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                                                                              CARTERET PRESS                                   CARTKRET, N. .1., FRIDAY, NKI'TKMBKR 27, H>29
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  Lvenel Hermit Killed
                                                                                               Car Inspector Fatally
                                                                                                     Injured at Port Reading                     Hermann Low Bidder                               W o m e n Visit N e w York
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Lose W a y Returning                 Nathan Hale Addition
       In Traffic Accident
                                                                                                            Martin May, of 433 Magnolia ave-
                                                                                                                                                     On Bergen St. Job                                           A party of local women went to
                                                                                                        nue, Elizabeth, a car inspector em-
                                                                                                        ployed in the yards of Reaflini? Rail
                                                                                                        road Company was caught between L o c a l Contractor's Figure* Carnegie Hall where demonstrations
                                                                                                        two cars and fatally injured Wednes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             New York Tuesday where they at-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             tended a Prudence Penny meeting in        Is Planned By Board
               Shiriofen Lived Alone With Score of Dog* and Three day afUrooon in th* yards in Port, Well Below Those of Com-and a lecture were given regarding School Commissioner* To Call Election To Pass Upon Plan To
                                                                                                                                                                                                             various foods and household matters.
           ,r,es—Skull Fractured and Jaw Broken When Auto                                               Reading. He was taken to the Alex-             petitors—Fire Company To After the meeting they had dinner                                                           Relieve Congestion In Primary Grade*—Eight Class
                        M»«$»Hi» Buckboard—Horse Escapes Injury.                                        ian Brothers Hospital where he died                                                                   and attended a show in the Roxy
                                                                                                        Wednesday night.                                Get Hose.                                            theatre. On the way home they visited                                      Rooms and Auditorium Proposed.
           . Shirinisn, a hermit who ha« Efforts were made by the Fahway                                    May's legs were nearly severed                                                                    territory not on their route. They
      m                                                                                                                                                The Herman Brothers Construction
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       ' J u t the lower end of Home- police to locate relative)! of the un-from his body; his arms were crushed Company was the lowest of three bid- Rot off a Pennsylvania train at Scott                                                                          The voters of Carteret school dis- :welve room addition could be nad*
• - llVin|f < Avenel. died Wednes- fortunate man and a cousin was final- and he had laceration* and bruises ders who submitted bids Monday avenue instead of the Rahway station trict will be asked to pass upon a
                          1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the school and still leave a strip
                                                                                                        •all over the body. Coroner J. J. Ly-                                                                 and had some trouble finding out proposition to build an 8-room and                                 vacant ground thirty feet widt
               i m l l t from injuries ho receiv- ly located. The body was taken in
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                                                                                                                                                   night for the contract to construct where they were. In the party were: auditorium addition to the Nathan ilong the Lincoln avenue frontage of
                  , night when a buckboard charge by Coroner J. J. Lyman, of man was notified and gave permission
            ir
                 , J w a , riding was struck by Carteret, who removed it to his mOr-for the body to ge removed to Mit-                             curbs, gutters and walks in Bergen Mrs. F. X. Koepfler, Miss Nellie Mur- Hale school, at a special school elec- he plot.
             ",' i demolished. Shlrinian's ffUe. Through the cousin arrange- chell's undertaking establishment in street. The Hermann concern bid $3,- nane, Mrs. C. H. Byrne, Mrs. William tion to be held soon. Decision to sub-                                                                               The board has selected Simons,
               !, fractured, one jaw wasments are being made to hold the Elizabeth. May was single.                                                726.60. The Metuchen Contracting j , T j a w i 0 I . a n d Mrs. Morton LeVan.                                   mit this proposition to the voters wa? heridan and Janoson, architects to
           *'..„,) he received numerous funeral sprvices this afternoon in the                                                                     and Trucking Company bid $4,003.50                                                   _                                                                    make the plans for the addition in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   reached Tuesday night at an adjourn the event the proposition is sanc-
               nm l lacerations with feasible Methodist Episcopal church in Car-
                                                                                                                                                   and the United Construction and Sup-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ed meeting of the Board of Educntion tioned by the voters. It is estimated
                                   " was knocked un- teret.
                                           regained con-        The police of Woodbridge and
                                                              Health Offlcar P«U . PaUnoa took
                                                                                                Post Issues Statement                               ply Company of South Amboy bid
                                                                                                                                                    14,479.30. The bids were laid over
                                                                                                                                                    for action at a meeting to be held on
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Drops On Street                                                and came after nearly two hours of hat the cost of the addition with an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   discussion. The measure was support         uditorium will be about $33,000.


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                           which struck the buck- over the problem of disposing of the
                            driven by Louis Madg- animals. The matter was Anally put
                                                                                                  On Rahway Campaign                                Mmwrfcy night-of next week.
                                                                                                                                                         Plans for the sewer system to be
                                                                                                                                                    constructed in the lower section of
                                                                                                                                                                                                            On Way Home
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               , The. idea of a .twelve room addition
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   John Cselle, Theodore A. Bishop, Jos- was opposed by Commissioner Mit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   eph Mittuch, Albert Welblund and tuch and there was much lively dis-
                           I Ijiwrence street, Rah- up to the Society for the Prevention
                    , Statement to the police of of Cruelty to Animals. Some of the'                      Local Legionnaires Have Nn Chrome to relieve drainage condi- Lewis Street Man Ha* Attack Oeorge board passed when the matter cussion the meeting. other matters
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     f the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Yuronka. The other members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             during
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           over this and
                                                                                                                                                    tions in Warren, Mercer and Bergen
                  Saturday night following the dogs are savage. One that appears to                           Connection With Drive To street, have been completed and ap- and Goes To Hospital Fol- was put up to a vote. Those ••ho pass-                                                                       On recommendation of Supervising
               t Mndgyessy said that he didhe part German police dog is the lead-                                                                                                                                                                                  ed are: President Edward J. Heil, Dis Principal Miss B. V. Hermann, teach-
                 ',!„. buckboard until his car er. The whole string of dogs prompt-                           Raise Fund* Originated By proved. Engineer Oliver F. Mitchell                                       lowing Fir»t Day'* Work Af- trict Clerk William V. Coughlin vice ing staffs for the regular night school
                                                                                                                                                    called attention to the fact that War-
                  ini,, it. The accident happen- ly charges any one who approaches                            Rahway Group.                                                                                                                                         president Robert Jeffreys and Com and the night school for foreign born
                 h intersection of Randolph the house. One small brown dog which
                                                                                                                                                     ren street is about to be paved with                         ter Long Illness.                                 missioner Charles A. Conrad.
                                                                                                                                                     concrete. He pointed out that cross                                                                                                                      residents, were named. Hiss Clare
               ','n«l Railway avenue which is seemed to be the plumpest one of the To the residents of Carteret and                                                                                                                                                     The plan to build an addition to Monohan will be principal of the reg-
                                                                                                                                                     pipes and catch basins to connect                            Pasquale Cialli, aged 50 years, of
               ,;,,in.lary between RfJ>way^and lot was found industiiousl catching vicinity who have been approached by
                                                                                                                                                     with the proposed sewer system 17 Lewis street, had been ill for sev-Nathan Hale school is the result o ular evening school and will receive
                              After the death of Shir and eating gTasshopprrt.                            phone from an organization in Rah-should b« laid at onie in order to eral weeks. Recently he recovered efforts upon the part of the hoard t $6 per night. Her assistants who will
                  ,.,inosday morning, the police                                                          way, whose purpose is the solicitation avoid ripping up the new pavement I somewhat and \yent to work Monday remedy an acute condition of conges- receive $4 per night are: Miss Loret-
                   ,1V Innk Madgyessy into cu»-                                                           of funds! for another organization of in Warren street later on. The coun-1 at the plant of the Benjamin More tion in the local schools, especially in ta Powers, Clemence Allen, Miss Mar-
                     -, technical charge of man

            ,.',lfh the buckboard in which
                                                Lewis Street Resort                                        veterans, the position % Roosevelt cil concurred in this view and gave | Company. He put in a hard day and
                                                                                                           Post is as follows:
                                                                                                                                        f

                                                                                                              We have no connection with this basins and laterals at once.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the primary grades. There are twen- garet Prentiss, Miss Ethel Decker,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ty classes, approximately 800 chil Miss Mildred Haviland, Miss Doris
                                                                                                                                                     authority to proceed with the catch was on his way home Monday night dren on part time session at present, Lubern, Mrs. Catherine Hughe* and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                when he was seized with a sinking according to a report recently made John Czerniewiez. Tht teachers for
             „ ,,i was riding wa* reduced to                                                               drive for funds, neither do we share           The Board of Education presented spell and fell on the street.
            ,,,, «»od, and the driver                                                                    | in the work as announced by -their a request for $60,000 to meet cur-                                                                                    to the board. A majority of these the evening classes for foreign born
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   In filling, Cialli's chin struck a
                  injured, the little horse that                        ,                   ,            I representative in her telephone com- rent expenses. The council granted corner of the pavement and he wasclasses are in the Nathan Hale school are: Mrs. Mary Dowling, Miss Mary
              avunir the vehicle escaped with Proprtetor a n d O n e Girl F i n e d j versation, and any person who con-                                                                                                                                             which IB a primary school.                 Ziemba and Mrs. Elizabeth Connolly.
                                                                                                                                                      the request by a resolution and also knocked unconscious. The police                                              During the discussion which pre-           Commissioner Conrad reported
                                                                                                           tribu e81                 u d r the im
              -,-Kilch.
                                                                  —Re»ort Clewed Permanent-1                     ^ ° * • • ***• " f .             " authorised a note to raise the amount. were notified and the man, still un- ceded the adoption of the plan for an hat a considerable portion of th«
            rinu      ,n lived alone in a one-room i                                                       pression that the^ are helping any              Broom and Newman company man- conscious was brought to head quar- addition to the school, Commissioner •oof of the Washington school is in
           ,,t hi,use at the foot of Home- :                                                                Legion work are misled.                   ufacturers of shirts with a plant at ters where Dr. J. J. Reason restored Bishop raised a question that for a need of immediate repair. He recom-
              r ,,,„,,,.         alone as far as human I                                                       We have no quarrel with any other High street and Washington avenue, consciousness and attended the time puzzled members of the "board. mended that the roof be covered with
            .,'„;.,n< were concerned. But he The police on Wednesday night organization of veterans, neither do complained in a letter that when wounded chin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     He said that in 1926 there were no sphalt and fitted with a copper ridge
               .ntv of company. There were raided a resort at 13 Lewis street wa assume that we are the only vet- there is a heavy rainfall their plant                                                            Cialli was taken home but did notclasses on part time and that the
If.i.r.tv -                   dogs of all breeds and and arrested the proprietor, Angelo erans organisation, but in view of the is flooded by surface water from St. make a normal recovery. During the present enrollment is only 194 in ex- and a new skylight. One firm that ap-
                  .,. -hared the little house with Franko, and one girl inmate, Marie fact that we are the only one in Car-Joseph's church and school plots and night he developed a condition close c e s 8 o { t h e e n r o , l n l e n t o f ' 1 9 2 6 < U n d e T peared to know of the condition sent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                in a bid for the job. The. bid was laid
             ,i mi(ht. And there were three                                                                 teret, e feel that any drive purport- from Borne private property. The-en- ly resembling paralysis. Dr. H. L. the drcumsUnces he could not under- aside without being opened and the
                   ,!,,h lived in the yard. Great Scangralla who gave her home as ing to assist veterans relief work in gineer was directed to investigate Strandberg ordered him taken to the
                 . i.roken shipping cases were Newark and New York. The cook and Carteret should originate with a local and report back a recommendation Perth Amboy hospital.                                                                                       stand how 800 children are on part board will advertise for more bids.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     time now.                                     A Mrs. Bartok whose daughter,
               ,, ,,, against the outside walls the wife of the proprietor together                                                                    for relieving the shirt company plant.                       Cialli's condition is said to be do President Heil explained that in Grace, is a pupil in the Washington
                                                                with some men fourM in the place clear any doubt as to our                                 Councilman Frank Andres reported to general weakness and on ailment 1926 and previous to that time the Bchool, appeared with the girl at the
              ,,'njn made his living off th<> were also rounded up but later were with the sale of books as a means of that Fire Company No. 2 needs BW) of the liver.                                                                                                classes numbered forty-five and up-meeting. The girl recently fell on the
                     lumps. He was 46 years old                                                             raising money for relief of veterans. feet of hose and was given authority                                                                                wards in schools where there was stairs in the school and was injured.
             ,n Armenian by birth. Little was released,                                                              Roosevelt Post No. 263,            to purchase it. Several resolutions                                                                           congestion. Since that time the class- She was attended by a physician win?
                                                                   A hearing on the case of Franko
                   .,•..,ut him in the neighborhood
                 , I,, lived. He is said to have and the girl was held last night The
                ,, r<!iid°us enthusiast. Besides girl was fined $50 and the proprietor
                                                                                                                        American Legion,
                                                                                                                         Johq J. Kennedy,
                                                                                                                                                       pertaining to finances were passed.
                                                                                                                                                            Councilman William D'Zurilla re-
                                                                                                                                          Adjutant. ported a leak in a water main in
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Stage Set For Second                                           es have been Teduced to the number charged $76 for his gervices, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      prescribed by the state school law Bartok thought it was up to the board
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      about 34 to a class. While this ex to pay the bill. A committee to inves-
                         • inn of dogs, horses and was fined $200. The resort was order-
              •r.. , ,,,,-s there are more th*n a ed permanently closed. It had been
                  ! <M'S of old wvgons and bug-operating for about two months and
                                                                                                                                                       'Washington avenue near Locust
                                                                                                                                                        street. The water company will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Game In Big Series                                        planation seemed to shed light on thetigate the case and report back was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       situation there was a disposition to named as follows: Commissioners
               r ••.<• vard and one old Ford se-was gajnine a lurid reputation. Com-
                                                                plaints were received but the police
                                                                                                     <eons Celebrate;                                    notified.
                                                                                                                                                            Mayor Thomas J. Mulvihill again
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      go further into the matter and a com- Welblund, Bishop and Cselle. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Carteret Field Club and Amboy mittee was appointed to find out just board members generally expressed
                                                                did not act Si The ttm# Became they                                                      called at.tPTit.inn to aeveral defects in                                                                            so many          children are on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Pacer* To Battle Sunday- why time with more a comparatively the opinion that the board should not
                                                                were busy with the strike in a local Wed Thirty-Rve Years                                the pavement in Hudson street and
                                                                                                                                                         Chrome avenue, and urged the street
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       part               only                    bs expected t6 pay the mTWas'thg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Big Diamond Star* On Both small increase in enrollment since girl's fall waa not due to any defect
[Carteret Man Injured                                           plant. The two were arraigned on
                                                                charges of running a disorderly house
                                                                and selling liquor.
                                                                                                                                                         department to have the necessary re-
                                                                                                             Well Known Furniture Head pairs made. The same matter was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Teams,                                            1926. The members of the committee of the stairs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       are Commissioners Mittuch, Welblund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        arid Yuronka.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Miss Anna Drew Scott, principal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of the high school reported the case
                                                                                                                                                         brought to the ottentipn of the coun-                        The stage ia set for the second
    In Motorcycle Crash                                         Card Party For Palestine
                                                                                                                 and Wife Hoatt To Eighty In cil a week previously. Some of the game of the "Little World Series'^ It was reported that a survey had of Constantine Grutza, a student who
                                                                                                                 Elizabeth-Carteret Hotel.                holes will have to be repaired by thebetween "Henny" Stauback's Carter- been made of the property upon cut his tongue while playing football
                                                                                                                                                          Middlesex Water Company as they et FieW-ehrtr-Bftd Walt Rogers Perth which the Nathan Hale school is lo- and was attended by Dr. Joseph Wan-
  I Riding With F««t On HandU-                                              1* Bif Financial Success Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leon, well were caused by excavations made by Amboy Pacers, to be held on the Cop- cated and that it was found that a toch.
          barj When Machine Hits                                                                              known here and in Perth Amboy, the company and not properly repair- per Works Field in Perth. Amboy, this
                                                                     A crowd that filled the German celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding ed.                                                                     coming Sunday afttrnoon. All roads
                                                                 Lutheran hall attended the card par- anniversary Thursday night in the The council adjourned to meet will lead to the Elm street grounds McCarter I* Head Of
          Auto—Other Traffic Acci-
          dcnti.
                                                                 ty held Sunday night under the aus-ball room of the Elizabeth-Carteret again on Monday night of next week. and in view of the fact that excellent
                                                                 pices of the combined organizations Hotel, in Elizabeth. Eighty guests,                                                                           crowds turned out for the games last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Historical Society Drive       Car Hits Pole
                                                                 of Jewish women in Carteret. The prominent'in civic, business and so-
                     • Timi. of 17 John street, Car affair was for the benefit of the He
                                                                                                              cial circles were present. Mr. Leon is H i g h School T e a m In
                                                                 brews in Palestine who have sus- the proprietor of several large furni-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   October, a record crowd is expected
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   on Sunday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Robert H. McCarter of Rumson,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         former Attorney General of the State            Occupant Injured
      • : • • •A'S'I h a s h a d m a n y a n a c c i d e n i
                                                                                                                                                                         Opening Game T o d a y                        A baseball classic, ancient in a of New Jersey has accepted the
           ••,.!!n, added another one to the tained loss of home and means in ture stores in addition to the Albert                                                                                                way, where International and major General Chairmanship of the forth- Accident Early Sunday Morn-
                     •'•-riiuy when he ran into a ca the recent uprising of Arabians. Leon store on Smith street, Perth                                                                                                                                       picture coming $350,000 building fund cam-
              • i, was riding a motorcycle. There were more than fifty tables Amboy.
                                                                                                                                                               What promises to be the most in- leaguers take part, may bestseries of paign of the New Jersey Historical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the popular Amboy-Carteret
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ing Near Mexpet Gate—One
                                                                                                                                                           rPrcSLlIlK IOOLUnll SCH3U1I in the his-
                                                                                                                                                         . teresting football season m fciic m a                   old. Stars like Waite Hoyt, Rube Wai- Society.                                                        Man's Elbow Is Crushed.
        . .1,., riding south in Pearl street in play and many attractive prizes                                   iuvj.
                                                                                                                                                                     B
       ' r.ui m'.o a car owned and driven were awarded to the winners. A and Mrs. Abe J. Dovid, General arid     The guests included Prosecutor                   o f the C a r t e r e t n i g h g c h ool gets                    Miller, Wally Schang,                   Charles M. Lum, Executive Chair-
                                                                                                                 d                 Dovid General                                         h       the big Blue
                   ::mond Jackson, of Dunham large number of priies laso were Mrs. Mrs Abe JCollins, Mr. and and J e White t o d a y wclashes with South Jimmy Dykes, | Mule Haas, Jimmy man of the Campaign in announcing
                                                                                                                     Dennis F.                     Mrs. ._ r w a eleven e n                                                                                                                                             A car driven by James Baird, of
                                                                  auctioned off. At the conclusion of
                       At the time Tami was riding the                                                        John J. Stamler, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Lmboy high school at the high school Ring, Tony Lazzari, Jess Petty and a Mr. McCarter's election and accep- 125 Longfellow street, shot off the
                                                                           games                    were Dann, Mr. and Mrs. S. Klein, Mr. and eld on Washington avenue. The score of others have played in the tance of the office said today:                                                                     pavement and hit two poles early
       •••• hi- feet on the handle-bars of served. Miss refreshments
         • : .txrrycle. He was treated by
                                                                                    Rose Glass was gen-       Mrs. Z. Goldberger, Mr. and Mrs. Max louth Amboy game is the first of a famous Carteret-Amboy series of                                                        "The post of the General Chair- Sunday morning in Roosevelt ave-
                                                                  eral chairman of the committee in                                                                                                                 years gone by. Many of the above man of the Campaign calls for an nue near the gates of the Mexican
      I'- H W. Hoagland for bruises on charge. The affair was • big success B. Sugarman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kreiel-                                              ng schedule which consists of nine- mentioned may be seen in action be- outstanding citizen of New Jersey, Petroleum Corporation. There is a
                                                                                                               sheimer, Mrs. Philo, Mr. and Mrs.           games.                                                   fore the curtain falls on the present one who is known to everyone in the sharp curve at the spot and Baird
               '•K-.                              v               financially.                                 Max Wurtzel, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gold-              •Coach McCarthy does not expect to
              1 tin Henrickson, of 950 Post                                                                                                                                                                            ason.                                              entire state. In fact a man of nation- who was headed toward Rahway and
                                                                                                               •nberg, Mr. and Mrs. Zeimer, Mr. and ncounter much opposition from the                                                                                     al prominence who has the high re- was accompanied by two other men,
                     >uddle, N. Y. was riding a mo-                                                            Mrs. H. N. Petty, Dr. and Mrs. Harry row river team but everyone of the Announcement was made by Stau- gard of all."
               ,.i!" ulong Lincoln highway near High School Students Have                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           failed to .hold the machine t« the
                                                                                                               Rich,' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lowden, light teams which follow is expected back recently that Danny Dugan. of
                 •ia Monday morning at 10 o'-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "Mr. McCarter was the unanimous pavement. It struck one pole a
                                                                                                               Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Melniker, Mr. and o set obstacles in the Blue and White Buffalo, and a former Yankee pitcher, selection of the members of th« Cam- glancing blow and then ran into a
                • •*bcn he fell off the machine ^ C o n s t i t u t i o n W e e k Program Mrs. D. P. Olmstead, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                             lath to a successful season. In seven will face the Amboyans. Danny re- paign Committee «nd his willingness second o n « .
              • it hii left eye. He also injured                                                                W. Bayles, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Al- if thes# games, (those with Has- sides in Plainfield. Skiff, of the New-
                     it arm severely. He was taken] An educational and patriotic Con- berts, Miss Helen Mayer, Mrs. Ruben- brouk Heights, Rahway, Woodbridge, ark Bears-, will don the catcher's uni- to head the Campaign forces in their                                                                               A detecTTVe of the Central Rail-
                           Railway "hospital tot treat-.] stitution Week Prop-am WM present- stein, Miss Leonore Mayer, Abe Mey- South River, Cranford, Plrth Amboy form. Higgle Coplan, will do duty at appeal for a fund for a modern file- road Company's police department
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ,   ii   •   .1   Tl!.l   *   1   Cl_-_
                                                                   ed Friday morning by the students of f er, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen, Mr. andand North Plainfield), Me Carthy ex- first. Mickey D'Zurilla, a Carteret proof building for the Historical Soc saw the accident and reported to the
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                       i- Zt'hrer, Of SB Grant street, the Carteret High School at ttje regu- Mrs. A. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs,fi.Mey- acts more trouble.                                                                  boy will play at second. Chick Few- iety is an assurance that the money borough police that a oar with three
                  irm, was driving southward in lar assembly session. The entire pro- er, r. and Mrs. M. Goldenberg, Mrs.                                                                                            ster, of Jersey City, and former Yar* required will be raised."                               , men in it was wrecked near the Mex-
                                                                                                                                                                 The Carteret team is laying plans                                                                                                            tne
                  '-;. avenue, Sunday night when gram follows: Flag salute by student L. Karpen, Mrs. Freund, M. Leon, Dr o stop South River's attack this year. kee, will take care- of short. ErnesJ                                                                         'The precious collection of           ican plant. Police brought Baird,
                   •t mine together with; one owned body Song, "America," by student and Mrs. H. Jacoby, Mr. ond MW In the game betwien the two elevens Sabb, a popular borough resident, Society must be preserved for the j o n n Sultak, of Lewis street and
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                    Invcn by Edward Mqracwski, of body; Poem, "The Pilgrim Fathers" William Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Belas- last year, South Rikrer slaughtered the will be seen at third. In the outfield, future generations and made acces- James Wilson, of Woodbridge, to
                   I -:;i-t. Grand street, Rahway.The by Eugene Keratt; Story, "The Con- ius, Mr.' Boos, Mr. and Mrs. F. Gar-McCarthy eleven by a 25-0 tcore.                                                        Jocko Conlan, of Newark; in left, sible to,all who wish to consult and headquarters.
                         • coming out of the driveway utitutione" by Roy Goderstad; Song, retson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Koest- Wpodbridge is waiting for the Blue Jose Medwick of Carteret, in center; examine it."                                                                               *                         Dr. H. L. Strandberg found that
                                                                    "Amerioa the Beautiful," by student
                '••'• White Star farm. Wadeslow body; Poem, "My Country," by Wil- ler, Mr. and Mrs". Charles Safran, and White team this year. The Wood- and Howie Krausche of Linden, in                                                                                     Under Mr. McCarter's Leadership Sultak had a badly crushed elbow
                                                                                                                                                                                      th y                           right. Three municipalities represeni;- .undreds of prominent New Jersey and had him sent to the Rahway hos-
                       '•v, of Grove street, Irvmgton, ton Pruit; Poem. "America All' by                        Mrs. E. Garten, Mr. and Mre. A bridge-Carteret game always brims
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                           • wife and ion were riding Marie Gaydos; Song, "The Star Greenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Mox Kauf- with clo8e rivalry, and the Barron ed in the Carteret outfield.                                                                                      men and women will conduct the pital. The physician examined the
                      M ruewski. They were taken to M r                           y ;                           man, Mr. and Mrs. S, Stamler, Mr. avenue boys are working hard to                                        It was also learned that Rogers Campaign early in October. The New others and found they were not in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Building will be a distinct addition
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                        m- uf Dr. B. W. HoagUnd for Spangled Banner," by the Student and Mrs. H. F. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. break Carteret's supremacy on the plans to use four International lea- to the public buildings of the State." jured. He left a certificatae to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      gue stars. Billy_ Urbanski, of Perth                                                            effect that Baird had been drinking
                 •'•wiit to minor injuries.                         Body.                                       A. S. Kummer, all of Elizabeth; gridiron.                                                                                                                                                             but was not intoxicated. Baird was
                                                                                                                Judge Robert Carey, Jersey City; Mr                                                                   Amboy, voted the most valuable play-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      er on the Montreal team in the In-Cardinals Annual Dance                                         unable to explain the accident except
                                                                                                                and Mrs. Howard Barrett, Madison                                                                                                                                                                       that possibly something went wrong
        Hey Fellers! There's A Zoo Near                                                                          Harvest Home Supper
                                                                                                                                                               High School Notes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ternational, and elected on the short-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      stop berth on the All-International
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Leatjue team for 1929, may play with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Saturday, October 5 with the steering gear of the car.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Preparations are under way for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The machine was badly damaged.

           Town; "Taggers^ 'N Everything!                                                                                 At Presbyterian Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Amboy. Billy was chosen as the best
                                                                                                                                                                 Football tickets werej)laced on aal shortstop in the International Lea- Fifth Annual Dance given by the
                                                                                                                                                              yesterday.          General Organization gue.                                                                 Cardinal Athletic Club, at the Slo-O h i o State O p e n s
                                                                                                                                                              members were charged only 25c for White Hoyt, star of the New York vtek Hall on Wheeler avenue, Satur-
         Chapman. Animal Corporation Lease* Big Farm In Woodbridge The Mission Band of the Firsi admission. All others must pay the                                                                                                                                         day night, October 6. Music will be                    Carteret B o y E n r o l l e d
                                                                                                                 Presbyterian church will hold a har-                                                                 Yankees, has been signed by Rogers furnished by Lind Brothers Cliffwood
               And HOUMS Collection of Animal* There—Zoo Is Located                                              vest home supper from 5:30 to 8 p regular admission fee of 50c. A big for the second or third Sunday in Beach orchestra. Dancing will start                                                               COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 2 7 - A class
                                         In Lake Avenue Near Rahway Line.                                        m. the afternoon and evening oi turn-out is expected at the opening October. Amboy is also dickering at 8 o'clock.                                                                                     of approximately 8000 new students
                                                                                                                 Thursday, October 17, in the Sundaj          game here today between Carteret over the services of Chuck -Klein and                                                                                 l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       will gather here Septembed 30 at
                                                                                                                 school room of the church. The sup and South Amboy.                                                   Lefty O'Doul, of the Philadelphia Na-                                                            the Ohio State University for the
                                   of kiddie* in this section great many lemurs, u dozen or more per will be especially prepared t<                               At the regular assembly session tionals, two of the outstanding slug- Food Sale Tomorrow                                                              third annual "Freshman Week" to ,
                              aware that there is a full-            zebras a tiger, a leopard, several                                                       yesterday, cheer practice was con-
                                                                     specimens of the African antelope duplicate the, old time harvest homi ducted; with Gurt Armour and Ann                                           gers in the National League. Klein                             In Washington Avenue get pointers on higher education. „
                             2uo rlgh in Woodbridge with                                                                                                                                                               has collected over forty' homers to                                                                 Tkey will be welcomed by univers-
                                                                     known as the gnu, several varieties of spread. Accomodations will be mad Rosenblum in charge.
                            i < f $10,000 worth of animals,
                               >                                                                                 for a large patronage.                                                                                date, and may establish a new Na- The Mother-Teachers' Association ity officials, taken on a tour of the
                              zoo is her* and here to stay.          deer.                                                                                        Plans are under way for the for-tional League record for home runs of the First Presbyterian church will campus, undergo certain examina-^
           Hill t h e
           v                                                            Cassowaries and emus, large birds                                                     mution of a Glee Club by Miss Gene- _before the season is over.                                                condiict a food sale tomorrow. (Sat-
              "\ .'till better news for the kiddies from Australia, akin to the OBtrich,                                                                                                                                                                                     urday) from 11:30 to 3 p. m. in thetions and get helpful hints on how
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                 ""-fact that m y special and rea- herons and other large birds of the Roosevelt Republican Club                                              vieve Kraemer, director of music at                          The folluwincr players may partici- store at 64 Washington avenue, next to study and how to get the moat out
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               •l'" ' ' rates ate made for children. wading type. There is » fine selection                            To Meet Wednesday Night                 the Carteret high school.                               pate in the 1929 "Little World Ser- door to Weis's fancy grocery. All of a university education.
                                                                                                                                                                  The, General Orguniiation now em-                                                                                                                         The class includes Alexander Ro-
                 ' " 'hi'y are admitted free in claw- of the larger species of snakes in-                            A regular meeting of the Roosevelt braces nearly every student yn the ies" af Middlesex County; Joe Stripp, kinds of home prepared foods will be
           ll                                                                                                                                                                                                                      i R e d i h f i e i d er; Narleski,                                                   land Cawalsky, of Carteret.
               \'» nature study.                                                                                                                                                                                          n
                                                                     cluding rock pythons and Mexican Republican Club will be held Wed- high school. Only twenty-one oui oi c i _c,i n n a t t,., c..':..fi..i»i«». nonmoima on sale at reasonable prices.
            . l!:lr '.»o is the proj                                                                                                                                                                                   Boston D
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       D     4  Red Sox infielder;              j
                                                      of Chap- bull snake*. Tnore is one medium su- nesday evening in the club head- approximately three hundred students Pittsburg Pirate catcher; Ownie Car-
            t i '"' /-oologk«l Animal                  Corpora ed and very gentle elephant thut de- quarters ut 21 Washington avenue. haven't «s yet joined the G. O. About
            I, "••:i" "rganlMtipn that has been In lighta in giving the little folks a ride BecauBt! the campaign is approaching 280 are G. O. members.                                                                roll, Detroit Tigers pitcher; Haas,
             I,;, "'I'* more than fifty yews. The                       ThH Chapman concern is in r<"""" there will be many matters of in-
             I,'"''"•>* started In England, arid has a clearing house for animals, The terest discussed. All who are inter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Philadelphia Athletic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Rube Walberg, Philadelphia Athletics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       pitcher; Jimmy FQXX, Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             outfielder;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  To The People^ Of Carteret
                         '" variou* locations In this coun- main business of the company IH to ested are welcome to attend. Re-                                           Sauerkraut Supper
                                                                                                                                                                  The Ladies' Aid Society of the Athletic first baseman.
                 - Aii«.ut three week* ago the com-                   secure animals in their native jungles freshments will be served after the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Owing to the cost in securing In-                     It is About Time for the People of Carteret to
                     J iL'a^ th* Jacfcmn farrn \n j^ke in Africa, Australia, AaUl and other meeting.                                                    t* German Lutheran Churche will ahold a ternational League stars, the admis-
                                                                                                                                                                sauerkraursupper in the « n , n Lu-
             . » > near the Rahway line. The
                         "•                                           distant lands and bring them here
             I, '""I been located in Kennilworth. where they are retained until they C. D. A. Card Party
                                                                                                                                                                theran hall on October 24 from 6 to sion for the second same will be plac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ed at 75 cents, "(lie. promoters are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "WAKE UP"
                    *•"• moved to the Woodbridge lo- become acclimated. Then they are                                           Draws Large Crowd 8 p. m.                                                           1 frying to get Chuck Salodore, um-
             uil;i,          wher
                                   « the company plant to (old to zuoa and circuses.                                                                                                                                                                                              and realize the fact that Cheap John's General Store
                                                                          The company does not handle                 Court Fidelia 636, Catholic Daugh- It U Ju»t A* Important To pire for the Newark Bears, to offi-
                                                                                                                   ters of America, hold a largely at-                                                                  ciate in the Oarteret-Amboy series.                          Always gives to its customers the Best Quality
                              "Uection include* animals not many of the larger cuts on.account tended card party last night in St.                                   Select Your Druggwt A*                             Chuck officiated in Amboy jn former
                   ";ilk
                               found in captivity in this             of th danger and terror caused by
                                                                      of the       g                tb                                                                    You Would Your                                years.                                                                      of Service and Low Prices
                               except U} » w u tprtltutian* as th«9e vieiouu brute*
                                     p *,ti$h institution* u                                           *y es- Joseph's school hall. Many attractive
                                                                             The tiger and the lwpard ar« prtees were awarded. Mw. Christina                                      Phy*i«ian
                                  Park Zoo. There |s, for In- cape. Th ti                 d
                                                                                                                   Sheim was chairman of the commit-
                               V P"l* of kangaroos, full the only big c«ts in the collection at tee on arrangement*. The other mem-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Seaman Break* Leg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Cheap John's General Store
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                                                                      present.

                                                                k pany pl«n* to develop *•'
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                                                                                                                             the committee were: Mrs.
                                                                          The location leoed in Woodbridge bers ofCurrie, Mr». Harry Gleckner,
                                                                                                                   Thomas
                                 o g - h e ^ Brtufcgy, t h 8 £ na- contain* several acre* a«d the com- Mrs. Thomas Jakeway, Mrs- Madeline
                                                                                                                   Wilhelm. « w . P. X. Koepfler and Mis*
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