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									 [Vol. 53, No. 5 ]
                                                                                    Th                                                                 [Januar
                                                                                                                                                            ary      31, 1941

 FOUNDED           1888 . . . - P u b l i s h e d every F j R l M Y a t MILLBURN,NJ. FIVE CENTS

1 941 Tax                                                                    Governor                                                                  Register For
Rate 3.57?                                                                   Names Colie                                                               School Vote
   A handful of residents braved                                                Frederic R. Colie of 51 Wood-                                             Millbum's school election will
Monday night's storm to gain a                                               crest avenue, Millburn, a prom-                                           be held Tuesday, February 11
prevue of the 1941 Township                                                  inent Newark lawyer and for-                                              from 5 to 8 P. M. To vote resi-
budget Estimated tax rate is                                                 mer member of the Millburn                                                dents must be permanently
3.57 as against last year's 3X1                                              Board of Education was ap-                                                registered as this law is now In
but still in the 3.50 bracket.                                               pointed Monday to the New Jer-                                            effect here,
                                                                             sey Supreme Court by Governor                                                Newcomers or voters now so
Committeeman Moore acted as                                                  Edison to succeed Justice
interpreter.                                                                                                                                           registered will still be able to
                                                                             Thomas W. Trenchard who re-                                               qualify by appearing before
    Total to be raised by tax for                                            tired last week.                                                          Mabel Goff Deemer at Town
local purposes is estimated at                                                  The appointment is for the                                             Hall at any time before Friday,
$301,139.93 as contrasted with                                               duration of Justice Trenchard'H                                           February 7 at 5 P. M. Mrs. Deem-
last year's total estimate of                                                term which would have expired                                             er is designated to make the
$349,710.28. To this figure must                                             January 20, 1942 and it is ex-                                            necessary registration for bal-
be added school levies and also                                              pected Mr. Colie will be . ap-                                            loting.
state and county. The grand             SIMON BARER, noted Russian           pointed for the full seven year                                               Aside from a rumor that
total is $1,261,359.30 less ex-       pianist who will make his first        term after that date.                                                     Knollwood Association Council
pected delinquent tax payments        Newark appearance in the Mas-             Mr. Colie's appointment came                                           has come out in favor of Messrs.
of $85,000, and $167,572 in anti-     ter Piano Series of the. Griffith      as a surprise in some quarters                                             Slayton, Mulcahy and Landa
cipated revenue, this latter in-      Music Foundation on Wednes-            although Governor Edison had                                               there are no new evidences of
cluding $46,000 from the cash         day evening, February 5 at the         stated in his inaugural address                                           support or endorsements. Glen-
surplus of $126,654.                  Mosque Theatre.                         that he would appoint oiily men                                          wood has taken no action it is
    The value of a cash surplus is                                            of the. highest legal ability and                                         said, and the same applies to
here disclosed it having been                                                 reputation, and the present ap-       FREDERICK R. COLIE, attor-          Cross Roads etc.
tapped for $20,000 last year also                                             pointment falls in line with that   ney and Township resident ap-          . Friends of all of the several
and being still $80,000 after this    Snow Causes                             statement as. Mr. Colie had been    pointed to Supreme Court bench       candidates are active in cam-
year's transfer.                                                              a leading member of the bar in      by Governor Edison.                  paigning and despite endorse-
    Small variations appear in de-    No Inconvenience                        fighting political appointments,
                                                                             notably that of Frank Hague Jr.
                                                                                                                                                       ments, the outcome is held full
                                                                                                                                                       of possible surprises. The num-
partmental appropriations but            Township residents did not              Mr. Colie was born in East                                            ber of split ballots that can be
some new and large sums make
 their appearance through the
                                      bog down in Monday's snow
                                      storm even if the road depart-         Orange in 1895 and graduated         No Glen wood                         cast when eight candidates are
compilation as $23,875 is appro-      ment did have its troubles in          from Lawrenceville School in                                              in the field, is almost limitless
priated for the capital improve-      plowing and removal. Scrapers           1914. He attended Dartmouth
                                                                             University but interrupted his
                                                                                                                  Endorsements                         and this plus possible bullet vot-
                                                                                                                                                       ing, might produce any one of a
ment fund in accordance with          were out early and they kept go-
the recently adopted capital          ing throughout the night cov-          education there to serve with           The regular meeting of the        number of successful combina-
budget. This may be utilized if       ering miles of highway in all           an American Ambulance organi-       Glenwood Association's Execu-        tions.
the improvements are begun            sections.                              zation in France during the war.     tive .Board was held last Mon-          The Item last week outlined
and some of the money may                                                      • Following his return he at-      day evening. The Board received      the background and qualifica-
                                         Some complaint as to delayed        tended New'York University Law       with sincere regret the resigna-     tion of four of the candidates.
eventually be recaptured when         removal was heard and The
they are completed, especially                                               School and New Jersey Law            tion of Irving M. Plant as Chair-    This week the remaining four
                                      Item was advised a civil service       School, was admitted to the New      man, he having moved to Ridge-       are dissected for reader and
where they are local in nature        ruling that no alien residents
and chargeable back to proper-                                               Jersey bar in 1922 and became        wood. By a unanimous vote F.         voter information.
                                      could be employed for any public       a counselor in 1925.                 H. Chase, Wellington avenue
ty owners. A further reserve set      work, presented the use of such                                                                                    G. Noyes Slayton would hard-
up is $5,220 to cover possible                                                   He is a member of the Essex      West, was named Chairman to
                                      men as shovelers.                       County, State and American Bar      serve out Mr. Plant's unexpired      ly seem to require an introduc-
shrinkage of improvement as-             It is from among these that                                                                                   tion to Township residents he
sessment collections.                                                        Associations.                        term.
                                      street cleaners have been re-                                                                                    having taken a prominent part
    Last year franchise and gross     cruited for emergency work in                           •                      The Board after discussion de-    in community life for the past
receipts taxes dented the town's      the past and inability to make                                              cided not to endorse any of the      24 years.
 financial structure when pay-        use of them curtailed available        Auto Accident                        various candidates standing for
                                                                                                                  election to the Board of Educa-         As has been previously stated
ments fell $30,000 short of ex-
pectations. To offset this while          Private driveways and garage       Costs Man 9s Eye                     tion, but instead, to. send out a
                                                                                                                  letter to the members of the as-
                                                                                                                                                       he has been a Board of Educa-
                                                                                                                                                       tion member for the past 15
no bookkeeping entries are made,       trials were the major motor                                                                                     years and in this time he has
                                      hazard.                                   Donald S. Fuller, 20 of, 16       sociation setting forth the quali-
 a figure $25,500 short of amounts                                                                                fications of the candidates for      served on every board commit-
 actually accruing has been set                        •                     Courter avenue, Maplewood, had                                            tee and been chairman of all
                                                                             his eye removed as the result of     the office. Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
 up as a base.                           JOSEPH WEITZENBERG, a                                                    Campbell, Wellington and Glen-       but one. He is how board presi-
    For the layman the committee      sophomore at San Jose State            an automobile accident early                                              dent.
                                                                             Friday morning as he lost con-       wood drive, were elected to
 this year expects delinquent tax     College, was recently initiated                                             membership in the association.         In Wyoming he has served the
 revenue and miscellaneous in-        into Gamma Phi Sigma, campus           trol of the. car he was driving on                                        Wyoming Club as president and
 come to shrink $8,000 over 1940.     social fraternity. Weitzenberg,        Brookside drive, crashed into an                     •                    the Wyoming Association as
 In addition it has created two       who was graduated from Mill-           electric pole and continued on         ST. ROSE OF LIMA'S Ladies'         both president and secretary.
                                      burn high school in 1939, par-         into one of the small ponds in       Auxiliary will hold its annual       He has also served the Wyoming
 new reserves totaling $29,000                                               South Mountain Reservation.          monthly luncheon meeting at
 and the school budget will add       ticipated in football, hockey and                                                                                church as president of the
                                      track as well as in Hi-Y activi-          Fuller was found in a dazed       William Pitt Tavern, Chatham,        board of trustees.
 $4,000 roughly to this, or $41,000                                                                               on Monday, February 3. At that
 total. To meet this budget in-       ties while there. Weitzenberg,         condition by Officer Tracy                                                   Judge Slayton is a past presi-
                                      formerly of Wyoming section            after a resident in the vi-          time plans will be completed for     dent of Millburn Republican
 crease the surplus account is be-                                           cinity heard his cries for help      the coming Valentine Card
 ing hit $26,000 more than last       and now living in Los Altos,                                                                                     Club and in 1923 he was chair-
                                      California, is majoring in busi-       and notified police. Tracy drove     Party and Dance to be given in       man of the committee drafting
 year and about $15,000 will be                                              Fuller to the office of Dr. Pas-     the school auditorium Saturday,
 raised by new taxation as re-        ness subjects at San Jose.                                                                                           (Continued on Page Two)
                                                       •                     quale Dante where he received        February 15.                                        •
 flected in the higher rate. Town-                                           emergency treatment and later
 ship purposes and services will        PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and                                                                    *                  Lincoln Zephyr 1939 Sedan
                                      complete secretarial s e r v i c e .   to Overlook Hospital, while Of-                                         Still the 1941 Style Leader •
 in other words consume just                                                 ficer Wolf located the car in          RUBBER STAMPS — Prompt
.bout the 1940 proportion of the      Marion M. Copcutt, Chatham                                                  service, low prices. Item Office,   Specially priced @ $595.00 ,
                                                                             the reservoir and reconstructed                                        Mackenzie Motor Car Compati,
t a x dollar aside from, reserves     road, Short Hills. Short Hills 7-      the accident.
                                      3044. — Adv.
                                                                                                                  249 Main Street, Millburn.—Adv.
 which v& s e t ^
              2]                                                                          The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM                                                                    [January 31, 1941 ]
                                                                                                     gree from Yankton College in
 Register For                                                                                        1926, and graduated cum laude
                                                                                                     from George Washington Uni-
 School Vote                                                                                         versity (Law School), Washing-
                                                                                                     ton, D. C, in 1928 (L.L.B.).
                                                                                                                                                                                   Davenport Idea
     (•Continued from Page one)                                                                         He has been familiar with the                                                 Republican women to the
one of t h e Township's early                                                                        educational and financial prob-                                               number of 125 including nearly
zoning ordinances. He is a t p r e s -                                                               lems of schools for many years                                                a score of new members, heard
e n t m e m b e r of board of advis-                                                                 as his father, Dr. George Harri-.                                             Russell Davenport, Willkie cam-
ory trustees of Borctentown Mili-                                                                    con Durand is Vice-President of                                               paign manager in the last elec-
t a r y Academy. A practicing a t -                                                                  Yankton College and Head of its                                               tion give his views as to the fu-
torney, h i s office is in New York                                                                  English Department.                                                           ture of the Republican party at
City.                                                                                                                                                                              a session of the Independent
                                                                                                        He is vitally concerned with                                               Women's Republican Club held
     Mr. a n d Mrs. Slayton reside o n                                                               the education of the children in
 Wyoming avenue a n d have t h r e e                                                                                                                                               at the Racquets Club Monday
                                                                                                     Millburn Township as his elder                                                afternoon. Mrs. George C. Dre-
 children two of whom graduated                                                                      son attends the Short Hills pub-
 from Millburn High School. T h e                                                                                                                                                  her president, conducted the
                                                                                                     lic school and his young English                                              meeting and Donald Smith of
 t h i r d is still in school.                                                                       guest, a part of his household
     Mr. Slayton has been widely                                                                                                                                                   Montclair introduced the speak-
                                                                                                      for the duration of the war, at-                                             er.
 endorsed for re-election to t h e                                                                   tends Millburn High School.
 Board of Education support                                                                                                                                                            Mr. 'Davenport urged Willkie
 coming from organizations a n d                                                                        Mrs, Wordsworth D. Williams            Photo by Ransom Studios, Millburn    followers to work to "liberalize"
                                                        HARRISON DURAND, candi-                      is a resident of Wyoming and
 groups in Short Hills, Wyoming,                                                                                                            MRS.   LESTER CUMMINS,                  the Republican party from with-
                                                      date for Board of Education for                her candidacy is at the behest
 S o u t h Mountain,         Millburn                                                                                                     woman candidate for three year            in and to "internationalize" it
                                                      full term of three years.                      of friends who set forth her
 c e n t r e a n d the 6th district. He                                                                                                   term on Board of Education.               from without.
 a n d Mr. Mulcahy seem to be                                             •                          qualifications in education, un-                                                  "I believe that even at con-
 r u n n i n g a close I'ace in this r e - They have made Millburn Town-                             derstanding of school problems                                                 siderable risk of war we should
 spect.                                    ship their home for the past 12                           and background, A Quakeress,                                                   support the lend-lease bill for
                                           years.                                                    she is affiliated with the Society   Kiwanis Speakers                          aid to Britain," he continued.
     Robert E. Mulcahy Jr., is clos-                                                                 of Friends in Montclair.
                                              Harrison P. Durand, a candi-                                                                                                          "The President has asked for a
 ing a t h r e e year term on t h e
                                           date for the Millburn Board of                                                                   Millburn Kiwanis Club last              few more powers that he needs
                                                                                                        A graduate of Bryn Mawr Col-
 Board of Education a n d seeks
                                           Education endorsed by the                                                                      Wednesday heard Mr. Frank                 in the bill, but Congress will take
                                                                                                     lege from which she holds both
 re-election for a second term of .
                                           Short Hills Association for a                                                                  Raymond of East Orange, Mr.               care of that. We have to risk a
                                                                                                     A. B. and A. M. degrees, Mr,s.
 like duration. He is chairman of
                                           three-year term, has been a resi-                                                              Raymond is one of the outstand-           chance of war to keep from be-
                                                                                                     Williams has taught in private
 t h e committee on buildings a n d
                                           dent of Beechcroft, Shoi;t Hills                                                               ing speakers in this section. His         ing left alone in fight against
                                                                                                     and public schools prior to mak-
 grounds, one of t h e board's most
                                           since 1935. He has been active                                                                 topic concerned Kiwanis Educa-            foreign aggression."
                                                                                                     ing her home in Millburn in
 i m p o r t a n t branches,
                                           in local affairs since that time                                                               tion.
                                                                                                     1922. Among other, she taught                                                     "Members of the Republican
     Mr. Mulcahy h a s been in t h e as a former director of the Mill-                               for several years in Paterson          Birthday greetings were ex-             party should not hesitate to say
 building a n d development busi- burn              Taxpayer's Association,                          Public Schools and her qualifi-      tended to Ernest Brita and                they want to aid Britain 'in the
 ness for t h e past 16 years a n d President of the Racquets Club                                   cations include both languages       Thomas Tighe.                             name of freedom,'" he contin-
 is recognized as a specialist in 1938-1940 and former president                                     and mathematics. She is the             Kenneth McKenzie has ar-                ued, "We ought to stay out of
 h i s line. He has brought this of Short Hills - Glenwood Par-                                      mother of four children, three       ranged a very unique program               this war as long as we can, and
 knowledge to h i s committee ent-Teacher Association,                                               of whom are now in college fol-      for next Wednesday entitled,               I believe it would be strategi-
 work i n t h e acquisition a n d d e -                                                              lowing graduation from the           "Know Your Money!" Mr. H.                  cally bad to go in now, but the
                                              Admitted to the New York bar
 velopment of school a n d play                                                                      local high school, one being still   Klepp of the U. S. Secret Serv-            Republican party has to take a
                                           in 1928 and to the New Jersey
 field lands and in t h e m a i n t e n -                                                            in .school.                          ice will be the speaker.                   stand.
                                           bar in 1936, he is a practicing
 a n c e of t h e Township's $2,000,000
                                           attorney both in New York and                                Mrs. Williams is known to                           •                          Discussion followed the ad-
 i n v e s t m e n t in school buildings.
                                           New Jersey. He is a member of                             local residents through her ac-        E. BERNARD WARD, Town-                   dress.
     During h i s term of office t h e
                                           the Bar Association of the City                           tivities in behalf of the Student    ship Tax Collector, announced                               •
 Glenwood             school, t h e High
                                           of New York and a contributor                             Loan Fund, the P.-T. A., Public      this week that tomorrow, Febru-            MR. AND MRS. SMITH F .
 School a n n e x a n d t h e Wyomiritr
                                           to the Columbia Law Review, is-                           Library, Girl Scouts and the         ary 1 is the date on which first          FERGUSON, of Short Hills are
 play field have been finished
                                           sue of February, 1941.                                    Community Coun&il of which           quarter taxes are due. The tax            among arrivals at The Carolina,
 a n d it is pointed out t h a t " e x -
                                            • Born in South Dakota in 1903,                          she is now secretary.                office will be open until noon.           Pinehurst, North Carolina.
 t r a s " o n t h e Glenwood school
                                           Mr. Durand received his educa-
 building amounted to less t h a n
 $300, on construction r u n n i n g
                                           tion in the public schools of
                                           Boston, Oberlin and Yankton,                                                                                                                                             '•
 over $100,000.
                                           South Dakota. He graduated
     T h r e e years ago Mr. Mulcahy from Yankton High School in                                        * 7th ANNIVERSARY SALE *
 r a n w i t h o u t endorsement.      I n 1922, received his bachelor's de-
  1941 h e h a s t h e endorsement of
; S h o r t Hills Association, Wyo-
  m i n g Association a n d of a c o m -                   Ift
                                                                                                        HIGHLAND CLAN SCOTCH                                                                5*
                                                                                                      I Distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland. All 12 years old. Pinch bottle.
  m i t t e e of representative S o u t h
  M o u n t a i n residents.
     W i t h h i s wife a n d two sons
  b o t h of pre-school age h e r e -
  sides a t 64 Short Hills avenue.
                                                                                                        GSLMORE THOMPSON SCOTCH
                                                                                                       Also a 100'/,. imported Scotch, all 8 years old. A.real value.
                                                                                                                                                                                            t             2.59 i
                                                                                                        Mallory Rye & Tom Moore Bourbon it                                                                1 .95
                                                                               UIZ                   jBoth packages are 4 years old, 100 proof and bottled-in-bond. We recommend
                                                                                                     |j these whiskies. They are mellow and palateable.

                                                                       Which piano is used ex-
                                                               1 } clusively on NBC, CBS,
                                                                                                        PAUL WAESE RYE                                           B                           g            1 -59
                                                               | | a n d M B C New York
                                                                                                      I This is our own package, put up for us by one of America's finest distillers. It is a
                                                               iff stations? The Steinway,
                                                                                                      ^3-year-old straight Maryland rye. 90 proof.
                                                                l | l Four stations in New
                                                               I k York City alone hare
                                                               JL bought 85 Steinwaysl                   HAVANA CLUBRUM                                                                       5 th        2-69
                                                                          Why? The Steinway is        j'This is as fine a Cuban rum,as money <ean'<buy;:,White or gold.
                                                                       the best andthecheapest.

              CAR WASHING!
       ' Y o u protect th'e Surface
                                                              •P         Cheapest? Yes, in the
                                                                      long run. A Steinvtoy is
                                                             I k always a fine piano!
                                                             Ifc         A l l that radio stations
                                                                                                        Ruffiho Italian Vermout|i ij^.org]
                                                                                                      [.Priced so low,that,we could not replace;it,ourselves;-aft thg-.eame price.
                                                                                                                                                                                         3° oz.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          98 cl
      of your car by keeping it :                                    demand of a Steinway,
     "clean,      ';il    ' m ' : '"'
                                                                     your Steinway will giva
                                                                    you—durability, superb              HOLLOWAY'S GIN                                                                     14.
         pur . a u t o  iaundpy                                     tone, fast action. Prices        \^A Canada Dry Product, ,90.proof. lpb% iVmericah grain spirits. An excellent a l l - .
     .•washes ypur. c a r carefully,                                from $4951                       Hpurpose gin.    ''•                '".','''  '. . ' , ' , ' . ' '__  ___^
      a n d , thoroughly for just                                                                    i i j Lest you forget! We are sole agents-irii Millb.ur.n, for Bellow's and Co., also-such exclusive f<
                        MONDAY THRU:                                                                 i     whiskies,as Brown Fiorman's 1870,,Hiram Walker's Caravan, the complete Barclay line, and
   69c                     FIMDAV ,                                                                  •     many other famous brands.     'niter,    |!
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         ., Drive: •' i n • :today '••.-— ) o n e '
                                                                                                                                   illburn LiquorShop
         hour/service, for business
         men,.. in our < eonveMently;
         locntad service station^ ;
                                                                   PIANO CO.
                                                                 605 Broad Street
                                                                                                         Seventh                                                                                      Seventh
                                                                     XKWAKK. N," J.
               Service Station' ::: '•';
           Morris ' fe Meisei Aves.,:
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                                                                                                                                                                            to be satisfied liy said sale is the sura o£
                                                                                                                                       IMGAL      NOTICJB                   Twelve Thousand One Hundred Foi-ty-two

   Leaders at AT. J. Bankers Defense Credit                                  Captain and Mrs.                                    . •     (Chancery D-4B8)
                                                                                                                        HJIUNMFF'S SALK—in Chunuury of NuW
                                                                                                                                                                            Dollars and Twenty-two •Cants (512,142.32).
                                                                                                                                                                            Uifjether with the coats of this sale.
                                                                                                                                                                              Newark, N. J., Jimuury, 1011.
                                                                                                                            Jisruuy. BiitwcL*n. The Home Owners'                       ITBNRy YOUNG JR., ShurifC.
     Conference This Week at Princeton                                       Pearce To Move                             Xjuan Corporation, a (.'tH'pnniUoii, cum-
                                                                                                                        plairiiint, urul Cheater W, Kothfus.s, ft. tils.,
                                                                                                                        (.li3j'inuUnU9- l-'i. fa., fov n:iU: i £ mintstaged
                                                                                                                                                                            Julm H. Yauch, Jr., Sol'r.
                                                                                                                                                                            Jan. 31, Fub. 7. U , 21

                                                                                Captain and Mrs. John E.                     liy vJri uo ot! tho tibuvc uttitoil writ of
                                                                                                                        fieri faciuH. to mo (l'lraotycl. X shall (JXIJOBO
                                                                             Pearce oJ: Colonial way, are be-           fur snlo by tmblits voniluo, tit tho Court
                                                                             ing honored with a whirl, of               Hiiiis-i?, In Newark, on Tuesday, the twen-
                                                                                                                        ty-fil'th Guy nl I>Vbr«ai'.v, next, a t two
                                                                             parties by their neighbors. The            (j'HiR'k r , M., all tluj falluwlnir tract or
                                                                                                                        ptii'tful of lunrl mid iiioinlaus HfrruinuCtoi'
                                                                             Pearces, will move about March             juii'tlcu'ui'ly ("[''Ki'vlln-Mi, wlluaLe, lyOns and
                                                                                                              'hiB In U > 'Puwna-hln ni' MUUuirn. BHBQX
                                                                             1st to Alexandria, Va,, Captain            CuutUy, Now jBrsey.
                                                                                                                             lk'KlnnitiK nt a point In the Westerly
                                                                             Pearce being attached to the               lints uC Won.lhmd Hem it wliich point in
                                                                                                                        ri'Mtnnt northerly fifty-nlnu (nil) feet from
                                                                             Engineers at Fort BeMor. Last              tha Intersection oC the suitl WoHtorly lim*
                                                                                                                        of Woodland liimtl wilh tin? INuriherty lino
                                                                             Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon              «f Mi'a.lnwbnu'U liuml; theiiui-' (I) North
                                                                             V. Oldham gave a buffet-supper             olKhty (UiKrueH thlrty-BKven minutes three
                                                                                                                         Ht'tTumla Wmt parallel with M«adww-                         MODERNIZE YOUR
                                                                             for sixteen. Guests included Mr.            hronlc ltntKi onu hundrfifl twenty (120)
                                                                                                                         I'tH't; thence Nurth iMfjlit. dQsri't'B nine mln-               BATHROOM
                                                                             and Mrs. Rogers Terrill, Mr. and            nti!H five Heeuntia east iiarallul with
                                                                                                                         Wondlahd llomi fifty (50) foots thence (3)               At Our Low—Estimate Prices
                                                                             Ms. Leslie E, Schroeder, Mr. and            Snuiili uJtrhty OuR;retjH thirty-M^VHn mtnutaa
                                                                             Mrs. Ashby Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                             Sherwood Slaight, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                         thfi'u sootmUs cuiHt purjilk-l with' Moiirtow-
                                                                                                                         brtiuk Uutitl oni? imiKlriMt twenty (1.20J foot
                                                                                                                         to the sukl Weatorly lin-* u£ WfjcnUiLntt
                                                                                                                         Itnjul; thrnou (-0 Suuth nipht cluffro«H nine
                                                                                                                                                                                  Thos. R. Douglas Co.1893
       H. DOUGLAS DAVIS                        HUGH McGEB                                                                m1nuti>s five eeeonclB West alnn^ the
                                                                             B. E, Hillbrant and Mr. and Mrs.            AVoaU'iiy line of WoodlanU llotul fifty (50)                PLUMBING - HEATING
  president, New Jersey Bankers         Vice-president, Bankers Trust                                                    fiit>t to tho iioJnt or i)hu;G of BoKhmlnff.
                                                                              Irving Mack. They were enter-                   J't'i'inSyt,';-! ulso IJO!TIW tnnninonly known as      SHEET METAL WORK
             Association                         Co., New York                                                           i! Woodlttml Utmd, MJUfouvn, N. J.                       303 Mlllhurn Ave.   Millburn G-0344
                                                                             tained by Dick, accordionist.                    The appi-uximati.' umount uf the Decree
                                                                                Today Mrs. Malcolm Rich and
                                                                             Mrs. Orr Crites will give a lunch-
                                                                              eon-bridge at the former's home
                                                                              in honor of Mrs. Pearce and on
                                                                              Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E.
                                                                                                                              SOUTH ORANGE STORAGE CORP,
                                                                              Schroeder will entertain with a                                                                         South Orange 2-4000
                                                                              cocktail party.
                                                                                 On February 8th, Mr. and Mrs.                                                              S,    Dependable . Storage,
                                                                              Rogers Terrill will give a com-
                                                                              bination cocktail party and                                                                             Moving, Shipping,
                                                                              housewarming for fortyi Cap-                                                                                       Packing-, Rug
                                                                              tain Pearce having designed the                                                                                      Cleaning,
                                                                              new Terrill home.                                                                                                    New Rugs
                                                                                        DB flISO. A. KAEGI
                                                                                      C II I B O P O D I S T
                                                                               Announces thnt lie, Img Ulu'ii over Mm
    DR. E. W. KEMMERER                      **"" OViO LORENZ                   unictice of
  Princeton University Monetary        Small Loan It Executive,              DR. ti, B. BUJSWOH-TH
                                       '..:c\r          York                            an IMiEHmrii Avenue,
            Authority                                                                      lUlllburn, N. 3.
                                                                                 Hours by Appointment MI fl-OKil                      \
                                                            •      • NEVINS INDIAN RIVER

                     Owned and Operated fay
                A New Jersey Institution Since 1864


      PORK LOINS            WHOLE or
                           EITHER HALF



     DUCKLING                     SIZES TO

                                                                       3      JUMBO A A
                                                                                SIZE | £ } l

                                                                    FLORIDA EXTRA LARGE SIZE
      ROUND ROAST BEEF                                -33c
                                                                    ORANGES                    13' 25c
      IDEAL BRAND OVEN-TENDERED                                     CLEAN & TENDER
     SMOKED HAM f £ H 2 5 '
               BEST CENTER SLICES . . . Ib. 39c
                                                                    SAVOY SPINACH
                                                                                               Bi c
                                                                    CARROTS                            4 c
                                                                    CRISP BLEACHED
                                                                                                                                 ¥eali, a plow's great for
    GIANT PEAS                                   17-oz.
                                                  can               CELERY HEARTS                    ^8 c
                                                                                                                                 turning over a furrow * <*M
                                                                    CANADIAN RUTABAGA

    THE FAMOUS 1 0 0 % PURE IDEAL BRAND                             TURNIPS                                                      And customers are great for turning over a merchant's

                        GRAPE JELLY                                 Armour C. B. Hash . can I J v

                                                                    Heinz Ketchup .
                                                                    Armour Treet . . " J 2 5 c
                                                      T-lb. jars    Armour Dainty Spread eon 1 0 c                               The farmer needs the pulling- power of a pair of prize
                                                                    SAUSAGE A vtt R ./•.«•. 1 0 c                                percherons to pull his plow . ; , and the Millburn merchant

                                                      25<           Krispy Crackers SUNSHINEPkg. 1 6 c
                                                                    White Corn Meal VIRGINIA pkg. 1 O c
                                                                                                                                 needs the pulling power of the MILLBURN & SHORT
                                                                                                                                 KILLS ITEM to draw customers to his store.
                             ARMOUR'S                               Babo Cleaner . . • can 1 2 c
      CORNED BEEF                                     '2T17'        Babbitt's Cleanser . . can 5 c
                                         DeliveiiT^ervice — "Ci
           4]                                                            The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                              [January 31, 1941 ]

                                                                                                                             gustus, Frederic Jr., Vernon and            ranged in cooperation with the
                y Samuel                                                             Safety Group                            Grenville of Portland, Ore., and            Griffith Music Foundation, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                         Henry E. Taylor of Short Hills is
                                                                                                                             Harry, all of Short Hills and
                                                                                                                             a daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wenz of              on the committee.
                                                                                     Reviews Records                         Millburn.
                                                                                                                                             •                             Newark Amusements
                                                                                         A summary of automobile ac-           NEW JERSEY College for
                                                                                     cidents of 1940 was submitted to                                                      NOTHING CUT BUT THE PRICE!
                    Her Diary                                                        the Millburn Safety Committee
                                                                                                                             Women graduates from eighteen
                                                                                                                             communities in Essex County
                                                                                     at its January meeting. The year        have been named to the com-                     Come anytime bet. 9 A. M. and
                       1 9 4 1                                                       showed an increasy in acci-             mittee in charge of arrange-                    9 P.M. and see complete show!
                                                                                     dents over 1939. There were two
        JANUARY 27 — To reading
   that. Governor Edison does fol-
                                                                                     fatalities during the past year
                                                                                     as compared with none for the
                                                                                                                             ments for the All-Alumnae
                                                                                                                             Benefit. The artist will be Mar-                mm WITH
   low in the footsteps of his il-
   lustrious father, and he discov-
                                                                                     previous year. One of these was
                                                                                     at a stop street intersection —
                                                                                                                             ian Anderson and she will ap-
                                                                                                                             pear April 14 at the Mosque The-
                                                                                                                             atre, Newark at an event ar-
                                                                                                                                                                             THEE WIND
   ering the light of one Frederic                                                   Old Short Hills road and South                                                           CONTINUOUS SHOWINGS!
   Colie which he had hidden un-                                                     Orange avenue. It is apparent
   der, a bushel which pleases me                                                    the committee finds that if the                                                                              "
                                                                                                                                                                              MATINEES 4 0 * ! £ 25c "   INCLUDING
  mightly. It is said that Mr. Co-                                                   stop street sign had been ob-                                                            NIGHTS 55*                    TAX

   lie's avocation is ornothology                                                    served that the accident could
   which does give me pause when                                                     not have been as serious as it
   I do think on the bird-life of                                                    was.
   Trenton, it being made up of MRS. ROBERT E. GREENE,                                   The second fatal accident was                                                          Newark — Starts Feb. 6
   lame ducks and stool pigeons formerly Miss Louise Richards on Parsonage Hill road near the
 -that float in the gravy boat of of Wyoming.                                         pumping station. It occurred on
    our capitol. A combination of                                                     a rainy night at a curve in the
    smart lawyer and ornothologist                                                    road. The only occupant of the
    wouldn't make them mighty un-                                                     car was killed.                              MOSQUE THEATER, 1020 BROAD ST., NEWARK, N . J ;
    happy. Never let it be said that
    there ain't not Justice in Mill-       Society                                       There were 62 accidents in
                                                                                      1940 resulting in injuries as com-               Tuesday evening, February 11—-8:40
    burn !                                 On Tuesday Mrs. H. F. Buhl pared with 49 for the previous
        JANUARY 28 — This day to        of Great Hills road gave a sur- year — an increase of over
                                                                                      twenty-five percent. Many of
                                                                                                                                    BOSTON SYMPHONY
    New York town, there to wading prise luncheon in honor of Mrs. the injuries were of a serious
    about in such slush and dirt as     Peter Diamandis, who will sail
                                                                                      nature. The property damage
    was not to be seen in the sub- in February for a vacation in accidents increased from 78 for
                                        Nassau. Others present were
    urbs, and so to thinking on the Mrs. John J. Bird and Mrs.                        1939 to 117 for 1940 or 50 per-                 DR. SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY
    incongruity of snow in New York, Robert Tyriver of Short Hills and cent. A preliminary inspection                                                           CONDUCTOR
    it belonging not to towering Mrs. Homer Wright of Millburn. of the data indicates that driv-                                  All Seats Reserved—*1.10-*l.65-*2.20-*3.30 (tax included)
    buildings and crowded streets                             *                       ers of the cars involved in ac-                  Tickets on sale Griffith Music Foundation, Suite 200, Griffith Bldg.
    where it be dirtied as it falls and    A week-end in Atlantic City cidents are adult males.                                        605 Broad St., Newark, N. J.            Telephone MArket 3-5886
    shattered by the impersonal ended Monday for Mr. and Mrs. The Junior League project of
h wheels of taxi-cabs, carrying                                                       procuring an ambulance for
    New Yorkers home, lest they gfit Fred Herrigel Jr., and JohnJohn Millburn was discussed. The
                                        of Pine terrace, West.                has
    their feet wet.
                                        resumed his studies at Colgate committee members were all in
         January 29 — Up this morn- University.                                       favor and unanimously voted to
    ing, after spending a nuit                                                        go on record as expressing
                                           A month in the South was
    blanche in the home of a well concluded on Friday by Mr. and hearty approval of and support
    meaning friend who does have Mrs. Graham Holly of Baltusrol to the project.                                                                                              YOU GET EXTRA
    one of those abominations before way. They visited Mrs. Holly's
    Morpheus that does masquerade sister, Mrs. L. G. Hoxton in
     as an uncomfortable davenport Charlottesville, Va., and her Mrs. Florence Smith
     by day, and two even more un- niece, Mrs. Walter Bond of New
                                                                                                                                                                             VITAMIN B. IN
     comfortable beds by night. Not Orleans, La.                                         Funeral services for Mrs. Flor-
    only this, but one of her proud-
    est possessions be a Grand-
                                                                                      ence M. Smith, 66, wife of Fred-
                                           Peter Straub, son of Mr. and eric L. Smith of Canoe Brook                                                                         HITTER'S BREAD
    fathers Clock which hasn't Mrs. O. T. Straub, of 33 Oakdale road, Short Hills, were held
    missed an hour or a half hour avenue entertained at a birth- Wednesday at 2 P. M. at Young's                                     Here's big, important news for you and your family.
    for over a hundred years. Last day party at his home yester- Funeral Home, 149 Main street,                                  Ritter's Bread now contains extra amounts of Vitamin Bl.
                                                                                                                                 This delicious, wholesome loaf has been greatly improved in
    night was no exception. By the day. Guests included Peggy Os- Millburn. Mrs. Smith died Sun-                                 nutritive value by increasing its Vitamin Bl content without
 . time three o'clock had been her- mer, Joan Fogerty, Gayle Straub, day at Overlook Hospital, Sum-                              in any way changing its tempting, appetizing flavor or ap-
    alded in ringing tones, I did give Martha Jean Baker, David mit, after a long illness. Burial                                pearance.
    up the thought of sleep, I being Drum, Donald Arner, James "Van was in Hilltop Cemetery, Mend-                                    Adequate Vitamin Bl is,needed in the diet for proper
    mighty annoyed, not only with Houtcn and David Wouters.                           ham. She was born in Newark,               digestion, good appetite and efficient assimilation of starches
    the bed, but with mine hostess'                           *                        daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George           and sugars. Children require adequate amounts for proper
    grandfather!                           Millburn Sunshine Society will Major and lived in Short Hills                         growth. Very few foods contain Vitamin Bl in abundance-
                                        meet at the home of Mrs. George 10 years. Before that she resided                        many lack it entirely. The body does not store this vitamin
      :                                                                                                                          to any extent, and much of it is lost in cooking. So it is a wise
     : JANUARY 30 — Mayhap I be Hall              of 33 Linden avenue, in Millburn 30 years. She and                             precaution to get Vitamin Bl every day. Now you can do so
    wrong ,but it does strike me as Springfield, on February 13. At her husband celebrated their                                 easily and in a most delightful way—by serving Ritter's
    somat strange that the State the last meeting the drawing 50th wedding anniversary last                                      Vitamin Bl Bread. It contains approximately 450 Interna-
    Controller should be one whofor the quilt was held. Miss Mur- July.                                                          tional units of Vitamin Bl per pound, or as much as sup-
                                                                                                                                 plied by a loaf made with average 100% whole wheat flour.
    calls himself Naughtright.          iel Newton of Arlington was the Mrs. Smith was a member of
                                        winner. Proceeds from the draw-                                                               We hope you will try Ritter's Vitamin Bl Bread, for we
         JANUARY 31 — To starting ing which will go toward pur- the auxiliary of Marcus Ward                                     believe it is a splendid contribution to the health and well-
    from our mountain fastness, be- chase of a new wheelchair Post, G. A. R. of Newark. Be-                                      being of your family. Why not buy a loaf today?
    ing mighty thankful for chains, amounted to over $50.                              sides her husband she is sur-
                                                                                       vived by six sons, Oscar, Au-

                                                                                                                                      RITTER'S BAKERY
    there being snow and ice still
    covering our hill. I did feel                             •
    mighty silly, howsomever, clank-        ROSS BARNES, son of Mr. and                           FREE PARKING
    ing along South Orange avenue
    which be clear as a billiard table.
                                         Mrs. Shepard Barnes of Mont-
                                         view avenue, Short Hills, has                   MILLBURN                 MILLBURN
                                                                                                                   6-08O0        57 Main Street                                               Millburn 6-0414
    This time, however, pride will       been elected to The1 Choate                     Matinee Mario a t 1:301 Kviiniiiiw at
                                                                                             7:15; Saturday and HundnyH
    not goeth before a slid into the Press Club. Ross is a member of                             at 1 P . M. Continuous
     ditch which is what did happen the senior class, is Editor of The                              Now Playing
     the last time I did become self- Choate News, a member of the
     conscious as to chains. And so to   soccer team, and also on the Fri. Sat. Jan. 31, Feb. 1
     coming home, and so to sliding second baseball team.                                            "DULCY"
     into the ditch where we did stay                                                      'THIEF OF BAGDAD"
 :                                          Advertise in tho ITJQM in order to roach
     the night.                          thtt buying public.                             Sun. Mon. Tues. Feb. 2, 3, 4
                                                                                            "SANTA FE TRAIL"
                                                                                        Errol Flynn — Olivia DoHavilland
                                                                                                  Kimiilil ILi'iiK'on
                           Open House                                                               Co-Feature
                                                                                         "SHE COULDN'T SAY NO"
                                                                                                                                                                                     Bargains also in used or dis-
                                                                                            Roper Pryor — Even Anlen                                                               continued models, all makas1.
                        Every Tuesday Afternoon
                                                                                                                                                                                  Come try them 1
                                   at                                                   Wed. Thru Sat. Feb. 5, 6, 7, 8
                           THE BLUE ATTIC                                                "LOVE THY NEIGHBOR"
                                                                                            Fred Allen — Jack Benny                                                                          REPAIRS —
                                                                                                  Mary Martin
                   Chatham Road,           Short Hills                                              — Also —                                                                                     SALES
               Tea will                        Readings in                                     "NIGHT TRAIN"
              be served                         Astrology                                         Bex Harrison

                ELEANOR PRICE, Interior Decorator                                           Special Kiddie Show,
                                                                                                                                  SLIFER TYPEWRITER CO.
                                                                                          • Saturday Mat. Only                   655 High St., cor. Kinney St.              Newark, N. J. . MA 3-2616

       Friday                            Saturday                         Sunday                       Monday                          Tuesday                Wednesday                        Thursday

                                                                           2                                                                                       5                               6
                                 '!' Ii •• M ii i>roi;ruiny Are
                                                                               STANLEY, 33 South Orange Avenue.
                                                                                  "THIRD FINQteR LEFT HAiND", Myrna Loy, Mslvyn
                                                                               DouBlas; "CHAD HANNA", Honry Fonda, Dorothy Lamour,
                                                                               TJnilii Darnell, Januiiry 3l-Fi'l)ruary Ii.
                                 a c c u r a t e at preaa
                                 tlnio — but Theatres
                                 s o m e t i m e s change                      RKO PROCTORS, 116 Market Street.
                                 their minds. '
                                                                                  Hold ever. "KITTY FOYLE", Qlnster Rogers, Dennis Moi1-
                                                                               Kan, Jiiincs Crdlg: "SAINT IN PA.LM SPRINGS", Qeorsra
  *       MILLBURN                                                             Sunilsra, Wendy Barrio, January 31-lrebruary 0.                        AMERICAN LEGION — Meets" Fourth Thursday ol each
                                                                                                                                                  month. 8 P. M., Recreation Buildinsr, Taylor Park.
       •'TII1W1'1 OF liAOliAIi". Halm. Ui'x Ingram, John Justin,               *      ELIZABETH                                                       AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY — Meets second Tues-
  Jfiii' DuproK; "DULCY", Ann Buthern, lini Hutitflr, January                                                                                     day M each month, S P. M., Recreation Building, Taylor Far.k
  Sl-l'Vlirnnry 1. "SANTA P E TRAIL", ffirrol Flyiin, Olivia                   REGENT, 39 Broad Street.                                               CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS — Meets second and fourth
  il«> lluvllliiiul. llnymunil Mttaaoyi "MIIK COULDN'T SAY NO",                                                                                   Monday of each month, 8:30 P. M., St. Rose of Lima School
  Kvn Arilnn, RIIKIT Pryor, Kclirmiry 2-\. "LOVE! THY                              "VICTORY", Betty FloW, Frederic; March, Sir Ceflric            Hall.
  NKltlUSIO'R". .limit Benny. Fred Alton, Mary Martin, Eildlo                  Harclwlelto, .Torome Co-wan, "KIT CARSON". Jon. Hall, Lynn
   AIIII'TSIHI; " I ' A I T A I N CAUTION", Victor M«itun>, IxmlHi!            Burl, January 81-February i, "COMRADE X", Ctark Gable,                 CASA COLOMBO CIVIC ASSOCIATION meets first Friday
  1'linlt, February 5-8.                                                       lU'dy Lfimarr; "NO, NO NA.NI3TTH.", Anna Neaulti, Rlch-            of each month at 7:00 o'clock P. M.
                                                                               M L CarlHon, ftolnml YDUIIK, Fcxbruary Ei-8.
                                                                                VI                                                                    FHBB AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Continental Lodge —
                                                                                                                                                  Meets second and fourth Tuesday of each month, 8 P. M.,
         MADISON                                                                                                                                  First National Bank Building.
      "HOW.N AUUKN'TTNK WAY", Unity arable, lion Ameolie,                      .RITZ, 1148 East Jersey Street.                                        ITALIAN-AMHIRICAN ASSOCIATION — Meets the first
  [lurniPii Mlrumlii, (!harl<ui« tli-wnwondi "NK1HT TRAIN",                        "SON OF MONTE CRISTO"; "DR. KILDARIfi'S CRISIS",               Tuesday of each month at 200 Main Street, Millburn, N. J.
  Mttt'gurut I.unkwi,ml, Ui'x Miii'riHitii, .Itiiiimry 31-F&bruftl'y 1.        Junuai-y Si-February 5. "HUDSON'S BAY", Paul Muni,                     JOCKEY HOLLOW FIELD TRIAL CLUB — Meets third
                                                                               Laird Creg-ar, Jurtin Button, Geno Tierney; "H'EGOND               Wednesday of each month, 8 P. M., Recreation Building,
  *       SUMMIT                                                               CHOUUS", I'uulcttB QodOartl, Fred Asttaire, Mni'sess Mere-
                                                                               dith ArLlo Shaw and I-Hs Band, February (i-8.
                                                                                                                                                  Taylor Park.
                                                                                                                                                      JUNIOR CASA COLOMBO meets eveiy second Friday of
       "TH11UJ KIM 1 Kit UflFT HAND", My rim Lay, Mitlvyn                                                                                         each month at 7:30 P. M., at 105 Main Street.
      uiilnM, .htiuiiiry 31-February 1.                                                                                                               KIWANIS CLUB — Meets at Chantioler every Wed-
                                                                                                                                                  nesday noon for luncheon and program, Henry A. Feustel.
  *       UNION                                                                                                                                   president.

      TUMI. OK THE VIGILANTISM", Knciirhot. Tmre, Mlaclm
  Auor, Andy Devlno, Hruili'rirk (Ynwl'unl, IVg^y Martin;
  •"CHJUSTMAH I T JULY", Dirk Pnwi'll, Rllcn Draw, lament
                                                                                               EVENTS *•                                              KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Meets first and third Thurs-
                                                                                                                                                  day of each month, 8:30 P. M., 328 MlUburn Avenue.
                                                                                                                                                      LADIES AUXILIARY OF CASA COLOMBO — Meets third
                                                                                                                                                  Friday of each month, 8:30 P. M. at Club House, 180 Main
  Truux, Jiinuury :i 1-Koliruiiry 1. "LONU HOME",                           "THH ADVENTURES OF A BROWNIE", cast of 16 ac-                Street, Millburn.
  Ji>hu Wiiyiif, Inn Hunter. Thotnfis Mitchell, Hurry Fltzunruld;               tors, presented by Children's Theatre of Paner Mill Play-             LADIES AUXILIARY OF ST. ROSE OF LIMA'S
   "T11H BANK DICK". W. C. Fli-liln, iTrm. Markol, Cum                          houac; aildod attraction Fourteon Puppets by Marion Blsnop,       CHURCH meets first Monday of each month at appointed
  WKhvwpcum, KiOiruary 2-1. "TIH10F OF BAC1DAD"! "IHIL-                         Saturday, February 1, at 3 P, M.                                  place lo be named at previous meeting.
  i;Y", Kubrimry ti-N,
                                                                                     SATURDAY, FEUltTTARY 15 — Chliaren's Theatre o£                  MAKONIC CLUB — Mesta the first Tuesday of each
                                                                                Papal' Mill Playhouse presents Frank and Dllz&bstli Halnes        month in the Ma-sonic Club rooms. Bank Building, Millburn.
  *        MORRISTOWN                                                           MarlfinuttoB in "Connentlfiut Yankee", at 3 P. M.                      MEN'S CLUB — St.. Stephen's Church — Meets third
                                                                                     ROBERT BURNS DINNER to raise funds ior medical                Thursday of each month — 8:15—Parish House, 135 Main
  COMMUNITY, South Street.                                                      supplies for hospital in - Scotland, preceded by services at 6     Street.
      "Vl.lUHT I'nsiMANI)", Robert Taylor, WnMor Pidstowi,                      P. M. in chapel, January 81. in Old Historic Church, Sprinff-          MILLBURN COMMUNITY COUNCIL—Meets second Wod-.
  Itulh lluxwy, Juminry 31-l»Vl>rt»iry B.                                       flelfl. N. J.                                                     nesday of June, October, December, February and April at
                                                                                                                                                  the Barberry Comer Tea Room.
                                                                                    FIRST CONCERT o£ Boston Symphony Orchestra, under
  PARK                                                                          direction of Serge Koussevltaky, Hponaorod by Griffith Music          MILLBURN REPUBLICAN CLUB — Meets the fourth
                                                                                Foundation, February 11, at Mosaue Theatre, Newark,               Thursday of each month, 8:00 P. M.
        "I'ilAD MANNA", Henry Funda, Dorothy Lamour, Linda                                                                                            MJLLBURN ROTARY CLUB — Meats a-t the ChanHcler
  lumii'll. January :il-Fubruury 1. "SON OF MONTH CRISCO",                           FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 — Meeting of International Re-            each Tuesday noon for luncheon and program. Joshua Qo-
  J.niilH Iluywaril, Joan Bennutt, Conrad Valdt, February 2-4,                  lations Department of the MillDurn Woman's Club at home           liehtly, President.
  "KL'DBON'B BAY", ruul Muni. Ialrd Creeur, John Sut-                           o," Mrs. J, Paul Anderson, Northern Drive, Short Hills, at            MJLI.BURN YOUNG MEN'S CLUB — Meets first Tues-
  ton, iJi'in- Tlorney. February &-S,                                           2:00 P. M.                                                        day of the month at Recreation House, Taylor Park,
                                                                                     SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IB — Buxton School Benefit.                   ORDER OF EASTERN STAR, Continental Chapter —
  JERSEY                                                                        Two BerHormances oil "Twelfth Nlgtit" by Chekhov The-
                                                                                atro Players at Maplewood Theatre.
                                                                                                                                                  Meets first and third Wednesday of each month, 8 P, M.,
                                                                                                                                                  First National Bank Building.
     "INVISlBItH WOMAN", Virginia Bruce, John Barrymore,                            MILLBURN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION Elea-                        ORDER OF THE AMARANTH—Meets second »nd fourth
  John Howard, Charles Rumtlos; "FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS",                           tions. Tuesday, February 11, Polls open from 6 to 9 P. M,         Thursday ot each month 8 P. M., First National Bank
  Wfiavor Broa. unil Elvlry, January 31-February 1, "CASK                       Washington School, Districts 1 and 3; South Mountain              Building.
  OP Till* BLACK PA:HIUIT", William TAmdlean, Maria Wrlx-                       School, Districts, 2, 8, and 7; Short Hills School, Hobart
  on: "YUWTICKUDAY'S HHBOHSfl", Jean Rogers, Robert                                                                                                   SOUTH MOUNTAIN CIVIC ASSOCIATION meeting third
  Klurllnif. Foluufiry 2-4.                                                     Avonua, Districts 4, 5 and 8,      •                              FrWay or each month at the Recreation Building, Taylor
                                                                                     SATURDAY, MARCH 28 — Concert by Princeton Uni-               Park, 8:30'P. M.
  *       IRVINGTON                                                             versity Qleo Club sponsored by MlUburn. Rotary Club, at
                                                                                Mllllmrn Hleh School, 8:80 P. M.
                                                                                                                                                      WASHINGTON iROCK ROD AND CHIN CLUB — Meets
                                                                                                                                                  first and third Thursday of each month, S P. M., Recreation
                                                                                                                                                  Building-, Taylor Park.
  CASTLE, 1115 Clinton Avenue.                                                      TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 — Monthly meeting- of Glen-                   WOODMEN OF THE WORLD — Meets third Thursday of
                                                                                wood Sohool P.-T. A. at 8:15 P. M. 'in Glemvood School —          each month, S P. M., First National Bank Building.
       "DISPATCH FROM REUTEHl'S", Etfward G. Robinson,                          Program, Symposium on "Health and Safety."
  Ednn Heat; "BITTBK SWEET", Jeanette MaoDonalcS, Nelson                                                                                              WYOMING Association — Council meets second Tuesday
  Kddy, Ian Huntor, Diana Lewis, January 31-February 1.                             BASKETBAU, —' Mlltbnrn Hiffh School vs. Summit at             of each month except July and August, at 8:30 P. M. In
  "THAU. OP THW VICHLANTES"; "CHRISTMAS IN JUDY",                               8 P. M. FrUday, January 31, at Summit, Millburn High              Wyoming Club House, Lindan Street, Arthur Sawyer Secre-
  FEBRUARY 2-1. "LONO VOYAOE HOME"; "NIGHT AT                                   School vs. Chatham, 3:30 P. M. W Millburn Tuesday, Febru-         tary.
  F.ATUJ CARROLL'S", Kon Murray, Rose Hobart, February                          ary 4,
  5-7.                                                                              TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 — Annual meeting of Wyo-
                                                                                ming Church \Vomen's Guild in Fellowship Hiall. Luncheon
  SANFORD, Springfield Avenue at Sanford.
  uary 31-Fi-liruary 1, "LOVE THY NEIGHBOR"! "CAPTAIN
  Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas; "CHAD HANNA", Honry.
                                                                               .sewed, at 1 P. M.
                                                                                    TUESDAY, FKBRUAB.Y 25 — Card party, sponsored by
                                                                                Guy R. Bosworth Post No. 140. The American. Lesion and
                                                                                Auxiliary, at 8 P. M. In Washington. School.
                                                                                                                                                       BARBERRY CORNER — 33 Taylor Street, Millburn (Mill-
  1''OTH1B. Dorothy Lamour, L,[nfla. Darnell, February 5-7,                                                                                        burn 6-1739) Delicious food served and charming Burrouud-
                                                                                                                                                   in^s. Luncheon 60c. Dinner 86c and $1,00, Sunday dinner
  *       ORANGE                                                                                                                                   $1.00.
                                                                                                                                                        CHARM HOUSE — 31S-B MiUburn Avenue. MlUburn
  EMBASSY, 349 Main Street.                                                                                                                                                                        •
                                                                                                                                                   (Millburn 6-1841). A charming eating place — new to Mill-
      " T R \ n . OF TITE VrOILANTES"; "THE BANK DICK",                                                                                            burn, but with a reputation already established at Summit.
  January Si-February 1. "THHBF O T BAGDAD": "DTJLCY",
                                   1                                                                                                               Luncheon from 30c. Dinner 75c, Sundays 85c. Sandwiches
  February 2-1. "PASTOR HALL", Wilfred I-awscm, Nova                                                                                               and a la carte at all hours.
  Pllbwm* Seymour Hk'ksj ••CHB.TSTMA.S IN JULY", Febru-                                                                                                THE BROOK — Route 24, Summit (Summit ij-4313).
  ary 6.T.                                                                        "WYOMING CLUB — Club dinner, second Saturday of eaob             Music by Gus Steck and hia orchestra. Luncheon 7Bc. Din-
                                                                               month at 7 P. M. Games and entertainment follow.                    ner $1,511. No cover oharge. Weekdays minimum $1.50; Sat-
  *  SOUTH ORANGE                                                                 MEN'S NIGHT1 at Wyoontne Club every Monday nteht.                urday $2.60.
                                                                               Bridge Championships, pin« pong and ottier games, 8 P. M.               CHANTICLER — MUlburn Avenue, Millburn (Millburn C-
  CAMEO                                                                            SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 — Supper Dance on Wash-                   2377).     Supper Club with a deserved following.
                                                                                                                                                   Irish and his orchestra. Dinner $1,60 up from C to 10 ana
      "THIM.!*1 OF BAGDAD"; "DULCY", January 31-ffebru-                        ington's Birthday at Wyoming Club, Linden street, Wyoming           Sundays noon to 10. Luncheons 8Bc, 12 to 3 in the Serpentine
  ory 3 "MY FAVORITE WIFE", Irene Dunne, Gary Grant.                           section, Millburn,                                                  Room —' Bigelow and Lee entertain. Minimum weekdays $1.BP;
  QtiH Patrick, Banaolph Scott; "LOST HaRIZON", BonaW                                                                                              Saturdays, $2.50. No couvert,
  Culmnn, John Howard, Jana WyWt, Margo, February 4-6.                            ANNUAL ST. ROSE OF LIMA Pariah Ball, sponsored by
                                                                               St. Rose Dadies Auxiliary, Saturday evening, February IB,               CHATTERBOX — Route 29, Mountainside, N. J. {West-
  *       EAST ORANGE                                                          In School Hall.            -••-."•-. - • '                          Held 2-3.930) The newest name band spot in Jersey, now
                                                                                   SATORDAT, FEBRUARY 8 — Buffet Dinner and In-                    featuring *ho MacFarland Twins and theSr orches-
  HOLLYWOOD, Central Avenue at Harrison.                                       formal Party at Short Hills Club, Short Hills.                      tra. Continuous dancing 8:30 to 2:30. Dinners start at $1,76,
                                                                                                                                                   drinks at 40c. Minimum $1. Saturdays $/2.
      ••SON OF MONTE CRISTO", Louis Hfiyward, Joan Ben-
  nett Conrad Voldt. January 31-Kebruary 3. "DR. KIL-                                                                                                   THE CROCICBRS — 6 Old Short Hills Road (Millburn 6-
  DAWSTS CRISIS". l*w Ayres, Uonel Barrymoro, Laraino                                                                                              $928), Luncheon 60c. Dinner 85c and $1.00, Served in quaint
  Day, Robert Youne, February 4-6.                                                                                                                 Colonial home 160 years old..
                                                                                                                                                      THE EVERGREEN. Belleville Avenue, Bloomfleld. N. J.
  *        NEWARK                                                                                                                                  (Bloomfield 2-7081) Music by Van Alexander and his or-
                                                                                                                                                   chestra. Ne-w restaurant amd sut>per club ia now under the
                                                                                                                                                   management of Joseph Rines,' formerly orchestra leader at
  LOEWS, Broad and New Streets.                                                                                                                    the St. Regis Hotel, New York. Dinners from $1.00. No
     "IiT.iriHT COMMAND". Robert Taylor, Walter                                                                                                    cover charge. Minimum (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
  Rurh iiiiHrty; "tnTi.i.,viuLOo"         F™*™"™"'                                                                                                 Sunday) $1,00; Friday, $1.25; Saturday, $2.00.
                                                                                             MILLBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY                                 —HOTEL, SUBURBAN — 570 Springfield Avenue. Summit
  Qrey. B-lllle Burkp, Ann MnrrlsH. Donald Meek, Ja
  Pebruary E.                                                                      Open dally 2 to 6 P. M, also mommas Tuesday and                 (Summit, 6-3000), A ijc«m£ortaWe and well-appointed hotel
                                                                               Thursday 10 to 12 A. M. Evenings 7:30 to 9:30 P. M. Mon-          ' serviiig1 excellent food In a apacioua dining-room. Luncheon
                                                                                                                                                   $1.00. D".nn«r $1,50.                                        i
  PARAMOUNT, Market Street.                                                    days. Wednesdays and B'ridays. Saturday 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.              MARIO'S — 36 Main Street, Millburn (Millburn fi-1724).
                                                                               and 2 to 0 P. M., Closed Sundays and January 1, February            Newly and completely, redecorated cocktail bar and restaur-
                                                                               22, May 30, July i. Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Decem-             ant, wall-known for Italian spaghetti. Luncheon 65c. Dinner
                                                                               ber 25.                    i                                        85c. Spaghetti and meat balls .50c,
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                                                                        The Short Hills Junior Service                                    .end guest of Robert Castles
                                Short Hills                            League will meet on Tuesday, Cornstock-Lyon                         Delbarton drive, at the Mas
                                                                       February 4th at the home of                                         chusetts Institute of Technolo
                                                                       Miss Dorothy Laffey of Mont-                                        where Robert is a student.
                                                                       view avenue.                       Wedding                                          *
                                                                                       *                                                     R. Douglas Guguere of C
                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Wick-      On Wednesday, Miss Minnie cord, N. H., was the week-e
                                                                       enden of Twin Oaks road, en- Rae Lyon, daughter of Mr. and guest of Thomas Collins of H
                                                                       tertained at cocktails on Sun- Mrs. Howard Russell Lyon, of bart avenue.
                           NOTES 6/NEWS             OF THE WEEK        day in honor of Sir Louis and Old Short Hills road, became                          *
                                                                       Lady Beale of England, who are the bride of William Philip Coin-      Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Casse
                                                                       residing at present, in New York. stock Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jr., of Farley road, depar
                           By Edith Clifford                           Mrs. Wickenden, will attend a Comstock of Newark.                   Thursday for Atlantic City f
    What a perfect week-end for       This week saw the departure tea on Tuesday given by Bob               Rev. Dr. George A. Liggett, several days.
skiing, skating and tobogganing     of Mr, and Mrs. P, Willard Grif- Morganthau, son of the Secre- pastor of Springfield Presbyter-                        *
                                    fith, and children Diane and tary of the Treasury, in honor ian Church, performed the cere-              Mr. and Mrs. Smith F. Ferg
at Pocono Manor, Pa. A large,
                                    Billy of Western drive, for their of the First Lady, Mrs. Franklin mony at 6 P. M. A small recep- son of Stewart road and
group o" Jerseyites joined their
                                    winter home in Coral Gables, D. Roosevelt at Alpha Delta Phi tion followed at William Pitt and Mrs. Archie B. Quarrier
Pennsylvania neighbors to revel Fla. The latter part of next Fraternity, of Amherst College. Tavern, Chatham.                              Ferncliff terrace, attended
in a Winter Wonderland. Was month, Mr. and Mrs. Griffith Tom Wickenden is a classmate                      The bride wore an afternoon houseparty last week, given b
surprised how many Short Hills will fly to South America for of Bob's.                                   gown of beige with antique Dr. H. H. Freis of Tillery, N
folks were there. One Short Hills   several weeks' stay, returning to                  *                 brown accessories. Following a and Mrs. Ferguson went on
man had a sad experience tho .  1   Florida, by boat. Mr. .and Mrs.      Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Scilipoti wedding trip to the Poconos, Pinehurst for a stay, before
                                                                                                                                           turning home.
On leaving his car a t the hotel Walter H. Bice of Chestnut of Ridge terrace will spend the the couple will reside a t 2280                  Mrs. Stewart H. Hartshorn
                                    Hills, Pa., were week-end guests week-end in Pennington, the Loring place, University Heights,
door, he slipped on a cowardly of the Griffiths, and on Satur- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart New York.                                     and her son, Stewart Hartsho
piece of ice masquerading under day they gave a cocktail party Hoyt. Mrs. Scilipoti and Mrs.               Mrs. Comstock Jr., is a grad- 3rd, were the guests, on Sund
a coating of snow. Good-bye in honor of their house guests. Hoyt were classmates at Con- uate of Millburn High School. of the^ former's sister-in-la
were his chances of skiing for he                    *              ! necticut College for Women.        The bridegroom is a graduate of Miss Cora L. Hartshorn, of T
dislocated his shoulder. It was        Mr, and Mrs. William F. Jen-                    *                 Rutgers University and is now Crescent.
a bitter pill to have to remain     nings of Fairfleld drive, took       On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- teaching and studying Engineer-                      »
at the hotel, gnashing- his teeth,  their leave of Short Hills, yes- don V. Oldham of Colonial way, ing at New York University. Te           Mrs. Samuel C. Bennett
                                                                       will leave for Fort Lauderdale, is a member 0 Tau Beta Pi, Jun- Milton, Mass., has returned
while the others went merrily terday, when they departed for Fla., to be gone three weeks.               ior Member of American Society her home, having visited h
                                    Fort Lauderdale, to be gone
on their way.                       until April 1st. The latter's sis-                 *                 of Civil Engineers and pledged brother-in-law and sister, M
   Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Paulsen     ter, Mrs. Harold Dickens of Mil-     Mrs. George Napier Jr., of to Zeta Psi Fraternity.                and Mrs. William A. Hunter
of Robin Hood Cottage and Mr. waukee, Wise, was their recent Meadowbrook road, entertained                               #                 Short Hills avenue.
and Mrs. L. A. Wynhoff of Mar-      guest and on Wednesday, Mrs. at luncheon on Tuesday for Mrs.           Mrs. L. B. Headrick of Pine       Miss Elizabeth Wurtz a s
ion avenue, were a t Pocono Jennings gave a tea in her sis- Malcolm Spinning, and Mrs. E. terrace, West, entertained her dent of Cedar Crest College,
Manor over last week-end.           ter's honor. Mrs. Ralph Louns- C. Hammond of Short Hills and bridge club on Tuesday night. lentown, Pa., arrived yesterd
                 *                  bury of South Orange, poured.      Mrs. William Tierney of Summit. Those present included, Mrs. to spend the week-end with
   Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Garri-                     *                                 *                 Matthew Corry of Chatham, parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
gal of Glenwood drive, were at         Mrs. Victor Armstrong and         Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Mrs. Theodore Perkins, Mrs. Wurtz of Old Short Hills road
Pocono Manor last week-end.         her daughter Mrs, Armstrong Sehroeder of Colonial way will John Myron, Mrs. Arthur Dan-                                *
                 *                  Lester of Coniston road, de- go to Fort Lauderdale in Febru- iels, Mrs. Fayette Anderson and             Mr. and Mrs. Ruthven A. W
   Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Van- parted on Monday for Belleair, ary for two weeks' stay.                   Mrs. Timothy Simokat all of the well of Highland avenue, will
derbilt and their daughter, Vir- Fla. They are stopping at the                         «                 Oranges and Mrs. Edwin Green- to Florida next month to v
ginia, of liobart avenue, spent Belleview-Biltmore.                      A month at the Palm. Beach- wood of Short Hills.                  the latter's mother, Mrs. Par
last week-end in Atlantic City,"                     *                 Biltinore Hotel, Palm Beach,                      *                 W. Page of Nokomis. Th
 Miss Vandertailt's fiance, Lemuel     Mrs. Frederick J, Faulks of Fla,, will begin on Monday for           Norvelle Sharpe 3rd of Mea- daughter, Lois, is spending t
 Bannister, Jr., of Montclair, ac- Coniston road, will be the guest Mr, and Mrs. James Beckett and dowbrook road was the week- winter with her grandmothe
 companied them.                    of Mr. and Mrs. Eberhard Faber daughter, Barbara of Fairfield
                  *                 at their Pinehurst home, during drive. Today, Barbara, will cele-
   Baron and Baroness Paul de the month of March.
Maxov of -the Danish Legation
                                                                       brate her sixth birthday, with a     CLEAN                                        FUEL
in Washington, were the recent
                                                                       supper and movie party for the
                                       Miss Sue Homestead has re- kindergarten class of the Short            COAL                                         OIL
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Osgood turned to her home in Groton,
Nichols of Highland avenue. Mr. Conn., after spending a week Hills Hobart avenue school.
and Mrs. Nichols entertained in with Miss Peggy Settle of Had-                         *
their honor with a dinner party doni'ield road. Miss Homestead           Mr. and Mrs. John B. Neil of
at their home on Saturday, and will be a bridesmaid at the Midhurst road, will be hosts at                                                                         —7 V
on Sunday, they gave a cock-                                           cocktails this evening preceding
                                    wedding of Miss Settle arid her the West Orange Woman's Club
tail party and luncheon at the                                                                                DEPENDABLE                                     LOCAL
Short Hills Club.                   brother Robert Homestead on Dance at The Moresque.
                                                                                                                                    NIGHT  PHONE
          •   '   •   •
                                    February 8th,                                      *                        DELIVERY         SHORT HILLS 7-26BI STORAGE TANK
   Mrs. William T. Crocker of                        •                   Mrs. Dean Emery of Highland
New York was the week-end              Mr. and Mrs. Ned Roden- avenue, was hostess at luncheon
 guest of Miss Emma S. Florance baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berry and bridge, on Tuesday.
 of East Lane.                      and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
                  •                 Stromenger of Summit, were the
   Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. An- dinner guests on Saturday .of
                                                                                                             FROZEN WATER PIPES
derson Jr., of 10 Meadowbrook ;Mr. and Mrs. Earl T, Russell of
road, announce the. birth of a Northen drive.
 son, James Matthews Anderson,
                                                                                                             WON'T COST US MONEY
 January 11th at Orange Memor-                                                                                   ". . . This winter we are protecting our
 ial Hospital. They have a                                                                                    pipes."
 daughter Jane, three-years-old..
                                                                                                              "No more frozen water pipes in our house! This
                                                                                                            winter these three safeguards save us from possible
                                                                                                            repair bills:
                                               MAYFLOWER                                                      1I) All cracks around basement doors and windows
                                                Carry You to                                                      stuffed to keep out cold air.
                                              Freedom —
                                              Washday Wowies                                                  (2) Exposed pipes are wrapped in rags or paper.
                                                                                                              (3) And on f reeling nights, after turning down
                                                                                                                  the fire, we let the water trickle all night from
                                                                                                                  one faucet."
                                                                                                              These same easy-to-follow precautions can save
                                                                               Here's how you can easily    you extra expense and worries. Start today to
                            S                                                   avoid BIG repair bills.     guard your water pipes—ward off BIG repair bills.
                                    Mayflower                                                                         REMEMBER—ON
                                                                                                                    FREEZING NIGHTS

                    fine             Laundry                                                                     IT PAYS TO PROTECT
                                                                                                                 YOUR WATER PIPES
                                           Telephone '
                                       Millburn 6-1400                            Commonwealth Water Co.
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[January 31, 1941 ]
                                  Mrs. Maurice E. Strieby, Mrs.                                               puppet shows. On February 15th,
Buxton Benefit                    Kenneth Hamilton, Mrs. A. L.          "Adventures                           Frank and Elizabeth Haines will
                                                                                                              present "A Connecticut Yankee".
                                  Sprague, Mrs. Arthur E. French,                                             On March 1st, the Sue Hastings
Commit.tec Tea                    Mrs. Gregory Stragnell, Mrs. Al-
                                  fred H. Best, Mrs. Edward L.
                                                                        Of A Brownie'                         Marionettes will give the "Wiz-
                                                                                                              ard of Oz" adapted from the
   Mrs. Wm. A. Mitchell of Wood- Chalif, Mrs. W. B. Hartshorne,         The Children's Theatre of the         ever popular comic opera. On
crest avenue, entertained at tea  Mrs. H. S. Ford, Mrs. Otto Crouse, Paper Mill Playhouse is opening          March 15th, Marion Bishop's
last week Wednesday, following Mrs. C. N. Swann.                     its annual season Saturday, Feb-         Magnificent Marionettes will be
                                                                     ruary 1st with a revival of the          seen in their new production of
a meeting of the program com-        Auxiliary committee members "Adventures o a Brownie" f                                                                   When Mrs. Richard Bruning
mittee for the Buxton Scholar- include Mrs. Hans Aickelin, Mrs. founded on the favorite nursery               the "Magic Cloak."                           moved to town, she was de-
ship Fund benefit performance Elizabeth Kidwell, Mrs. Walter classic by Dinah Mulock Craik                       All performances will begin at            lighted to find that our Com-
of "Twelfth Night", to be given Silbersack, Mrs. O. Sterling and put into dramatic form by                    three o'clock.                               munity could boast a bakery as
at the Maplewood Theatre on Conover, Mrs. Joseph H. Farn- • Frank Carrington and Antoin-                                      •                            fine as Ritter's! Slews of others
February 15. Mrs. Mitchell is ham, Mrs. N. M. Williams, Mrs. ette Scudder. A feature of the                      Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hadsell                feel the same way about Ritter's
chairman of this committee with William H. Painter, Mrs. Robert play is the dance of the Cherry               spent the week-end in Cliffside              Bakery, it helps to know you can
Mrs. W. F. Cassedy, Jr., of Far- F. Wolff, Mrs. Roger E. Vernon, Tree Fairies and the frolic of                Park, visiting Mrs. Hadsell's sis-          buy the best in Millburn. On
ley road as vice-chairman. Local Mrs. Frank Sangster, Mrs. Wil- the Downy Ducklings operated                   tor, Mrs. Florence Waas.                    Saturday, the Baker Boy,
 members 0 the committee are liam McHenry, Mrs. Daniel B. by the Marion Bishop's Marion-                                                                    aproned and capped, .serves as
 Mrs. Hopkins Bayes, of Pine ter- McElwee, Mrs. Erwin O. Ger- ettes.                                                                                        doorman.
 race West, Mrs. F. D. Nixdorff hardt, Mrs. Thomas V. Board-             The season also includes three         8 a l e ! BERNAT YARN                                         *
 of Marion avenue, and Mrs, man, Mrs. J. F. Doyle and Mrs.                                                       Yorkshire — Wooly Down                        Its fun lo talk about successes.
 George G. Brooks, Jr., of West Niel A. Weathers.                                                                                                           Remember, I told you sol That
 road.                                             •                       INCOME TAX                               40c oz. (Reg. 45c)
                                                                                                                    55c 2 oz. (Reg. 60c)
                                                                                                                                                            is, Chi-Am Chateau, serves the
   Various committee members         Mrs. William D. Sharp of              AND SOCIAL SECURITY                                                              finest food and plays the dan-
                                                                                                                       FBEE INSTRUCTIONS                    diest dance music. Tripped a
 include: Mrs. Charles W. Green, Philadelphia, on Saturday, con-            RETURNS PREPARED
 Mrs. Robert Lee Peek, Jr., Mrs. cluded a visit with her sister-in-                                                  FLORENCE SHAW                          light fantastic myself recently,
 Joseph H. McMullen, Mrs. Har- law, Mrs. Worthington Camp-                     OSCAR HENCH                      38 Ilouslmw Avt\,     HprlnBflrld, N. 3.
                                                                                                                                                            so I know of what I speak. Rare
                                                                              PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT                            MlUluirn   0-1.708
 vey E. Reed, Mrs. Henry L. Leeb,  bell of Knollwood road.              2B» Main Htrofifc MilUnirn 6-0807-W
                                                                                                                                                             is a supper club where you can
                                                                                                                                                             get as much for your money. For
                                                                                                                                                             a local Night Spot — fizz "water
                                                                                                                                                             n'everything, George C h o n g ,
                                                                                                                                                             proprietor, awaits the oppor-
                                                                                                                                                             tunity of serving you. Two
                                                                                                                                                             tickets await Mrs. T. E. Davles,
                                                                                                                                                             courtesy of Warner Brothers'
                                                                                                                                                             Millburn Theatre, for week of
                                                                                                                                                             February 3rd.
                                                                                                                                                                Mid-winter weather slows up
                                                                                                                                                              your auto battery. Maybe its
                                                                                                                                                              lime you had a new one to pre-
                                                                                                                                                              vent yetting stalled on a cold
                                                                                                                                                              night. Al's Texaco Station, Mill- I
              For as Little as $4.48 a Month                                                                                                                  burn avenue, has the best in
                                                                                                                                                              butteries or will service your
         You can buy This Happy Pair of                                                                                                                       present one. Gloria Glad Good-
                                                                                                                                                              will Gift for Mrs. Roy R. Bum-
         Washday Time and Labor Savers                                                                                                                        fUM\, at Al's.

                                                                                                                                                                Throughout the Community,

                   EAIY                                                                                                                                     riH I hear is "good-will" for
                                                                                                                                                            Kaiser's Drug Store. Situated as
                                                                                                                                                            jt Is in the center of Millburn,
                                                                                                                                                            it happily serves countless resi-
                                                                                                                                                            dents and numbers of transients, :
                                                                                                                                                            From vitamins to sun lamps and
         HOME LAUNDRY                                                                                                                                        proscriptions to perfume, a tele-
                                                                                                                                                             phone call to Kaiser's will sup-
                                                                                                                                                             ply your needs. Plenty of people
                                                                                                                                                             order weekly delivery of ice

                    Seize this chance to retire
                                                                                                                                                             cream for Sunday. Why not
                                                                                                                                                             make Sunday an easier day by
                                                                                                                                                             solving the dessert dilemma
                                                                                                                                                             with their ice cream?
                    your old wreck of a washer                                                                                                                    Germs keep company with ill-
                    —and buy these EASY Mon-                                                                                                                 ness. If there has been illness in
                    day friends NOW—while this                                                                                                               your home, be sure and have
                                                                                                                                                             bed pillows cleaned and steril-
                    purse-opening price lasts!                                                                                                               ized. Morey La Rue Laundry
                                                                                                                                                            •does a fine job and returns pil-
                                                                                                                                                             lows spic and span.
                      EASY WASHER                                                                                                                                 Sometimes its tough convinc-
                                                                                                                                                              ing folks that just because a
          WITH $89.95            WASHER FEATURES                                                                                                              .shop has exclusive looking ap-
                                                                                                                                                              parel, prices are prohibitive. The
           Super-value EASY that turns out bigger wash-                                                                                                       first is true of The Suburban
           ings quicker. Fast, efficient, washing action,'                                                                                                    Shoppe but the second Is not.
           Giant capacity, family-size porcelain tub. Bowl-                                                                                                    Convince yourself of this fact.
           bottom design speeds up clothes roll-over. Built-                                                                                                   Go in, look around, price things
           in sediment trap. Triple safety wringer with                                                                                                        and you will be amazed, I was.
                                                                                                                                                               Mrs. P. W. Eberhardt bought
           instant roll-stop. Lifetime motor. Electric empty-                                                                                                  several sweaters that she had
           ing pump.                                                                                                                                           looked high and low for, in the
                                                                                                                                                               City. Save time and money —

           Ae^EAIYIRONER                                                                                                                                       try The Suburban first,
                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Francis C, Reed tells me
           MATCH IT F E A T U R E - F O R - F E A T U R E            .1/*.                                                                                     .she is always finding a new
           WITH ANY $79.95 IRONER MAKE                                                                                                                          gadget or some improved house-
                                                                                                                                                                hold equipment at Tiger's Hard-
           SIT DOWN in solid comfort—while you iron                                                                                                             ware Store. Just about every-
           everything from sheets to shirts. 3-way Heat                                                                                                         thing from heavy hardware to
           Control. Roll-Stop. Adjustable Knee Control. In-                                                                                                     electric door chimes at Harvey
                                                                                                                                                                J. Tiger's
           stant Shoe Release. Handy Kitchen Table when                                                                      I5E4I                                 Have you seen the exhibit of
           cabinet is closed.                                                                                                                                   portraits by The Ransom Stu-
                                                                                                                                                                dios in Conlon's Camera Shop?:
                                                                                                                                                                Here is a fine example of their
                                                                                                                                                                 ability and a tangible proof of
                                                                   Millburn 6-0314                                                                               their worth in the community.
                                                                                                                                                                1    ;   :
                                                                                                                                                                              Adv.   '   ' '
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  HOMEMAKER'S                                                                                                        HEADQUARTERS
  Another                                  Unique Three-way Telephone Communication System            Oven Dinner
  Pink One                                     Installed by Public Service for Customers' Convenience For Guests
     Another pink soup is cran-
                                                                                                                                                                 Fruit Cup with Crushed Candy
  berry. Mix two cups of sweet-
  ened cranberry sauce, one cup                                                                                                                                Mints, -Stuffed Pork Chops,
  each of grapefruit and pineap-                                                                                                                               Spanish Corn, Sweet Potatoes
  ple juices and a speck of • salt.                                                                                                                            with Walnuts, Endive Salad,
  Cover, simmer 10 minutes and                                                                                                                                 French Dressing, Gingerbread
  then thicken just a little. Top                                                                                                                              with Frozen Whipped Cream,
  each dish of soup with a green
  candy mint. It will -soon dissolve                                                                                                                             A type 11 meal which starts
  and add a contrasting color to                                                                                                                               cooking as soon as, it goes into
  the dish.                                                                                                                                                    the oven.
     Rhubarb mixed with cherries                                                                                                                                 Time: 1 hour, in a preheated
  or strawberries makes an espe-                                                                                                                               oven. Temperature 350 degrees
   cially delicious soupi both as to                                                                                                                           Fahrenheit.
   color, texture and taste. Make
  it just like the cranberry soup,                                                                                                                               Directions:   Prepare ginger-
  but add the berries or cherries.                                                                                                                            bread and pork chops according
     Tangy prune soup is appeal-                                                                                                                              to recipes. Into a 1 1-2 quart
  ing for spring and summer                                                                                                                                   baking dish, put 1 1-2 cups
  meals. Make it this way: Sim-                                                                                                                               whole-kernel corn; cover with
  mer for 15 minutes two cups of                                                                                                                              strips of green pepper or pimien-
  chopped steamed prunes with                                                                                                                                 to, sprinkle with salt and pep
  two cups of prune juice, half a                                                                                                                             per, and dot with butter. Repeat.
  cup of orange juice, a quarter of                                                                                                                           Add 1-4 cup hot water, and cov
 a cup of lemon juice and a third           A UNIQUE three-way telephone is operated t h r o u g h a central
                                                                                                                      partinent, at which is stationed a
                                           " • communication system has sixteen-position telephone t a b l e supervisor. This assures prompt                  er. Slice 6 medium-sized cooked
 of a cup of granulated sugar.
 Press through a sieve and add            been installed in the customers' equipped with the key method plan handling of telephone calls.                     sweet potatoes into a buttered
 a quarter teaspoon each of               service department of Public Ser- of operation. The new method re-            The sixteen-position table is         baking dish. Sprinkle with 1-2
 lemon and orange rinds, an               vice Electric and Gas Company in places the more obsolete cord and "U" shaped, each leg of the "U"                  cup brown sugar, dot generous-
 eighth of a teaspoon of nutmeg           Newark. Thereby it is possible for plug system. The key plan is excep- accommodating eight positions. The           ly with butter, and top with 1-3
                                          an employee, answering a call from tionally flexible for coping with the telephone monitor turret for super-
 and a speck of salt.                     a customer seeking information or hundreds of thousands of telephone visory and training purposes is in-            cup walnut meats. Cover. Place
     Garnish with tiny wedges of          service, to apealc with other depart- calls received yearly in the custom- stalled at that part of the table        covered chops and corn on low-
 lemon and some chopped prunes            ments of the company to obtain the ers' service department.                forming the base of the "U". Besides     er rack in oven, covered pota-
 «pringled with orange juice.             necessary Information—all in a sin- This type of operation also pro- an individual telephone turret, each           toes and uncovered gingerbread
                                          gle operation.                        vides a control of operation at both of the sixteen positions at the table
                    *                                                           the company's switchboard and at is provided with a countersunk               on upper rack.
                                             This new commuiiieatioii system the table monitor turret in the de-forms rack located for efficient use.
  Crown Roast of
 Pork—Stuffing Charleston
                                                                                                                           to cool to body temperature and
                                                                               Pineapple Balls                             form with buttered teaspoons or
                                                                                                                           roll between buttered palms into
 Pork crown roast (5 lbs.-13 ribs) Crab Soup                                   Wz     cups crushed pineapple,              small balls. Sticks may be in-
  2 cups soft bread crumbs 1                                                        drained                                serted if desired, although this
   y2 cup chopped celery                 3 tablespoons butter
                                         1 small onion,- finely chopped       2 cups sugar                                 is not essentially a hard candy.
  2 tablespoons chopped parsley                                                U                                           For best results balls should be
                                         3 stalks celery, finely chopped         2 teaspoon salt
  2 tablespoons minced onion             3 mushrooms, finely chopped                                                       placed in the refrigerator and
                                                                              Ys cup light corn syrup
  1 bay leaf                             IV2 tablespoons flour                   Combine ingredients and cook              thoroughly chilled.
  J4 teaspoon sage                       1 teaspoon salt                      together over low heat, stirring
  Vs teaspoon thyme                      Ve teaspoon pepper                   constantly until sugar is dis-
  1 teaspoon salt                       2 cups water
                                        1*4 cups (1 can) crabmeat
                                                                              solved. Continue cooking until                                                  Producing
  '/a teaspoon pepper                                                         thermometer registers 236 F. or
                                        3 cups milk                           until mixture forms a soft ball
  Bread cubes
                                        1 cup heavy cream                     when tried in cold water. Allow
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                                    1-4 cup butter, 1-22 cup flour,                                                        Take a cupful of the mashed angles.
                                  1 1-2 teaspoons salt, 3-4 teaspoon             To help keep colors in figured          beans, add to it a large alligator
8 1-2 inch slices bread           mustard, 1-4 teaspoon paprika,              drapes from running when laun-             pear which has been peeled and
1-4 cup butter                    1 1-2 cups milk, 1 1-2 cups                 dered, loosen one end of the               mashed in a bowl rubbed lightly
                                                                              lining of each drape. When                                                           ICE      CO L D
1 cup sugar                       canned corn, 1 egg beaten, 3 tea-                                                      with garlic. Add 2 tablespoonfuls
                                                                              ready to press, slip a bath towel
1 cup ground Brazil nuts          spoons Worcestershire sauce, 1
                                  cup cracker crumbs.                         between the lining and the                 of mayonnaise, 2 tablespoonfuls
                                                                                                                         chopped celery, and season with
                                                                                                                                                            BEER, ALES
2 cups sliced apples                                                          drape. Colors that run will be
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1-2 cup white wine.               mixed with dry ingredients. Add             absorbed by the towel, which, of
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                                                                         afternoon. Girls joining the                                            Saturday Nighters at the South
                                    South Mountain
                                                                         Troop include, Alberta Hulse-
                                                                         bosch, Barbara Holman, Eliza-
                                                                                                           Dinner For                            Orange Masonic Temple. Their
                                                                                                                                                 guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                 George Frederick Jr., of West
                                                                         beth Enneis, Jean Enneis, Mari-
                                                                         lyn Nauss, Dorothy Traub, Caro-
                                                                                                           Bride To Be                           Orange, Mr. and Mrs. George
                                                                                                                                                 Graff of East Orange, Mr. and
                                                                         lyn Cornell, Marilyn LaLonde,             Honoring Miss Lucille Simp- Mrs. Donald Folk of Nutley, Mr.
                                                                         Adele Underwood, Carol Arns-          son and Douglas H. Potter whose and Mrs. H. T. Reynal of South
                                                                         dorf, Jean Coghlan, Lois Hil-         engagement was recently an- Orange and Mr. and Mrs. George
                                                                                                               nounced, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Bergesser, of Verona.
                           NOTES <3,NEWS              OF THE WEEK        brandt and Joan Cottier.
                                                                                                               Meeker of 101 Sagamore road,                       •
                                                                               •   .      *

                                                                           Miss Jane Oliphant, daughter        Millburn will tender a dinner to
                           By Edith Clifford                                                                   their immediate families on
                                                                       of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Oli- Sunday, February 2.                       Honor Mohr
   Mr, and Mrs. Lucian H. Beebe Elmer Armstrong of Elizabeth, phant of 89 Maple street, is
of Now London, Conn., are the Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Dennis, chairman of the committee of                              Miss Simpson is a daughter       A luncheon was given in honor
week-end guests of the former's Joseph Schall of Newark, Miss the Winter Carnival at Middle- of the Edward W. Simpsons of of Alfred J. Mohr of 47 Elmwood
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Anita            MacGregor   of East bury College, Middlebury, Vt. Whittier place, East Orange and place, Short Hills, yesterday, on
and Mrs. Frederick P. Millard of Orange, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence The carnival will be held from Mr, Potter is the son of Mr. and the occasion of his 30th anni-
8 South Mountain road. Mr. and Hunger of Irvington, Mr. and February 13 to 16,                                 Mrs. Francis G. Potter of Llew- versary with the Western Elec-
Mrs, Beebe have been in Mexico Mrs.          John Hansen of Wood-                                              ellyn Park, West Orange.          tric Company. It was given at
                                                                           Miss Lucene Slayton is home
on a visit and are en route home. bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Frank from Middlebury College, Mid- Those to be present are the Essex House, Newark. Mr. Mohr
    Miss May Elizabeth Stein of
                                     Buck of Florham Park.             dlebury, Vt., having finished her prospective bride's parents, Mr. in in charge of the General Ap-
                                                                                                               and Mrs. Edward W. Simpson, paratus Shop at Kearny Works.
Brooklyn, was the recent guest         Paul Farmer of Myrtle ave- mid-year examinations. She is Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Potter
                                                                       the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.                                              In the evening another group
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lincoln. nue is spending two weeks in
                                     Fort Lauderdale and Miami         Noyes Slayton of 437 Wyoming- of the Park and Dr. and Mrs. F. of friends met at Leone's, New
of 36 Undercliff road.                                                                                         Herbert Lushear of Branchvilie, York City, where a dinner was
                                     Beach.                            avenue.
                   *                                                                                           N. J. Mrs. Lushear was a Skid- given. The guest of honor was
    A. J. Pellath of 51 Greenwood      Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Hults       Mr: and Mrs. C. Harold Kid- more classmate of Miss Simpson, taken to see Panama Hattie
 drive, entertained his card club of 23 South Mountain road,
                                                                       well of 93 Linden street, have who was maid of honor for Mrs. afterwards.                When he arrived
 on Monday night.                    spent the week-end at their as their guest, Os Cammonn of Lushear at her wedding a year home, a reading chair sent by
    Private John J. Minnihan, Lake Mohawk home. Dr. and Weston, Mass.                                          ago June. Ensign and Mrs. Ed- about 50 friends at Kearny
 44h Division, Military Police, Mrs,         R. L. Thompson of Glen                                            ward W. Simpson, Jr., • whose Works, was in his favorite cor-
 who is stationed at Fort Dix, was Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Willard                          *                   Military wedding a t Calvary M.
 on leave over the week-end and 8. Vliet and sons Warren and               Mrs.    Thomas H. Gibson of E. Church, East Orange was an ner of the living room.
 visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert of Westfield, were their Glen avenue, departed on Fri- attractive affair of the holidays                               •
 Cornelius Minnihan of 59 South- week-end guests. They attended • day for Miami, Fla., where she will be unable to attend having                     Mr. and Mrs. N. Glen Gordy
 ern Slope drive.                                                      will remain until April. She will returned to duty a t t h e Pensa- of 103 Main street, will give a
                                     the Annual Winter Frolic.         visit Havana during her stay and cola flying field, Florida.              ffu'ewell party tonight for Mr.
                   «                                   *
    Mrs. M. Douglas Miller, leader                                     Mr. Gibson will join her later.                                           and Mrs. Leon Gordy of Old
                                       In Bradenton, Fla., until April                     *
 of Girl Scout Troop No. 10 of 1st, are Mr. and Mrs. Bradford                                                                                    Short Hills road, who will move
 South Mountain          and Miss P. Brown of Mountain View                A Guatemalan luncheon, fol-                                           shortly to Louisville, Ky. Mr.
 Frances Hanson, assistant, took road.
 their troop to the Reservation
                                                                       lowed by afternoon tea were
                                                                       given Tuesday in honor of Mrs.
                                                                                                           Millburn                              Gordy's business will take him
                                                                                                                                                 to Charlestown, Ind., and he
                                                       *               William Glasgow, of California,
 on Monday for Tracking and            II. J. Steiger of Ridgewood                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. will depart on Sunday. His fam-
Trailing work necessary for their road, was host at a stag party and Mrs. James J. Petrie of Con- Schrocder and family of 26 ily will follow later.
 winter sports badge.                                                  necticut and Florida, grand- Blaine street spent last week-
                                     on Friday night.                  mother and aunt respectively of end at their home in Stone                   Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jemison of
    Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Cobough                                         Mrs. Robert E. Greene, Jr., the Ridge, N. Y. While there they 17 Dtniglfy, street, entertained at
                                                                       former Miss Louise Richards attended the Telemark Ski- bridge on Saturday. Their guests
 of 30 Undercliff road, enter-
, tained informally at supper on            Wyoming                    whose marriage took place Sat- Jump Meet for New York State were Mr. and. Mrs. Gordon
                                                                                                                                                 Christensen and Mr. and Mrs.
  Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Ch W.                                        urday. Mrs. Fernando Falla of
  Crossett of Hillside and Mr. and      Mrs.   Robert J. McDonald of 59 Elm street was hostess at the Championship at Rosendale, N. Stewart Knowlton of Spring-
 Mrs.     Frederick Hohnbaum of Linden street, is expected home luncheon; while Mrs. Lewis E.                                   *
                                                                                                                                                 field, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Good-
 Newark.                             this week-end from Cornell Meeker gave the tea at her home                                                  liffe of Roselle Park, Mr. and
                                     Medical Center, New York, where 101 Sagamore road. Guests at-                 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peustel of Mrs. Alex Rheiner of Union and
                   *                                                                                           4 Bodwell terrace, will entertain
     Mr. and Mrs, Reginald L. Steel she has been confined for three tending both affairs were Miss at dinner Saturday night before Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of
 and son David of Flushing, L. I. weeks.                               Anita Falla, daughter of Mrs. the formal dance given by the Roselle.
 were the Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs.            Ernest R. Palmer of 47 Falla home for mid-term vaca-
 and Mrs. Arthur E. Thevenet of Pine street, will entertain at tion from St. Elizabeth's College,
 Walnut avenue.                      Dessert-bridge on Tuesday for Mrs. Nelson Richards, Mrs. Bver-
     R. E. Connor of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Richard Sweet, Mrs. Arthur ton B. Powell, Mrs. Vernon M.
 and his daughter, Mrs. W. P. Swee^ Mrs. Harry Burrell, Mrs. Holder, and Mrs. Ferdinand J.
 Craig of Evanston, 111., will re- James Laskey, and Mrs, Alan Ward, all of Wyoming section,
 turn to their respective homes Robinson of Millburn, Mrs. Wal- and Mrs. Ward's sister, Mrs. J.
 tomorrow, after visiting another ter Castles of Short Hills and Watson of Philadelphia.
 daughter, Mrs. J. Paul Bryant of Mrs.       Calvin Bromley of Maple-
 66 Locust avenue for two weeks. wood.
 Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. Craig mo-
 tored to Dallas to visit their         Mrs.   R. Douglas Merriam" of
                                                                           PICTURES FRAMED
                                                                          IN THE ESTABLISHMENT
  father and they all returned to- Myrtle avenue and Mrs. A, C.                Artistically finished with
  gether.                            Sorenson of Ridgewood road,
                                     leader and assistant leader, re-     finer type mouldings to har-
      Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of 54 spectively of Girl Scout Troop 7,    monize with the subject.
  Greenwood drive: entertained at held an Investiture Service at          Decorative Painters Supplies
  supper on Sunday for Miss Anne the Wyoming Church, Monday               317 Millburn Ave.    Millburn 6-1581
  Lynch of New York and Dr. Ed-
  mund Jordan of_JSfewark. On
  Thursday, the Smiths were
  hosts a t bridge. Their guests in-
  cluded: Mr. and Mrs. Chester
  Luft of Westfield, Mr. and Mrs.

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                                                                                                                                                            home of Mrs. S. P. Shackelton,
Wyoming Guild                                                                                               '•""• ^      Wyoming       Church               430 Wyoming avenue. If it is not
                                                                                                                                                            possible to leave articles, Mrs.
Annual Meeting                                                                                                           Bundles For Britain                Shackelton, MI 6-0592, or Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                            Stoneall, MI 6-0248-J, will ar-
   The annual meeting of the                                                                                                For several months the Wyo-     range to have them called for.
Women's Guild of the Wyoming                                                                                             ming Church has been serving                       •
Church will be held on Tuesday,                                                                                          as/;a center for the collection of   ANNOUNCEMENT is made
                                                                                                                         clothing to be sent to Britain. A that Mr. Otto L. Straub, Presi-
February 4th in Fellowship Hall.                                                                                         group of women meets on Wed- dent of Newark Chapter, Nation-
Annual reports of officers, chair-                                                                                       nesdays of each week from 9:30 al Association of Cost Account-
men and team captains will be                                                                                            until 4:30 to mend, clean and ants, has been appointed Chair-
given and the following officers                                                                                         repair warm garments and man, of the Committee on Plant
for the coming year will bo in-                                                                                          blankets and get them ready for Visitations in connection with
                                                                                                                         shipment. There is great need the National Convention of the
stalled.                                                                                                                 for blankets to be used in the Association to be held in New
   President, Mrs. J. M. Chipman;      CAPE COD RESIDENCE for Mr. H. Preston Morehouse, wife and                         air raid shelters.                 Yoi-k the latter part of June of
First "vice-President and Pro-son Tommy, at Timber Acres, Short Hills. Mr. Morehouse is general                             To date this group has been this year. Mr. Straub is a resi-
gram Chairman, Mrs. S. P. representative for the Public Service Corp. Some of the original                               able to prepare for shipment dent of Short Hills.
Sliackelton; Second Vice-Presi- hand made brick from the Morehouse homestead in Connecticut                              about 1200 garments.. Anyone
dent, Mrs. C, R. Keith; Treasur- are incorporated in one of the fireplaces. This is considered an out-                   who would like to give some
er, Mrs. Wm. Barsby; Recording standing example of Cape Cod architecture, Contains, First floor:                         time to this caiise is invited to
 Secretary, Mrs. C. V. Taplin; Living Room, Dining Room, Study, Play Room, Kitchen, Center Hall,
 Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Two car Garage, Second Floor: Master Bed Room, Childs Room,
 A. M. Kruger; Secretary of Mis- Guest Room, Maids Room and three Baths. Oscar Bryant Smith,
 sionary Education, Mrs. L. W. Architect.
                                                                                                                         join this group.
                                                                                                                            Clothing and blankets may be
                                                                                                                          left at the church or at the         AVOID
 Carr; Chaplain, Mrs. J. E. Wil-
 lever.                              JOSEPH STIEBETZ of Ceve-
    Luncheon will be served        land place, Palisades Park, who
 promptly ut one o'clock and will was struck by a car driven by1
 be in charge of the Robtains- Qaetano Zazzara of Newark as
                                                                         CHARTERED                        1,
 Rced team. Reservations should he was walking across Millburn
 bo made through team'captains. avenue near Parkview drive,
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  Short Hills P.-T. A. to be held is to be presented by the Grif-
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    Dr. Eugene Wilkins, principal It will be one of a few given this                                                           Tires, Tubes, Batteries
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                                                                             Editor, The Item:
                                                                                     Following the Board of Edu-
                                                                                  cation meeting of January 21 at
                                                       oooooooooooo< which the high school Hi-Tri                         Why must Death pick
MILLBURN &>                                                                       was censured and ordered i n -                                        "The time has come," the Walrus said

SHORT HILLS                                   ITEM                                vestigated, that group received
                                                                                  considerable publicity in the
                                                       oooooooooooo< Newark News of January 22 and
                                                                                                                          On Metaxas
                                                                                                                          And completely
                                                                                                                          Skip the Axis?
                                                                                                                                                        "To talk of many things;
                                                                                                                                                        Of shoes —• and ships — and sealing -wax;
                                                                                                                                                        Of cabbages — and kings."

                       Founded in 1888
     •THE JVIILLBUTtN and SHORT HILLS ITEM Is published every Friday by
                                                                                  23, and in the Item of January
                                                                                  24. While Board members dele-
                                                                                  gated will make a report to that
                                                                                  body, it seems only fair that
                                                                                                                     cere effort toward the good of
                                                                                                                     the student body, and perhaps
                                                                                                                     with tolerant representation and
                                                                                                                     cooperation from Board of Edu-
                                                                                                                                                         The Wa/m
                                                                                                                                                           Hi-Tri Hi-Hat? — May-be so
                                                                                  some review of the unusual
      Tiho Item Publishing and Printing Company, a corporation, at 240 Main                                          cation delegates, rather than but why not? and what of it?
      Street, Millburn, N. J. Editor, H. G. More. Advertising: Manager, Willarfl  printed information should be
      H. Baetzner, National Advertising Representatives, New Jersey Newspapers                                       thru the continuance of the
      Inc., New York, Chicago, Philadelphia. Official newspaper of the Township   made. First, in the Newark News
      of MtUbui-n. Subscription rates, liy ma<ll, postpaid; One year two dollars;                                    none to creditable public spec-       Hasn't Father Millburn long
                                                                                  of January 22, these paragraphs
      six months, one dollar; ipayablo in advance. Single copies five cents each.                                    tacle. A fair chance and not abeen putting on superior airs
      Entered in the Post Office in Millburn, N. J,, as Second-Class Mail Matter. appeared as part of an article:                                       himself, and looking down his
                                                                                                                     star chamber seems deserved.
                               Telephone: MiUburn 6-1300                             "Millburn's Hi-Tri Club, an or-                    A PARENT.       nose at other of the state's
                                                                                  ganization of junior and senior                                       municipalities?
                                                                                  high school girls, was labeled                     •                                      *
Safe Budgeting In Uncertain Year                                                  'oiiobbU'.r and provocative of
                                                                                  •class hatred' last night by mem-
                                                                                                                     Editor, The Item:
                                                                                                                       I read with keen interest t h e
                                                                                                                                                           Do we want apartment houses?
                                                                                                                                                        No. Do we want low cost hous-
     Millburn's new budget submitted to scrutiny Monday night at ber.-; of the Board of Education articles published in the ITEM ing? No. No. Do we want indus-
a meeting of committeemen and civic association representatives,- debating whether its conduct on January 9th, and lGth, one tries? Never.
seems outstanding for its conservatism. In view of unknown fed- violated a state law banning the resolution of the South                                                    *
eral spending and taxing this is the course of wisdom.                            secret     societies   in public Mountain Civic Association, and         We have the best schools, the
      True advance estimates as to the tax rate indicate a six point .schools."                                      the other an answer by my best churches, the straightest
rise from, 3.51 to 3.57 but despite this many residents are apt to "In response to members' brother, Harry.                                             government and the crookedst
find themselves paying less local tax dollars than in the past year questions, Supervising Principal                   I am indeed surprised that roads in the world and we're
as they receive revised and lowered assessed valuations.                                                             the South Mountain Association proud of 'em.
                                                                                  Patterson said the club's avowed
      Anticipated njet costs with state and county apportionments not aim was promotion of 'Christian would pass such a resolution and
yet definitely known, exceed 1940'by $15,500. To attain this the ideals' but that present conduct publish same in any newspaper.                           Now this is Millburn Township
surplus is tapped for $46,000 as against $20,000 last year. This in- of the organization 'falls con- The article or statement pub- with its "Dos" and "Don'ts" and
crease largely represented appropriation of $23,875 for the begin- siderably short of that purpose.' lished above the signature of my the best dog gone citizenry in
ning of capital improvements as set forth recently in the newQualification for membership, brother, Harry, is complete in America and when have we
capital budget and which may or may not be undertaken but part he said, seems largely determ- most respects as to the law, but hidden our light under a bushel?
of which will toe subject to recapture through final assessment in ined by the section of Millburn nothing has been definitely                                              *
any event.                                                                                                           stated as to the facts produced       We adults have carried a chip
                                                                                  in which a girl might live. 'If
      Franchise and gross receipts taxes continue to be a vexing prob- you live in Glenwood you can before the Township Committee on our shoulder for a long time
lem with litigation still pending. As a safety factor a loss reserve make it. If you live in South or the Civil Service Commission, in these things with narry a
of $25,500 has been set up as has one of $5,000 to guard against pos- Mountaini you can't,' Dr. Patter-                 I was the attorney for James challenge so why get excited if
sible losses through uncollectible local improvement assessments.                                                    Finan, the patrolman, on both our kids grow up- with like no-
                                                                                  son said."
     That the entire township budget has had and may have the                                                        hearings before the Township tions?
                                                                                     Following this castigation by Committee and the Civil Service                          *
closest scrutiny is shown by the careful breakdown of departmental members of the Board, and by
appropriations wherein increases and reductions are detailed for the supervising principal him- Commission, and I may state                                Last week I heard of a Wyo-
all to see.                                                                                                          that never has such a gross mis- ming man who went to his
                                                                                  self, of a long existant faculty carriage of justice been com- banker for a loan.
                                                                                  supervised and guided Hi-Tri mitted than that of the decision                             *
                                                                                  club (in some respects a strange rendered by the Township Com-           He answered in the affirma-
Gov. Edison Makes Good Beginning                                                  spectacle) a purely factual tabu- mittee of. the Township of Mill- tive when asked if his car was
                                                                                  lation of the geographical loca- burn. Little do the South Moun- paid for, the radio free and
      Governor Edison made, a good start as an unbossed state ex- tion and the parental occupa- tain Association know of what clear and the encyclopedia in-
ecutive Monday when he named Frederick R. Colie of Millburn tions of members was printed in took place at the hearing or stallments up-to-date.
Township, as his selection as Supreme Court Justice to fill the va- both the Newark Evening News prior to the hearing before the                                            *
cancy caused by the resignation of Justice Trenchard.                             of January 23 and the Item of Township Committee, or they                Then said the banker "Do you
     Mr. Colie a Republican, has long worked for judicial reform January 24 which refuted many would have never drafted such owe any back house rent?"
in New Jersey opposing the naming of Frank Hague Jr., to the Court of the statements made at t h e a resolution. On the contrary,                          "I guess you have got me con-
of Errors and Appeals and criticising disclosed business relations of Bon I'd meeting and subsequent- they would have drafted a reso- fused with Short Hills", said the
jurists and counselors practicing in their courts.                                ly published. Paragraphs in the lution commending the Civil
                                                                                                                                                        borrower. "Wyoming hasn't had
   Recognized as a lawyer of ability and integrity, the Colie appoint- Millburn Item of January 24 in- Service Commission and the one for 15 years."
ment was hailed in all parts of the state as indicating an end of cluded:                                            Honorable Justices of the Su-
Hague domination not only of the courts but of the governor's of-                     "All agreed" (the Board meet- preme Court of our State in or- There it is folks and why pick
fice as well.                                                                     ing) "there had been anything dering the reinstatement of on little Hi-Tri girls who are
      Governor Edison has but to continue as he has begun to instill but Christian feelings engen- James Finan to his position as just carrying on in the parental
fresh confidence in New. Jersey residents. He will at the same tirrie dered in homes and hearts as a patrolman of the Township- of footsteps?
add new luster to a name made great by his father Thomas A. result of black balls and that it Millburn. ,                                                                    *
Edison. In fact the Edison name may become synonymous not only might be hi time to find out if                          I am so convinced as to the in-    Last week at the heighth of
for light but for hope as well.                                                    the board was violating the law nocence of James Finan that I the ice storm a woman of my ac-
                                                                                   in countenancing secret socie- am willing to appear at any open quaintance decided to call on a
                                    •                                              ties. That Hi-Tri like Hi-Y, meeting of the South Mountain neighbor.
      Speaking of Supreme Court justices, we have yet to see a dry should be open to all students Civic Association or any asso-
fly fisherman hang on sinkers and go to the bottom for the sake of was agreed to and as one mem- ciation in the Township of Mill-                          Despite her husband's fore-
filling his creel. He brings 'em up'to his level or leaves 'em and this ber commented it w-ill then burn and answer any question or bodings and grumbling she fared
will hold true of Fred Colie be the water clear or murky.                          probably lose it's attraction and questions by any member or forth and arrived safely and
                                           •                                       become necessary to draft girls members backed by the evi- right side up while he watched
      Vetoing a snow removal ordinance a New England mayor re-
                                                                                   for membership." ,,                dence and the exact testimony from the window.
cently said "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. I veto this                    As to the above, it should be given by all the parties at the •Turning away he remarked
appropriation for the reason that the snow will disappear if we pointed out that black balls are hearings.                                               "That woman's so muleish she's
have patience." Immediately we note' Clarence Hill asks $3,500 for not used in selecting member-                        I was born in Millburn and sure footed".
snow removal in the new budget, which puts his faith in the ship, A list of prospective mem- attended public school in Mill-                                                 *
doubtful column.                                                                   bers is voted upon, and those burn and I am a taxpayer of the           Keeping our feet on the ground
                                                                                   receiving the largest number of    Township- of Millburn and I is our best bet for coming
Editor, The Item:                             the General Federation and votes fill the quota of member- would not tolerate any misdeed months but let's be sure we're
                                              State Federation of Womens
   It has come to my attention clubs we are being constantly ship. In cases of tie, both are by any public officer or Town- right and not stubborn.
several times within the past urged to take an active interest selected. Hi-Y is not open to all ship employee. If K e l t that he                                          •
two weeks that it is being said in government and legislative students, and has a smaller were guilty of any misconduct Editor, The Item:
by som,e that the women candi- affairs. Our women are particu- quota of membership than Hi-                          in office or in his employ, I
                                                                                                                                                           Mr. Meeker makes a good case
dates for membership to the larly interested in the work of Tri.                                                     would be the first to openly
                                                                                                                                                        for peace but like them all, he
Board of Education were en- the local Board of Education                              Hi-Tri is a group which fos- condemn him for his misdeeds. falls down at the finish." Having
dorsed by the Woman's Club of and many are taking an active ters community service, there are                           In the case of James Finan, 1 sold me on it what next?
Millburn.                                                                         no secrets as to its endeavors, personally feel and am definite-         "Write my congressman"
                                              personal interest in the present and an impartial consideration ly convinced as stated from the
   According to our Club Consti- campaign.                                                                                                                 Last November 27,000,000 vot-
                                                                                  of the list of community services testimony before the Township
tution, "candidates for public                    FRANCES SIDNEY, President which it performs is convincing Committee and the Civil Service ers cast ballots for the Roose-
offices cannot be endorsed by The Woman's Club of Millburn                                                                                              velt bottled in bond brand of
                                                                                  in this regard. To determine the Commission of his innocence. I war. Another 23,000,000 voted
the club." For this reason the
club has not endorsed any can-
                                                                  •               best method of selecting a con- am stating this as a citizen and the Willkie brand. What better
didate, but 'it is with much in-                 LOUISE ENGEL has been ap- genial and cohesive group of as a believer in the rights of all evidence than this will a Con-
                                                                                  students so that it will be a n individuals definitely        setting gressman ask?
terest and pride that we ac- pointed manager of Jane Engel,
knowledge both Mrs. Lester                    East-Orange. Mi?s Engel is the effective entity and not a farce aside any thought of the law of              Politics entered then is the
                                                                                  is certainly a difficult problem. any of our courts, although Jer- only difference so now lets have
Cummins and Mrs. Wordsworth sister of Jane Engel, president
                                                                                  Would it not be best to leave the sey Justice certainly proved it- a referendum as to w _
Williams are highly esteemed of Jane Engel Dress Shops, and
members of the Woman's Club.                  she h a s been in charge of the determination of this to the stu- self to t h e high position which and see how-the great A»\\;j
                                              West End,' New Jersey branch dents and to the faculty advisers 'it ranks in our United States..            electorate views it,
   Through our affiliation with for many years.                                   who devote so much of their sin-               ABE SILVERSTEIN.                             PEACE pV
     January 31, 194! ]
                                                                        The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM                                                                                              [Page. 13]
    To The Editor                            Beauty Reaches All-Time High in New '41 Chevrolet                                                                                         LEGAL        NOTICE
                                                                                                                                                                                            (Chancery D-459)
    Editor, The Item:                                                                                                                                                      SITERJW S .SALE—In Chancery of New
                                                                                                                                                                               Jersey. Between Daniel, com-
        As a subscriber of the Item                                                                                                                                       ptatnunt, und Arthur Ahrens, et ux, flc-
                                                                                                                                                                          i'cmtsinta. I*1!,, fa., for sale or mortgaged
    and us a citizen of Millburn                                                                                                                                          premises,
    Township, I wish to make it                                                                                                                                                By virtue of the above statuil writ of
                                                                                                                                                                          f'erj facias, to me directed, I shall expose
    clour that a vote for Mrs, Wil-                                                                                                                                       for sii3e by public vemluts, a t the Cfourt
                                                                                                                                                                          House, in Newark, on Tuesday, the twen-
    lisuns for the Board of Education                                                                                                                                     ty-L'ifLh day of February, next, a t two
    docs not mean a vote against                                                                                                                                         a'ulock P. M.. all the following tract or
                                                                                                                                                                         lmreel of land anil premises hereinafter
    Mrs. Cummins. If both women                                                                                                                                           particularly described, situate, lying and
    .should be chosen the total num-                                                                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                          ik.'iriK 1 1 the Township of Millburn, Essox
                                                                                                                                                                          CVunty, New Jersey,
    ber of women on the board                                                                                                                                                  BoffUmitlB1 at a point in the Northerly
                                                                                                                                                                         lino of 11 flgnwond K<xid which point is
    would bo three, and the total                                                                                                                                        distant Westerly 180.75 test from a point
    number of men six. Even a rabid                                                                                                                                      u( curve in said line of Ridge-wood Road
                                                                                                                                                                         wlwro the same is connected .to the '\Vest-
    anli-ftnnlnlst could nol object                                                                                                                                      orly llm* M : Undercllfi! Place by a curve
                                                                                                                                                                         l:nvinK u radius of 50 feet a n d an euro
    to KUCII a distribution of respon-                                                                                                                                   ni: 80.73 feeti running thence (1) North
    sibiiiUf1..'! among groups having                                                                                                                                    ;i!) tk-srt'i.'s .J5 minutes 55 seconds HJast 110
                                                                                                                                                                          feu!; tin ni-e (2) North S deffreaB 14 min-
    in t'o with.matters of public edu-                                                                                                                                   uter 05 aeannds West 50 feeL; thence (3}
                                                                                                                                                                         S Mith 3£) t1egrt;es '15 minutes 55 seconds
    cation. Each child is educated                                                                                                                                       West 110 I'est to the said Northerly lino
    with t,lui guidance of both sexes.                                                                                                                                   of R'd8'<Hvorj(l Road; thence (4) Along the
                                                                                                                                                                         same Snuth 50 degress 14 minutes 05 .sec-
                                                                                                                                                                         ond's 1*3ast 50 feet to the point or place
       I roRret further that various                                                                                                                                     of Beginning.
    sections permit themselves the                                                                                                                                            The nbnvR being a description of lot No.
                                                                                                                                                                         EG9 on Map of South Mountain Estates,
    publicity of endorsing candi-                                                                                                                                        Mllllmrn, Essex County h N, J.. which
    d:il:\s, A public school board                                                                                                                                       map wiift prepared liy Edmund It, Hal-
                                                                                                                                                                         soy, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, New*
    aims to serve the whole com-                                                                                                                                         ;irU, N, ,1.. which" map was made Febru-
                                                                                                                                                                         ary 11th, 1038, revised October S5th, 1927.
    munity without discrimination,                                                                                                                                            Tlio approximate amount of the Decree
    without Hoctionism, and with-                                                                                                                                        lo I'Q satisfied by said sale Is the sum of
                                                                                                                                                                         one ThnuHftiid Two Hunt! red Efgnty-one
    out, political leaning.                                                                                                                                               DnllavK and Twenty-two C«ntH ($1,281.22),
                                                                                                                                                                         I trethtM" wllh the coats oC this sale.
       Let iiH vote for those candi-                                                                                                                                          Newark. N. J., January 20th, 1341,
                                                                                                                                                                                         HKNRY YOUNG JR., Sheriff.
    dates who, according to our                                                                                                                                          Nioliolas A. Tonvasulo, Sol'r.             $20.10
    knowledge, .stand on their own                                                                                                                                       Jan. 31, Fob. 7, 14, 21
    merits, and who have a vision                                                                                                                                               NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
    of finer and better opportunities
                                                                                                                                                                            Notke la hereby given that the Accounts
    for Hie kind of education which                                                                                                                                     of the Subscriber Assignee for the benefit
    tils our children for life.                                                                                                                                         o f crtuli tors of. OLD WOMAN IN THE
                                                                                                                                                                        SHOfi, INC.. will be audited and stated
                                                                                                                                                                        by thrc Surrogate a n d reported for set-
                         A FRIEND.                                                                                                                                      t lament to the Orphans' Court of thti
                                                                                                                                                                        County o£ Kssex on Tuesday, the 18th
                        •                                                                                                                                               tlay oZ February next.
    Editor, The Item:                                                                                                                                                    mti'<l December 31,
        .January 17th, Item contains                                                                                                                                                                DAVID BOBICHU
    in the letter of A. R. Meeker,
                                                                                                                                                                         Uldiard H. Thlele, Proctor,
    about the clearest, sanest, and                                                                                                                                      17 Academy Street, Newark, N« J, reasonable analysis of the                                                                                                                                     Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7
    Administration's Interventionist                                                                                                                                              NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
    Foreign Policies that I have so                                                                                                                                      B8TATTQ OF CECELIA SMYDZEN (or
    fni' come across. I am sending                                                                                                                                            S3IAY1>Z1CN), deceased.
    the clipping to a local newspa-                                                                                                                                        Motlee ia hereby given that the Afl-
                                                                                                                                                                         countH o£ the Subscriber, Administrator
    per in the hope that it will be                                                                                                                                      oC tlie estate of CECELIA SMYDZBJM (or
    included in their letters column.                                                                                                                                    HMA-TpypN),. aeqeaaed,. -yyiU be audltea:
                                                                                                                                                                         and -stated by the Surrogate and reported
            BENJAMIN F. MIESSNER,                                                                                                                                        for seUtamen-t to the Orphans' Court of
                                                                                                                                                                         the County of Essex on Tuesday, the 4th
                Miami Beach, Florida.                                                                                                                                    day of March next.
                                              Completely new .slyliiij; joins with numerous mechanical       One of the major changes is substitution of concealed       Dated January 20, 1941
    Editor, The Item:                       Improvements to make the now 1941 Chevrolet, now on safety-steps (4) for the running boards of other years, an
                                            display sit all dealers', u worthy successor to the ears improvement adding to the car's beauty without sacrifice                            JOSEPH A. F. PIIEDA
                                            which have earned Ural place in public favor year after of the safety and convenience which running boards pro-              Charles J. Stevens, Proctor
     lu a recent issue of a daily           year. The greater .size and roominess of the new models, vide. At (5) is the six-cylinder Chevrolet valve-in-head            810 Broad Street
                                                                                                                                                                         Newark, N. J.                     •
  newspaper I noticed that our              as well as their .sleek new be;v.:fy, we njiparsnt in the engine for 1941, in which many refinements have been               Jan. 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, SI
  neighboring community of Union            Special Do Luxe .Sport Sedan, shown above.                    made. Horsepower is increased from 85 to 90 without affect-
  has reduced Its tax rate from               At (2) is shown the spiK'ioiiK interior of the same model's ing economy; and cooling, lubrication and carlmretion
                                            rear compartment, and at (;t) is its front compartment, are all improved. In circle is the new switch which reverses
  something over $5.00 in 1935 to
  $4.OS in 1941. While quite un-
  familiar with the "inner work-
  ings" of this town in just driv-
                                            showing two-spoke steering wheel with horn-blowing ring, the ignition current polarity each time the starter is oper-
                                            now sliding-typc sun visors, and smartly re-styled dash. ated, indefinitely prolonging the life of distributor points.

                                         coming a cheap housing com-                the future as it is now well be-               NOTHING CAN be great which
                                                                                                                                                                           ART            MATEitiAL
                                                                                    low that of Union's, as well as                           —
                                                                                                                                is not right. • Samuel Johnson.            Decorative Painters Supplie
  ing through it becomes apparent        munity.                                                                                                                           317 Millburn Ave.          Mltlhurn 0-1BXI
  that Union is a fast growing-             However, with Its still unde-           keeping Millburn one of New                    THE FINAL proof of greatness
  community of small, inexpensive        veloped land I see no reason why           Jersey's" fastest growing com-              lies in being able to endure con-
                                                                                    munities.                                                                              Everybody reaila the Classlfiod adver-
  homes, most of which haw been          certain outlying acreage cannot                                                        tumely without resentment. —            tisements. Vnur littJH tltl there, If fchero in
                                                                                                                                                                        a market tor what you want to sell, Is
  built since 1935,                      be developed with small homes                               TAX MINDED                 Elbert Hubbard.                         sure to briiiB results.
     Any lowering of tax rate in         on which the existing long term
  these troublesome times is com-        finance plans could be pur-
  mendable but if Millburn can           chased by many deserving fam-
 keep under the $4.00 rate with-
 out lessening the standards' of
: Its building code I am all for it
 as I do not favor Millburn be-
                                         ilies in the lower income
                                            This may be an answer to
                                         keeping Millburn's tax rate in
                                                                                       DAVE'S                                                                    MARKET
                                                                                       Free Delivery                                                             347 Millburn Ave.
       CUT                                                                            Fresh Killed Fancy Turkeys       ib.29c
      HATE                                                                            Jersey Loins of Pork             ib.l9c
                                                                                      Prime Rib Roast of Beef          ib.32c
      100 Aspirin Tablets                                                                                              ib.27c                                           BROCCOLI                                   19c
                                                          4 cakes 19c
                                                                                      Legs of Lamb                                                                      RASPBERRIES                                19c
      PalmoHVe ^oap                                                                   L. I. Ducks                      lb. 19c                                          FILET OF HADDOCK                           22c

      Paper Napkins LOOS
                       '                                                  6«--        Tenderized Smoked Hams           ib.27c                                                                 I T f LO A T S
                                                                                                                                                                                             9 9 % » % PURE

                                                                                      Short Cut Smoked Tongues         •lb.27c
      Theraj>eutic Lamp
                        Complete with 2.60 watt Bulb                                  Fresh Killed Broilers and Fryers h 29c
                                                                                                                                                                                            IVORY SOAP
                                                                                                                                                                           arge         .    Medium

      Hill's Cascara Quinine                                                                                                                                                3 for 25c                3 for 16c
                                                                                                                                                                                            9 9*&     V> P U R E

                SPECIAL!       Watch for our gigantic lc Sale
                                    Starts February 6th                                                                  ROLLS                                for21c
                                                                                                                                                                                               For face
                                                                                                                                                                                             And Hands

                                                                 HA LBS                                           WALDORF, . .                 ROLLS       3 for 12c
      3-13 Mlllblira Are.,
                                                                AGKNCY                                                                          ROLLS 3 for 25«
         Cor, Main St.                                                                                            5COTTOWELS .                                                    Soap                    25c
«        Telephone                                          S. B. Fruchtiuan             Phone Millburn 6-1730 for Prompt Delivery — m—                                 Cold Beers and Beverages
       MHburn <M>M9                                             Ph. G.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ['January 31, 1941]
[Page 14]
                                                                                          The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM
                                                                                                                                                            JLonien's League                                               S H OR T S
                           SPORTS * *                                                                                                                       DubonnotB
                                                                                                                                                                             TEAM STANDING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 H.S, '
                                                                                                                                                                                                              An ambitious baseball sched-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Here & There
                                                                                                                                                                                        27       24     591!.8    729
                                                                                                                                                                                        2(i      20       ule for his Rutgers University
                                                                                                                                                                                                       610.28     701
                                                      semi-finals are scheduled to                                                                          (ollUl                      SI!      2(i    (137.2-1  767
                                                                                                                                                                                                          nine has been worked out by
                                                                                                                                                            Intevnailomils                              588.39    0118
M.H.S. Downs                                          return to Short Hills. By mutual                                                                                                  23       28
                                                                                                                                                            Omul. Spm'lu ..             IS       33       Chuck Ward, who will issue his
                                                                                                                                                                                                       402,3      050
                                                      agreement of the, contestants                                                                         Knii-lt Kmit'Us
                                                                                                                                                                        I N D I V I D U A I J STAMPING!
                                                                                                                                                                                                          first call for candidates some-
                                                      this arrangement was made to                                                                          Individual              a                 Av. time next month. Chuck is start-
Madison                                               eliminate a trip here when most
                                                      of the players were already in
                                                                                                                                                            I). Tlghu .'.-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ing his fourth year as coach of
                                                                                                                                                                                                          the Scarlet and during that time
                                                      New York.                                          Millburn Bowling Club                              Lyni'll                       51
                                                                                                                                                                                                     138.31        ISO
                                                                                                                                                                                                          has built Rutgers into a real
                                                                                                                                                                                                     136,13        165
           By Bailey Gallison                                                                                                                               (Uintllc
                                                                                                                                                                                          48         134,16        109
    Coming from behind in the                            Quarter - final matches will                TEAM: S T A N D I N G                                  Cooke
                                                                                                                                                                                           45             baseball threat worthy of meet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     133.42        179
                                                                                                                                              U.S.          NnlaililHi            ••••
 second period a scrappy Mill-                        pit Prank Iannicelli, defending
                                                                                   Sinilh Mountain 20
                                                                                                                       I,.       Av.
                                                                                                                                1182,18         770         Barry                          3D        133.21
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ing the top teams of the east.
                                                                                                                                                             Smilli                        61
 burn live downed a favored                           titleh older and brother of Tom
                                                                                   Maruhiill'H              2S        I"        «i7(•.40        SOS
                                                                                                                                                771          Nlot'tikle              ,     •IK       l:>7.47       10!)       *
                                                                                   Ciiwi Oollimlm --.. aS             17         088.41                                                               127.32        158
 madison quintet 29-19 on the                          Iannicelli, Short Hills Club pro,
                                                                                   A m e r i c a n I.i-siou 2(1 1 0 ( ! R | .                    814         TmWe                           12
                                                                                                                                                                                            III)      127.1    Summit appears to be the
                                                                                   Lyneh's Painters 21 21                        IKili.18        748         l.aelmt
 home court last Friday night.                         against J. C. Treadwell; J. B.
                                                                                   Taylor Pfiiii            Ill 211 (i(i;i.!i                    802            llmh Bcmro —                               team to beat in the Suburban
                                                                                                                                                                                        Allays 1 iint! 2 — Keon-
                                                       Quincy vs. Prank Hanson; F. Nanh Amb'Hs'il'ra 13 :sa                      li;i:!.21       731         nil, 107; Alleys i uml 1 - - BorlKwItli 210.
 This was the Blues third victory                                                   Young M. Club 12 83                          (M'J.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Conference basketball race and
 as against as many defeats,                           Barry Ryan of Short Hills vs.                                                                                                                       considerable interest will cen-
                                                       Frank Brodil; E. P. Field of              INDIVIDUAL STANDING
                                                                                                                               Av.             U.S.                                                        ter in the Millburn return con-
     In the first period both teams                    Short Hills vs. W. K. Rice,  Individual                *-'•
                                                                                    llapim-li               <GI               182.31             :H-J                                                      test tonight at Summit. Off to a
  displayed a tight defense and
  were forced to take many long
                                                          The final round will be played
                                                        Sunday afternoon at the Short
                                                                                                                              1 S2,2i)
                                                                                                                                                                               200!                        poor start against non-confer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ence teams Summit put on the
  shots, most of which . were                                                       Apuar                    ;li)             177.25              222
                                                                                                                                                                        Bowlers This Week
  missed. The ice was broken sev-                       Hills Club, "with Iannicelli and
                                                                                    Lynch                    -IB              177.14              216
                                                                                                                                                                                                           pressure and is off to a long lead
                                                                                     Dante         -         -lfi              175. X                                        TWO 800 UAMEH
  eral times, however, and Madi-                        either Rice or Field expected to
                                                                                     Pritohard                  45             174.31             223                                                       in the present chase. Millburn
                                                                                                                               1.72.12            2-17            " B " Leagua — Coop»r 212, 21 li; Buto
  son had a 5-4 lead over the Blues                     be the contestants.          Chango
                                                                                                              •"!'             172.12             211                  202, 205.                            conceded a good chance to re-
                                                                                     Terono                                    171.22              2111            .SUHiness League — Kane 214, 215.        tain its 1940 title at the start of
  when the session was over.                                                         "Widniayer                 12             171.21             228                          ONE 200 GAME
                                                                                                                                                                  Bowllnif Club — Uosllti 223, Dante        the season has been a big dis-
      Coming into the second period                                                                             Vr                                                      221.                                appointment to its supporters
   die Millburn five regained much
   of their last year's form and zip
                                                         Caldwell                     "i?" Bowling League
                                                                                                                                                                  "D" Lftajyua — Tiffhe 215, McCauley
                                                                                                                                                                       205, Wlttkop J r . , 204, It. Mar- thus far being away off the
                                                                                                                                                                       shall 201, Terono 200.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             pace. However, we predict re-
                                                                                                                                                                  "C" 1,1'HRUO — Sautter 205, E r b "201,
   by holding a 14-11 lead at the
   half. Carmen Piccolo set Madi-                        Upsets M.H.S.               Team
                                                                                     Caati Colombo
                                                                                                      TEAM STANDING
                                                                                                                          h.        Av.
                                                                                                                                                1-1. S.
                                                                                                                                                                       Gould 200.
                                                                                                                                                                  Bualnesa Lettgue — J. Miller V-'G, Mo*
                                                                                                                                                                        Cnltum    221, ClernrdieUo 215,
                                                                                                                                                                                                             turn meetings with some of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             clubs which have taken the
   son ahead 6-4 with a free throw                                                   Post Offkro ...,          29       1!l        838.11          833                  Baetanev 201,                        measure of the Blue and White
   when the period opened but                     By Bailey Gallison                  So. Mountain             20       19         820.27          •HiS

                                          Outscoring Millburn in every M. C. OBev.                             28        19        814.12          924                                                       will show a different result with
   Warren DePalma tied the score                                                      Catullo'u                21                  797.10
                                                                                                                                                    889                                                      Coach Focht's five climbing
   immediately with a beautiful period a strong Caldwell team                         Marahtill's              IS        30
                                                                                                                         31        775.34           870
                                        downed the Blues 27-21 in the Qlsnwonu
                                                                                                               17                                                                                            above their present position.
   long shot. Jim Tombyll gave the
   victors a 7-6 advantage when he      high school gym last Thursday. Gk'inviinil
                                                                                                               11        13
                                                                                                                                                                 JV1H.S. Meets                                                  *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Do you remember ten years
    was awarded a foul shot but this This was the home team's third Individual                    INDIVIDUAL STANDING
                                                                                                                                 Av.             U.S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ago this week in The Item —
   didn't last long as Piccolo made     Conference loss as against one Cooper
    a field goal giving the visitors victory.                                         McCauley
                                                                                                                                                                 Summit                                       when Chatham took the meas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ure of Coach Smith's Millburn
                                                                                       SoHiorn                                  173.12
    the lead 8-7. Following this Tom-     In the.first period both teams GnddiH                                  47
                                                                                                                                                     224                                                      High basketball team by a 27-15
                                                                                                                 3li                                 2:i:i           Two games face the Millburn count? Millburn's line-up in-
- byll made good another free started slow but toward the end Marekelta                                         I
                                                                                                             . -K               172.41
                                                                                                                                                     229         High School basketball team cluded Cianci, Flaherty, Poznan-
    throw to knot the score and of this session the scoring It. Marshall               NViuknp, Jr
                                                                                                                -12              172.34              213
                                                                                                                                                                 this week, the first of which ski, Spriggs, Piccuito, Clinton,
                                                                                                                                 171.11              253
    then he set the Blues out in started with Caldwell leading 7-6 M. Bufo             Smith
                                                                                                                 17              171.                22:!        Will be played at Summit to- Starke, Stanziale, Tighe and
    front with field goal. Warren at the gun.                                          Gravo                    ;!S              170.12
                                                                                                                                                     211         night and the second at home Hornecker with Spriggs taking
    DePalma scored right after him         The second period was also Weibel Score — -in High                   Alleys 1 and                   — M.              Tuesday with Chatham provid- the scoring honors for Millburn
     and gave Millburn a 12-8 lead, slow and the Blues, missing Buto, 253; Alloys 3 and 4 D'Andrea,                                                              ing the opposition.
                                                                                       242.                                                                                                                   with 9 points.
     after Prank Maielo's free shot some good chances were on the
     and another field goal by Pic- tailend of a 13-10 half-time                                                                                                     The varsity with Warren De-                 The police department bowl-
                                                                                                                                                                 Palma flashing some of his last ing team of Straub, Herbstsom-
     colo Marshall scored for the score.                                               ,"C" Bowlin ? L •ue                                                       year's ^coring form will be out er, Stoeckle, Wade and Camp-
     Blues leaving the half-time           In the third period, however,
     score 14-11.                        the visiting quintet had a hard Team                           TEAM STANDING                                            to avenge the early season de- bell took three games from the
                                                                                                                 W. U Av.                          U.S.
        In the third period the Blues job keeping theiiv lead as the Sautter's                                   3 H 10               813,44          900         feat at the hands of Summit fire department team of Taylor,
                                                                                        Lacltaw'na Tav. :i t
     presented an air-tight defense home-team tied the score twice, Calvort Five .... 2!) . IB 805,21) 940                 1I         803.:15         939         and remove the Hilltoppers from Lewitt, McCollum, Hayes and
     as Madison scored only on a A t the start of the period a foul American Lesion 24 24 773.30 879
                                                                                        A. & P Supermen 25 2 1 770.3         1                                    the undefeated class in the Sub- Lynch in a Recreation Bowling
     free throw by Piccolo, DePalma, a n ( }a field goal by Jim Bown, Eflenheea                                  17 31 710.9                          882         urban Conference. M i l l b u r n League match?                      1
                                                                                        Tony's AtnOOO .. 17 31 737.
     Sammartino and Tombyll made Millburn forward, knotted the The Mauclla's .... S L!!l 718.16 815
                                                                                                                                                      818         came close to defeating Coach
                                                                                                                     I                                            Cornog's five in the first con-                 Our invitation of last week to
     good the eight points Millburn s c o r e 1 3 _i 3 , After Bill Ebner had
     scored. In the last period the put Caldwell ahead, Jim Tom- Individual
                                                                                                    INDIVIDUAL STANDING;
                                                                                                                                                                  test which ended in a" near free league secretaries or others in-
                                                                                                                     <!• ' Av.
      scoring see-sawed back and byll of the Blues again tied the Frelman ..:           Chango                     46             174.B6               232         for all and Coach Focht and his terested to send in bowling notes
      forth — first Madison scoring score 15-all. Then Ralph Pollara                    Qnuld
                                                                                                                                                       223         squad will be aiming for a well from the various leagues has
      then Millburn. The Blues were caged two successive baskets to Laehat              Culllo                     45           180.7                  284
                                                                                                                                                                    deserved win. Their big job will still to be accepted. Why not
                                                                                                                   42              1(17.39
      never headed,, however, in this give Caldwell a lead it never re- WtlHtm          Gentile                    'IS             1116.44             283         be to stop Prank Paul, leading take a chance and see whether
      uc.^                                                                                                          -IS            165,26               205
                                                                                                                                                                    scorer of the Conference and we mean what we said when we
      period as the ten point lead^they ii n q U i s hed as the period ended. Sautter                               47             164.11              221
                                                                                                                                                        225         Twill who is also high up in ihe offered to see that it was pub-
      had piled up gave them plenty         Don McWilliams, who led the Kaohau           Mardtelta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                lished? Notes don't have to te
                                          Caldwell attack in the first half BftlUll                                 45              1(i2
                                                                                                                                                        228         individual scoring race.
      of lea-way.
                                                                                                                                                                       Chatham is reputed to have a long and we will edit them if you
                                                                                         Trlolo                     -IS            161.28
         Warren DePalma paced the was high scorer for both teams nuu 240; Alleys Alleys 4 — Gentile W 235.
                                                                                             IIlB'h Score —                   1 and 2                  os-
                                          with 13 points. Jim Bown of Mill-                                       3 and                                             strong team and with its recent So desire.
      Millburn attack and was tied for
                                                                                                                                                                    victory over Caldwell looms as a
       scoring honors with. Carmen burn and Ralph Pollaro of the                                                                                                                                                   PARTIES ARE expensive
                                                                                                                                                                    real threat to the Millburn vars-
       Piccolo of Madison with eleven visitors were runners-up with n •                                         i\ r •> r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 because of what the gues
                                                                                         Business Men s League                                                      ity.                            :
       points apiece. Jim. Tombyll of eight points                                                                                                                                                               smoke, drink, and eat, b u t
                                                                                                          ISAM STANDING
       Millburn had 8 points while Don Mlllblirn        G. TT. 1'. OtiliTwdU G. V. V. Team
                                                                              0 0 0
                                                                                                                   "W. L.                 Av.         H.S.                                                       cause of the half-consumed
                                          Torobyll. t. 3 0 8 Armstng f.                   Ideas Ulner              S4        17          776.11          940
       Marshall of the same team had Marshall, f. 0 0 0 Pollara, f. 4 0 8 TK                                                                                                                                     tions that they leave on
                                           Bown, t.      3 2 8 Hollar,
       six. Cookie Sammartino and DoPalma, e. 2 0 i MeW ms 6 1 13 Miller's Mkt1 1 8
       Chink Passarelli although not Pas'olll, g. 1 1 3 Trio, g, 0 0 0 Joe's Meat Mkt. 30 23 730.50 851
                                                                                                                                                         S79      High Loses To                                  trays, plates, and tabletops,
       sharing in the scoring honors       Sam'tlno, g. 0 0 0 Ebner.          1 1 3 l.onerguri'« H(l\v.
                                                                                          TJeeeherol't                                    71(1.20         OOlj                                                                      •
       played their best defensive game      Totals     9 3 21        Totals 12 3 27 Item Homely M. Club
                                                                                                                                                          706     Columbia 28-26                while Warren DePalma proved
                                                                                                                                                                                                to be Millburn's best bet w i t h U
       yet this year breaking up play                                                                 INDIVIDUAL STANDING
        after play.                                                                                                     Q.             Av.              H.S. . A disastrous fourth quarter iii markers,          Columbia used t n        e
                      fl   j , p | Mnillson
                                           Blue Monday League Individual                   V. Kane                     33
                                                                                                          A. Mieainger ....       48
                                                                                                                                         105.10       2 lil which the home team outscored players in an effort to h i t pal
       Tombyll, f. 3       2 8 I younB £• 0          0 0
                                                                            TEAM STANDING                 Itolh                   51     164.32       220   the Blue and White 13-3 proved dirt ..and the inrush of fresh
                                   McG'w'n, I.      0 3                                                                          •44"    158.32       218
       BaPalrna, t. 6
       Mraihsall, 1. 3
                                   Piccolo f.       3 11     Ten         ra      W. L. Av.          H.S.
                                                                                                          G(.!i-ardlelk> •
                                                                                                                                  44     158.13     ',215   the downfall of Coach Frank players apparently wore down
                                                             Rollins             2»      5 371.2
       B"»wn, 0.     0
                                   Doty, 0.         0 0.
                                                    1 1      HoboliukB           15 12       27S.23 300 k McCollum
                                                                                                                                  4fi    157.10       221   Focht's Millburn high school five the Millburn varsity                          h
                           0 0 Maielb, a,                                                            367  .7,' Speranzo         . 42     156.S5       210
       ITaenza, c. 0
       Pas' relH, K. 0     0 0 Mas'llo, E.          1 3      Bluebirds
                                                                                 13 14
                                                                                        13 ,292.25
                                                                                             326.26  377  Collanrtrea             41      1511.23     190   Tuesday afternoon at Columbia, played the entire game
                            0 2 Croa, s-
                                                    0 0                                                                           48      155.5        212
                                                                                                                                                                                                 only one substitution.
       Hfim'ti-no, B. 1                               0 0    Chickadees          12 IB       286.15 357   J. O'Cone                                         the home team winning 28-26.
       Fln'sey, B. 0        0 0 Cole, e-                     Cardinals :         12 15       272.24  338  J. Marciirutonio         45     154.24       201
                                   LaSa-pio, B. 1   • 0' 2                                                                         43     153.10       225
                                                             Wrens               11 16       270.S3 332   h. Bui'o         ...
                                                                                                                                  43      151.2        210      Running up a 13-3 lead at half           NOTK'U 01? SBTTLKMK1S1"
                                                             Oriolcn             10 17       313.16  378  ft, Tlb'lie
                     12    5 29     Totals      7    5 18                                                                                                   time Millburn seemed to be due ESTATE OF MARTHA B . J A T T 1 5 R . * |
                                                                       INDIVIDUAL. STANDING
                                                             Individual                     Av.     H.S.       GAMES REMAINING for Mill- to win as the Columbia sharp-                                erased,                                   *
                                                             D. Tighe             -24      154.11    192
                                                                                                          burn on the Lackawanna Bas- shooters proved to be not so                                  Notice Is heroliy Bivon t h a t , t h e , .
        Squash Title                                         Barry
                                                                                                          ketball League schedule are: sharp missing numerous .shots. countstrustee (lie Rnlisorlber,lust D xWciul tl r i ii
                                                                                                           February 8 — Millburn at Sum- Leading 23-15 at the start of Testament Of be audited Eand THt-a.t*.*4-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 under t h e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I  e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                . JA TISR,'
                                                                                           110.19     147                                                                                        ceased, will
                                                              Pbver '.             .27-                    mit; February 12 — Irvington at the final stanza, Millburn's stal- the Surrnwale a n d reported tor x i r t t l e
        At Stake                                                y
                                                                                                      133 Millburn; February 26 — Mill-
                                                                                                                                                  -          warts apparently tired fast be- to theon Tuesday,Court 4thId a yC io ufi
                                                                                                           burn at Madison and February ing able to score only three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              of ho    i

                                                              Anderson .                    98.12     133
            As was expected the quarter-                      Hris'KS .....                  90.9     139
                                                                                                           28 — Livingston at Millburn. • points while the Cougars re- Dated J a n u a r y 2 1 , 1841
                                                              Klein                          05.11    137
        finals of the New Jersey State                        Jackaon .:.
                                                                                 . 37
                                                                                                           Spectators are admitted to all gained their form to tie and fin-                             MARY C A T H E R I N E COX
        Squash tennis championship now                                                                     home games free of charge.                         ally pass and defeat the fight-
         hfli-ncr contested at the Short                         TO DO AS you would be done                                                                                                       Oliver Rnrulolp'h, Prootor
                                                                                                                                                              ing Blues,                           128 Mfirkot Street,
        Hills Club will be played or have                     by, is the plain, sure, and un- Kverybody reiult* the CliiNMii'ied tidver-
                                                              disputed rule of morality and ttuwnenta. Yourwhat youthere, If there is
                                                                                                                               little ml
                                                                                                                                                                                                             N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                 Rice, Columbia guard, led his Newark, Fob. 7, 14, 21, 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Jan, 31,
       . been played in New York some-                                                                      u market for                 wiint to sell, is    team in scoring with.' ten points
         time before tomorrow when the                        justice. ~- Lord Chesterfield.                    xiiru to brine results.
[January 31, 1941 ]                                                The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                                                                                                       l

    BIG TOP                                                                                                                                                                                               By ED WHEELAN

     COME,COME, 5UJE£THEART,                                                        CLOWN AtLEy                                           •AHD IN HER D R E S S I N G
     CHEER UP1, MOMJ PROMISE                                                                                                              TENT,                                                           GBE WHtZ ,
     HE TWAT Vou'lL                                      THINK OF FILING A                                                                Or                                                              LPOV, THAT'S
     ALL ABOUT                                           UNLESS HE MAD                                                                              ALOUD -
     ESCAPE- "• PROMISE !!                                                                                                                                                                                  MATTER
                                                         AND WAS      A
                                                          AT HEART !!
                                                                                                                                            SHOULD EVER HAPPEM
                                                                                                                                            TO VbU. DARLING, I'D
                                                                                                                                             31)ST D>IE -THAT'S

                                          Syracuse, Georgetown, Temple            ored to make the nucleus, for                                                                                     at M WJIlnw .striiiit to prumlaoa ulLiuiloil
                                                                                                                                                                 OKDKK TO LIMIT                     ut lilA Main Struot.
Ward To Coach                             and Seton Hall, major foes who
                                          have not been met within the
                                                                                  the first nine along with the
                                                                                  veteran catcher Lee Dwulet,                                                             January o, liMl
                                                                                                                                            ESTATE OP OHARI/OTTJU IJOWKNDON,
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Oh,1o(H'onH, if any, Hhouki bo rnfldo Im-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    mi'rtiati'ly in wrltlnw lo Malia! CJnff Dimm-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    er, Tuwnnhip Clork r>f tho TinvnHliip of
                                          last ten years.                           Perkins, ace of the pitching                                              1                                     Mlllliurn.
                                                                                                                                                     decea-asu .
Rutgers Again                               Pending official approval, the
                                          Hears of Newark will be played
                                                                                  staff, and a standout in col-
                                                                                  legiate ranks, will be relieved of
                                                                                                                                               Pursuant to the order of BUQENJ9 P .
                                                                                                                                            HOFFMANN, BurrogatG of tho County of
                                                                                                                                            ISBBOX, UIIH day inutli?, on tho application
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Jim. 2-i, 1 11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      DOMJNIOIC CATDLtO

                                                                                  considerable burden by the ad-                            nf tho untler-sinmed, EJxeeutor of said de-
  Nineteen i n t e r-c 011 e giate        in ail exhibition game April 15th,                                                                ne'ftKQd, noLk'o in hereby fc-ivnn to tliu credi-                 NOTICE OW 8KTTtI!J!HMNT
games and a tentative date with           in the closing .stages of their         vent of two very promising                                tors of saitd discGftHad, to axlilbU to the
                                                                                                                                            gubacrUier under or affirmation,                  ISKTATJO OF HEKTIIA M. 3. KKII1I3K,
the Newark Bears are listed in            training season prior to offic-         sophomores, left hander Perd                              iliiHr claims and domniKlB imwlnst thes
                                          ially opening the International         Ratti, and Emil Potzer, towering                          jatata nt Biiiil dsceoaed, within six months
the impressive Rutgers baseball                                                                                                             frnin tin* date, or tlioy WMI lie fornvisr
schedule for this spring, it was          League season.                          right hander. Both have speed                             barred from pro-socuUnfi or nacovorlns                     NoLlcs in Imrcliy fctlvwn that Urn Ac-
                                                                                                                                            tho Hamo fLgaitirtt the aubacribar.                     (.•oiinis nf tho SubserlbBr, HxuGUtor of tho
revealed today by Director of                Ten lettermen will be on hand        and a good variety of offerings                                                                                   (nut Will juid Tcstnment of BEKTHA M,
                                          to greet Coach Ward when                to bring up to the varsity and,                                                   STIWKHSTKIN
                                                                                                                                                                     H Ann Y                        J, HKIHEH, (ienstlBoa, will lin amlltcil (mil
Athletics George E. Little.                                                                                                                                          114 Main Stroat,               alined liy tlics SiirrtiKtito and repOTtoil tar
                                          practice gets under way in an-          lacking only in experience, they                                                    Millburn, N. J.               ci'ttliMiu'iil: lo ilm brulmns' Court of tha
  Going into their fourth sea-                                                    should soon gain the seasoning                            Tan, 10, 17, 24, 31, Fob. 7                             Clounty i>f IO.SHCX on Tuc«day, tho 2tU!i
                                        ' other month. Frank Brock, and                                                                                                                             d:iy of Fuliruary nt.xt.
son under Coach Chuck Ward,                                                       needed to make them regulars.
                                          Jim Wallace, stellar infielders;                                                                                                 NCTICK                   Datftd JuniKiry M, 1B41
former big leaguer from Mill-,                                                                                                                                                                                       FH3HKBAL TWUST COMPANY
                                          Bob Freeman and Werner Kuhn,                                                                         TAKB NOTICH THAT Doralnlolc Ca-
burn, the Scarlet batsmen will                                                                                                                                                                      Llndttbury, HlGBlmun, Zlnlc &
                                          outfielders; and pitchers Jim                                                                     Hillo 'intpndH to apply to tlin Townahlp                         Laffoi'ty, I'i'octora,
face Yale for the first time since                                                                                                          Oommlttao of tho Township of Millburn
                                          Perkins and pzzie Day, who is                                                                     in Uio County of EHKCX, NUW Jersey, tor                 2i Goinitiuroe Strooti
1882, while tackling Colgate,                                                           AIIVCII'UHO In (Jio I'l'i'iiH In order to           transfer of 3'lmiary Itotall Dlatrlliutlon               N'uwmk, N.1 J.
                                          well known In Millburn, are fav-           (lid Imyitiir publio.                                  Ijlt'i'iijjo Ni>. 11-2 from premlaea altuatod            Jan, 17, M, 31, Fob, 7. U

                                                                                                        LEGAL NOTICE

                                                                   THE TOWNSHIP OF MILLBURN, NEW JERSEY
                                                                     CONDENSED COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET                                                     '
                                                                           DECEMBER 31, 1940 AND 1939

                                          ASSETS                                                                                                                     LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS
CURRENT OPERATING ACCOUNT                                                                                              CURRENT OPERATING- ACCOUNT
                                                        1940                                    1939                                                                                  1940                                                            1939
     Cash                 '.                         $222,187.12                             $147,871.59                             Local School Taxes Payable 2nd Half School
     Taxes Receivable                                  90,692.52                              140,394.73                                 Year                                  ,,, $182,828.89
     Tax Title Liens                                    7,294.25                                                                                                                                                                                   $182,036.77
                                                                                               14,133,41                             Budget Appropriation Reserves — to pay bills
     Foreclosed Tax Title Liens and Property Ac-                                                                                         not presented as of December 31st           23,488,48
         quired by Deed                                35,616.36                                                                                                                                                                                     22,822.95
                                                                                                 28,605,86                           Prepaid Revenues — Taxes and Fees Received
     Franchise and Gross Receipts Taxes Receivable     46,214.23                                 16,631.89                               in Advance                                  64,536.76                                                       19,562,53
     Other Accounts Receivable                          1,481.58                                  1,025.55                           Accounts Payable — Deposits, etc
     Deferred Charges                           ..,.                                              1,294.12                                                                            5,968.53                                                        4,106.68
                                                                                                                                     Overcollected Taxes Payable                                                                                        716.35
     Due from Capital Account                               5.00                                                                     Payable to Capital Account                         950.01
                                                                                                                                     Payable to Trust Account                   „       f68.62
                                                                                                                                     Surplus — Cash                                 126,654.72                                                       99,388.08
                                                                                                                                     Surplus — Reserves                               7,475.05                                                       20,048.79
                                                            $412,491.06                      $349,957.15                                                                                                  $412,491.06                              $349,957.15

 rRUST ACCOUNT                                                                                                         TRUST ACCOUNT
     Cash                                           $ 1,968.42                               $    2,849.00                 Assessment Notes Outstanding ,...-.                                                     17,017.94                            978.55
     Assessments Receivable                          18,178.74                                    3,175.22                 Trust Surplus Reserves                                                                  14 453 61                         15,184.53
     Assessment Title Liens                             978.30                                    2,327.55                 Trust Surplus — Cash                                                                     1,707 48                          1,870.45
     Foreclosed Assessment Title Liens and Proper-
         ty acquired by Deed                    .,.  11,464.95                                    9,681.76
     Due from Current Account                           588.62
                                                            $ 33,179.03                      $ 18,033.53                                                                                                  $ 33,179.03                              $ 18,033.53

 CAPITAL ACCOUNT                                                                                                       CAPITAL ACCOUNT
     Cash                                              $ 32,211.49                                7,916.52                 Serial Bonds Payable           ,.  ,    $660,000.00                                                                     $701,000.00
     Improvements in Progress                            43,l.r6.52                              93,937.81                 Bond Anticipation Notes Payable           41,257.50                                                                       74,063.95
     Curb Connections Recoverable                           852.32                                  888.26                 Retained Percentages Payable               2,573.79                                                                          844.81
     Deferred Charges to Future Taxation B o n d e d -                                                                     Down Payments Reserved for Improvements
         Representing the depreciated value of all                                                                             in Progress                           15,843.29                                                                        6,030.79
       . Capital Improvements Bonded ~ Roads,                                                                              Deposits for Improvements Reserved             4 80                                                                          236 53
         Sewers. Buildings, Etc                         660,000.00                            701,000.00                   State and Federal Aid Reserved                                                                                            39,649,48
     Deferred Charges to Future Taxation — Not                                                                             Due Current Account                            5.00
         Bonded — To be Provided for in Future                                                                             Capital Surplus                           16,866.77                                                                        3,9G6.23
         Budgets                                            221.22                               20,570.04
     Due from Current Account                                                                     1,275.00
     Accounts Receivable                                    109.60                                  194.16
                                                            $736,551.15                      $825,781.79                                                                                                      $736,551.15                          $825,781.79

 'he above balance sheet is prepared in ordeB-to show the position of the Township in as concise form as possible, many accounts required by the Department of Local
            Government having been excluded in order to obtain this form.                                                      '                    • •

 IASH TAX COLLECTIONS 1940 - 1939                                                                                                                                                                                       .
                                                                                                         1940                                                                       1939
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                                                                           Current                                     All                                     Current                             All                                             — ^ ^ _
                                                                             Year                                   Arrears                                      Year                            Arrears                                            ,
                           Adjusted Amount for Collection                 $993,748.70                              $145,614.67                               $1,002,589.63                      $226,506.43                                               :
                           Cash Collected              ....,..,........,„ $898,406.41                              $125,813,42                               $ 875,795.89                       $195,874.88

                           Percentage of Cash Collections                         WU                                    88%                      •       -           87%       .                        86%        .           •

  ublished by direction of the Township Committee.                                                                                                                         GEORGE O. LORD, Township Treasurer.
                       MABEL GOFF DEEMER,                                                                                                                                                     January 27, 1941
                                    Township Clex-k.
I   [Page 16]

          Classified                                  "That This Nation
                                                                                   The Millhurn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                          [January 31, i 9 4 I

           Section                                                                 •         •        •
                                                      For monthly comment by Township citizens, on things political,
                     LOST                         sponsored by Millburn Republican Club, to whom send contributions
    SAVINGS BANK BOOK NO. 11070                 C
                                               o lor use here.
      Ftrat National Bank ot Millliurn, N.     3.
      Payment haa been stopped,        Winder
      plaase return C bank.          31-1-4077                                     •         •        •
                     WBSliV WANTED
    WOMAN with ability to develop a busi-
                                                            Quite appropriately, we Inau- lead us — all of us • • ahead —
                                                         gurate these comments with two in peace! — "THAT THIS NA-
                                                         other Inaugurations.                  TION,"
                                                                                                                                                                      FINE WINES
      ness in MUlburn and Short Hills In full
      or timo. Opportunity to earn
      pplemlHl Income depending upon time
      devoted. Writo Box X caro of Item.
                                                             THE FIRST THIRD TERM —              EDISON        INAUGURATED.
                                                         with National unity essential — With a great opportunity • to
                                           24-2-4008 but not too sure as we see some press for Government Reorgani-
                                                                                                                                                                     AND LIQUORS
                      JOYM KNT WANTKD                    tendency to make Isolation our zation — Election Reform — Tax                                               Buy with Confidence
    YCYHNO WOMAN, colored, wishes days Party's stand. Unity, far from Reduction — a Real financial
       work, erood laundress, or 3 or 4 morn- inspired by the President, who success for the State. As Repub-                                                          The More You Buy,
       ings a wook as part time worlcor. Good
       racoiYirn Emulation, Oall all week Mill- calls for it, but fails to recognize licans from Essex, these things                                                   the More You Save
       burn 6-046K-J.                      31-1-4078
                                                         that BOTH parties must cooper- are close to our purposes, and
    YOtTN'G MAN wishes position as Imller- ate and who fails to even ask co-operation is what the people
       ohaulTcmr or fia cook in Idtohen, Good
       local references. Telephone attar 8 P. for the minority's ideas on the will demand. If a program is
       M. MtuUson R-IKG2-W.                31-1-4079     vital British Aid Bill' — 1776. To not proposed — then the Repub-
                                                                                                                                  CLARK GABLE and Vivien
    KlXPlOIUKNOED WOMAN, white, wishes have real unity, we must have licans, as already indicated in
        goner-al housework. Good cook, Sleep'
        In. No waBhinff. Kxcellent references.            recognition by Mr. Roosevelt the Legislature, will and must
                                                                                                                                Leigh in "Gone With The Wind",       DE LUXE ATHERTON
                                                                                                                                which, it seemsj isn't really gone
        ToHvnhoilci Millburn (i-0556,       81-3-408Q
                                                          that there IS a minority and a prepare to give us and carry out at all, but blows into Loew's                    4
                                                                                                                                                                          1 gal. - 3 . 9 9
     GKUUJI Colored, wishes morning* or aCLcr- great big one — entitled to full these much needed laws.
        nnrm work, or day's work. Experienced
        worker. Good references. Union villa °
                                                          and sincere consideration!              Best luck, New Governor!
                                                                                                  Assemblyman Orben says —
                                                                                                                                Newark Theatre on February
                                                                                                                                6th for an undetermined stay.        FINCH'S GREEN LABEL
        2133.                                                 Great domestic problems face                                                                                 Mi gal. . 3 . 2 9
                   SERVICES OFFERED                       us and we must not let clever         "Economy of Government will                     •
     PIANO INSTRUCTIONS. Advanced Pu-                     use of the foreign situation ob- be the watchword at Trenton in Editor, The Item:
        pils 51 per % hour. Beginners 50e per scure the domestic facts and is- 1941."
         'A hour. Telephone Mtllburn S-0710-J.                                                                                     Having read in the January            25% -ll Year Old Whiskey
                                            24-3-4074 sues — debt — government cost               We pause to inquire of all — 17th issue of the Item the               7 5 % - Grain Neutral SpiriU
     Win UBPAIR or robulla any make — taxes • reform — reorgani- Why not REDUCE the taxes analysis of A. R. Meeker on the
         vacuum cleaner, washing machine, or
         snwlnfi machine. Good rebullta on hand.
                                                          zation and improvement of such providing the surpluses foreseen, Administrations Interventionist                 wool. - 3 . 2 9
                                                           reform, — labor and its rights, and thus avoid any chance of Foreign Policies — I would say
         ITeaa & FHaareraia, 167 Main Streat,
         Ore TIRO. Telephone Orange 2-0633 or
         Smith Orance 2-6093.               17-3-4065      capital and its rights. We will spending? Probably a mirage.         he is very much one-sided in
                                                                                                                                                                        SPRING GARDEN
                                                           not let any one get away with          OUR TOWNSHIP: Most of us his analysis. If he has more                    Vagal. m 2 . 9 9
                          I'OIl                            slighting these problems.            know too little how a Township knowledge of foreign affairs
                                                                                                                                                                     We recommond th«e fine Whiikiei
                 atabton, 'pu^h-button tyipe.     First       Congressman Kean reintro- carries on — and we are pre- than the administration at                      to be suitable for cither Highballs
         (ilaHB QipG^ajtinsr condition, $50. e
                  QpGajtinsr                               duced his Bill (January 13th) to pared to tell the story — Town- Washington, why does he de-                        or Cocktails.
         Call Miltlmrn 01841
                           0-1841.           31-1-4082
                                                           make mandatory the call of ship Committee, Departments — prive the citizens of these                             Made by America's
      TO. OJJOOTI ESTATE of Mrs. Ada L.                                                         Board of Education — func- United States of such valuable                    Foremost Distillers
          Scjhinlclt, 25 Taylor Streat, Millburn, N. Congress by the President when-
         J. n<!xt In Barberry Tearoom, Prtvato                                                                         —
                                                           ever he declares a national tions — duties — Taxes • Debts information in times such as
          Balo of household uoc-fls 'both modern
                 ant'^ue, JVFondny, February 3 to emergency to exist. Yes,. Con- — Budgets — School Systems. these, when our government
          and ineludlnff Wednesday. Febwiary 5,
          0 to « V. M.                       31-1-4083     gress (really the people) must When election times come we seeks men with brains.                           GUN
      OVAT, STIAPIBD China. Closet, i
          tnrhablo mirror and shelves. Price $20.
          "Would make suitable, show case for
                                                           discuss for us — ALL legislation. can at least understand how we
                                                           There's no time for anything are run. And after all, the
                                                            else.                                Town (ship) fathers are much                    •
                                                                                                                                                           C. W.        SPALDINGrS
          .lowelor. Write Box E care of Item.

                HOW TO GET A SPENCER!
                                              31-1-4084       And now, with Willkie — we closer to us than Washington,             WHEN WE WAIT patiently on
                                                            wish the victor, "Health and or even Trenton — and affect us God and seek Truth righteous-
                                                                                                                                                                      ROYAL REGENT
           Individually designed corsets, bras- happiness" and pray that he will just as directly.
       Hieves ivrul surgjical supports. Maude I.
      Pa-imortor, R. N., 73 Main Street, Mill-
                                                                                                                                 ly, He directs our path. — Mary              SCOTCH
       burn. Telephone MiUtmrn 6-1544.                            Willkie-ites, Independents, Democrats and Republicans or just Baker Eddy.                           ALL 8 YEARS OLD
                                              31-3-4087     plain John Q. Citizen — we want YOUR ideas to publish, — national                                            86 PROOF
       RFBBKTt STAMPS. Made to your apeoi-
                                                            or local. This column is your place to tell your point of view on
           f oations. For prompt service and low
          prices consult Tho Millhurn & Short               Issues as you see them. — Adv.                                                                               4/5 qt.
        Hills Item. 249 Main Street, Millburn.
        Telephone Millburn 5-1200.   17-tf-4056
                                                                                         walks it was terrible. Residents                                                 Blended and
                         FOR SAMS                     To The Editor                      wouldn't shovel and the Town-                                                       Bottled               if!
        SHOUT KILX.S — "Within walking                                                   ship didn't .                                                                    in Scotland
        cVetaneo of satiation. Choice location.
        McHlei'n colonial; nearly now; brick         Editor, The Item:                      I fared forth in boots and
        front; fl rooma sand tile bath; lavatory                                         flannels to do my part and saw                                                 Look at This Price on
        on first floor; large living room and           Anent White Collar's recent women in sheer hose and high
        tlroplace: Danelled 'breakfast room. Oil                                                                                                                        BONDED WHISKIES!
        heat; unfinished room;, 'attached gar-       letter suggesting a C. I. O. picket heels doing their master's bid-
        age. Barga-ln for Immediate sa.le.
                      B. D E IXOTCEZ
        03 Hobart Avenue, Short mils, N. J.
                                                     line in the Atlantic as a first ding. I marveled at their resist-
                                                     line of defense, I think he has ance.
                                                                                                                                                                         MONTICELLO RYE
              Short Hills 1-24115 or 7-2990-J        made the best contribution to                                                                                      6 Years Old - 100 Proof
                                                                                            If today's women are hardier
                         FOB BI5NT
                                                     national security yet put for-than the males why hot give
                                                                                                                                                                             PENWICK RYE
                                                                                         'em the draft along with the                                                   5 Years Old - 100 Proof
      FIVE BOOM FLAT. All modern improve-               •One thing he neglected to add ballot 'neverything?
         ments. Ready for occupancy March 1st.
         Sail Millburn 6-G3S0.            24-3-4070 however is the insistance they
                                                                                                       SNOW SHOVELER
                                                                                                                                                                       BELLE OF BOURBON
      ATTRACTIVE BOOM Jn private home be sunk there for all time so as
         for ono or two adults. Convenient to to constitute a perpetual bar-                             •
                                                                                                                                         CORRECTLY                      4 Years Old - 100 Proof
        ,all     transportation.  Meals    optional.
                                                     rier.                                  A NEW DOLLAR BILL makes.
         Telephone Short Hills 7-2992, ^          ^
                                                        Davey Jones' locker is out a dandy shoe-horn.
      FURNISHED ROOM With hoard In private there somewhere and it might
         home In refined neighborhood. Also jra-                                                                                         The wedding invitations
         ra'«re Convenient to train and bus. 810 as well be put to some good use.
         Wyoming- Avenue, MlUnum. Telephone It's probably big enough so all                                                              and announcements must
         Mllltourn 6-1990-J.              31-3-408G
                                                     the C. I. O.'s could use it for a
                                                                                                     We've Got What                      be correct in form —
      TrtrnNISHBD ROOM suitable for geirtle-
                                                      sit-down while they're picket-                 Your Car Needs                                                                    BLENDED
        ™ n Please call Millburn C-02B8-R                                                                                                select from our modern
                    • !.                  24-3-4072
          'rtCfK, attractive newly decorated room
                                                     ing.                                       For Winter Driving                       styles, either printed or             WHISKEY
                                                                                                                                                                                   .    H Year Old Whiskey
         ln one-family hous
      *"ln one-family house in reflnea residen-                   NASHNUL SCURITY                                                        engraved, our fine pa-                    -    Grai* J W r . Spin*
                  b h d
        tial neighborhood. C
                           Convenient to stores,                                                                                         pers, and enjoy the ad-
        transportation and schools. Telephone
                                       17-3-4058      Editor, The Item:
        Short Hilla 7-2488-W.
                      ROOM, 248 Short Hills
         Avenue between Millburn amd Morris
                   Convenient to train or bus.
                                                        Bouquets and Brickbats-Snow
                                                      removal from streets was won-
                                                                                                                                         vantages of our economi-
                                                                                                                                         cal prices.                                    U 5 3.29
        Boara~and eara#e If aeslrea. 17-3-4059
                                                      derful. From curbs and side-
       T *TIGE! BEAUTIFUL furnished room
        ' for business man or couple In private
          b-vme Wyomtas aecMon. Nice surround-                           MUSIC
          'nrr-s Garage. Telephone Millburn 6-
          T579-B.                           17-3-4061 INDIVIDUAL "LESSONS given by com-                                                  MlllbURN & SHORT HILLS
                                                        De-tent teaahers on the following instru-
       ft. uTT-rPTTjt.T FURNISHED ROOM for              ments: violin, viola, 'cello, baas, clari-    If you're having                                                  LIQUOR Sh>
            r,c -IT two In privaite home in Mtllburn.
  bath. Kitchen •privHoees.
           pleasant gurroundinea. Reasonable. 166
           Mvi-tle Avenue, Millburn.
           South Orange 2-3827,
                                                        net, saxophone, trumpet, drums, piano,
                                                        piano aocordion, Spanish guitar, Ha-
                                                        waiian guitar, mandolin — Musio fur-
                                                        nished for all occasions. Piano Tuning,
                                                        S09 MlHburn Avenue, Millburn. Tele-
                                                        phono Mtllburn 6-1765,          10-tf-4047
                                                                                                      these cold m o r
                                                                                                      switch to Esso products
                                                                                                      and pur specialised W i n t e r
                                                                                                      lubrication a r i d b a t t e ry
                                                                                                                                         ITEM249 Main Street
                                                                                                                                                                           321 MILLBUKN AVE',
                                                                                                                                                                             MILLBURN, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                               Delivery Service
       iLXnGTS FURNISHED ROOM In refined                                                              service. You'll s e e a d i f *                                          Open Evenings
           neighborhood. Convenient to transpor-                     OPPORTUNITY                      ference.
           tation and schools. Pleasant surround-                                                                                                                             MILLBTTRN 6-0880
           ings. Call Millburn 6-0946-J. .17-3-4064 GOING SERVICE STATION, paying good                  Phone MjEburn 6-1598 •                  Telephone                           Also a t   „,,.
                                                        return on investment, available to per-                                                                             Chatham Road. Short « t l I a
           WvTvbfrty renfis the Classified adver-
       'Hprnonta. Ynur little ad there, if there is
       a market for what you want to sell, is
                                                        son socially and financially responsible.
                                                        Inciulre Box 263, Newark, N. J. or tele-
                                                        phone Market 2-5900, Mr. Rowe.
                                                                                                     MULBURH.- ESSO SERVICE
                                                                                                                                             Millburn 6-1200
                                                                                                                                                                                       A & P COMPLY
       Mire to fortiur results.                                                          6-tf-400S    238 Ma m street, MMbutm                                            GREAT

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