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August 07_ 1942


									                                                                                                                                                                                                        [August 7,1942

'   and
    HJNDED            1 8 8 8 . . . . Published every FRIDAY at MILLBURN.N.J. FIYE CENTS £>mA
                                        AS EVIDENCE of their pa-                                                            TO MEET the marked short-
Ration Board                          triotic cooperation with their
                                                                                   AWVS Girls                             age of Industrial Arts teachers                                               List Men In
                                      Government,       Public   Service                                                  in school shops of the public

itays Put
                                      employees at ninety-eight of
                                      the    c o m p a n y ' s locations           Get Their Men
                                                                                                                          schools of New Jersey, caused
                                                                                                                          by the Induction of college sen-                                              Future Draft
                                      throughout the State have been                                                      iors and Industrial Art teach-                                                   Mltlburn Draft Board has Just
 MUlburn Ration Board will            authorised by the United States Army buglers whose age-old                          ers into military service, the                                                finished tabulating • registrants
 ittnue to occupy Town Hall           Treasury Department to dis-   complaint has been "We can't                          New Jersey State Teachers Col-                                                in the last draft registration
  contract for Its bed and            play the Minute Man Flag. Thisget 'em up" could learn a thing                       lege at Newark will open an                                                   which Included men 18 to 20
        having been entered Into      Is In recognition that B per-
                                                                 O  or two from the girls of the                          emergency Industrial Arts Sum-                                                years of age. Names are ar-
    the Township Committee                                          local AWV8 Motor Corps
                                      cent, or more, of the employees                                                     mer Session program from Au-                                                  ranged In the order of age.
     Hi* OPA. This closes the         at each of these points are     Having a standing date to                           gust 10 to September 4, 1942, to
                                                                                                                          train emergency teachers who                                                     Men 30 years old and subject
           to move and consoll-       buying War Bonds through the  bring 20 guardsmen from the                                                                                                         to Immediate      induction are
                                      company's voluntary payroll   West Orange Armory to Paper                           will be certified to teach during
       tne board with Maple-                                                                                              the national defense emergency.                                               numbered 1 to 34 inclusive.
               Hill of the com-       savings plan.                 Mill Playhouse each Monday                                                                                                          Names numbered 30 to 122 in-
                                                       *            night, they reported with four                                                                                                      clusive are in the 19 age g>
     i, announced the closing
                                                                    cars as usual only to find that                                                                                                     and those 123 to 241 are ar<
r negotiations Monday night
     everything Is signed and
         awaiting only return of
                                      Van Winkle                    transfers had detailed new men
                                                                    to the armory and these knew                          Nominations                                                                   the 18 year group,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Neither of these latter are
                                                                    nothing of the arrangement.
     copy of the contract for
      files.                          Brook A Rip                     After a hard day all were In
                                                                    bed or In the showers when ap-
                                                                                                                          Are All4 In?                                                                  subject to the draft under pres-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ent procedure until attain
                                                                                                                                                                                                        to age 20. The complete list
The      board along with the           That Van Winkle brook is % praised of what was in store,                             Thursday night was the dead-                                               lows:
       Board, will be. housed In      chip off the old block Is the but it was but the work of                            line for filing nominating peti-                                                 1 Edward Albert Mazurkl
         {ton school, the Board       contention of Olenwood resi- minutes to round up the quota                          tions for candidates for office                                                  2 Eliot Brooks Weathers
                                                                    and four extras, the men dash-                        to be voted upon In the Sep-                                                     3 Hugh Gregory Basllea
            Jon having agreed to      dent* who say Old Rip had
                                                                    Ing out dressing as they came.                        tember primaries. Local offices                                                  4 Fredrick James Rlzzo
        room for it in keeping        nothing on It as a general
                                      nuisance        ,_.__           On the way over one lad                             to
      OPA specifications as to
                light ami air. 1U-      •If    it     too,    WOHM
             a matter of education    somewhere and sleep for 20                                                                                                                                          7       John I'M--! ,-!,...      ,1
                                                                                   Told                                     R         in candidates     al-                                               8       Alfred Vail SpitL
              directors decided and   years we'd all be happy" about               commented "Gee I never seen
      entitled to every constder-     slims up their present views                                                        ready seeking the committee                                                     9       Vernon Edward Strobl
                                                                                   one."                                  posts are Henry L. Junge and                                                   10       Irving Jacob A! per
    i. Removal Is expected to         seemingly as expressed to Town                  Going back all were enthus-
                                      Commlttecmen Monday evening.                                                        Clarence A. Hill. At the time of                                               11       John Stephen McKei
  early In September.                                                              iastic about the chorus and the
                                         Following last week's storm                                                      going to press they were unop-                                                 12       Lewis Paul McKeever
 Under the agreement Mill-                                                         feminine leads promising to be
                                      which by the way Is now tagged                                                      posed and so far as Is known no                                                13       Matthew Anthony Relno
      will house the board, sup-                                                   ever present If they were the          petitions for other candidates
                                      as a 20 year storm having sur-                                                                                                                                     14       Stanley Thomas S z p a r a
    all needed help and equlp-                                                     same for every show.                   were In circulation. Both are                                                  15       Frederick Geo. Helnemeler
   it and handle present and          passed the downpour of 1038,                    Thanks to vitamins or some-
                                      residents of the Glen and Its                                                       seeking re-election.                                                           10       George Fred. Helnemeler
   ire rationing for the dura-                                                     thing It can now be writ 'Mu-                                                                                         17       Henry Eugene Gells
 Committee         members com-       wooded slopes began to take                  sic and AWV8 hath charms "               Town Cleric Theodore Wtd-
                                      stock all over agatn.                                                               mayer Is a Republican candi-                                                   18       Pierce A. Casaedy, J r .
  ratlng on t h e OPA change of                                                                                                                                                                          10       Vlto Phillip Marcanl.
                                         The storm drain constructed                                                      date for nomination to that
  at stated It will cost Mtll-                                                                                            post which he has filled since                                                 20       Frederick Paul Leg£<
                                      following the "38 flood seeming-
       somethlng to retain the
      office but considering the      ly removed the brook as a                    Army Takes                             the first of the year by appoint-
                                                                                                                          ment. He was named by the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hugh Roberts V.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Michael James DH
   aber of residents who have         source of complaint and dan-
                                                                                                                          committee upon the resignation                                                 23       Ferdinand Francis K
            to consult the board
     the Inconvenience and cost
                                      ger but still drainage Is a prob-
                                      lem unsolved and what to do
                                                                                   1 <arge Class                          of Mrs. Mabel Goff Deemer. He
                                                                                                                          too is expected to be unopposed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Carl Wm. Dlnger, I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  William Geo. Strunin
      would be put to in going        about it.                                      Accepted from the class of                                                                                          26       Edward Joseph Blan
                                                                                                                               ue primary.
  Maplewood, it will be cheap-           Committeemen were Inter-                  selectees reporting a t Newark                                                                                        27       James Stewart, J r .
                                      viewed last week and then came                                                        Democratic nominations it is
  ln the end to have It right                                                      Monday for Induction were t h e        said will be confined to local                                                 28       Alan Conrad Rose
. home.                               a survey of the upper stream                 following:                                                                                                            29       Amedlo A. Passa
                                      bed above the drain. Here It                                                        members of the county commit-
 Thus far the average of                                                             Joseph A. Bennett, Anthony           tee. Names of 1        Ittee Can-                                              30       William Nixon B a t n 1
                                      Is claimed banks are being                   A. Bonelli (lb); Jos. A. DeClas-                                                                                      31       Roger Holloway W.
    nship folk calling for ra-        eroded at a rate to cause more                                                      dida             might be written
                                                                                        • iMs. Delgaldo, (lb): Daniel     In on the ballots later.                                                       32               terbert 1 iten
          p or advise runs into       serious ti              a remedy             A. DeSessa, H
     hundreds dally.        This is                                                                                       As        (0.     •"   Cl<Tl    iiinn
                                                                                                                                                                                                         33       Don ••• ICOtt, J r .
                                      is found and applied.                        Paul H. Fellows, (11) 1                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                              •   FUi h a r d I [e ••• > p]            |p
      and women who acti                 The drain it Is maintained                                                   was that John J. Blauvol
                                                                                   Fereday, Nicola Franclosa, Ben-                                                                                       :.       Harvej      John     11 •
      Town Hall and takc^             did what was expected                                                                  i y the Democr;i'          bam
                                                                                   jamin B. Heller, Join       I                                                                                         36 Robert Ertell H o p p m a n
  aunt of those who cali              and now It Is a matt                                                                      he was away on vacation
                                                                                   gel; Arendt J. Kualper Jr. <lb>,                                                                                      37 WorthlnKtoi Campb
    telephone or write.               grades, ditches and i                                                                      the rumor could not be
                                                                                                    , Qustave W. Lar-                                                                                    38 Peter Alfred ^
     (Continued on Page 8)            vldual preca;          to lessen                                                                    Petition     uown to
                                                                                          :,.,•:,,.    1 1 [boms                                                                                         3B       win-       1K e n n e t h ^           <
                                      damage from fut             ipitu-           D           •       Pranl     <••  ;.             1       taken 01  * th<
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         Rut lour                                                           and
                                                                                                                             Tl     v AND August Issue
                                                                                                                                                                                                         42       Roy Anil
                                                                                               l   Oeorgi   H I ender-                                                                                   43        [Ulan                          1
                                                                      .wood As-    gast.                                  of    the A.W.V.S. sponsored                                                   44       Clift Cbi        Jr.
 When                          i a                                        idy of                   A. Rad                 "Township Tattle"' is being                                                    48       Roln    Sarria Mali
    foot hole Mil                                                             •
                                                             she                           :   teitm 1 Pi : ! leskl       mailed           1   khi           ••   I       • '           is •             46       John F        |, j i
tip will retv       full nm                                                                                               armed I                    •            illi                          tail
            neantlR]                                                                                              Sals-                                                                                  47       Charle •      -
                                      again    turn                                                b M Ichwi              r i i j M i '        n                  ' i.,     •••:   ii       i) .
                                                                                                                                                                                                         48        Gerald
     st under t i                                                                                                                         id   inn • s t e d                f n . nd               ii
                                                                                                                 uthur                                                                                   49
     5 cases of ^              <h.                                                                      ib>; John R.      A.W.V.S
         ,n   pox, l <                                                                                                                                                                                   50       Robert       Edlo
                                                                          . Mill                        od, .Tarn         h i l l          •    ••       '         [i v i          ' » • ! 1!

        and 2                                          should      find                    :
                                                                                                 •                                                                                                            T! •
                        that                                                         PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and                 MISS JOAN HICKS, daugh-                                                     regM. rl                  f tl
 shows how rationing i>                   •h                     h                                 rial s e r v i c e           Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hicks                                                Woolwoi                     ! the         .
   our canine popul),                                          Augu                     n M. Copcutt.                     of Mtllburn is spending her                                                                                      •    K),J        .   •

     lth C J            dogs                                 «-                         Short inns. Short                           at Camp Quai                                                                         Saving.
       mouthsfull.                                                                 1044  AdT.                                                        1
                                                                    The Millburn & Short Hilts ITEM
                                                                                                                            aim. Total victory whatever it
                                                                                                                            may cost — no compromise —              Perambulator
                                                                                                                            is my platform!"
Day By Day                                                                                                                                •
                                                                                                                                                                    Parking Plot?
In Every Way                                                                                                                Orbens Foresight Reporting on arrivals, depar-
                                                                                                                                            tures and amalgamations
"Count that day lost
"Whose low descending sun
                                                                                                                            Helps State Now the month of July,
                                                                                                                                            registrar of vital statistics
"Sees no new Day                                                                                                                                                  a big hand, at Town Han Mon-
                                                                                                                               Assemblyman C. Mil ford Or-
"Shouldering a gun."                                                                                                                                              day night when his report
                                                                                                                            ben's amendment to the Horse
                                                                                                                                                                  showed thirteen U»> btrthi, Hi
    There it is dear reader un-                                                                                             Racing Legislation, which pro-
                                                                                                                                                                  deaths and four marriage*
                                                                                                                            vides that all unclaimed tickets
less the Day women now be-                                                                                                                                           But one question vena vil-
                                                                                                                            on bets shall revert to the State
gin to join the WAVES or go
                                                                                                                            and not to the Promoters has lage Bolons, how to boon the
WAAC-y.                                                                                                                                                           new residents witb no net I
                                                                                                                            resulted to date in bringing
    Four sons of Joseph P. Day
are now in the armed services                                                                                               nearly $18,000 Into the state building going on? At i
                                                                                                                            coffer.                                formal session after adjourn-
as are two sons-in-law. When                                                                                                                                       ment Oommitteeman deCune
the Navy calls the roll it sounds                                                                                               According to a recent report
like this: Bernard P. Day, Fair-                                                                                            of Secretary Ryan of the New offered his shore c o t t k ^ ^ H
 field P. Day, Charles P. Day,                                                                                              Jersey Horse Racing Commis- he said from his observation
 James E. Barrett. Arthur E.                                                                                                sion, after the end of only 7 only tar babies were on the
 French. In the Army it is sim-         "REAR ADMIRAL" Joseph P.                    LIEUTENANT C o m m a n der              days racing at Oarden State beach at Bay Read these day*.
 ply. Dr. Joseph P. Day Jr.             Day, who just missed out of               Bernard P. Day.                           Track Camden, out of a total             A perambulator parking plot
    The Navy liked the Days all         being a full admiral when                                                           of 49, there is outstanding $17, may become necessary if p»r-
 of whom came to it with the            Junior joined the Army..                                                             687.25 in uncashed tickets.           ents persist.
 middle initial "P." Maybe it
 was reminiscent of Pay Day,
                                        will stay until he reports to the
                                                                                  Kean Seeks                                    The State has received $114,-
                                                                                                                             963.52 as its share so far. The

 which makes a hit in any ser-          air training center, Miami, Pla.,                                                    total for the entire racing Sea-        Funeral So
     Bernard P. Day is now a
                                        on August 8th.                            Third Term                                 son will probably run approxi-
                                                                                                                             mately $800,000.00 — far below
 lieutenant commander stationed
                                          Assistant chief clerk in Troop
                                        B for the past several months,               Congressman Kean of Living-             Mayor Hague's $5,000,000.00 es-         Mrs. £ . T. Bolto
  in Washington; Fairfield P. Day,      the ex-cavalryman was asso-               ston, today filed a petition for           timate.                                  funeral services wen held
  lieutenant junior grade, is in        ciated with Mather Ltd., in-              renomination to the United                    Assemblyman Orben opposed Tuesday             for Mr*
 New York; Charles P. Day, com-         surance brokers, prior to his             States House of Representatives            pari-mutuel racing both in thr Thompson Bolton, wife of
  missioned last week a lieuten-        induction into the army.                  from the 12th Congressional                Legislature and at the special late Lawrence Bolton, wh
  ant senior grade, Naval Air                                                                                                election, but states that as long Friday at her home on
                                                                                  District. Kean is now complet-
  Corps, unassigned as yet; James                                                                                            as we now have It, the State Oak Ridge road.
                                                                                  ing his second term in Congress,
  E. Barrett, lieutenant, Brooklyn
  Navy Yard and Arthur E.
  French, lieutenant commander,
                                        Nation Needs                              having been first elected in
                                                                                                                             might as well get as much                Mrs. Boiton is survived by i
                                                                                                                              turn as possible, especially aince daughter, Mrs. Walter A p a * ry
                                                                                      With the filing of his peti-            revenues of gas and auto li- of CreaettJl. Hew Jersey, tntf
  Coast Guard, stationed at Man-
  hattan Beach.                         Your Harmony                              tion the Congressman gave out
                                                                                  a brief statement in which he
                                                                                                                              censes are dropping off sharp- Mae and Lawrence Bolton o
                                                                                                                              ly due to war regulations.            Short Hills. She was a num-
     They say "differences of opin-
  ion are what make horse races"          Men of Millburn not in t h e            said:                                                                             ber of the father Brenntn
  and so it was with Joseph P.          armed services now have their                 "Last December, a few days                                                    Branch, L. C. B
                                                                                   before returning to Washington                    Adolph, Brntlo and Hlmhllo
  Day Junior. He up ana enlisted        opportunity for patriotic service.                                                           —the three blind mice. Make      A High Mass of R*qui*m m
  in the Army and is now a cor-         One of America's oldest insti-             for the present session, I pub-                   them run with ten prrcrnt of   offered at St. Rot*
   poral Medical Corps somewhere        tutions the Barber Shop Quar-              licly stated that all legislation                 your income in War B«ad«       Church Interment was in H l oy
               '   rj                                       nteers to per-         coming before the Congress                        every pay day.
                                                                                                                                                                    Sepulcher Cemetery*
 sore nlxv                                              i part of our na-          should be considered with but
 its day" said they "and now the        tional life.                               one thought in mind and one
                                           Recreation Director Dayton              end in view — 'Will it help win
                                         Jones has been made local re-             the war.' I have faithfully fol-
    All males of the 'amily are
 present or accounted for with           cruiting officer and he asks              lowed that path and will con-
            >tion of Jossvp'n I*. Day
           -y in N*«w Voik brought
                                         community males possessed of
                                         tenor, bass and barreltone
                                         voices to sign up for the an-
                                                                                   tinue to do so while I am m
                                                                                      "How to bring victory meet
                                                                                                                                   N WAR
 the information- he tc<o, was
 hustline. "With tlie Leys all           nual Quartette Contest to be               speedily, most B1 Relent ly, most
 away," said our informant "some
 one has to. to make tnt mare
                                         held at Branch Brook Park,
                                         Wednesday, September 9.
                                                                                   completely, should bo OBI 004
                                                                                                                                    AS IN
 go."                                      Save your scrap metal for
     So far as Is known no other
  local family has gone all-out
                                         the September collection, but
                                         the harmony drive is now on.
                                                                                      Vacuum Gleaner Repairs                       PEACE
                                         Call Millburn 6-1218.                          "See The Marks Hros."
  to the wars in such numbers as
                                                          •                             RADIO SALES CORP.
  tills.                                                                                      387 Millhum Avenue
                                                 Oet in the S<
                                                                                              Millburn     6-0015                 JL HE management of thit
 J rman I racks                                                                                                                   bank is pledged to conMrvi-
                                                                                                                                   cive operation. The safety

 Horse For Plane                                                                                                                   of depositors' funds is our
                                                                                                                                   primary consideration. In
                                                                                                                                   addition, the bank is a mem
    Private Daniel B- Forman of
  Hillside avenue, stationed with
                                                                                                                                   ber of Federal Deposit Insur-
                                                                                                                                   ance Corporation,whit!
                                                                                                                                                                    IN THIS BANK
  New Jersey's crack 102nd Cav-
  alry for the past 18 months, has
  been accepted for officer train-
                                                                                                                                   sures each of our dcp<
                                                                                                                                   against loss to J
                                                                                                                                   of $5,000.
  ing in air corps administration.
  It I* announced at headquarters                                                                                                                                   INSURED
  Port Jackson, S. C.
     Private Forman arrived home
  on furlough Friday where he


                                                                                                                                   FIRST NATIONAL BANK
                                                                             I cool off the atmosphere.
                                                                   after 1 sprinkle my Victory Garde,
                                                                                                                                         "I MILLBURN, N E * JERSEY
                                                                   »on lh« syn-baked aid™ and roof of
    At Our l-ow—Estimate Prim
                                                          Ing ba.h         ' ' 8 ° l ° h e < 1 ' l t a k e - restful,
    Thos. R. Douglas Co.
             KataMI«h*< MM
                                                  •''«•   n e M morni
                                                                        « 8 1 feel wonderful.
      SHEET METAL WORK                                Commonwealth Water Co.
    MS KUlbura AM.      Mlttksn
[Augusi          142]                                           The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                                          3]
                                  Unsuccessful In this members                                                      is expected when the commit-           Millburn High School.
No Bar, No Grill;                          on the report and de-
                                           application.                     Would Build                             tee settles down to reaching a
                                                                                                                                                              A pharmacist's mate must
                                                                                                                                                           know how to take charge of
                                    As to the liquor part of the                                                       That all 17 wil, demand re-         sick bay orf board ship, do
It's                              business its future now rests
                                  with the State Alcoholic^ Bev-
                                                                                                                    duced assessments claiming-de-
                                                                                                                    preciation to their property If
                                                                                                                                                           minor surgery and first aid
   Out of the bar business tem- erage Control Board. An appeal                Seeking permission to erect            the permit goes through, was             Enrolled with the Naval Re-
porarily-&t least, the Studio Bar from the local denial of a li-            a three story fire-proof. ware-         one promise Abraham left with          serves, Degnan was selected for
and Grill, Morris turnpike night cense has been carried to ABC              house on vacant lands at Spring         members.                               school because of high marks
spot sought to reopen its grill where it still reposes.                     and Essex streets, Millburn                                                    in the aptitude test given each
when it made application to          An ordinance relinquishing             Cleaners Inc., came before the                                                 recruit soon after he arrives
the Town Fathers Monday certain Hobart avenue rights                        Township Committee Monday                                                      there. When he has completed
night for a new restaurant li- was passed as was one calling
cense. The application was de- for an end of unsanitary and
                                                                            night having gained a favorable
                                                                            nod from the Board of Adjust-
                                                                                                                           /; Wins                         1 he course he will be eligible for
                                                                                                                                                           duty at sea or ashore, wherever
nied.                             unsafe housing conditions in
   The story of this night club the Township.
                                                                            ment. The latter after bearings
                                                                            had recommended an exception             Navy Advance                          the Bureau of Naval Personnel
                                                                                                                                                           finds he is needed most.
is a long one replete with acro-                                            to the zoning law to pernul the
batic checks etc., that finalfy
                                                                                                                       Having recently completed
                                     A MEETING of the Execu-                building.                                his basic training at Newport
closed its doors to hungering
and thirsty artists. The etc. in- tive Committee of the Millburn              Harry E. Walburg appeared              Naval Training Station, James
                                                                            as attorney for the cleaning             Charles Degnan, 27, of 15 Doug-
clude charges of unsanitary Township Citizens Committee
conditions and persistent vio- was held at the home of the                  establishment and Abraham Sil-           las street, son of James M. Deg-                   BALLS*
lations of the health code made chairman, Mrs. Frederic H.                  verstein represented 17 nearby           nan, is in the South attending          New Shipment of Pennsyl-
by Health Officer MacPherson. Renard on Tuesday evening,                    and objecting residents and              one of the Navy's schools for           vanias just received.
                                                                            property owners. Both argued             Pharmacist's Mates. Degnan
   Monday night's application.
was made in the face of a August 4th.                                       briefly but a real jam session           was graduated in 1933 from                     ALPEITS
recommended denial by the                                                                                                                                    45 MAIN STREET MI 6-0674
health officer and the commit-
tee stuck by its official inspec-
 tor. Edward H. Rossbach ap-
 peared as attorney for the ap-
   When it appeared from his
 remarks that the doctor might
 be biased in his findings and

                                                                                                      needed for War
 overly exacting the committee
 recessed in an endeavor to con-
 tact either him or his assist-
 ant Mr. Goslau before a vote.

          5TATI0NE                             "What's it good for?'
                                               "Guns, tanks, and maybe
                                               part of a plane"

                                            In the attics and cellars of               promptly, the full rate of production
                                            homes, in garages, tool sheds,             cannot be attained or increased; the                 JUNK MAKES
                                                                                       necessary tanks, guns, and ships cannot
                                            and on farms, is a lot of Junk             be produced.                                      FIGHTING WEAPONS
                                            which is doing no good where it               The rubber situation is also critical. In
                                                                                                                                                        One old radiator
                                            is, but which is needed at once to         spite of the recent rubber drive, there is                       will provide
                                            help smash the Japs and Nazis.             a continuing need for large quantities of                        •crap steel need-
                                                                                       scrap rubber. Also for other waste mate-                         ed for seventeen
                                                                                       rials and metals like brass, copper, zinc,                       .30 calibre rifles.
                                               Scrap iron and steel, for example. Old lead, and tin.
                                            radiators, lengths of pipe, refrigerators,                                                     ^^     One old lawn mower will
          25 SHEETS                         garbage pails, broken garden tools...         America needs your active assistance              ^     help make six 3-inch shells.
                                                                                       in rounding up these materials. The
                                               It may be rusty, old "scrap" to you, Junk which you collect is bought by
      25 ENVELOPES                          but it is actually refined steel, with industry from scrap dealers at estab-
                                            most impurities removed—and can be lished, government-controlled prices.

                                            quickly melted with new metal in the                                                                        One useless old
                                                                                          Will you help?                                                tire will pro-
             $                              form of pig iron to produce highest                                                                         •id* • • much
                                            quality steel for our war machinea.           First—collect all your waste material                         rubber 11 h
                                               Even in peacetime our Nation relied and pile it up.                                                      used in 12 gas
                                            on scrap to provide about 50% of the          Then—sell it to a Junk dealer, give it
                                            raw material for steel. Now production     to a charity, take it yourself to the
   Never before . . . a t least                                                                                                                     One old shovel will help
   • • never before that we                 of steel has gone up, up, UP, until nearest collection point, or get in touch                           make 4 hand grenades.
   Jiavr hoen able to dis-                  today America is turning out as much with your Local Salvage Committee.
            . has a genuine                 steel as all the rest of the world com-       If you live on a farm, consult your
         dip stamped s t a -
    L i 7 •••      h each die               bined.                                     County War Board or your farm im-
                                                                                                                                                MATERIALS NEEDED
   individually made . . .
                                               But unless at least 6,000,000 addi- plement dealer.
                                            tional tons of scrap steel is uncovered       Throw YOUR scrap into tha                      Scrap Iron and steal.
          Paper is a delicate                                                                                                            Other metals of all kinds.
               erey . . . with                             This message approved by Conservation Division
                     woven In                                                                                                            Old rubber.
                    add char-                        WAR PRODUCTION BOARD                                                                Rags, Manila rope, burlap bags.
                   ance. Threo                   This advertisement paid for by the American Industries Salvage Committee
                  • onogram                                                                                                              Waste Cooking Fats—strain into a
                                                 (representing and with funds provided by groups of hading industrial concerns.)
                                                                                                                                         large tin can and when yon get a pound or
                   to the men                   LOCAL SALVAGE COMMITTEE                                                                  more, spll to your meat dealer.
                                                                                                                                         NEEDED ONLY IN CERTAIN LOCALITIES:
                                                                     Phone: Shorl      Hill^
                  fighting.                                                                                 US'3 B VA.N W l
                                                                                                                                         Waste paper and tin cans,as announced locally.
                                                                                                                LAYTOJI                  NOT NEEDEDa: this time: Razor blades—glass.
          n . Short Hills Item                                                                                 ON T -••
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                    Mil       , „ , N. J,
                                                                The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                f August 7
                                   Short Hills                            last week-end guests from Ken-                                           Sally Thorpe, daughter of Mr
                                                                          vil, Succasunna and Lake Ar-
                                                                          rowhead.                                                  hi**         and Mrs. Herbert Thorpe of
                                                                                                                                                 Ferncliff terrace, has concluded
                                                                                                                                                 a six weeks' stay at Camp Lc
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Gustave C. Gen-                                         noloc, Arden, N. Y. •
                                                                          nert and daughter, Mrs. James
                                                                          B. Green of Coniston road, left       On Tuesday, Miss Rena Mar-         Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cou-
                                                                          last week to spend several         jorie Wolcott, daughter of the      nihan and Richard Counihan
                                                                          weeks at their farm near East      late Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S.          of Claremont drive, are regis^
                                                                          Putney, Vt.                                                            tered at the Stockton in Sea
                             MOTES 6                 OF THE WEEK                                             Wolcott of Short Hills, became      Girt.
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Meredith C. Laf-    the bride of 2nd Lieutenant
                           By Edith    Clifford                           fey of Montview avenue, have       Carl Frederick Rogge, Jr., at         Miss Elizabeth Collins, daugh-
    "Since gas rations make these                                         concluded a vacation in Man-       the home of the bridegroom's        ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Col-
                                      A. A. Clarkson and daughters        chester, Vt.                       parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rogge of      lins of Hobart avenue, has
  the horse-buggy days, we might      Nancy, Carolyn and Marie of                                            Fairfield drive. Judge G. Noyes     ended a two weeks stay in New-
 as well go back to gay-nineties      Twin Oak road.                                                         Slayton performed the cere-
                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. Vance Lauder-                                            comb, N. Y. Joseph Sali
 ways. So let's have an outing                       •                   dale of Forest drive, spent last    mony. A wedding dinner was
 as Pa and Ma had, when pic-            Miss Nancy McGehee, daugh-                                                                               of ^ Washington, is visitlm
                                                                         week-end in Marblehead, Mass.       served at the Chanticler.           grandparents, Mr. and
 nic suppers were all in the          ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis N.     Their sons Vance Jr., a student
 fad. Pill up this cake box with      McGehee of West road, has con-                                            The bride wore a black dress     Collins, for two weeks.
                                                                         at Harvard and Gerald, a stu-       of street length trimmed in                           •
 'vittles' for two, (we'll furnish    cluded a visit in. Washington      dent at the summer session" at
 the beer and skittles for you).      D. C. as the guest of her uncle                                        light blue, with light blue ac-
                                                                         St. Marks', joined them.            cessories. She wore a pale pink      At.   'R/tfth
 Come to our backyard on Au-          and aunt, Lieutenant and Mrs.                                                                                                      Years
 gust the one, and join with          R. O. Alspaugh. Her brother          Mr. and Mrs. "Worthington         orchid corsage. Miss Marjorie
 your neighbors in old-fashioned      Owen McGehee, is spending the      Campbell have returned to          Rogge, Lieutenant Rogge's sis-
                                                                                                             ter, was the bride's only attend-      On August 1st, 1917, Miss
 fun."                                summer at Camp Adirondack,         their Knollwood road home,                                              Leonie Crane started work at
                                      Lake George, N. Y.                 after spending their vacation      ant. Her frock was beige color
    Such read the invitations sent                                                                          trimmed with purple. She wore         the First National Bank of
 by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hinds                                            at Marblehead, Mass.                                                    Millburn.    Saturday she cele-
                                        Miss Mildred Smith of Phila-                                        purple orchids.
 of Whitney road to 38 friends        delphia and Ensign John W.            The Neighborhood Group met                                           brated the twenty-fifth anni-
 and neighbors. The Hinds, be-                                                                                 Mrs. Rogge is a graduate of
                                      Padgett, who is stationed in       at Mrs. L. R. Leffersons' Fair-    Millburn High School and El-         versary of her connection
 lieving in the "good neighbor"       New York at the Training           field drive on Wednesday, at                                            that institution.
 policy, decided to bring, them                                                                             mira College. .Her husband, also
                                      School at N. Y* U. spent last      which time they sewed for the      a Millburn High School Alum-            The board of directors, in
 together. Games of every de-         week-end with Ensign Padgett's     Red Cross.                                                              honoring Miss Crane, tendered
 scription were played out-of-                                                                              nus, was graduated from Wes-
                                      parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.                                          leyan University.                    her a testimonial resolution
 doors. Eighteen arrived for last     Padgett of Oakview terrace.          Mrs. G. L. Ward of Martin-                                            signed by the board and em-
 Saturday's party and eighteen                                           dale road, will entertain at          The couple are spending sev-
                                                                                                            eral days in New York and            ployees and also a "War Bond
 have been invited for next week.       Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ludwig        luncheon today. She will take                                           in appreciation of her quarter-
                                      and sons Alan and Douglas of       her guests to Barberry Corner      Washington, before going to
                                                                                                            Florida where they will make         century of service.
  Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Cam-         Hillside avenue, are spending      Tea Room, returning to the                                                 Since beginning her work a
eron and daughter Marianna            this month in Lavallette. They     Ward residence for Red Cross       their home. Lt. Rogge who is
                                                                                                            with the Field Artillery, for-       a teller, now assistant cashier.
     Whitney road, have con-          were at Cedar Lake, Denville,      sewing. Her guests will be:                                             Miss Crane has come to know
cluded a month's stay at the          for the month of July.                                                merly of Fort Sill, Okla., has
                                                                            Mrs. James Beckett, Mrs. Don    recently received his commis-        thousands of local residents.
      ie hotel in Atlantic City.                                                                                                                 She has more years of service
                 •                        Mrs. Everett H. Holmes Qf      Jones, Mrs. Philip Meyer, Mrs.     sion as second lieutenant, six
                                       Wellington avenue has Mrs. Mil-   Hal Davis, Mrs. Harold Peck,       months after enlistment. His         to her credit than any other
  Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chadwick                                                                                                                    employee of the bank.
returned to their Highland ave-        ton O. Lange and daughter         Mrs. Harold Valentine, Mrs. Ed-    new post is Camp Blanding, Fla.
nue home on Saturday, follow-          Nancy visiting her at her sum-    win Gidley, Mrs. William Lech-                     •
    a trip to the West coast for       mer home, "The Everest" at        trecker and Mrs. DeNyce Atwa-         Mrs. G. Ballon Landa and            Mr. Lester Peinc has been ap-
                                       Port Monmouth for a few days.     ter of S. H. and Mrs. R. R. Gil-   daughter Peggy Ann of Old            pointed Warden for Zone 3 in
                *                                      *                 key of Glen Ridge and Mrs.                                              place of Mr. Ernest Finch Jr..
  Mr. a:id Mrs. F. R. Buckman             Mr and Mrs William A.                                             Short Hills road, will       leave
                                                                                       of Plainfleld.       today for Middlebush to visit        who has moved from town. Mr.
    Brooklyn, were recent guest                                 ivenui                                                                           H. G. Hartley will be Sec
of their son and his wife, Mr.         have concluded a two weei             !. and Mrs. Daniel Bustihell   Mrs. Landa's sister, Mrs. Wil-
                                                                                                            liam Nulton. When they re-           Warden in Mr. Peine's place.
and Mrs. Stuart A. Buckman of          vacation at Murray Bay, Cana-     of New Vernon, are visiting
Elmwood place.,                        da.                               Mrs. Bushnell's father, Albert     turn, Mrs. Nulton and her                            •
                "!»                                                                                         daughter Joan, will return to           MBS. RICHARD H. FEEHAN
        mth's vacation has ended                       •                 H. Marckwald and Mrs. Marck-
                                                                         wald of Montview avenue, at        Short Hills for a visit.             of New York City has been
      Dr. and Mrs. George A.             Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelley
Scheller of Hillside avenue.           and daughter Pat of Park road,    yieir summer home In Woods             A month's vacation in Put-       spending the week with her
They with their children Susan,        returned on Saturday, from a      Hole, Mass. The Bushnells will     ney, Vt., has ended for Mr. and      -'aughtcr, Mrs. Howard Peltz '
Ann and Tony, spent two weeks          month's stay at Monmouth          remain for a ten days' stay.       Mrs. Drury W. Cooper of North        89 Pine street.
     Seaside Park, after which         Beach.                                                               road.
                                                                           Susan Smith, is spending the                                           Bomb the Japs WUh Junk'
     and Mrs. Scheller went to            Miss Elizabeth T. Wilson of                                                       •
                                       Smyrna, Del. arrived yesterday    summer at the Anita Zahn
Skytop in the Poconos, for two                                           School of the Arts, Great Bar-         A two weeks stay at Lake
                                       to spend several days as the
                v                      guest of Mr. and Mrs. William     rington, Mass. Her sister Nancy,
                                                                         joined her last Friday for a
                                                                                                            Sunapee, N. H., ended on Satur-
                                                                                                            day for Mr. and Mrs. George             Refrigerator REPAIRS
        J. W. Casterton of Fair-       Clifford Jr., of Whitney road.                                       McGrath of Hillside avenue.             "See The Marks Bros."
                                                                         week's stay.    They are the
    1 drive, is spending a week                        • -               daughters of Mr. and Mrs.                          •                       RADIO SALES CORP-
     the Monmouth Hotel in               Mrs. Wade Barnett and niece,                                       o f Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fryling               387   Millhurn Avenue
                                                                         Ralph B. Smith of Hobart ave-          Barnsdale road, have opened
Spring Lake. Mr. and Mrs.            , Miss Marion Bennett of New                                               Bdl
                                                                                                            their cottage in Sea Girt.                  Miliburn 6-0015
                                       Orleans, arrived on Tuesday to    nue. The Smiths spend week-
Franklin     Rowley of South                                             ends and vacation at their
   .nge, accompanied her.              spend ten days with the for-
                                       mer's nephew and niece, Mr.       camp near Mt. Tabor.
  Jane Audrey Gross, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gross
    Barnsdale road, Is spending
    summer with her aunt, Miss
                                       and Mrs. Warren J. Bennett
                                       Barberry lane.
                                                                                                             DAVE'S MARKET347 MILLBURN AVENUE
    e T. Gross at her home in            Mrs. Louise Hocker of 16 Mar-
                                       tindale road, entertained over                                            PHONE MILLBURN 6-1730 FOR FREE DELIVERY
  Mrs.     Harold     Deckert of
Maple wood, was the week-end
guest of Mrs. Gustave Martin
    sfobart Gap roadC Miss Lil-                                                     Carry You to
       Hunger of Calif on, was                                                  I Freedom — From             Fancy Turkeys                                                 ib. la
       Martin's* guest last week.                                                 Washday Worries
                  •                                                                                         gPhiladelphia Capons                                           ib.45
  Mr. and Mrs. Donald L.
Campbell of Glenwood drive,                                                                                 [Tenderized Smokedor Hams                                      ib.37
have conducted a ten days' va-
cation spent at Nantucket. Mrs.
     pbell's brother, Private Ku-
                                                                                                            prime Rib Roast of Beef
   ie E. DufI, U. S. Infantry at
Camp Forest, Tenrt., visited                                                                                (Genuine Spring Kentucky Lamb
them last week.
                                                                                                             Should                                                               ;i
  A five weeks' vacation spent
at Pocono Lake Preserve, ended
on Saturday for Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                         Mayflower i                                         ab
                                                                                                                      <^ °* L m
  Dr. G. Youngelson                                  fine
                                                                            Laundry                                                     ROLLS
                                                                                                                                                                        3 rolls 25<
                                                                                                                                                                            for    **"
 SUB (JEON CHIROPODIST                                                          Telephone
            • r Muaartm                                                                                                           WALDORF. . . .               ROLLS
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  Telephone Millburn 6-1772                                                                                                       SCOTTOWELS . .               ROLLS
                                             Millburn 6-0949.
[August 7, 194a]                                                 The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM                                                                             [ Page 5 ]

                                                                              HOWARD C. PURSELL, for-
USO Wants Service Men j Addresses                                           mer Roselle Park teacher, has
                                                                            been appointed by the Board
                                                                                                                  Frozem Pineapple
                                                                            of Education to replace Paul
     Millburn Township Citizens Committee of the USO is endeav-
                                                                            Cherin as physical education          Cheese Salad
oring tb contact families of all men in service through form let-           instructor for one year at $2,200.
ters sent out last June. The purpose of this letter was to compile          Mr. Cherin is now in the Navy's       1 tablespoon graulated gelatin
a correct list of all Township residents in service (draftees and           physical fitness program.             1-2 cup whipped cream
enlisted men) and their forwarding addresses.       Many of these                                                  1-2 cup mayonnaise
forms have not been returned. The Item is reprinting this form                                                    2 tablespoons cold water
                                                                                                                                                       Beauty is your duty girls,
below and if a member of your family is in the Service, your co-
operation in either filling out this blank or returing the original
                                                                            "If At First You                      3 tablesp'ns white cream cheese
                                                                                                                  1-2 cup boiling pineapple juice
                                                                                                                                                     whether you major *in wifely
                                                                                                                                                     or war work jobs. This beauty
                                                                                                                  2-3 cup cubed pineapple            business keeps us on our toes
yellow form immediately to the Secretary of the Committee, Mrs.
Eric H. Foster, 49 Hobart Avenue, Short Hills is requested.
                                                                            Don 'tSucceed"etc                     1 tablespoon lemon juice
                                                                                                                  1-4 teaspoon salt
                                                                                                                                                     more     during deep      summer
                                                                                                                                                     weather. Thank goodness Char-
  Mrs. Foster is sending cards to boys everywhere, overseas and      Father Millburn didn't score                 1-2 cup shredded almonds           lotte's Beauty Salon has air
                                                                   as a realtor last month for                       Soak the gelatin five minutes
at home, to let them know they are remembered. Through your both his reported sales of                                                               conditioning. It's grand to have
                                                                                                                  in the cold water and dissolve     a shampoo, and set under the
cooperation no boy will be forgotten. Each branch of the service Township lands flopped before                    in boiling juice. Cool and let     most comfortable       conditions.
has a special card so in filling out the blank kindly include the .the deals were closed. Anthony                 thicken slightly, then add the     Charlotte's is closed all day
branch your boy is with. Help to* bring thoughts from home to Vedutis changed his mind as                         rest of the ingredients. Pour      Saturday.
men in service.                                                    to the desirability of a piece of              into a tray in a mechanical re-
                                                                   ground adjacent to his home                                                                        *
                                                                                                                  frigerator and freeze.               During this month, the Betty
                                                                   on Mechanic street and Harry
                                                                                                                                                     Telfer Studio is having a mar-
                                                                   Sllverstein reconsidered his of-
                                                                                                                                                     velous sale of their outstanding
(Rank)                     (Name)                                  fer of $250 for a plot on Green-

                                                      (Serial No.)
                                                                   wood drive. A $30 deposit was
                                                                   refunded in the latter instance
                                                                   and then William J. Jordan re-
                                                                                                                  MORTGAGE                           merchandise. Here's a chance
                                                                                                                                                     to save 2o% on upholstered fur-
                                                                                                                                                     niture and 10r', on their rare
                                                                                                                                                     accessories. Select a lovely piece
                                                                   newed his offer of $230 which                                                     to add tone to your home.
                                                                   was accepted subject to ratifi-                                                                    •
                        (Service Branch)                           cation at the next Town meet-                                                       You may even be an amateur
                                                                   ing.                                                                              "Oscar" in your own kitchen,
                                                                                         •                                       DWELLINGS           but I'm sure you'd welcome a
         (c/o Postmaster)                               (A.P.O. No.)          Bomb the Japs With Junk!                                               meal out for a change if it was
                                                                                                                           APARTMENT HOUSES          tastefully prepared.    The best
Return to: Mrs. Eric H. Foster, 49 Hobart Avenue, Short Hills, N. J.                                                    COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES        place I know, is Barberry Cor-

  THE DEVELOPMENT of war                  HOLY HOUR devotions at              RUBBER STAMPS                        NEW JERSEY REALTY
                                                                                                                                                     ner Tea Boom on Taylor street.
                                                                                                                                                       Lady! Care fondly for your
time courses on the far east            3:30 P. M. on Sunday, August                                                                                 present refrigerator! Holme's
and the pacific area, propa-            9, at Rosary Shrine, Summit          Millburn & Short Hills Item                      Cotrytuuty             Refrigerator and Radio Service,
ganda of war and the eco-               will include solemn     novena             249 Main Street                    830 BROAD ST., NEWARK, N. X    can keep it in good repair for
nomics of war, as part of the           prayers in honor of the As-           Telephone Millburn 6-1200                                              you. Call the Holmes Brothers
evening college curriculum are          sumption of the Blessed Virgin.                                                                              for all electrical work. Tickets
announced by Dean Norman C.             The novena opens on the first                                                                                at Millburn Theatre for Mrs.
Miller of Rutgers University            Friday of August and will be                                                                                 Francis L. Bayley.
College. The Newark and New             made especially for men in                                                                                                    •
Brunswick centers of Univers-           service.
ity College start September 28.
       Em Firing — With Junk!
                                          Throw Your Scrap Into the
                                        Fight!           i r i - *m.m iJ
                                                                                    Please Avoid                                                       Any hot day or night that
                                                                                                                                                     your child asks for something
                                                                                                                                                     to drink, give him a tall glass
                                                                                                                                                     chocolate milk.      Not only
                                                                                       • Unnecessary Calls                                           Canoe Brook Farms' c1
                                                                                                                                                     milk refreshing and h.
                                                                                                           hington                                   but nourishing as well.
                                                                                                                                                        If you are in Elizabeth
                                                                                                                                                     afternoon and wish to enjoy a
                                                                                                                                                     few moments, go over to Pingry
                                                                                                                                                     School, sit under a shade tree
                                                                                                                                                     and watch the summer school
                                                                                                                                                     youngsters having a grand
                                                                                                                                                     time playing badminton, arch-
                                                                                                                                                     ery, handball and other sports.
                                                                                                                                                        Live Millburn, Shop Millburn,
                                                                                                                                                     Bank Millburn! Standing on
                                                                                                                                                     the south east corner a
                                                                                                                                                     burn and Main is the Fi
                                                                                                                                                     tional Bank, ready to st
                                                                                                                                                     your every banking need. Talk
                                                                                                                                                     over your financial problems
                                                                                                                                                     with them. Let them ad
                                                                                                 rlTHthe war effort of 28 United Nations             you on Government Reg*,
                                                                                             centered upon it, Washington is probably                including "credit       privilet i
                                                                                             the busiest city in the world. It is fast out-          Member F.D.I.C.
                                                                                             growing its physical limits—and Its tele-                                  •
                                                                                             phone facilities.                                          The Muirfield Shop,
                                                                                                                                                     floor at Muir's, East Orange,
                                                                                               Long distance calls in and out of the
  Facial Tissues              200 for 7c                                                     capitoi city have doubled within a year and
                                                                                                                                                     shows many signs of interest for
                                                                                                                                                     College - b o u n d d a u g h t e r s .
  Edward's Olive Tablets          25c size I # c                                             are still Increasing as the war effort moves            Sweaters galore and skirts to
                                                                                                                                                     go with them. Smooth new col-
                                                                                             toward its peak.
  Book Matches                  5 0 pads 9 c                                                                                                         lege suits are arriving daily.
                                                                                               Materials for further telephone expan-                                   •
 jCuticura Ointment               25c size IOc                                               sion now go for weapons of war.                            It may well be "a cold win-
 |Nail Polish Remover IOC size .3 ounces # c                                                   To help meet this situation, we ask you               ter ahead." With rationing
                                                                                                                                                     many sides, the oil tank and
                                                                                             to avoid unnecessary calls to Washington.
 Aspirin Tablets 5              100t 12c                                                     If you must call, please be brief and call
                                                                                                                                                     coal bin may also suffer. Con-
                                                                                                                                                     serve fuel and reduce dr
  Quinsana                       50c size 4 7 c                                              when thelinesareleM busy: before 10 A.M.;               your home by insulating v. I
                                                     440 for 25c                             12 to 2 P.M.; 5 to 7 P.M. and after 9 P.M.              Johns-Manvllle rock wool now.
                                                                                               Your cooperation will do much to help
 Glapp'g Baby Food                                    ioc size        f|c                    relieve the congestion on telephone lines
                                                                                                                                                        Even with gas rationing
                                                                                                                                                     can visit Forbes D
 Vacuum Bottle                                           I si/c- tt                          and speed the drive lor Victory.                        dens. Route 10, at H
                                                                                                                                                     Only seven miles \-
               — WE SELL WAR STAMPS —                                                                                                                petunia. V . . . — <
                                                                                             Tmnt in" TB £ TELEPHONE BOUIC' Manjayt
                   CLOSED NIGHTLY AT 10 P. M.                                                                                                        Tarjy midst the do:
                         FBKE M3XIVKRY                                                               at 9 P.M.' WEAF . KYW
                                                                                                                  •                                  choice    varieties of lobelias,
                                                                                                                                                     marigolds, cupheas and snap
        >\}WUv*v §>V\*Q Store*
                            SALES A U
                                                                                          NEW JERSEY BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                                     dragons. Select the typt-
                                                                                                                                                     nuals you prefer and order
  ...                                               Millburn 6-0449                                                                                                          vcor's fiiir-
  *W Millburn Ave.
     Friday                                       Saturday                                           Sunday                                                  Monday                                                                     Tuesday                                                                Wednesday                                                                                                                                                            Thursday

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                                                                                                        "HELLO ANNAPOLIS."                                          "TOM BROWN,                               Jean                    Parker,
                                                                                                        Auriint 11-15.

                                                                                                        *  SOUTH ORANGE
                                                                                                            "TORTILLA FLAT," Spencer Tracy, Hedy Lamarr.
                                                                                                        John Oarrield. Frank Morgan; "HAYFOOT." Auguat 7.
                                                                                                        "JUKE GIRL." Ann Sheridan, Ronald Reagan. Richard
                                                                                                        Whorf; HELLO ANNAPOLIS. ' Tom Brown, Jean Parker,
•        PAPER MILL PLAYHOUSE                                                                           August 8-11. "MOONTIDE," Ida Luplno, Thomas Mitchell,
                                                                                                        Jerome Cowan: "SYNCOPATION." Jackie Cooper. Bonlta                                                                                                 AMERICAN LEGION — Meets Fourth Thursday of aacu
    "THE l'IKATES OF PBNZANCE." Rosemarte Brancato.                                                     Granville. Adotph Menjou, August 12-11.                                                                                                         •iunth. 8 P. M., Reoreatlon Building, Taylor Park.
Ralph Rteics. Donald Gag*. Paul Reed. AugiAt 7-8. "THK                                                                                                                                                                                                     AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY — Masts second Tut*.
CHOCOLATE SOT.DrER," otarrinir Dorothy Sandlln. Au-
intst 10-2S.
                                                                                                        *   EAST ORANGE                                                                                                                                 day of each month, 8 P. M., Recreation Building, Taylor
                                                                                                        HOLLYWOOD, Central Avenue at Harrisen.                                                                                                             CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS — Meats second and fourth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Monday of each month, 8:30 P. M., St. Rose of Lima
*         MAPLEWOOD                                                                                        ••REAP THE WILD WIND." R. Milland, J. Wayne,                                                                                                 School Hall.
                                                                                                        Piulette Goddard. Raymond Maaiiey. An trust 7-12. "THE                                                                                             CASA COLOMBO CIVIC ASSOCIATION meets first
                  OX THK RHINE. ' Ohri»tian«                                                      MAGNIFICENT DOPE." Henry Fonda. Lynn Barl, Don                                                                                                  Friday of each month at 7:00 o'clock P. M.
                                                                                                        Anteche, Augus. 13-16.                                                                                                                             FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Continental Lodge —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 8 P, II.,
          MOSQUE—Newark                                                                                 *   NEWARK                                                                                                                                      First National Bank Building.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ITALIAN-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION — Meeta the first
                                                                                                        STANLEY, 33 South Orange Avenue.                                                                                                                Tuesday of each month at Masonic Hall, Bank Building.
  "C1UE8T IN THE HOUSE." August 7-S.' "YOU CANT                                                                                                                                                                                                            JOCKEY HOLLOW FIELD TRIAL CLUB — Meets tblrd
TAKE IT * 1 T H V o r . " Kivil Slone. August 11-17.                                                       "TEN GENTLEMEN FROM WEST POINT," George                                                                                                      Wednesday of each month, 8 P. M.. Recreation Building,
                                                                                                        Montgomery, John Button. Laird Cregar, ' WHISPERING"                                                                                            Taylor Park.
                                                                                                        GHOSTS," Milton Berle, Brenda Joyce. August 7-13.                                                                                                  K1WANIS CLUB — Mee'.s at Chantlcler every Wednes-
                                                                                                        "BROADWAY," George Pat O'Brien, Janet Blair,                                                                                             day noon for luncheon and program.
                                                                                                        Marjorle Rambcau: "TWIN BEDS," Joan Bennett, George
                                                                                                        Brent, Misrha Auer, E. Truex, Glenrta Farrell, Auguat 14-                                                                                       • LAD1KS AUXILIARY OF CASA COLOMBO — M»»t«
                                                                                                        ti.                                                                                                                                                                                                     S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         third Friday of each month, 8:30 P. M. at Club Houas, 1 K
                                       T h a n program* art                                                                                                                                                                                              Main Street, Millburn.
                                       • c c u r a t • »t pr*u
                                       time — but Thea-tMs                                              LOEWS, Broad and New Streets.                                                                                                                        LADIES AUXILIARY OF ST. ROSE OF LIMA'S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         CHUIRCH meets first Monday of each month at appointed
                                       • umetluti                                                          "CROSSROADS." William Powell, Hedy Lamarr: "THE                                                                                                   KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Meets first and third
                                       their minds.                                                     VANISHING VIRGINIAN," Kathryn Qrayaon. Frank Mor-                                                                                                Thursday of each month, 8:30 P. M., St. Rose of Lima
                                                                                                        gan, 7-13.                                                                                                                               l>lui-e to be named at previous meeting.
         MILLBURN                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             MASONIC CLUB —-Meets the first Tuesday of each
                                                                                                        PARAMOUNT, Market Street.                                                                                                                        munlh In the Masonic Club rooms, Bank Building, Millburn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              MEN'S CLUB — St. Stephen's Church — Meets thud
  "SERGEANT YORK." Qan' Cooper, Walter Brennan,                                                             "AR1<: HUSBANDS NECESSARY," Ray Mllland. Betty
M   v      I I-Milie: "ALL AMERICAN CO-ED," J.                                                                                                                                                                                                           Thursday of each month — 8:16—Parish House. 136 Main
                                                                                                        Field; "SWEATER GIRL." Eddte Bracken, June Preuwer,                                                                                             Htit-et.
               i,-rord. Auguat 8-10. "TEN QENTLE-                                                       August 7-12.
MKN                IKHNT,'  George Montgomery, John                                                                                                                                                                                                          MILLBURN COMMUNITY COUNCIL—Meets secuiid
                 .    WHISPERING GHOSTS," Hilton                                                                                                                                                                                                        rwsday of June, October, December, February and April »i
                               iiHU.11   11-11.                                                         BRANFORD, 11 Braniord Place.                                                                                                                    the Barberry Corner Tea Room.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              MILLBURN REPUBLICAN CLUB — Meets the fourth
                                                                                                            •THEY ALL KISSED THE BRIDE." Joan Crawford,                                                                                                 Thursday of each month, 8:00 P. M.
*        UNION                                                                                          Melvj,.
                                                                                                                        August 7-11. "CANAL ZONE." Chester
                                                                                                                I Hubbard    , ,.   •,                                                                                                                        MILLUUKN ROTARY CLUB — Meets at the Cham;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . .i. i. Tuesday noon for luncheon and program.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I'            10ASTERN STAR, Continental Cbapti-i
                                                                                                        KKO PROCTORS. 116 Market Street.                                                                                                                 Mr-tH first ami third Wednesday of each month. 8 1-
        U a t u r e , R u n Hayworth. J a m e s Q l e a s o n ; "SONS O F                                  "IT HAPPENED IN FLATBU3H," Lloyd Nolan. Carols                                                                                                Knst National Bank Building.
              ," M, RedeTave, Valerie Holwon. A u t u t a-11.                                           Landia; "THE POSTMAN DIDN'T RINQ," Richard Travis.                                                                                                    ORDER OF THK AMARANTH—Meets second and fuulth
    KK i l l l t l . "   Ann Sh>-rldan. Ronald Reajtan,             Richard                             Hrenda Joyca, Auffuat 7-1 2.                                                                                                                    Thursday uf eaoh month 8 P. M., First National Bank
VVhorC;     I!       I                                          lean P a r k -                                                                                                                                                                           Buildlntr.
»r. Augunt I S O                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SOUTH MOUNTAIN CIVIC ASSOCIATION
                                                                                                        it           ELIZABETH                                                                                                                          meeting, held third Thursday of each month. Wm. Faontlift
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Greenwood Drive, secretary.
*   SUMMIT                                                                                                        • iENT, 39 Broad Street.                                                                                                                    WASHINGTON ROCK ROD AND OUN CLUB — MeM«
                                                                                                                                                   !                                                                                                                          Thursday of each month 8 P. M. RecrestKiu
                                                                                                                                                                     Kay Milland, John W
STRAND                                                                                                                                                             iaasoy; "ALL AMERICAN"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  i r, Taylor I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              WOODMEN OF THE WORLD — Meets third Thui
                                                                                                                                                             IWfOrd. August 7-12. "PRIVATE                                                              of each month, S P. M First National Bank Building.
                                                                                                                                                        • Slaters, Joe E. Lewis, Dick Foran                                                                   WYOMING ASSOCIATION — Council meets seoeud TajJ-
                                                                                                                              i          !'            i DOPE," Henry Fonda, Lynn Barl.                                                                  day ol eaoh month except July and August, at 8:3U r. *'
                                                                                                              •       '       •   '.           '           13-19.                                             »
                        'HE       VV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In Wyoming Clnb • House. Linden Street. Arthur Sal
                       •..y.   Auu                                                                      RITZ, M48 East Jersey Street.
LYRIC                                                                                                                     •       !             (ipor«e Raft. P i t O'Brien. Janet Blair

                                                                                                                                              u:  "TWIN B E D S , " Joan Bennett, George
                                                                                                                                                  B. Trues, Qlenda Farrel, Ausust 7-12
                         inimii                                                                                                                              owell Red Skelton. Bert Lahr
                                                                                                                                                KID         ••   B KILLER."    Van Hefllri,
+•       MADI                                                                                           Maraha                Hunt.       !.».• B o w n u o , Aivuat 13-19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BARBERRY-CORNER — 33 Taylor street, .i
                      THK      RLV1                                         i    Denning-.                                                                                                                                                               burn ii-1739) Delicious food served and cha< inline »ui
                                                                                Mar Dona Id                                                                                                                                                              lugs. Luncheon 00c. Dinner $1 and

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                                                                                                           BAND OONCERT. Taylor Park. »vtr
                                                                                                                                              EV ENTS
                                                                                                                                                    W«dn««dar . , , .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ner J1.6U. No cover charge. Weekdays minimum J! 50; !»*•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                - Route 24. Sumiiul . i        • .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   by Gus Steck and his orchestra. Luncheon 76. U

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | i          I.I.    :     . . . ; - - Boulevard 4   <
                                                                                                               in «•»* at rain concert will b* ulvan In Hlgti aofco*!                                                                                    field             ,,..                 o- 1513) Summit's « ! « • '
COMMUNITY, South Street.                                                                                 AUdltorlusi                                                                                                                                                   |          10c - 80c. Tea serve.i           " v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .Supper 70c. A la carte until 8 P. M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ii                        i        ;                   —               1 2 0 M i                                              •                    • • • • "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .1                 ' i i                                    Cooking, i
 PARK                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 i    .              unday                              Supper                      • •••

              • MAIL." Will.,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       :
         Nalsh: -MAI.S1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . .                                                                           ,,                                                      .»                 amii                              ••              •'
                Allen J-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          mart supper club. Mace Irish and his orohust™
FHJARO LOVER.                                         Roberl     Taylor.                    Oeort*                                                                                                                                                                                           - »2.60. Saturday W •
s»ml«-r«: ••P                                         AUVUJjt    9-tl                                           WYOM1NO CLUB - Club dinner.                                                         «.H.ond Saturday ot                                  »2.76. No couvert. Weekday minimum 11.50. Saturday II.**
                                                                                                                        h at T P. M. D a m n and                                                   entertainment follow.                                     CROCKERS — E Old Short Hills Road, Millburn <M«:
JERSEY                                                                                                          MEN-S NIQHT at Wyoming Club                                                        ev.ry Monday ulght                                    burn 6-0928) Historic Homestead near Paper Mill P'*v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         luncheon 60c, Dinner 95c - 11.10. Sunday 11.00 - »' -•
     Tt.««tr* c ! M l for the sumrasr.                                                                      • rl***, ping pong and other games, i                                                  p. M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               • il . l a y s .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CONDOR — 289 West Northfield Avenue, Living"*''"
*   IK                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    isston 6-0627) Recently redecorated, nice pla.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   •• •        i  i Miner »1.26 - 12.00. Nick .
CASTLE, 1115 Clinton Avenue.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             n«nd on week-ends.
                                         (etwac           ly Lamtrr,                                                                                                                                                                                        KL'NQSHOLM     _     309   Mt.   Pleasant  Avemio.
                                         *«n.   "SECRET ABBOT OF                                                                                                                                                                                             i   ''       1-9761)            „ Restanraui
                                          narl. Augun 7-»   MY OAl.                                                                                                                                                                                                    •     .11 85c - J1.10. Dinner *160 - !»••
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                                                                                                                                                               i;r                          will be open on
                                                                                                                              from ] P M.                                 to 9 P. M.; TUMday                                                                                      it Dan*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -uaghettl and meat b a l l s I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ^•SI"-LII ana
Jean Parker. Aucual 11-
                                                                                                                                       and Friday open from                                 10 A . M. to 9 p u                                                                    1 |.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I .-HOOK — i                             • -        i.     Ij11""
                                                                                                                                                           be open
                                                                                                                                                   willt l w exc                            the aama houra u tha                                                                               • .        In I t a l l a n - A . n . n . " i . H '     ''
SANFORD, SprinRfield Avenue at Sanford.                                                                     .ululi                     22^.            ?,, .                        «Pt^n                of           Monday ana                                                                 * .*ry   jay. -\ la cart>-. i P"!™ •"
     "MOi 'NTH
                                                                                                            Thurada                                          S
                                                                                                                                       boo It will cloae at w P. M,                                                                                                                              . i les.
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ville, A                                                                                                                               « aa black-out curtain*, air raid a:                                                                                                                        g o o d eodin E f u r u                  ":;
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                                                                                                                                                                        . . ..                                                          i«mk«                                      dinner J1.00. Supper
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EMBASSY, 349 Main Street.                                                                                                                      -.««ln and Portugal, it become, clear that                                                                                                                              nliniini                                                                                                                                     1 d'o«uvr«-
                                                                                                                                                1 again.! u . are almo.1 b«,ond ordinary
     "MOONTl                                       Ihomas                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       weekdays.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          „-:•.,                        SSS >

                                                  Bun. Auamxt «-H
                         •Idan.        Hunild      ntufaa. Richard                          Whorf;                                                                                                                    •
               1942]                                                             The Millhurn &» SKvt Hills ITEM
                                            For the next two weeks "The                                                     Russia Stops the Nazis." Miss tail the usual fourday Annual
Scrap Rubber                              Chocolate Soldier" will be the
                                          attraction with the same leads                       And Our                      Barbara Ward, Assistant Edi- Convention, originally scheduled
                                                                                                                            tor "of the "Economist," will give for Atlantic City, In favor of a
                                          and cast as heretofore.                                                           a talk on: "The Role of Britain shorter meeting to take place
Totals 5 Tons                                                                             J Hies" Talks                     in the War," on Wednesday, in Trenton on November 6th
                                                                                                                            August 19th. This series will and 7th. Special features that
    The guessing contest is over                                                            A series of talks on "We and close on Wednesday, August would tax the transportation
and now residents who have                                                                our Allies" will continue during 26th, with a talk by Mr. James system of the State are also
been figgerin' and figecerin' as                                                          the month of August, bringing L. McFadden, Business Executive being cancelled.
to just how much rubber there
was on the pile at Tighe's Serv-
                                          At The Mosque                                   to Panzer College and the com- and former resident of South
                                                                                          munity a number of well-known America, on the South "Eco-
ice Station at Main and Essex                "A magnificently funny show"                                                   nomic Warfare in           Amer-
                                                                                          speakers who will talk on the ica." The public is cordially in-
                                                                                                                                                                 Bendix REPAIRS
streets can relax, as the offic-          that was the phrase used by
ial figures have jurst bttn re-           Time Magazine to describe "You                  subject of our allies. On Wed- vited to attend these lectures.           "S«e The Marks Bros."
leased.                                   Can't Take It With You," the                    nesday, August 5th, M. Georges                                           RADIO SALES CORP.
                                                                                          Assle, Professor of French at                     •                          387 HUUwrn A r a m "
    Proprietor Frank Tighe gives          Pulitzer Prize winning comedy
                                          which Bobette and Russell Mack                  Toronto University, Canada,          THE EXECUTIVE Committee                 Millburn 6-0015
the total as announced by scrap
rubber headquarters as 9,280              are bringing to the Mosque                      and General Secretary of France of the New Jersey Education
                                                                                                                             Association has decided to cur- ITEM WANT ADS BEING RESULTS.
pounds, or nearly five tons.              Theatre in Newark for a week's                  Forever, will speak on the sub-
Over 90 percent of this was do-           engagement beginning Tuesday                    ject: "France — Two Nations
nated to the drive by local resi-         night, August 11th. This sure-
dents, and Mr. Tighe's cash               fire laugh getter, written by
                                                                                          Against Hitler," at the weekly        COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD SERVICE
                                                                                          chapel program at 10:30 A. M.
outlay for the whole pile was             George S. Kaufman and Moss                        On Wednesday. August 12th,                        AT ONE EXPENSE
less than ten dollars.                    Hart, will be the first comedy                  Miss Thelma Nurenburg, author
    On receipt of the check in            to play the Mosque since it                     of "This New Red Freedom,"                          CAUSE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS DAMAGE.
payment for the rubber, Mr.
Tighe plans to give half .to the
 local Red Cross Chapter and
                                          opened on July 21.
                                             Playing Grandpa Venderhof
                                          in the Mosque Theatre produc-
                                          tion one of the most lovable
                                                                                          will talk on the subject: "Soviet
                                                                                           _ _ 1020 Broad Street, ^ ^
                                                                                                                                    MOTHS     OUR NEW "DEATH TOMB" WILL RID YOUR
                                                                                                                                              GARMENTS AND FURNITURE OF THESE
 Half to the USO unit. This
 means that the two local groups
 will each receive $4t>40, Uncle
                                          characters ever conceived for
                                          the stage, will be Fred Stone,                  MOSQUE                                        Send For Our Folder "Safeguard Your Treasures"

 8am will receive five tons of            one of America's funniest com-                   1IKST BROADWAY STAGE FLAYS
 dearly-needed rubber, and .local         edians.                                          1 M"«*. B«c. T n s . Nirht. An*. 11th
                                                                                                                                                                                    Dry Cleaning
                                                                                                  FRED STONE in                               Storing
  householders will have gotten                                                                 "YOU CAN'T TAKE IT
 rid of a lot of bulky rubber ar-                    Men are dying for the Four                     WITH YOU"                                 Rug Cleaning                        Cold Storag*
 ticles that have been cluttering                  | Freedoms. The least we can            By   Cipu. 8. Kaufman & MOM Hart                                                       Vault
  up cellar and attic. It sounds                     do here at hame is to buy                 With PAULA STONE                          Floor Coverings
  like that fool-proof proposition                   War Bonds—10'i, for War                  Eves. 8:30 (Incl. Sun.)                          •                                  For Furs
  wherein everybody profits and                      Bonds, every pay day.                                                                                            Alterations & Repairing
                                                                                            AOC1 O\)c) i Dc Plam T x  m
  nobody loses.                                                                             Mat. 2:30 Wed. Thurs. Sat.
                                                                                                                                    Rimback Storage
                                                                                                                                          Co.                       Millburn Cleaners
                                                                                                       Sun. Mat.                             WE OWN AND OPERATE OUR OWN PLANTS
                                                          Now Showing
PiratesPaint                                         "JUKE GIRL"                            25s 50c, 75              Plus Tar
                                                                                                s«,t Box Orflre (Ma. S-13»l>
                                                                                                    Biunbermr's Kntft'i
                                                                                                                                               Corner Millburn Avenue & Spring Street
                                                                                                                                                     Telephone: Millburn 6-2000
                                                   HELLO ANNAPOLIS"
Caning ton Nose                                Sat. t o Mon Aug. 8 - 1 0
  Sailing with The Pirates of      "SERGEANT YORK"
Penzance last week-end Man-       <iury Couiter — Joau Letilla
                                 S<-r It Now at "l*oimliir Price*
ager Prank Carrington of the
Playhouse came back with a
red nose, but still on deck.
  This was his story and he
                               "ALL AMERICAN CO-ED"
                              Tuesday to Friday
                              "TEN GENTLEMEN
                                                                                                                                   the Most of
stuck to it when he told Mon-
day night's audience plans of
the Playhouse carry the cur-
rent schedule of productions
                                     FROM WEST POINT"
                                "WHISPERING GHOSTS"
                                WAR BONDS & STAMPS
                                                                                                                                      the Peach Season
right up to Christmas.        Now on Sale at This Theatre                                              This is the year to be saving. This is the time to make good use of
                                                                                                       everything you have. Take advantage of the peach season. While New
                                                  MILLBURN, N. J.
                                                                                                       Jersey peaches are plentiful, while they are at their best, can them,
                                        ."i    \linntr-. Walk      frtinl l.utl.iiv.                   preserve them the way your family likes them best.
                                         K.     K. M U t t M ; m d I". B, Him *•••!>
                                                            a t .Millhurn
                                                                                                          Our Home Economics De-
                                Phone SHort Hills 7-3000                                              part incut can tell you how to
                              Frank Carrington, Director                                                <
                                                                                                      < > oven canning. If you wish,
          Beginning Monday, August 10th — for 2 Weeks                                                 they will furnish the diree-                              Apply NOW far axtra
            I l l l . < . \ \ \M> I I MCI l |. O6CAB S T K U N ' OI'KRDTTA                                                                                      sugar rations for can-
                                                                                                      tions for making jams and
           "THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER"                                                                    jellies and give you recipes
                                                                                                                                                                ning or atk a Ham—
                                                                                                                                                                Sank* consultant jar
                                                                                                                                                                recipe $ that < all fur
                                                                                                      for delicious peach desserts                                     tubuitutes.
             DOROTHY " SANDLIN                                                                        that are easy to make. Ask
                            ,           t,i:    I in:   I'll; 11|>   01   l-l v/..\NCK"
                       s i . i n . $l.«3. M.M, M»ls. Wed. It Sat. *:30—56c. »Se.                      for a copy of our Home Eco-
                                            All .1. .1. HockenJcM Co. Store*.
                         KreHgo Department Store. NewarK                                              nomics peach recipe folder.

                                                                                                         P V B L I C ^ JSERVICE
                                                                                                                                    A 9OS5

      CATULLO'S                 FOR FINE
                                                                                                                                                                               WAI SAVINQt
                                                                                                                                                                             1OM0I AMD flTAMM

        < A main Si.      Millbiirn
        Free Delivery Phone MI-6-OO71.

 i OPEN                         SUNDAYS                              vium NOON
 t Page 8 J                                                    The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM
                                                                            Rogge poured, the other guests                                                   Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mitch
                               Mi lib urn                                   Including the Misses Marjorie
                                                                            Rogge, Juanita Dickinson, Doro-
                                                                                                                     Miss Hubbard                         ell and daughter, formerly 0
                                                                                                                                                          Kansas City, Missouri, are no*
                                                                            thy Whitfield, Anna Dale of                                                   residing on Pine terrace.
                                                                            Millburn and Betty Smith of
                                                                            Staten Island, a former room-
                                                                                                                     Honored                                             *
                                                                            mate of the honor guest at El-
                                                                            mira College.
                                                                                                                       Miss Carol Hubbard of Moun-
                                                                                                                     tain avenue, who will be mar-        Ration Board
                                                                                                                     ried August 15 to Edward L.
                                                                                                                     Newcomb of Waltham, Mass.,              (Continued from Page one)
                                                     OF THE WEEK           Jo Ann Sawyer                             was honored at two parties last
                                                                                                                     Saturday In the afternoon, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                             From this it can easily\
                                                                                                                                                          seen the time, tires and gaso-
                            By Edith Clifford                                                                                                             line consumed if all were forced
                                      rived on Thursday from New            ToMarryAug.29                            Robert Wilkinson of Scotch
                                                                                                                     Plains, the former Miss Phyllis
                                                                                                                                                          to make the Maplewood trip
                                                                                                                                                          would be no trifling matter.
 Da venport- Gobie                    Orleans, La. on a ten day fur-
                                      lough. He will visit his moth-            Plans have been completed
                                                                                                                     Cook of Wyoming, gave a sur-
                                                                                                                     prise shower in her honor.
                                                                                                                                                             As a matter of fact the time
                                                                                                                                                          element would be materially
                                      er, Mrs. Haddon Gray of Park-          for the marriage of Miss Jo Ann
     Announcement has been made                                                                                        Following the afternoon party      increased over the existing ar-
                                                                             Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and
       the marriage of Miss Jac- er avenue, Maplewood. His                   Mrs. Arthur Sawyer of Myrtle            Miss Dorothy Whitfield of Wyo-       rangement in that the one
  queline Gobie, niece of Mrs. fiance Miss Hope Morley, ar-                  avenue, to John Nix Hager, son          ming avenue, gave an out-door        board would then be catering
  Russell Lyon of 17 Spring street, rived today from Providence,             of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hager            supper party and surprise linen      to a population of close to 60,000
  to Lieut. L. H. Davenport, of Rhode Island to visit Mrs. Gray              of Cranford. The ceremony will          shower. Miss Whitfield will be       Instead of 13,000.
  the U. S. Air Force, formerly of for the week-end.                         take place in Wyoming Presby-           an attendant at Miss Hubbard's          Appeal procedure for the
  Hartford, Vermont. The cere-                                               terian Church at 4 P. M., with          wedding.                             guidance of persons whose gaso-
  mony took place in Columbus,                                               Rev. Ralph Read, officiating. A                        *                     line applications receive adverse
  Mississippi on July 25th.          South Mountain                          reception will follow at the                                                 decisions from War Price and
    Miss Gobie attended Millburn
  High School and is a graduate         Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Townshend
                                                                            Sawyer home.
                                                                               Miss Jane Sawyer will be her
                                                                                                                     New Arrivals                         Rationing Boards was outlined
                                                                                                                                                          this week by OPA headquar-
  of Hartford, Vermont, High of 33 Parkview drive, gave a                                                                                                 ters.
                                                                            sister's maid of honor and              Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. R.
  School. The couple will make buffet supper on Sunday. Their               bridesmaids will include the Schulze, formerly of Montclair,                     Such adverse decisions, O A P
  their home in Salt Lake City, guests included Mr. and Mrs.                Misses Phyllis Clarke of Short have moved into their new                      advised, may be appeah
  Utah, where Lieut. Davenport John Bush of Hemstead, L. I.,                Hills,      Marilyn      Wright    of home at 104 Chatham road.               the State Director of the Of-
  will be stationed                   Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Voogd of           Oleahs, N. Y.; Sylvia Scheitlln They have an infant son, Rich-                fice of Price Adm
                                      Plainfleld, Miss Lucile Parry         of Maplewood and Elizabeth ard Frederick Schulze.                             within thirty days. The appal
    Mrs. Alex M. Vlrgien of 47 and Doland of Brooklyn.                      Hay of Pottsville, Pa. Lincoln                              •                 in writing setting forth th
  Milton street, will move about                      •                     Hager will be his brother's best        Mr. and Mrs. Roland Read              plicant's objections to the de-
  September 1st to Cleveland, for       Dr. and Mrs. E. W. MacPher-         man.                                  have moved from York, Pa., to           cision and the grounds foi
  the duration, where her son, son, and their son, Douglas, of                                                    Pine terrace, west. The Reads           appeal must not be sent direct-
 Alex R. Virglen is located. He 34 Rawley place, have made a                                  *                                                           ly to the State Director, ii
                                                                                                                  have a son Roland Jr. and
  U with the firm National Car- short visit to the Poconos.                    The Misses Jean Kern and daughter Jean. Roland, who is                     emphasized. The -appeal
  bon Corp.                                                                 Virginia Moore of Mountain an Eagle Scout at the age of                       be filed with the War Price and
                                        Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kreit-          avenue are at Brenton Woods, 14, Is attending Camp Ganago,                    Rationing Board which is then
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Feu-       ler and sons Paul and Hobart          New Jersey.                                                                    required to transmit the appeal
                                                                                                                  York County.
 stel, formerly of 4 Bodwell ter- of Walnut avenue and Miss                                   •                                        •                  together with all its records on
 race, moved on Wednesday, to Grace Barbour, left on Tues-                     Mather Neill who is in his           Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bonfield           the case to the State Director
 291 Millburn avenue, where they day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wll-            third year in Medical School and son Johnny, have moved                        within three days of receipt. A
 will make their home for the lard L. Hults at their summer                at the College of Physicians and to their new home at 16 Pine                  State OPA bulletin instructing
 duration. Mrs Feustel was home at Lake Mohawk.                      On    Surgeons, Columbia University, terrace, east.                  They formerly   local boards in correct proced-
 home this week to move but is Monday, Mrs. Kreitler gave a                spent last week-end with his resided in East Orange.                           ure, outlines the appeal proce
                    nmer on their surprise luncheon and movie              mother, Mrs. Mather Neill of                                •                  as follows:
               .        . .   ustel            in honor ot Haul's          Wyoming avenue.                          The residen.ce at 9 Eimwood              "The State Director may n
 joins her week-ends.                       birthday. Oui         iiided                                                                                  quest the applicant to appear
                                     his brother Hobart Kreitler,             Mrs. Seymour Tucker of 665 place, has been purchased by
                                                                           Ridgewood road, recently en- Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Nieb-                      before him or to furn h
    Miss Alice Berstler of 275 Jack Smith, Jack Crites, Robert'                                                                                           additional information as he
 Millburn avenue, left on Wed-              berlain, Arthur Rogers,              ained her nephew, Frederick ling, who have moved here
                                                                           L. Darley of Fort Washington, from East Orange.                                may deem pertinent. The State
 nesday for Asbury Park, where Edward Clausner and Th*od                                                                                                  Director shall render m
 she will spend a two weeks' va- Stieve.                                   Md., who is attending Officer's          Mrs. Isador Rosenthall and
                                                                            mining School there.                                                          ion on the appeal within
 cation. She la the daughter of                       •                                                           children Henry, Jerald and Su-          days after receipt of ;i
 Mr. and Mrs. George J. Berstler.       Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Pikaart                                                san, are now residing at 530            ment and record, and, in
                                                                               E. S. Thompson of 2C Oakdai
                                     of Myrtle avenue, returned on         avenue, has ended a week's va- Wyoming avenue. The Rosen -
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Decker Wednesday from a vacation                                                          thalls have come from Hillside.         of apparent emergency,
.and children Mari-joe and spent In Venn-                                  cation at Lake Oquaga, N. Y.                                                   twenty-four hours, if possible
                                                                 utreal,                      a                                        •                  He shall promptly notify I
 Franklin, have moved from 18 Canada.                                          Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mer-            Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Selking-
 Bodwell terrace, to their farm                                                                                                                           applicant and the Bon-
                                        Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Millard of       rtaxn of Myrtle avenue have haus who formerly lived in Nut-                   writing, of his decision. I:
 In Long Valley.                     South Mountain road will leave              iounced the birth of a son ley, have moved to 58 Southern
                  *                                                                                                                                       Board is reversed or mo
                                     Saturday for Lord's Point,            on July 28 at Orange Memorial Slope drive. They have two                       by the State Director, the i
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton Freiman Conn., to stay until after Labor           Hospital. He has been named sons, George and Charles.
 of Millburn avenue, have re- Day. Their daughter, Btmlci                                                                                                 shall be remanded to the Boai
                                                                           Allen.                                                      •   «
 turned from Peekskill, N. Y. entertained five little friends                                                       Mr. and Mrs. c. L. Dudley             for a'ctlon consb
 Mrs. Freiman has concluded a on Tuesday in honor of her                                      •                                                           decision."
 ten days' stay; Mr. Freiman                                                   Miss Eleanor Albee of Linden and three sons Carlton Jr.,
 was there for the week-end.         eighth birthday.                       street, Is spending the month Robert and Eugene, formerly of
                                                      •                     of August in Winchester, Mass. Haddonfield, have moved to                       Throw Your Scrap
                  •                     Ralph Lennord, son of Mr.
    Corp George J. Coburn Jr., a and Mrs. Lennord of Walnut                    Lieutenant David Weaver Jr. their i               i mill at 11 Mountain    Fight!
                                                                            of Edgewood Arsenal, Md., spent       View road.
 member of Troop B, 102nd Es-              ie has the position of                                                                      •
    x Troop Cavalry, Fort Jack- Doctor's Orderly at Camp Ken-               last week-end as the guest of
                                                                            Miss Kay O'Brien of Chestnut            Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker             CHARILRtD
 son, 8. C. has spent a furlough Etiwa-Pec in Sussex County
      h his parents Mr. and Mrs. New Jersey.                                street. Arriving today will be and daughter Ella, have moved
     burn of 510 Millburn avenue,                                                    Mary Belle Price of Madi- from Irvington, to their new                        HOMES FOR SALE
 who are summering at the                                                   son Beach, Conn., and William home on Silver Springs road.                                                 t «W
                                                                                                                                                             millburn — 99 Linden ««re*t «WJJJ
                                                                                                                                                           of Sagamore Road - * *??
 Musconetcong cottage.        Corp.                                         Duncan of Philadelphia, who                                                    bath — hot air beat — "
 Coburn left on Thursday to re-      Wyoming                                will spend the week-end as Miss
                                                                            O'Brien's guests. On Saturday
                                                                                                                            new home at 44 Martin-
                                                                                                                          ioad, has been bought by
                                                                                                                                                           — plot 100x100 — IT .BOO.

 turn to Port Jackson. He ex-                                                                                             aid Mrs. Raymond Pring,             Short Hlll» - *l«rto * ' " • " « , / -
                                                                                                                                                           Wayxlda — 7 roomi mi * m \ w
      ts soon to be transferred to      Mrs. A. H. Dohn of New York         night, she will entertain in their
                                                                            honor.                                who have moved here from West            sleeping porch   gteam »*"' . . £
                                                                                                                                                           nara.e - plot tOSHOO - » 1I
     Hying school as an aviation             spent last week-end as                                               Oran t . n,,-•• have a daughter,
 cadet as he recently passed en- the guest of Mrs. H. H. Gulli-                               •                      rol.                                  Also others. Auk for Brt,
 trance examinations for the son of Linden street.                             LOCAL JUNIOR Red Cross                                  •
     ing cadet corps and his                          •                     Chapter is in urgent need of            Mr. and Mrs. w. G. Klehm
       ^fer has betn approved.          Miss Rowena Hermann, for-           old bath towels to be used for                     •      have moved from
    ffdwin H. Robnet, son of Mrs. merly of Pine stre»                       making supplies for the Casual-                   uge, to their new home '     LOAN
      H. Robnett of. Elm street is tained at her home in                                    at Christ Church. at 8 Ridge terrace.
 a t Camp Red Cloud on Lake Orange on Monday evening at                     All "               ill be gladly ac-
 Champlaln, New York.                a personal shower in honor of                led at Red Cross Headquar-
                                     Miss Rena Wolcott, formerly of
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beumee Short Hills, who was man
 and son Gary of Millburn ave-                       o 2nd I
                                                                                   . 35G Millburn avenue.
                                                                                                                       SOUTH ORANGE STORAGE CORP.
 nue, left on Monday to •
 Mrs. Beuraee's mother, :
                                     Carl Frederick Rogge Ji Mrs,
                                                                              PICTURES FRAMED                                                 S
                                                                                                                                                           119   F«ll*)   Street.
                                                                                                                                                                 South Orange 2-4000
 James Rutter in La                                                          IN THE KSTABLISHMENT
 Mass. Next week the Beaux
                                       Washer REPAIRS                          tftisticallj iinisht-il with                                          )              FIREPROOF
     i Mrs. Rutter, plan to go                     k Hutu Brit,"                 r type mouldings to har-                                                        BOMB PROTECTED
 York Beach, Me., for a stay.             RADIO SALES COKP.                        e wHh the sub
    Naval Aviation Cadet Haddon
                                                 .      i XtOTS*
                                              Millburn t>-0015               Decorative Painters Supplies                                                                   STORAGE
                                                                             3»   MUlban. A , , ,   ifUibnn 8-1881
    ay, formerly of Millburn, ar-
    [August 7, 1942]                                             The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                    9I
                                           the winners. Suffice It to say
                                                                    First Class and also walked off
1 TaylorPark                               that both watermelons disap-
                                                                    with a special prize donated by Pickled Cherries
                                           peared in a hurry. A water polo
                                                                    Patrolman Harry Lyon. His
                                                                                                                                        Hominy And Chicken
                                           match was also staged, and kept
                                                                    high score was 93. Chief Wade 1 quart large sour cherries               Browned hominy slices go
  Water Festival                           the spectators on the edges of
                                           their seats.
                                                                    expressed himself as being well
                                                                    pleased with the scores posted 1 tablespoon salt
                                                                                                                                        mighty well with fried chicken.
                                                                                                                                        Pour the thick cooked hominy
       The Recreation Department's                                  by the Auxiliaries. The win- Vinegar
                                             The entire festival was di-                                                                into a mould such as baking
    annual Water Festival, held at                                  ning scores follow:
                                           rected by the Park Life Guard,                             Cold water                        powder can or shallow, narrow
    Taylor Park Lake on Wednes-            Russell Thompson, who is plan-
                                                                        First Class — Lt. J. Swankie,  Select perfect cherries with     bowl (first rinsed in cold wa-
    day, was witnessed by a crowd          ning to enter the Navy on Au-
                                                                    93; D. Bias, 92; Sgt. R. Smith, the stems on. Wash them well        ter).  Cool and chill, then slice
    of about 400 delighted specta-         gust 14th. The judging was done
                                                                    87; B. Rosbach, 87. Second Class and pack into sterile glass        it,   sprinkle with flour and
    tors. The delightful weather,          by Jack Becker, Bill Winner,
                                                                    —A.     MacDougall, 86; Capt. H. quart jar. Add the salt and fill   brown in fat.
    flying pennants, and natural           and Doc Goldbrown. The start-
                                                                    Wright, 80; Sgt. P. Schreiber, jar with a solution of equal
    beauties of the Park gave the          er was John Caffrey.     77;    N. Heymann, 75. Third parts vinegar and cold water.
    event a perfect setting.                                        Class — H. McKeever, 81; H. Seal and store in a cool, dark
       The feature attraction was                                   Jacquith, 78; Sgt. R. Worten- place. Approximate yield: One
    provided in a diving exhibition                                 dyke, 65; Corp. N. Gentile, 62. quart jar.
    by Adrian Hatcher, New Jersey          Police Reserves          Fourth Class — M. Freiman, 79;                                                  WEDDING
    AA.U. Senior High and Low                                       A. Ecklund, 73; K. Hoag, 73;                                                    INVITATIONS OR
    Board Diving Champion, and
    Janet Timken, of Short Hills,
                                           Hold Shoot               G. Morrow, 63. Mystery Prize —
                                                                    Corp G. Dunn.

    New Jersey A.A.U. Junior Low      In the recently held pistol       After the shoot the men ad-       APPLIANCE REPAIRS                             25 FOR $3
                                                                                                                                              EACH ADDITIONAL COPY
    Board Diving Champion. After shoot of the Auxiliary Police journed to Doerr's" Grove for re-          "See The Marks Bros."
    delighting the crowd with ex- Reserves, held on the Police freshments.                                RADIO SALES CORP.
    amples of how they won their Range, L i e u t e n a n t Joseph                                                                       Millburn & Short Hills Item
                                                                                     «                        •Xti Mlllban A n m         U* Main St..      MUlban, N. J.
    honors on the diving board, the Swankie took first prize in the                                          Millburn 6-0015
    two teamed up to give a water                                       Bomb the Japs With Junk!
    ballet routine that hit the high
    spot lor the day.
        Elihu Monica, in the guise of
     Professor I. Q. Zero, brought
»    plenty of chuckles to the watch-
    ers with his examples of how
     not to swim and dive. The coat
     lianger, which he evidently for-
    got to remove frpm the swal-
     low-tail coat he wore through-
     out his performance caused him
     trouble aplenty as it caught on
     guide lines and diving-board.
        Several races were held dur-
     ing the afternoon, the results
     of which were as follows. Bon-
     net Relay for Girls, won by
     Ruth Thomas and Catherine
     Balbo; Hobo Race for Boys, Bob
     Huggan; 50-yard Free Style for
     Qlrls 11 and 12, June Currey;
     Boys 11 and 12, Salvatore Con-
     sales; Girls 13 and 14, Estelle
          .Classis; Boys 13 and 14,
     Boots dc Palma; 100 yard Free
     8tyle for Girls 15 and over,
     Isabel Malvossi; Boys, Ben Pa-
        Two watermelon scrambles
     were held but they resulted in
     such a real scramble that the
     judges were unable to pick out

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     does not cover loss caused
     hv invasion or bombing,
     even though fire ensues. For
     rate-; and information about                             An Open Lc*ttf<*r hi J o h n n y
     war risk insurance, consult

      Craig & Seymour Co.                                       . . . Who Doesn't Work Here Any More
     Short Hills Ave., Short Hills
          Short Hills 7-3488                                                           You're in the Army now, Johnny.
                                                                                       You're risking your life for us at home.
                                                                                       We want you to know we aren't forgetting.
                                                                                       We want you to know your job's waiting for you.
                                                                                       And that, small as our contribution is compared with yours, we're all
                                                                                       making one the best we can — in civilian defense, Red Cross, USO or
       7tne                                                                            whatever we're individually equipped to do.
                                                                                       WE'RE OUT FOR VICTORY, JOHNNY, AND FOR YOU!
                                                                                       And there's not one of us who doesn't think of you when pay day comes
       Individualized                                                                  and we save part of our pay in U. S. Stamps and Bonds. We're not proud
                                                                                       of it, Johnny — except that it helps you get the fighting equipment you
      PERMANENT WAVES                                                                  It's just the least we can do, Johnny, but we're doing it 100 percent.
           MALE AND FEMALE                                           IV MORE AMI MORE AMI 31 O R E
                                                              I . S. WAR HOXOS «n.i STAMPS
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      A        h
           "       8    ifty C«nts Each
                                                    UNDERWOOD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY
               PALERMO                                           RESIDENT EMPLOYEES                               MILLBURN, N. J.
           A Main St.          MI 8-2128
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                                                                                                                            Signs for Sector Headquarters
                                                                                                                          are being distributed. Blue signs,
                                     The                                                    Defense                       white lettering with A.R.W. in-
                                                                                                                          signia. Residents should famil-
M1LLBURN &*                                        oooooooaxxxxx                               in                         iarize themselves with t h e lo-"The time has come," the Walraa

                                                                                                                                                             "To talk nf many things;
                                                                                                                          cation of their sector headquar- or shoes — and ships — and mallni » .

SHORT HILLS                                                                                 The News                      ters. Signs painted by Miss Bar- Of oshbugiss _ and kings."
                                                                                                                          bara Hobson, A.W.V.S.

                          Founded in 1888
     TH1B MIL.LBURN and SHORT RILLS ITEM*Is published •Terr Frl*»» by
                                                                                      (Official Notices   or meetings,
                                                                                                                   Editor, The Item:
                                                                                   rourses. dates and general Informa-
                                                                                   tion In regard to Local Defense will
                                                                                                                     The following editorial from
                                                                                   be found In this column each week.)

                                                                                    Millburn's defense headquar-   a recent issue of the Washing-
                                                                                                                                                               The Walrus
                                                                                                                                                                 Washington zoning laws must
     TM Item Publishing and Printing Company, a corporation, at U S Main          ters is located at Town Hall, in ton Post is so current and to               be terribly lax.
                                                                                  the large meeting room on the the point I wish you might find
     Street. Mlllburn. N. J. Editor. H. O. More.          Advertising; Manager.
     WJltaxd H. Baetxner Official newspaper of the Township of MtUburn
     Subscription rates, by mall, postpaid: One year two dollars; six months,
     one dollar: payable In advance. Blncle ooplee five csnts each. Entered
                                                                                  second floor. Telephone Mlll- space for it in The Item.                        Millburn won't stand for
     In the Poet Office In Mlllburn, N. 3 . a s Second-Class Mall Matter.         burn 6-1300.                                MRS. W. Short Hills              things they get away with there
                                                                                                                                                               without a peep.
                                                                         This week Millburn Residents        "POLITICAL PROFITEERS"                              m

                                                                       will see the first victory bicycles                                       Take this matter of turning
 "They Shall Have Music                                                in use in the Township..
                                                                                                             "The young aviator, decorated the White House into a two
                                                                                                           for gallantry in the Pacific, sat family — Could that be done
                                                                         The four qualifying appli-
     "They Shall Have Music" was a news heading in last week's cants for the first quota were looking at a newspaper, in in Wyoming? I'll s a y not.
 Item and the following story had to do with gathering up old three men and one woman, Mrs. Washington.
 music recordings that the men in the armed services may gain George L. Lewis, who as Vice-                  " 'Looks to me like all Wash-       Of course they may not have
                                                     v                                                                                         put in two kitchens which
 enjoyment from them.                                                  Chairman of Disaster Relief of ington cares about is passing
     There are so many little things we can do to help win this the Millburn Red Cross will be the buck on wages and prices,' seems to be the one cardinal
 war that the gathering up of old and worn records need not sur- greatly aided in her work as he said. 'I wish some of these sin.                                m
 prise.                                                                she has many trips back and guys could talk to the boys who               It would serve the Pres right
     Hardly an Army or Navy man, probably, but owned or had forth to the various First Aid were a t Pearl Harbor, the Coral if he had to fill out one o                         f
 free access to a radio or some form of tune making device. Now Posts, Casualty Hospital and Sea and Midway. They would those landlord blanks now so
 they are in camps with limited facilities in entertainment and if Headquarters to complete the find out damn quick what those popular with local property
 we can give them music it may save them from turning to some Purchases and Supplies of boys are thinking about. They owners.
 of the broadcast programs we ourselves tune out.                      which she is in charge.             would find out that American
     Just as residents scraped around for old iron and.for rubber,                                         boys are dying because we             And just suppose the Hopkins
                                                                         It is hoped that there will
 they can now get rid of some more unwanted stuff and turn it to soon be enough bicycles and an haven't got a plane that will go family filed claims of rent
good account. Put your contribution of old records in any one of enlarged quota for the Town- as high as a Jap Zero or be profiteering agin the Chief
several barrels around town.                                                                               maneuvered as quickly. But I
                                                                       ship, especially for women who don't suppose a politician would Magistrate.
                                                                       give so generously of their time care about that. They are too Its fortunate the White House
                                                                       and effort, using their gasoline busy with their political pro- was all done over before priori-
What We Fight For                                                      and tires in the war work they fiteering, getting votes for ties so the new tennants will
                                                                       are doing.                          themselves instead of helping have no kicks about the wall
     Now t h a t we have filed our income tax blanks, signed up for The Millburn Township Citi- to win the war.'                               paper, the way the floors look
sugar, twice for gasoline; and seen the blanks landlords are filling zens Committee of the USO is                                              and the oil burner.
out we should begin to have a pretty fair conception of what we showing the first part of the "That is a devastating phrase                                      *
are fighting for.                                                                                          that boy used — 'political pro-       Their only legitimate kick
                                                                       motion picture "A Trip Through
     Residents of Axis countries long have wrestled with these India" for the entertainment of fiteering.' When one thinks of that I can see is for the re-
complex and numerous government reports and it is to free the boys a t the 102nd Cavalry a profiteer the mind turns to turn of that rubber mat Harold
them and retain our own freedom from more and more registering Armory, West Orange, Thurs- the producer seeking exorbitant Ickes swiped during the >
and filing that we have gone to bat.                                                                       profits, the labor leader feath- drive.
                                                                       day evening, August sixth at
     There Is no                   all the            public employee 8:30 P. M. A comic will com- ering his own nest, the bloc                                  *
ran think of as b   <         to nnd incorporating in flanks of this plete the program.                    lobbyist defying public interest.     Speaking of rubber, what
nature. Neither is there any making head or tail of what its all The second part of the pic- "But isn't the representative about the piles th<
about.                                                                                                     of the people who dodges a dealers are getting whih
                                                                       ture will be shown two weeks
     The war may be costly but if we can finally emerge with a from this date.                             vital war issue because of a de- sit and wait for the accm
few simple forms for telling the government our business it will                                           sire to find favor for selfish lated stuff to be carted i
be cheaply won.                                                          Food for victory — Depart- reasons equally as guilty?                 claiming plants?
                                                                       ment of A.W.V.S. has hitherto         "For weeks the November             Most gas station owners and
                                                                       been known as "Agriculture elections have thrown an ever attendants were sick enough as
                                                                       and Growing for Victory." We increasing shadow on every war was without having rubberoid
The Hatch Jet Tent                                                     are now to be known as "Food development in W a s h i n g t o n . hemorrhoids wished on
                                                                       for Victory" to correspond with Most members of Congress are for the duration.
     Who ever thought the Hatch act would reach into every little all groups carrying out the in- now home building political
        unity to touch the lives and aspirations of resident patriots structions of the U. S. Depart- fences.                                    Mrs. Walrus and I celebrated
     ing gratuitously in a war emergency.                              ment of Agriculture.                                                    our 34th anniversary last week.
     We had always thought the law was intended to prevent un-                                                "They are assuring farmers she allowing as how our wed-
                                                                         One of the most serious
due campaign expenditures and the building up of an office hold- shortages the country is suf- that there will be no ceiling on ding day seemed like yester-
Ing caste to Influence elections.                                                                          their products. They are assur- day.
                                                                       fering from is that of Farm
     It seems both odd and amusing that a United States senator Labor. We can and should help ing labor there will be no ceil-                   I don't know whether
may run for governor without contravening the act but a non- here. Register all able hands ing on wages, far from it. They puts me in a class with trained
salaried Ration Board member for instance, may not run for through your nearest U .S. Em-                  are telling, voters that there
Town Clerk.                                                                                                need be no concern about tires seals or if I'm just
                                                                       ployment Agencies or Farm and gasoline. They are assur- easy to get along with.
     Mr. Widmayer may win a repiieve In the present instance In Bureaus.
 that there Is every indication he will not have to "actively cam-                                         ing parents that 18-year-olds
                                                                                                                                                 I signed her "on in 1008 and
 paign for public office."                                               Only two days more in which will not be drafted.                      helped her get her mate's li-
     If no opposition develops he crn remain inactive or if opposi- to get out your old phonograph            "In the meantime the plight cense. Now she's master and I
tion comes from the Democratic side of the family It again need        records. Getting them out           of the United Nations on every just spend my time ashore pull-
not cause him to bestir himself.                                       important to you because of battle front is critical.                   ing crab grass.
     If OPA's Interpretation of the Hatch act is to be accepted at     the storage space and release.         "In the meantime the threat
its face, future candidates for public office will be pretty well con- But a hundred times more im- of ruinous inflation                comes    Any way to date we
     d to sufferers from sleeping sickness.                            portant is the need of the men closer to reality day by day. the subs, mines and bombs o
                                                                       in the armed forces for music Businesses are closing, meat two major wars and never had
                                                                       and relaxation. Every broken becomes scarce, every index a shipwreck. Her skippering (
                                                                       battered, scratched old record shows black trouble closer — mine, take your choice.
Glen wood Checks Up                                                    turned in means the possibility not because leaders do not real-
                                                                       of making a new record for a ize the truth but because poli- a terrific shock.
     In a rain storm such as that of last week no municipality can camp full of men, hungry for tics, and- vote*s, and November                  "America demands in i
possibly guard against all property damage. Water falling faster the voice of home and our                                                     the same courage that its i
than the ground can take it up, is bound to run off and to the thought of them.                               "The Post submits that poli- are demonstrating on a doze
low points.                                                              Hillside has collected 5,000 ticians are going to find out far-flung battlefronts.
     Olenwood residents are investigating conditions in that area records in the drive! Where is that the main concern of                        "Our young aviator mad'
and rightly so. There is no contributor to the storm drain cost Millburn? Pretty good, but not American farmers and work-                           r potent observaf
there but will await with interest a report by its association.        good enough yet. Two more           men today is for their country
                                                                                                                                                    in battle you lei
     Prom reports VanWlnkle brook was confined to Its course and days. Get busy friends! Bring and their sons in airplaru                      and you act quick <     "
Its flood waters held in bounds. This major cause of past damage everything you have down to ships and behind guns.
was controlled which was the main accomplishment sought in the the Fire House and make a                      "The Post submits that
storm drain.                                                           record for Millburn, new records only political speech American           "Is UJ       -    ill ': ;'
     Last week was a real test of the installation and a report of for our boys!                           voters will listen to in this elec- our i         i leaders?
its functioning .will be based on experience, not theory.                                *                 tion is for fen •                     "The Post thi ks th>
                                                                         Identification cards are being on every front in the bn. ie             "Americ       mu ; <• '
                                                                                                                                                                         i at
   DR. E. H. MACPHERSON of           course in Cardiology under Dr. Issued to members of the Civil- of winning the war.                        action on wage.v               "
34 Rawley place, is a t Harvard Paul D. White.                         ian Defense Corps who have             "The Post subn.           any rubber, airplau               •
University, for t h e month of                                         completed      all requirements. politician whi                  mfort       i. 30,000 feet, and on will
        t, where he is taking a        Bomb the Japs With Junk!        These must be carried a t all and profit are for                        other vital Issu        '
                                                                       times.                              American mind today l    i      ;
[August 7, 1942]                                                                                                                                The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM                                                                                  [Page.n )

                * SPORTS                                                                                                                                            Warders Trim                                                                             At POSEW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        fAY SON. YOUR POP . I BUY U.S.WAR BONDS
                                                                                                                                                                    All-Stars                                         IS JUST ABOUT THE *   VKSIREE-ANb WATCH t
                                                                  score tied 4 to 4 in the Seventh,
                                                                         The Seventh Ward Baseball                                                                                                                    SMARTEST MAN I KNOW-     MONEY <5ftOW/— - ^
Indians Scalp                                                     Calantone clinched the win
                                                                      Club, leading team in the Mill-
                                                                  with a triple driving in Kelly
                                                                      burn Recreation League, de-
                                                                  with the winning run.
                                                                      feated a select group of All-
  Paulas, 2 0 - 1                                                 Junior. Baseball Team Standing
                                                                      Stars in a Thursday afternoon
                                                                      baseball classic.Won     Lost
    Fans who turned out at Tay-                                   Seventh Ward           7       0
 lor Park for the ball game on                                           The score was 11 to 7 with
                                                                  Cardinals              3       3
 Sunday went home thinking                                            the 7th Ward scoring 4 runs in
                                                                  Springfield            2       4
 they had seen a track meet in-                                       the first Inning on hits by R.
                                                                  Yankees                2        3
 stead, as the Millburn Indians                                       Policarpio, Spriggs, Szmans, and
                                                                  Cubs                   l        5
 romped home on the long end                                          A. D'lonno. D'lonno not only
                                                                      pitched a sweet ball game for                HE U6E0 TO BE EXTRAW- * THEM bAYS IS « ,
 of a 20 to 1 score. The opposi-
                                                                      the victors, but banged out 3               A6ANT AMb SQUANDER
 tion (so-called) was furnished
 by the Paula Association of                                      Firemen Trounce
                                                                      straight hits. Teddy Szmans                  ALLHlSbOlKH-—
                                                                                                                                                  ^ jfiONE FOREVER/ +
Jersey City.                                                          also hit well for the Warder's.
                                                                         The All-Stars used 18 men
    After the Chiefs scored ten
 times in the fourth, onlookers
                                                                  Homely Men
                                                                      in the 0 inning ball game. Di-
                                                                      Palma was relieved by Jack
 brought out their stop watches        In the only game played this Crites in the third inning.
and busied themselves in timing week in the Recreation Depart- Crites pitched well until Pear-
runners as they scored, no ment's Business Men's Softball son took over in the sixth. Pear-
sport remaining in the simple League, the Firemen downed son slashed out three hits for
matter of banging out base hits the Homely Men 3 to 1. Mon- the All-Stars.
and scoring runs. Nineteen day and Tuesday night's games
safeties were recorded by the were "both rained out.                     The All-Stars scored most of
                                                                                                                V.                          —Courtety Chicago Tribune Syndicate.
official scorer                                                       their runs in the later innings,
                                       The Firemen scored a run in but could not overcome the                                                                          WSS-421 ft
    Cal Ehehalt pitched another each of the 1st, 4th, and 6th large lead piled up by the
good game for Chuck Ward's innings on hits by Van Bus- champion Seventh Warders.                                                                  High School graduates v
disciples, limiting the Paulas kirk, Marcantonio, White, Fish-                                                Signal Corps Courses                two years of science and math-
to four scattered singles, while er and Rupprecht. Van Buskirk,                       •
                                                                                                                                                  matics will be eligible for
striking out fourteen.               the Firemen's fireballing pitch-                                           An opportunity to train for course.
    In an effort to locate a team er held the hapless Homely Men                                              the Signal Corps Enlisted Re-                         Golf Matches
                                                                                                                                                     After enrollment, the student
able to offer more opposition to 4 hits, while his teammates                                                  serve in tuition-free evening is expected to pass the physical
to the Indians, the Recreation garnered 9 of the hospitable
Department has made no an- flinging of Nick Gentile.                                                                                                                In Final Round
                                                                                                              courses offered by the Rutgers examination of the Signal
                                                                                                              University War Training Office Corps, and is sworn in aa
nouncement of whom the Chiefs                Club Standings                                                   in over 30 cities in the state, is Signal Corps Enlisted Reserve.
                                                                         Straub and Clark were re-
will meet this Sunday, other                            Won      Lost turned winners of the first announced in a joint statement Upon completion of the coi
than to promise that there will Wyoming                     1       0 flight in the semi-final match issued by the University and he enters active duty and is
     a game, and the competition South Mountain             1       0 of the Millburn Township Golf the 2nd Service Command Sig- sent to a Signal Corps Replace-
        be keener. The game will Firemen                    1       1 Tournament, and will play In nal office, Governors Island, ment Training Center for 13
get under way at Taylor Park Homely Men                    0        2 the finals.                             New York. Men, 18 to 45 years weeks of basic training required
at 3.                                Beechcroft             0       0                                         of age, who are physically fit of all enlisted men and officer
                                                                         In Flight No. 2 of the Mill- and citizens of the United candidates.                      While there, he
                                                                      burn Golf Championship, A. States, and who enroll in the may apply for Officer Candi-
                                                                      Kaspereen defeated H. Lyons Rutgers course in Fundamen- date School and a commission
Warders Win        State Tennis                                       in the semi-final round 4 to 3. tals of Radio and enlist in the of second lieutenant.
                                                                      and in the same round E. Faen- Signal Corps Enlisted Reserve,                  The Radio Division of the
                                                                      za defeated F. Keenan. In the will be permitted to remain on Rutgers Engi
Tzvice; 8- 7, 14-6 Tournament                                         final round Kaspereen defeated inactive duty status until the and Management War Training
                                                                      Faenza 10 and 9 to win the completion of the course.                        Office Is now receiving appli-
    Seventh Ward continued their       Trie New Jersey State Public flight.
unbroken string of victories by Courts Tournament will be held                                                  Opening dates in the various cations for the course. Accord-
                                                                         Flight No. 3 Farnham reached
defeating the Cubs 14 to 6 and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the semi-final round by de- centers will be announced as ing to Professor Maurice
Springfield 8 to 7, in the Jun- August 14, 15 and 16th at the feating N. Marcantonio 3 and soon as classes are formed, Chaffee, associate director of
ior Baseball League.                                                                                          with all classes in operation by the program, written applica-
                                     Taylor Park Tennis Courts in 2, and John Morris reached the September 19. Classes will be
                                                                                                                                                   tion can be made through
    Springfield had victory in Millburn, New Jersey.                  same round by defeating J. held three evenings a week. office for the next three weeks
their grasp with but two outs,         Entrants must be winners or Tombyll.
to go in the seventh inning. runners-up of local tourna-
Hpringfield was leading 7 to ments in order to be eligible for
5, but a walk by Weidner, sin- entry into the State Tourna-                                                                THERE'S NO RISK
Kles by Speranzo and Olempio, ment. Entry blanks and entry                                                               IN BUYING PRINTING
                                                                                                                                                                    State Tennis
•ind a long triple by Angelo fees must be mailed in to Day-
                                                                                                                            JUST STICK TO A
Dllonno brought across the win- ton Jones, chairman of the
ning runs to save the Warders Tennis Committee, Millburn, N.                                                             GOOD PRINTER AND                           F.ntnes Found
unblemished record.                  J. not later than Sunday, Au-                                                               SPECIFY
                                                                         Sheldon Eisenberg defeated
    Springfield fell upon the sev- gust 9th.                          Milo Schroeder 6-3, 6-4, to win
rnth Ward hurler for six big                                          the Junior Men's Tournament
runs in the fifth inning on four                                      and will represent Millburn in
walks and hits by Calantone, Taylor Park                              the State Tournament as the
 Deitrich and Gincley. Dilonno                                        Junior Men's Entry. Paul Sil-
continued his great hitting pace                                      bersher defeated John McCol-
by getting a triple and a single                                      lum 6-1, 10-8 to win the boys'
         iee times at bat.                                            tournament and will represent
    Seventh Ward downed the            Antoinette Fandella was de- Millburn in the Boys' Division.
 Cubs easily 14 to 6, scoring nine clared the winner in a hop- Kenneth Boehme defaulted to
 runs in the first inning. Dilon- scotch tournament held in Tay- William Umstaedter entitling
 no collected three hits for the lor Park. Jennie Cappala and Bill to be the Men's entry.
 Warders while Ted Szmans, C. Friith Reino reached the semi-
                                     fa, runner up and Antoinette
                                                                         In the Women's Division,
   Priggs, D. Paciflco and Wein- finals but lost out to Rose Bof- Florence O"Mara subdued Alice                                                                                                                      ASSURED SATISFACTION . . .
 W collected two apiece.                                              Brrstler 6-1, 8-4, thereby en-
                                     Fandella champion.                                                             . . . ia youri when we print your letterheads, envelopes,
    The Cardinals continued to
         « Springfield put the fin-*   On Thursday the girls hiked titling her to represent Mill-                   folders and booklets. We give your work the distinction
                                                                      burn in the State Tournament.
            touches to them 5 to 4. up to Washington Rock where                        •                            oi pleasing typography, clean press work, and high quality
   > a well pitched ball game for    thry had lunch and played
                                                                                                                    paper... we put fine craftsmanship into every job and use
          >ides Springfield got four games after which they contin-             ORDRR TO UMtT

      i oft Pearson while the Car-      i their Jaunt around and                                 July IT. 1MJ
 finals collected three hits from        M the mountain.                          KIBE RAMO, « « t « d .
                                                                                         :<l«r of BUOVOi •"•                                  PAPERS
 IMptrlch and Onions. With the                                               1
                                                                                        i*t* of the Oountr
                                                                                                                                                                           ••ex. l'"« day mad*, on the appli-
                                                                                                       I        i i ry.
                                                                                                                                                i-TBD      BT
                                                                                                                                                                    cation of th» underalffned. Executor of           to give your "printed salesmen" more selling power.
                                                                                                                                                                    sad deceased, notice 1s hereby clvm to
               LEOAL NOTICE                                         The Ordinance, of which the fore-                                                               the creditors of eaJd <Jec*a»ed. to «x-

                           ASCERTAINING                    D
                                                                  B«lng Is the title, n a p w n d on final
                                                                                   • oilar BKftlni
                                                                                                                                                                                'tie »ubecrtb«r under oath or
                                                                                                                                                                    pfftrmatlon. their «->»lm« and demand*
                                                                                                                                                                    airainx the estate ot aatd deceaued.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      BUY YOUR PRINTING HERE
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                         I >rtTi<i       -I         mwARi         M iihui • • • ! • : •                     '        i    I
                                                                                                                                                                          In • » monttia from this date, or
                                                                                                                                                                    iher "HI be forever barred from proae-
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                                                                                                                                                                    • ut me" or recoverlnc th* same aaalnat the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The Millburn &> Short Hill                  1/
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                                                                                      fLARE                                     •       ,   |   1   I
                                                                                                                                                                                            SIDNEY RAMO,
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                                                         SAI1                  Chairman    ;                                                                                                l i t So. 13th Street.    249 MAIN STREET,                   MILLB1
   ' " ' ! ' ' • '•                .I.LFXIEK       rO H A V E                         M Uil      I    .',           .   1   •   •   -
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Newark. N. J.
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                                                                                                                                                                ITEM                                                       [ August 7,

                                                                                                              106     A r t h u r H. Tetreault, J r .             154   Lawrence M. Christian                202   Stanley Howard Rudlger
         Classified                                                      Building Nil                          107
                                                                                                                      Joseph Fiorilli
                                                                                                                      Curtis Raymond Browe
                                                                                                                                                                        Ernest Robert Faenza
                                                                                                                                                                        Jerome Douglas O'Brien
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Garret C. van Voorhees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Robert Raymond Stephens
                                                                                                               109    F . P . Motzenbecker, J r .                 157   Joseph J o h n Switek                205   Matthew Joseph DeClassis
          Section                                                        Saves Nails                           110    Alfred John Schweizer                       158   John D. Van Voorhees                 206   Paul Joseph Dixon
                                                                                                               111    Anthony Charles DeSessa                     159   Rocco Marcantonio                    207   Angelo Thomas DeBlis, Jr.
               HELP WANTED                                                  Town Commltteeman Clark            112    Bar t r a m W. Bums ted                     160   J o h n Phillip Davis                208   Harry Augustos Cobaugh
YOUNG GIRL* for dr*pery workroom.                                         Monday night       complimented      113    Edmund George Krauss                        161    Henry M. Dyckman, J r .             209   William Thomas Doyle
 Opportunity to learn business. Betty                                                                                                                             162   Warren Pellett Partelow              210   Anthony Frank Cappolo
 Telfer Studio, 531 lllllburn Avenue.                                     local residents, contractors and     114    Fred Waugh Johnson
  Short HIIU.                  7-1-4818                                  developers for their hundred          115    James Gessford Seymour                      163    Charles W. Burton                   211   Donald H. Boothby, Jr.
DRAPKKV HAND — Experienced only.                                         percent co-operation in the           116    Clifford Francis Tombyll                    164   Richard Warren Bluhm                 212   Harold Bailey Gallison
  Betty Ttlfi-r Studio. 6J1 Mlllburn Ave-                                                                                                                         165   Thomas J o h n Ellwanger             213   William W. Betterldge
 nue. Short Hllla.                7-1-4817                               "conservation for war" program.       117    Marvin I. Gorshenfild, J r .
                                                                            At the time he was reading         118    Everett Arthur Catlln                       166   Charles Conrad Dedecker              214   Harold Gilbert McCollum
                                                                         the July building report which        119    Harry B . MacMane, J r .                    167    Charles Stewart Hummer              215   Francis Nickalos Cianci
          MECHANICS                                                      showed that for the first time        120    Marten Joseph Flnan, J r .                  168    Carl S. Badenhausen                 216   Alvin Emerson Wunderlich
  Mm-h»nl«U, eteetricul and assembly                                     since God knows when, not a           121    Edward Ford Neal                            169   Donald Spencer Hine                  217   Peter VanDyk Berg
  snportnnitlm available. Openings, to                                   single new building permit was       122     Glenn VanWagenen                            170   Joseph Anthony Verracino             218   Arthur R. Frackenpohl
  mtiw firlda tU rood r»t«s> of pay and                                                                                                                           171   Donald Walter Cooper
                                                                         issued for t h e period and but      123     Ross MacDonald Barnes                                                                  219   Henry Richard Heitman
  OTrrtlmv. Aviation War lndusti?. It
  jeo nave mechanical aMUljr. i n t t t                                  five residents reached the con-      124     Thomas Anthony Pedecine                     172   A r t h u r David Menein             220   Joseph A. Stevens, Jr.
  • M M asmplote Informartsy to Box V,                                   clusion it was no time to trifle     125    Edson L. G a r r a b r a n t s              173    George Clifford Hull, J r .          221   Joseph Michael Dunn
  rant at Kcm.                                                           further with_ termites.                                                                 174    Alfred David Haskell                 222   William Irving McMane
                                                                                                              126    Frank Frederick          Oroflno
                                                                            Showing how small business        127    Michael A. Passarelli                        175   W a r r e n J o h n DePalma, J r .   223   Donald Paul Buhrer
              SERVICES OFFERED
                                                                         is getting it in the neck these      128    Stuart Lindsay Varner                        176   Richard C. Campbell                  224   Norman Earle Brice, Jr.
       •Prompt and Courteous JBarriea"                                   days, gross receipts for the         129    Victor Lincoln                              177    Alfonso F r a n k Pedecine           225   Edgar Howard Gustafson
      OROVB EMPLOYMENT AOENCT                                                                                                                                    178    Anthony Paul Dilonno                 226   George Mayo, Jr.
      9*79 Bprincfield Avenue. Maplewood                                 month were but $43.80 which          130    Orville Highbrown
          We Special!** in First C a n                                   put the department in the red        131    Joseph J o h n Kane                         179    Carmen F . Marcantonio               227   Warren George Sexton
                Domestic Help
                    TOT TIB                                              by several hundred dollars.          132    William Devaht Lamborn                      180    Mitchell D. Williams                 228   Howard G r a n t Mellen
          PHONE SO. ORANGE 3-0141
                                                                            A year ago new building per-      133    Daniel J o h n Carella                      181    J o h n Russell Jacobus              229   Kazier Edwin Mazurki
PLAT STONE work and asphalt drtw-                                        mits totaled 34 and estimated        134    John Henry Heller                           182    William McLead Winner                230   Robert Vincent Lohse
  wir. aardner, stone and cement work                                                                         135    Robert G. B. Mitchell                       183    Harold A r t h u r B e n n e t t     231   Saverio Gallitelli, Jr.
 a    specialty. Daniel   Massimo,    II                                 cost was over $200,000. On this
  Church •treat. Mllltmrn. Mlllburn I-                                   volume the Building Depart-          136    George Robert Wallace                       18,4   T h o m a s Francis Wingler          232   Marshal LeRoy Wilcox, J
  IK9-J                        1-1«-46J»
                                                                         ment showed a profit.                137    R. H. Purnell (ne Meyer)                    185    Lewis Cusano                         233   Constantine Grimbilas
COt/jr.Kl' WOMEN                    would like day's
                                                                            A ray of sunshine came when       138    Will Vaughn Faxon, J r .                    186    Joseph R. Smith, J r .               234   Cary Nicholas Carpender
 work.    References.                Call Mlllburn 6-
 1144.                                        7-1-48JS                   tbe tax collector reported the       139    Rocco J o h n S a m m a r t l n o           187    Charles La Master                    235   Robert H e a t h Schroeder
                    FOB 8AXJC                                            take for the month exceeded         140     Robert Stragnell                            188    J o h n Robert Snowden               236   Marvin Aurance Silbersher
                                                                         1941 by $28,000. Incidentally at    141     Gerald B. Zitzelsberger                     189    Marion G r a n t B i n g h a m       237   William Douglas Miller
VOfT FOR SAL.E — i t 1 1 U on Mllltown
  Road. Sprlncfield. Owner will n i l Terr                               this point Major Ward's leave       142     Fred Joseph Ambrose                         190    Watson Ordie Szpara                  233   Eugene Consales
  reasonable. Call Mlllburn *-«75t-M.                                                                                                                            191    Frederic S. Gordon, J r .
                                                                         of absence was extended for         143     Vance Lauderdale, J r . .                                                               239   Robert J a m e s Sutton
SIGNS — (For Rent, For Sale. Furn-                                       another 3 months, all of which      144     Winfield Scott Stickle                      192    J o h n Joseph Sullivan              240   Donald Charles Marshall
  ished  Rooms, No Trespassing-, No
  Htmt!n» or TreapainlntT) on sale at                                    aids the war effort.                146     Walter Channing Howe                        193    Robert Waldo King, J r .             241   John Ernest D'Elia
  The Item office, J4S> Main Btreet. l t c                                                                   146     Robert M. Kimball, J r .                    194    R i c h a r d Olliff Russell
  aaoh. 2 tor l i e .         17-tf-HH
                                                                                                             147     Edwin Eaton Fairfield                       195    T h o m a s Duncan Stevens
TAUPE RUG »x21; Booked pattern rue
                                                                                                             148     William Henry Nate                          196    Joseph V. Maucione
 for dinlnc or bedroom >xl2: chairs,
 lamp*, box sprinc. etc. No dealers
 Os.ll inornlnro. Short. Hills 7-106*.                                   List Men In                         149     Angelo A. Palmieri                          197    Stanley Pierson Lewis                 RADIO REPAIRS
                                  7-1.-4819                                                                  150     Albert Joseph Benedetto                     198    Alfred Silvio Stanziale                    "See The Marks Bros."
BBAUTIFtX      SIAMESE. also Persian,
              pedlsreed. Telephone Sunset
  Rldtre Cattery. Boonton 8-Uil-J.
                                                                         Future Draft                        151
                                                                                                                     Rocco Daniel Marcantonio
                                                                                                                     Walton Gould Herbert
                                                                                                                                                                        William Henry Meyer, J r .
                                                                                                                                                                        George Edward Plckard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   RADIO SALES CORP.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3*7 Mlllburn Avenue
                                                        M-sMt                                                153     Harrison J . Dodd, J r .                    201    Vito Rocco Flola                              Millburn    6-0015
                                                                            (Continued from Page One)
ELECTRIC FLATTER Bteck K-mnd piano.
  Excellent    , . . • . • •                                              51 Richard Bradley Orelup

  all pop
                               •            '   .   .    .   .   .   •

                                                                          52 Richard Ogden Wells
  7-J>                                                  , •••             53 William Charles Boub. Jr.
DOUBLii SIZE Simmon bed. walnut fin-                                      54 William Frank Peterson                                                 *       *
 ish with Hinrrnona coll sprint: and in-
 ner sprinc mattress. Also lawn mower.
       Orange 2-7471.            7-1-4114
                                                                          55 Robert George Thompson
                                                                          56 Charles Henry Snyder
                                                                                                                     * *    *           *                                 YOU CAN                                             ****
                   FOR RENT                                               57 John Peter Snyder
ATTRACTIVE room in private hone for                                       58 William Lawrence Snyder
 one or two adults. Convenient to all                                     59 Alexander Tener Brown
 transportation. Telephone Short Hills                                    1
 7-H92                        31-J-481S                                             i Junior Erie
TWO F                i ED apartment in
                                                                          61 Edward Joseph Lee
 onist n. rhborhood, *» Improvements;                                     62 Kenneth Bertrand Wiss
 on bus near center. Garmse avail-
 able •           IMI           7-3-4123                                  83 Henry Berg III
LARGE ROOM in Mtllburn Center, 551
                                                                          64 Gordon Muir Tuttle
  Mlllburn Avenue, Apartment «.                                           65 Douglas K. McOlvaim
                                --3-4*15                                  66 Theodore M. Douglas, Jr.
NEW b y FURNISHED »le*plm«r room —                                        67 Frank David Doyle
 Qcntlrmen Oarase. Board optional II
           -nue. SprlnsjfWd. Mlllburn                                     68 Philip Wade Drake
     TS-R.                       <»S6
                                                                          69 Robert Henry Greenebaum                                                                                                                                   * *
:v» • 3V4 . 4 t t room «t»Mmenls; Cha-
  tham Arms. 4* South Paasaic A n -
   nu». Chatham t«0 00 and up. New
                                                                          70 Robert L. Kortright
                                                                          71 Hugh Paul James
                                                                                                                                AT YOUR JERSEY CENTRAL OFFICE                                                                          *
   modern ai            Just completed,
  all   .njpiovni'-nT^ 2 minutes from                                     72 Charles J. Van Buskirk
   Chatham station, inquire snperinten-
  dent on premise* or phone Bercen I-
                                                                          73 John Vincent Picciuto                              For years we have tried to build up one of the best sales organ-
                                T-4-4JU                                   74 Edmund Albert Pressler                             izations going, in order to bring people the advantages of "Better
                                                                          75 Clement Nathen Kaupp
                                                                          76 Eugene Edward Lochner                              Living" through modern gas and electric appliances. While we                                           if
                                                                          77 Richard Joseph Davlsson
           • *ed.
       • Is hereby given that the Ac-                                     78 Victor Eugene Forker
                                                                                                                                still have enthusiasm and belief in appliances which we are now                                        *
                     Subscriber. Substituted
Tiurtiu nn.!w the last Will and Testa-                                    79 Robert Arno Funger                                 serving, and in the future will serve, to make living easier and                                       *
               ^FCRT« 8. HOFFMAN, de-                                     80 James Bate
reasrd. will be audited and stated by
     Surrogate And repxried for settle-                                   81 Benedict L. D'Andrea
                                                                                                                                more convenient, we know with deep conviction that today there                                         *
       to the Orphans' Court of the
         of Essex on Tuesday, the ltnd                                    82 Carl Nelson Weber                                  is only o:i? thing which will insure our way of life, and that is                                     *
                nber mxt.                                                 83 John Noble Adsit
              }«. 1J4J
                         JOSBPH COUl/t                                    84 Joseph Thomas Coppola                              winning this war. So we would like to join our efforts with others
       Bats. Morse * Ooult. Proctor*                                                                                                                                                                                                   *
        i Place.                                                          85 John Weaver Gordon, II.                            in doiag cu3 of the most important selling jobs in the world
               U , 11. Sept. *.                                           86 David Brooks                                                                                                                                             *
                        \a.        NOTICE                                 87 Richard W. Montgon.                                touay.-selling BONDS FOR VICTORY. We are glad to an-
               1 I.I.
AM                      CE           RELATIXO  TO
                                                                          88 Edgar H. Leander, Jr.                              nounce that you can now buy BONDS at any of our offices through
                                     IT FOR HUMAN                         89 Jc*            i Rizzo, Jr
           ;•; A «t
                                    rtJ TO CONSTl-
                                     •!ENT TO                             90 Alvah Charles Meeker                               the saleslady on the show room floor. We urge you to buy War
 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ • 1 OF 1                   3 OF 'TH                            91 Lawrence Michael 8utera                            Bones today, and plan for that completely modern, up-to-the-                                          *
                         OF         THE TOW
                                      • THK <•                            92 Lawrence Boggs Lewis
                        (unnoN OF I»J»)                                   93 Dwlght Francis Longley                             minute home when the war is over.
           Ordinance, of which the fore-                                  94 Pasquale J. Masella, J r .
         Is the title, was passed on final
            • t a regular rosettna- of the                                95 Richard Birmingham Doyle
         MB CommlttM of tits Township of
             In the County « t Essex, New
           held on the 3rd day of Aua-ust.
                                                                          96 Carl Joseph Schoener
                                                                          97 Joseph Mathew DeVlto                               .               JERSEY CENTRAL POWER & LIGHT
                                                                          98 Joseph Anthony Cross
                                                                          99 Harry William Wlmmer                                   *                                     COMPANY                                                ¥
      Chairman of the To»os»lo Commute
             i; L. wlDKATHm,                                             100 Howard P. Hulsebosch                                           *   ^               THERE IS ONE STAR FOR EACH                                  M^
                Township Clark
                                                                         101 Salvator Joseph Delano                                                     4       OF OUR MEN IN THE SERVICES                             *
  Everybody m>as tbe Classifies! adver-                                  102 Charles William Drake
IsMnwnts. T,,or tittle ad t h e n . If Mem st                            103 Bruce Arthur Winner
a markrt for what yea wset te sail. Is
     tn brills' i —•!!••                                                 104 Antony Monaco
                                                                         105 Charles Clement Schley                                                                       *    *    *   *     *
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