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Cartorr-t, New Jersey, Thursday, January 21, Mitt Bnlfrfrt i s 2nd Clut M»ll
At P O., Vittntt, N. 1. PRICE TEN CENTS
Cap Is New Carteret Firm
CARTKRKT - A major ex- if Hex Packaging, indicated and expanded research and paper products. The air-con-
pansion program h;is been thai the move "will enable us
,i\ (hat cupid launchnl hy thi> Ilex Packag-
design facilities will be in- ditioned factory is located just
Mir target to streamline our operatioas stalled in the new plant simul-
ing Company with its purchase hnd increase our productive taneously with the move, off the New Jersey Turnpike |
,timrnt and of extfi'isivi! new manufacture capacity by about 40';. so thnt on a railroad siding, and it has
thereby enabling Rex "to
an rver ing and warehousing facilities we can serve mure efficiently maintain our leadership in extensive receiving and load- CARTKRKT - The Borough
in CartpiTl and promptly the growing de- quality and to pioneer new de- Council last night, for the second
,mauls of our customers." A ing facilities. Rex currently me, vot«d down the appointment,
out a card ! The company will move its velopments in packaging." He employs about 140 people and
M showing a npcraliuns frum its present leading converter of paper, assured his customers that )f Francis Cap to fill the vacana
hwiR Island Citj locations hy foil • laminates, polyethylene "we will not miss a delivery Mr. Singer indicated that the n the Council left by Julius KoV-
.•iirlv haired (he end of January, without and cellophane packaging, Rex date in the move", and he in- plant expansion will result in acs. who resigned from the gdv-
mini' acalnst any interruption in production. :'-sarvices a wide variety of in- dicated that the company had an expansion of the working | rning body on New Year's Day.
The modern 75,1X10 sq. ft. Car^ dustries." The firm is a divi- been seeking larger quarters Mayor Andrew Banick, who b ^ _
teret plant and eight acres of sion of Standard International force as well. old members of the Republican
m t h e air. for the past year.
land wer« purchased from the Corporation. Rex Packagng became a )rganization on Friday night that
:,:i. he announ- Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp. The one-story Carteret plant division of Standard Interna-
•• \<>u r a n t « p -
:. tin beauty and
:. tnith. t h e mag-
Teen Agws Join Irving A. Singer. President
Mr. Singer stated that the
latest automated equipment
was constructed eight years
ago for the manufacture of
tional Corporation this past ||
would again recommend the
ippointment of Cap to the Coun-
il, stated to his coHeagues last
light that he was of a "firm con-
..: dtir relatlon-
.iiid inside, h e
Irv to itt t h e March of Dimes Drive Cafeteria Cost Nominees For Man Of The Year
iction that Cap did an excellent
ob for Carteret last year."
Cap had been appointed earlier
in 1964 to fill the unexpired of
, • •: i t .
i.iid, o n e of t h e
CAKTERET ~ Dennis Fitzger-
ald, chairman of the March ol
24, to collect funds for t h e March
of Dimes to be used .i« the fight
Claims Termed CARTERET - Sii finalists in the Carteret
Jaycees' Distinguished Service Award con-
BJornsen, 31, is a partner in Harry F. William Varga.
Burke and Co., Woodbridge. A winner of The two Democratic council"
Dimes nan announced the ap- against crippling birth defeats. test wtre announced today. All will be hon- several Jaycee awards, he is a member of men, Thomas Deverin and John
- • A design* now
;.iv in Cartfret
pointment of Miss Judy Leone, as
chairman of tlw Teen-Ager Com-
Thousands of children born each foolish Talk' ored at the 4th Annual DSA Dinner-Dance
Saturday night at the Columbian Club.
the local chapter. He also is a state chairman Hutnick voted no on the mayor's,
lor New Jersey Insurance agents' safety belt request. Councilman Charles Bo-
vuifips t h e nvood year are threatened with physical C A R T E H I T - Harold MaddowJ The finalist!) are Jay A. Bjormeii, 24 Pat- campaign. hanek, Republican, who had voted
mittee. Miss Kathy Clement is co- candidate in the School Board: rick St.; Raymond P. Bonkoski, 69 Pennsyl
•,".nc's day, 1965. chairman
disability or mental retardation He also is a part-time scout for the New in the negative against Cap at
:: i ti sentimental for life, and prompt, proper medi- election, ' today rebutted claims vania Ave.; Gerald M. Brown, 151 E. therry York Mets and active with the Carteret [he last regular meeting, then said
Adapting m the drive are: Miss- |made by candidates Gerald Can-: St.; Donald R. falinat of Uncroft; Walter Young Democrats, Knights of Columbus, Ca- he would "hold up his vote."
r whoti lovers ex- cal attention can prevent' such dito. Edward Falk arid Edward Gasisr. 32 Slim Ave. and Thomas J. l.awlor, tholic War Veterans, the Middlesex County Councilman Nicholas Del Vacchlo
e$: Unda Colicchio, Barbara Oroe,
- messages about Binatein. Barbani Kovacs, disability in many birth defect vic- Colgan th(t a cafeteria could be S6 Lincoln Ave. Safety Council, several Insurance Agents As- voted for the appointment, and
a itv, thr joy, t h e tims. The March of Dimes, thru built in C&rteret High School for Judges in the contest were The Rev. An- sociations and is an usher in St. Joseph's the other Republican, Councilman
McDonald, Christine Pod "from $2,000 to SlO.OOfl' . Maddow, drew Okal of Sacred Heart Church, repre-
Church. Charles Boncelet, the G O P
.'.! iwir romance, ki. Andrea De Vito. Deanne its network of medical care cen-
stated. "A<heer waste of taxpay- senting the clergy; Dr. John Fenirk, repre- Bonkoski, 30, is a member of the Carteret 'whip," abstained.
Mr Toth, t h e Jotunnesin Margaret Derogatls, ters throughout the "nation is of- ers' money tywild result from this senting professional men; and Joseph Weiss, Board of Education, Recently promoted man- It was after this that Bohanefe
if two young Christina Blown, t)lanne Decibus. fering sue!; treatment. T h e Mid foUy." -X representing the business community. ager of cup manufacturing at Marcal Paper then voted to pass.
MichtifiH' Hintak. Karen Hit-szko, dlesex County Chapter Ifl partici- "It must be realized that a eafe- The young men, all between the ages of 21 Mills, he formerly wag design supervisor'nt Then with IJie vote at two
pating in a grant to maintain ij, teria in tbe High School would and 15, were Judged M stgnilteance of com- the Hnason Paper Company in Carteret. against, two passes and one 'ytv
Worti Charter, Minna Santiago, munUy and prtfenional cottribtttoos and A part president in the Better Scbtols As- Deverin asked Borough Attorney
Ifarie Clifiit-ak and IVbor&r J*,if- such a treatment center aWJabie^ .Jj|tod«y ijeiequired to,feed 1300, diwrwlieatio, «f.efforts. The whan «l tbe
today sociation, Bontioskl largely responsible for the Seymour FeiilgoW if he wan" not
to a #ff £ eventually,
vvjfrk fcwfc. aU-a/^h c&l- :$£$ f Btad-; VSmg Man of the Year award will be pre-
i, "phis staff." Bt adoption of a summer remedial school. He right in the assumption that the
The Mothi!«. March m Carter tlrfn from Middlesex County are dow pointed' tot. "This feeding sented to one of the finalists Saturday at was chairman of the citizens committee two passed votes should go with
everyone's in- receiving care and treatment. would "have to be done in a very* the dinner-dance. which proposed a school expansion and has the no votes, and the attorney
relattwj and et will 1* held Sunday. January (Continued on Page 8) agreed with him. This then put
short period of time, und in a
rhitdreri and way that would meet all stand-, the tabulation at four voting"
ards of health and sanitation." ' against the appointment with one
ke "It In sur-
iaiii Mrs. Toth
Tidewater Oil Co. Case:
"To think that this could even
be started for the $2,000 to $10,000;
these gentlemen state is obvious-!!
Adult Courses Stork Getting Tired yes vote.
From a reliable source it was
learned that Stephen Trosko Jr.,
• so many new ly foolish". Maddow emphasized His Trips Slowed, But Pace of Carteret the Republican municipal for the chair-
for valentine Maddow manages a luncheonette;)
service', and in his thirteen years
Set To Start Marriages Continues on Upswing
man, was second in line
appointment if Cap failed to gain
• ChocJosh, own- Supreme Court Will Hear of experience'm this line of busi-
ness has personally supervised
construction of three such
Here March 2 CARTERET — Marriages in
this borough are continuing on
it. However, his name was not
mentioned at the meeting.
•':'• newstand at
CARTERET Piwnpted by thethe upswing, but the pace is lei-
large enrou ment
" fa h
fa dand the surely, according to Mrs.sta- AnnAndrew Kurutz, On a eommunicatioB from
PTA of the Washington-Nath
trds is "very
Arguments February 1. Icontinuing interest expressed in •tistics.
to be installed^ A wealth of equip, |Center and the Board Community ,Last year, Mrs. Gregor re- CARTERET — Andrew Kurt: after the last storm, the
the Carteret Jewish
Gregor, registrar of vital
Hale Schools complaining
sidewalks had not been
ment, sucn as dishwashers, steam tion will ejp-sponsor a spring sem- ported there were 160 mar- declared that the snow
»l every girl riages, only four more than dur- (Kurutz), of 155 High Street law should be put into effect:
'•'< buy a caid CAKl'CHET - The Tidewater j t the borougli about a possible
ntH he stated that its operations would, tables, ovens, stoves, refrigera- ester beginning March 2nd. ing 1963. Sunday at the Roosevelt Hospital Del Vacchio said he would
chiefly be east of the rail- tors, slicing machines, etc., are
- see "a big Oil Co ant ib* Borough of aurt I coiiferenceTnted for thatbut a road. The plant would include required to insure adequate ser- provide the physical plant, profes- years therefirst time in several Metuchen after a longand hadHr the matter over to the chief
As in the past, the Board will For the
has been a less of was born in Austria
l e n t go ti the Supreme Court con! vice", the candidate stated. He
the design. ia Trwiton Feb 1 for argu po^e never crj-stqliied. While a functional, modern office added, "Let us not forget also that sional assistance, and the a rush in the maternity wards. sided in Carteret for 55 yean The Carteret Jaycees in a tottefr
DWHI In cwMdion with the oil one member of the borough building, 21 steel storage tanks, silverware, china, glassware, pots ment needed for those courses fewer Births He was employed at the Citii to Council asked that they be al-
('arteret News- company* figW to uxatv hrrt council h»s come out openly ur- docking facilities, a pipe line, and pans etc. are all parts of a which otherwise could not be of- Mrs. Gregor noted that there Service Oil Refinery, Linden lowed to "make a living moniK
i> livery Co. Oral arjunwfiti will be pre- gini the jicceptancc ef,the Tide- truck garage, loading racks, and cafeteria, as, of course, are many fered. All classes will be held at were only 465 births in 1964,20 years as a panitor, having re ment of the small triangular park
water offer, there has teen no a parking area, all beautifully which is 14 leas than the figure tired in 1950. He was a parishior near the shopping center. "They.
~H Roosevelt sented by l*wis S J»col>!<on. official poll from the : others' landscaped.
>3 chairs and tables, so that the stu- the high school. er at the St. Elias Byzantine Ril
•anior number of the luw fimi
•i "brand new Of JM-otMon li Winter 1'erjh whether or not, they will go The, plant, according to Tide* dents might sit and eat comfort- Courses to be offered include for 1963. It costs a lot more now Catholic Church, Carteret and also requested that they be per-
ably." typing, stenography, dancing, first to have a baby, someone com- mitted to erect a sign stating
"f valentine Aroboy. in behalf of tike uil aJong. water will be in accordance aid, knitting, sewing, painting, mented. member of its Holy Name Societ something to Hie effect that "this .
11 "Certainly the idea of ever ob-
been put in. corawwy and former deputy HI If Carteret accepts Tide- with the highest safety'Stand- taining the above mentioned items slimastics, conversational Spanish The birth rate in Carteret went and the St, Eli^s Church Societ; is the Jaycees Park",and in re-
the §pbranya Society and
.drug - stores \attti general Benedict W. Har water, it would gain tax ratable*, ards of Ameripn Petroleum 1ft- and installing tbe utilities neces- 6nd contract bridge. W courses, up with the start of World War erioan Russian Carpatian the Am turn they would be charged with Citizei the responsibility of maintaining /.
'••tlentine cards rinctoo, special couavl for 1he in amount of (160,000 as ^gainst stitute and-the National 3oard sary for them at a price as low offered this semester include cake II and the stork set seveYal rec-
borough (101,000 now tacked to the Wil- tf^ire Underwriters, With dikes as $2iO0O is incredible"! Maddow decorating, slipcovers and drap- ords during succeeding years. Clb of Carteert. His wife, th lal the area. i
''• abundance of Mrs. Julia Butella Kurutz, di« The mayor said that the mattw .1
Conn* have upheld a borough liams pfroperty. It would regain, to contain and sub-divide the stated. "I do not'think l i e peoplee r i e s , refresner bookkeeping, Styles in names sfem—to December 21, 1943.
storage area and a company
council idling ordimuuf uhiili Mime ip.WO of thettM.OOOtax operated fire fighting system of Carteret want to eJtrust the small boat handljng, public speak- change just like styles in clothes, He is survived by three daugl should be turned over to the bar-
bans storiite tanks in the "H" reduction grant made to four employing both water and foam. running of their school system to ing and practical law for the lay but a few seem to remain fa- ters, Mrs. Julia Jacobs and Mr: ough attorney for study since he :
greet- Intustriul wnr Hen- is the lu Carteret industries by the Mid- believed it already may be deal-
anyone so naive about finances," man. All instructors are profes- vorites through the years.
sionals in their respective fields. A glance at the birth certify Mary Cero, both of Carteret an cated for some specific purpose. ...
1 ance U given The storage terminal will not' be emphasized.
calion of the 1 T WilUams (u dlesex County Board of Taxa-
^timLine'a Day. SB-acre tract, which fidewuter tion. manufacture or process prod- <!uesttoB of Space Registration will take I place at cate over the- past few years Mrs. Elizabeth Sentipol of Clifton Deverin then took the mayor ,
'• • life goes o n a s j propones to u * for an 8-miUmn
•" At tbe w e n t meeting uf the ucts and will emit no smoke and "Beyond all these costs, the the high school on February 16. shows that Mary and John an two sons, George Kurtz, of Ca: to task when he asked "when do •< '
y teret and John Kurtz of Coloni
dollar »tora<« facility
I'^jiie slip a n d ' dollar storage facility Industrial Commission. "• !>• no odors. AIJ products will move most significant factor of all has classes to start on March 2nd stilj among the first two in pop- eight grandchildren and oi we meet to study ttiese things."!-;:
The second installation of of-1
into the plant by either pipe line : ula "ity.
•'»' if'e or get sick Tidewater r"aoV its Davison, traffic manager for or tanker from Tidewater's Del- not n ven been mentioned, namely and lo run for 10 consecutive ', (arteret also recorded an in- great-granddaughter Leslie Vor ficei-s of the "Sons of the VFW,,
Tidewater said his firm would aware refinery and will mo ve- the uost of providing the space weeks. Tuition will again range crease in deaths, with 165 listed Polhemus of Detroit, Mich.
'"is are busy; tioti two years ago for a use per , contribute W5.M0 towards from $8.00 to $15.00 per course, Unit 2314 will be held in the post
mil. A tidf of opposition di1 ) for 1964, as compared with 156 Funeral services i rere held yei rooms and the Council members,h
' overdue a n d velopvd pn the part of borough construction of an industrial to other Tidewater terminals that could handle the feeding of plus :i small registration feel terday at 9 a.m. at' he Bizub Fur were asked to 'be present.
and customers by barge, tank- up 'to 1800 students," Maddow Flyers giving complete details in the previous year. :'
''"'suetstubbed official* und a Ktiinent of the road er, pipe line, railroad tank cars con tine ud. "A space so large awl will be distributed, in the near fu- eral Home, 54 Wheeler Avenui The Carteret First Aid Squad >r[
Ls and a Divine Liturgy was offeree Inc. presented its annual report;).
' " get community » i l l a t i o n . It was The p'inciput (objection,' to and a small percentnge by specialized as 'this would cost ture. For additional information,
contended by uxnt that die "I' Tidewater was thjit too many trucks.
Position wiu "political "
thousands and thousands of dot*one «)m contact Mrs. David;
oil trucks would use borough * Opposition to Tide'water has jars. And how do. these candi- Schwartz.
In IWMII wc*k». th* stjixl children attending Columbus been softening lwc;wse of>rc- dates propose to solve thU prob-
VFW Auxiliary at St, Elias Byzantine Rite Call to the Council indicating that dur-
oik Church at 9:30 a.m. with Rev ing 1964, the ambulances travelled i
Augustine Medvigy, pastor,
• ntiM of the a total of 18.699 miles, had an •-•£
Tvtewuter appearo! i« roads and provide a hazard to ports; thut Tidewater is negoti- lem of cafeteria space? S(mply by
weakened TI* newly on- School But Superior C o u r t ating with Koppcrs Products eliminating the girl's gymna- Wood Pressure Clinic
4 Ms'Veterans celebrant. Interment was in •average of four m«n on each ,'?
Gertrude Cemetery, Colonia. call, and donated a total of 3,532 j
">•'«• is time uted Carteret Industrial Com Judtie David 1) Furman who for the acquisition of its! sprawl- sium." i CARTERET - Mrs. Ann Cisaik The bearers were John Ko man hours. The members re- .)'•;>
"' » ' h senll- mission and at least one stronj,' ruled in favor of Tidewater in ing acreage located at Me Port "If they sit on the Board of To B» HPW Thursday Dresided at the regular meeting kustd; Nicholas Kunak; Micha1 sponded to 417 accidents, made "
1 Auxiliary to Mitroka; Joho Pavlinetz Si
loses are red, (oc i»f Tidewater stf nwd lo lake July IWtt noted; "The court is ReadinR-C.irleret boundary. If Education they will simply by u CARTERCT , The- Middlesex held by the Indies'2814 on Mon- Sersun Sr.; and Michael .; Jol 159 transports and coVered 7W :i
Star Landing Post Siroc
blue, sugar another look at the Tirtrwuler satisfied that congestion from the storage facility is located stroke of the>*pen turn the upside County He;«i t Association will day evening held at the nost man, Parastas services were he medical calls. . ,|
offer which would provide hand tank trucks servine ' ' "" there, Curteret would lose the cal Education program
" conduct 'i free clinic on blood rooms. >• During the year the services of 1 |
KOlnc U \ mliiblen plus i,-:tah > industries in the B zone was. tax rHtables in f:\v»r »f Wood- down. Perhaps they are unaware nresstires next Thursday. .Ian. 28 Miss Jean Lee, chairman uf theMonday and Tuesday at 8:00 p.m the squad were requested 49 times" |
the Ixirouith treasury (Continued on Page B » that physical fitness is required with Rev. Augustine Medvigv i" by local industry. Hospitals visit* <|
in its application by State Law, and is a fundament- between 7 and 9 p.m at the Am- hosoitnl committee, announced fieiating. St. Elius Holy Nail ed in the area were Perth Ambw- *
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TIHTI- haw l>f*n ><Mnf talk u <
al part of fin' educational plans uf erican Legion Memorial Home, that a bingo narty till be given Society and the St, Elias Cathbl Genera!, 558 times: Klizabeth Geii-f "
tenets to ensure that it meets the anv school," Maddow pointed oi|t Roosevelt Avenue, West Carteret. at th" Disabled Vetefans Home in War Veterans Port 797 and t eral, 159, and R^ahway Hospital,!.*
needs of socley.
"In our modern complex soii
i "Huw can they so quickly and Dr. Edward Partenope, of Col- Ladies Auxiliary, Carteret fecit 135 times. Many other hospitals;» ,
easily forget the concern shuunj onia, president, of the Middlesex ladies ^pvill furnish home-made prayers Tuesday at 7:110 p.m. ) were visited also!
uty. change is the rule, rather over national physical fitness by
Menlo Park on January 25. The.
W's ;md thev are urged to m ' Elias Rosary Society and the ! . "'•.•<:
Philips Petroleum reported to-1'.'.
Unit; I'AHTKUET - As a public M' ltourd of Education's office JIJn- than the exception In the face of our late President Kennedy and Countv Heart Association, und Dr. •it the post rooms at 7 p.m. sharp. Elias Mothers Club recited t
p r i. John Fenick of Carteret will con- Mrs Ciszak reported that she Rosary Tuesday at 7:0O p.m. Council that it had completed thfli 1
vie* the Hoard of Education tie-:change, American education President Johnson?" widening of the Driftway rumJngl'
LEADER course January 21st an" BIIU iihl aminint; itself. Never before (us
the hours uf 7.OH p.m education been put under the mi-
due! the clinic. The association recent I- attended a dinner in honJ
feels that high blood pressure is or of the organization's nationalln • f......up rptjs from P^sevelt Avenue to anil\lh „
across the Sound Shore Extension^ I
stfult residents of Carteret This UO p III in.- crosc«]K' for such minute exam- Carteret Elfo Plan a forerunner to heart disease. If nresident, Mrs. Marie Klugaw, at oim}0 Lounge l>ei$ Railroad and a.skwi that the road-
CARTCRET PRESS program will be prtsentett fit* Notices ul till' course arc
of charge, und will be twld on six
ination as il is at the present For Chinese Auction the doctors find a person's pres- the Robert Treat .Hotel in New-
•IIULTIS..time. Two stimuli have cuntri- ark. The Sons of the VFW
sure too high they will forward hold their annual installation of CARTERET - The Division
way be accepted. •
The mayor asked the borouf^f
lucceulve Wednwdays. bepmiiiKjint! l»ubMc « of the I but«sd to the demand for this ex- C'AKTKHKT - Carteret 1-odge, Alcoholic Beveiaye Control h; attorney and borough engtneaf
January 17. It wUl tw held in Joseph ' linil. |ne» , hm J;imination - international events DPOE No 2235 and the Ladies; this information to the family officers on Suridav, January 31st, suspended the licence of the Ban, for their approval and return.
School from 8 P.m lol Board of hcluwt <MI * « • "we1 ind u scientific technological rev- Auxiliary will sponsor a Chinese! physician for a follow-up. a| 2 p.m. The ladies are request- Lounge, M249 Roosevelt Aven' their report at the next Council
that has greatly affected auction at the St. Demetrius Com- ed to cooperate by bringing sal- for 15 days beginning at 2 A.W meeting for action.
society. Tly inter- munity Center on Sunday, March ads to this a/iair. In charge of Tuesday, January 26. Kenneth Dobart, the borough en-,,»
at.7:30 o'clock, HONOR UtfRALMANS hospitality far the \ evening was The tavern was charge w,i igineer was given approval to
* XII The committee met with Harry;
revolution Miss Lee. ' possession of alcoholic beveragi ahead with test boring on Noft
College, will b* the lecturer it is a part. It mirrors the econ-greatly affected our American so-Brennei* general chairmen at the CARTERET - Mayor Andrew Via next meeting will be held in thr«e bottles bearing label Street.
ME 4-iin nil w
So that suitable g omic, soclql, political/and per- ciety. The international stimulus home uf the Kadomskis, 42 He;-
coilld b« made t' m'coinodate sonal aspirations of the siiclety.
Banick has issued a proclamation
njan Stieet, Friday night when designating Friday, January 2X| post rooms.
was the dramatic launching! "' initial plan* were formulated, as Ukrainian Independence Day.
on February 3rd at 8 p.m. at thewhich did not describe tbeir cot • In a jengthy 'report the englnMtf'j'
liter thow who wish to I ke advantage As I change uH.
(Continued on Page 8)
of this opportunity, registration its basic
for t i » COUTM will be held at theuc