAM~.S CONGER
DUNN4p
Train at Parris Island
VANCE POLHEMUS DUN:~.
Wise use of scarce building ms- Now at Parrls Island, S. C.. uniIESTON N. POTTS,
terlals was urged this week by Ar- dergolnJ;[ Marine recruit training, Heston N. Pelts, Attorney,Executors.
thur M. Mason of Clayton Lumber Vincent John Maffeo, son of Mr. 390 George St.,
Co., member of the public affairs
and Mrs. James Maffeo of Mill- New Brunswick, N. J.
committee of the National Retail stone Rd. is a former employe of R 2-2,9,16,23;3-2
Dealers Association.
the Staffin Johns Co.
,~ ~,n,~ o**h,*,u,,,,o,
o* He was accepted *or enlistment The yA durthg during Dt,.~:o,-:
"certain building products, such as Tuesday in ceremonies at Marine 195[, aporoved 88 percent of ve°.e.
to make second
New York ans’ apr:tcatlons
nails, pipe, gutters, downspouts, dts.triet
headquarters,
City,
metal lath and reinforcing
steel
major changes of 2,I Bill course.
are likely to be restricted.
Advisement and guld~’,.ee is requlrBy using only the necessary
over a larger amount of construe- ed for veterans wh~ desire such
amounts nf such material, the avail- tion work and benefit more people, changes. In numbers, .approvals
able supply can be made to stretch
totaled 4,130; disapprovals, 1,164.
he said.
The Big "Store That Service Built"
At the FOOT OF CHURCH STREET
GIBBS
where your money
BUYS MOREl
SEWING MACHINES
::,t
,-:
AYlOWAY
t ’, i
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heybudgetterms. Lib.
end tted~e ellewencs
en yewpts~nt xmdd~,
BED SPRINGMATTRESS
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~ere’s a value that defies comparison!
YOUget a full size BED, "American
Beauty" INNERSPRING MATTRESS
and a sturdy COIL SPRING, . . all
three at a price that’s t~,pleal of Gibbs"
| ~q
SINGIRrsnabb,obev¯,
I, od~lecka~cken us
Ifm ~le,
~ ~w,
d.~,~
myIq me.
On~ $~9.50
Complete
SINGER*
Electric PortableSewingMarline
forI only $89:50,.completewith caseI
Smooth-st,robing. sturdy, dependable as only
a SINGERcon be.
Many.fine cabinet models, too-modern, ¢do*
|
nlal. parredstyles.
. .
See
Paem.Choow~
~
SINGEP,,SENVING
CENTER
your sewm.ghead-
Make your
~
~ensational valuesl
quarters--for skoppmghere
CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS
Telephone
is pleasantondconvem~t,
N.B. 2-9090
too.
"
..
.
Payus a v=.sdsoon.we
hoveeverythingfor the
SINGER
sails and setvlsss
SewingMoehlaas
endotherprod.
wanton who sews under one
s~¯sly through
SINee9
S~.-
roof plusthe.best.Insewing
advice and sewinglrlSlrg~lon.
a/0os YOUR
mw
SINGER
TODAY
AT YOUR
oot.
",-
ChurchSt.
Brunswick
Footof Chur©h’Street
~’-
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Red’ Sq Trade-markend the
"SINOERSEWING
.CENTER’,’
srnb~mon the window,one
sever~rouphdeporlmestd’ores,
deaiws,or otheroutlst~
SINGERSEWINGCENTER
369 George’Street
OpenThurs. till
I
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New Brunswick
9 p.m.
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Charter 7.0620
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911
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THE RECORD
.
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,..,. r .,h’tf., ,.I,.
Ted.to
b..W,nZ,+
tol.,d.,.
TheO’+’!’l’:
Subs,
onrlL
are as finalfollows:Standings
for the year
hbtrylngwifet°
aboutaV°ld
heirq)l~Rl°~son,
tromMrs.
Thechairmen
(andupto yestor-of all civic andfraternalorpnk--
Eogllil. Uplet
D.’------l...----e
,,y’,,unws
day,h.
-Inwor,.,l
for,haSte.n
tto.totom.t
w ,. Stoskowltz
14
,.,
bs unaware
of her’basnt
sonln" Staskowitz Fund Is Richard Tedes- Steve’s Fund.
I illness,
and
her husband
, to, who runs a |rotory
store ’and Donations have already been
4 the heart to tell her,"
delicatessen
st
314
Commercial
promised by numerous orgy,!_,#.
6
Young Slave’s elaumst-’,
at the Ave.
7 Our L~dy ot Vieh)rias School In
13 Boyrevllle are PraYing daily tot Tedesco deserthas hlmNlf as "a Uons. As ot yeat#rday,
¯bout 1160
14 his recovery. His grandmother, friend and customer" of Slave’s had been eontrlbutod.
Among those a¢cepUng cho~ks
with whomhe lived, said each day father.
his elassnmtesvisit her to Inquire He first learned of the family’s and eimh for the Sl~mkowitl PundLi
plight when the father told him Station WCTC,which Is broadcastabout Steve.
A friend of the family has start, that he had been losing business ing appeals regularly.
ed a fund drive to help defray because his wife’s and son’s itincss
Checks may be made out to the
153 the cost of medical expenses. The was keeping him away from the
15"/ father,
owner of s coal and ice office where he receives call. So Steven Staskowitz Fund and sent
125 buJiness.,
was reported heavily tn Tedeseo arranged to have Stas- to Tedcseo, who yesterday opened
154 debt for medical bills from the kowitz" calls transferred lo his ownI[ an account in the boy’s nslmeat the
171 previous illness of Mrs. StaskowRz. store.
! Peoples National Bank.
I
760
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Franklin Eagles ........
It matters not the Kport, the old W B A C ...............
11
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" 9
DUe at playoff time." It was proven
Pr kH Pi-.re ..
--an-..n
8
again last night as the cellar’’N=mn,,,.
,rl.,
- .......
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sere
.......
2
dwelling Jones Five upset the has- I.tones Five
I
ketbsll
league champion Franklin : ...............
Eagles, 42 to 35, to eliminate them i
~romIhe Recreation Leagueplay-:,
uffs.
Led by George Gregory.
the ’
Jones Five was in front most of Middlnbush NO. I (3)
120 145
?he game, but a spirited rally by [ McKinley .......
the Eagles tied the contest at the : J. Kline ........
1,13 157
’~,
end of regulation time. The Jones
Blind ...........
125 125
then outscored the Eagles. 6-2. in i Rosky .........
179 183
the overtime to remain in the play. ; W. Klinc ........
128 160
offs. The Eagles were hampcred~
695 770
by pl~ying without their star for~
ward and league high scorer, Elmer Griggstown (0)
Lueas.
O.M.
noepfner
. .. 143Smith
115179’~0
Gregory
was high
man fur
the
.......
wlnners with ]3 points but was K.R" BJelkc .....
K. Hoeptner ....
144 153
closely followed by Arabic Previtc
Iloagland
....
155135136
117
with 11 and Bill Bclnavis with 10.
Gaze Govae and Mike Uhall paced
692 715
the losers with 13 and 12 point~.
Eagles (38)
Middlebush No, 2 (0)
G
F
TP
C. Gilbert ......
182 121
Uhall. f ......
5
12
2
R. Merrell ......
110 119
G. Gubac. f .... 6
1
13
J. Young ........
93
128
Tolh,
gMJc’k[o
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(..
0
4
S. Boekhut .....
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1
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(3)
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Jone
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0
l
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0
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g 2
Belndx’is .....
4
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Eagles
. . 9 6 10 It
Jones 5 5 7 ],4
10
Koka| ..........
1
3
4
10
_
East Frank,in No. 2 (2)
E. Szabo ......
105
42
IL Voorhecs ....
(;. Kocsls ..... "93
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......
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(;
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Ilutchlnson.
f 4
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Morton. f .....
6
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0
qlwH ¯ l,,azlcky, g ._ 3
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E. Kurssr,g .. 2
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(’lmpko
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0
E. Lazieky .... 3
0
20
2
Franklin 5 (33}
(;
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Stasiak. f .... 3
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Slake. ,
.0
0
C’her.’y (. . . 3
1
Busei|horn. g .. 4
0
Easton. g +
. 3
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Klsh
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Giambalvo
I
0
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113
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SALE
LAMPS
.
155
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i14
i23
i(~i
1’t8
149
157
159
618
739
701
P$
Franklin Park (I)
F. RIccl ......
164
O. Wagner .
.. 140
190
133
126
149
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24"
ITS 123 Is9
DECORATED
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~
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. ~+
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.Community No, 2 (0+1
: M. liharpsky
.. 152
S.
Sleola
146
,
g
.....
F. Ltlpo....
142
I’. BIscclll
108
1’.
Hart
......
~ J. Yarush
. 141
; I’. Bast.t, lli
728
63’2
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EACH
138 132
149 124
125 127
.....
178 172
138 ...
145[
[
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FINE FLOOR
LAMPS
143
121
192
AS LowAs
,++
TP
6
0
7
8
6
2
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~
174 113 132
689 728
8-- 22 "
8---29 Millstone Valley (3J
J. Kan’uzas
145 172
W. Paris ....
135 164
II. tlnppert .
. 171 184
166
V. Jen,ga .....
51. Itlahut
TI’
199 196
8
13
816 890
0
SecondDistrict (2)
7
Clancia....
4
200 134
Wescutt
4
139 135
Lap~ynski
....
6
193 189
Marottl,
. 175 16+
lit)crler
42
. ...... 150 227
857 849
’Community No. I (I)
Pan c-’,.a
.155146
Kerekcs .
.. 165 189
I3cssenb’ci ....
151 149
Taylor
.....
175 167
Klhigcr
. ....
156 139
2 :._
. ........
tile restis tip to (.;oil."
Mrs. T.
Staskowitz, or Sa2,’reville.
grandmother of six-year-old
Sieves
8taskowitz
said Tuesday. Thl,
youngster,
who has been in n
semi-coma for six days. was trans,
tarred to Roosevelt tlospltnl
lit
New York for treatment
ol what
laboilevedtobetubereularmenln-+year-old
, Ituspital
SL Poters
by. tl~ ISayrevJlle
eciol
681
I
,’-0014
207
¯
835
EACH
108
168
165
214
155
Nowyou con buy fine BOUDOIR
LAMPSwith
handpointedChinaBasefor as little as
810
189
148
174
181
133
$vm~-----lh~V~"
Ze
EACH
s0279o s2~
This is o chanceto get the Lamps
youalwayswantedat a fraction of
mAll WeCanDoNowis Pray"
g.~.
SO
E"tobias...... is0 i59 1~
E. Newton .
WBAC
G
(.soh, r. f
. 1
"r(fl’nelh), f
3
Rnsso. e .
. 6
l
Pagano.
Gory, g ..
_I
W. Shirley .
0
Bellow _ .... I
!
ONLY
L(;ec.."+:77
+iii ,4s
G.Kocsts
......
ii3
Ol,c~al.:subs.~odnarm.
Tigers (22)
G
l’ietrueha, f __. 6
Vatnro,
[ .. 3
topaz, c ......
0
Szabo, g .....
1
Papp. g .......
0
168
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142
143
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-- 158
Williams. e ....
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ONE
A. Jasionowski,
v,’ho has been
trc~tin~ him since he Was stricken
last week.
At Roosevelt Hospllal in Metueh+
el. meat)while, his mother Is also
fighting a battle for her life. For
the second time In five years, the
mother b suffering;
their cost
RICE
r~ ,llPlltawx
201
COMPANY
¯Nil 5Oil
St
.
NL~V BRUNSWICK
I from
chesttuberculosis.
8teven. of 20 Fl~t
MondaynighL] The father,
Emergency IAvo.. North Brum~Ick, has been
G,
36 YEARSOF
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I ill
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Friday, March2, 1951
m
....
THE RECORD
T
.
:
Pager21even
fro=
t’...,,e..,ive
,eeY’WCACalenat
oardof
ci,.li
Se,*lc,
d ,=,. available
Join Regular Army
Charles R. Gulosss. 20-year-aid
Monday6;45, ballroom daocing Examiners, ~t the hcapltal.
Ictasses:study
7:~0,group.
sketchiag clas:t; 8, -,
~ ,,
!child
san
of,,r.and
,,rs.Oulott,,
Wednesoay,
m.,
of 148 De~avan S’,, eulisted In the I Thursday, all day, L~dles Day.
Regular Army for three years. Pre- YMCApool and gym; 4:30. Y*’ruens
viously employed as a musician, :basketball;
7-9, open house: 8, Yat Ft. Ii Friday.
Wives health
;Gulotta i~ vow staiiouc’d
7;30 p.education
m., Ji,’e group,
Juuetkm.
Drven.t. M::ss.
,i
I Slotiont.d at Ft. [)ix i’~ Fraok CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS
!3t
War d.i o ,Ie ~on of Mr. aad
iuformallun on an examiuatiou
[Mrs. Frauk M. Y.mdulino Sr. of for patent exandaer in file U.S.
1166 Flul:Jvr~ St.. who enJLmtrd in Palent Offiee n]ay l)e obtains,:
i[h{’
R ’.~tl]ar
,~rll;
threp
years,
3’ I’dr
f]’oR]
(’~eol’~e
It,
Stryker, It)t’al see.
!~A ,~r::lhl:l:e
O~’ ~e%vBruuswick relary of ttw U. S. Civil Nerrice
tti~h ~vh,),l, V:otdolim, workedas
"a:l ,qtl’(~nlol)i]u tn.ct’hallie before Commission. at Ihe Post ()flier.
l~lfovn)~tJon ol1 aHt, xDntinalioll
for
~e flistlig.
~uard at the l v~l~s VAl io..pitM is
WALL’S
¢OMPLLrI’E TUXEDO
RENTAL SERVICE
SHIt~T " TIJ~- STUDS" COI.LA~F.S’t g’rV’t_l~ Tt..,XI~D O .
LAg BUTTONS- CUFF LINKS
~onsistlng O’f
~,RM BANDS ¯ SUSPENDERS
Arrar~n~ml.,-¢. Should he Made
t0 Days in Advance
S, R. 6-1265-J OpenTilt 11:30
11
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:
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~.()bt t. A’~D
~.t.%MOi
i;
]:re .)-our equipment slid ttupl)lies as Ihry Ihmtld be to m=ke~ompshotl
=s good a~ /hie one,
"1 ThoughtI’d Try It Anyway"
which they just weren’t made to do
It all adds up to ust.tess waste
’that is heard altogether too often of film and a strong feeling of dis;from the lips of amateur phoh~g- appointment.
raphers.
&nd it accounts for s
Recently I heard a man say’that
he’d made 20 indoor color expo]argo number of the poor snap.
sores at his son’s si~,tl’, birthday
ailots which are made.
It is osualJy heard as the con. party. He knew that tim Iihn in
eluding Jane of a story about pur- the camera wa~ for ~.utdoor usc-~osely taking a picture
under
and that his fleshbulbs were trot
tmfavorab]e conditions. Perhaps it of the right type to make the film
¯ ,’as too late or too early in the usable indoors. "I think I’ll try it.
day; perhaps it was a shot which nnywayt" he said at the time. ~et
required a camera with a faster
he was very disappointed
when
~]ena than that of the camera used; the postman brought him a box of
(perhaps it wasan attempt at using transparencies--all
very bad bo,erdinary
~ for a special
purcause the color balance was com0pose. Whatever the actual ease pletely off.
As is clear by now, the moral of
~ayhich
have
was knew
one all
in this story Is--if conditions aren’t
the been,
picture it taker
e time that only a miracle would right, don’t "try it anyway." Use
ake his shot a good one.
your film and camera for the type
Maybe amateur snapshooters
of pictures they are designed to
e incurable optimists,
because make and thus avoid disappointe do seem to expect our equip, taunt.
I
.-.John van Guilder
~,l~ent and Supplies to perform feats,
~’ll]~a title
statement
which
servesis one
as
ft,r t.tlay
s column
I
I
PublicLibraryBorrowersselect
........
Own’Hit Par=de’ of Notable Booksi[,
l:
Book-lovers who visit the Pree : Chicago Cnnfideotial. by Jaek I.ait ;
Public l.ibrary
have come up with and Lee Mortimer; Korea Tud. y.
their owz~ ¯’tilt
Parade" of best by C. M. MeCure: G..d Ilad Seven
bo.ks.
, Days. by llenry Mlsrork; Speaking ;
*Their sele(’tiousof "No~a!:4e of Mau. by .Abraham Myerson;
Books for 1950"was annouacedby Seot’sboroBoy. by liaywoudPattcrson;
The Cardinal.
by H.M.
Miss Anne W. W. Bell, assistant
Rohiuson;
The
Disenchanted,
by
"
librarian.
Budd
Sehuiberg.
Also announced was a ll~t of the
"bests" selected by member libra- The Turquoise Trail. by Shirley
Lift Up Your ileari,
by
ries of the American Library As- Seifert;
Mousigaor
Fulton ¯ J. Sheen
.~eeiatioa,
.~s well a~ the local
],load. by Waiter Til.,’.t,y:
library staff’s own selections of the Champion
WiuterUme by JJn Valtia:
Jerut~,p reading of the year.
salem
Calling,
by
Pierre
Van
The people’s (’hoicos were these:
Paasen;
Worlds
in
Collision.
by
The Diplomat,
by James AidImmanuel
VeliJkovsky;
aud
World
ridge; Truman’Merry-Go-Round. by
Enough and Time, by R. P. WarR. S. Alien and W. V. Shannon;
ren.
Faster! Faster! by Patrick Bait;
Boswell’s Landau Journal, by James
Boswell; Juvllee Trail, by Owen Hertz AttendsSession
J. H. Burns.Briar°w; Lucifer with a Book, by. Of Redevelopment
Aides
The Perfect Invader by Robert i Joseph Hertz, City’Housing Auth-i
Burns; Son of ,: Hundred Kings, lorry director,
attended a meeting
by Thomas Costaln; Seeds o/Tre~ ~ of all redevelopment agency direc~l~aon, by Ralph DeToledano; The tars in the state held in the offices
Cocktail Party, by T. S. Eliot; Col- of the Newark Housing Admthls|erred Stories of William Faulk-itratlon
Tuesday afternoon.
net; The Wall, by John Horsey; i Various phases of coordination
Dlanetles,
by L. R. Hubbard.
,, the lacal
Joy Street,
by F, P. Keyes; ]Hertz said.
- "-=-*-
..
~{~
It maa be$prin~
when such a suit appears.
The velvet.touched bolero
(smart enough to live
~
~
~~t~
~
’S
BOLEROSUIT
" * ..
"it
1¥1IRON WORSTEDS
"IN WONDERFUL
$i:es O0to 00, SOO/~
Sizes 10 to 111
$69.95
OpenBudgetA
Account
ShopThurtdey Till
age~y were discussed.
-
a li/e o/its own)
is heautilully made fn
Miron’s new Honeycomb worsted.**t ,
its ,lender, shupely~kir;.
..
in ]mperial Cnburdlne.
Navy end white or brow~ end wbi~.Y
9
p.
m.
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BROOK
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Friday, March2;-1951
11-1E RECORD
Twelve
Typographical
LlnionFounded
In $10-a-WeekDaysof 1869
~.
RUDOLP
Vm
The New B~uu~wtck Typogrstph- Bioluwd Conner.
Union was formed back bs ~o Today conditions
of typograpb
oleeUons
will ho
days whe~ I10 st week wu con- icstl workers are st far ely trOm the inUnion
silk shop
dress
tstetorfes
In h#ld
New
~d~red ¯ good wstEo for men who early dstys.
SouthAmboy
River,March
Jameswoxked in ~’prLnflng mhops and All typo locstls
support a union Brunswick.
burg and Perth
19.
newspaper composing rooms,
home and hospital in Colorado 14 and 15 under the supe.-’vLd.n
Sloeekle,
Thstt wasone
In 18~.
o! the union’s or-,ment
Printer
Home,
Springs.
Col.,as inthewhich
any member
’ Known
In notes of the late Har1"y A. il n goodstanding rusty receive treat- of the National Labor Relations
Board.
Workers wilt indicate whether
:.. , .g~nlzers and first members,is an ithe institution has provided hospithey wish the International Lstdios
el,: i account of early typo days.
t,~lizatlon for severstl local printers,
Stoeckle wrote that Harold Ben- W,,ues =ver-ge aa7 ¯ w,.ek days Garment Workers Union to be nuthorlzed to enter into union shop
~tedict.
Joe Simpson and he gotlsnd.S92
niehts in s eommereJai"
agreements,
together and held a meeting in! sheep a-rid $9-3-day= stnd-$~--n-i-gh-’ts
An NLRB committee wiii spent
Bobbins Hall. then on French St .........
s .... °r ’The work w
three
days touring slik dres| L~esaid a union organizer "haran- Is abont 37 hours long. Union
in this are’a.
them
and
the
union
. .
wstS ’: spokesmen describe working conNew
Brunswick
shuns to be vls.
" "/ ’.
born.
I ditions as "healthful and dignlted
include
Chstskes
and Kulbaelk
, - . ~:’~
In December of t89t, the union~ fled"
¯ A "
279
Buruet
St,;
Regal
Sportswe~
--"
~/diwas chartered
as New Brunswick _:
-.
"L
¯
"
" "
~’I’T
-" Uni on
"’"~-~"thwt ~ toe’, there are some o4 memuers m 9 Little Bur¯at St.’, Grace Dres~
~ ypo g ra
pnsca|
~
, the union and,about 10 apprentices¯ ~9 Denois St.; Leiner Dress Co., 20
¯ "< ¯
~t
" "
"
L ¯
, g enarte
r memoers:
"
:: i."oilow’n
1, Shops comprising
the union in the Jeiin St.; Joy Garment Co., 229
i
....
li
..........
"
".
r mant,.
O.
L,augnton,
l~waro
NO
,
.
~"
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l
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¯
New
Brunswick
area
include ten- French St.: and A & P Garment
i
Iff~US
K |rK,
ooNn
! |oe,
A~r~m
vstn
Co., 18 No. 3rd Ave., Highland,
Creer
Geor"e
nines.
Kitchen
&
Drygo,
Thatcher
.
. ~:~McMullen , John
...
,
...s:
Anderson,
Spokesman
Publishing
....
Simpson,
A.
Fred
r.Hmer, a. we- Co J Ford Ftagg L N. Blue Vogt Park.
*
.
..........
,Ired
Morris, 5toecxze, I~. d. t~egan,PrinUng
"’ ’ Co, Unimsn Printers
] Voting will take place at the II.
,
.............
CAMMERATA
d05
~
HL
nL
donn
Hlexey,
Thomas
.............
and Barry
B. Dress
20 Naph,
’_
|:teiomgsleLe [ St.;
DressCompany,
Co,, 45 Reid
St.:
,~smuley, ........
Joun ~trassourger.
~a-, ;t tome News ¯no
Samuel
Dress
Company,
1
Reid
-- i win Clickner. Waiter Flint. I. N. Printing Co.
i
m. masme,’B,°e’ ,h’. Wm
MeM’u
en Raymond’
offieersAI Warren¯reChesteriS president.Austin,Olher.st.;jr, MarionDress Co., 32 MainSt.:
lIR|An~,~enttanger,
William Dingethal.
i
. Mayfair Dress Co., 1 Milton St.;
i ~vuia~ r~ilw Vi|iVnnW!Joh n Caroe Iter,
M H Myers, W I ~vlce-presldeot;
Harold Lins. nnan- Dora Dress Co., 123 Whitehead
I’ UA.,&.. Aa. ~,,Jl,,,...J,,=..
!lisa J. Gooley. HarOld Benedict, ’; cial secretary: Philip Varker, re- lAve.; South River Waist and Dress
,,|[i[AggnV AI, I
Lnor’a--’s
V (l
K ~UI’00’-- _
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-
~J~" l ~’ur’{~y;F~:ank
:
Lipptncott.
ToStateOfficials
tat.,k
¯ George
By RUDY CAMMERATA
¯=
l’ulitics
is everybody’s busine.~s. AFi, It.¯tiers
and nnlons In Mid:neluding organized labor.
. dlesex attct Monmouth Counties
Managemenl freqttenily argues ~ will be i|osts to the State Federa-
L
- sergeant
-arms
¯
Ven-ic°rding s " ri~t,s,
ecretary,
a
nd" at
William;co.,
1
an~G
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A
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C
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’’a’trodooniaos
’oo’
s’oyol’t,ion,,
l, o,e,eeo,iveboard
n
NEWS and VIEWS
of politics.
Followed to the logical exeetitive council at the Kingsley
voneiusion
one can only reason
~hat management [eels il is the .Arms Ilotel.
Asbury Park, Sotursole proprietor o1" American poll- day at 10:30 a. m. The two counties [
,,as.
l, ,s,,e,..,,n,,spu,edi.v
,oeoprie
Nnl very’ den]()- feder.~tion,
,’rJtiC
t).van.nlatlagemet|t.
in charge,
farther or retard.
’~
Baumrind,
business
9SIm~
T homas
S t.
t’ manager of the union, explained that
the Taft-Hartley
law requires an
actual majority of aii workers employed in the piant to vote for ti, e
maintenance
of the union sh~
Otherwise the union shop,
the,’.
WUes
biishedin
plants nearly half a century ago.
will be outlawed.
He pointed out that the aden
shop has made possible
many of
~]~
’
het,e.isenjoyed
bywori,l,,s,rie, o, ,he ReportOpposing
AdditionalBenefitsthe
era.
i
TheTaft-ilartiey law requires a
arrangements
are" U
~ n d er Disability Insuronce Hit by CIO majority of all those eligible to
of
Unioo.,, ;ire not interested In any
For
me polilieal party. This ha.~ been Mrs. alga Mar¯¯ski nf Perth Am-~ An Advi.~orv Council repo.’t ree-’ ly dormant for 21 months." This VOte to carry an election.
’~;mmcnding
vice-president
of the
an increase in maxl- was the ~ame day tbst a legisiaexample. If st shop has 100 workers.
evidenced in CIO ~tn’,ements
on h ¯~v di,~lriet
: mumTen porary Disab Ilty Insur-. five coinmlssion made up of labor at least 51 must vote in favor of
.¯any issues ill rvcent yt’a=~,
h.drralion,
and Frauk Dalton of ante from $26 to $30 but opposing[management, legislative
and public
the union shop. Should only 50
Organized tabor supports canNeptune. preside¯|
el tlw Men- [dependency. maternity, hospitallJ members was holding iLq first pub- vote. even if 49 favor the law. it
didates on the basis of past permouth t, nd O(’can (’corral Labor (zation and other benefits was sit. lie hearing after having held would lose. The 50 who do not
form¯¯ca or a solid platform,
tacked lifts weekby the State CIO. weekly sessions for several months, vote art’. lit efreet, counted a~
t:nioo
which will be beneficial to all
The ,-(O charged that the council
¯
,"
.
.....
l
The CIO charged that the report
laboring people and that is al~z .~ nt~ [n a ~ .~s]oa eseX. , cutup e e v renec
"old
nO- pU
b"eJ he ria sng-n-’= ur evoting agaiost it.
"
’
¯"
s
tne
proI~
I
n
BtaiJding I rades Cotmt’ils, as well"
’
"
most all the people.
’ "
Mana~emenl’~ roh, In polities
a~ :he New Brunswick Trad~es end /~anda and vested interest,~
of in*leeived no evidence or testimony
organi- Utility Anti-Strlke
was made crystal eh, ar itt the spa- I,abm" Coonei] and Ihe Perth Am- ’ sot¯nee companies who have a fl- from experts or interested
Law
nanelaltnwstake
In Jersey.’
keeping. TIll ben- ! zaUons "except for the information In State Held Invalid
title I~snt. of health inset¯oar. The I,)y Centr;rl Labor Unicm. also will slits
in New
[submitted by the insurance earnMedical Assuelation.
(’hamher of bc represented.
The Advisory Council. the ClO’:pany representatives
on the counA Snpremc Court derision
Mn,,j~
Commerceatstl the large eorpm’aVinreitt .I. Murphy of Newark.
clay declaring unconstitutional Wls- "
ell itself."
lions .~pent a small [nrtuue in sn Sta~e AFI, secretary-treasurer,
will said. was "~uddenly reactivated
Dee. 20. 1930" after being "enlire"Lack of adeqoate stody of the) e°nsin’s i)ubl]r utility anti.strike.
:disrupt to tlefc.~l this measure,
report on federation activities.
problem inadequate labor repre- compulsory arbilration
law also In........................
Trade u,ic,,~s ,s nr~anizati.n.~
partlcu’.arly
memlser:~htp and leslsCorpenters
Acquire
and
overrepresentatJon
’,,alidates"
.
tiw
.Ne~’
./ers[
v.. law.s(’.sentat’u
tt
t
:rod |fade ul]Jon[.~ls :ts individual.,;
There wJ]l in, a r/lport on pl"esh
t eording . to ’Sate (’IO P, "csdonl
of
|ndustry
hcit
)
expia
i
n
why
t
e
have bce. v.’a~iog a hmg, hard en~ ]t.gtsh’,th)n in T|’el’~h:,r,
New
Heodquofters
b~."
¯
lto.lerman
straggle far passage .f the heallh Thonr:s L. I’arsnnnet nf Newark.
AFI, Carps¯lira
Local 1006 councils report completely reflects. Carl
the
propagstnda
and
vested
inter’"]’he
ground,~ ei:cd by ihe court
moved
yesterday
iotn
new
headh.dcration legislative (’ounsei,
illsnranee bill.
esls of inguraoce companies which ~for its aciion--that the law con.
The e*~mpanies, lhe (’hamher~oF
AbrahamSilver~lein¯ ptthlie re- quarters n174 Carroll PI.
with lhe Natiolto] [,abor
’1 k ; v e a financial stake io keeping flirted
William }l. l)unhnm, btls[n(,.,;.~
¢’ommerce
.rod o:he.’~ :~honl(I re(’oL~- lalinn d]re(’tor, wi]i also rt.por’.
Relations
Act . . . applies directly
.ize Ih .l the thing that irnluees soThere alan will bc mecUngs el a~rnt, said the new lee¯finn has. TDI benefits low." the C[O con- to the NewJersey anti-strike
act,"
rialism and c’nmnm,ism is a law /he frderalinn’s Icgi.~lative. public three rooms. As s rcsLdt, the prob- ’ tended
Holderman
said.
’[’he
NLBA
guarheodquarter~
bus’Chamber,,~.
~,,~=o,.Estimates,,~C°sts~,~.,,~
~tand.wtl oF living,
relali,n.~, edo~"atlonal and gover.- gemnf cramped
right h
. . a’ ¯¯tees- nil workers" th(
~ N ........
~ ¯.-.,,P.~a--~
t~n...
These ideologies thrive in bad m,nf ageneie.~ (’omnzittees.
heeu elimioated, he said.
-~
strike ¯
pay
$1z.:~00000
m
additional
...............
uncm¯
times. It would be in the interA hi.cht.nn wilJ be fo]h)wed I)y a : ....
I- )1|))’
;.- ~1, L.................
i., ,,,=
I The.~lale
(’i(’~ h’ad :d~n attnvk,’d
"
v.~ceculi,.’e
meetin~ nf llw ClO
eui|l]J[_’l
~| Uli
[I LIIC
IJ~est of management as well as jni.t
a
,~,0,nre were to pass le, islation i bi i’. *’-hw’l
’abor to keep our standard of
,epublicanJ~
ho:trd .rod cnunt’i] aod a sLmon:tr¯
"
-"
’hv el
¯ Cape May
to
SCUSS
to ] Slate St..iHttHr "~e
t aheco
raising
maximum UC benefits
living high.
izcd report From all commit!ass.
"p(rmit;.h:g
as high as $’~J per n*eek, arecrdh-~
buys to work after ctark
F~vCt’ytme
(ioe~tt’! h;t’,’t, tl~ agree
The "~slnt’v Park meeting is itt
~[~
i
P i ces0 ,, to Ihe State Chanlber of (,an:. r’.....
I it] boarclwalk cnncesslons and other
polio’ St W bill Z
with all or lab,,r’..~ prop(,,a]~. UuL ihw with fhe m,,v rnfative
t! is eve’,v ~tle’s z’e~p~,n.~I)ility t~ uf the tederatsou to hold its hoard
M ch 3 4 I Opposing
the le~i~h:ti!,,;,
the iobs.
"
! Chamb:.rsaid: "flu e.m~id-:.,P.,tion of
insist that lahnr be ~Zivea an op- meeliug,~ in various parts of the
SlabJliring
priues alld wages and hrmth increases shuuld be made 7EDERATION TO MEET
po h nl v it) preserd their views .~tate. joiotly wt’h AF], |coders in
m~;biHzillg
manp(;,.ver
~’ill b~. ’be Imlil N,’w .Icrse~,’s antiquated UC The New Bruuswiek Trades and
-n a]l sLIbje(’ts¯ at al] limes.
[h(, varinusdil.~trJt¯t,~.
theme .r :l e:.,L r:’:,¯e .( ~tat,, C,t). law has been replaced wllh a mad- Labor Federation will huid a gen, :,,,,,¯
,l ,t ~,.,.s March 3 atul4 lern. rMcient system o, admtnis;ra-erai membershipmeeting March
?extile
W-orkers
Co
tHb
l’ne eitief speaker. Hcrtram ! tion."
]3 ~t 295 Buroct St.
¯ ¯
¯
--*s
i~
l
........
s
¯ ~
(;rt,s.,,.
exeeu!iw’ direct,.; or the
Di
ng r
oges or
n
T o Inranr.e raralys,s
h’
ute$90!
.ampalgn
IVt’, ,,
<.,,,,e,l
,is T,e
. ,, ,,_,__ .._L f0r-Plumbers
.....
z3 ..enr ro K(llSe )ei"
’
: e < ¢’k for $,101.51
i~ ]u.Jn~ st,ill
,’ Y
h;l(h’r<hll) el Shop ( haii’ntaH ,John :At ".’t ".~.
1, the "q.~tinnai Found¯tiros (.r i~- Z;,~’at.k,’. attd Shopt’hairman Alice ¯emir Outlt.ok.’ . ".~" -’. ’"
A 25-ecnt increase In hourly
/ant[i., Paralysis h¯day as a rcsuif f.’rehim [urned Ill $]7.60 from mcm- A forum on nl.lnpower tllo[,illZawages" for phlmbers and steamlion will be t.ondueted I) 3" F:. L. I fitte’s wi; szn in o effecl in lhts
,,F tile at.nnal .~lar(’h t)l" I)iott,.~ dr}re hz,l’~ a[ Nappe~olitlt M[g. C’O.
,ff l,(~(" s G’|D ;itl(I |~:~ of the Tea- * I’lanl SlewardArt lloceltetta altt] Kt’e~ t. ( ep I 3’ dirt.ctnr of Ihe I’ed- ! .........
L, It ,,,.,as
revealed Sun-I
tile W,)I k(’r, [’Hioo of Anl¢.ric;tA~ist;inl AI Honosnr. headed the eral Bnrcan el Elnplnyment Serur- sirestdayApril
at
the
quarterly
meeting o_
CiO.
campai/.In fro’ I,ura[ 6:;0. assisted by ity: Russell .J. Ehlri(;gc, superinS’e~aJ’ds io ],~(’al 63o c(.lle(’h’d
telldent el Ihe State Divi~inn el the Sta’e Association of Phtmbcrs.
;lit, >h.wardsin :;I] depsr~mertfs,
$762.06 HF Ibis anlounl fr’onl mere(’(~ih.clion~
were: Mechanical. Enlp/oyment Seeurliy. and Kather- held at the Elks Chlb.
z~ers ;.I .h)],nson &./,Jtzt-~.n. whih, .,~. 1.50: Hai)yI’rnduels. $74.30: Band- Ins E]lickson. (’iO a:;sncJa(e direrThe wage boost woohl iu’in~: the
I,oeaf (~I2"s drive rtetft, fl SI3945. - ’~i(I. $73: El~tJt’ (;,m(l~. $’/0: C’hi(.- (or n[ research,
hourly rat~ to $,3.
l,oeal 682"s drive ~:t.: emnduett.d opec. $57.85: Shii)l)ing
Ben Kaplan. of the Federal OfCenler.
The association r~’e]eeted Patrick
.~cp.~r:He]y in the (me" plaot-: which S,tS.10; Haoclage attd Gauze, $t3,75: lies of Price Stabilization. and St¯nF.
Doyle el New Brunswick as
make:q) t]taL lucal.
Plaster of Paris. $43: Cotton Fin, i lay I{uttenberg. C’IO director o|
president,
The delegates were welWorkers in National Mo.,,ical
i,~hing. $33.91: Paper Mill. $32+50. i research and education, will lead
String Co. contributed $50.50 to; Also. Tenterlog. $23.50: Internal e paoel on price stabilization,
corned by City Commissioner HerFinancial Secretary Roso DIPane. ’Transportation,
$23.75; Medlcsted i Wage stabilization
will be dLs- bert D, Datley. who Is assoclatlnn
while Shop Chairmen Sol Maresea’Plaster.
$19: Spool Room. $18.25; ,cussed by Solomon Barkln, re
from New Brunswick
and ,Ins Rzueek cagier’ted $36 from Cotton Tip. $17; First Aid, $14.50; search director
of the TexHh delegate
loeai.
\lgro Knlttin~ (’a. members,
qecetvlng Department. $14.15; Sol" Workers Uolon. and~..ilomas h
Doyle la bus|ness m:.nager of tl~e
Middlesex Fabric Print Works ,age. STY.80: MIll Room, $13.20; land of the Office o~ ~/Vstge Stabil,
local
unit,
alcmbcr~ ~a;,. $3535 under the Dental Floss, $9; and Suture, ~ zation
:-
" ~ ....
.~
I~AIRtI~K
F. DOYLE
"tl~’~ "T ..........
F~iday,March2, 1951
THE RECOR~
:
PageThirteen
¯
l
ANORDINANCE
ENA--No
The,.wprohlhl*,
oE
,., Chap’.l.
nS
ADOPTION
NOTIC" A.END
"Spiritual
Aopeets of Family Take notice that an, ordinance
en- TITLED ’AN ORDINANCEFIX- loans bolus made on property
PhysiO IogyOf SeX nathy,April
ANORDIN*.CE
TOING
THE
SALARIES
OFTHE
where
theso,ling
price,, hlsher
AdjustmentTopic LI.Other events, on the YMCAcal-titled
AMENDAN ORDINANCEEN- TOWI~;SHIP CLERK, ASSESSOR, than the VA #ppralsai.
over TITLED "AN ORDINANCEFIX- COLLECTORAND TREASURERQ--White In service during peaceING THE SALARIES, WAGE~!OF THE TOWNSHIP OF FRANK- time, [ was disabled
as a result
of
"The PhysloloLv of Sex Adjust- Friday, 7:46, Bible Study Group; ANDCOMPENSATION
OF THE LIN’.’" was introduced at a regu, l.ar an aircraft
accident.
At the tim*
RECORDER,CUSTODIAN,ROADmeeting of the Township Commit- ot the accident.
1 was on duty ea
menS" will be diseuued by Dr. 7, Friday Nltars; 9, television.
Saturday, 7:30. youth dance.
FOREMAN,WELFAREWORKER,tee of the Township of Franklin a flight
engineer on the plane that
Robert Laldler at a meeting of the
Sunday, 3 p. m., Bible Class: 3:15 DOGWARDEN,
CLERKSANDon January 25, 1951, and was finally crashed. If I am awarded dtnbfllty
YMCAcourse In marriage edues- Youth Choir; 5-9, vespers.
OTHEREMPLOYEESOF THE passed at a meeting held February compensation
by VA, wlll the pay
- ti~n Thursday at 8 p, m., at the Y.
Dr. G. Hale Bucber will speak TOWNSIIIP OF FRANKLIN" was 22. 1951.
Topics and speakers st remainFILED L. BAS’COM. be at warltmc or peacetime rates’:
ing sessions of the course will be; °n "The Cross in Human Expert- introduced at a regulJr meeting
A--The answer Io this question
enee" at Lenten vespers March of the Township Committee el the i R-3 2
Clerk
as follows:
depends
upon the conditions under
Pelz II. A general management forum Township of Franklin on Januar~
March 15, Dr. William
the
"Psyehologlcal
Factors in Mar-will be held March I, from 2:30 25. 195I, and was finally passet~ at:
time. Wartime rates apply to all
to
10
at
the
Roger
Smith.
;a
meeting
held
February
22,
1951.
riage."
VET
FRED I,. BASCOM,
service-cmmected disabilities
reMarch 22, Dr. Sophie Kleegman.
Clerk
Q--I
saw
a house I’d like to buy solting from conditions simulating
R-32
"The Father’s
Role in Pregnancy Twenty-four dependents
of de
i with a GI loan. but the selling price war or extra hazardous conditions.
and Children."
ceased Mexican War veterans were,Is a good deal higher than VA’s Peacetime rates if these conditions
ADOPTION NOTICE
April 5. Dr. Luther Woodward. on V-A’s rolls st the end of 1950. ! Take notice that an ordinance en- appraisal of reasonahle value. Will are not met.
"Creative Family Living."
The Mexican War ended in 1848.
’. Iitled
"AN ORDINANCE
TO I I be able to get a Glloao anyhow’:
In
YMCA
C ourN
endar include
weekend:
the
the following
whloh
*n.were
erv*u,
at
NEWS
IJIOU
WHEN
¯
SHOP AT HOME !!
FOR
BIGMONEYSAVING
BUYS...SUPE
R SERVICE!
SEEORCALLTHESE
MERCHANTS
¯ CHILDREN’S WEAR ¯ FOOD MARKET
¯ APPAREL
..
¯_LIQUOR
ALBERT
O. BESSENYEI
PonyRing Kiddie Shop
Edith’sSpecialtyShop
¯ SIGNS
REPASY
ARTS
WINES AND LIQUORS
VOORHEES
MARKET
CHILDREN’S WEAR
The Stere of Greater Values
Liquors - Wines - Beer - Sods
~SIGNS~
Layettes Assembled
Carrying a Full Line of
Factory Close-Gate Job Lots
WeCarry All Popular Brands
t’RUCKS LETTERED
CHOICE MEATS
Dresses,
Skirts,
Blouses,
Swvators,
FINE LINGERllLHOSIERY
FREE DELIVERY
Wsfl
Signs,
Pictorisls, "Banners,
Hosiery, Shirts, HeadwearGift
Groceries
Frozen Foods 586 Hsmilton SL
Kilmer 5-6453
amid.GUlES-SWEATERSSKIRTS
" She-Cards
Items,
Toys,
Books.
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
V* Join Our Merchandise Club
Custom M~ Outdor Signs
82 French SL,
New Brunsw|c k ; SO0 Hamilton St., NewBrunswick
"
Free Dolivery
¯
Mason
Contractor
Box
$5
(Franklin Park, N, J.
Kilmor S-0193
Msrket St,
East Millstone
¯ AutoElectrician
Kaut=Electric Service
Specisflzing in
Ignition Work, Generator Service,
Carburstor Service,
Home Radio Repairs
95 Centrsl Ave, New Brunswick
PhoneN, B. 2.4607
.....
.. -....,-
m
...--...
Au.u RRrA,K>
E.Millstone
84097
¯ Contractor-Builder
STEVE SLIWKA
GENERAL. CONTRACTING
Mason Contractor
Home Builder
q" P’ D. 3, Box 206
Hamffton Road, New Brunswlc k
Phone N, B, 2.8274W
Contractor
and
Builder
~.very IJ|ys ........
a bales I~ay lie r ¯
Homes @ Stores
~,,,i~,.v,,~Lue
Also General Trucking .
avn[:vrq
~
Francis
SL
R F D. No. 3
_
FRANKLIN
SUPER
MARKET
~ k41 lelAq I,LI4~alPBI
|rYl~lkJ
Franklin Township
i rq.~|s~v~slv,.q
PhoneN. B. 2-10iT0
. 50 Hamilton St, New Brunswick ~/vltl;llq.
"
I ~~
,
~ CHAS.
J.
MANbrlNO
--MUSIC CENTER-CORSETIER:E
a i:lJI’[
nil
I
le
Phone
N.B.2-2124R2
DAN ROMANO
--LOW PRICES--
"
¯
[
¯
"
STOVES
-
STOVE &
APPLIANCE CO.
~st. 1917
"
MonogramUomblnetion StovaSt
Tapper Gas Ranges
Westinghouse Appliances
Youngstown Kitchens
85 Fren;hon:t~/" :.e~. Brunswick
RICH
ICofertM~:icTeachers
_ I lnstructloSnCh;;
I:
JOHN’S
GA~I~G
....... I
[1~~[ ~e ll-llgure .m P~ll¶lOlYSlS
I Repsir Work - Complete Overhsuls
eee^ "--I-r
[Let
me
show
you
how
muc~t
better
X.
ee.aflyoi
~,f
Son
I
75 FRENCH STREET
General ;:infringe
; Acetylene
yuo can look and feel n a Spencer ] FUEL OILS
.....
.
......
KEROSENE
[
New
Brunswick, N. J,
ik ~rc Welaing uraKos a SPOOalWSupport ~ Individually Designed
Phone
Charter 7-1464
Oil
Burners
Installed
[
¯ UPHOLSTERY
...............
r"--. ,..
a.u ,~nav
__
.For You
.a.. ..... rat,=
$86
Hsmilton
St.,
New
Brunswick
[~,
.uw
rm
CALL
MRS.
BETTY
SANDERS
.........
,ll~pmollt~er,us t.narg~
’~~-"
Phone Kdmor 5-64,3
8 a.m. to 9:H30aam; 9 to7 p,m. Dsil’~
¯ NEON SIt’N5
PhonMi~:~;el~NclJ30-R-I
FURNITURE
CHrtsr 7.0369-M
,,,
[
/~
¯
Ik
A-B-CNeonSignCo., Inc.I
"
~’r[ DECORAT,NO
co.
I
Joseph
S. Prankowskl.
Pres.-Tre,s.
’
¯
¯
’
Hamilton Serv,co Center ¯ DAIRYPRODUCTS ¯FUNERAL HOME
Repsirs, Lubrication, Washing,
QUACKENEOSS
SomersetFern1|
Doily
~Qusllty Dairy Products---
Polishing
Body, Fender Work and Painting
N. B, 2-9338
¯
Phone EaSt Millstone
AUTO
DZ~’r~,C
s~u.~sa,~"~
¯
m,
FUNERAL HOME
156 LivingstOn Avenue,
New Brunswick
Telephone Kil, 5-0008
Middlebush, N.J.
I
8-.32
,
L=SSOService Station
REPAIRS ~ OILS ~ GREASE
A Complete Line of
ATLASAccessories.
Hamilton and Cedar Grove Lnne
Middleb~h, N.J.
Phone
E.Millstone.
e.eeso
¯ , BEAUTYPARLOR
I
]
K’KAUbZ,~K’~ i~AIKT
Establishsd 1910
Our milk delivered in new spacesaving square bottles with alumiRumcaps,
70-;~e Guilder St, NewBrunswick
[*
¯ FURNITURE
,~,
Vat"" the
"FrenchSL"Schwartz.
. .
Schwartz Furniture
Co.
79 French Street
New Brunswick
PhoneKilmer 5~o385
Kllmer
S-104S
DM~’YI"~t~’.OAI~i41:R~
....
’ Mo’ox
U holstery Co.
I Upholstery
.
.
P - i SICovers
IGeneral
p
¯--,.....-~.~.,~.~
rh. B--..*w,ckStud,o
..~
!
Sofa Seat Bottoms Rebuilt In
~. mt~rt~vv~o, ,-,~.
Your Home
PHOTOGRAPHER
.
s
ac,zl
Method
Springs Cannot Sag
P
Family Groups- Weddings&;;,~
FREE
ESTIMATES
Children Our Spocizlty
St, New Brunswick
N, B. 2-8478 146 Neilson
4 Scott St.
PhoneN. B, 2-2546
""
¯ POULTRYMARKET
,
Q FARMSUPPLIES
CustOmuPHOLSTERINGBuilt
Furniture
Wall Signs Slip Covers, Draperies, Bedspreads
Truck Lettering
NewBrunswick 2-10g0
New Brunswick
135 Nallson St,
t~2
Esston
Ave,, NewBrunswlok
PhoneN," B, 2-8820
.
I
SERVICE
...............
NeonSigns...Neon
Servicelnteri°rLightingj
am
¯ HARDWARE-PAINTS FRANKLINPOULTRY~r
PRODUCEMARKET
F.C.A.
Fresh Killed Cut-up Poultry
Killed, Cleaned While U Wait
All Poultry Killed on Premises.
[Free Parking
Free Delivery
[ 621 Somerset St. NewBrunswick
PhoneN. B. 2.10044
,
"
*
Millstone
Hardware
Co.
PAINTS
HARDWARE
HOUSMEWA:nE:
JAY’S
BEAUTY SHOP FEED -- SEED -FERTILIZERS
Free Delivery
JOSEPHINE MORBIT
Specleliain9 in Permanent Waving[ Lincoln H.ighway and. HowLane
HAIR STLYIST - HAIR DYEING ~ _. NeW
.~.r,I~,ttmer
nswlc~_.
Pnone
9-2a/g
By Appointment Only
[
N.B.
2-2916
S
216 Somerset St,
""-- ~’.*
rnv,
m Millstone 8.84~
~
I
~
[
--
.O FLOORCOVERING 14)~INSURANCE
le PRINTING
.
CHRISTI’EPRESS
KAY’S
[ RAI.PH Wo THOMSON
BrunswickBake Service ..................
~--I
I
to a NewSPOP
"From.
Card err
r,.~-.~
~.uv~,m~ =.t,,~:
Insurance Sorvlce
BRAKE SPECIALs=.
I
I
t
nDINTERS...
PATRONIZE
BRAKESERVICE
Linoleum~ *......
Window Shades
Ground
- Cylinders
Honed
vomman
amos
|
Brakes Bonded
10~ Walton St, New Brunswick I~ French St, New Brunswick
piano Klimer 5.81;28
PhonsN B. ~ -,~-_-,
Drums
¯ COAL--FUELOIL
,~o~
e,tt,r Hoar"
Phono N. Ik 2.1U$
~K~r~E’S
CE~’~J,
Floral
Fire - Automobile - Bonds - Theft ]
Liability - Property Damage ,
~ CompensaUon- Plate Gills
I|-I~
11 Front St, Middlebuah, N. J,
p~n,E. M.istone
~e04S
¯ FLORIST
RICHARDP. GROSSER
FLORIST
Deslgnk
Porenniol
Shrubs~
Cut
Flowers,
Pottmi
Plants
COAL - FUEL OIL CO.
Amwell
Road,
Mlddlebush,
N.J.
118¯ Jorsey Avo, New Brunsw~sk
Phone E. Millstone 2.4~7J
P~zo, New Brunswick
N..B. 2-3498
H i
ADVERTISERS
eliAS. S. WALLNER
INSURANCE
i
OUR
Peace St, New Brunswick
NE 2-3900
¯ ReatEttate--Insuronce
FREDL. BAS¢OM
S Railroad
r,~,=s
i
INSURANCE
REAl. ESTATE
6 Scott St., NewBrunswick
PhoneN, B, Z-239~
,
, ;
,.
THE RECORD
Pane Fo~rtee~
Friday, March2, 19’$1
P
__ji
CLASSIFIED
Novice Reporters Take ]’urns °"
... AsJurors
in DistrictCourt
_."°°’°"...
*"’."°°"
._.’"soD..
.w
"""" *’"
This elm|Iliad
|action
spears in tits
limitation, and it’s workedout Ane.
They’ve been very good Jurors
throughthe years, In fact, the only
SPOKESMAN,
MIDDLESEX
j beentoo good,"
¯ truescMy. Minimumrate $0 cents for 20 wordk, three cents for eKh
There are varied explamttions Zor
itdditionel word.
One morning In 1936 several atu- mends it highly for eommunltie, their extr*me ears in bearing a
Extra charge of five cents mr Immrtlen I| made if clusiflN ig to dealt In the Junior new, reporting fortunate enough to have newabe MIIN.
i ealue. Plot. Ede recall, one oeculon
cite, at the Rutgers School of:paper schools.
.on which the all-student july deJournalism
found
themselves
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FOR SALE
I " ACCOUNTING SERVICE
Iiiberated a ease until nearly sunVlgRY I~d reconditioned
refrig.
JlNCOMEtax return prepared. As. moved out of the speetalors"
seats. "YEARSAGOI would observe Idown. It was later revealed that a
¢~ orators.
Guaranteed att.~dardi
counting service for small and tn Judge George Morrison’s Dis- .Rutgers students sitting
in my court :Journalism
examination had beel~
Reasonable
lake. Rice and Co., 201 Neilsen’large
firms.
rate& trkt Court In New Brunswick, aud,room taking antes, and 1 noticed;scheduled
for that afternoon, and
sworn ia as Jurors.
iSt., NewBrunswick, NB2-122’/.
Ch 7-~9~.
"ha*’ Interested they were In what’ by arguing the merits of the case
That was the beginning o/ a tupk place. From time to time we’d i behind closed Juryromn doors, the
EXCAVATING--Bulldozer, load. IN~?-OME TAX returns
prepared.
unique learn-by-doing
program grab Due or two of the students ~journalist~
had successfully
beaten
or, trucking,
top soil, backfill,
Monthly audits and statements
which Prof. ltubert Ede’s report- ] to fill the Jury panel when we were ~,thelr own "rap."
#and, cinders, gravel. Nick Pis¢l. rendered. Systems installed.
Rea- ing classes have been carr)’lng
on :short, and lu 1946 we began call- i Student reporters "cover" all
tellt, $ Canal St., Sayreville. 5. R. so.able rates. Phone South River regularly for the past five years.lng the School of Journalism for leounty courts, and these assign6-2939-R1,
$-2354.
to the mutual benefit of the era-Ifuil
panels," Judge Morrison i’e- ments give them enough knowledge
YOUNGMANWANTED--Must be FOR SALE -- Lot, 80 x 100 ft,,
bryo Journalists
and the cause of called,
i of legal procedure to enable them
corner Appleby and Sunset St.; justice ill Middlesex County.
:
"The
reason
I
like
to
have
stu-;to
Imeebenteally inclined,
eager for Lot, 80 x 148, ft., on Sunset St. Dr, Frederic E. Merwln, director dents serve on Juries is that they Juryacquit
box. themselves well tn the
steady Job and good trade; must Call John MatieJunas, Applcby and of the School of Juurnallsm, says :do such a fine job, I dont know
. . . .
bare auto license; youth who caD iSutmet St.
that as far as he knows such aa Ithat lye ever had any better, more
Izavdle to~,ls, make himself handy ;.
arrangement does uot exist in auy serious Jurors than the Rutgers i RFCENVI.Y in an all-student
:n large plant as utility
man. Write [FOR SALE--Man’s bicycle. 26 inch. other jouraalism school in the kids.’ Judge Morrlson added.
!Jury and
case three
involving
three automoIt country. Judge Morrison recom-’ Prof. Ede has made it a practice biles
attorneys--all
oi
full details about yourself to Box [ Call S. R. 6-1726W.
¯ 349, New Brunswick.
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-- ~ for many years to send his students iwhom appeared a bit skeptical
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SALESMAN--Real
opportunity
for
SEWING INSTRUCTRESS WANT- someone
looking
to make real
Back Bill
ED--Good salary, vaca!ion with !money, Selling subscriptions and
Bar
" log!t°IocalthelrcourtSreportorialas
observerStraining.asTheypart
:aboutthe apparentyouthof the
..
’
’
are required to sit through a morn- !Jury members--Judge Morrlson assilts.pay’
hospltalizatiOnApply
Mr.Royle,andsinger°ther
Sew-hen’~:MusthandlmghaveCirculati°n’car.
CallFull’timeMr.
GlaserJ°b’
i.g.s docket and then submit a ’ sured the lawyers that s!udeut pauproceedingsas
on
never
:a class assignment,
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’ considered all erroneous decision.
A’CREAGEWANTED
to rent" [WANTED
Comlnanders¢;f
veteran organlzaTile , small, Jury ....fee of 75 cents I, While the jury deliberated,
the
-- ; ~forGeneral
3 says hou~e~.vorker[
ea(n
week ¯ball alter
t. to obtain busi-I
..
tlons
are
hned
up
solidi)’
behind;mak~
is
difflcul,
for
potatoes
corn
or
=
Suitable
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[Assembly Bill 11. which prohibits : nessmea or womenfor jury duty. ’Judge told the three barristers what
tombtoes. James McCaffery, Eng-;
t._,~
._.~l(mph,vment
di’~crimination against iand Judge Morrison felt that al- his own opinion would be had he
tv~nits.v~’~
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to been asked to decide the ease,
¯ 145 Prospect
,
[
garagt.
St.. South these hable for nuittar) .serv,ee .
i
Matawan 1-2042-W
And. several minutes later when
serve
The
consensus
among
the
of-t
on
the
panels
gave
them
an
River S.R 0763-J
the
student foreman reported for
BERNARD JONES
fleers,
however, was that
there !opportunity to gain valuable cape- his panel just as the Judge h~d
Service Man on
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very little
d!scrimination rience
and the court the benefit of ,called it, the three lawyers were
Electrical Ranges, Water Heaters, FORSALE--Easy spindrier washer has c beenthese
. intelligent Jurors.
.
" ground.s . ’1 he r exper
{’f late model, excellent condition. [
and Small Appliances,
[treated to the rare spectacle of a
it genes iodicated that area plants
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beaming judge saying. "See wha~
tFormerly with J. C. P. & L, Co.) reasonable. N. B. 2-1~13.
t
are hiring men liable for military
THE FIRST STUDENTS called-I
mean?"
service,
23 Johnson Ave.
Matawan, N. J. ..........
to serve were taken by surprise,
~ In one case the students were
Enactment of the measure will and he attorneys on that morning outnumbered on the panel nine to
OLDSMOBILE"SER-IES-’"981"-I’~
sconce
make NewJersey the first state in ill 1936 were astounded to find some three, but sueceeded in swaying
model. 4-door sedan. 20,000 mi.,
the nation to provide protection of of the Jurors sitting with pads and the nine "civlliar:’
Jurors to their
excellent eomlition, orighml owner.
dit
this
kind.
pencils,
noting
every
bit
of
testtattitude,
and
Judge
Morrisun aphydramatie, radio, heater, grey,
mo,Lv--a
rare
courtroom
sight,
proved
their
decision
,,t
the end of
The
bill.
no,pending,
we.aid
,eat covers, $1.500. Call Linden 2Red
Cross
make
it
all
unlawful
employment
"There
is
all
age
requirement
of
the
trial.
e974-R,
tf,
"We have nothing to hide in Red practice to discriminate in employ- ;21 years for jurors in this state," ’, Jersey Justice and Jersey JourHELP WANTED-- Female Opel- (’ross
finances,"
Miss Virginia
meat, or in the terms, conditions orlJudge Morrisoo explained. "but we nalism are both belwflthtg from
ators being interelewed for pro4- Ih,acher-Smtth told some 120 vol- privileges of employment agains! hit on the practice of getting both Ru’gers student Jury program.
eat and future hlrin’g.
Day and unteer workers of the New Brans. any person because of his liability I
night shifts.
General Fuse Com- wk.k (’hapter at the annual fund- for service in the armed forces. III I
Pany, Robert St.. South Rh’er.
iroisiz,g dinner Wedlest ~ y night in l)iscu.~sing the bill. Cmdr. Morhi dressmaking the First Baptist ¢’hureh.
a,a tailoring
for itome use. Fx- The .speaker. who is Easternlth,,
Bes,’rv,,
Officers .Association.
N.B.
2-9338
636 Hamilton
Street
Afterlloon
Mates l’und eon~ultant for ghelsald he had reeeived rep. rh that
perienced
teaeher.
ALL
KINDS
OF
MECHAIqrCAL
REPAIRS
classes from l to 4: evenings. 7 to American Red Cross challenged i New Jersey employers have reMotors Rebuilt ... Motors Exchanged. . . Brake Work . . .
9:30 p. m. Moderate rates. New what she called mJaeoneeptlons fu~ed employment to numerous reComplete Front End Work . . . Expert Carburetor Work
se~’ists.
Brunswick School of Fashion, 143 ahmlt RL’d (’ross expenditures,
We are Completely Equipped to Expertly Service and Repair
; ’"riwre is no big overhead, no Being thus "pena zed for their
Albany St.. Kilmer 5-4075.
All Makesof Automobiles.
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hi~ bureauera.tie
organization.
Mis~’ patriotism"
couhl have a serious
Towing Service Available -- Body Work and Painting
~lb
ATTEN’I’I()NII().’,lF. t)W’,LI{.;-- Ih, acher-Sntith ~aid
lem, t.t on the morale OF servists,
Let merellPVPyou(,f ht. I’t.,I,OllXiA COMPLETELINE OF GULF ACCESSORIES. GAS, OIL,
()f the .W~4.000.000 toliected by Naught poiutt.d out.
bili~ies eozwt, rnt.d wilh making reTIRES, TUBES AND BATTERIES
I{t’,l
(’l’t)~’~ him year. 5.6 perce,t l
-pairsr,’]lOV;tlioh~O" il,,I|I"’V(’Zlt,’Z:|~
"F’.stJlua!es Cheerfully Given"
to your home. Work (iozle on ran- ’.:rift Ear ~,;flal’JP, slid t.xpense,~ and,Are YouPermanently Registered?
I
tract basis. Fr(,(, (,’,~iln;,ll..~. "tVt)l’k 1.,; I)eVct’nt ]mid tot the I’uHdriffs’]’he ;a’q day for Permanent Reg. ......
guaranteed. I. E. [,:,rsen. S. R. inf. sh|. ad(h’d.
aml Ch..nge OF Re~idence
It. I":mlkizt~ham. chairman istration
6-0(HJ4oW.~*
Ill,. 3-1 |t;lll,I,
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of |h(, 19.,1 appeal, said Nee.’ Nohee--March 8. 1951.
FORRI.’N’r~ |’aihli.;.,
.,uitahh, h,r |;rum.wick chaph’r’-, major job thi,~
O ce
permar~e,,tly r¢’~,stcred have until
rent. (.’all S|t li-24:;0"L
.’," r is to as-i,q %,rvicvmen*’hi],.’
9:1!0 p. m.. March 8. 1951. to do so."
~’()R SAI.I.: .1,t39 I’;.~mou|h 2-d..or h.v are in thi~ area.
The
dl’i’,’e
for
$73.359
as
the
They
irl~.v regi.,ter
either at the
sedan, g,,od (-(,z:dthr,,t. (’;tit
t|fflees
t [ Mulzicipal
Clerks ur *ith
ehaph,
r’s
quota
ill
the
naliona!
goat
the
Cou:ay
Board
of
E]et-t,ons.
6-1385.1t.
Srl,.swIck
oorge
a,
to
Discriminotion
runswle
U
"Mi
lag o inst Reserves oe.sstory the
’elshad
rendered
*"fat
he
ptions’
’Of Expe.
ures
By
Hit
/ S-’RUCTI0N
Iga,l . augh,.s, ,c ,res,de.t o, HAMILTON
SERVICE
CENTER
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.,.,,
, lJlli["l(d
.o,er.,.o,,re,,,,,ye, N ti to V oters in Milit Dry Service
/
Hospitals
or Patie nts in Vete rons
d Fr
’ ,,
,,ur..a.,
,o ondto Th
eir Relotives on
i end s
.,
u,,-,
I
ftlrrtished
house ,,ear
,,;,,th
Rtver. Wrih, Box 55. ,’o Spokesman, S(,u:h ltiver..Y..I.
3-1:
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LOCKS
~V.AN’I
r,Z)--Re,fl t’~tatt’ ".;i]t’M)lalh
Must be familiar *.i|l, :-:..,tH’t
.River ami sur,’ou,,dm~J area. I-:xt:ellent
opporhlnil.v [t)l’ otis ~illittt2
to Wul’k.I"xl)el’iezw,’ ,lot v(" "’.~ ,rx"
MUst have ear.
.All,air :\~t~m-v.
Metut.]wu. Ttq.
3:11 Lake Ave..
the Fleetion
Law musl have lhe.
(’o;lsli’ulio~lal ;Ig~ qualJfiealior~, tn
wit. being of the .,ge of I,vt.ty-me’
t~:
If you are in the Milita~ Service or a patient in
a Veterans"Hospital and you desire to vote in
the PRIMARYELECTIONto be held on April
17, 1951, NOTIFY
YOUR
COUNTY
CLERK
y,.,,,-~,,t ~h,.,i,,,ehe,,t,e,,,|,,~
to
v,:l:, in any elcel:on.
Repaired
Whem.ver a rt’gi~tered
v,ter;
Installed
REL|ABLI= ..hall cl,a,,~e his or her namedue
LOCK & GUN It) 1,1(trziil~(,,
divurec, ur by decree
SHOP
t|f (’our’. the rt.gl,trant shall bu re44 Dennis St. qtlircd 1o I’v-l’egi:,h,r.
New Brunsw’k
It you have recently moved, ’be
Me|uehe.
e-i~.~u.
IMMEDIATELY,
SERIAL
__
eaH ¯ ~INGER expert
$1WlNO CENTER
NUMBER~MILITARY
mechin,
need,
~ttma~
repair~
furnished
you ore o relotive or friend of such person
whomyou believe will desire to vote, you moy 4[[
make an application under oath to your County
Clerk, giving the facts stated above,ando Militory 5ervlee Bollot will be moiledto such relotive
or friend. Formfor ruskin9 this opplication will
be furnished upon request.
lit
ROBERTB. BERGEN,
County Clerk, SomersetCounty
CourtHouse,Somerville,N. J.
PhoneSo~nervilie 8-1075
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" NEW 8RUNSWJ¢:K
C,..*:t,., /-*,70
,
,
and
[[
Vrum Monday, March 5, through
Thursday. March 8, the office will
be open from 9:00 a. m, until 4:00
p.m., and from 7:00 p. m, untU
b:00 p.m.
when your
advance for you~ appmv-I
OEOROE ~TREET
~.~f.,~ "l~,ur’~:l.o,, T,!’ o p M
ADDRESS
OR
4.00 p. m., closingSaturdays
at
.oo..
enteed SINGER
repairs...
Written
NAME--AGE~
your
, m....,.-ure
t,, Ir~,,~..rU:".~,..,li,,~>’our HOMEADDRESS,
ond a Military Service Bollot
,.,,.e a.d.ew~,ld~e,~
t. ,.,’ ’_’~m- will be mailedto you.
Inl~-il;flt-r of |~{’~i~t ra| JOlt {.’our|
Ihdl-e. S:.mcrvflle. N. J.. or the
.’dunwtp;tf (’h, rk. on or before
i31arch 8, PJ31. Tr’.msfer cards are
[lurnishtal by M,mieil,al Clerks or
¯1
!at tile olIiceof theCounty
Board
I of Elet’huus.
"[he ul;iec of the CtluzCy Board
To be sureof warranted
of E|ections
h, the basement of the
{" llrL Jir:u~e iS ope,, weekdaysfor
r~gistra|lon
[~om~00a m...t,
$|NGI:R* parts and guar-
SINGER
slating
, .
.
,
Hearth dlsease strlkes people at
"~ ~ "’ " ~.:,~|1~
h’lek ~,~’
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THE RECORD
Frick:y, March2, 1951
PageFifteen
’Roughing
It CanBeFun"
Explorer
Tells LionsClub;r;."=::.;
A
Frank PenneH,Mrs. Fred Halley.
Mrs. Barb.,CunnlnghamSr,, Mrs,
the Pole.
Apart from sheer adventure,
D~nskin’s wo,’k in the sclcnhti,
field covored U, S. Arctic weather
work, terrestial
magnetism ubservati,:n for the Carnegie Institute°
--
.
,,oo,,.,
oo.d.,oo..h.o.,
r.o
T ,6,
Middlebush Reformed Church win 1
hold a turkey supper on M-~rch l
I0. Servings will be at 5, 6 and |
? p. m. A fancy goods sale will ’l
;ake place before end after the I
Supper.
iI
Mrs. Harold Wade.
has appointed the following corn- I
mittecs:
supper. Mrs. BedJamJn
Stanton, Mrs. Byron Slitter,
Mrs.
Voorhees
Gullrk,
Miss Viola
With ................
]l
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DINER
AVENUE
1
(Charles Smith, Prop ,I
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A
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Sayrevdle
Z~8 MecArthur Avenue
S.R.
6-1662
FOR
YOUR
ENTERTAINMENT--
EDDIE WALTER5
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oNd HIs
"~"
NAVA.JO RIDERS
Saturday
,. I T ROPi CAL
get
the Navy he taught a course entitled
"Survival, which is proof
enough of his ability as an outdoor
man.
He is currently engaged in =upervlsing .canoeingtrips to the
Hudsons Bay area. Only boys
from 12 to 15 years old who can
swim are eligible for these ~lps.
HIs talk for the Lion’s Club leatured his experiences ns a whaler
In the Arctic
and elsewhere.
the skill of a HermanMelville he
.u
D
WINES
& LIOUORS
33 MAIN ST, SOUTH RIVER
Free Parki’na i’t the Rear
Phone SR 60115
Prompt Free Delivery--
~’~A.ror..ol’e..~.
~.,,~,.a,a
~,.d~
o~p,or~,~o..
a.~,Turkey
Runner
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=" ! ~ I~I"
Danskln,
who believes
in
"smoothing it while roungi.g it:"
Plans Announced
.-- : ’
is a man who Call
aloilg under
"
"
L IIII
(Apricot Pench-CherryLoganberry)
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"
AMBOY
FRESH FRUIT WINE
James M. LyHch terrific
~t~rv
teller and public speaker. And iz~lnaginc, somemenart. conlc,v, with
just one carec, r.
"
CORNER JOHN STREET AND STI=VEN$
SOUTH AMBOY, N. J.
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~,o,
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.,~r..d,.,,,.
a.~,~
,. BERRYCUP’5
R A R I
~g
Th,,,d,y.
Mo,ch
By RUDY MARZANO
Danaktn also said that two great Rcservalions f~r the supper may
"Go north young man." was theimoder,,
il,duslrie,,
pert’umc mak-be obt:int.d
by callhlv Mi.~s HHda
cry heard at the Colonial Farms ing and candle maki,:g, arc, ab.~o- Ppnll(qL E. M. 8-3025. Tile tickets
Wednesday nighl as wurld-f.~.wos
lutcly dcpendcnl on tile whaling are pric(,d at $2 [m" achdL.~ altd $1~l
fur (.hihlr(,n under 12,
explorer
Bob Danskin told the in(lu~tr.¢ For the nlakitl~ of I|lt’il"
Lion’s Club of his experiences as products.
Ambergris
fr.,|’~l
wh.,les
.........
’l"
a world traveler.
[s Ih~ sub.~tflllCt, t|lal
i)rc’~ca[s oar.
I
L)anskin mu,;t be rt’Jalt’d to Jack fume irom uvaporatm~ (in c, xpo."
HAVE YOU TRIED
London, for if any man ever was tire to tile air ar=d para/lil: is one
that man. His experit, nres include lInakh~g candh, s.
whalhlg, three years in a pol:~r[ It seems the Lion’s, f.’Jub was
desert, exploring the Pohu’ Sea by treated to a speut’h I)y a nHHIWild
plane, three years as a Seabee. had not one career, I)ut many,
schooner sailing 600 mile from the Aside from being J Polar histoPole. and a talk with the Eskimo rian. ge(,grapher, and expert on
J
[~nO~[~
e,e,yFriday .
WESTERN ENTERTAINMENT AS YOU LIKE
~
I~ ¯ ~¯
’~w~ nI~ .~ r~.
mr m
Route $-2g---netween Sooth
River and New Brunswick
~.
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vrgan MelOOle$
Nightly Except Monday
IT!
I ........
FINE
r
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Jill.....
WJN
s
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[
prosldent.
=l
kv
"
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FRED LUCAS
~:I
Peni|
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Tonight and Every Friday
Saturdly and Sunday
THEL
RGAN
ods of, and the dangers In, catchIng whales. Altllough the general
public no Zoflger thinks of whaling
¯
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FRED LUCAS. Organ
as a large industry, It la still huge
Polish - Russian - Western I
and pro,table.
Popular
CORKEV,Accordtian, Vocal,
Oneof the mostinteresting facts
¯
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revealed by Dansktn during his
Chos.J.Monn,no
talk ia that whales are of two
411
MAIN ST,
SOUTH RIVER
|if
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kinds---with
and without teeth.
Across from Harrys Depl ¯St¯ 1 111 AI AIWOy$, PellCIOUI
"rh~.tr teeth are solid bone. unseg.
[
Food Served
Dady
mentedand covered with hair.
ACCORDION, oo,rA,
RECORDS
II!+
HI
lil~
,oo,~,~0.o,r,oou,,.r
I;I.
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II
SCHOOL
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from
S"p. m.toI a. m.
II
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DANCE
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FRI.& SAT.. MAR. 16-17
MON.. APRIL 11-12
VANJOHNSON
"GroundsFor Marriage"
BURT LANCASTER
ROBERT WALKER
--A°~--
AL KALLA
"Coliforn|a Pa.oge"
,; ’~;PhhneS" R" 61"0 ~6
With
Forrest.oc,er
S0u,n-,.
ORCHESTRA
it
Liberty
Ballroom
Last Times Today
_._WhiteheadAve.. South River
";"4 "~-~’J~,"~~ ~, ~’i~’~’i’~
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Friday and Saturday, Mar. 2-3
Sunday
-’"-
and MAnd,v. Mar. 4-5
N~t’.¢7#¢RO0¢O
~/4MP..¢#[’.¢
,.,.,,~o~
NEW
FUN NIT
OF/m~emGKg
"V,.,.*..,Tech
ER
Tuesday. Wednesday.Thursday,
March6, 7, 8
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;I~II~WAI~NrI~
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Friday, March2, 1951
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DIETRICH BORCHERDING
Dietrich Borcherding of-Lincoln
Highway was buried in Van Llew
Cemetery after funeral lervlcel In
H~rdlng Funeral Homeyesterday.
The Rev. Rufus Cornelsen
of
Emanuel Lutheran Church read the
funeral service,
Mr. Boreherding,
who was a
"- farmer, died in Middlesex General
Hospital, New Brunswick, after a
short illness. Twobrothers, a sifter
and several nieces survive.
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Mrs. Helen Rodkovich, who died
Sunday in Somerset Hosplta, Som*
ervllle, was buried yesterday in St.
Slephen’s Cemetery after funei’a]
Jervtees in St. Olga’s Russian Orthodox Church.
Mrs. Rodkovich is survived by
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EDWARD WELSH
Edward Welsh, of 19 Franklin
Blvd., was buried Monday in Cedar
Hill Cemetery, East Millstone, aft-
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neral Home with the Roy. Frank
+Langwltb and the Rev. David
]enks officiating.
Mr. Welh, husband of Margaret
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MRS. GENEVA CRAWFORD
Mrs. Geneva Crawford, of School
St,, was buried Wednesday In Van
Llew Cemetery after funeral servIces In Anderson Funeral Home
with the Roy. Jesse Lee officiating.
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her husband,McKinleyCrswford;
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and an
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MRS. OSA ANDERSEN HOLM
Mrs.Osa AndersenIfolm,wifeof
Dr. August
HolmofSaturday
CortelyouLa.,
died
early
morning.
Feb.
24, In Middlesex General Hospital,
New Brunswick, following a long
Illness.
Dr. Holm Is a chemist at
E. R. Squibb & Sons.
Other survivors
are a son,
J..’mcs, and a daughter, Anna
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Rcv. Rufus Cornelsen. pastor, last
Tuesday at 2 p. m. Interment was
private under the direction of the
Quackenboss Funeral Home. New
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