P»ge Sixteen THE ' W F S T W E L P (W.J.) LEADER. THURSDAY. MARCH 1. 1056
KNOW YOUR NEW
i , Y - ' ^ ^ C " % tta'aAifflg
Gratitude is but a lame senti-
Two Westfielders ment; thanks, when they are ex-
pressed, are often more embarras-
Interchangeable Units Mark sing than welcome.—Robert Louis
NEW J E R S E Y OTHER *TATE*
In Train Wreck Stevenson
at the ground breaking ceremony ,for the new. Reilly
OMaaaMI* kaiMlai »re, left to right, Karl S. White, a.ioci.te
in Kitchen Equipment
Trends W. ARMSTRONG at the same time. We are toid that
By MARX j ^ e Westfield businessmen es-
•rckitect to Ray O. Pack, AIA| Mayor H. Emenon Thom.., Ro- Home Agent a center made up of modular units cgnod death by only a few feet in
h H It. Beillr, p r n i a W of R.illy OMimobile Inc.; Harold ChrU- At this year's major applian • -
will fit in with standard size the derailment of a crack Wash- REMEMBER
<*••••, liw prxMaat of the company, and Kenneth F. Kiefer, market in Chicago, an answer cabinets and furnishes space for ington - to - New York passenger
atiatrict Manager of the OlaUmobil* New York lone office. EVERY WEEK
the high cost of built-ins was rauc storing the appliances as well a train which killed five persons
in evidence. In the jargon of th for using them in -the same loca and injured more than 10O in A Different TAXB« TAKf M K
Seoul Leader Training trade, it is "modular" units. Sine tion. Maryland Thursday night.
Break Ground this needed some interpretation
Course Now Underway even for professional home eeon William S. Schaefer, 51, of 737 FLOWER SPECIAL POUAR OF TME RMLIUAP*'CROM
REVENUi M H. J? IN OTHIR STATE*
Norman place and Christian Oeh-
For Olds Agency mists, it certainly does homemak
William M. Everirt, district ers. "Modular" means thi> equip- Collect $24,612 ler, 64, of 660 Glen avenue, told
stones of violent confusion when
at RAILROAD TMUf AVERAW ONLY
chairman, announced today that ment can be easily installed c
an Explorer Scout leader train-
Conitruction of a new $100,000 ing course is under way at Camp moved and usually is made in mu On Heart Sunday seven Pennsylvania Railroad ears
jumped the rails near Odenton,
Westfield Flower Shop
building will start the first of the Lion Training Center, Scotch tiples of four inches, a measure Md., shortly after 5 p.m. 250 Springfield Av«.
week for the newly appointed au Plains. The four week course be- ment commonly used by architects
thoriied Oldsmobile dealer in West gan last Thursday, and will con- and builders. The new units will Coal Topped In At the time of the wreck the
Held, Reilly Oldsmobile Inc. Pres- tinue on the next three consecu- fit together more easily .either in two were sitting in .the diner, the Womm't and Debj'
ent i t the ground-breaking cere- tive Thursday at 8 p.m. The sched- an entirely new kitchen or with
Four Communities car which was mangled worst.
moniei last week were H. Emerson ule of ithe remaining sessions is as existing counters and cabinets. Apparently it' tipped over just as
Thomas, mayor of Westfield, who follows: Leadership (March 1) Modular k i t c h e n equipment Initial Heart Sunday drive re- it started to pass one of the heavy
turned the first shovel full of earth. program planning (March, 8); helps answer the demand for built turn reports in Union County to- steel girders supporting overhead
costs so little NATIONALLY-ADVERTISED
Mayor Thomas congratulted Rob- service (March 15); expedition ins, Mrs. Doris Anderson, Exten
ert R* Reilly on receiving the fran< (March 3-4). sion Specialist in Home Manage- ;oday.
lled $24,612.14, it was announced electric cables "which provide pow-
er to the engines.
to phone Ga*tc*Uationl
chi«e for CMdsmobile in Westfield
and wished continued success to
the new, company.
ment on our Rutgers University This amount represents 47 per
The faculty of the course is staff explains it this way. "When ent of the 1956 goal of $52,619.40 The diner plunged down a 15
s follows: Marion Reed, West- list introduced, waist high ovens f the Union County Heart Asso- foot slope and broke apart. The
eld; Floyd Taylor, Berkeley ation. impact literally peeled back the
The new building containing 8, Heights; Dan Kreider, Summit; either had to be recessed into roof of the diner; dining chairs Pittsburgh. eoo
100 aquare feet, will house service ohn Heroux, Westfleld; Ray Wey- wall or they required a custom- The total constitutes the pro- Baltimore .
facilities and equipment.. The serv- built cabinet if the unit extended
?eds of the house-to-house collec- were tossed utensilsas 75 feet, and BBC
ice department under the manage- nt, Camp Lion Ranger.
ment of Frank E. Packer will be The course is open to all ex-into the kitchen. Some of the new
ion in 19.of the 21 Union County throughout the wreckage.
separate 'modular' ovens can be mmunities during the weekend.
were strewn Krom Bidotwooa .fto C PM and
all day Sunday. 3 rain- itatitB 33% to 50% off
staffed with factory trained me- ilorer leaders, assistants, and placed on a counter. Two ovens Heart Sunday's three hour drive Mr. Schaefer, owner of F. H. ratea, 10% fed. tai not included.
• Swpfe* Stocb «f Leading' Mamifaetww
chanics. Adjoining the service de- lected explorer boy leaders of
can be installed, one on top of Gsulted in four communities pass- Schaefer & Co. department store, •The Irand Nam* h Sfnpnl on Every Mr
partment will be offices and an all Voop Crews and Posts. All ses- the other side by side1 horizon- im their goals as follows; Fan-Elm street, said, "There was a ter-
' flaaa showroom. A used car lotsions begin at 8 p.m.Council, Boy tally with no extra enclosing cabi- •ood, $1,379.71, $720,80 goal; rific grinding and everything flew
will be located next to the show- iVatchung America, is a member net necessary. They are truly free- lountainside, $900; $369.69 goal; around. I was tossed back against
Area reg. 9.95 to 21.95 . . . OUR PRICE 6.90toll.tO
' room. Robert Robson Jr. has been Scouts of the United Campaign standing but have the built-in ad- cotch Plains, $2,100, $1,320.69 the kitchen partition. A power
appointed new car manager and igency ofAgencies of Westfield. vantages. They are not bolted to oal, and Westfield, $5,232.10, $3,- line that had been sheared off by Wall to Wall Carpeting FREE
or Social WITH I
' William Ford used car manager. the wall and can be moved with- 14.26 goal. . the car fell two feet away from SIZES
Both Mr. Robson and Mr. Ford 3 Rooms of Furniture
out removing anything but the It is pointed out the Heart Sun- me." Fine Oiumrtiinhy—Tllkr over lull- I to It N Mtm,
have their homes in Westfield. 'wo Hurt In electric plug." »*a
lay totals represent the weekend Mr. Oehler, a private manage- iince «if KUHt mi 3 hriuiil neu* AAAAtoC C.
Mr. Reilly has been in the auto-
With a few makes the en-Iire ollections only and not the dona- ment consultant in Washington lieiiullfiilUMeil) <.«>iu|tlete r4M>mM «»f
furniture fiu-liiilliiK wall
mobile business since 1945, having cooking center, is modular—oven tions resulting from tag days in- on business, said he was sitting «<i twill I'liriielliiK. Living- rmmi 354 SPRINGFIELD AVI., SUMMIT
resigned at the end of the year as Met, ;! eiul tHlilf*Nt 2 Inlile lmy|iM,
and surface units, cabinets, coun- dustrial and business donations, in the diner with Mr. Schaefer. cMit-ktnll tnlile, riMini Mist' riiKr mill OPEN » A.M. to 6 f . M . — FRIDAYS t» 1 P.M.
treasurer and general manager of FANWOOD — Two Monistown ters and wall cupboards. Such a special gifts and memorials.
the Ford dealership in Westfield. residents suffered minor injuries unit does not have to be bolted
• ijrure iilfturpi
"All of a sudden I thought some- hug-? rirPMNer a-pt*. lieilruom Hiiite.
mill illlrnir, cheitf
These additional donations and hell, K|>rillK
Monday afternoon when the car in to the wall. In fact, it could be Che returns of the not-at-home en- one put on the emergency brakes." nnd l-'ifrinlrn net.HIM! m«l4rc,M«j IJi-
He is currently vice president of pv. l»n>- only KU. K1
the Union County Automobile which they were riding was struck used as a room divider. One free- He said he leaped to his feet as ive-rklv. Ai'rt. So. 1121. ••hull)' Illllil-
velopes will be reported at a later the car veered and was somer- hiill :i-'ISK.-,. Fuiirdi HI. vvlirehoimr,
Dealers Association and treasurer by another vehicle and overturned standing; modular oven introduces date, it was announced. Fourth HI. HIM! Celttriil Avf>., Ken--
of the Weatfteld Lions Club. - He at Martins and South avenues, po- another feature. It can be lowered saulted back near the diner's kit- iiru. Axk fur Mr. llvrlirrl. J I I . I 11
has played an active part in many lice reported.
civic activities. He lives at 11
Many persons were not at home chen. "That probably saved, my Hlhia. tliniimh Garden SI.He l'k»> .
or raised. With this push button Sunday when the volunteers call- life," he said "because the section 14H.1 ev.1*. Open ihtlly i lilr. Nun-
The car which was overturned elevator oven, work space at coun- ilnj ) 10 | o U| Moil, nnd l-'rl. In o.
LEADER ADS BRING RESWtU
ed, it was They are re-
Hawthorn drive with his wife, was being driven'west on South ter height is available when the quested toobserved. self-addressed of the car I had been tossed from
Margaret, and two children. avenue by Daniel Monroe, 42, of oven is lowered and the oven can
Morristown. The other vehicle, envelope, left behind by the volun-
which police said went through a be raised for convenient loading. teer, to mail in their Heart Fund
, Weatfield Women To red traffic light at ihe intersection, Another feature seen at the* ap- gift to the Union County Heart
was being operated north in Mar- pliance show -was automatic heat Association, 1137 East Jersey
Take Part in Parley tine avenue by James T. Sutherlin, controls. To eliminate burning of street, Elizabeth. The gift will be.
Among the four Union County
women who are filling major roles
31, of Plainfield. foods, automatic controls are be- accredited to the community in
ing used to regulate the heat on which the donor resides.
Police said the Monroe car was either gas burners or electric A few workers, it was observed,
in preparation for the fifth annual driven by Malcolm D. Lowenhauft units. Thermostatic regulators have reported that they were de-
convention of United Church of 67 Tillotson road, who was wait- were shown on both the divided tained by illness or other emer-
Women of New Jeney to be held Ing for the light to change. units and the regular ranges. gency from making their rounds
•fun* 7 and 8 in Ocean Grove, Mr. Monroe's 70-year-old moth- To meet the increasing popular- Sunday afternoon, and plan to
Ithree" are from Westfield. er suffered lacerations of the chin ity of small electrical appliances, complete their assignments some-
Mrs. Charles Bingham of 597and lips and his wife a sprained some work centers have counters, time this week.
Westfield avenue, president of the right knee. They were treated at shelves and outlets so that several
organization, is serving as an ad- Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, different appliances can be used
viser. Mrs. Allen Hoppock of 115 where' they were taken by the
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY JOHN G. MALKO
Ludlow place, heads the program
committee; and Mrs. John W. Ha-
grish of 776 Austin street, as God knows, I'm not the thing 1
chairman of public relations. should be,
Nor am I even the thing I could be
Do you know that conversation —Robert Burns
is one of the greatest pleasures in
Twenty-five per cent more sol-
life? But it wants leisure.
—William Somerset Maugham diers and \VAC'.< re-enlisted in the
Army at Fort Dix, during liloTi
To one in whom love dwells, all than in the previous year.
the world are brothers.—Buddhist
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