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					                      Vol. 77, No. 33

                     EDITORIAL
                                                                                CITIZI
                                                                   SOUTH AMBOY., N J ,

                                                                     Kurtz Introduces Bill
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                                                                                                          County Polio Group
                                                                                                                             Th o n
                                                                                                                                                   Thursday   Ai>gu*»   1 3 ,1 9 5 ?


                                                                                                                                               Local Youngster Dies Board of Education
                                                                                                                                                                                         Price 5c (7c out of to**)



The Motorized Craze... A Growing Menace                              To Give South Amboy                  Appeals For Funds                    While Swimming InBay Approves Contract
                                                                                                                                               12, of 359 Parker Ave., wai Specifications
        Drag races, pilfered cars, reckless speeding, non-                                                         Mrs. Betty Lyon^, of East     The body of George Soltii,
obaervance of traffic laws and signals . . . heart-searing           Treasurer Tenure                          Brunswick, who has served
tragedies . . . and miniature cars driven by youngsters.                  A measure Introduced to for several years as Direc- recovered at 11:15 p.m. Fri-                                   The Board of Education
These are the modern trends which ere steadily un-                     t h e s t a t e Assembly o n M o n - tor of Women's Activities day after more than five hour* met at a special meeting
dermining the safety of our pedestrians on the streets d a y by S p e a k e r William of the Middlesex County of searching by safety squad Monday evening for the ex-
and the lives and iimfeis of Innocent motorlsta and Kart2 would accord tenure March of Dimes, today ap- t men from iijQ c                  _r                      Q communities at   t
                                                                                                                                                                                         press purpose of receiving
paesengens on roads and highways. Inadvertently, they t o D e m o c r a t J o h n Leonard. pealed to the people of Mid- jW € " a * s«at« police and skin and approving specifica-
bring Inconsolable grief and life-lasting distress to an S o u t h Amboy treasurer a n d                                   County to support divers from the area.                       tions for the installation at
Increasing number of homes. ~                                           former mayor.                          fhe Emergency March or                  The boy and hii friend, two -science rooms and a
        There was a time not so long ago when motorists                    Leonard was named to succeed Dimes. She stated: "The Donald Baronowski, 11, of 35 fire escape at                                    Hoffman
as & whole had a conscdbus anxiety and apprehension (he late Republican George Kress Middlesex County Chapter Parker Ave., hod gone swim-                                                High School and for repair
over the possible dangers of operating motorized ve- who had tenure. Ho has filled the of the National Foundation ming early in the afternoon work to be done on the
hicles, m those times people well understood the in- office for Imeasure five years. (en- faces a shortage of fund-5 and had dove off a home school roof.
                                                                           Kurtz's
                                                                                      he past
                                                                                              would give
herent hazards which reckless, careless or indifferent ure to city treasurers of all cities to continue their aid to po- mode raft into water that *vas                                      With only two members
 driving entailed. As a result necessary precautions and of under 12.000 population.                           lio patients In our county. over their head*. They were (present, the meeting waa
 preventive measures were put tn force and a proper                        "It is my understanding that
                                                                                                               Polio patients needs are un- about 150 feet onshore from declared In recess until th£
 atJtlltude of civic wrath and indignation manifested South Amboy would be the only predictable. Oare and ne- the local boat club. The boys arrlva of a third member.
 itself whenever proper driving practices were abridged. municipality aflected." said Kurtz. cessary equipment m a y *hor« started to holfway there Meanwhile, plans and spe-
                                                                                                                                                   had                  swim toward
                                                                           Kurtz named three members of         range from $100 to more                    and about                     cification* as present?d by
           Public Apathy Contributes to the Dilemma                     the Assembly to a legislative com- than $20,000. Epidemic dis- Soltis told his friend that he Mr. Merchant, the architect
          t
     - Ot a town was unfortunate enough to have a mittee study operation of New eases such as polio cannot was tired.                                                 Donald swam were tentatively approved
 "thrill speedster" In Its midst, law enforcement author- Jersey's welfare and relief laws.                    'be predicted. The Chapter quickly to shore to retrieve on and advertisments for con-
 ities were quick to terminate his unrestrained driving                    They were Assemblywoman Mrs. cannot say In the spring inner tube but was unable to tract bidding were author-
 pfcsfl&one a n ^ t h e public rightfully ostracised such a Madalinc A. Williams <D-Esscx). •how rmrch money will be return in time to help his ized.
 flhe for hla road, perversions. Otther potential road kill- and Assemblymen Paul SaUburg required before the end of friend.                                                                 Originally, It was hoped
 ers fend Umfb-maimers were deterred from following his (R-Atlantic) and Maurice V. Bradv the year."                                                   Baranowski told police that that approval for the work
                                                                        (D-Hudson)
  examples.                                                                The committee was created un-           Herself a mother of a he heard him (Soltis V yell but would be forthcoming from
         However, In the past decade or so, a public apathy der a Senate resolution to study child stricken with polio tn when he turned around Soltis the State Board of Educa-
 had been generated wfcioh encouraged and even gave the relief and welfare laws "with the epidemic of 1949. Mrs, had disappeared.                                                         tion in time to conduct the
 impetus to malevolent driving modes and habits so special emphasis on the reasons Lyons continued: "Per-                                              After police were notified, special meeting August 6.
 that law enforcetnent agencies find It difficult if not for the increase in costs" on the haps Middlesex County will first aid squads from Spots- With the delay, <?ome diffi-
 Impossible to maintain a reasonable safety on streets municipal level.                                         never again experience the wood, Sayreville. South River, culties have been encoun-
                                                                           Assemblyman Frank
 and roads. The few police cars In use are dlscourag- (D-Camdcni yesterday K. Melon) demoralizing months of Madison Township, Perth Am- t'red since at least one
                                                                                                   announced
  mgly Inadequate to patrol all ttie streets and the high a public hearing will be held in September and October boy, the Perth Amboy^ fire member of the board was
  incidence of viohttlons and heedless, Jet-like oar manl- Camden Sept. 15 on a proposal to 1949. We don't have to re- boat, skin divert from State on v£Lcation and another
  pudatlons further frustrate genuine efforts In traffic permit state lotteries.                                live them to be reminded Police, Matawon and East detained by his regular
  control made toy tin em.                                                  The measure sponsored by As- of them. A polio patient In Brunswick were called to the hours of work.
         Today car manufacturers prodojce hlghpowered semblyman William V. Musto <D- need of care is unique—his scene to begin searching for                                                      Five Contracts
  Vehicles with Inadequate sa/fety devices and introduce Hudson) would amend the constitu- case is perhaps different I the body.                                                                  To Be Awarded
                                                                         tion to permit lotteries for state from every other case. He                                                         The meeting was presided
  designs which are Inimical to good, safe driving . . .                 aid to education, a veterans bonus,                                            As darkness fell, the search
  ail for the sake of increasing sales. A weak tremor of or aid to county and municipal may be hospitalized longer Io r e a WQI illuminated by spot- over by the board's vice-
  protest reaches public ears from time to time, but roads.                                                     —-he may move fewer mus- I lights from *•'« trucks from sur- president. Andrew Peterson
  such insufficient objections are drowned by the power-                    It would require approval at a      cles—he may require physi- rounding communities. Finally, Prior to the meeting Peter-
  ful drones of the motors and the lethargic public referendum.                                                 cal therapy for an extended ; the body was recovered by son. In company with the
  wtollch winks at the impending holocaust, that is, until                  Meloni said the hearing before       time. Many of those strick- ' members of the South Amboy build-ing and ground chair-
   tragedy strikes.                                                      the Assembly's public sa?ety,( de- en in 1949 are still receiv- Boot Club. The boat accredit- man, Joseph Hermann, and
         More and more cars are getting into the hands fensep.m. He said the committee is j i n g assistance f r O m t n e • ed with the finding of'the body : Mr. Merchant,
                                                                         at 8
                                                                                and veterans affalr^will start                                                                                                  inspected
  of Irresponsible adults and rasTh youths. Parents seem considering another hearing in Jer- MlddLesex County Chapter.                              was piloted by John Rasen- the                part of the scbooi
   to foe Lacking in the influence they once held over their sey City later in the year.                         Whatever his requirements ! thai, former commodore of where the science roodh
                                                                                                                 are, the^need is there—help the club. Assisting Rosenthal , are to be located. A W»U
                                                                                                                                                  1
   offspring and tn the good Judgment they once ex-                         Assemblyman Raymond H Bate-
   ercdsed over them. The result Is that more and more man <R-Somerset> pushed through must be given by the Ch'ap- I in the giapting operation partition In preparation H*                            had already be«n
   youths are propelling vehicles through our stTeeAs                     a bill to permit up to a years sick    ter—paralytic polio and its | were George Brown, Joseph removed
   Without first going through (the stages of experiences leave with pay for teachers injured aftercare cannot be ignor- Deliman and Fermon Strot- i the major work, in all will              Five contracts
   wftiAch foster serious reflections, a sense of responsi- onItthe job. 49-0 and now goes to ed—cannot be budgeted — I ton, Jr.
                                                                                passed                                                                                                     be awarded including gen-
   bility and a salubrious respect for the personal and 'he Senate.                                              It cannot be forgotten."         |     No regular lifeguard was
   (property rights of others.                                               It would require tha workmen's         Mrs. Lyons continued: | assigned to the area, although eral construction, structu-
                                                                                                                                                                                           ral steel and miscellanoiM
                                                                                                                                                    city     youngsters
          In Instances where youths lack the means for compensation be subtracted from "When we in the Middlesex i swim on the other frequently iron work, heating and ven-     side of
   obtaining oars of their own, some resort to stealing any sick leave payments.                                 County Chapter face a
                                                                            .Bateman said the bill was de- Shortage of funds to con-                the jetty. Council President tilating, plumbing and elec-
   them In order to gratify their speed and thrill Instincts. signed to correct a technical flaw                                                    James Horrigan has announced trical work. Bids for all
   ttollce headquarters are presifenUy besieged with an in a previous measure sponsored tinue aid to those who have that Jerry O'Dell will patrol these projects will be ac-
   unbelievable number of stolen oar reports which are by Sen. William E. Ozzard <R- turned to us fox the help the area in a boat and that . cepted by Mrs. Leila Ntttl,
                                                                                                                         oan receive nowhere
    teletype^ to them daily. Not infrequently such pilfer- Somerset) and passed by both they we must return, as we others will probably be ap- the board secretary, In the
   ing attempts end In sorrowful tragedies.                               Houses but not signed by Gov.
                                                                                                                 else,
                                                                                                                 do now, to the people of pointed soon.                                  I Board of Education room
                                                                          Robert B. Meyner.
                    Screeching Tires, Severed Poles                                                               Middlesex County for the              The dead boy was a 7th in Hoffman H. S. until 8:00
         Not so long ago this writer stopped for a red light                                                     financial     assistance we grade student at St. Mary's p. m Wednesday, Aug. 26.
    on a main thoroughfiare and was accosted and chal-
                                                                       Need for Shore                             know they will give when Grammar School, and was the; The science rooms are to                         1
    lenged to a drag race by a car full of youths who                                                             they understand the need. A son of Mr, and Mrs. Stephen j be located on the third floor
    pulled up alongside. A series Of insults and provocative
    Jibes and. Invectives flowed from the oar as the chal-             Erosion Prevention                         letter to every resident of Soltis. He is survived by two at the eastern end of the
                                                                                                                  our County is being mailed brothers, Stephen, 18 and school One of the room*
    lenge was Ignored and moments later Vhe car streaked               Program Cited                              this week, explaining the Andrew 6; one sister, Dorothy will face George Street and*
    up the street careening and complaining from the
    sudden burst of speed to which it was (subjected.                          Councilman James Van- emergency which now ex- 15; his parental grandmother, fhe other,the building, the      corner of
                                                                                                                                                                                                         situated at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      will
                                                                           Derveer has recently cited ists, and I urge everyone to Mrs. Katherine Soltis and mat-
          A Itm days ago a car was observed shooting at high the need for a local shore' make a donation so that the ernal grandparent, Stephen face George St. and Broad-
    speed northward on. Feltus St. narrowly 'missing two erosion prevention pro- patient aid program of the Semanhko of Perth Amboy.                                                        way. Entrance to the Ore
    partially Inebriated men who were crossing the street <gram to protect the large Middlesex County Chapter                                            Funeral services were held
                                                                                                                                                                                            escape will be gained from
    At the UMe. Notwithstanding tfle near-tragedy, the amounts of city money in- may be continued."                                                 Tuesday morning from his
                                                                                                                                                                                            the room facing George St.
    oar continued its break-neck speed right through the vested and the plans for                                                                    residence followed by a Re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Outside School
     red traffic Mght on Main Street in a renewed surge of further use of the shore                                                                 quiem Mass at 9 a. m. in St..
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Painting Delayed
     power fiom the engine.                                                                                                                                                                    rt was disclosed by Peter-
            Miniature Cars, a New and Dangerous Fad
                                                                           fill area for recreational
                                                                           purposes which are contem-
                                                                                                             Local Police Report                    Mary's R.' C. Church.
                                                                                                                                                                                            son that the painter who
                                                                                                                                                         Arrangements were made had been engagetlJa. paint
           As thouigh traffic problems were not severe enough, plated.
     a new menace 3ms recently been introduced to com- The possibility that state
                                                                                                             Auto Thefts Solved                     by the Kurzawa Funeral Home tine exterior windows and
                                                                                                                      Police Chief John Gleason 338 Main Street.                            doors o< the school notified"
     plicate and further harra&s pedestrians and unsus- fundis may be secured for has reported that two juveniles                                                                           him ohat he could not com-
     pecting motorists. These are the pint-sized, 8-horae the expansion of the pro- who were apprehended by                                                                                 plete the work prior to the
     power-and-under cars driven by younigsters who are gram conducted by the Re- keyport authorities have ad-
     as young as seven years of age. In some communities creation Commission at the mitted stealing four cars.                                    Theft Reported At                         opening of school. Recent
                                                                                                                                                                                            bad weather, It was ex-
     these cars are driven by the youngsters on public chore fill area was ateo
     streets, at shopping centers and On public playgrounds. pointed out toy the Second ed in recent weeks and all the
                                                                                                                      The auto thefts have occur- Stevens Ave. Store                        plained, delayed the paint-
           The gasoline-'powered. vehicles are capable of .at- Ward councilman.                                                                          Kenneth Melvin, proprietor ing.
                                                                                                                   Cars hove been returned to
     taining twelve miles per hour. If they are "isouped-up",                 At present there are two' fheir owners, according to the of Kenny's Sweet Shop ot 123                            Board members did not
             can reach thirty miles per hour or better. Parents baseball fields In use at police. Two of the cars were N. Stevens Ave., told police on object to a suggestion by
         10 provide these "toys" for their youngsters contend the area, and expansion recovered by local police, one                                 Friday that a Television and
                                                                                                                                                                                            fiupt. James Tunin to have
      thfct their children are "trained" in tiheir operation plans call for tennis courts, by Sayreville police and one 13 cartons of cigarettes were fche exterior school paint-
            that they have much lun with them, learn how ibocd courts, and a field by the Keyport police.                                             stolen from his store.
      to^bring them out of skids \and do other tricks with Ihouse.                                                                                       Police investigation showed ing performed after school
                                                                                                                      Gleason stated the boys, that entrance was gained hours and on Saturdays.
      them. Enterprising distributors are taking advantage VanDerveer plans to bring who were lodged in the Mid-                                                                             Also approved was the su-
      of this new tfad and are beginning to flood the market the question of funds be- dlesex County Detention Home through the removal of two per tn.tedent's a n n u a l
      impervious to the dangens which such vehicles re- fore the City Council again pending action by juvenile window panes.
      present.                                                             when he receives more de- authorities, took the cars for                      According to Melvin, the school attendance and a*>-
                                                                            tails concerning the pro- joy riding.                                    television was valued at $50 sentee report. During the
                                                                                                                                                     and the cigarettes, assorted            meeting, the superintend-
                                       (con't on next page)                 cedure outlined for finan-
 Peterson Pharmacy                                                          cial assistance.                                                         king-sized brands, were worth
                                                                                                                   Fox Savings with a Future approximately $40.
                                                                                                                                                                                             ent briefed the board on th*
                                                                                                                                                                                             Mhedule of classes and
         Tel. P Ark way 1-0137                                                                                                                                                               tearhens for the oomin*
                                        Main Liquor Store                                                       THE SOUTH AMBIIV                                                             term from a master chart
                                                                                                                                                                                             he had prepared.
  Open This Sunday                              Wl OtUVtl
                                            339 Main Street                                                    SAYINGS & LOIN ASSN.
                                                                                                                                                          Attic fan* «t MirprUinjtty low
                                                                                                                                                                                                Hired as teachers were
                                        Phone PArkway 1-1164              I J. Harrifai Co., IK.                                                                                             M^s Audrey Telcft at $5,-
                                                                                Real Ettfttt A tnturanct           113 S. Broadway, So. Amboy                     an Is offfrlnf 20        r 600 to teach home econo-
         Madura's and Arky's                                                                                                                          SO gatlun jclaiiii lined tn*ik<, at ' mios and Mrs. Muriel Sam-
          Closed for the Day           If you «re In » hurry, try MJMI-          tATMVUlt IHOWIIM CfMTtl           Current Diyldent Rate 3'4%
                                     HhMi'n. T«l. FA 1-oaftS Corner             Phtttt: P Ark way 1 7500                                                                                     ple at S5.600 to teach reme-
         In Cat* ol Em«rg«ncy Coll   8t«veiu Av«. MM* David 8t.
                                                                                                                    New Shares Now Starting                                                  dial reading.
   South Amboy M.morlol Hotpllal
                                                                                                                                                                                               Thursday, August
     The SOI TH AMSOV
                                                                                                                                                                                               Three Area Students
(cont from first page!                                                                 NJ. .Aim. for Mental                                                                                    on Dean's List
      It is inconceivable tort a pwent *ould
Ms dhlW to operate 9ue(h machines ^                                                    Hetlth Ktrtn                                    • IS NOTHING WRONG WITH                                    Three area students were
is indifferent to the hazards and « e t e only ^carious                        F!v* major adfancu in'                                                                                          among t*ie one hundred
pleasure* Which his child can fumfc*i Win through                         «h« p « * !••*. tnduiling ft'                         AMERICA THAT THE FAITH, LOVE OF                                      thirty-*wo students at
Iftveae escapade*. Meanwhile what 1* to restrain the '4Mgfut drop In mental hos-                                                 FREETK3M INTELLIGENCE " ~                                     bhe New Brunswick evening
dhHd from taking the vehicle out on the road in an pltai rolls, despite increased                                                                                                                        of Ruigew Unlver-
tiruyuardwi moment as children are wont to do in Admission, are noted by the                                                    ENERGY           CITIZENS                                      rtty wlvo were cited today
their constant show of independence and test of un- New Jersey Association for                                                                                                                 •TOT outstanding academic
tried abilities? One suctt Incident Ha* already been Mental Health In the tight                                                                                                                adWevement during the
 reported in our community, an inddeot which startled agalnft mental lDnees.                                                                                                                    1058-5ft academic year.
an unsuspecting motorist.                                                      Mr. Bem*nd Q. Goldstein                                                                                            The Dean's Ust is put>-
       increased Traffic- Vlrllance and Prose«iitlOM                      of Pon**fcon Lake*. Prwt-                                                                                                     annuaHy In August
       At a recent council meeting the mayor gave warn- dent, said these <JOT»1OP-                                                                                                              commending h o n o r stu-
 ing of an increased vigilance against speedsters and ihervto are outlined in ttie                                                                                                              dents Jn the five centers ol
 other traffic violators. It Is a declaration which every Annual Report of the Na-                                                  WE CAN SOLVE                                                «he tftate university.
 cUvtc-minded resident ought to take to heart and Strive tional Assn. lor Mental                                                 THIS PROBLEM AND                                                  Those achieving the Uni-
 to enforce. Where death lurks friendships and Influ- HeaWh being distributed                                                      V*E MUST—                                                    versity's qualifications for
  ence peddling in regard to overlooking traffic viola- this week.                                                                                                                              the honors are: Mn». Fran-
 tions should not be tolerated. A concerted effort in • (1) Resident patients In                                                              NOW*                                              cis A. Karnish. 151 John"
  eliminating these violations will in time make our state arid county mental                                                                                                                   fllreet. and Richard A. Sef-
  streets the safe and sane thoroughfares that they hospitals in the nation                                                                                                                     Tis, 232 Auwwrta Street, this
  should be.                                                                stood at 546,000 6n Dtc. Si,                                                                                            y; and Robert J. Kimm*l
                                                                            1968, a half of one percent                                                                                          of 117 Main Street, Sayre-
                                                                            (reduction compared to the                                                                                           vllle, N. J".
                                                                            previous year, continuing a
                                                                            (three-year slight down-
                                                                            ward trend, he said. Mean-
                                                                            while, admission In 1959                                                                                              HEART REPORTS
                                                                            were 210,000, an 8% Jn-
                                                                            create.
                                                                                "This means more newly-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  SHOW INCREASE
                                                                                                                                                                                                     The New J e r s e y Heart Am.,
                                                                            admitted patients are ac-                                                                                           through 21 county chapters, are
                                                                             tually being treated and                                                                                           furniihtng J.7W rheumatic fever
                                                                             discharged because Increase                                                                                         patitnta, an increase from 1,910 last
                                                                            ed appropriations have pro-                                                                                         year, with the recommended anti-
                                                                             vided more adequate staffs                                                                                          biotic to curb repeat attacka of
                                                                             and. greater use of new                                                                                             this heart-damaging dia«aje.
                                                                             drugs," explained Mr. Gold-                      Recreation Commission County Republicans to                            Dr. Norman tollman of thii
                                                                                                                                                                                                 City, state president, noted enthu-
                                                                             stein.
                                                                               "But the majority of long-                     To Sponsor Costume    Have Booth at Fair                          -giastkaliy that chapter-sponsored
                                                                                                                                                     Harry Mbrley, Middlesex                     research grants increased 90 per
                                                                             term patients are still re-                      Contest Tommorrow E?. Cbiinfy RepubHcan Chair-                     cent this year. Today "eight of

                 LONESOME?                                                   ceiving little or/bo treat-
                                                                             ment because of limited
                                                                             abaflfe and facilities." Mr.
                                                                                                                                 Under the auspices of the
                                                                                                                              &K#h Aimboy Recreation
                                                                                                                              OommMidon a c o s t u m e
                                                                                                                                                               man, aanounoes that the
                                                                                                                                                               County Republican Otg&n-
                                                                                                                                                               laatdon will have a booth
                                                                                                                                                                                                 oar chapters," (it said, "are sup-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 porting 13 research grants totalling
                                                                                                                                                                                                 143.350. in addition to funds contri-
                                                                              GroixMneln also emphasised                                                                                         buted to New Jersey and American
                                                                             that the National rate of                        contest will be held tomor-      Bit the Middlesex County          Heart Assn., research programs."
                                                                             mental and emotional dis-                        row evening (Friday) at the      Fa9r to be held at Dunhams            The county reports also note M,-
                                                                              orders remains as high as                       city hail playground.            Corner from Aug. 11 to 15.        176 inquiries on heart disease were
                                                                              ever, l of every 10.                                 RecreaUonal     Director       All county candidates will      made to state and chapter, offices.
                                                                                                                              John Zdenewicsz announc-         be there to meet the public        This is a 33 per cent, increase over
                                                                                    (2) A research study,                                                                                         1958. and indicates .still greater
                                                                              sponsored by the Associa-                       ed that prizes        will be    and discuss any thoughts
                                                                                                                              awarded for the best histo-                                         public reliance on heart associa-
                                                                              tion and the Scottish Rite                                                       Of Ideas they mlghit have          tions for information.
                                                                              Supreme Council, isolated                       rical dharacter, best televi-    on present or future county            Education, one of the organiza-
                                                                             •the hereditary bodily factor                    sion character, best story-      or state problems.                 tion's principal weapons in the
                                                                              wfrLoh may m a k e some                         book character, funniest           Everyone is cordially in-        heart disease battle, waa intensi-
                                                                              people vulnerable to schizo-                    costume, and most original        vited to vlMt the booth.          fied during the year, the reports
                                                                              phrenia. When it Is defin-                      costume.                                                            said. There were 290 meetings at-
                                                                                                                                 Ifte contest will begin at                                        tended by 16,423 persons is the
                                                                              itely established that this                                                                                         medical and para-medical profes-
                                                                              misbehaving enzyme Is re-                        6.*00 p. m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   sions; and 461 public meetings with
                                                                              sporuflfcle for lower effici-                       In tihe event of rain, the                                       28,970 persons present.
                                                                               ency In dealing with stress,                   •Mair win oe held on Fri-                                               Of 59 cardiac clinics, the reports
                                                                              the Report says, It should,                     day, August 21st.                                                    indicate 26 have attained the stan-
                                                                              be possible to compensate:                                                                                           dards of service recommended by

    PHONE^SOME!                                                                for it and prevent this ma-
                                                                               jor (onn of mental Illness.
                                                                                  (3) The "open hospital"
                                                                                                                              ABftAtlELtO'S PIZZERIA
                                                                                                                                          ffVWH M L
                                                                                                                                         Mf      PA .1-2031
                                                                                                                                                                                                   the state and national associations.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Many approved clinics are staffed
                                                                                                                                                                                                   by chapter personnel.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Equipment grants of $23,941 by
                                                                               policy, whidh gives patients                           W* S**«i»llk«                                                 state chapters were made to hos-
        rhoning is the easiest way in the world to get                         freedom of buildings and                                                                                             pitals and first aid squads. Grants
        in touch with anyone—anywhere—any time.                                g r o u n d s , continued to                                                                                         totalling 1,000 were also award-
                                                                               spread across the country.                        OPEN DAILY 4 P.M. OH                                               ed to assist In establishing com-
        Nothing is faster—or more convenient. When-                            There was Increased evi-                                                                                             munity services for improved care
                                                                               dence that removal of re-                                                                                            for homebound cardiac patients.
        ever you need a lift—just lift the receiver.
                                                                               straint alleviates symptoms
        That's what your phone's there for—to keep                             and speeds recovery, says
         you in touch, in person.                                              tlie Report.
                                                                                   (4) The number of com-
         ...good telephone service does so mnah for you                        munity mental health ciln-

                                               NEWJEBSEYBELL
                                                                               o
                                                                                tcs increased during the
                                                                                year, primarily as a result
                                                                                of the State Community
                                                                                                                                           OUTSTANDING
                                                                                Mental Health Acts. New
                                                                                Jersey was one of 10 states
                                                                                operating under such Acts,
                                                                                                                                           ACCEPTANCE
                      TODAY AND TOMORROW lo finance local and help              which encourage
                                                                                                      mental
                                                                                                                                           FOR THE CAR
                                           BY HALF HARDESTER                    (health facilities, said Mr.                               THAT STANDS OUT
                                                                                 Goldstein.
                      Feature Editor TV GUIDE MAGAZINE                              (5)^Federal government
     )UIK;LAS KAIIIHAIMKS JR. WILL BE BACK ON training and community
         TKLKV1SION NEXT SEASON. He has just signed services through the Ma-
                                                                                appropriations for research,

    with (ieneral Artist* Corp. to p r o d u c e several series in E n g - ttonal Institute of Mental
                     land The talent agency is alao booking him for several
                     fall specials . Bob Rockwell, long-time Mr. Boynton Health rose 40% to a total
                     of the Our Mise Brooks aeries, will alar in Man from of $52 million.
                                                                                                                                                                  MRK*                              STUDEBAKER


                                                                                                                                                  Why are people flocking to The Lark in unprecedented numbers?
                         Hluithuwk. ilie new series which is set for 8:30-9 Fri-                                                           Because The Lark is the only car that gives people all they really want in
                         <fti)Hi>n W(<: beginning early in October . . . Milton                                                            transportation today. ^J^ Outstanding pnce^Thc Lark V-8 is the
                         lU-r\t will be the guest lUr in the first Lucy.|>e*i
                         aj*-<-iul for next season. Filming atarts next month . . .                                                        lowest-priced V8 on the market. ^^- Outstanding design-three feet
                         l*u*r li u> Beaver moving to Thursday nights this                                                                 shorter than other cars, with room inside for six in.spacious comfort.
                         Bummer lo replace Pat Boon* on ABC , . . Pointing up                                                              Clauic Lark styling is designed to minimize year-to-year depreciation.
                         8|>»iii3iir demand for TV specials, NBC's new Friday
                         night series next full will be sponsored by a different                                                           'J^    Outstanding performance—in the Mobilgas Economy Run, The
                         udvcriiwr every week. Archibald Maclean's study of
                         < '.oiiimuiiuuit vs. Democracy will probably be seen as one                     IRfAtftt*                          Lark V-8 topped all V 8> with an amazing 2228 miles per gallon. The
                                                                                                                                            Lark 6 did even better.
                         of the Bjjecials a public-affairs show in prime time.


                         KDIHiYIiNKSOK 77 SUNSET STHIP JOINS CLINT                                      tMitx Instalud
                       W A l . k h K in a new Warner Hros. muvie, "Yellowniomr
  IM II)        T \ slarsure now ihp hulUsi draws for summer stock. Owner of u                         359 H«r*y Str««t
  •miinirMht-atrrin Warren, Oh,,,, did so well last year wilh C«nevi«-vr alur-                           South Atnboy
  miK in "Can-Can." thul hr» booking only TV slant this year . . . Hislorual
  uol.- jusil three y e u r n U ( f o there wasn't a single Western in
  the Nielsen Ton 10, not one , . Perry Mason's summer
  replacement, KtarlinK in mid-^uly, will be a numlxr of
  refwat* fmin Pursuit. Climax! uiid Studio One in Molly
  wood undrr the title of llet koniiiK . . . Hal M a r c h will
  slur in a new seriea titled The Oflice, pilot film to l>c
                                                                                                       NoncB       |
  tested on the uir an a segment of Lux Playhouse .               IVHI                          T»ke notice that Xint'WhiU
  litm for llfean Ho, MarriKun, starring Myron
             Iliave                                                                          Eafl« Tuvcrn, I my, tndiiiy
             uA lirr
  m i r k , has,been completed.                                                              w White Eagle TtvHh, lac
                                                                                             h u applied to the City Coua-
             \     J                                                                         cil of the City of South Am-
                                                                                             boy, N«w J«n«y for • trmru-                     Discover what you'll i«yr at
      GINGKH HOC-KHS MAY (.() TO MOSCOW IN
   A l K i l J S T T l ) KMCKK a fashion show ul the American                                f«r of Plenary fUUil Con-
   Ki|KMilion there. ' I V ahow wuuld then !*• ta(>td umi                                     sumption Lic«D»* NunWr                                  YOUR STimKBAKKR DKAI.KRS -TODAY!
   flown back to this country, lo b« Uleviited an u soeiiul in                               C14 from 114 North Feltua
   early fall . . . I*. Lorillaru Inc. planning a inuinniolli TV          ...(>> 1/r»>r<m>    Str*«t, South Amboy, N«w
   »|HH'jul to cumniemomte It* 2UI)th aniiiv^rsury acul y c u r                              Jersey, to 126 North Bro*4-
   . . . Beside* repenting iU Cuntincnlal Cla»ruoin vhuw« drulin^ with a l o n m -            w»y, Soutfi Amboy, N. J.
  *ge phy»k» n e i l M U O O . NHC IH ulanniiiK » '"*" Heries dialing with Chcin-
  i»lry. lo be Uleviaed in color . . . t-liS j» inti>ri'»lrd in the new J u l i e l^jndun
  •how for neilicttaon, a dranwtir Kri<-« with intt-nraleJ musk: . . . B e n B l u e
                                                                                                 Objection*, it Miy, stMuld
                                                                                              b« nuoe immediAtelv in writ-
                                                                                              lny to lohn J. Trigg., City
                                                                                                                                                    PHILIP MOTORS
  make* hi» iirtt TV tppemiwnct vt the «ea»on ai a gueat on Jack B e n n y ' s CHS
  i(»r<'i»l in mid-June . . . NBt^ planning to lelrviw "little *yiii|ihony" concorta
                                                                                              Cimxk.
                                                                                                        Tb«r«t« 9. Vrmblik                          477 South Pine Avene, South Amboy, N. J.
  ea«h Sunday moniinK t U r l i n f in the fall . . P a u l W i n c h c l l ruicwrd for hm                     • President                    ••• TMI VTUDCVtKBR TRUCKS . . TM«Y COST L*«a, TOOl
  •unir AltC Sunday afternoon time spot nr                                                                       AduMU,
                                                                                                                  Secretary
        ¥ • • §OI TH AMIOV CITIZB                                                                                                                                                  Tnuridoy, Augmt 13, 19V?

To Organize Widows                       RESCUERS AT WORK                                                Sayreville Board of                         Captain Frank Chonsky Sctub to be Guetts
World War 1 Chapters
    The Widows World War
                                              It V M heartbreaking task, but neighbors from
                                         town and out-of-town responded promptly when the                Education Meeting                                                      Old Bridge
                                                                                                                                                     Issues First Aid Squad atUniformed OirlStadium
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Aflfc i*:>y
1,. Inc., are attempting to
prganlze a Chapter in the
                                         word spread of the drowning of 12-year-old George
                                         Soltls on Friday afternoon.
                                                                                                         Sparked by Debates                          Report For July        8coutn, also BrowwW^ and
                                                                                                                                                                            Ciib SctHJrts, are i>i vltw to
                                                                                                            At MonxJay nights meet-                     Captain Frank Chontky in
South Amiboy area. State                      Squads from South Amboy, P^rth Amboy, Spots-                                                           hit monthly report hat stated     attend &it exci'ii : ;i'..o
President Frances Enrlght                                                                                ing of the Board or Educa- ;                                                  racing ?pectacle at O l d
                                         wood, Sayrevillt, Madison Township, East Brunswick              lion held In the adminis-                   thot the South Amboy First Aid
h u issued the following ap-             and Matawan sent men and equipment to do their                                                              and Safety Squad aniwersd 77      Bridge Stadium ftfday n'te
peal In befoaW of this pro-                                                                              tration building, a split '.                                                  (Aug. 14) «a guest* of the
                                         utmost.                                                         vote was cast on the re-                    caiii during the month of July.
ject:                                                                                                                                                                                  management. Scheduled as
                                                Patrolman William Schwarlck appealed to the              commendation of various                         A total of 639 man hourt
                                                                                                                                                                                       attractions are races feat-
    "We are a non-political,             throngs of persons at the disaster site to disperse and          repairs and ' V                            were contributed by memberi
non^seotarian, and non-                                                                                                                                                                uring the- spectacular roo-
                                         thereby giving the rescuers more working room.                  merst fur bid.'; on a number                of the squad who answered
                                                                                                                                                                                       kie and Jalopy stock car
profit organization founded                                                                               of Items by James Calla-                   fifty emergency call*, three
In Washington, D. C. In                                                                                                                                                                pilots, • the thrilling TQ
                                                                                                          han, building and grounds                  fire call* and 24 transports.
                                                                                                                                                                                       midget car chauffeurs arid
1946 for tihe sole purpose                                                                                Inspector.                                     John McCloud wai high
of assuring better legisla-                                                                                                                          mart for fhe month answering
                                                                                                                                                                                       the new<kaahAng gas karts.
                                                                                                           Six contracts were award-                                                    Starting time La,.8:30 p. m.
tion for all widows of World                                                                              ed Including those for re-                  41 calls.    Other high men
War 1, with respect to In-                                                                                                                            were Jamei Ryan, 36 calls;
                                                                                                                                                                                        for tihe big show.
                                                                                                          pairs to schools, equipment
creasing monthly pension                                                                                  and supplies.                               Joseph Ruth 35; Mike Szrogo,          Saturday night returns
ftft well as raising income                                                                                 Callahan, in making hi* re-               31; Thomas Downt, and Jack        the popular drag race* at
limitations.                                                                                              poit, ask«>H for approval to have           Hardy with 30 each.              tihe Route 18 stadium, bust-
    In order to ototain any                                                                               rm-osary repair* made to the                                                  eft in the state; Sunrjay
reeulte from Congress we                                                                                  desks in Iho various schools. C.                                              night is set aside for the
must show an increased                                                                                    Jo^pph (invjn said th»t "we
                                                                                                          nhmiM have a list of the amount,
                                                                                                                                                       K of C Family Picnic             super-modified stock car
                                                                                                                                                                                        competition, which has
tnetnlbershlp, Indicating an
UP and coming organiza-
                                                                                                          after all schools wero closed in,
                                                                                                          June anrt we had ample time."                Sat. at Burke's Park             been attracting ever-In-
 tion.                                                                                                    Callalian i»id he ha* a lint and                                              creasing crowds fox the six-
                                                                                                                                                           Burke't Park in Parlin will be
                                                                                                          ren-ive/l the approval by a 7 to                                              event meets which co-feat-
     In New Jersey we hav*                                                                                1 vnti" with Gavin votinjr in the           the scene of the Annual Fami-
 800 members in 18 chapters                                                                                                                            ly Picnic of South Amboy Coun-   ure sportsman,       modified
 and over the nation an ap-                                                                                                                           cil No. 426, Knightt of Colum-    and novice stock car action.
                                                                                                               Another 7 to 1 vote resulted                                                Gordon "Ike" Eisen-
 proximate B O members in
               OO                                                                                         when Callahan moved for the re-             bui, to be held this Soturdoy,
 40 states. This must be in-                                                                              pairs of locks, door checks, etc.           August 15th. Members of the       hower, Reading, Pfc. star
 creased and Chapters open-                                                                               M
                                                                                                          * don't think its a business like           council, their families, and      who snared last Friday'*
                                                                                                          way, after all, we are running              guests are cordially invited to   20-lap TQ (three-quarter)
 ed everywhere, for in num-                                                                               a one million dollar plant," said
 bers there is strength and                                                                               fiavin.                                      aitend.                          midget car main event aft-
 in having strength we have                                                                                     The clerk was instructed to                The picnic will commence at  er an abrupt spin-out in ft
 a better opportunity of se-                                                                              advertise for bid* for the in-               noon, and continue until dusk,   preliminary heat race, goes
 euflnrg legislation for which                                                                            spection of gutters at the var-              with ride* and games for the     after a repeat victory as
                                                                                                          ious schools by a vote of 6 to 2                                              wiB Steve Perrara, Belmar
 we are fighting to benefit                                                                               with Gavin «nd Warren Lem-                   children, as well as softball
 *4ie widows. We are striving                                                                             trich casting the negative                   games for the adults. There      youngster who captured his
 very hard to reach our goal                                                                              vote.K.                                      will be the usual picnic menu    third 20-lap rookie stock
                                               The boat club dock was a bee-hive of activity.                                                                                           car feature. Bound Brook's
 of 10,000 members by the                                                                                       "We should Vnow before this            of hot dogs, hamburgers, kiel-
 end of the year In order to                                                                              what is needed" said Gavin and               basi, corn on the cob, clomi,    Don Watson, potting a tri-
                                                                                                          again 1 say, it's not business                                                 umph the same night m
  request a Congressional                                                                                 like."                                       ice cream, watermelon and
  Charter, when Congress                                                                                                                               beverages. There will also be    the Jalopy contest, likewise
                                                                                                                Another request by Callahan                                             point for another whi Fri-
  convenes in January 1960.                                                                                to have the floors in the Wash-             dancing at the outdoor dance
                                                                                                          ington School auditorium re-                  ffoor.                          day.
     Therefore I am appealing
  to each and every widow of                                                                               paired drew another 6 to 2 vote.                Vernon Tiice is chairman of       The drags undergo • » In-
                                                                                                           Callahan told Gavin that the                                                   spection starting at 3 p. m.,
  a World War 1 veteran to                                                                                 leak causing the. damage has
                                                                                                                                                        arrangements, assisted by Jo-
  give this a serious thought                                                                              been repaired.              >                seph Pittel, Martin Pryga, Al-    with actual racing against
  and Join. us. We have pre-                                                                                     William Chevalier, although            bert Astarita, John Sfolfe and the timer beginning at «
  sented a resolution to Con-                                                                              he cast an affirmative vote,                William Fleming.                   p. m.
  gress wherein we asked                                                                                   said that some borings should                   Mrs. Ann Shoroiky of 15            Sunday nights of late
   $2,400 income limitation                                                                                be made while Joseph Keenan                  Elixobeth St., Sayreville was have produced record num-
  instead of the present $1,-                                                                               «air) that he &ee« nothing WTonjr           the winner of the off-premises bers of oars with close to
                                                                                                            in asking for bids.
   400, also for a $75.00 pen~                                                                                                                          raffle conducted by the local 70 checking into the over-
                                                                                                                 Cdllahan told the hoard that
  alon instead of the present                                                                               teMs ar>rl borings will be made             council recently.     The prite   crowded motor pits. The
   $50.40.                                                                                                  during the coming week. Gavin            ; was a freeiet and $500 worth I sharp         Increase in racing
      Any widow of a World                                                                                  -<ai<l thai "we should first de-         i of food.                           personnel Is the result of
                                                                                                            termine what caused the dam*                   Grand K n i g h t Thaddeus boosted cash            prizes for
   War 1 Veteran is eligible.                                                                               apn before we decide to make
   Please do your share and                                                                                  repairs."                                   Raczkowski has announced competitors wtio hall from
   join.                                                                                                          Switching to another sub-             that installation of new'officers N. J., N. Y., L. I.. Md., Del.
      For further information                                                                               ject, I.emerich told the* board             will take place on Thursday, and other states.
    please contact me, Frances                                                                               that there are several printers             September 3rd.
                                                                                                             in the borough and that each
   Bnright, New Jersey State                                                                                 should be considered and con-           I The annual Pilgrimage for
    President, 206 Columbia                                                                                  tracts not given to one indi-           i Peace sponsored by New Jer-
    Ave., Jersey City 7, N. J.                                                                               vidual.                                     sey State Council, Knights of     Frank S. Kabotlu Atff ri<r
                                                                                                                  Kcenan told Lemerich that          . Columbus will be held at Wil- Real Estot*               Insurance
                                                                                                             for a long time, "the other             ] liamstown, N. J. on Sunday,
                                              Joseph Jullano, loral skin-diver, erm-rges from th*             printer" was getting the- busi-                                                     149 N. »r*«twDy
                                                                                                             ness. Gavin said that there             j September 20th. Transports
                                          waters at the disaster site after a fruitless search fo.                                                                                             ,dial PAritwer |- 0620
                                                                                                              were more than two printers            ! tion for local members will be
                                          the victim. Tommy Krygier assisted the divers.                      and suggested that the work            J provided by the council.
                                                                                                              be put out on bids. A motion            | The Post Grand Knighr*
                                                                                                              by Lemerich to have all print-         • Dinner-Dance will be held at
                                                                                                                                                                                            Drains cl»on«d without
                                                                                                              ers furnish a sample of therr
                                                                                                              work and quotations was car-            I John's Half-Way House on            digging or tearing upt
     Births recorded at South                                                                                 ried.                                      Saturday, October 10th. An-
   Atjiboy Memorial Hospital in*                                                                                                                                                            With modem
   elude:                                                                                                         Gavin continued his ques-              thony Gorciyca, immediate
                                                                                                              tions when he questioned the               past grand knight, will be the
                                                                                                                                                                                            KOllMANN
      Son to Mr. tnd Mrs. Walter                                                                              bills by the N. J. Testing Lab-
   Mroczkowski, 74 Fourth St.,                                                                                                                           guest-of-honor.                      Ct«an*r* ,
                                                                                                              oratories. He said that there
   Ediaon.                                                                                                    is no copy of their report on
      Daaghttr to Mr. and Mn.                                                                                 file with the secretary. Calla-
   G«orf« Reich, 133 George St.,                                                                              han said that the reports were
   South Amboy.
      Daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
   Richard Hohsfield, 87 Kendall
                                                                                                               sent to him, otherwise they
                                                                                                               would be in the secretary's                ALBERN'S
                                                                                                               office until he had a chance to
   Dr^Parlin.                                                                                                  pick them up. "After all we
      Son to Mr. and Mrs. Marion                                                                               meet only once a month," he
   Honkicz, 124 N. Broadway,                                                                                   said.
   South Amboy.
      Daughter to Mr. and Mrs.                                                                                     •Joseph Eellan, president of
   Martin Steigerwald, 42 Kou-
   man St., Old Bridge.
      Daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                               the Rayreville Taxpayers Im-
                                                                                                               provement Assn. asked the
                                                                                                               purpose for the ' Adjourned
                                                                                                                                                        <^7      WE FRY FISH             11. Mm& Sou
   Eugene NIeratko, 168 Mac Ar-                                                                                AUK. -0 meeting. Callahan told             WiD.   — THURS. — FRI               Plumbing and Htathtg
   thur Ave., Sayrevilk.                                                                                       11iin that it was tentatively set           117 NORTH BROADWAY                Repairs — Installation*
      Son to Mr. and Mm. Carlyla                                                                                Tor tin* receipt of bids for the
    Milter, Matawan.                                                                                            new Saniscl School.                          SOUTH AMBOY, N. J.             Phone PArkwqy t 0521
       Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert                                                                                   "How nbout the electrical               Phon. PArkwQY 1-0459
    Jmyen, 269 Vineyard Ave.,                                                                                   heatinir that is in the specifica-                                          230 Sordentown Av*nu«
    Morgan.                                                                                                     tions ^" asked Bellan. He was                                                  Home Of root Plan-"t»r
       Son to Mr. and Mrt. Chester                                                                              told that this will be discussed                                            SOUTH AMftOV. hi. J.
    Stanynski, 7 Lee Ave., South                                                                                by the architect and a light-
    Amboy.                                                                                                      ing company representative at          Buy U. S. Savings Bonds
       Daughter to Mr. and Mr*.                                                                                 the Aug. 20 meeting.
    Thomas Homan, 332 Ward                     Like father, like son . . . 12-year-old Joseph Jullano,
    Ave.r South Amboy.
       Son to Mr. and Mra. Robert           Jr. trudged alongside of his lather on bottom of
    H«diger, 68 Ocean Blvd., Cliff-         the bay.
    wood Beach.
                                                                                                                         7/ it'i SUetfUceU — Kit 0** ?tx
        PHILIP                                                                                                              Prompt «nd Efficient Repairs on All Makes anal Moefeli
        MOTORS                                                                                                                 of llactricol Appliances, laajlpmenf. Motors, lie*
    ^               PACKAR»                                                                                                                                   I N C i y O I N O                  >
            Core-Trucks
                                                                                                                           Washing Machines, Dryers, Todsfers, Disposal Unit*, Iraners, Irons,
    Port* - Body Work - Pointing                                                                                               Radios, Television, Shavers, Water Heaters, Refrigerators,
         SOUTH PINE AVENUE ;                                                                                              Oil Burnen, Fans, Ranges, Heaters,-Electric Motors of All Types, EfC
        MOtGAN, NEW JERSEY
        fhon« PArk*ay 1-1357                                                                                                                GENERAL ELECTRICAL WIRING

       A clay tablet was found in what
    Is now Iraq, a tablet which waf
                                                                                                                                          AIR ELECTRIC, Inc.
    identified AS being 35 centuries                                                                                      125 S. Feltus Street, 5outh Amboy, N. J. • te,l               PArkwqy 1 - 009a>
    old. On it was inscribed: "You cai
    have a lord, you can have a king,                                                                                        16 Ferry. Street, South River, N. J . • Phone CL if ford 4 - 008/
    but the man to fear is the tax
    collector."

                                                                                                                                            Americans used enough snuff last year to
                                                                                                                                          equal about five ounces for each person over
          Girdle—What women u*.                                                                                                           15 years of aj-iv This w;ts about hulf the con-
        to keep their weighs down.                                                                                                        sumption of chewing tobacco and pipe tobucc<».
                                                     Coffer-break for the (searching party.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Thundoy, Auow«t 13, 1959
      Th* SOI Til AM BOY
                                                                                                                                                              CWV Testimonial for                          CIASVIFII
      MILE SQUARE TALK                                                                                                                                        Chester Jankowski                        KITCHCN CHAIUS
    The Progressive Fi™ Co.                                                                                                                                       Sftcred Heart Post 578.
can proudly bo.tst that thry          Frldav's tragedy at the                                                                                                 Catholic War Veterans will               Only $4.95 |fr«« pick-up ond
oan win first prize for the local braoh was frit dpeply                                                                                                       hold a testimonial banquet                elivery) PArkway 1-0020 —
best dressed group In the tjy evoryonn ifc'ho heard                                                                                                           in honor of Chester Jan-                   M & M DINETTE MFG. CO.
line of march even when about it especially by the                                                                                                            kowrkl, past commander of                 Rt. 35 at Vineyard Av*nw«
they're marching In four [our men In John Rosen-                                                                                                              the post on Snturday even-
inche-s of water. On Satur- thal's boit who recovered                                                                                                         ing, at John's Half Way                           Morgan, N. J.
                                                 1
day. In Allentown (the city George Soltis body from                                                                                                           House.
without any catch-basins) the bay The impact of the                                                                                                              Stanley Starega, county                     MATTftfSSES RENOVATED
the, local firemen       really tragedy was so great upon                                                                                                     CWV comimand^r will be                       Featherbed* made into qvjilfi.
waded through the biggest Ferman Stratort. J r . who                                                                                                          gue-n speaker, and Charles                   VA 6-4675-For Free Estimate*
downpour of their careers. has three children of his                                                                                                          Szaro will be toastmaster.                   MAZUR'S P. A. Bedding Co.,
The Progs marched with a own, that he had to be                                                                                                                  Serving on the committee                  338 State St., P«rlh Amboy,
 full complement of men. treated for shock shortly                                                                                                             are: Richard S^rhult?., Ber-                     J«r*ey, i ^
 plus.                          after he tanaig'ht. Mie body                                                                                                   nard Soden, Edmund Kabo-
                                ashore.                                                                                                                        ski, and Alfons Hrankowskl.
    Steve Marks CleimB that          Another touching episode                                                                                                                                                   BEAUTY PARLOR
Saturday was hte first relative to the drowning,                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE
 Viat to Allentown,, Pa. In which shows the senti-                                                                                                                                                           Well established; reason-
 spite of the fact that Hi' ments and hopes of the res-                                                                                                       Sweater Perfection                           able.
5-year-old girl approached cuers — the moment, the                                                                                                                                                           Write Box A, South Am-
 him and called him "Dad- body was In the boat, arti-                                                                                                                                                      boy Citizen, South Amboy,
 dy." He's having a hard ficial respiration was ap-                                                                                                                                                        N. J.
 time convincing his cronies •plied. The fact, that the
 that it was a case of mis- body was under wateT for                                                                                                                                                                  LOST
 taken identity.                 over six hours the applica-                                                                                                                                                Ladles Elgin Wateh, black
                                  tion of artificial respiration                                                                                                                                           suede band. Mrs. M. Reilly,
      The Loyal Order of the could only be Interpreted                                                                                                                                                     542 Washington Ave., South
 Moose, Lodge 1554, wllD as a prayer for a miracle.                                                                                                                                                        Arrvboy.
 hold its first clambake at
 the Water Works park on             The Hlllorest softballers                  John Wayne and WUlinm               Soldiers" is ro - fe.nurrfi                                                                       NOTICE
 Saturday, Aug. 15th. In a       lost a real "heart-t>reaker"                Holden star in "The Horse              with "Guns, Girls and                                                                  TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
 circular put out by the In the class A tournaments                          Soldiers" current    attrac-           Gangsters." Dancing ron-                                                                CERN:
 lodge, t/hey advertised, a test week when they lost                         tion at Loew's "35" Drive-rn           tinues on the Patio every                                                                   Notice la hereby given
 varied menu, games, music tihe gjame 2-1 In Warenoco                        Theatre.                               Tuesday night.                                                                          thai I will not be responsi-
 and dancing, prizes and Park, Elizabeth.                                       Flirned in color, "Horse                                                                                                   ble for any debts contract-
 moonlight; plus plenty of                                                                                                                                                                                 ed by any other than my-
 ant-s, bees and mosquitoes            The Pine Liquor Store                       Household Hints                         Sauce for Greens
                                                                                                                        Cover three eggs with col.l water                                                  self. Dated Aug. 13, 1959.
 —>aJl for the price of one has changed hands. The                           If you buy the long-shred type of
                                                                                                                                                                                                            (signed) William L. Peters
                                                                             prepared sweetened coconut, you         and plat-L* over a thermostat -con-
 ticket.                         new owners are Mr. and                                                              trolled burner set at ?00 -iegrces.                                                             Stevens Avenue,
                                                                             may want to chop it into short
                                 Mrs. Louis Fchman of Irv-                   lengths before using it in baked        When the flame cuts back, sot the                                                               South Amboy, N. J.
     James Qdoffre of South      lmgiton. They expect to                     products.                                limer for 15 minutes Then your
  Amboy was among the 12 make ttwir residence here                                                                    i'y:s will bi> perfectly eoo>i"il Fry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE
  area men who have enlist- at 101 S. Pine Avenue very                         Just for variety, how about a         four slices of bacon uniil crisp
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Maple Kitchen Sets, Odd
  ed In the U. 5. Marine shortly.                                            cheese fondue for supper some            Remove the slices from ihe frypan
                                                                                                                                                                                                           OhJaSrs—Chest, Dresser —
                                                                             evening? To make it, combine 4           and acid two finely chopped preen
  C o r p s during the padt                                                  well beaten eggs, 2 cups hot milk,       onions nnd U cup pickip juice- or                                                    Twin Beds, complete— Sin-
  month. He was transferred          Sunday morning was
                                  really a wash-out day In                   2 cups soft bread crumbs, V* pound      'larra?«n vinegar to the bacon fat.                p
                                                                                                                                                                iIIK i i,Kn:<;t -HI-HUT f<>r i>mk-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           gle and FuiH Size—Cribs,
  to Parris Isftand, S. C. for                                               shredded cheese (2 cups', 1 table-       Crumble ihe bacon and chop ihe                                                       Baslnettes. Siale . . . Ussd
  rt^crult training.              the area—the biggest pack                  spoon butter and salt to taste. Pour
                                                                                                                                                               1i>-ioHe;:«\ -kiinc iinil ihe ninny
                                  of trouble was experienced
                                                                                                                      eggs, and sprinkle over freshly          ollx-r iiclnilir- of tfir American Rugs 14 9x12, 8x9; Assorted
                                                                             into a well greased shallow baking       cooked greens. Then pour she hot         nirl with J-IKM! la»lc. liulky knit Large Carpets, Runners.
     Mrs. Win, Dlsbrow, Jr. ot try V. J. AWbatlello of 123                   pan and bake at 350 degrees for          vinegar mixture over all This is         pullover l>v I'eler Kmincl rOniC* Open 7 days—Shore Furni-
  236 Elm Street, reported to So. Stevens Avenue, who                        about 35 minutes or until set and         a sauce that will keep the family       in I lie f a s h i o n rotor* for f u l l :
  police that her son's 20- had a basement wall cavfc                        lightly brown on top. Serve at            interested in fresh greens the rest     vtliilc, Mark, red, hcigr, turtle ture,             Hwy 35, Laurence
                                                                             once. Makes six portions.                                                         j:rc»-n. *«ippliire blue, fro»t«*<l tsr^y, Harbor, N. J.
  inch bicycle was stolen on in brought about by the                                                                   of the season.
                                                                                                                                                               iinil Spanish £ohl with nmlrusting
  Friday,                          flooded condition of Stev-                ' One of the secrets of cooking                                                   < olor. (riiylitnu jiirn l>r MiMikrn i*
                                  ens Avenue. On Main "St.,                   ham is moderate heat. Bake ham         Wmml                                      Arnel ami Orion for (|uirk ax it
     A franttc call to police i between         Broadway and                  uncovered in a 300-degree oven.           The girl* at fashionable Smith
                                                                                                                                                               Hinit wrisliint: unit ilrvirn:. Krrp* it*
                                                                                                                                                               »liiipr and hruuly forever through             Thomas & Cbadwick
  headquarters by a Mr. i Steviens Avenue washouts                            Just place the ham, fat side up,        College in Northampton, Mass.,           H;i*hinj{> nnd wearing*.                        BlueCc*!- Fuel O H *
  Whltmore stating that Mrs. I were numerous. L o w e r                       on the rack in .in open roasting        are learning to shoot pool and                                                         Burner Sales and Servic*
  J. Conroy arrived home and ' Main Street, near the city                     pan. Allow about 18 to 20 minutfes     .billiards. The idea, according to         Street exhmust
                                                                              per pound.                                                                                                                     Ms WWtehMMl A T * , S». RIVW
  found her baby missing. dumps was cluttered by                                                                      the physics department, is to               The dicscl buses in Edmonton,
  Patrolmen Charles Rea and logs and details washed in                                                                "teach some principles of atomic          Canada, ' have perfume-scented                 Tel. Clifford 7^2323
                                                                               A good way to use leftover meats       energy. By playing, the students          exhaust gases.
  Francis Norek promptly by high, tides. And, just                           and fish or small amounts of cheese      will observe how the collision of
   solved the "almost kidnap- about everybody in town                        is to combine them' with celery,         the billiard balls in some instances
   ping" when they located had a little or a lot of wa-                      green onions or shredded cabbage.        behave as do atoms when they
   the baby safely with the ter in their basement.                           Add an approprinle amount of             collide."
   father.                                                                   dressing to bind the ingredients to-
                                     The excavation for the                  gether and serve on salad greens.         The only place to pass on
                                                                                                                     curves is in a beauty contest.
      Ted Naral, age 34, of 258 water line along Welsh St
   David Street was treated at and Elm St. filled to b r i m -
   the local hospital for a cat Adam Sadowski, the con-
   bile on Friday. To make "it tractor         had his
   worse, it was his own cat pumps running a good part
   that bit the hand that was of the day in s order to rem-
                                                           water             [Weekly Stock Market Kouiid-lpJ                                                                                               CAPITALISM
                                                                                  Prepared by The Investment Research Department of
   feeding it.                     edy the situation.                                           Hemphill, Noyes & Co.                                                                                       AS PICTURE?
                                                                                       Members of the New York Stock Exchange                                                                               BY THE
                                                                                                                                          August 12, J959
                                                                                                                                                                                                            COMMUNISTS!
   Next to biting the hand
 that feeds you Is being beat                                                                   LFFE INSURANCE STOCKS
 up by someone you be-                                                                           Fair Values i n Today's Market
 friended    . . That's w*hat                                                      Life insurance stocks, while up substantially from their lows
 happened to Edward OpdoTa                                                   of 1957-58, still appear to offer reasonable values when com-
 of 407 Ward Avenue on                                                        pared with other growth industries. Although some of these
 Saturday evening. OpiOJa                                                     stocks must be consldured rather
                                                                              fully valued in today's market, profit. With current Interest rates
 met a fellow In a Route 35                                                   there are still many iss>uen which at a new peak since the 1920'B,
 club that afternoon. He In-                                                  we believe can be bought for long profits from this source of Income
  vited him to his home, and                                                  term capital gains. Among the should soar. Furthermore, as in-
 1n exchange he received a                                                    issues we consider attractive for vestment portfolios "roll over" and
                                                                              I>ut-clia»<s at the present time ure more Interest loans are rewritten
  beating from him. Poldce"                     633 Bordtntpyn Av*.           Travelers Iiisunnut:. Gulf Jimur- at. higher rales, further Improve-
  were unable to locate the                                                   nnre. Trailsainerica and Lineohi. ment in Investment Income should
  ussaftant.                                    Sbuth Amboy, N. jiir          Other iBsues which ofter good long accrue. Finally, the automation in
                                                N*ar South Amboy Hospital,    tL-rin value, although we do not bookkeeping, In which the life
                                                        to                     recommend immediate purchase, ompanies have been pioneers. Is
                                                                              include Businessmen's Assurance now bearing fruit in substantial
                                                                              and Franklin Nutional Life.            cost savings In personnel.
                                                                                   Today's economic climate ap-         In June of this year a new tax
                                                                               pears extremely favorable for this law was enacted for life insurance
                                                                               growth industry. High living companies. This law raised the
                                                                              Btandards, Inflation, and the «en- taxes paid by the life' Insurance
                                                                              Si'at Improvement in the overall industry by about 40%. Obviously,                            60 V. OF AMERICAN K4KftUE3 OtVN TH&K HQMB31
                                                                               economy are factors which Indi- this new tax bill is not bullish,                            7-3 *f. OF AMERICAN FAMILIES OWN AUTOMOBILE^/
                                                                               cate substantially Improved oper- especially when viewed on Its face                         11*1. HAVE T£L£V/9tON&ET9; <?6.9*£ HAVE ftKPiQS !
                                                                               ations for thin year, even though value. However, if this tux is                             B5 Z*£ OF OUR FAMILIES HAVE B^CTWC WASHER&!
                                                                               the Industry is fared with higher looked at objectively, it U not as                        9i. f 1. OWN S 4 » OR ELECTRIC REFRIOeFWTVX*.'
                                                                               taxes due to a revised tax law.       bad as might originally seem. In                      NO THERE ARE AL9O MANY NQH-MATERIAL BENBFrm
                                                                                   Net gain from operations (earn- the first place, it has been com-     SUCH AS EDUCATIONAL OPPORTVNmES «0W ALL. INCREA&Nf L&9URE "
                                                                               ings) for thn industry this ywn mon knowledge for the past few                                            eptRIT
                                                                               should be aided by many factors. years that Congress has been at-          ™IJ5*SUALJ}!2£J2?                     ^'-  DEVELOPMENTAND THE fVN
                                                                             .Mortality i i v the United States tempting to .write a permanent W 4                                                         t> TV
                                                                               again fell slightly In 1958, thereby tax law for life companies and the
                     hng Csnvilationt           of wJitlincUon                 further widening the ratio between Industry has been operating under
                                                                               the assumed mortality table and this mantle of uncertainty. Now
       ft SELECTION! Largest in New Jerseyl                                    the actual experience of Insurers. this uncertainty Is no longer hang-
                                                                               The overall economic boom and Ing over the Industry and the final                                            54 Ytort
       ft SERVICE: Prompt—48 hour service, if desired                           new high In employment for the formula Is more acceptable than                                                    of
                                                                                country as a whole directly bene most bills previously proposed. In
       ft   PRICES; Very Reosonablel                                            flts life companies through addi- the second place, while it is ap-                                   Continuous Service
                                                                                tional writings or group insur- parent that th,e new formula will
       ft   GUARANTEE- Excellent Quality and Workmanship.                       ance, and indirectly through the Increase taxes substantially, It wfll
              You must be sotiifled or your money back.
            .We carry a full line ot Wedding Announcements,
                                                                                increased standard of ItvIng. One not have an much effect on earn-
                                                                                of the most promlolni; factors for ings as might be assumed as the
                                                                                life Insurance companies recently actual tax paid by these com-
                                                                                                                                                                        SWAN HILL ICE & COAL CO.
                    Respond Cards, Reception Cards,                             has been the trend of Interest panies In relation to their Btze is
                          Thank You Cards, etc.
                                                                                rates. Most policies In recent years still small.
                                                                                have been written on the assump-
                                                                                 tion that the return on investment
                                                                                                                         Time may prove that this tax                         Fuel Oil - Kerosene - Coal andCoke
                                                                                                                               has
                                                                                capital would be low, as It has problemstock been over-emphasized                                ^- OIGtlf DAY* OlUVfly _
            OWN' DAllYi ViOO a.m. - 3,00 p.m.    EVENINGS. 7.30 - h l O
                                                                                                                      In the
                                                                                been In the past seVeral decades stock's recentmarket. Many a life
                                                                                                                                     lac In the current
                                                                                Moat policies currently In effect                                       OIL BURNKKS VACUUM CV.KANED 4 SERVICED
                         SATURDAY! V.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m.                         have been written with 2% to ^verall bull market was based on
                                                                                 3'/i% assumed Interest rates         the Inevitable settlement of this

                RARITAN PRINTING CO.                                            While current interest is suhstan tax loophole, even though it has
                                                                                 tially higher, this is a very vital been known for years that this tux
                                                                                 factor inasmuch as *ny higher would, have to he revised and that
                                                                                                                                                        146 H e n r y S t i e e t — Sou4h A m b o y — P A r k w a y 1- 034C

            433 AUGUSTA STMIT              SOUTH ANWOY, M. J.                    interest derived over and above any revision would not strangle
                                                                                 the assumed rate written on          the growth prospects of this dy-
                        Phone PArkwqy 1- 212]                                    policy largely represents pure namic Industry.                      mi    SAFK AS AMVRK1A - -INVfcST IN U . S . SAVINGS BONDS
       Tfc* SOUTH AM BOY CITIZB*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      , AugwtM}.

Progressive Firemen                         Raymond Safran Named                                                                                                                                     Visits With Family                                        Two Pay $60Each (or
Take 1st Prize in                           Community Chest Initial                   People, Spots In The News                                                                                          Kenneth Miller ha<? re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     turned to Syracuse, N Y.                                  Disorderly Conduct
Allentown Parade                            Gifts DW. Chairman                                                                                                                                     !
                                                                                                                                                                                                     after .sp^nclln^ a week with                                                              Magistrate John Everttt,
     The well-xtressed (or         Raymond Safran, president of                                                                                                                                      his family at 518 Jcrtin fr>t. in municipal court on Mon-
dhould we say best dressed) the Perth Am boy Coal and Oil                            FOWL TACTICS - Lt Cnl                                                                                                H > will trtrrfttnatp hi.s va- day evening Imposed fines
                                                                                                                                                                                                             r
Progressive Fire Co. mem- Co., has accepted the portion of                           Vincent E Osborne. serving                                                                                      fat ion with a flsftiriK trip or $50 plus $10 coatA upon
                                                                                     with U S Army in Wrst O t
                                          of the Initial Gifta Di-
(jerehip received the first chairman the I9flo Rarltan Buy
                                vision of                                            many,-finds his missing jj                                                                                      on |.h<: Canadian bord"r. John Noone, age 20, of 30
prize for the best appearing Community Chest Campaign,                               ball in piirtridge hr-n's; m-\l                                                                                 :u.^«mpanScfJ fcy an fmplo- Hfml<w*k Drive, Partlti; and
Are flighting unit in the Albert J. Cerulo, Reneral chair-                           iri middle of eight iirisri;iii                                                                               , y<'c of CarrUi Corporation Howard Biifrht, age 22, O                                                                 f
                                                                                     bled                                                                                                            of ttymru.s<\ N. Y. where h? I Cllftfwood.
Un« of march In the Allen- man, announced today.
(ton*n, Pa. centennial parade area-wide will hemd an enlarRed
                                   Safran                                                                                                                                                             is r-mployfd in the Research                                                               Noone was arrested on
                                           orgnr.ltntion that will                                                                                                                                                                                                                         j Friday evening by officers
on 8«rtuhtey afternoon. cover Avenel, K«a«bey, Port                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1
Over X00 units were In the Reading, South Amhoy, Car-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        E. OnraulskJ and William
cornpotttion.                   teret, Perth Amboy, Sayreville,                                                                                                                                                                       Noncr                                                j Schwarlck when the police-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Tak<- n'HIr* l h a l appllratt'iri ttur                                          men found a quart of whis-
    Accompanying the local Wooabridce, Ford*, Hopelawn,
                                MadidQn Township and S^wsren
                                                                                                                                                                                                        In '-n ma>1f> t o Ihr Cliv <"',DI.< ii i,i
                                                                                                                                                                                                        fh» <"Uy <•( fiouih A m t v . v S'-vr                                                key, gVaweA and 3 cartona
firemen was the American in an effort to inoreajp substan-                                                                                                                                              .I^rnf-v         f ' j r ft t r r t n * f « - r             n f (*li-fi/ir^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             of soda in his automoWIe
 Legion Band of Bethlehem, tially the amount that has hf*n                                                                                                                                              I f • i H II < ' < > t i n i ! n i | j t l < j f i
                                                                                                                                                                                                        i-      Af»'Iri u             i hir.'•••ip
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             l i r i - n f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ft'i't
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                iM^i'-l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               )-.\ilvn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             while it was perked near
 p». which was awarded sec- raised in the past by thii earn                                                                                                                                             ''hlni-h«r            ' i f6<i M l m w r l l                        A'.'rnj'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hoffman High School.
ond prise In the bend divi- p«ign unit.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ^'IT'IM.         N         J          f ' i f^i'il^               K ' h i m * ' .
                                                                                                                                                                                                        «ti'l J-nfi D. S r f m m a n or I K 2 . W
 sion. The Bethlehem band                                                                                                                                                                                 lnni'iii                           r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Aviruii-. lrvinjf' ''i                              N J              BTlght, who was with
                                                                                                                                                                                                             o ) i j - 1 il'-p.i.           if H o y                   dhi.iild h..
 taM taken top honors in the                                                                                                                                                                            rrnWi           imrn'i)l(it«lv                       In w r l l i n K t o             Noone, was arrested for be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         J.-hii .J T i l K K -                      CHy <'l<rW                                ing drunk and <U«opd«rly.
 1959 Pemvsfylvanla Ameri-                                                                                                                                                                                                        r l                       Bh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tr<nton A v
 can Legion Band competl-1                                                                                                                                                                                                                              frvlnerm N J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              B o t h   received a strong
 tton.                        I                                                                                                                                                                                                   J"«n L Schuman           i                                  warning from the magis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1I«2 W Tnnt'.n Avi-                                        trate.
    Tlie Progreaalve firemen,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   .v J.
 are presently malting plans
  to compete In th« New Jer- i
 stoy Jtoamenia Convention                                                                                                          MAN         -VI \ * U l l K            .ri.< " s t m
                                                                                                                                                                                                               life
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sine* 1000 (he gain in longevity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  John St. Hotise Sold
 Parade which will be held                                                                                                          1- ,1 I   I ' l i n   I < c I i , i i- ( r - . ! < • [ ' .         for U S. inhabitants has been 22                         Mr and Mrj. Clyde
 next month. The local fire-                                                                                                                                                                           years. But an expert, Dr Lout* I.                    of 111 John St., hoy« sold
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dublin, says that the spurt is aver.                 their two-family franr>« dwel-
 men have taken three tro-                                                                                                                                                                             From now until the end of the
  phies during the past four                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ling to Mr. end Mrs. Raphael
                                                                                                                                                                                                       century Americans can hope to                        McDonald. The home if loca-
  years ait'th* firemen's con-                                                                                                                                                                         add only Ave years of life. At
  tentions.                                                                                                                                                                                            thai time the life span may be in-                   ted on o lot 37 by 125 fe#t.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       creased from about 70 to 75                              Jri« firjt floor of the dwel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Medical science has conquered                        ling ha* a three-room apart-
                                                                                      W H A T S M Y I.INI•:'                                                                                           most of the infectious diseases that                  ment coniiifing of one bed-
   MADAME                                                                             yt-.ii   - " ! i l T< I                                                                                          formerly caused high infant mor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       tality. Future gains will depend
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            room, livingroom, kitchen end
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             bath; and the iecond float has
                                                                                                                                                                                                       upon how welt doctors deal with
        •OKKISCOPK                                                                                                                                                                                     disease* of old age.                                  a four room apartment with
                Adttoe                                                Hiid busi-                                                                                                                                                                             two bedroom*, livingroom, kit*
                                             ness firms will tie cmitactcd un-                                                                                                                                                                               chen and bath.
                                             der Safran's leadership for
(Optti 4»ily • mjn to 9 p.m.:
 Sunday by Appointment
                                             pledges U thp I960 campaign
                                                         i
                                             starling- next month and preeed- j
                                             inpf the formal opening of the
                                             full campaign in October.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Tips on Touring                                         McDonald i i a teletype op-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             erator     for Merrill, lynch,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Pierce, Fennef & Smith of New
     44 flMTlV 8THJKT                                                                                                                                                                                               iflyCo'ol lone                           York. He and hii wife, Patri-
                                                 "This year," said Safran, "we                                                                                                                                Women's Trovel Authority                       cio took poj*e$*ion on Aug. 1.
    rtRTH AMBOY. N. J.                       intend to have the finest and
                                             largest working organization to                                                                                                                                   How To Haul A Trailer                             The tale wat made by John
    ftt.                                      call on our people for generous j
                                                                                                                                                                                                           If y o u a n d y o u r f a m i l y ^irivc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Yaremko Jr., for Broker Char-
                                              pledges. I am very happy to say                                                                                                                          w i t h a t r a i l e r on y o u r m \ t v a r a - j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              les Smith of Perih Amboy.
                                              that Mr. Cerulo and I nave al-                                                                                                                           l i o n t r i p , you'll fitnj i l n v i n i ' cji
                                              ready spoken with more than 60                                                                                                                           w i t h t h o h e l p o f ttit-so i'l< u s f
                                              men and everybody has assured                                                                                                                            veterans.
                                              us of his cooperation and his                                                                                                                                  iJon't e x p e c t y o u r UMKII fa^t                                     Jntie's
                                              full efforts as a campaign                                                                                                                               l>ick-up o r i n s t a o t r<'Sfi''j:Mvi-i>cs>;
                                              worker."                                   W A L L S'IKKK'l1 MUST"                                         "
                                                                                                                                  • Mmli-I ..t iU.'A : S H rintii-
        ( HK1ST1AN                             • The names of leaders and so-            p i u c r s s m g service CIMIIIM for N e w York'* financial district
                                                                                                                                                                                                       in traffic, Vou'll h a v t tn s h i f t n v i i f
                                                                                                                                                                                                       o f t e n ; uutomatic trans(nissnn;s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Parl«r
                                              licitors of the Initial Gifta Di-          is oxamiiu'rl by o x c i u i i v i ' s of K V Hutton &. C o , first brok-                                     will take longer tn shift, [<•<<
          SCIKNCK                              vision will be announced in the           e r a g e firm to .sign u p fur centti'^ SITVICP.                                                                                                                                           HAIR CUTTING
                                               near future,                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Spvciollxlng \n
           MONITOR                                Safran, a graduate of Rut-
                                               gers College and the Rutgers                                                                                                                                                                                            ilNTtNG and 1 MINUTE
               »M INTERNATIONAL                 University Law School, is a past I
           •   OillT   «[W5fAM»                president of the YMHA an<*                                                                                                                                                                                               PERMANENT WAVING
                                                Congregation Shaarey Tefiloh                                                                                                                                                                                                 (No Ch.mlcoU}
                                                and is an active member of the
  Good Reading                                  board of director* of the Com-                             A UaU a Quilt, and Four                                                                                                                                              118 So. SMvan •
                                                munity Cheat, the Elks and the                                                                                                                                                                                                     \mtxrjr, N*w J«ri*y
                                                New Jersey Bar Association.                                   Pieces at Bread
  for the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Phone PArkway 1 0867
  Whole Family                                             RARITAN
                                                                                                                He came to me. this child of three,
                                                                                                                HIB eyes all full of expectancy.
                                                                                                                "I'm playing house. I need." he said,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    OV£* 25 YEARS KXPERJEHf*


   •News                                                    DINER
                                                                                                                "A quilt, a hat, and four pieces of bread."
                                                                                                                Re paid for them with money of stone.                                                        Drivo slower                                             DOWNS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     j
      •Facts                                      • OPEN 24 HOURS
                                                                                                                And on a horse of stick, alone,
                                                                                                                Galloped forth in a cloud'of friends
                                                                                                                To a secret spot where the long bough bends.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         tra careful to a
                                                                                                                                                                                                         e x t r a Wfi^ht ncriU a 1--niri-r
                                                                                                                                                                                                         pinp rJistancc. Alwnv< u.-t
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   •Family Features                              — FRIDAY SPECIAL —                                             Did this same skinny horse mean much more,
                                                                                                                As It raised the dost on the cabin's dirt floor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       j (rear in RC'jinp downliill.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             When passing, or turiiint
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ners, romembor trie c \ i r n I
 ' The Chrlsttan Scianot Monitor                  Fish Platter 85c                                              To the barefoot boy In homespun whq begged
                                                                                                                A quilt, a hat, and four pieces of bread?
                                                                                                                                                                                                         behind you, Whrn hackint; ui a i m
                                                                                                                                                                                                       i t h e rear of thf trailer, n t Uii                         EUGENE A. MORRIS
   One Norway St., Boiton 15, Mass.                                                                                                                                                                      of the car. This'U taku a
     jand your n*wipop«r for the tim«                SHRIMP PLATTER                                             Did the same bent bouch shelter both boys.                                               turn than usual.                                  , Oil* 6 Vamiahe$
   checked. Enclaud find my ch«ck or                SCAUOP PtATTER                                              Woo preferred Imagination to toys.                                                           Watch sharfi curves. Thr              $rushf8, Glaea, Bronzei
   money grdar. 1 y«or $18 Q
                                              (Two Vegetables - Pptatots)
                                                                                                                And a mind (hat moves free; where there's                                                                   <
                                                                                                                                                                                                         has a tendency t > 'wl-.H'" h<c\< i •   >   Gold Leaf, €tain«, ECcf
   « month* $9 •    3 month* J4.50 D                                                                                  nothing to wind.                                                                   your lan«.
                                              (Dinner* tq fjo out at all time*)                                 Or Jump the track, or lose and find*                                                         Attach a heavy trailer \n tii>-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         WALL PAPER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 <
                                                                                                                                                                                                         car frame —not just t > the liunnur
                                                                                                                In the unencumbered rime of pretend.                                                     Many states require a >afr(\
                                                      UNKNOWN DATA                                              All they1 need are a few good friends                                                    chain. Better check.                       tS3 Firat Stt So.
                                                Without the wheel, mechanical                                   And some simple props as old as Ned—                                                         Is the view from ynur siili-vj(.-w
                       Addr«u                 ind industrial civilization would be                              A quilt, a hat, and four pieces of bread.                                                mirror obstructed? Got a "west-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dial PAtkway 1-0+3$
                          "Zone   Slot*       impossible, yet nohody knows                                                                                  ANN T. SEALS                                 ern" or l'irip-armed job.
               CHy
                                    PB-14     when, where or by whom this all-                                                                                                                               Also check whether your tail          • N \m n i i i t ; i v i i t l \ c l \ t l i n i : ; ,
                                              important device was invented.                                                                                                                             lights, turning blinker ami stop but no colkgc footbdli couch
                                                                                                                                                                                                         light can be seen. U s e hand sig- i ^ i ijot .1 p.i\ increase fur
                                                                                                                                                                                                         nals. A s an extra precaution, put
                                                                                                                                                                                                         reflecting tape on the back of t\w KuiKhiij; cli.ir.it u-t during i
                                                                                                                                                                                                         trailer.




    PENNIES FROM HEAVEN points, but ifthree sideworth 100
                          Each red
                                       your
                                            is
                                                 holds all
        One of the chief reasons fur eijjru threes it is worth 1,000
                                                                                       Back-fo

                                                                                                 School
    Canaata's continued popularity Is points.
    the number of high-scoring vari-            Among the requirements for
    ations constantly being developed initial meld:
    On the original game. Among the Minus—15; 0 to 495—50; 500 to
    b**t of thete new games and one 995—90; 1000 to 1495—120: 1500 or
    Of t b e                                 more—150.
    highest                                     Wild cards may be melded
    •««rlag                                  apart from natural cards, and a
                                             canasta of wild cards count 1,000.
             e« to                           But the discard pile may not be

     tftflatlon
    tmmm in
            devel-                           taken when topped by a wild
                                             card.
                                                Totfoout, a side must have at
                                             least four canastas—one of wild
                                                                                                           special
    f                                        cards (1000), one of sevens
                                              (1500). one natural and one
                                             mixed in any ranks (800).
                                                Game Is 26.000 points; hence
     tout perhaps best known by the ci>l it's appeal to Canasta fans who                                ...ROYAL'S NEW                                                                   Twin Pak, the only
     Orful name Pennies from Heaven love a high-scoring game.
         la general, the rule* of Canasta        A new leaflet has Just been                                                                                                             quick change ribbon
     are followed except that the game published which contains the offi-
      If tot fix players, In two partner- cial rules for Pennies from
              , partners sitting alternately Heaven and (our other new
               decks of 92 card* each are Canasta games: Quinella. Tampa.
            1, plus eight jokers, making a Hollywood Canasta, and Mexi-
                                                                                               FUTURA S00                                                                                Magic* margin... easiest known
                                                                                                                                                                                         method of setting margins                                               Top TRADE-IN
      giant pack of 216 card*.                can*. Called "Ten Game* of
          tn the deal, each plsyer re- Cana*ta," the handy leaflet «l«o
      ceive* 19 cards plus~a parftet of has the rules for such well-known
      11 additional card*, dealt face C»n»»ta variation* a* Samba,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Allowances
      down before him. Ho may pick Chile, Uruguay, Bolivia and Cut-
      up this packet only after he has Throit Canasta plus the official
      completed his first canasta.                                                                          liar him IVi nling                                                                                                                         on Your Old Typewriter
          No seven may be discarded tin Canasta rule*. For your free copy,
                                              •und a
       ttt both altie* have completed a envelope stamped, self-addr«Med
                                                        to Playing Card*, 420
                                                                                                                               Authorized ROYAL Typewriter Dealer
       canasta of seven*, which count*
       1.S00. No seven may be discarded Lexington Avenue, New York 17,                                    433 AUGUSTA STREET                                                                     SOUTH AMBOY. N. J.
       In going out.                           N. Y.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Easy Terras
                                                                                                                                                   PArkway 1 2121
                                                                                                                                                                     Thurtdoy, Augmr 13,
            SOUTH AMBOY CITI1K*
                                                                                                                                                                  Drum and Bugle Corps
Service Notes                         WEDDINGS
   Graduated July 25 from GROVE! — GtZYBOWSKl
                                                                                                                                      OBITUARY                    Wins First Prize in Pa.
the Senior Platoon Leaders     The marriage of Miit Mary                                                                                                           The Melroae Drum and
                                                                                                                                  HTFflJEN DOBRYNSKI
Candidates Course at Ma-Ann Grbver, daughter of Mr.                                                                                3teph«n J. Dobrynskl, 59, Bugle Corp* participated in
rine Corps Schools, Quantl- and Mrs. William Grover of                                                                          or A38 CHonge Pt., died Sun- a Junior drum and bugle'
eo, Va., was Martin J. Metz- 355 Moin St., to John J. Grey-                                                                     day. Augustft,in Monmouth corps competition on Sat-
ger, son of Mr. and Mrs.     bowski, ton of Mr. and Mr«.
                                                                                                                                M<*mqri*l Hospital, Long urday in Emmaus, Pennayl-
Louis Metzger of 208 Bor-John Gnybowslfi of 344 Col-                                                                            Branch, R>lWw1ng a short vtanla, and >won first prize.
dentown Ave., So. Amboy. fax Ave., Perth Amboy, wot                                                                             Illness. >                        The corps marched with5
    He Joined the Marine solemnized at 10:00 a.m. Nup-                                                                              A natfve and lifelong res- the Maflawan First Aid'
Corps Program while a stu- tial Matt in St. Mary's Church                                                                       Mont ol South Amfboy, he Bquad.
dent at Monmouth College. Saturday.                                                                                             wan hurt employed by the
   He Is one of 2,000 stu-     The Rl. Rev. M»«r. French
                                                                                                                                City of *ruth Amboy. He
dents seeking commissions    J. Sullivan performed the
offered try the Marine double ring ceremony.
                                                                                                                                was a ocrmxnunid&nt of the        Home Economics
                                                                                                                                Sacred Heart Church here*
Corps to selected collegians    Mits Mory Jane* Warga of
who complete the required South Amboy, wat Ihe maid o*
                                                                                                                                   Surviving are his parents      Briefs
                                                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. John Dobryn-          For a quick creamy sauce
military training during the honor. The bride»moid» in-                                                                         skd of South Amboy; a sis- for puddings or fresh fruit,
summer months and grad- cluded Mist Susan Munn, Mitt                                                                            ter, Miss Mary Dabrynskl rook a package of vanilla
uate from an accredited Mory Undo Hahn, Mitt Donna                                                                              of Smith Amfboy and two pudding mix according to
college.                     Ryan, all of South Amboy, and
                                                                                                                                tomtfhers, Charles of South directions on the package
   During the 6-week course Mist Betty Thomas of East                                                                           Amrboy and Andre* of Lin- using one and a half cups
the prospective officer was Brunswick.      Miss   Elizabeth
                                                                                                                                den.                            of milk. Then fold In one
trained in close combat,      Grxybowski of Perth Amboy,
                                                                                                                                    Puneml services w e r e cup of heavy cream whip-
rifle markmanship, combat wot the junior bridesmaid.                                                                            he-Id Wednesday at 8:30 a.ped.              This       will give yon
equipment, first aid and William Grzybowsk! of Per-                                                                             m. from the Kurzawa Fu- about three and a half cups
leadership.                  th Amboy was the best man.
                                                                                                               Acucrs /A/       neral Home, and at 9ft.m of sauce.
                                     Ushering were Peter Anderson
     James Fnman, son of Mr.of Perth Amboy, Williom Em-                                                                         In the Sacred Heart Church'
and Mr*. JamM W. Inman of erick of North Brunswick,                                                                             where a solemn High Re-            A basic hreakrast menu
478 South Pine Ave., was re- James Grover of South Amboy                                                                        qpnieTn Mass was offered.       that adds up to only slight-
cently assigned to Fort Dix for and Ronald Rots and Thomas                                                                            Interment was In tt\e more than 400 calories
                                                                                                                                                                ly
fnfantry bask framing.               GorVa both of Perth Amboy.                                                                 church cemetery.                consists of a half cup of
     Joseph R. Lotkowicz of 106          The couple are traveling                                                                                               fre^h orange Juice, o n e
Augusta St., was among six through! the New England                                                                                MICHAEL CEOPANESE            ounce of dry cereal, one
men who left last week from States on their wedding trip                                                                            M/IBgt. Michael 8. Cro-cup of skim milk, one tea-
Local Board 32, Perth Amboy, and upon returning wfll reside                                                                     panese of 33 Merrltt Avev spoon sugar, two slices of
for induction into the U. S. 112 $. Feltut St., South Am-
                                     at                                                                                         died Friday, Aug. 7th In the enriched white bread and
Armed Forces.                        boy.                                                                                       St. Alban's Naval Hospital, one teaspoon butter.
     James Gioffre, 17, of 5ouJh                                                                                                L. I., folKrwlng a two-month
                                         The bride attended St.
Amboy, and Cerald E. McCor-                                                                                                      HVneias.                          Celery is not Just an ac-
                                     Mary's High School and is em-
thy, 17, of Parlin, were among                                                                                                      After serving 13 months cessory to a meal. It can
                                     ployed by Flagstaff Liquor Co.,
the 26 men who enlisted in the                                                                                                  in Kttre*. he returned to' be one of the vegetables,
                                     Perth Amboy.
X^onne Corps during July, ac-                                                                                                    the UrrtUd Statea where rife served cooked or raw. A
                                         Her husband it a graduate
cording to Sgt. Harold Retz-                                                                                                    became IB and. entered the <gcod way to use -the outer
                                     of Perth Amboy High School.
laff of the Marine Corps re-                                                                                                     bosptfel. He was with the Stalks of a otinch of celery
cruiting office.                                                                                                                 U. 8. Axtny for 18 years and is to remove any strings,.
     After being inducted in New
York City, the men were trans-  Sayreville High School                                                                           was a native or Brooklyn. cut stalks crosswise quite
                                                                                                                                      Surviving are his wife,. fine and mix with a little
ferred to PorrJs Island for
obout 1 2 weeks of boot train-
                                To Be Voted on Oct. 6                                                                            Mrs.     Florence Pl-ucinskl French dressing.
                                                                                                                                 Oropanese, tw« s o n s ,
ing       Additional training in          Octoofber ftth has been set
                                      as the date for a special                                                                  Thomas and Gary, both at          You can make your own
advanced infantry tactics and                                                                                                    home; hi* parents, Mr. ana ontton bxms with standard
hand-to-hand combat wiil be           election where by the resid-
                                                                                                                                 Mrs. Euge,nk> Cropinese; hot roll mix merely by add-
given them at Camp LeJeune,
N. C. for four weeks.
                                      ents of this borough may
                                      vote on a referendum au-
                                      thorizing the Issuance of
                                                                  UNIONS URGED                  Wmm h Doll
                                                                                                Contest Announced
                                                                                                                                 two alstWs, Mrs. Clam Fos- ing to a package of mix
                                                                                                                                 ter and Mrs. Phyllis Impel- one cup of chopped onion
     Depending upon the dqte
their training is completed, the
men expect Jo be home fot a
                                      bonds in.the amount of $3,-
                                      425,000 for bhe construction
                                                                  TO BACK BOND                                                   lizzero of Brooklyn; a n d cooked until tender but not
                                                                                                   The results of the Doll Con- two brothers,       Kugene of
                                                                                                test, field Friday, August 7th, Coney Island and Frank ot •brown In two tablespoons
 20-day leave early in Decem-
                                      of a new sc&ool.                        Union members throughout New
                                                                                                under Ihe auspices of the South Brooklyn.                        af butter. Add onions to the
ber. They will then go to
                                          The Board of Education Jersey were urged last night toAmboy       Recreation Commis-                                   dry mix and proceed ac-
iheir permanent assignments,
                                      set the date at its meeting take active roles in the campaign
                                                                                                sion ot rh» City Hal? Play-          Funerol services w e r e cording to package direc-
same going to school, others
                                      on Monday evening In the lor approval of the |66 i «0^ot,r 0 |.
                                                                                                ground have been announced. held Wednesday at, 8:30 a. tions.
to aviation duty and others t » c
                                      administration                       lege
                                                                building. lo't. B&rid Issue on the Nov. 1-lj«l-
                                                                                                           t
                                                                                                   THf winners, (announced by
                                                                                                                                 m. from "Home for Fune-
sea or shore duty.
                                      The resolution was carried              "Expansion of New Jersey's pub-
                                                                                                                                  rafa," Ifee Oundrum Serv-         Eggs are always a good
                                                                                                John Zdanewicx, of the first
                                      iby a unanimous vote of the lic colleges will mean our children                            ice, flolkywed at 9 a. m. at choice for quick meals. If
                                                                                                and second prizes respectively
                                       eight members present. will not be denied the opportunity                                  St. Mary's R. C. Ohuroh you usually serve them
                                  1                                                             (n the various categories are
                                 ,n Paul Karbowskl, president, to attend college close to home at                                by a High Requiem Maas.
 "Manager of the Month                was ateen/t.                                              as follows:
                                                                           a reasonable cost," James S. Has
                                                                                                                 Oldest, Kathy
                                                                                                HenoVtcks and Veronica Vail;
                                                                                                                                                                 fried, try them broiled au
                                                                                                                                     Interment was in Sacred gnatln sometime. To pre-
 Award Given To Perth j                    The board held a forum in
                                        Jane when the plans were out-
                                                                           kins, field representative for the
                                                                                                SfncHest, Peggy Kurtz and
                                                                           statewide Citizens Committee for
                                                                                                                                  Heart Cembtery.                pare, fry them In a skillet
                                                                                                                                                                 on top of the range until
                                                                                                Je.an Norek. Largest, Denis*
 Amboy Theatre Manager                  lined by the board'a architect,    College Opportunities, told them
                                        Albert Green, »nd by Dr. R. at a dinner in the Rutgers Uni-
                                                                                                Clark ond Kathy Mandel;            MRS. ROBERT CARTER            whites begin to set. Sprinkle
      Joseh Sommers, manager of         S. Polltck, superintendent of      versity commons.     Pf*tti«$t, Kathy Keays and Di-        Mrs. Florence Everltt with grated cheese and
 the Majestic Theatre in Perth          schools.                              The union men are attending i
                                                                                                an* Norek; tost Dressed, Lynn    Garter, wlho resided with place under the broiler un-
 Amboy, was recently awarded               The proposed high school,       ooe-week labor program abort
                                                                                                sufkard and Sandra Skeviok; her daughter, Mrs. Ray-              til done as desired.
 a first prize cash award in the according to Green, would con-            course at the university. Ifee Citi-
                                                                                                Most life like, Kalhy Downs mond P. Tortoush of 1156
                                        sist of a two-story front section  zens Committee is conducting an
 "Manager of the Month" Con-                                                                    and Susan Sultivan; Most Un- Martdne Ave., Plalnfield,
                                        with a gym on one end and Information campaign on tbe need
 'est conducted by the Walter           auditorium at the other with a                          ique, Susan Coan and Mary died Monday, Aug. 10 in • Many a man has admired
                                                                           for the College Bond Issue.
 Reade Theatre organization for         library in the center.                                  Hofrifan; Funniest, Nancy El- FootWH
                                                                              The State Federation of Labcr,                                  Acres    Nursing a handsomely tanned blonde,
 the month of March, April and              The proposed school would                           lison and Judy Sounders;
                                                                           A.F.L., and the State C.I.O. Coun-                     Home, Neshanlc. She was never guessing that her beauty
 May, 1959, it was announced            accommodate 1.&00 students                              Foreign DoH», Kathy Gorford' the widow of Robert A. Car-
                                                                           cil have endorsed the Coll*ge Bond                                                    was only skin dope.
 by Walter Reade, Jr., circuit          and would include a total of                            ooo* Mary Ellen Prusokowski; ter.
                                                                           Issue, Haskins reminded the aodi-
 president.                             61 rooms.                          ence.                Floats, Patrkia Coan and Fran-       Born In South Amboy 78
      Sommers was the first prize          The board's secretary, S. J.       The College Bond Issue is tbe fi-
                                                                                                cis Lenahan. Carrtoges, Mary years agio, Mm. Carter had
                                        Malik, read a letter from the       nancial step in a plan to expand
 winner for the month of Aptil,         State Department of Education                           Roberts and Arleen Zsak.          resided in Plalnfield i$
 for his outstanding promotions                                             the public colleges so a predicted                                                              Today Thru Satunfaryl
                                        last night giving approval for                             There were more than one years.
                                                                            shortage of space for thousands ot                                                   John Wayne - William Holder)
 during the recent Hollywood            th* construction of the pro- qualified New Jersey young peo-
                                                                                                hundred entrants in the con- Besides her daughter, ahe
                                         posed Samsel School in the ple may be averted.                                                                             • i d * wh«r« th» Cr««r O n t i Go
  Academy Awards presenta-                                                                      test.                             is survived by one son, Bv-
 tions and for his all-around           Sayre Woods section.                                                                                                         "THE HOUSE SOUME1S"
                                            As the result of the approval,                         On this Friday, August 14th, e-rttt A. Carter of Montreal,                    • ^ Color —
  good exploitation of the mo-
                                         tbe board will receive bids at                         a Costume Contest will be held Canada; one brother, Wal-
                                                                                Epitaph—A statement that                                                                       . . . plus . . .
 tion pictures played at his thea-       an adjourned meeting to be lies above the one who lies                                   ter Everitt of Philadelphia,
                                                                                                ot t h * City Hall Playground.                                              Mamie Van Doren
  tre.                                   held Aug. 20 at 7:30 p. in. Bids                                                         and two sisters, Mrs. Char- "GUNS, GltLS A GANGSTEtS".
       "Manager of the Month"            will be opened at 8 p. m.            below.
                                                                                                                                  les Woodtagiton of Colllngs-
  edsh prizes are awarded to the                                                                                                  wood and Mrs. Helen Bar-          Sunday — Monday — T«i«d«y
  theatre manager who does the
  best over-all job in advertii-
                                lions Club Visits                                                                                 tow of CRiliornla; 6 grand- Bing Crotby - Debbie Reynold*
                                                                                                                                  children and one great-                 "SAY ONE FOR ME"
                                Newark Brewery
  ing, exploitation, public rela-
  tions and physical theatre
                                                                                                                                   grandjchlld.
                                                                                                                                     (Services were held at the
                                                                                                                                                                            Cln*iraS«ftp« - Color
                                           The South Amboy Lions Gub                                                                                                           . . . plgt . . .
  management        each     month.                                                                                               Memorial Funeral Home in                    Audit/' Murphy
  Theatre managers of the more         fost week conducted a but
                                                                                                                                   Plain field on Wednesday "CAST A LONG SHADOW"
  than forty Walter Reade Thea- trip to a Newark Brewery as a                                                                      afternoon, Aug. 12. Inter-
   tres in New Jersey and New feature of its summer activities.                                                                    ment tn Reading, Mass.
  York area a/e in direct comp- The trip was held immediately
   etition with each other every following a dinner meeting
   month in the "Mortogei of the held at John's Half Way


                                                                   Pine Liquor Store
                                       House. Edword Munn was in                                                                                                              NOTICE
   Month" Contest.
       This employee activity of the
   Reads Organization has been
                                       charge of arrangements.
                                           It was announced that nexl
                                       month the club will start its
                                                                                                                                   Watotfcrtir                    TAKE NOTICE that ap-
                                                                                                                                                              plication has been made to
                                                                                                                                                              the Borough Council of the
                                                                                                                                                              Borough of Sayreville,, to
   in operation for many years
                                                                                                                                                              transfer to ROBERT E. LEE
   and has proven to be one of felt schedule of activities which
   the more successful employee will include an expanded blind
    programs conducted by the
   organization.
                                       and sight conservation pro-
                                       gram.                       103 S. PINE AVE.
                                                                                          — NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT —

                                                                                                 SOUTH AMBOY, N.J.                         20th                INN, a Corporation of the
                                                                                                                                                               State of New Jersey T / A
                                                                                                                                                               HOBERT E. LEK INN the
                                                                                                                                                              plenary retail         consumption
                                                                                                                                                             ' license C-l£, heretofore issued
  '•fclm«vtinit«>sr«fihriiTiniiiii

                               MARKET
                                                            III
                                                                          Ptwne PArkway 1-1942                                    Anniversary                  to Betty * a n e Pulvermuller
                                                                                                                                                                t / A Robert E. Lee Inn, prerrt-
                                                                                                                                                               ISVH known aa Highway 35,
                                                                                                                                                                Morgan, Sayreville, New Jer-

                                  SOUTH
                              OUTSTAMOtMQ
                                           *mor*
                                                                                       We Deliver                                    Sale                       sey.
                                                                                                                                                                              (signed)
                                                                                                                                                                           ROBERT E. LEE INN
                                                                                                                                                                    Forrest A. R. Wills, Pros.
                                                                                                                                                                          971 Ross Street
                                Cmrrftmg • fwll Hue * f
         QUALITY MEATS A GROCERIES
                                                                              ptpular brands of Beer on Ice                         FRANK'S
                                                                                                                                                                       Uuhway, New Jers«y
                                                                                                                                                                54»rcus I. Blum, Vice Proa. £
                                                                                                                                                                Treasurer
         Fresh Vegetables -Ice Cream -Frozen Foods                                    at all tines                                                                      . 905 Ross Street
                                                                                                                                  fctio - Etetrk • TV                  Rahway, New Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                     Donald Steinberg, Sec'y.
     230 N Fi'Uus Street                  South Amboy, N. J                                                                             AMMANCIS                           *:
                                                                                                                                                                          121 Ai-me Street
              For Free.Delivery Diot PArkwoy 1 -0226                    M l lines of liquor, (fines, Brandy                                                           KJizalieth, Now Jerecy
                                                                                                                                                                    Tru; foretto'iijf alno con-
                                                                                                                                                                stitutes the entire Board of
             Li<                                   ••«••••••!                                                                     ' 111 N. MOAOWAV SO. AMtOV
                                                                                                                                                                Directors.
                                                                                                                                                                                         WD
                                                                                                                                                                 [Jilted: ALJtrust 3rd, 1 B
       Th#> KOI Til AMBOY 4                                                                                                                                                                                                       Thurtdoy,        August      ) 3,   )959


New Technique Adopted                                               Formal for Fall                       Navigators in County                      VA Advises Korean Veterans                                                 50ih Anniversary
in First Aid Classes                                                                                      Waters to Get                                                                                                        Celebrated by Mcrskis
   T V 11mouthlrviiinulh" artificial                                                                      Small Craft Warnings                      To File Now for College Aid                                               Mr fi-ntl Mr:. PHer Merskl
                                                                                                                       The VHrran* Adminiatration in                                                                        t.l ii',2 t'wl.vki Ave., Biyre-
rfsptration (whnlf|ii*toradult* and                                            Small craft storm warning signal* New Jersey today urged all Korea                                    signed. Thr veteran ihoulrl «.rnri     vilU- (;f:lr;br:ited their Rolden
children h « boon officially adopted                                       are being planned far three: key                                                                          it, along with a photostat or rprh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            wedding unnlvpr.sary Sun-
hy th« American R*<J Cro.™, Dr                                                                                      veterans planning to start school la                             fled copy of hit separation paper,
                                                                                                                                                                                     to the VA regional office serving hi* day.
                                                                           point* along Middlesex County*
William H. Cole, chairman. Nfw                                                                                      the fall "not to get caught in the
                                                                           waterfront as a service to pleaaure                                                                       area                                      They attended a Man of.
BruOawlck Chapter, announced                                                                                        ruth "
                                                                           boat owners.                                                                                                 «. The application should get lo Thankvglving at St. Stanls-
    Th€ Red Crn«* will besln im-                                                                                      ."They should tpply under the
                                                                               Steve Kafka, area harbormaater        Korea GI Bill immediately," T. V.                               VA as soon as possible       Thi< will laii>; Church with their chil-
mediately to teach thf method in                                           commander, said aignal pobita #111
 it* Yirat aid and water safety                                                                                      Williams, manager of the Newark                                 enable VA to smooth out any snags       dren &t grandchildren Open
                                                                           be established in the RartUn JUver        Regional Office said.                                           before school begins                    house was held throughout
 cnurtei throughout the nation                                             and (he Arthur Kilt-at Perth Am-                                                                             7. A veteran with        oYpendenh
    Red Crota has published an in-                                         boy where both bodies of water
                                                                                                                        Nearly a half-million veteraaa                                                                       the day for members of the
                                                                                                                     are expected to be in training this                              should have the nccevsary proof of
struction manual for volunteer                                             meet Raritan Bay-am! at the i fail and VA regional offices toe                                             dependency ready when VA asks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             family and frlenda.
data Instructors. Dlstrlbutloa to                                          mouth of Cheea«quak« Creek where                                                                           for it. For a wife, this should be        Mr. and Mrs. Merckt were
                                                                                                                     nation over will be operating at full-
the New Brunswick Chaptn- in                                               U flow* into the bay.                     speed to handle their papers. By                                 a photostat of the marriage certi-     married at Saint Mary's
       p                                                                       The "Baker flag" used to warn         applying now, a veteran can beat                                 ficate, for a child, a photostat ot     Church In Sou h Riv.r on
    Instructions on this resuscitation                                     small craft owtwrs will be hoisted        the rush and can eliminate any                                   the btrth certificate.                         t 9, 1909. Five ol their
                                                                           when storm . trouble U ahead in                                                                               I . A veteran should lake atone             children are siill liv-
art:                                                                                                                 chance of a delay at the laat min-
                                                                           the hay. Kafka said thka service                                                                           enough money of hi* own to tide
    If forelfn matter Is vitible in the                                                                              ute.
                                                                                                                                                                                      him over the first two months ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    They are: Joseph and
mouth, wipe it out with the fingm                                          will be available before the end of           The VA issued an ei»M point                                                                          EJv/ard of PreTident Park;
                                                                           this season.                                                                                               training. It La ken about that lonp
or with « cloth wrapped around                                                                                       check list:                                                                                              Fiank and Mrs. Florence
                                                                               Hit command now include* a                                                                              ordinarily, lor his first monthly Gf
the flnfers.                                                                                                             1 Since the law allows a veteran                              check lo reach him                     Troganowskl of Pjrlin and
    Tilt the head back so the                                              squadron each to patrol the FUiri-        lo change his GI course only ofice.
                                                                           tan River, Ctwetequak* Creek and           he should give plenty of advance                                    Payments can be marie only alter    Mrs. Jennie Krjmikiciewicz
chin points upward. Pull or push                                                                                                                                                       each month of training is com of South Amboy Trr.y also
the Jaw into a jutting-out position.                                       Arthur KDI and rUritan Bay.                thought to hit goal and training pro-
This should free the airway by                                                 The warning signals will be part       gram.                                                            pleted. and not before. Before VA      have 14 grand'hlldrt-n.
                                                                           of a system established this year.                                                                         may make a payment, it must re-
 movinf the base of the tongue                                                                                           2. If he it undecided about what
                                                                            hy the state Bureau -V Navigation                                                                         ceive a certification Mgned by the
 away from the back of the throat.                                                                                    to train for, he may ask lor VA
                                                                            In cooperation with the U. S vocational counseling,                                                       veteran and his school, slating he
    Open your mouth wide and place
 it tightly over the victim's mouth.
 At the tame time, pinch the vic-
                                                                            Weather Bureau.
                                                                                Kafka said that in the case of
                                                                                                                         3. He should be sure (hat his
                                                                                                                      course has been Gl-approvtd by the
                                                                                                                      State in which the school is located.
                                                                                                                                                                                      had been in class all month
                                                                                                                                                                                        VA is allowed 20 days, under the
                                                                                                                                                                                      law, after receipt of certifications
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CROSS
 tim's nostrils shut or dose the noa-                                       storm, Raritan Bay would be the                                                                           to get checks in the mail.
 trils with your cheek, or close the                                        major trouble spot. Thia is why           VA regional offices — and not VA
 victim's mouth aed place your >KF WHITK for f.ilt is hruuiifiil flag polnU wJU be established at                     headquarters in Washington. D. C.                                                                                             ONLY
  mouth over the noae. Blow into the UK HIIOWTI in « mijt »nd % length the entrances to It from the sec-              — can furnish information about
  victim's mouth or nose. Air may foal hy MunrhfMrr Mod?*. The tion* of the New Jeraey waterfront
 be blown through the victim's fabric i* I.imoge hy Millikrn Wool- patrolled by hit three •quadrana.
                                                                                                                       approved courses.
                                                                                                                          4. He should make all his own                                    JJu                    Shop
  teeth, even If clenched.              »n«, a diagonal weav* with lot* of      Included in the state system of        arrangements for gaining admis-                                                        O
     Turn your headtothe aide, and texture inter«it. Thf fin«l suit mid Hag warnings is tin provision that             sion to hi* school before he even                                              Aitfcl** . CKwth D M *
                                        raccoon collared «o»t also romtt                                               file* hi* application with VA.                                 !
  listen for the return rush of air                                          all state patrol boats and the pri-
  that indicates air exchange. 1U- n red and royal blue in «izes vate patrol boats operated by vol-                       5. The GI training application                              [ J6O ITATI ST., f ItTH AMtOY, N ). i
                                        8-18.
  peat the Mowing effort                                                     unteer marine police thanflythe. should b« completely filled out and                                             *t»n« HllkrMl 2-2677
     For a child, take relatively shal-                                      "Baker flag" when there'a weather
  low breaths, appropriate to the                                            trouble ahead.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            —    amm
  child's aixe, at the rate of about 10
  a minut*.Fw an adult blow vigor-
  ously, ahfht 12 breaths a minute.
     la Initial failure to get air ex-
  change, up-end a child by the an-
                                                                                                           LIST RHEUMATIC
                                                                                                           FEVER WARNINGS
                                                                                                                                                                                                Frank's Market
   kles and administer two or three
  •harp alaps between the shoulder                                               A free reference pamphlet. "Ho*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        4 Where Quality Rules"
   blade*. An adult can be turned on                                         You Can Protect Your Child
   hit aide for the blows.                                                                                                  Come now, and let us rea-
      Reacuera who do not wish to
                                                                              Against Rheumatic Fever." is
                                                                              available through the Middlesex          son together, saith the Lord:                                                                                 — Serving <—
   came in contact with the victim                                           County Heart Assn.                         though your sins be as scar-
   may-hold a cloth over the latter's                                           The pamphlet ti«ts seven warn-          let, they shall be as white as                                                                         South Amboy & Viciniry
   mouth or nose, and breathe through                                         ing symptoms For parents. It warns        snow...— (Isaiah 1:18.)
   that. The cloth does not greatly af-                                       that a doctor should be called im-
   fect the change of air.
                                                                                                                            No man should ever lose
                                                                              mediately when a sore throat or           heart, hate himself for the                                                                                  For 30 Years
                                                                              one of the' other symptoms Is no-
                                                                              ticed, to ward off streptococcus In-      wrong thinga he haa done—
                                          Q. What Is the name of this cut     fection.                                  for God, Our Father, is ever                                                Free Parking — Checks Cashed Free
              BREEZY                                                             Such "strep" infections, it points     merciful to forgive his truly
                                             of meat?                                                                                                                                                (Open Thursday & Friday Evening* Until 9:00)
                                                                              out, may lead to rheumatic fever           repentant children and prive
                                          A. Top Round Steak.                  and possible lasting heart damage         them a new, clean chance to                                      611 BORDENTOWN AVE                                SOUTH AMBOY, N . J.
                                                                   Q. Where dona it come from and             "Rheumatic fever causes, more     begin   again.
                                                                      how is It Identified?                long-time crippling Illness in chil-                                           Free Delivery — Phone PArkwav 1-0276 - 0277
                                                                   A. It comes from the round of           dren than any other disease," SOM
                                                                      the carcass. This cut is the         explained. "It particularly attacks
                                                                      boneless top or Inside muscle        children of school age. It may af-
                                                                      of the beef round. Outer sur-        fect many parts of the body. Often
                                                                      face Is partially covered by-
                                                                      fat. Generally speaking. It Is
                                                                                                           it strikes the heart and sometimes
                                                                                                           the bad effect on the heart is last-
                                                                                                                                                                                    HORSE TALK
                                                                      considered the most tender            ing."
                                                                      of the beef round cuts.                 Distribution of the pamphlet is
                                                                                                            another step in A the Middlesex
                                                                   Q. How Is It prepared?                   County Heart Association's cam-             ACKOSS T H I MAUD—l«tti»s • h m I—                        ttablc, tiaincr and tieck arc "ready," plut
                                                                   A. It Is prepared hy braising, a         paign to halt rheumatic fever. The          I—) (win, pUei and tKow); tfcui • $2 t«m-                 inttinct, mmt at hon* and whatnot.
                                                                       moist heat method of meat            current pamphlet makes a handy                    $c**t cart* ta.                                     IMPOST—-Ttie wtigM a hone carrict, dc-
                                                                       cookery. The meat is browned         addition to home medicine cabinets.                                                                   termftied by p'tt record of the h«rtt *nd. in
                                                                       in lard or drippings and                It has been prepared by the                              — H<MM      t>«iiv*r;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the caie of apprtnticei, the lockty.
     Sk* brings out * « ntMwra                                         cooked slowly in a small              American Heart Assn. and can be
                                                                       amount of liquid.                                                                                                                          LIVE ONE—A hotu thaft pnm«d to win.
          T
         T IWrrTDVl                 M ^B^I^I'Ta^"^                                                          obtained by writing the Middlesex           •AT—TK«            "T\\u\               * b«tt«f~
     er^ataBua^BiMMak.    4)U^^B>    B ^ A I   ^kk..^&^BVaVaK ^F                                             County Htart Assn., 727 RariUa                                                                       Alto a "ready" hone.
     LvVKfrTl             jvr        W1*F      HfBIIH/                                                                                                  [IM V*«* t>>* "Wp too muck),
                                                                                                             Aw., Highland Park, or calling                                                                       MORNING GLORY—A hone that > great
                                                                                                             the office.                                •LAZE—H*m'« «Wt m*ifcnf on hit face.                      rtuff in the A.M. piecticc but wilts when
         Co«ee>rwforh«r /bwraf
                                                                                                                                                        •tlMKltS—TVt Hood worn by a Mfvotn                        your 12 it down.
                                                                                                                                                             to k««p*5r«i fro«t tMt**d of on nciak-               MORNING LINE—The probable oddi be-
                                                                                          Brain Twizsleire                                                                                                        fore betting itartt on e race.
                                                                                                                                                        •OTTOM HOtSE—The                                          OIL BURNER—A .try ip«edy Koru.
                                                                               i. How long will it take    in aeven days?                                                  nwmbtt, i. • „ *kc bottom              OVERDUE—A hone rhat'i been loiint but
                                                                    the minute hand on a clock to com-       < Don't be too practical about             flank* on th« ptofram. —
                                                                                                           half a hen'a ability to lay an egg, or                                                                 it ready to win one.
                                                                    plete a revolution if the clock ia                                                  t i * f l — An opprairtic*'* watfht »How*»c«.
                                                                    stopped one minute out of every        a hen's ability to lay half an e g g -                                                                 PIGEON—A       <nutu«l ticket     on the wroaf
                                                                                                           Just concentrate on the arith-               fcaatoo fot word: a " b u j " it itiowii a* an
                                                                    ten?                                                                                                                                          hone.
                                                                                                           metic.)                                      Mt*mk l * | on tin program.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PLATER—A cheap hor»e.
                                               .
                                  Problem Z Many have heard                                                                                             CHINESE—A Mmt*r tnat iKowi up im-
                                about the hen-and-egg problem,                                               Problem J. A certain number of             pcrfactiy on Uw infi«W tot* board (t«t b«-                PLATES—Honeihoct.
                                                                                                           artists can complete a job in aa
  BRIGGS CHEVROLET              but, accordingtomail from read-
                                ers, few figure it out So it is being                                      many days aa there are artist*. If
                                                                                                           there had been six more artlata              CLOCKS*—A pmfauionol timai. Snidery,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RAILIIRD—That bttt.ne ipccMi watchinf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the morning workoutt, utually wrth clock in
                                repeated.                                                                                                               a horM pUyt> wjto't out aarfy docking and                 hand, (riayen who carry itopwatchei a«e
   Service Dept. Op«n to 9 p.m.   If a hen and a half lay an egg                                           they could have completed the job
                                                                                                                                                        dopirtg th« day't >ae«t.                                  tuipected of having tupchor knowledge.)
                                and a half in a day and a half,                                            in one day. How many artists were
       SOUTH AMBOY, N . J .                                                                                on the job originally?                       CROW » A I T — A ftoft« ready (ot retirement              ROUTER—A hone trained to go well at diV
                                how many egga will six hena lay                                                                                                                                                   tencci over a mile.
                                                                                                                                                        DAILY     D O U B L t — Th« combination bet
                                                                                                                                                        mad* on tfc« fiat two ractt, with Hit bcttJM              SCRATCH SHEET—A imall racing daily
       A recent nation-wide survey by                                                                                                                   window! uiually cloting ten minute* before                which littt   the racct,    probable   odd*,
    Dr. H. F. Meyer of Northwestern                                                                                                                     tha firtt face, which enty pay* off if both               "tcretchci" (withdrawn honci), tclcctiomv
    University Medical School showed                                                                                                                    MlacboiM aie winner*.                                     SILKS—-The owrver'i racing colon,
    that 63 percent of today's babies                                                               moj                                                                                                           STARTS—Kactt in which nominations are
    were bottle-fed, 21 percent breast-                                                                   taj • * » "MO                                  DAM        A hom'i mother (§randma i i called
                                                                                                                                                         second dam).                                             made in advanct, o«ncn put up equal entry
    fed and 16 percent got both. Ten
    yean ago twice as many babies                                                                                                                                                                                 fct», and the track addi a turn.
                                                                                                                                                         BOO The ako-ian ko«M most playen bet
    were breast-fed. Dr Meyer thinks                                                                                                                                                                              STAR—White mark on the forehead of a
                                                                                                                                                         on. Aho, a a**'-
    it'a an unfortunate trend.                                                                                                                                                                                    dark-colored noil*.
                                                                                                                                                         DOWN—"Are you down on the ncit race?"



                           CITIZEN
                                                                           B. J. EXCAVATING
                                                                                  GRADING A CELLAR^ DUG
                                                                                                                                                         (Ttiat' '<*, h»vc you placed * bet.)
                                                                                                                                                         EIGHTH POLE—It'i a futtoni ('/• mile)
                                                                                                                                                         fiom tkc Anith line.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  STIFF—A wcMplayed hone that doem't wm.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  STOOPER—Guy who waiki with hn head
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  down at the track looking fof uncethed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ticket*.
                                                                                                                                                         FOAM PLAYER—An "invcrtor" who b«U
                                Ivary                                                                                                                                                                             STRETCH RUNNER—A hone thatt ««*
                               •y t«M
                                                                                                          H
                                                                                  lop Soil . Maton S«nd - f U Dirt                                       tKe favoiite*.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  it from the Utl turn to the finilh.
                                                                                                                                                         FRONT RUNNER—Hone               who ictt tn<
    lo. Amboy Publiihing Co., <»c                                          1 DAYTON m m          MHITH AM»OY, H. J.                                                                                               SYSTEM     A betting pattern for any period
                                                                                                                                                         pace ea<ty; ako one that rum bett only
    413 A«|«ita St., Uttt* Ameer, N. j .                                                                                                                                                                          that it denned to have gamt outweigh lottce.
             filoMI|Ka« 1 | | 1
                                                                                   Phont: PArkwoyJ -2039                                                 when ahead.
                                                                                                                                                         GARRISON F I N I S H — A race in which the               TOP HORSE—The firtt hoiK on the program.
                                                                                                                                                          jockey U U rivalt bum themiekci out, then               TOTE- BOARD—Th, electric "tcorcboard"
                J. R. WoldachowsM                                                                                                                         comet through with a bunt of tpced in the               which tut* the hoitti by program number and
                         Monoolnf              Uitor                                                                                                      ftretch. (After S«appe< German, a Umoui                 automatically ncoidi tht amounti that have
          Phon* tArkway 1 -0004                                                                                                                           lutH'of-the-ccMury jockey.)                             been bet. At the t.dct of th ( board the
                                                                                                                                                          GOING A W A Y — A hone ihal'i ii>\\ incites             oddi are luted.
       Rerod at Socana C M M Motfef o« Ike                                                                241 BORDENTOWN AVENUE                           •nf hit winninf lead at the wire.                       TRYING^—A horit or iteblc or jockey or
        rttl Awbov rot! Offin U«aer tko                                                                                                                   GRAVEYARD—Where favofitct lote. "That                   tiatncr all-out to win.
              A<f « l March 3,                                                                        SOUTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY                              trees t» a f raveyaid."                                 W A S H Y — A nervout-tvpe horu that bfeak*
                                                                                                                                                           H A M 0 RIDE—A ride m which a toctey                    out in a twaat, povubly a hor« player «4
                                                                                                           Phone PArkway        1-0034                     d«e*«'t U H the whip.                                   the unit breed.
                                    ra«* • t« a*t                                                                                                        HANDICAPPING—The M-called icienct of                      W I N — ' X e win!" (The patt ttnte iL,uagr«a*>
                                                                                                                                                         fifwrina a winner by compaiing hif pait pti-              matical in hone pleyei't lingo.) «

                                                                                 GLADYi rVkHRENHOU, Designer                                             fon«aM«e with other hone* in a face, plut                 WOKEUP—A hone            that    tuddenty    wiai»
                                                                                                                                                                t*fwMMih «» when a hone, )oe.lcy,                  after tcpeated lotict.
                 The SOI Til AMROV 4ITIZKN                                                                                                                                                                                                      Thunday, August 13, W59

                                                                                                              Over 350,000 License                            JlOVTB AMS

         Stamps                                                                                               Plates Distributed
                                                                                                     The mailing of new li-
                                                                                                  cense plates to some 350,000
                                                                                                  New Jersey motorists whose
                                                                                                                                                           L X COUNTY,
                                                                                                                                                       KBW JRVSEY
                                                                                                                                                            8ep*r»tfi snleri bids for:
                                                                                                                                                            Contract No l—G«nrr»l Con-
                                                                                                                                                         struction
                                                                                                                                                           Contract No. 9—Structural B
                                                                                                                                                        JUH) ill»c<-ll*n*ouj iron Work
                                                                                                                                                           Contract No S—Hvatlng and
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wall Stadium
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Point Standings
                                                                                                                                                                                                            OVKRAL.L                        OATIS ortN 6 »
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         CAITOO«Af»M»     fVHT UK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MOVKS AT DUSK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       >«H Irflw OMU
                                                                                                  registrations were renewed                             VentlUttni Work                         DVtv«rt                   Pta.   W
                                                                                                  during the months of Feb-                                Contract No. 1—Plumblnx Wotk          Al                        11W     4            wj. M m             ..•nftAMM
                                                                                                                                                                                                 P*t«     *                        1
             1
        Kin -! Rfiil'";'. V . i v t u rf Rri j n                                                  ruary and March has been                                 Contract No ft— El«ctr1c*l Work
                                                                                                                                                        In connection with the Alteration*       Jack Hsrt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           930     0            WAYNE • HOLDEW
                                                                                                                                                                            f
                                                                                                                                                        And Installation O Fire Encape at        Don ttumpf                788     I
( m m 191B hi l!':>?. i- In l'i" r r c -                                                          completed, It was announc-                            th« Hoffman Hlrh School located          eill PfUUr                788     1       E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          WO
         -
'>Krii. «^l :i:. tin- infill "I'liniupion                                                         ed by Acting Motor Vehicle                            on John Street. South Amhoy.
                                                                                                                                                         Mlddlm County, N. J.. will b«
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tony KattU                7M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           7»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 THE HORSE
                                                                                                  Director Ned J. Parsctian.                            rewlvrd by the Secretary of th«          r*ranh      •R*n          7*0     0
                           nn S i p ! . !!!». 19"i9.
                                                                                                     Motorists who have re-                             Board of Education of th* City
                                                                                                                                                        of South Xmboy In Ihe Board of
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Kin MeOarthy ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Chubby How«r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           770
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •78
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0             ' SOLDIERS
                       In P u s t m H N i e r G c n r r ; i l                                                                                           Education Room of the Hoffman            L«h I r t w n                     1
                                                                                                  newed their registrations                                                                                                                       ALTHEA GIBSON _ < ? • * * > «
                                                               -PHIL RIZZUTO3 during and who have h d                                                   Hlffh School until 6 P. M. D S           Ed SIOt«r                         0
A i t t i i n K. S i i n i n i c i l i c l d .
       T h e ; ! ; u n p ? , in tin- 4 - rind 8 -
                                                                                                             February a                                 T1m«, Aujtuat Mth. 19«9 and th*i         Augl* M««ch«r«
                                                                                                                                                                                                 O$y HulM             •16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0            "GUNS. URLS in'ri CkNGSTFRS"
                                                                                                 March                    not                           at Mid place (tubUely 6p«n*d ahd
                                                                                                                                                        r*ad aloud.                              Don $tlv«a     .     408          0
I'fut f l r n o m i n a t i o n s , w i l l h e first              NOT SINCE the groat Bob                                                                                                       F      Myroncuk      MS           0
1'1,,,-cd o n >;ili- ;it                 Washington,            Feller made His spectacular en-  received their new license                               The Contract Document* may h>
                                                                                                                                                        examinsd at the offlep or the Ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                            f
I K ' , w i t h H'Cciji! f c v r i m i n i c 1". trance on the baseball scene                    plates are advised to write                           chitect. Merchant, Befdei. Mickey.
                                                                                                                                                       1 Kim How, New Brunswick. N J             Jack Hart
                                                                                                                                                                                                           •POATSMEN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1STO         2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  GEORGE STEVENS-
hi* h r l d 111 t b r A i n n u i i i l F : v - , lias a rookie eapturod the im-                 •immediately to the Division                                                                    Ed SleUtr                MB Z            SUN.V
Kc-y
d ;< y .
                 i n B u l i t i t h e f o l l o w i n g i agination of fans all over the        of Motor Vehicles, General
                                                              ! country like young Harmon iPtate Replacement             Unit,
                                                                                                                                                       and cople§ thereof obtained upon
                                                                                                                                                        payment nf t » f * (or each MM.
                                                                                                                                                        Any bidder upon returning iuch
                                                                                                                                                        nci promptly and In Rood condttton
                                                                                                                                                                                                 •«b Rvbartsen
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Charlie Muntfy
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Kip Mltch.ll .     _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          S15 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        _ M6 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          830 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 THE DIARY OF
        T h e h i i s i c d f ifii• w i l l be p a t -
t e r n e d iiftcr thi- n r i g i n n t H a n m n
M i i g s a j ' s a y ' t ' h i i i .IHO:I of L i b -
                                                                Killebrew. Even in Pittsburgh,   Trenton 25, New Jersey. It
                                                               a National League town, the is possible that these mo-
                                                               young Senator sensation was
                                                                                                                                                        will be refunded hjn payment and
                                                                                                                                                        any non-bidder upon returning
                                                                                                                                                        *IK-h aet will be refunded $10 00
                                                                                                                                                        D«paalt by check only.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jack
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Bob Emmons
                                                                                                                                                                                                           fttackhouM
                                                                                                                                                                                                 O«n fttivas _..._
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Novice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          «0  1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          400 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          480 1                   ANNE FRANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mllllf PERKINS c
                                                                                                 torists failed to provide a                               The Board of Education. City of
                                                                a center of attraction at last correct mhlllng address at                               South Amboy. Middlesex County.           •ob Brl«o*l                4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SS 0                     'CAST A                  AUOIE
                                                                week's Alt Star game.                                                                   N. J. reservej the right to waive        •ob Hgward           „ . ISO 0
                                                                                                 the time of renewal, or                               any Informalities In or reject any        J»ck Howard _            660 2             ILONG SHADOW M U R P H Y
         ;HAMPION OF LIBERTY                                       OF COURSE, the sports-                                                               and/or all bid*.                         Bob Fr«n«h       _        MO      0
                                                                wnters arc already tryiiy* to have since made a change                                     Each bidder must depo«U with          B*rni« R«uok«fcl          «30     3
                                                                estimate the kid's chances of    of address and did not no-                            Mi bid fecurity in an amount not
                                                                                                                                                        l«s* than ten (10) per centum
                                                                                                                                                                                                 tktp Mcord ..
                                                                                                                                                                                                 O«n MeLauflhtln
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           B7ft
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0                                 man
                                                                eclipsing Babe Ruth's home tify the division.                                           of the amount ot the bid submit-
                                                                                                                                                       ted In the. form and lubje.et to
                                                                                                                                                                                                 John Barry _              MO     Z                  MIDGET RAILROAD
                                                                run record and all this, I sup-     At Che same time, it wai                           the conditions provided In the In-                                                    DtMdPie OR IHI PATIO [*Elr TUtSDlT MISHT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HOW < UNTIL IHOWTHIC ' M,i» b, rv. -Jl
                                                                pose, makes good reading. But revealed that Motor Vehicle                              structions to Bidders. No bidder
                                                                                                                                                       ma,y withdraw hln bid for a ne-
                                                                a trip to the record book shows Inspectors and other en-                               rlod ot alkty (60) days after the
                                                                what an almost impossible task                                                         ac'Uftl opening therenf
                                                                                                 forcement agencies will
                                                                it will be for this flrst-year make a concerted effort to
                                                                                                                                                           The successful bidder win be
                                                                                                                                                       required to furnish n Surety Com-
                                                                                                                                                       pany Bond in full amount of the.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          FRANK'S
                                                                player to break the 60-homers
                                                                mark that has stood up since
                                                                 1927
                                                                                                 check on expired registra-
                                                                                                  tions, and Director Parse-
                                                                                                                                                       contract ,•'price indemnify I tie; th-
                                                                                                                                                       Board of Education. City of South
                                                                                                                                                       Amboy, TMlddlcsex Countv »1 T
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Radio - Electric • TV
                                                                                                                                                       from any and all proreertlnicfl.
                                                                   MICKEY MANTLE, in 1956, fclan stated that new U-                                    AUlts or actions of anv kind or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             APPLIANCES
                                                                had his shot at Ruth's mark cense plates must be dis-                                  description and conditional for
                                                                                                                                                       the faithful performance of the                                                   SALES a n d SERVICE
                                                                but fell eight short even though played on vehicles. The Di-                           work.
       UNITED STATES POSTAGE                                                                      rector also cautioned vehi-                                Bv order of-                                                          121 N. HOADWAY        SO. AMIOV
                                                                at the end of August he had                                                                    BOARD OF EDUCATION
                                                                belted 47 homers as against the cle owners to destroy the                                                                                                              T«).  CArkmy     J-O476
     KriM Renter, M j \ n r of Itcrlin                                                                                                                         CITY OF SOUTH AMBOY.
                                                                Bambino's 43. At All Star time, old plates in such a manner                                  MIDDLESEX COUNTY, N. i                                                 463 N*w t>wi«w(ck Av«., Pbnli, NJ.
                                                                                                                                                       By UEILLA L NErtJL.
 i : ' >" il"-n,'i,
            .                 :• : j i ' T f i r f d     by     this year, Killebrew, with 28, as to prevent them from                                       Secretary                                                                    T.I. Hllkrait 211047
                                                                was two ahead of the Babe being put to misuse.                                         tlated; Aug. 10th, 19»
 - . . • i l '.. ; ! h . i H       Ui.i-klcy of tin'                 and one behind Mickey's "56
•• '•' i i1 ;•• r i v . J       i>i:ii.:p        Advisory
                                                                     total.
     •j :.!• 4 - ( ,•:•! o t n ' . i : M - u : t t i o n   v ill
                                                                        THE TEST of a champion ia


                                                                                                                  JAN
be      j.union in a                       bro\\/.e-gvfcn            in the stretch run, and that
  !•'• r. i"l'o 8-Lt'i:t (lcno:v,inaliiin                            goes for horse racing, golf and
".,;' lie i.'r;u!i\l in ieti, blue, .ind                             every other sport. So just take
..vl.-.-v.                                                           a look at the immortal Babe's
     P"5iTias'cr G m e r . i l S u m m e r -                         home run performance in that
I'ICII:. n: iiiuun.rit. LIIJI this
:.:l..in . ' a t l w i i . a n "who worked
                                                      recug-
                                                                     far away September, 32 years                  BROS.
I'I r hiitiiciiiiiv, j u ^ i u c , and p e r -                       ago                                            General Excavating
s-'iia! dignity," 1 n"ted tn;it Ro-i-                                   HE BLASTED three out of                        Contractors
                                                                     the park Sept. 6 and followed                   KKRIIATERLIMCS
";.!o.i!i fi-. v.huh .iiv                      t: lit1 IIJWI         with a pair the next day. Two
                                                                     more disappeared on the 13th                       IWTALUD
                                                                     and again on the 29th Eight                TOP SOIL       GMOMG
                                                                     singletons gave him 17 homers                 M SAM)      tXCAVAT
                                                                     that month, only one short of                      FILL OUT
                                                                     Hucly York's all time record
                                                                     for circuit clouts in a single                ASPHALT M t V E I A t o
                                                                     month In Mantle's big year he                          PHONE*
                                                                      hit only five September four-
                                                                                That's when Kille-                    Wllcrtst 7-4460.
                                                                            will face the acid test.                  PArkwov 1-1668




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                                                                                                          IN THE HOME
                                                                               IS) J.n'iurliii I.. MrConaughcy, Du Pont Color Styliit
         II.in) r \                 rummrinorative                     f lutdiHir furniturt' should have1 Paint dealers tell me women
   > l . i i ) i | i lit" IM.'iD.                                      ^•-" I'hjirarlL'r of its own. It] paint more chairs than just
                                                                      .should, of enur.sf In- comfortable ab.out anything else. They also
    ' fi-i'.'ii- , nui.-t I h e a n d fight.                          niul relaxing for family enjoy- tell me it's characteristic of them
 A:'.-, t v i n u p L . | > r c ; i t e d a n d i m -                 ment, gaily welcoming to guests. not to read label instructions or
 s-i >nccl I.;, t l i e N'i^is, h e w e n t                           Since it is one of the first things to pay them little heed. Then
  !•:•• i \ ; l t ;il;w>;M. R e t u r n i n g l o l
                                                                      bflonginp to a home every visitor they complain louder than men
 ••'•:, i..AV        imii:(ldiately             after:
 '.W.ilii U'iir I ] c i u i e d . h e w o r k e d !
                                                                                              sees, it should f something goes wrong with
 tire.-li'^sly to e s t a b l i s h freo ( l o - j                       >7s\                 r e f l e c t t h e their handiwork. I'll not argue
 tsincfjicy a n d t ' c o u i l d h i s c i t y o u t                    J • ~^               owner's taste the justice of this observation
 i.: r u b b l e . "                                                     ; \ \                and imagina- but I will point out that present
              ijis dc-iiing first-day ;                               "\ J ; .-^.             tion. Use of day paint ia very carefully engi-
               ^iis may send ad- i                                                                                        chemically and will
                                                                                \ J / r~i color is the neered vastly better thanper-
                                                                                                                  form                            in
  : . e v e d i-iuc'.opt's to the Pdst-                                                ', . J way to achieve grandmother's time, if used
 ;:i:i.-iei\ Washington 13, DC.,                                                              distinctiveness where intended and as pre-
 vith remittance to cover the j                                                               with everyday, Bcribed. Don't, for example, put
 i• •>t of the stamps to be affixed.
                                                                                              m a s s - p r o - house paint on outdoor furni-
                  f- k >                                                                      duced outdoor ture. There are special prime
      There v.-cre :i3T,223 first-day                                                         furniture.          coats — which never should be
 I.-UVITS caiKflcM                       Juno      8,      1959, '                               There are bypassed — for each. Explain
 whc-ii ihi! 4-cciit i i U c r Centei:-                                                       many ways to your job to your dealer then fol-
 i.il t'oinmeniomiive stnmp w a s 1                                                           approach the ow label directions carefully.
 iir.^t placed vn id!i?. at Virginiii I
 Cily, Nevada. In all, 612,684 :                                          painting of diab or down-at-                                Give full rein
  -lynips weii- n>\<\, with a value '                                  heels lawn or patio furnishings.                            to your imagi-
 ȣ S24,5()7.3ti.                           ;                          Converting what seems a liabil-                             nation and paint
                                                                       ity into u charming, attractive                             a low fence and
     i l u i e wen: also 223,869 first- •                              asset is an easy task that can be                           flower garden
  i.<y i-ijvc-rs Ciineclecl June ti, 11)59, ]                          fun for all the family.                                     on a brick back-
 v. hon thi: 12-ccnt Benjamin H a r - j                                                                                               ound wall. Or
 rjsiiii regular postage stamp w a s ;                                     The quickest no fuss-or-frilU



                                                                                                                                                       ELECTRICALLY DRIED!
                                                                                                                                   add a new per-
 f:i>t placid on sule at Oxford,                                       way to do the job is with enamel                            spective with a
 Oliiu. This is almost u 400 perl                                     matching the body and trim colors                            seascape, or an
 i Liit ini.'i'e;ist; ever the first-day'                              of your house. Or reverse this                              avenue of trees
 em ers canceled September 14,!                                        combination on either wood or                               leading toward
  !y:iH. wlu'ii the 12-cent Presi-I                                    metal furniture. Or take a single                        pl_"diatant hills,
 lU'iuiiil rtKuljr postage slampi                                      bright enamel -any vivid color
  was tirsj. issued. At that time'                                                                                               ~ Decorative pos-
                                                                       you love that harmonizes with                                sibilities are
 unly B2.935'fir.-l-day co\"ers were                                   your house paint — and stay limited only by your daring and                               Electric drying is safe drying. Dust, soot ami smoke can't jjot at your
 (.•ami kd. In the case of the 12-                                     with it.                                                                                  clothes. Tht'iv's no sun-fading. Your things tumble cfi-y geiitly in clean,
 ei.'iil Marri.Min ^l;l^lp, there were                                                                            zeal.
                                                                           For outdoor furniture you can             Be bold with color underfoot,               electrically heated air. Towels come out Huffier. Sheets need less ironing. And
 'Aii'.i 0^4 ijdlic.vivc5 sole), with a
  fuee value ut 54:1,186.12.                                           chiiusd from a gleaming rainbow too. If the terrace or patio floor                        only electric drying keeps colored clothes completely safe from fume-fading.
                            >        >    A                            rangi- of ready mixed enamel is concrete, installed above the                             Electric drying is easier on you, too. Ni> heavy wash.baskets. No
    It has b^en determined that                                        colors. Re sure to get an alkyd grade line and not subject to
  the 7-ient Hawaii Statehood                                          gloss enamel. "Duco" enamel, a dampness from beneath, paint                               clothesline calisthentics.
  curnniemoriitive stamp will be                                        product of Du Pont chemistry, it, perhaps in huge checkerboard                           Make your laundry aH-olectric. With an electric dryer,
  printed in red. and that the                                          I've found has no peer.                    squares of alternating black and
  Petroleum     CL-iiierjnial com-                                                                                 red, or in a b&sketweave pattern              washer and water heater, washday's strictly a push-button affair.
                                                                           Dare to be different in using of mahogany and light atone. A                          Your clothes will wash clean. And rfn/ clean. Fresher than
 menioiati\c 4-cent stamp will be                                       colors. Try painting an outdoor gay spatter-painted floor effect
 in a shade of brown.                                                                                                                                            sun-dried every time!
               > > >                                                    tulile or settee in many colors would give unexpected verve and
                                                                        like Joseph's coat. Fini«h chairs warmth to rustic-type natural                  I n Your Roddy Kilowatt Do*|.r                    J C P &            L
    The United Nations Postal Ad-                                       us well in a series of colors.
 ministi ation announces that its                                                                                  wood furniture.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Jeracjr Criilral Puwrr A Light
 third roiiimemorstive stamp of
  195S will be issued on Oct. 23,
 the eve of Uiiiltd Nations Day.
  The stiitup will honor the UN
 Tvus-tceship Council. The design,                                                                                                                                                                                                                tmlk
 an iiiltiptalion from the iculpture
 '"J'tu- Age ot Bronze.'' by Au-
                                                                                                                     JOHN W . WILSON                                                        SEETHENE1                                       A prominent space acientut
                                                                                                                       Fun«ral Director                                                                                                  says that talk of establishinK mill-
 gusle Hudin, prepared by Leon
 Hi'lguers oi Mexico, symbolizes
 lho aspiiatJon of peoples in the
                                                                                                                                                                                        R I V C O BW.T-HU                                lury bases or human colonie* an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         the moon is "sheer noruenae." Dr.
 Trust Territories for sclf-gov-                                                                                                                                                                                                         U c A fiu Bridge, president of
 eniinent or independence. The
 issue will appear in four-cent
 (orange) and tight-cent (green)                                                 Mason-Wilson Funeral Home
                                                                                                                                                                                                WD.H. LEWIS                              California Institute of Technology,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         says the subject ol space explora-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         «ioi» rtevds airing ttnd debunking.
 denominations. Furticr details                                                                                                                                                                   %
                                                                                                                                                                                          OFFICE « SHOW BOOM
 about the stamps wiliappear six                                                                                                                                                                                                         He thinks there is dantfer in wild
 weeks before the date of Issue, j                                      241 BORDENTOWN AVE. SOUTH AMBOV, N. J                                                                            133 HENRY ST. TEL. 10MI                         predictions.
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