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     Vol. 58. No. 2                                                                                        SOUTH AMBOY, N. J., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939                                                                                                     Price Four Cent*

                   Christ Church Group
                     To Visit NewYork                                             D                                 Abraham Sltitrnln                                                             I I Local People At
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (CAMPAIGN PLANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Birthday Dinner i WERE DISCUSSED
    AT HONOR COURT       City Next Monday                                                                                                                                                                   Forjx-Governd BY HOFFMANCLUB
 Members of South Amboy and To Attend Mass At Church Of,                                                                                                                                               William L. Oil! Amoni! Speak- Mason Asserts "Divine Right of
    Morgan Units Receive      St. Mary the Virjrin.—Af-                                                                                                                                                     crs at II;;ir," Aff:i;r j Kings" Now in Force
 I         Ratings
                                 terwards the Theatre                                                                                                                                                       About twenty local people were ' comprehensive campaign plans in-
      Monday evening, the "Boy Scout                                                                                                                                                                    amonE the more than 1,500 who at- - volving not only 1939, but next year
   Week" Court of Honor of local Troop The Chrfs.t Church Chapter of 1he|                                                                                                                              tended the annual birthday dinner n s well, were discussed when the
   ill and Troop 94 of Morgan was held Order of St. Vincent will leave the j                                                                                                                            to former Governor Harold G. Hoff- Hoffman Republican Club " held a
   at the First Baptist Church, with Parish House promptly at 8 o'clorl; j                                                                                                                            (man Tuesday evening at the Hotel meeting last evening.
  Ray '.iortenson, assistant Scoutmas- on the morning of Lincoln's Birth- j                                                                                                                           | Commodore in New York City.             j Reiterating his prediction that
   ter of Troop 91, and District Com- day Holiday. Monday, February 13,                                                                                                                                    The former governor, now execu-' nepubl'can victories in the First
   missioner of the Southern District in by bus for New York City, where                                                                                                                                tive director of the state Unem-; and Fourth Wards this year will
  charge.                                  at 11 o'clock they will attend vested,                                                                                                                      ployment Commii\ on, was presen-: give the party control of the Coun-
      A Second Class Certificate was       a Pontifical High Mass in the                                                                                                                                ted, with a set of t 'cntal rugs as a.cil. Municipal Chairman Mason de-
  presented to Harry Chrlstcnsen of Church of St. Mary the Virgin.                                                                                                                                     birthday gift.            -\            (dared: "If the Democrats in con-
  Troop 91, by Everett Shephard, an The Right Reverend The Bishop                                                                                                                                          Hoffman in his y.eech drew a ! trol of the city keep up the way they
  assistant Scoutmaster of the Troop; of Milwaukee, will be the celebrant.                                                                                                                             contrast between prty.'.nt conditions ttre going, we will have no trouble,
  and First Class Certificates were pre- The Reverend Spence Burton, S.S                                                                                                                               in this country an< 'Europe and if this kind of government continues,
  sented to Albert Read and William J.E., D.D.. Superior of the American                                                                                                                               said "the democratic v tm of gov- 11 don't know whether South Ambov
  Hawes of Troop 91, by Marshall Congregation, Society of St. John                                                                                                                                     ernmmt of the United, Kates Is the | will be a good place to live in In th«
  Magee, chairman of the Troop Com- the Evangelist and Suffragan Bish-                                                                                                                                 most cherished possession of every [ future or not." he said. "We are n o w
  mittee.                                  op-Elect of Haiti, will be the preach-                                                                                                                      American."                              ; experiencing the 'divine right of
      Star certificates were presented to er.                                                                                                                                                              William L. Dill of Paterson, Hoff- kings' with power handed down from
  Berton Lewis, Morton Goldsmith, This annual festival service for                                                                                                                                     man s gubernatorial campaign rival; one member of the family to the oth-
  Thomas Gleason and Carl Dowling, asolytes in New York City and                                                                                                                                       in 1934 was one of the speakers. I or. I was a piker during the four
  of Troop 91 by William H. Watson, some of the churches in New Jer                                                                                                                                    Others who spoke were: Col. Hugh | y e a r s I was Mayor. I had a lot of
  Scout Executive of Raritan Coun- sey is held every Lincoln's Day un-                                                                                                                                 A. Krlly, secretary to Governor A. I ideals. I said if I was elected I
 cil.                                      der the direction of the Guild of                                                                                                                           Harry Moore, Motor Vehicle Com- j WOuld stear clear of the appointment
     Life Certificates were awarded to St. Mary (lie Virgin, New York.                                                                                                                                 missioner Arthur Magee; Secretary | of relatives and friends alike and
 Morton Goldsmith, Sydney Wcdeen             After luncheon the Acolytes of                                                                                                                            of State Thomas Mathis and Joseph; i made a lot of enemies by doing jr.
  and Carl Dowling of Troop 91, and Christ Church will attend the the-                                                                                                                                 a. Buch. chairman of the Uncm-' j don't blame anyone for helping a
  Jack Llndson, of Troop 94, by J. T. atre.                                                                                                                                                            ployment Compensation Corrunis- friend or relative, but I don't believe
 Dill, Troop 94 Scoutmaster,                 The Reverend Harry Stansbury                                                                                                                             sion.                                      I hey should hog the whole thlntr.
     The following Merit Badge Awards Weyrich, Chaplain of the Chapter                      "JfonMp botoefjope... ferbentl? botoepxnp tfjat tfjia                                                                                                If people permit a continuation of
 were made by Ray Mortenscm: Troop and C. R. Stults, Warden, will su-
 91—Frank Bors.           Cooking, John n"rvise the visit to New York.
 Dobrzynskl. Physical Development, The Christ Church Chapter has                             mtgf)tj> scourge of toar maptfpeebilppasfl atoap."                                  SEACROFTINN                                                     tlMs policy, they deserve to feel t i n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 effects of it."
 Rowing, Carl Dowling. Firemanship,
 First Aid, First Aid to Animals,
                                          40 members. They served at 179
                                          Sunday services: 70 Holy Day ser-                                                                                                        DESTROYED BY                                                     In connection with Hie campaign
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 plans discussed, Mr. Mason outlined
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 plans that have been made for ttre
 Physical Development, Safety, Pub- vices and 112 other day services in
 lic Health. Thomas Gleason, Car- Christ Church in the year 1938, a
 pentry, Civics. Cooking, First Aid. total of 367 services for the year.
                                                                               LAMBERTSON AIDS                            POPE PIUS XI
                                                                                                                                        DIES LAST NIGHT        STERNER PREDICTS         NIGHT BLAZE                                              organization of a Young Republican
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 unit in the city. According to th*
 First Aid to Animals, Life Savins,
 •Personal Health, Pioneering, Pub-                                            INCAPTUREOF                                  Members of the Catholic Chur-        BOTTLENECK END                            ..         . . -uiiic'l   Bv T\v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               j plans the movement will be clty-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bu5'dini». Occuiiicl Only B v Two wide, the club to include not only
 lic Health, Reptile Study, Rowing,
 Safety, Swimming, Woodwork; Mor-
                                        PERFmESTCO.                             ALLEGEDMORDERER
                                                                                                                         ches In this city and vicinity were
                                                                                                                         saddened this morning upon learn-
                                                                                                                         ing of the death of Pope Pius XI.       WITH NEW CUTOFF                            Caretakers at Time of F i r e        the youth of voting .age, but those
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 who will cast their first vote in 1940
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Nothing remains but a few char- as well. It is planned to have th»
 ton Goldsmith, Carpentry, Cycling,
 Firemanship,        Pathflnding,
'Aid First Aid to Animals, Physical
                                    FirstTO RELOCATE ON                                                                  who dlect last evening at Vatican                                            red timbers to mark the location of Young Republicans as guests of th»
                                                                                  Participates In Spectacular Raid City, Rome, at 11:31 P. M., New Says Value of Relocatinp; Heav- the once famous Seacroft Restaur- club at the next meeting when Jos-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ant at Morgan, which went up In eph DeHart County Chairman of
 Development, Public Health, Row-
 ing, Safety, Swimming; Robt. Hawes,
                                          BORDENT'WN AVE.                                 At Burlington, N. J.           York Time, soon after it was an-
                                                                                                                         nounced that he was sinking and
                                                                                     Howard Lambertson of this city, that the end was near.
                                                                                                                                                                     ily Traveled State Routes
                                                                                                                                                                          Has Been Proved              flames early yesterday morning.           the Young Republicans, will be th»
                                                                                                                                                                                                          The building, which had been us- speaker. A refreshment committee
 Public Health, Physical Develop- To Occupy Building At Present detective sergeant in the State Po-                          Death came following a recur-        State Highway Commissioner E.        ed as an inn, was occupied by two consisting of Mrs. Frank Hoffman,
 mei.',; Nell Johnson, Cooking, Phy-                                                                                                                                             today pointed out youths who served as watchmen at
                                                                                  lice force, participated in a spec- rence of heart trouble supervening Donald Sterner merchants and resi- the time of the flre, and contained Jr., Mrs. Ada Hoffman, John Larida
sical Development; George Kelley,                 Occupied By Schott                                                                                           that officials,
                                                         Brothers                 tacular raid and arrest Monday on a cold. The Pontiff was eighty- dents of the areas affected, as well only bar equipment.                                     and George Cosnoski was appointed.
First Aid, Personal Health, physical                                              night in Burlington when a Bur- one years old and the 261st of the as motorists, are recognizing the The two watchmen, Perth Amboy Mrs. Harold Fllskov outlined the
 Health, Physical Development, Pio-                                               lington County youth linked in, a Popes, having been elected Febru-                                                                                             plans for the birthday party the clutt
 neering, Rowing, Safety, Swim-              On the tenth anniversary of Its Philadelphia waterfront holdup slay- ary 6, 1922, to succeed Benedict XV. value of relocating heavily-traveled resi(Jents, started a flre In a dum- will tender to Mrs. Bridget Houlihan
 ming; Sydney Wedeen, Fireman- establishment as a local industry, ing was taken into custody.                                                                                                                 fireplace, to take the chill off
                                                                                                                             Up to press time this morning, it state routes of New Jersey's high- my building. Noticing the reflection at Brennan's Grill on February .17,(
 ship, First Aid, First Aid to Ani- the Perfect Vest Company of this The suspect, Edward Golden, 19, was learned that no serv es or way system on the outskirts of com- the                                                                       and reported a large sale of tickets
mals, Pioneering, Public Health, city, is making preparations to was named by an alleged accomplice masses havje as yet been ai ranged murUtles, through the construction I from the fire in the building, a pass- all over the county.
 Rowing, Safety; Fred Weiss. Car- move into larger and more modern Walter Tankard, as the slayer of at St. Mary's church in connection of by-passes.                                                    ing motorist turned In an alarm at Joseph DeMarco announced at the
 pentry, Cooking, First Aid to Ani- headquarters.                                 Nathan Krewltsky,         Philadelphia with his death.                           Launched primarily for the pur- 11:30, but when firemen found meeting that he would become a
tnals, Personal Health, Reptile              About the end of the month, the banana dealer, who was beaten to                                                   poss of reducing the accident toll in there was no call for their services candidate for the nomination as
 Study, Physical Development, Pio- company will move from its present death with a piece of pipe on Jan-                                                        congested business centers, as well they returned home. They "were Councilman in the Fourth Ward.
 neering, Rowing, Safety, Swimming headquarters at 210 North Broad- uary 25 and robbed of $200.                                                                 as for speeding up through traffic. called back later at 3:10 when the DeMarco's announcement official-
 and Woodwork; Donald Czok, Car- way, to the brick factory building at Philadelphia police reported that
 pentry; John Gcant, carpentry, per- 348 Bordenotwn avenue, at present Golden was armed with a piece of                Bids Received                           Sterner declared the by-passes are building caught flre. The Sayreville, ly brings the number of candidate*
                                                                                                                                                                filling these needs and tre proving Morgan ancj Melrose flre companies In this Ward to three, George Cronca
                                                                                                                                                                a boon to business people establish- fought the blaze until 8:30 Thurs- and Yutes Romeo having announced
 sonal Health; William Hawes, Per- occupied by Schott Brothers, manu- pipe and concealed himself while
 sonal Health, Pathflnding, Physical facturers of leather jackets.                Xrewitsky went to a restaurant for
 Development, Public Health, Row- Officials of the Perfect Vest de- breakfast at 7 o'clock on the morn-
                                                                                                                        By Council For                          ed on municipal thoroughfares that day morning, but were unaWe to their candidacy at a previous meet-
                                                                                                                                                                formerly served as connecting links save the building. The total dam- ing. Mr. Romeo, present at tha
 ing, Swimming; Albert Read, Per- clared they had purchased the Bor- ing of January 25, and when he re-
 sonal Health, Physical Development, dentown avenue building two years turned after completing a number
                                                                                                                           Sewage Bonds                         in the highway system.                  age was estimated at $7,000.              meeting, also talked urging harmony
                                                                                                                                                                   Sterner declares that more than The property is owned by the regardless of the outcome of the
                                          ago and were moving into it because of cash transactions, Golden hit                                                 85 municipalities ar e now skirted by     Universal Loan Co., ofl Elizabeth. primary race.
 Pioneering, Rowing.                      it afforded them conside-        -ddl-                                          H. B. Boiand Co., of New York, State roads which used to run thru
     Troop 94 — Raymond Lawrence, tional floor space and aj ihe same him three times on the head with
 Pathflnding, Public Health; Jack time lent itself readily to conversion the pipe.
 Lindson, Personal Health; Charles into a modern factory building.                   Lambertson and other troopers
                                                                                                                                   Successful Bidders          their business centers. Foremost in
                                                                                                                                                               the current construction program is
                                                                                                                             There were four bidders for the the Route 35 by-pass of> Perth Am-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Comedy Features      Minstrel Plans
 Muth, First Aid.
     Dr. Fritz Abegg, Scout Commis- definitely, officers of the firm, de-
                                                                                  familiar with Golden's former ha-
                                             While they were not able to state bits started a systematic search of $75,000 worth of city bonds disposed boy and Woodbrldge, to relieve the
                                                                                                                          of at the meeting of the Council on "bottle neck" traffic jams of sea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Program At       Progressing For
 sioner, was present and spoke brief- clared it was possible additional help Bordentown and Burlington and on Tuesday evening. The bonds, in shore bound traffic the Route 6 by-
 ly on the ideals of Scouting. Rev. would be added when the renova- Monday night the trail led to the $1,000 denominations, dated Febru- pass of Paterson and the Route 4
 Walter Minlnger pronounced the tions were completed. Contractor home of Wiliam Upshaw In Burl- ary l, 1939, will mature in numeri- by-pass of Freheold.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Women's Meeting        St._Mary's A. A.
 benediction. After the Court of Morgan Lambertson began the work ington.                                                 cal order on February 1st of each
 Honor movies were shown.                                                            A cordon of heavily armed police year, and are to finance the city's With regard to the local situation Presented Under Direction Of Girls' Sinnrinir and Dancing
                                          of renovating on Saturday.              was thrown about the Upshaw homa portion of construction costs for the Sterner remarked, "It has always                      Mrs. O. I.. Can1, Drama                Chorus To Feature Affair
                                             In addition to alterations to ac- and at a signal, troopers entered                                               been my belief that it is an injus-                       Chairman                                This Year
Funeral Services For                      commodate its equipment, the Per- the house. Golden -was found seated new sewage disposal plant.
                                          fect Vest will install accommoda- in the kitchen. He offered no res-
                                                                                                                                                               tice to expect municipalities to han-
                                                                                                                             H. B. Boland & Co., of New York dls the involved traffic problems An hilarious comedy sketch, the On Sunday evening:, February 19
                                          tions for employees, such as wash istence. A search of his room dis- City, were the successful biddters created by state roads running thru purpose of which was to demon- at 8:15 the curtain will raise on St.
  David Quinlan, Sr.                      rooms and showers.                      closed no weapons.                      with' a figure of $75,083.78 with congested areas.          South Amboy, strate the speed with which gossip Mary's Hall on the second annual
                                             Schott Brothers, present occu- The prisoner was taken before a 3.20% interest. The three unsuc- Perth Amboy anfl Woodbridge have travels in a small community was minstrel of St. Mary's A. A.
   Tomorrow Morning                       pants of the, Bordentown avenue Burlington justice of the peace and             cessful-bidders were M. M. Freeman been burdened with the vast sea- the feature of the entertainment Rehearsals under the direction of
                                          building, who have been located docketed as a fugitive from justice. & Co., of Philadelphia, with a bid shore traffic for many years. South portion of the meeting of the South Vincent Higgins and John Triggs,
                                          here for the past eight years, will He was commlted to the Burlington of $75,562.50 and 4%% interest: Amboy already has been relieved of Amboy Woman's Club held Tuesday co-directors, have been conducted
 One of City's Oldest Residents relocate at 285 King street, Perth County jail at Mount Holly without South Amboy Trust Company with the traffic by the completed section afternoon in Christ Church Parish for the past two weeks and the
         Passed Away Tuesday              Amboy.                                  ball, to await extradition to Phila- $75,285.63 and 3%%' interest, and of the Route i and 35 viaduct. Perth House. Tli e sketch, "Miss Susan's show is rapidJy rounding into shape.
                  Evening                    Schott Brothers officials declared delphia.                                  Boening & Co.. of Newark, with $75,- Amboy and 'Wodibridge will be si- Fortune", was presented, uncjer the'in addition a humorous iiautlcvl "^
                                                                                                                          514. and 3.70% interest.             milarly relieved this summer when direction of Mrs. O. L. Carr, drama 'sketch entitled "Rock and Roll" will
     Tomorrow morning funeral ser- they regretted the necessity of leav-
 vices will be held for David Quin- ing this city and had endeavored                                                         The Council also considered the those sections of the Route 35 by- chairman and the cast was: Miss be presented with a number of local
 lan, Sr.. one of South Amboy's old- In vain to secure a suitable site for
 est residents.                           relocation here. They declared local Sacred Heart                               reports of four groups of commis- pass are completed."
                                                                                                                          sioners of assessments who render-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Susan Slant, heiress; Mrs. Tilda) thespians in the leading roles.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mell; Marie, hsr niece, >Mrs. H. C. A feature of this year's minstrel
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bergen; fair weather friends, Mrs. will be the Inclusion of two girls
     After an illness of some duration, residents employed their the factory
 Mr. Quinlan died at his home, 537 will be retained in
                                                                      employ and
                                          they will make every endeavor to
                                                                                Minstrel and Review                       ed their report recently on sidewalk
                                                                                                                          nnd curb improvements to various
                                                                                                                          streets of the city. There were no
                                                                                                                                                               Unlucky Number                           A. J. Penzel. Mrs. H. Edgcomb, Mrs.! choruses and a number of vocal
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Burrows Lambertson, Miss Char-; number by members of the fair SL.T.
 Henry street, on Tuesday evening. give employment to additional South
 He lived In this city for many yea:s Amboyans when they have relocated
 and was well known.                   v
                                                                                  Sunday andMonday                        objections from property owners at
                                                                                                                          the hearing and the Council adopted
                                                                                                                                                                  Is Most Popular                      loto Long, who wants Susan's boy;Therp will be a girl's trio, which
                                                                                                                                                                                                        friend, Mrs. George Miller.        Mrs. will rencter several numbers and
     Surviving arc five daughters, Mrs.
 John Brown. Mrs. Margaret Leon-
                                          in the neighboring city.
                                                                                                Heart Hall
                                                                                                                          nnd onflrmed all reports. Proper-
                                                                                           Take Place At Sacred ty owners have five years to pay for
                                                                                                                          the improvements, the first pay-
                                                                                                                                                                    With Auto Owners                    Carr also gave a group of readings, i Henry Leonard and Helen Delaney
                                                                                                                                                                                                        assisted at the piano by Mrs. Will- I will render several duet numbers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       lam Spencer.                                  The members of the girl's singing
  ard, Mrs. Charles Travlnsky, Mrs.
 James Kelly, and Mrs. Joseph De-         inal Arrangements                                                               ments due on April 1 of the pres- All 13's Given Out By Local In the absence of Mrs. E. Robert chorus are: Margaret Edwards, Mo-
                                                                                  • On Sunday and Monday, the big ent year.                                                                             Owen, Mrs. Harold. Edgcomb pre- desta Casey, Catherine Quinlan,
 Marco; four sons, Chief of Police                                                                                                                                  Agency Kurowsky Reports sided at the business session when I Helen Coman, Ruth Campion and
David Quinlan, Dennis, James, Jos-
 eph and Francis; a sister, Mrs.
                                           Rotary Anniversary                      minstrel and Pumpkin Center re-           The Council unanimously adopted
                                                                                   view of the Sacred Heart Parish a set of resolutions on the death
                                                                                   Club will take place in Sacred Heart of the late Peter J. Coakley, war
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. William P. Nichols, civic chair- Grace Suma.
                                                                                                                                                                   The new type of uuto licenses for man, talked on the Consumer's Tax The members of the girls' danc-
 Mary Bums, of Philadelphia; twn
  brothers, Joseph of this city, and         Nearine Completion                    Hall.                                  time City Clerk of the city. By mo-
                                                                                                                                                                 1939 appear to be in preat favor with Commission. Mrs. Nichols described ing chorus are Katherine Coakley,
                                                                                      The production is staged under tion the resolutions will be spread on the majority of automobile o'wners the Commislson as a nation wide Margaret Coakley, Kay Seaman,
  James, of Ireland; 28 grandchild-                                                tho direction of Arthur J. Scully, the minutes of the meeting and a in the city, according to Frederick organization which she urged the Mary Tarallo, Catherine Soltus, Ag-
 ren and 3 groat grandchildren.           Club Will Also Celebrate Ladies' assisted by Joseph Lagoda.                      copv forwarded to the family of Kurowsky. local agent.                       club women to Join. The Commis- nes Coan, Joan Dooling and Mary
     Mr. Quinlan was a member of the             Ni}?ht At Buttonwood                 Thomas Koziorowski will bo the the deceased.                                 Agent Kurowsky reports that be- sion members, she declared, inter- Quinlan.
 Ancient Order of Hibernians, HoJy                 Mannor, Feb. 21st               interlocutor and the end men will                                            cause it is possible, by the new sys- est themselves In hidden taxes, re-
 Name Society of St. Mary's Church,                                                                                          Councilman Walczak rose to ask
                                                                                   be Joseph Malik. Frank (Mooney) an explanation of bills for inciden- tem, to receive low numbers, or li- veal their causes and conduct stu-
 nnd the Exempt Firemen's Associa-
                                             Final arrangements for the fif- Andre.iewski, Frnnk Zamorski, Sam tals in connection with the sewage censes with two or three numbers dies to remedy the evil through or-
                                          teenth anniversary celebration and Turner, John Tryano and Les Peter-                                                 alike, frequent approval of the new ganized effort.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Democratic Club
     The funeral will take place from ladles' night of the South Amboy son. In addition to the solos by the disposal plant. He expressed the system is heard.
 his late home tomorrow morning at Rotaiy Club to be held at Button- end men, there will be a number                       opinion that they should be paid                                               Mrs. Herman Eulner, chairman of
                                                                                                                                                                   In former years, one of the pror- the Ways and Means Commitee, re-
  9:30 and at 10:30 A. M. a solemn wood Manor, Lake Lefferts, Mata- of other mu'sical numbers, dance for by the engineer in charge, out Itms of the agency was to get lid ported tho card party held recent-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Endorses Walczak
 high mass of requiem will be cele- wan, on Tuesday evening, February specialties and novelty numbers.
  brated at St. Mary's Church. In- 21st, are expected to be completed
                                                                                                                          of his salary of         of the cost
                                                                                                                          of the job. In the discussion that of numbers containing the numbers ly -was a social and financial suc-
                                                                                      Walter Kay and his orchestra will followed. City Clerk Disbrow. City 1 and 3 consecutively, because ap- cess.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     And Zdanewicz
  terment will take place in St. Mary's during the coming week. This an- furnish music. Among the soloists
 cemetery here.                                                                                                           Treasurer Kress and Mayor Gleason plicants were superstitious and Tho meeting hostesses were Mrs. At a regular meeting of the An-
                                          nouncement was made at a meeting will be William Johnson, Prank Zy- participate^, and since there was avoided these numbers. Now, how-David Greenspan and Mrs. George ton Walczak Democratic d a b held
                                          of the club Tuesday by Ray Ketchell, sfcoski, Edward Blssett, Leon Skar- apparently in the minds of all con- ever, when It Is possible to get the Miller.                                               in the headquarters on Cedar street
  40 HOUR DEVOTION                        chairman of the committee in zynski, Stanton Ryan, Henry Leon- corned, a technical question involv- number 13 alone, in 72 different let-                                                               Wednesday evening, the club went
         BEGINS ON SUNDAY                 charge. Other members of the com- ard, William Johnson, John Leon-                                                                                                                                      to record ns endorsing Councilman
                 AT SAINT MAKY'S mittee are Robert P. Mason, Samuel ard, Thomas Keyes. Fred Dohn nnd ed, it was decided, to 'settle the ter combinations, It is the most                                                                          Anton Walczak as the party's choice ,
                                                                                                                          matter at the next business meeting. popular of all, and already all the
                                                                                   Helen Beute. Dance numbers will Commenting on the situation Walc- 13 license numbers assigned to the
     Forty Hours Devotion will begin Stock, James L. Housel and J. M. be presented by Evelyn Conway and                                                                                                                                           for renominatlon In the First Watt)
 at Bt. Marys Church on Sunday Roll.                                                                                      zak declared: "There is no job local agency have been issued and Members of the Progressive Fire at the coming election. Resolution*
 mbmlng at the late mos3 at 10:45            It was announced by Sidney Ko- Edith Dougal, and among the spec- worth 7V4% Just to have the title. additional requests for tho number Company at a special meeting on endorsing John Zdanewicz as a
                                                                                   ialties will
 When a procession will take place. mar, chairman of the program com- jo numbersbe mouth organ and ban- It just don't seem right to me."
                                                                                                 by S. Batruklewicz, and                                         are received dally.                     Sunday at the flrehouse on Borden- candidate for appointment »t Mid- '
                                                                                                                                                                                                         town avenue, decided to postpone
 Services will bo held on Sunday, mittee, that Major Harvey S. Moore, song and accordion numbers by J.                       Councilman at Large Zdanewicz         As usual, tho agency reports, there tho annual dinner for Monday dlesox County under-sherlff • tret*
 Monday and Tuesday evenings.             a well known Trenton attorne;.',                                                and Councilman Niedkom were ab- Is a big demand for auto license night, February 13th. The affair Is also unanimously adopted                                 '
     Rev. James O'Sulllvan of Bclmar vould bo the speaker. He spoke be- Flaua. John Plaskonka and Charles sent from the meeting and Comv numbers that correspond to tele-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    it was decided, to hold a gams
 will bo the preacher on Sunday, and fore the local club about a year or                                                                                                                                 now to bo held on Saturday night, c!al on th« evening of Thursday,
                                                                                      One of the features will "be a cilman Stanton presided.                    phone or house numbers of the ap- February lBth, instead. The dinner BO
 on Monday the preacher will bo the vo ago.                                                                                                                                                                                                      March Oth, with STanfe' BowcaYM-
                                                                                                                                                                 plicant. Agent Kurowsky reports, is for the members of the company chairman, and Adam Gchultz as co-
 new priest, Rev. Thomas Kefecy.             President D. W. Reed, Jr., ap- miniature minstrel, presented by the              Special prices on Heating and that because of the new system, It is and the buffalo members who hopa
 The devotions will close on Tuesday       pointed a committee to take charge Sacred Heart school children.                              r
                                                                                                                           riumMnjr f ° January; time Pay- possible to satisfy a greater num- some dny to becomo Sull-fletlecd hea&xusrfcew.     chairman. This will be held a t th*,
 evening with a solemn procession at of tho of revising the club's Eclwnrd Powers will be the master ments If desired. Monaerhan, David ber of these rec"-sts than under members of the flre department.                                                                 . ,
 7:45 p. m.                                constitution and by-laws, and biiiiB ni ceremonies for the "Pumpkin St. nnd Stevens Avc. Phone 253.                                                                            , #.,.                   The club will hold Its regular meet*,
                                           the Hume up t > date. Tills commit- Center Review' 'to be staged (it the
                                                         <                                                                                                       the old llcenso system.                                                         ing, hereafter, monthly, on the fljtfett
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Guaranteed white toilet scats, spe- Thursday of each month. Mid '
      If you want anything in u hurry, tee consists of Pnmk Reid, chair- conclusion of the minstrel, when
  try Monagltnn, corner Slovens Avo man; D. W. Reed, Jr., Manvel Ap-               such famous other local comedians          Valentine Cards M Kulm's 103          SohrafH's Valentine Day Candies cial $2.19. MomtKlian's, corner of ever special meetings are nece
                                           plegato and Paul Mllburn.                       (Continued on Pngo 8)           North Stevens Avenue.                 at Kuhn's.                              Stevens Avc. and David St. Tel, 35.1.will bo called 1>y the president,. .... „ ,
  and David Bt. Telephone 253,
                                                                                                                                                           THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                                      FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939
                                     Tkt wribrlag xtofcut, cfrinf isnt to her anger, £t*ek« up bet u t | V7b*t                                                                          By ED WHEELAN
                                                                                               A L T A .STILL ENRAGED FROM THE SMARTING-PEPPEP? IN                        HURLEt? HIM OVER THE STARTLED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jack's Hollywood Inn
                                                                                               HER TRUNK.SEIZED THE HELPLESS CHIMPANZEE AND                              HEAD, STRIKING-•FJ.l                                                       ;;67 STATE ST., PEUTII AMBOV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Featuring Diannc, Singer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TOM ISOLGER AT YOUK SERVICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                               !iV>                             Amateur Nite Every Wednesday—Cash Prizes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 OFCIIESRAL DANCING EVERY NIGHT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3flower Sbop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          113 NORTH BROADWAY                       SOUTH AMBOY, N. J.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Flowers For Every Occasion
             LALA PALOOZA                       Professor Zeero Takes a Dive                                                                                                       By RUBE GOLDBERG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            JAMES L. COAKLEY, Prop.                         Telephone 42
             I 2E GLASS BALL \                                      OONZALES HF                                            PROFESSOR, YOU                                   f WERE YOU IN             NO, Z E S .
               SHE SPEAK AT                                        LOVE YOU FOR YO                                       HAVE /AADE A\E T h E                                 ANOTHER                SIZE OF I
               LAST - I SAY                                        YOURSELF, ALONE                                       HAPPIEST GIRL IN                                      TRANCE,               ZE CHECK
              •BAZOOLA                                             AND YOU ^ O O S T                                     THE WORLD-HERE'S                                     PROFESSOR?             SHE KNOCK
               BAZOOLA»                                            ANARRY HEEM SO                                                                                                                         ME
               AND SHE                                             SOON AS QUICK                                                                                                                            COLD!

                                                                                                                                                                                        rank Jay Markey Syndicate, Inc

                                                          ins all have good sized feet. In tlie           Guard, to consider favorablv recnm
               LOOKING BACK                               miniature sock sent out with the in-
                                                          vitation, twice the size, worn by the
                                                                                                          mending that the coast guard basi
                                                                                                          located at the Cape May Airport

                      Issue of February 10, 1917
                                   • * •
                                                          recipient was supposed to be repre-
                                                          sented by the coins placed in the
                                                          small sock and returned the eve-
                                                          ning of the social.
                                                             The President of the P. R. S. C. E
                  The Board of Education gave fur- Miss Dorothy Bergen, the chairman
                                                                                                          Station be restored to its former
                                                                                                          status with full complement of men
                                                                                                          and ships.
                                                                                                              Named on Foods Committee
                                                                                                            Senator Barbour this week was
                                                                                                          named to the sub-committee on
                                                                                                                                                                      FOR SALE                                                     HOW TO CATCH A VITAMIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SUNSHINE Vitamin to catch it.and straight,it? Be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   But we know how
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     D is as elusive as a butterfly.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               cause we want arm, sound teeth,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Why catch
              ther evidence of a desire for the of the Social Committee. Miss Tnna
              speedy erection of an entirely new Bennett, and all the young people
              building to replace the present con- who so ably assisted In the prepara-
              demned structure Gn George street tion for this successful event are to
                                                                                                          Foods and Drugs of the Commen.v
                                                                                                                   DRY LAND BOAT
                                                                                                                                                                    SOUTH AMBOY PROPERTY                                       legs, and well-formed chests and heads for our chil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               dren. And we can't have them without plenty of Vita-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               min D to put the calcium and phosphorus in milk to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               work for us.
              »t a special meeting held on Wed- be cordially congratulated.                                  Without ever touching water, a
              nesday evening. A resolution was                            • * •                          huge boat is to be brought from So-                           Store and a Room Apartment on Broadway                     But how can you capture enough Vitamin D now
              unanimously adopted appealing to               On Wednesday there was a hear-               viet Russia as one of its exhibits at                                                                                that the sun has gone into winter hiding? It's a lot
              the State Commissioner of Educa- ing before the Public Utilities Com-
             tion In an endeavor to hurry along mission on the complaint or petil-
             the issue of bonds, thus insuring the tion of the city against the Public
                                                                                                         the New York World's Fair. The
                                                                                                          boat is 79 feet long, 33 feet broad
                                                                                                         and 20 feet high. It is coming on a
                                                                                                                                                                                     $3,500                                    simpler than the artist shows in the sketch above.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               You don't have to be a butterfly chaser. All you do is
             Immediate start of the construction Service Gas Company on the failure                      cargo steamer and, upon arrival at                                                                                    phone or drop us a line, and the Borden Man wiH do
             work. The resolution was introduc- or refusal of the said company to                        New York, will be placed upon a                                                                                       the rest He'll bring you, rain or shine, Golden Crest
             ed by Mr. Mason.                            give gas service to various residents           powerful truck for transportation to                       Small Store and 3 Room Apartment on Broadway               Irradiated Vitamin D Milk. And then you can drink
                                    • • •                along streets down which gas mains              the fair site.                                                                                                        your sunshine Vitamin P. Borden's Farm Products.
           • From time to time various rail- were not laid. Among these streets
             roads are publicly commended by were Conover, in the Mechanicsville
             the press for their record in trans- section; Highland in the Maxville
             porting passengers from place to section, and Fourth street. A hear-
             place without injury to any of the ing was held before the Commission
                                                                                                                 DON'T BE SKINNY
                                                                                                               Amazing sains ot S to 12. pounds in
5 „, patrons so carried. The figures of- at Trenton some time ago, following
 ?                                                                                                          •) few weeks arc often made by adding
                                                                                                            Yeast Vitamins and Iron (as contained
                                                                                                                                                                    Vacant Land—Three Lots 75x100 ft., David Street
'!''! tentlmes mount to such heights that, which the Gas Company agreed to                                  la Vlnol) to your diet. Vinol helps                                                                                        im      n 111 <*** 11 H I i *i 411 ••! 11 * i » • • 1111
• / ' they lue not really at all comprn- give the desired service to Conover
V," henslble to the average mind, the street by at once extending its mains
                                                                                                            stimulate appetite. Improves blood and
                                                                                                            nervous system, .vinol has helped
                                                                                                            thousand* gain needed weight and
                                                                                                            energy. Vlnol If delicious to take.
             average mind being incapable of down that street. In view of this
            conceiving what a million, for in- assurance on the part of the Gas
            stance, really is. The figures in con- Company, the petition for Conover
                                                                                                                    Peterson's Pharmacy                                                                                  Delicious
            nection with the passenger business street Was withdrawn and the hear-                                                                                       And Other Properties in This Vicinity
             of the Raritan River Railroad fo> " > ing in Newark was on the Highland
                                                        and Fourth Streets petitions.
            Tear 1916 were given out on Thui..J
            •f this week. According to their sta-                                                           Plumbing & Heating
            tistics the railroad in question car-
            Tied during the year a total of one            BARBOURREPORTS                                        Supplies
                                                                                                                                                                                CONVENIENT TERMS                         Tempting!
            million five hundred thousand pas-

            sengers on the road. The numbe:
            cl passengers carried one mile
             amounts to 6,384,896. This record
                                                                  The Belief Situation
                                                            Washington, Feb. 8.—There Is no
                                                                                                            Automatic Heat With Silent
                                                                                                             KORTH OIL BURNER                                       The First National Bank                              Are the Roasts and Prime Beef we furnish our customers.
            U unblemished by a single accident reason for any apprehension on the                                Easy Terms.                                                                                             The housewives of this section an patronizing us on an
                                                                                                                                                                           of South Amboy, N. J.
v            to a, single passenger while on the part of any WPA worker over the
'„'; trains of the company.                             action of Congress In holdinc thp
                                                        current relief approprion the $725-
                                                                                                                  Daniel J. Donlin                                                                                       ever-increasing scale, for here they are ahle to get the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         best in Meat, and at prices that will astonish you.
,t*r                             •    • •                                                                        104 North Stevens Ave.                                             Established 1888
<i'              On next Wednesday evening in 000,000 Instead of allowing the full                                   Telephone 262      I
•I Christ Church Parish House, St. $875,000,000 asked by the President.
        , Martha's Guild will give a "Masquer- Senator W. Warren Barbour has de-
            Me Party." Prizes are to be given to clared. He predicted that Congress
- . the ones who have the most, unique will appropriate any adidtlonal sum
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             STRAUB'S MARKET
            tostume. The hall will be decorat- found to be necessary to carry the                                                                                                                                                       Carl H. Straul), Pron.
            ed with hearts and valentines.              relief load until the end of the fiscal
rf              There will be games, music, danc- year, June 30 next, if it should do-                                                                                                                                           CHOICE MEATS AND VEGETABLES

•>•• tag and simple refreshments. Mrs velop that the amount provided i
 "." C S. Stults is chiarmati and she Is insufficient for this purpose.                                                                                                                                                  Telephone 850                         ny) N . Broadway
*           being assisted by the following wom-            "In effect," he said. "Congress ha
'T en: Mrs. C. S. Parker, Mrs. W. A. Riven the President $725,000,000 ;<
 a* Chapman, Mrs. G. H. Mack. Miss finance current relief requirements
 "'.' Charlotte Muirheld, Mrs. Sigvard with the understanding that if
I* Bmlllussen, Mrs Mary Campbell more money should be needed. !L
                     S. T. Bastedo, Mrs. W. Hayef, will be provided. The <"\K betwe*
      ,«, Mrs. George Clarke, Miss Dora Fred- the President and Cnnr-r?ss was not
         '. •ricks .and Miss Alice Van Sandt.           whether Congress sbnuld provlrt<
                                                         adequately for those who need re
   &   . -           •   *   *   '   "

        . ,~The testimonial dinner to Hon. T. lief, but whether the Job can be dons
                                                         for a smaller sum than the Presi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Tlu> HffXt
      ;;, ^ S c u l l y which will be held in St.
                   y'l Hall next Monday night, dent asked.

                      n's'> Birthday, promises to be a
                     successful affair.
                                                            "Congress simply said to the
                                                        President, 'See if you can't get along
     _^ -. Among the speakers of prominence on $725,000,000, without causing
         JRbo have promised to be present anyone to suffer. If you can't, vie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
        *«K: United States Senator J. Ham will give you whatever additlona
                         of Illinois; topic "citizen- amount is required.'
                       O "Lincoln." Hon. Geo. P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     t/uns to /miss soon!
      : ^tand, topic "united States."
                                                            "It is as if a board of directors
           OShaugnessay, M. C, of Rhode Is- said to an executive, or a father t
                                                        a son: 'You think you need this
                                                        larger sum. You may be right, but
                                                                                                                                            1st in Features
 j*            When the Common Council holds we think you can do the job for less
 4','IU bi-weekly meeting next Tuesday                  than that. Take this smaller sum
 fr** U Is expected that the City Solicitor do the best you can with it, and see
 ' , will have a report ready for the how you come out. If you need
 i' '• new school building, which was re- more money before you get through
                                                                                                                                             1st in Value                                                                                 If you have a Telephone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (or-are planning on one)

 \ tcnva to him at the last meeting of you can have it.'
    j that body. In view of the anxiety of                 "That is nil there is to the relief
 f-.thc Board of Education to get tho controversy. The smaller appvopri
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                THIS NOTICE
 J. new structure under way and the re-                 atlon moreover wisely provided tli                                  . - . and again in 1939
 tf luctance on the part of the Common no relief allowances need be cut u
 f Council to incur the necessary ex- all during the winter months, and                                                  people everywhere are saying,                                                                                    SS IMPORTANT TO YOU
 1- pense to the taxpayers because of from statements made by relief of-
     \jthe delicacy of the water situation flcials since the $725,000,000 wa
                                                                                                                        "CHEVROLET'S THE CHOICEi"/
  * •* the present time, the result of a approved. I do not believe any
 w"-j»o»ltroversy along similar lines be- worthy relief recipient, will be
                      the Board of Education and dropped from the rolls now or later.                                   Chevrolet outsells all others becimw Chev-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            I       Order a telephone N O W . . . to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    be sure you w i l l be listed in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    new book.
 p. the Common Council of the City of                      "Certainly Congress will take care.                          rolet Mil-rallies ull others! Thai's the
 ;,* Bridgeton may be of timely interest. of any deficiency if one should de-
                                                       velop before June 30. I know I                                   verdict of discerning buyers in nil parts of                                                                                Are you moving? . . . Tell us
        ^iChirkenpox is quite prevalent In should vote without question to do                                           the country, and it will be your verdict,                                                                                   about it NOW . . . we'll change
                i city, and many children are be- so."                                                                  too, when you weigh the many extrn-vitlue                                                                                   your address in this new direc-
 ^ l a * kept from school.                                        Dutch Elm Disease                                    features Chevrolet is offering. Modern                                                                                       tory.
  IV*                            • • •                     Rapid progress In New Jersey's
       '• -tile regular bl-wecfcly session of war against the ravages of Dutch                                          features—important features—exclusive
                                                                                                                       features like Vacuum Gearshift*, V«lve- A k m l Mol.(> Va|M
                  Common Council will be held as Elm disease, the scourge that had
                    next Tuesday evening. .At this resulted in the destruction of more
                    the ordinance governing the than 30,000 of these trees In the
                       * of ^munitions through this state, is seen if the requested in-
                                                                                                                       in-Head Engine, New "Observation Car"
                                                                                                                       Visibility, Perfected Knee-Action Riding extremely low price.! Only Chevrolet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3     |    Arrange NOW for listings of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     members of your business or'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    household . . . it costs little.
                   will come up for aecond read- crease in the appropriation of $200,-                                 systems and Tiptoe-Mntic Clutch—fea- gives so much for so little, and that is why
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Plan to advertise in the YELLOW
                                 • • •                 000 for that purpose, nsked of the,
                                                       Senate Committee on Agriculture by
                      Mils will be Introduced into Senator Barbour this week, is grant-
                                                                                                                       turen available nowhere else a t nuch —"Chevrolet's the Choice!"
                                                                                                                                    •Ai-alltbtt   on °U mo<<W, o/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4'        PACES of this directory , . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    there's still time If you act NOW.
                    f i l t e this session affecting ed, New Jersey, and particularly
               I1'city, one to take In the section North Jersey, has suffered more from                                                                                                                                                             Consulted by thousands daily,
               I'ftoyievllie Tnwnsl?lp through the blight than any section of the
                     the new P. B. R. road to the country. The appropriation of$338,~                                     SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER                                                                                           they direct buyers to you at low
                                        d the th
                   „ bridge .runs, and th other to 000 granted nine ir/onths ago al-
             _ .' the property of Wessco Real- ready has been exhausted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CALL YOUR BUSINESS OFFICI TODAYI

                                                                                                        BRIGGS GA AGE
             • Oomparijr to thU city.
                                                              Restore Coast Guard Base
                ,,very enJoyaWa social was held           With the Moro Castle, MohaWlt,
                 tne lecture room of the First         und Cflvnlier tragedies in mind, Sen-
                     orifttt'. Church on Tuesday ator Barbour this week requested
                     •, iFeb, oV" 'Judging from the Rear Admiral Russell Wacsche, com-
                  olai returns, the people altend- mandant of the United States Const                   Broadway and Main St.                                                                Telephone S. A. 322
      FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10,                                                                                                    THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                                                         ; PAGE'

   St Mary's School Newsj Helen ChandlerIn     JANUARY HONOR ROLL
                                                   FOR PUBLIC HCliOOL :'.
                               "Outward Bound"
     On the Day of Pentecost the Holy
   Spirit manifested His coming by aj
                                                                                                  The following st'aden's hnve i.<>r>
                                                                                               placed on the Class H»nor R•"•)! "••>.
                                                                                               Public School No. 2. they having at-
  visible and audible s'sn: tne tongue.;] H len Chandler and Alexander
   of fire indicated the enlightpnmeni "iklancl are appearing in the star                      tained an average of 90 per cent or
   of the Apostles and the Gifts of                                                            more during the month:
  tongues; the mighty mind the power cast of Sutton Vane's "Outward                                       SIXTH GRADE
   imparted to them. In Ike manner. Bound" which is now in its eighth
  to convey graces to us by means o; •veck at the Playhouse. New York. In
  it is the good pleasure of our Lord :he famous comedy they play the
  sensible signs, He ordained for the "Half-Ways," Henry and Ann, who
  communication of graces the use of are not always quite sure why they
                                                                                                  Wm. Inman, Doris Kurowsky
                                                                                               Dorothy Macdonald, Agnes Parse:)':
                                                                                               Mildred Hughejs, Elizabeth Krutel
                                                                                               Dorothy Milburn, Catherine Var
                                                                                               Horn, Irma Reese.
                                                                                                                                                        IF YOU BELIEVE IN INSURANCE
  such words and objects as clearly aie taking passage on the ship                                        FIFTH GRADE
  signify the grace bestowed; for the which is heading into the beyond.                          Nancy Bukard, Mary Gelsinon

                                                                                                                                          WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
  washing away of original sin He or-       Peons of critical acclaim greeted                  Bernice Wedeen, Donald Beckman
  dained that water should be poured "Outward Bound" when it was pre-                          Seymour Weiss, Betty Jane St:a!
  on the head (because water cleans- sented December last, and the praise                     ton, Richard Kurowsky, ' Dolores
  es) and at the same time a form of has never ceased. The play was re-                       Murphy, Emma Lear, Edmund Shul-
  words used which indicates that it cently the feature of the President's                    er.
  is done by the power of the Holy Birthday Celebration in Washing-                                     FOURTH GRADE
  Trinity. In order to impart to us tho ton, where it journeyed one Sunday                       William Creed, Edward Trigss:
  gifts of the Holy Spirit, light and night for a "command performance"                       Joan Smith, Dorothy Hulit, Cather-
  fortitude. He instituted the laying at the National Theatre, returning                      ine Levandoski.
  on o,f hands, with prayer and an- next day to the Playhouse, In New
  notating with oil (oil being used to York, so that Its run would not be
  give light and warmth).                Interrupted.
                                                                                                Kept World's First Libraries
                                                                                               Temple priests probably kept the
                                                                                              world's first libraries
                                                                                                                                                    (yet we do not sell insurance)
    The seven sacraments, Baptism,
  Confirmation, Penance, Holy Euch-
  arist;, Holy Orcjeis, Extreme Unc-
                                                              Where Quality                                Rules''                             * Do you know that all lapsed policies are not worthless?
                                                                                                                                               * Do you know that accident policies do not cover every type

   tion a,nd Matrimony, therefore, are
                                                FRANK'S          MARKET
                                                611 Bordentown Ave.                                           South Amboy
                                                                                                                                               of claim?
                                                                                                                                               * Do you know that you can obtain a loan on your insurance
                                                                                                                                               policy at approximately one-half the six per cent interest rate,
  sensible signs instituted by Christ,
  by means of which the graces of the           FREE DELIVERY                                                 Tel. S. A. 277                   generally charged by insurance companies?
  Holy Spirit are communicated to Us.
  In every sacrament there is: An
   appropriate ceremony, called the
  matter, and a form of words, which
                                                     MEAT — POULTRY — FISH                                                                     * Do you know that your policy can often be cashed in?
  accompanies the sign or ceremony,                 Specials for Thursday, Friday, Saturday Feb. 9, 10, 11
  and besides there is trie grace con-
  veyed. The sign, or visible part of           PRIME BEEF                                                           AA
  the sacrament, not only signifies
                                                                                                                                               * Do you know that since December, 1938, you should be re-
  what It Is effected In the. sacrament,
  but effects what is signifies. They
  are therefore, practical signs; they
  may also be termed instruments.
                                                CHUCK ROAST, 1b. 2 2 c                    C
                                                                                                                                               ceiving 1939 dividends on your weekly policies?
  and the graces conveyed through               Home Made Loose                 O P           Genuine Spring         AAQ
  them the effect of those instru-
  ments. The signs of the sacra-
  ments are like our Lord's humanity            Sausage, lb. Co Legs Lamb,lb Z o                                                               * Do you know that a 20-payment life policy is expensive?
  and the graces conveyed like the
  Godhead concealed beneath this hu-            Fresh Kilted Fricassee f ) £ ) C              Boneless               O O     C
   manity. Sensible signs wer^ in-
  stituted by our Lord for this purpose;
                                                Chickens, lb. Z o RoastingVealCO                                                               * Do you know that every time you pay a premium on an En-
 that the graces conferred by their
  means might be made duly apparent,
  and thus recognized by men. As
                                                                                                                                               dowment policy your protection is decreased?
  •water cleanses from impurity and
                                                Jersey                          Q C ° Jersey Rib End                m g\C
  extinguishes tire, the use of water
  signifies that our souls are cleansed         Fresh Hams, CO Pork Loins 1 "
  and the fire of hell Is quenched In                                                                                                          '     Although you spend hard earned money to secure insurance for yourself and
  us. As oil gives light and strength-
  ens the body, Its use In Confirma-
 .tlon indicates plainly that our souls
  are enlightened and fortified "by tiis:
 Holy Spirit: Our Lord made use of I
  distinct signs in conferring graces
 ;and benefits, although a thought, a
                                                Lean      Chopped Beef lb 22c                                                                   your family—do you know these facts?

                                                                                                                                               These are only a few of the many startling factoia which the average insurance policy holder does
                                                                                                                                               not realize. He might as well be blindfolded. In the long run he finds himself many dollars poorer.
 Word on MIS J>art, would have suf-
 ficed ; He touched the eyes of the
 blind man (Matt. IX 29); He touch-
                                                Sauer Kraut                                   Choice
                                                                                              Beef Liver, lb L o

 ed the leper; He breathed on the                 New                     Lb.
 Apostles and said to them: "Receive
 ye the Holy Ghost." (John XX, 22).
                                                Prime Beef                                    Armuora Star           n«      Q                                   Thi
                                                                                                                                                                                          WE      do not sell insurance.
     Under the old Dispensation like-
 wise, God bestowed His favors
 through signs; witness Moses' rod.
                                                Rib Roast Jb                                  CaJi Hams, lb l \                                   Policy Holders Advisers                 WE     do not recommend any Insurance Company.
 the hrRMtt serpent, the gall of the
 fish Wherewith Tobias' sight was re-           Fred*                         OP**            Large Canadian              f||\(                          ha* b««n created*
 stored, the cure of Naaman by wash-
 ing In the Jordan, sensible signs              Fillet HaddockZ 5 Smelts, lb.                                       Lo                                 To bring these important
                                                                                                                                                                                          WE      give you honest, expert, unbiased advice on how
                                                                                                                                                                                                  to buy insurance intelligently
 w « e instituted by our Lord for the                                                                                                             1,   facts to the insurance policy
 purpose of humbling the pride of
 man. Man who aspired to be as
 God, is now dependent for the recov-           Brookfield or Riil-for 1H>.                                                                            holding public.                    WE     show you how to get more protection for less
                                                                                                                                                       To advise the buying public
 ery of the grace he lost upon what
 Is lotfest in creation, lifeless matter.
 As for the sake of what Is sensible
                                                Cloverbloom D U l l C ! r o ] |                                                                        on how to receive the great-
                                                                                                                                                       est amount of protection
                                                                                                                                                                                          WE     show you how to have a legal beneficiary on
                                                                                                                                                                                                 your policy..
  man renounced heaven, it is meet                                                                                                                     for its money.1
 that by use of what is sensible he
  should rise again to that which Is
                                                Old Fashion White                             Armour's Star
                                                                                                                                                                                          WE     show you how to save 30% to 50% on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 amount you pay.
  suprasensible. Sensible signs are,
  in fact, required by the nature of
 man. If we were pure spirits we
                                                StoreCheeseJb 32* | Print Lard, lb. 10c
  could dispense with corporal signs
 lor the communication of spiritual                                                                                                                    Bring your premium receipt books and policies (valid or lapsed) with you.
  gifts, but as we are composed of
  body and soul, we have need of
  them. In addition ot the signs in-                                                  VEGETABLE*                                               They may be worth much more than you think. We receive no profit or commission.
 stituted by Christ, cevtaln ceremonies
  have been appointed by the                                                                                                                   Our charge for consultation is $1.00 regardless of the size of your policies. If our
  Church, in order to indicate still
   more| prec^ptibly the graces con-                                                                                                           services are necessary to help you enforce your rights with your insurance company,
 'lerred, and to increase the devotion
  of those who dispense and those
  Who receive the sacraments. The
  various significant ceremonies are
                                                Fancy Green Beans2 lbs 2 3 c                                                                   a further modest charge will be made based on services rendered. Ask for William
  like a mirror, wherein a man sees             Fancy Baldwin                                 California           Z bunches                   Ligorner, your friend and insurance counselor.
  the reflection of what goes on with-
  in the soul. The benefits God be-
  stows on us are more deeply im-
                                                Apples, 5 lbs 22c Carrots                                            15c
  •pressed upon our minds by the ac-
                                                Large Head
  companying ceremonial; it also deep-                                                        Canadian
                                                                                                                                                             ACT IMMEDIATELY . . . YOU MAY BE
  ens the devotion of both the dis-
  penser 'rind the recipient of the sac-
                                                Iceberg Lettuce 10c Turnips, lb.                                          3c                                          WASTING MONEY!
                                                              GROCERY SPECIALS
     ThrotfBh the seven sacraments we                Entire Week February 9th to February 15th, Inclusive
  receive divine grace at the very

                                                                       Dated Coffee, lb 2 4 c
                                                                                                                                          POLICY HOLDERS
  time of our life when we are most
  in need of it. These times occur at
  birth, a tour entrance into youth,
  when we have lost friendship of
  God, when we embrace a new state              Gold Medal                       2pkgs.       Morton's
  of life, and at the hour of death.
  As at sea there are islands and har-
   bors, whm'o the mariner can cast             Whe&ties                        26c Salt, 2pkgs 17c

                                                                                                                                           ADVISERS, INC
  anchor and take in supplies; as there         1 Box Kix Free                                Balloon Free
  are 1 roadside inns where the trav-
  eler can pause to rest and recruit            Flag                         241b. bag        V. S. O.
  his strength, so on the weary journey
. of life the sacraments are provided
  to afford support nnd refreshment
                                                Flour                           89c Oatmeal, 2pkgs
                                                                                              Cereal Bowl Ftce
  now and again to the pilgrim. By              Free—Mixing Bowl and Spoon
  the threo sacraments, Baptism, Con-           Grecnclrcle         Mb. jar                   Octagon
   firmation and Holy Orders, there is                                                                                                                                                 (Opposite WoolwortU'a)
   imprinted upon the soul a certain
   spiritual and indelible mark or char-        Peanut Butter 15c Soap, 4 cakes 19c                                                             OFFICE HOURS
   acter on account of which they can-
                                                Standard . '                      A cans
                                                                                              Cake Octagon ToHtt Soap Free
                                                                                                                                             Daily 9 A. M.—8 P. M.
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   not be repeated. (Council of Trent).
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   This Indelible mark consists in a spe-
   cial consecration and dedication to
   Christ. This mark is not effected by
                                                Tomatoes 25c Fruit Salad 25c                                                              Fri. & Sat. 9 A. M.—0 F. M.
                                                                                                                                              And by Appointment                PERTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY
   mortal sin; it can never be remover           Flagstaff                        Scans
   from the soul. Consequently thesi
   throe sacraments can never be re
   coived a second time, not even by
                                                Orange Juice 23c Fig Bars, 2lbs 25c            Crispy
                                                                                                                                                WE DO NOT SELL INSURANCE                                                   WE SHOW YOU
   one who has apostatized from thr
   faith and hat) been received buck in
                                                                  Suction Suds Gill Dirt
                                                                       Prottctf* ClolhM
                                                                                                                                                                HOW TO BUY IT.
   to tho Church. These three «acrn
   ments will be like a seal upon 111                                                                          Speedy Suds
   soul In a future life; they will be i
   cause of eternal glory nnd rojolcini                        l*rgt   hipso
   to tho blessed: to tho rcprobati
   they win be a source of shame am
                                                              21c 9c                            SELOX
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     JP-RIDAY/FEBBUABY io,
                                                                                                                                         THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           .„, SViiere tlaro »tuoa» Vcme F
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 llari'ilKC'D BtitM. one JmmlredUQO)          Hard woods are obtained from
                                                                                                                                         I ship at tlx'                                                                           !<vi, Vtst'iu-e iiurllu'i'ly in a line trees of the dictotyledon group, such
                 From "Jesse James" with Tyrone         Mrs. Anna Franz                                                                                                                                           v-w J w e y     parallel with t h e riistiviy lliw ol as the oak.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 IViinM Avrtuic. out' lnmdit'd <1OD>
                                                                                                                                                                                       -,,-„,«,;                 w i aiut Wai- t r f f nu-iuv wr.sterly in n line p a r a l -
                 Power, at the Empire Sunday and Monday; Funeral Held at Parlin j                                                                                                                                ,wwj;i as Wat- lel with (lie tllsl dt'st-rilH'd course
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               • iaw hutuUfd > lOO> f,vt ti> the east-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       "i>J•• *<} Estate W K a - tsily Inn- m IVIKIUI Avenue; "thence M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               JUST AS YOU LIKE IT
                                                            Tuesday Afternoon CHR1S1                                                                    'TS\ ' O f Vl.                                                      E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        UiJiH? taowu a> !O«ti>fily              tilt' easterly line of
                                                                                                                                                                                             vi'jji;: j#«' J<u)kii4iit;4, (iewiseil i. and Donald Aivmif. out' hundred 1100)            AMONG
                                                                                                       Funeral services were held on                                                                                                                  *
                                                                                                                                                                                              'i3ie»t,V:i)>' J»li»Wt'., his wife, et als.. v~ec C» Uit' plun' of boni'min^.
                                                                                                     Tuesday for Mrs. Anna Frnnz, 79                                                      ! '^Itu^viiW.; SVB'a. for ih<; sate oE         J       ISi-MNO the snmf promises con-
                                                                                                     years of age, widow of the late
                                                                                                     Rhelnhardt Franz. Rev. C.ottliob
                                                                                                                                                                                              !uiJU(4ai;uii. i^KojisQii duted January veyed to tttmk Jnnkuwlt/. and Ka-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tawyii* Jaiikiiwiti-.. his wife, by
                                                                                                                                                                                                  B,v; virquq. of, Ujc, above stated tlwd vl Mus-supiut Bros. & Com-
                                                                                                     Reusch. of Sayreville, officiated ?.\                                                                                                                                                    FOR A BRIMMING
                                                                                                     the services held at 2 p. m. from                                                    j vv;iii, to uiu dirijetijd and; delivered, pany. Inc.. a I'm point Ion of New
                                                                                                     the residence. Interment was in
                                                                                                     Monumental Cemetery, South Kivrr
                                                                                                       Surviving are four dAushtfvs
                                                                                                                                                                                          I ) will e.xpuse to saio a t public ven- Jersey dsitnl n«vi'inber 7. 1922. and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             •'ec-ordeil in Book 73L' of the Middle-
                                                                                                                                                                                          • iVHlAS.HdJ>AX, THE EIGHTH, DAY sex County Clerk's Ollice, on page
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GLASS OF
                                                                                                     Mrs. Mary Snyrter of Sa>r< v;'.;r
                                                                                                     Mrs. Sophie Granlich of M'.lli.w,
                                                                                                                                                                                          i Qtf.MAKQH. A, D., NINETEEN
                                                                                                                                                                                          ;          HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Btfing the promises commonly
                                                                                                                                                                                          ' -xi two o'clock Standard Time in the knuwn awt dt'siKimtcil as No. C80
                                                                                                     Mrs. Angelica Barich of HI*!1'•'-"•-
                                                                                                     Park and Mrs. James Nob:.' ?'. Ov.
                                                                                                    Bridge, a son Geonie, of Par'.'.r. I"
                                                                                                                                                                                          ! ilk'xuoon of the said day, at theDonald Avenue. Penh Amboy, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                          ! djic-UTs, Otfice in the City of New The approximate amount of the                            • •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             decree to be satisfied by said sale is        Plan To Visit a While At
                                                                                                     prandclUldren and rl>:h! <--si                                                       i \1<U jiuitoriujs, cQUipin<,'nt, furnish • th;j sum of four thousand three hun-
                                                                                                   I grandchildren.                                                                          •iijW oip other property whatsoever dred fourteen dollars i$-l,;iI4.00l to-
                                                                                                                                                                                             •u^tuUt'U or to bo in.Htiillud and u-w 1 gether with the costs of this sale.
                                                                                                                                                                                             •u :iiid abiwt the building or bulld-                                                      ROMEO'S
                                                                                              Mrs. Sarah Cottrell                                                                         1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tose'her with nil anil singular
                                                                                                                                                                                             Uiiis. now yroute-d or hereafter to fc'-* rishts, privileges, hereditaments
                                                                                                                                                                                                levied upon the lands herein." dt- an'.! a-purtenr.nees thereunto be-
                                                                                               Funeral Rites Wet?                                                                                                                             j
                                                                                                                                                                            ' *- v.Hllid. sciibod, which are necessary ti> t h ' longing or ta anywise ni-|'£rtain-
                                                                                                                                                                                          . vinplQtt; and comfortable use and
                                                                                                                                                                                          • uv\upiiucy of such buildmg or                  i1 in«.                                          359 Bordentown Avenue
                                                                                                    Hel^On Monir,                                                                           'auiloinij.s for the purposes for whie'i                         JULIUS C. ENGEL.
                                                                                                                                                                                         i • hey we: e or iu'e to be erected, in- S'an'ey S. Dickerson. Solicitor.             Sheriff.      (Just Below Pine Avenue)

                                                                                                       Mrs. Surah Cottrell S f yrars >.
                                                                                                    age died at her homo in Brovr.:.*w.>

                                                                                                    on Friday. The funeral to;** jCs.v •".V xV-ty s .?:!.«. rttift* S',Hia.v's •ucineratiug equipment, and appur- , **+**+*<**++++*& *+********+*********                                               *************!>+
                                                                                                    on Monday afternoon at 3 P. M tr:v.j«;*:A"i'i*. i.:'.d >.v tve *IM&VU * H J -foiuiws thereto ithe party that tif e :           of h

        MRS. G. O'BRIEN
                                                                                                    from her late residence with :*•.!• >;is:ric; >*ii t*y 'ooiius iwwanl tlrsi intended that declaring herein i j
                                                        The administration believes the Rev. Robert. Bergen of Mataw-v.-,                                                                    •i is
                                                                                                                                                                                                      porn hereby
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the items
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Dancing and Entertainment
                                                                                                                                                  .-.-.<5 >ci". «."tv! stv. .ujv' coitlcS ..-iiUiUierated shall be deemed to j
                WINS GRAND PRIZE                     present Supreme Court, more liber- flcla't|ng. mterniem was in Chris: :-> :h'u:v:."rs:.v^\i it vvu s;sw them." have been permanently installed '>
                  AT ST. MARY'S SOCIAL alIy constituted, would not exempt c h u r c h Cenuter>-. this city.                                  :v;                                                                                        -s  Friday and Saturday Nights
                                                                                                                                                                                             a part of the realty 1 .
          When the final gold certificate I 1 a vr T">e new law, as contemplated, ghter M^ Sarah W. Cottrri:. A:'.>:
       fame of the present game social se-
       ries was held at the party sponsor-
                                                    I anyone f r o m
                                                           Jh           w,
                                                                        "'"" ' regardless of
                                                                                             taJ[      Surviving the deceased are a A»u-
                                                                        iresent and future a son _ w i i : i a m T . of New York siatJ.
                                                                                                             IN APPRECIATION
                                                                                                                                                  FIRST I'KKSUYTKRIAN
                                                                                                                                                                                                  \XD ALSO all the following rie-
                                                                                                                                                                                             -cited lands, to wit: ALL those;
                                                                                                                                                                                            i-crtam lots, tract ^s' or parcel is) j
                                                                                                                                                                                             of land and premises heivmafter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       JOE JEROME'S TAVERN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rid|>eway and Scott Avenues                     Phone S. A. 557
       ed by St. Marys Parish at St. Marys c o m e t a X l b u t w o u l d c to Federal rln-                                                     Broadway and Church Street                  particularly described, situate, lying
       Hall. Wednesday evening. Mrs. G.                                        ontaln a
                                                                                        P "  o         Mrs. Joseph Doyie and fan;.:1.} Kov. F. VanHorn. Jr.. Pastor. •uut being in the Citv of Perth Am-
       CBrftn of DavW st.. was the win-                                                             wish to express thrir appreciat:jn                                                      boy. in 'the County of Middlesex
                                                                                                                                               10 A. M. Bible School in charge and the State of New Jersey:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Don't Miss Saturday, February 11
       Her of the grand prize of $100 insince few, 'f any, Congressmen are of acts of kindness of members or of our Superintendent. Furman
       furniture, or $50 in cash. Miss Ca- Inclined to permit lndvduals to pay
                                                                                                    the First Aid Squad, priests of St.
       therine Gereghty was the winner of taxes on Incomes spent at a time Marys Parish, neighbors and our
                                                                                                                                            Sheppard. Classes for all ages.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 KNOWN AND DESIGNATED as
                                                                                                                                                                                            Lots No?. 478. 479. 480 and 481, on
                                                                                                                                               11 A. M. Morning Worship and a map of 364 lots owned by William
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           OLD TIMER'S NIGHT
       the $10 cash door prize. The Lucky when the Court ruled them exempt!many friends who sent floral offer-                                                                              H. Moffltt Realty Company of New                               FULL COURSE HOT ROAST BEEF SUPPER
       Seventh prize of $100 went unclaim- from income taxes.                                      ings, sympathy cards and cars dur- p r n non by the Pastor. Theme: Jersey located at Forestdale Heights                                           Prizes—Games—Contests                          Tickets 50 Cents
       ed.                                                                                         ing their recent bereavement.            "Both Lord and Christ."                         in said City, surveyed May. 1900, by
                                                            Merchant Marine Cadets                                                             7:30 P. M. Evening Worship and William J. Lansley, and filed for                                                CALL AND MAKE RESERVATIONS
          Donors of $5 cash were Mrs. F.
       Mclaughlin. Mrs. P. Monaghan, TUe United States Maritime Com-
       Mrs. P. McCarthy, Mrs. H. Pallatto, mission has announced an exami-
                                                                                                 CHURCHNEWS                                  Sermon by the Pastor. Theme: record in the Register's Office of
                                                                                                                                           r'The God of My Youth". The Young Middlesex County. N. J.. May, 1900,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          PROFESSOR ANDY NELSON'S ORCHESTRA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Art (Red) Parker Master of Ceremonies
                                                    nation for Deck Cadet and Engineer                                                                                                     which lots taken together are more
       John McDonald donated $3.
                                                    Cadet in the American Merchant                     FIRST RAPTIST CHURCH ;People will have charge of the ser-particularly described as follows:
                                                                                                                                            vie?.                                                                                           f+*********************i*******************4Mill*
          Other prize donors were Mrs. W.                                                              Walter W. Mining«r. Minister                                                              BEGINNING at a point in the
       Munn, O. Pasterak, Mrs. L. Nebus, Marine, application for which must                               Second and Stockton Sts.        i Thursday. 7:30 P. M. Prayer meet-
                                                                                                                                                                                           easterly line of Donald Avenue, dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             »**f t >***t»*l »•• H I I 11 11 !»•§< I I I I I 1 1
       Paul Pierson, Mrs. James Moyle, M.           be on file not later than March 1,                                                      ing and Bible study.
                                                                                                               Sunday Notires                                                              tant one hundred (100) feet north-
       Mas?le, Mrs. J. Murphy, Miss Sue 1939.                                                         9:45 A. M. Sunday School.           ! Friday S P. M. Silver Tea at the
                                                                                                                                                                                           erly from the northeast corner of                                   WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS
       O'Brien a n a E. J. O'Brien.                    Applicant's must be not less than              11:00 A. M. Morning Worship.         home of Mrs. J. Le Larew.                       Donald Avenue and Harrington
          A nsw series will begin next Wed- 17 and not more than 25 years ol                                                              j Wf welcome you to the program Street;' thence easterly in a line
       nesday evening when a gold cer- on March 1. They must have cer-
      tificate will be awarded to all pres-
      ent. This certificate will entitle all
                                                    tain requirements of education
                                                    such as woulcj be met in the Scien-
      players to participate in the party tific Course of most high schoois
                                                                                                      7:30 P. M. Ei-ening Worshin.
                                                                                                       METHODIST EPISCOPAL
                                                                                                                                          : of this Church.                                parallel with the northerly line of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Broadway Market
      • t the end of the series. Among the and which may be read in detail at Rev. CharlesCHURCH                  J. Champion, Pastor                                                 PLAY                                                                122 N. Broadway South Amboy
      prises will be a studio couch, ton a n ; first or second class post office,                               John Street
      •f coal, five tube Emerson radio,                                                                                                                                                                                                              WE DELIVER                                         PHONE 261
      cedar chest and a ten dollar groc- LEGION ARRANGES FOR
      ery order. The Lucky Seventh prize
      will be $100 if success is secured in
                                                           OPENING OF "DUGOUT'
                                                       With the Dugout" at the Legion
      •ix, numbers. Th e door prize will be headquarters completed this week,
                                                                                                  Between Broadway St Stevens Ave.
                                                                                                  "A FRIENDLY CHURCH WITH A
                                                                                                           GOSPEL MESSAGE"
                                                                                                          Sunday, February 12th
                                                                                                                                                        Shuffleboard           AT THE NEW                                             Sauerkraut, lb 5c                                 Fricassee
      #10 in cash.                                  members are proceeding with ar- 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. T. W.
         Members of the committee for, rangemoits for the grand opening, Armstrong. Supt. There is a place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Chickens, lb. 25c
      Wednesday evening are: Mrs. Mary t o t a l c e p l a c e S a t u r d a y e v e n t o g . for you.
      « 0 !!. n > ™i ?L ro!ldwa y; M r s - E - J N February 18th.
      Morris, 238 First St.; Mrs. James A m n e r w i ] 1 b e s e r v e d ^ t h e Good Fellowship.
                                                                                                     11:00 A. M. Worship. Good Music.

      Murray 308 Bordentown ave.;St.; c o m m l t t e e h a s arranged a program Sermon subject: "Seeing the In-
                                                                                                                                                        SEA SHELL                                                                                    Whole or Half

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fresh Hams 26c Lamb, lb. 18c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lb. Forequarter

      JUchard Nicorvo 122 George SMrs.of entertainment, which will fea- rfsible."
      JUchard Nicorvo 122 George t ;                                                                                                                                        BAR AND GRILL
      Mrs. Edward Noble, 251 Augusta st. ture the appearance of William 6:45 P. M. Epworth Leagua
                                                                     the original "Arkan- Devotional Service. A Liive, Helpful                    GOOD FOOD                                                      GOOD DRINKS                      Sugar, 5lbs. 23c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Chuck                    lb. and up
     Mrs. Reginald Nuttall, 215 George
     «t.; Mrs. Joseph Phillips. 316 Main
     at.; Mrs. John Price, First st.; Mrs.
                                                         Traveller"  and his troupe.
                                                                                                Young People's Meeting.
                                                                                                    7:30 P. M. Worship. An Hour of,
                                                                                                  piritual Uplift and Christian Fe:-!
                                                                                                                                                                      ENTIRELY REMODELED                                         i Pot Roast 21c                                        Fancy                     Lb. \
     Thomas Quinlan, 428 David st.;
                                                            The Redwood Empire
                                                       The Redwood empire lies north of owship. Sermon subject: "The                              ROUTE 35                                                      MORGAN, N. J.                     Chopped Meat 21c
     Mrs -Agnes Bankin, 521 Bidgeway San Francisco in the state of Cali- hings Above."
     •ve,; Mrs. M. O'Brien, 330 George fornia.
     «t.; Miss Sadie Tarallo, Bordentown
                                                                                                    8:45 P. M. Young People's Fellow-                                                                                            : Round Roast, lb 29c                                  Rousting'
      •ve.; Miss Helen Delaney, Fourth
     St.; Lestrr Peterson, 380 Wilmont • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I                     FREE!    FREE!       FREE!                                                                              Chickens, lb. 28c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I Neck End
     «t. John Pothoff, 49 Church St.;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sliced
      John Po'wderly, 356 George s f .:
                                                                                                                                                Pond Lily Tavern Saturday Night                                                  i Spare Ribs, lb 10c                                                                  C
     Junes Quinlan. 414 John st.; Ed.
     Rattigan, 419 Gordon st.; Dennis
     iQulnlan, 333 David st. Edward
     Pavers. 104 Pine ave.                            ButlerFood StoresI
                                                                      OF NEW JERSEY                                                •
                                                                                                                                               Hamburger Sandwich and a Good Time!
                                                                                                                                               FREE CLAMS FRIDAY                       TABLES FOR LADIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Peaches, can 15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      End cut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Pork Chops, lb 18cLima Beans 19c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Green                   2 lbs.

       WAS                                                                                                                                            Lily Tavern
                                                                                                                                                Pond Pine Avenue        HEART'S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Fresh Home Made                        Fancy                  Large iar
                                                      110 South Broadway                                     Telephone 768                        14G
                                                                                                                                                       MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT MICKEY'S                                                  Sausage, lb. 25c Dill Pickles 12c
                                                                              FREE DELIVERY

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                                                          1 LB. COD FILLETS                      ALL THREE ITEMS                                      Jack Benny
                                                          Ocean Fresh-Boneless
              •Y CONGRESSMAN
          Considerable correspondence has
                                                             1 BOX SPINACH
                                                         1 BOX RASPBERRIES                            65c                                         TONIGHT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          One Day Only
        been received, principally from or-
        ganizations of state and municlpa •                                         2 SPECIALS
        employees, regarding proposals by
       the Federal Government to tax tho•              RASPBERRIES, Serves 4 Generously, 10 oz. box                        19c                                                                                                                                               GOING c
       Incomes of state and municipal em-
       ployees. The letters ini?iicate a gen- S
       eral lack o.' specific knowledge on •
                                                       LIMA BEANS, All Shelled, equals 2 lbs                               23c                                                                                                                                                  TLACE5
        the subject.
          The basic law provides that all S                      Spinach, Box (11 oz.)                           23c
       persons within certain income class- 3                    CUT CORN, oox (13 oz.)                          23c
       ifications shall be taxed at certain                                                                                                                 ) They're in for life
       rates. The Supreme Court ruled that •                     COD FILLETS, (1 lb.)                            23c                                      _r .. . . but they only
       the salaries of Federal judges, •                         BLUE BERRIES, box (11 oz.)                      25c                                          stay In for the
       •rtiich under t h e Constitution "can-                                                                                                                 laughsl                     in TECHNICOLOR
       not be diminished" were not taxa-
       ble and that the salaries of employ-
       ees of political subdivisions within
       the states were not subject to taxa-
                                                       Premier GRAPEFRUIT Sections in Syrup, large can..lOc
                                                       PREMIER COFFEE, 23c. Special, 3 cans                                69c
                                                                                                                                              ^w          PRESTON FOSTER
                                                                                                                                                          TONY M A R T I N
                                                                                                                                                                                        TYRONE POWER
                                                                                                                                                                                        HENRY F O N D A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SAY IT                                     ... DICK POWELL
     . Won by the Federal Government.
     ' jm'Federal employees, except for
       •bout 8O0 Judges, always have been
       miWect to these taxes.
                                                       PREMIER PEANUT BUTTER, jar                                          17c
                                                                                                                                                          PHYLLIS BROOKS
                                                                                                                                                          ARTHUR TREACHER
                                                                                                                                                                                        N A N C Y KELLY
                                                                                                                                                                                        RANDOLPH SCOn
                                                                                                                                                                                        Inn lill - t i n liHtmlli
                                                                                                                                                                                        I. k«W.| . MM Mm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FRENCH                                      ANITA LOUISE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ALLEN JENKINS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "IftLD UlM'.m WAI U R CATUIt
                                                       SWEET WRINCKLED PEAS                                   2 cans for 25c                              MM BMMII . UMt M k i          Ilia Ciiiiiiii . IIIIK IMI                        * rmavmrt KMn • « •                           HAROlO HIIHiH
          The principle or exemption of                                                                                                                   HMBmmia • IMwr Tatar          lili twill . lut IKIIII
       Btate employees was based on the
       argument that such taxation would
                                                       TINY TOT WHITE CORN, 2 large cans                                   25c                            BUI ROBINSON                  I                                                RAY MILLANO                                                SULUVMt

                                                                                                                                                                               by Hanry Klnf
       be a tax on the state and, not on the
       IndiviihiBl.     Presumably the Court
                                                       MUSHROOMS, 2 oz. cans                                            -....10c
                                                                                                                                              ADDED ATTRACTIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                        f A 20th Canfcnv-Foi Flrtvir.                   OLYMPE BRADNA
       tvuoned that state salaries would               Large Juicy FLORIDA ORANGES, dozen                                  19c                  MARCH OF TIME                                                                     ADDED ATTRACTIONS                          ADDED ATTRACTION
       twve to be a little higher to permit                                                                                                                                               ADDED ATTRACTION
       payment at Vedoral income taxes by              Large GRAPE FRUIT                                             3 for 10c                    The Refugee                                                                          Musical Comedy
       state employees. These salaries, of                                                                                                                                                  Blue Barone Band                                                                  Crime Doesn't Pay
       course, are paid with Btate tax mo-             25 TANGERINES for                                                  20c                                                                                                          Pictorial Revue
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           FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939
                                                                                                                                                   THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN
                         THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                                                                                                                  MHS DOIUS EULNER              Can't Count on Satan        |    Oil Made from Grape Seeds
                                       V          o.    NO. 2                                                                                                                                                               You                                          from grape seeds is used
                                                                                                                                                                                                       TKXPKREP SHOWER j gwinter never know when Satan is j in Oil made for botli culinary and il-
                             Published -very Friday Momin? By                                                                                                                                                                    do his best singin'," said     Europe
                                                                                                                                                                                                   With the Misses Mary McKeon Uncle Eben, "wif de most evi! in- luminating purposes. It closely re-
                         THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN. Inc.                                                                                                                                           and Gertrude Grimes, the sponsors, tentions."                             | sembles olive oil.
                           At 211 First Street, South Amboy, N. J.                                                                                                                               a surprise shower was given for l
                                 J. MELFORD ROLL, Editor                                            Mr. and Mrs. Burk Lambertson, • P. j . Cooney, of Main sti-eet,                             Miss Doris Eulner, daughter of Mr.
                                  Telephone South Amboy 4                                       of First street, left Tuesday to spend spending a vacation in Florida,                           and Mrs. Herman Eulner at the
                                                                                                a vacation in Florida.                                                              * * *       White Gate Inn, near Matawan, on
                             FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939                                                                   * * *                                                                  Saturday afternoon. The event was I
                                                                                                    George Abel, of Parlin, formerly O.Charles Nau. son of Mr. a patient                          and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                in honor of Miss Eulner's marriage!
              Entered as Second Class Matter at the South Amboy Post Office                     of this city, underwent an operation at the localPine avenue, is        Nau, of
                                                                                                                                                                                 hospital.      to Merrill L, Condit, son of Mrs.
                               Under the Act of March 3, 1879                                   at Middlesex Hospital, New Bruns-                                                               William Condit of this city at the
                                                                                                wick, last Saturday. He expects to                                                              Christ Episcopal Church on Feb. 21..
                                                                                                return to his home in a day or two.                                   Mrs. George Cliver. of Second St.,
                Subscription Rates: $1.50 per Year by Mail; $2.00 by Carrier                                                                                                                       A dinner was served, cards were j
                                                                                                                                                                   has been confined to her home for
                                                                                                                         * •           •
                        $2.00 Outside of Zone 1. Four Cents per Copy                                Mrs. Mary Foley. of Laurence                                                                played and Miss Eulner received a I
                                                                                                                                                                   several days as the result of injuries
                                                                                                Harbor, was treated at the local hos- received in a fall.                                       number of beautiful gifts.
                             COMPOSITION RESPONSIBILITY                                         pital Friday for a fractured shoul-                                                  • * •        The guests were: Mrs. Herman \
                                                                                                                                                                                                Eulner, Mrs. Donald Reed, Jr., Mrs. j
                                                                                                                                                                      Louis King, who has been con-
            This newspaper will not be liable for errors appearing in any adver- 3er received when she slipped and                                                                              Vincent Abbatiello, Mrs. R. S. Ah- j
                                                                                                fell on tlie ice near her home.                                    fined to his home on Broadway for
       tising beyond the cost of the space occupied by the error.                                                                                                                               rena, the Misses Carmelita Lucitt,,
                                                                                                                                                                   seme time on account of illness, is
                                                                                                                                                                   able to be about again.      Ella Boehn, Helen Johnson, Doris \
                                                                                                                              /                                                     • * *       Eulner, Gertrude Grimes, Mary Me
                                                                                                                                                                                                Kcon, Ann Monaghan, Katherine
    Many Students On                                             Second Grade
                                                   Virginia Williams, Mary Jankov
                                                ski, Mary Thompson. Mary Serg.
                                                                                                    IX CIIAXCKKY OI* NEW JRIISEY                                      Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Hoffman of
                                                                                                                                                                                                Eulner, Margaret Dolan, Bernadine
                                                                                                                                                                  Henry street are the parents of a
                                                                                                  To Elizabeth Brlggs. George Brlggs. sen. born Sat.i-nay at tJu> South                         Dolan, Mae Kelly, Helen Kelly and
     Examination Honor                          Ann McC'onnack. Patricia Hen
                                                                                               her husband, or Mr. Brlggs, her hus- Amboy Memorial Hospital.
                                                Catherine Drinka, Bernice Peterson band. William Brlggs. and Mrs. William
                                                dricks, Marguerie Cheeseman, Am
                                                                                                                                                                                                Margaret Sullivan.                        • 'Mue coal* burns iviih a mild natural draft. Thus it sends more
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 useful heat to your living quarters-less waste heal up the chimney.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 You gel more hu;il for your money. Order 'l>luc coal* from us today,
        Roll AtSt. Mary's                       Scully, Frances Breraian, John Hig bert Dawson Brlggs, and Mrs. Albert ; D a v l d stYcet-
                                                gins, Archangelo- DiMattia, France Dawson Briggs, his wife. Henry Brlggs vacation trip to Florida Wednesday
                                                                                              \ind Mrs. Henry Briggs. his wife, Clara I evening.
                                                                                                                                                                                  returned home from a
                                                                                                                                                                                           '                                                           FLORENCE M. LITTELL, Phone 10
                                                Gallagher, Vincent Abbatiello, Don Brlggs nnd Mr. Brlggs. her husband.'
         The following pupils of St. Mary's aid Cooney, Jeremiah Connors, Jo. John J. Hays, their heirs, devisees and'l M lj s s R a r h n r n «•„„,. rfaucrhf _
      liigh and Grammar Schools having eph Davies, Mary McCabe, Hele: personal representatives and their or! M r
                                                                                                                                                                                    x • •
                                                                                                                                                                           Barbara KaSS. d a u g h t e r
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Next Tuesday
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ,                                 Tune in on "The Shadow" Every Sunday at 5:30 P. M., Station WOI
      passed their mid-year examinations, Mlnnic'k, Alberta O'Brien, Josep administrators, heirs, devisees, executors, j Church Street, Benjamin, Kass, her
      liave been placed on the Honor Roll: Potts.
                       Seniors                                    First Grade
                                                                                              cny of their
                                                                                                                        grantees, assigns or BUC-
                                                                                              cessors In right, tltlo cr Interest.
                                                                                                                                                                 1 - and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                      ls confined to
                                                                                                                                                                  home on account of illness.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       February 14th

                                                                                                  By virtue of an order of the Court of                                                                                                        •••••••••••••••••••••••••
         Katherine Dolan, Francis Donnola, Donald Astarlta, Marilyn Baran Chancery of New Jersey, mnde on the Jo*hn J. Triggs Ls ill at his home
      Albert Kisko, Ernestine Kolodziej, owskl, Rosemary Bra<5ee, Barban day of the cause wherein Cornelia M. on Firss street.
                                                                                                                      date hereof. February                                                          St. Valentine's Day
                                                                                              1939, In a
     -Ann O'Connor, Carmen Scarpellino, Covert, Elizabeth Flsler, Jean Ma' Lambertson Is complainant and Eliza-
      Sebastian Suma, John Weir, Helen rle Innes, Marguerite Kenny, Ray- beth Brlggs, George Brings, her hus- G. T. Wilhelm is confined to his                                                                   Novelty Cards — Favors—
      Bacaenski, Marian Nuttall, Helen mond Lotkowictz, Joseph Lovely biiiid, or Mr. Briggs, her husband. Wil- home on First street on account of
      Polguy, Helen Tracey, Margaret Pow- James O'Connell, Nancy O'Connor liam Brlggs. and Mrs. William Brlggs, illness.                                                                                         Candies — Mementos—Ap-
      <derly, Louis AlbaneEe, Mary Tabns- Kathleen Sullivan, John Vail, Mar' his wl'e, George Briggs, Jr.. and Mrs.                                                                • * •
     Tko, James Carney, Eileen Friel.          Vail.                                          George Brings. Jr.. his wife, Albert Daw-                                                                          propriate for the Occasion
                                                                                              Ron Briggs nnd Mrs Albert Daweon                                       Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boardman
         Doris O'Connor, Elcanore Jablon-
     ska. Rose Birardi, Sylvester Szaro-
     leta, Margaret Maurer, Margaret M.
                                                   Catholic Club
                                                                                              Brlggs. his wife. Henry Briggs nnd Mrs. of Perth Amboy are touring Flori-
                                                                                              Henry Briggs, his wife. Clnra Brlggs nnd
                                                                                              Mr. Brlggs, her husband, Jotin J. Hnys, da'
                                                                                              their heirs, devisees nnd personal rep- Miss Charlote Hawes of this city.
                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. Boardman is the former
                                                                                                                                                                                    • * *                        YOUR HOME DRUG STORE
     Banfleld, Ann Albanese. Catherine
     O'Connor, Fleurettc Besner, John                  Members Honor                          resentatives nnd their or nny of their
                                                                                              heirs, devisees, executors, administra-                                Miss Prances Grembowicz of Au-
                                                                                              tors, grantees, assigns or successors in gusta street has begun a course of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                508 WASHINGTON AVE.                           TELEPHONE 339
     T"ord. Rose Charmello, Mary Lyons,
     "Elizabeth Clark, Claire Halasicwicz,                   John Coakle\                     right, title or interest and others are training in nursing at St. Michaels
                                                                                             defendants, you nre required to appear hospital in Newark.
                                                                                             and nnswer the bill of said complainant,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ARKY'S                                             NEAR SACRED HEART CHURCH

     Mildred Carney, Richard Holton,
     John Klimklewicz, Benjamin Wylu-
                                                                                             on or before the 7th day of April, next.
                                                                                             or the said bill will be taken os con-                                  The monthly meeting of the La-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   118 NORTH BROADWAY          Fresh
     <3a, Catharine Egan.                      Retiring President Feted A fessed agninst you.                                                                    dies Aid Society of the First Bap-                  Telephone 123 & 165
         Alberta Barber, Pauline Baker,
     Alice Carroll, Caroline Crlne, Joan
                                                      Brennan's Grill Tuesday
                                                                                                 The said bill is filed to foreclose the tist Church will be held Monday
                                                                                               len of a certain tax sale certificate evening at the home of Mrs. Ray-
                                                                                             mtide by the Township of Madison in
                                                                                             Middlesex County to Cornelia M. Lam- mond Davis on outer Main street, j
     Cross, Mary Donlin, Agnes Mochen, The seventh annual banquet oi bertson, the Complainant, dated the 16th Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Walter W. Mlnn-
     Chester Zamorskl, John Southard. the South Amboy Catholic Club, day of October, 1929, on certain lands inger and Mrs. James Kirk will be
     Ernest Chullli, Kathryn Cooney, Ce- held as a testimonial to the retirin and premises in the Township of Jersey. the hostesses.                       Mad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Pork Shoulders Ib 15c
     cilia Baczenski, Catherine Concan- president, John Coakley, was at more particularly County, New follows:
    •iion, Florence Cross, Edna Gomollta, tended by seventy-five                member;
                                                                                             lson. Middlesex
                                                                                                                           described ns
                                                                                                 ALL that certain let, tract or parcel ANNUAL ELECTION HELD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bayer's Sauer Kraut, lb, 5c
     Tlorence Grynkiewicz, Mary Heim. and guests. The affair was stagei of land and premises, hereinafter par-                                                           BY MELROSE HOSE CO.
    Helen Marcey, Catherine Nebus, Ann Tuesday evening at Brennan's drill.                  ticularly described, situate, lying nni
    M. Tabasko.                                                                             being In the Township of Madison {for-
                                                 Mayor John Fltzpatrick, of South merly South Amboy) In the County of
                                              River, the principal speaker, told of Middlesex and State of Now Jersey.
                                                                                                                                                                    On Monday evening, Melrose Hose
                                                                                                                                                                  Company held its annual election
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fresh Chopped Meat lb 20c
         Virginia Anderson, John Cleslar- his athletic contacts in this city, hlch,              BEING a part "of that tract of land of officers at the company head-
    czyk, Andrew Clark, John Grimley, and praised the activites of St. Ma- Wcolley was Caroline A. Disbrow by deed quarters.
     Arthur Walczak, Marion Farrell, ry's parsh. He also described in de bearing date the 14th day of March, A.
                                                                                                                    conveyed to William H.
                                                                                                                                                                    L. R. Coddington was elected Sec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Home Made                            Home Made
    Thomas Banfleld, Dominic DiSciullo, tail the youth program being con D.. 1850. nnd which the said Caroline A. ond Assistant Foreman: Theodore
    Ellen Eppinger, Francis Jurski, Em- ducted under WPA auspices at So Disbrow purchased of the heirs of Thom- Bartz; President, Andrew Kwienis-
    ily Kisko, Edwin Lembo, John Lena- River.
     nan, Mary Reilly, Kathleten Sulli-
                                                                                            as Lambertson dee'd, and conveyed by kl; vice-president, Philip Duflord;
                                                 Emanuel Chuilli was the toast the said William H. Wooley the 20th Of
                                                                                            Byrne by deed bearing date
    van, Carmelita Tarallo, Francis M. master ana other speakers were the October A. D.. 1852, lying on. the north- ton;
                                                                                                                                                   to Patrick
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Guard your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  KISZKI KIELBASY
    Trpisovsky, William Yankoski.
                  Eighth Grade
                                              Rev. James Foley, James Harrigan erly side of the roa<i which leads from Pero, treasurer; Andrew Malik and
                                              and James McGuire, former club Middletown Point to Jacksonville.
                                                                                                 BEGINNING at a stake planted in the
        Margaret Casey, Mary O'Connor, presidents, James Vandeveer, newly middle of the aforesaid road and In the Kosh was also elected trustee for a
                                                                                                                                                                  Prank Kosh, patrolmen.             health, keep dry.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Frank                                           lb. 15c                              lb. 25c
    Jane Monauhan. Helen Lotkowictz, elected president; Dr. J. F. Fazio, orner of Courtney Halls land on a three year term.                                                                           Look at these
    Jean Corvlno, Kathleen Covell, Mary Dr. C. W. Hoffman. Edward Powers course as the needle of A. J. Disbrow
    Lovely, Elizabeth Hoffman, Thomas and John Coakley.
    Vail Helen Everitt, Cecelia Hanaway,
                                                                                       • pointed March 14th, A. D.. 1850. South
                                                 Entertainment included vocal se eighteen degrees twenty minutes west
                                                                                             from a double apple tree marked stanrl-
     Rosalie Dewan, John Nebus, Rita lections by HEnry Leonard, Ray Lu ,ng on the northerly side of the afcre-
    Deutsch, Virginia Manion, Marie citt and, William Buskey.
    Meinzer, Ann Birardi, Joseph Man-
                                                                                             snid Road and running thence along the
                                                                                              und or line of Courtney Hall nforesafd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MEN'S DRESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Plate Soup Meat lb 10c
    ion. William Fitzgerald. Josephine
    Boltcn, Joan Southard, Ann Marie
    Lynn, Doris Wilczek. Marie Scar-
                                                  Engineers From 5                            1) north eighteen degrees twenty min-
                                                                                             Ues East three chains thirty links
                                                                                               lore or less to a gully; thence "down
                                                                                             ;aid gully the several courses thereof
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               We Give Double Profit Sharing Stamps Every Saturday

    pellino, Sara Quinlan.
                 Seventh Grade
                                                    States Will Attend                        >
                                                                                             * the lands of Warner Hall; thenco
                                                                                             ilong said Warner Hall's land or line
                                                                                              Cllth 22 degrees west 3 chains 63 HnUs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MEN'S WORK
        Mary McDonell, Margaret Leusen-
    i\ns, Mary Armstrong, John Con-
    nors. Ann Coakley, Catherine Dill.
                                                        Rutgers Institute                            or less to the middle of the afore-
                                                                                             nkTrond; t-hence along the middle of
                                                                                             aid roiid south 80 degrees East to the                                                                               MEN'S WORK
   Joseph Cannon, Mary Farley, Paul Traffic Problems                           Be Sub .lace Of BEGINNING.                                 CONTAINING                                                              ARCTICS
    Pearson, Philomenft DeLucia, Ber-
   nard Poulson, Anthony Scully, Do-
   lores Gcant, John Kelly, Raymond
                                                 ject of Two-Weeks Institute                 :.30 acres more or less.
                                                                                                AND ALSO all that certain- parcel or
                                                Problems of traffic engineering as nd of land situated In the Township                                                                                           MEN'S DRESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               NEW FURNllURC?
                                                                                                    County aforesaid.
   Downs, Mary Gleason, Eleanor Mar- they affect local thoroughfares and BEING a part cf Lot No. 3 of a divl3-                                                                                                   ARCTICS
   •cey. Edward Gleason, Elizabeth M. interstate highways, will be taken n of land formerly owned by James                                                           You don't need a bridge expert
   Ttellly, Pauline Tabasko, Charles up by a select sroiro of t"affic engi- ambertson, deceased and conveyed to                                                      to tell you that hearts are
    Carbone, Francis Doollng, Dorothy neers invited from New Jersey, New din Walsh by Obadiah Clark date Juno    by deed benrlng                                     (rumps when they're at your
                                                                                                 D.. 1854.                                          nnd wife         feet! And at your feet, they
   Slsolak.                                  York. Connecticut, Pennsylvania and nd Andrew J. Rase and wife and by                                                   will be. if your hair is always
                                             Rhode Island, to attend the Rutgers
                  Sixth Grade
       Edward Coakley. Francis Minnick, Regional Engineering Institute be- ck Byrne,
   •Robert Fleming, Norman Kilcomins, g'n'ilnu February 13.
                                                                                                   sal 1 John Walsh and wife to Pnt-
                                                                                              BEGINNING nt n stake standing in the
                                                                                                                                                                    rhinl'ngly smooth and faintly
                                                                                                                                                                    fragrant.                                    BOYS'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Shop Polonia^
                                                                                             Ighway leading from Cheescqunkes lo                                    DP cogie in and see how in-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 Hh Anniversary^ale
  "Doris Weber, Teresa Howley. Lillian          The two-weeks session is being nr- ld<ilet-own Point; thence north twer.-                                           dividually smart our operators
   Thompson, Elizabeth Leusonrint;, •.•anRcd by the Rutgers Bureau of                         -two degrees East three chains fifty                                  can make your hair for any                   MEN'S
   Doris South, David Quinliin, Thomas Publiq Safety and the College of En- :iks t: a g»Hy. »lso n line of William                                                  occas'en.                                    RAINCOATS....
  McGulre, Elizabeth McNamnra, Lor- g'neerinB. in co-operation with thr ooltey; thence down said gully two
                                                                                               nlns tw.-nty-five
   etta Astarita, Gladys ' Boltenbach. Institute of T-nffic Engineers. On? ther small gully links to where an-
  Margaret Friedman. Rosemarie Lynn. of the primary purposes Is the en- ust; thence up s:Utt emptiesgully to the             small
                                                                                                                                                  into the
  Ruth Quinlan, Reginald Carney, Leo couragement of adequate and organ- tee Of BEGINNING. CONTAINING 'J9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Now Entering Its Third Week
   Coakley. Charles Mahoney, Robert ized engineering efforts, and the mdredths of an tverc more or less.
                  Fifth Grade
                                             stimulation of a more active inter- The above lands are describedo'.on the
                                             est in traffic engineering among in-
      Elizabeth Anderson, Roy Bennett. dividuals and communities.
 Thmoas Carroll, Robert Cislo, Marlon
                                                                                                  duplicate of the Township
                                                                                                    ns i lot. Morristown
                                                                                             Mies Disbrow property,
                                               N. C. Miller, director of the Rut- id you. Elizabeth Brlggs are made de-
                                                                                                                                                    adjoining                                       GREEN'S      104 SOUTH BROADWAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              And see how little it costs with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               economy prices you'll find in this
  Connolly, Eleanor Cohan, Marion gers University Extension Division; ndant because you nre* the owner of
  Dewan, iRta Dooling, Anna Gleason, Parker H. Daggett, dean of the                          cord of the aforesaid premises; you.                                                                                        Phone 494
  •Georgeanna Harris. Carolyn Jaeger, School of Engineering, Lawrence B. eorge you are the husband of the rec- ™
                                                                                                       Brlggs, arc made defendant be- [[
   Catherine Hughes, Eugene James, Tipton, head of the Bureau of Pub- cl owner of the aforesaid premises,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SMASHING, SWEEPING,
  Francis Meinzer. Loretta Norek, Mil- lic Safety, and Harold Hammond, iu. Mr. BrigRs. are mnde dofendnnt
  dred Parisen, Mary Scheetz, Joseph .-ccretary of the Institute of Traffic cause yen may be tlie husband of
  Toth, Theresa Bringhurst, Blanche Engineers. New York, are in charge ie record owner of made defendant you
                                                                                              llliam Brlggs. are
                                                                                                                            said premises;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                STOREWIDE SALE
  Dooling, William Disbrow, Lorraine of the program.                                      cause you nre the owner or part owner
  Fogleo, Anna Friedman, John Keat-
  ing, Marie Kohler, Theresa Lovely, HOSPITAL BENEFIT
                                                                                          as an heir-at-law or otherwise of snid
                                                                                          premises; you. Mrs. William Brlggs, are                                                          Meat and Produce                                          to get the pieces you want
  Eugene Quinlan, Joseph Scully, Ag-                                                      mnde defendant bemuse you are thp
 nes Seaman, Andrew Sedusky. Elea-
  nor Zsak.
                                                                      CAME SOCIAL wife of Willinm Brlggs the owner or
                                                                                          pnrt owner as an hMr or otherwise of                                                                MARKET                                            Bargains That Can't Be Beaten!!
                                               This evening in Rarltan Hall, f>;ild premises; you, George Briggs, Jr.
                 Fourth Grade               Mechnnicsville, a game social will lire mnde defendant because you nre trn                                                                  I'HONE SOUTH AMBOY 803                                Reg. Price                                                 Snie Pr|ce
       Joseph Belmonte, Norma Brom- take place for the benefit of the owner or pnrt owner premises; you, Mrs               as an hcir-nt-law or
                                                                                          otherwise of snid
  bert, Madeline Burkard, John Ce- South Amboy Memorial Hospital, George Briggs, Jr., arc made defendant
  sarc, John Coakley, Catherine Dun- under the direction of the Ladies i-»rnuse yon are the wife of George
                                                                                                                                                     170 North Broadway                                       South Amboy                     $149 3Pc.Mod.Liv Rm.Suite 1 0 9 . 0 0
  ham, Helen Dunham, Will. Grover, Auxiliary. Mrs. D. C. Chase is the Brlggs, Jr., the owner or pnrt owner is
  Rosalie Iglewitz. Wm. Kilcomons, general chairman and proceeds will an Jiolr or otherwise of &ald premises;                                                                ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $119 7Piece Bed Room Suite 8 7 . 5 0
  Joseph MuMahon, Edwnrd Mat- bo used for the linen fund.
  thews, Regina Minnick, Francis Par-
                                                                                          you, Albert Dawson Brlgga nre made de-
                                                                                          fendnnt because y:u nre the owner or
                                               A large number of prizes includ- part owner tu> nn helr-ut-lnw or other-
  isen, Robert Sheiderman. Gertrude ing several valuable door prizes will wise of said premises; you. Mrs. Albert
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $119 7 Piece Dinette Suite     98.00
 Delancy, Jean Dooling. John Kenny, be awarded. Games will begin at 8 Diuwson Brlggs. are mnde defendant be-
  Janet Trinley, Francis Shawl, Jane o'clock.                                             cause you ore the wife of Albert Dawson
                                                                                                                                                                       PRIME BEEF RIB ROAST                                       28c lb.     $32.50 Breakfast Set - 2 4 . 5 0
 Gundrum, Mary Nelson, carol White-                                                       Brlggs the owner or pnrt owner as an
                                                                                          heir or otherwise or said premises; you.
  ley, Wm. Houlihan, Eualia Kelly, MOTOHTSTS AIDS FOB FAIR, Henry Brlggs nre mnde defendant be-
  Rita Tomaszewskl, Claire Connors, Thousands of directional markers cause, you nre the owner or part owner
                                                                                                                                                                       HOME MADE LOOSE SAUSAGE                                    28c lb.     $159.951938 5 en, ft. Crosby
  Edward DoolhiR. Dolores Duggan, of standard slac, displaying the Per- as- an helr-at-liuw or otherwise of said
• John Vail, John Noble, Donald isphere and Trylon . theme ^struc- mnde defendant Mrs. Howyyou are th«
                                                                                          ptfcmlses; you,                                   Brlggfc ate                PIGS FEET                         :     :                   5 c lb.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Shelvador                 139.95
  Smith, Armand Stolte. Mary Bill, tures of the New York World's Fair wife of Henry Brlggs the owner or part
 Eugene O'Toole, Robert Dey, Mar-           1939, are to be erected throughout owner as tin heir or otherwise" of said
  garet Keenan, Joseph Quinlan, Eve- New York City to guide out of town premises: you, Clara Brlggs are made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              $84.95 General Electric Washer 5 9 . 9 5
 lyn South, William Kennedy, Daniel motorists And others to the most defendant because you are the owner                                                               LEGS OF LAMB, Small                                        25c lb.     Beautiful, costly gift of your own selection with every
                                                                                                       owner ns nn heir-at-law
  Flakker, John Murphy, William direct routes to the entrances to or part of said premises; you, Mr. or oth-
                                                                                         erwise                                                       Briggs,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     suite purchase during this Birthday Sale.
 Scully, Ruth Sneed, John Narlesky. the Exposition.                                      are made defendant because you are                                                                                                                             SHOP ANY EVENING UNTIL 9:00
                                                                  • « *                  the husband of Clara Brlggs the ownnr                                         LEGS O FLAMB, Small                                        27c lb.
                 Third Grade                DIORAMA OP NEW YORK CITY                                                                                                                                                                                      EASY TERMS ALL THE TIME
                                                                                               part owner iw nn
      Rosemary BIOOCIKOOCI, Helen Brltt, "New York, the City of Light," a or said premises; you, heir or otherwise
                                                                                         of                                   John J. Haye nr-3
  Dolores DoolinR, Rose Kelley, Lois' d j o r f t m f t n o a rly a city block long mndo defendant because you are tlie

                                                                                                                                                                       SOUER KRAUT                                                 r)C n,_
 Kuntno, Emille McCoy, PatriHa Mr-' vnd t a I ] c r than a three-story builfV owner of record of a jnortgnge on snlcl
  Nftmnra, Rllfi Piislurnk, Mnrpnrrt i n [ , ^ t o ^ o n e of the dramatic premises nnd you ami each of represents-                             you, your
 Quinlan, Helen Wunui, Lor ml no rx hibits :it the New York World's heirs, devisees and iiersonal
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  fort, Raymond Clnlo, Francis Cur- city of New York both above and • ti-r.-i. nfisl|;n» or .sucrcfiRorn in right, gran-
 Hey, Daniel NnhH, Arthur Sullivan. \)r\{)V> ground. The model of the cr claim or may eliihn to hnvr
 Joseph Scully, Jfuncs ITurvcy. Clias. Empire Rtatn BuildlTift is shown 22 .'Jdinc I'inlit, claim, tlt.ln, Hen or Intel-rut
                                                                                               In ni- onciimbnuirfl upon (he ni\U\ huiMs

                                                                                                                                                                      FRESH JERSEY HAMS, whole or sliiink half                    25c 1!..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                FURNITURE CORP.
 SuLUm,     Miurrlld Qulnlnn,       Mitry f(M,(i high.                                                                                                                                                                                                          Can. Stanczewskl,
             nenirrl Qufnlmi,      Evelyn.                                                               I-Vbrunry (t, lo:t{).
              .Tum<v; Govcrnnlc, Con-                laizmi Lnrjre Island                                        PltBD M, IJUHI.1SW.                FR10SII                                                                                               "HOMES COMPLETELY FURNISHED"
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                           |r,c               ,'i:ir.-3.!7 State St. Phone P.I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            .I 1-2528 Perth Amboy
                                                                                                             Solicitor or C'nniplnliinnt,
                                         1     |ic
 ThomnHoii llnt'1>:n-n KlicnmntiH, 1) - l»i i«!»i»Is with mi nrun of 40,814                                                 Matawan. N. J.
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                                                                                                                                                         CITIZEN                                                                                         FBHDAY,-KBBBUABY XO, 193?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ttt»»*IMM*4M ********        H>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      There's Nothing Better Than
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Francis M. DuBush
                                                       Tenth Anniversary                                                                                                                                          !BLUE SUNOCO                                    Sales—RADIO—Service
ft:-1                                                                                                                                                                                                                   For Your Car, So Give It the                TUBES TESTED FHEE
                                               Makes Special Trip To Shore For                                                                                                                                              BEST GAS AND OIL                           12 MANOR ST.
                                                   Holiday Week-enders                                                                                                                                                                                          Tel. S. A. 4f6         South Amboy
                                                      CVrsrcerooratinp the tenth nrmivor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Fox Sunoco Station
                                                    >jr> e! tf.e Blue Comet, Seashore's                                                                                                                                       Pine ATC. and Portia St.
                                                    •Sivs: train, the Jersey Central Rail-                                                                                                                                                                    Middlesex County Surrogate's Court
                                                     ,\u . a special trip to At-                                                                                                                           Middlesex County surrogate's Court           NOTICE TO CREDITORS
                                                    Ur.uc City on Friday, February 10,                                                                                                                                       NOTICE TO CREDITORS                 Fredrick H. Lear, Executor at
                          By Ntefc-«-T1aw           :• aAvmmodatf thoso planning to
                                                    „>                                                                                                                                                                    Luke McCloud, Executor of Rich- Margaret Slover, deceased, by direc-
              The irony of It, the irojir                                                                                                                                                                              ard McCIoud, Jr., deceased, by di-     tion of Prank A. Connolly, Surro-
           •Ohe One Thirt? RsstJss CtaS a «?«T.d thr Lincoln's Birthday weefc-                                                                                                                                         rection of Prank A. Connolly, sur- gate of the County of Middlesex,
                                                             r!u* shore
           composed cf local ^sortsnsea wt" .-:•-.- Atth;» special resort.the Blue Co-
                                                       T.T                trip,                                                                                                                                        rogate of the County of Middlesex,'    hereby gives notice to the creditors
            C out 1 nthe woods and on 'Iw *"-                                                                                                                                                                         hereby gives notice to the creditors of the said Margaret Slover to bring
           ter and come baci *ad *fc* ^-* ;:,•: w:;i !.\-m> West 23rd street Stn-                                                                                                                                     ol the said Richard McCloud, Jr. to in their debts, demands and claims,
           • n t h all arouod in MiUsf *&>ut Sfc? ::on s: 4:*5 P. M.: Liberty Street                                                                                                                                  bring in their debts, demands and against the estate of the said de-
           Bah that eot away < tie tk«r that s:.;!;^-. a: 5:00 P. M. This in nddl-
                                    w                                                                                                                                                                                 claims against the estate of the said ceased, under oath or afftemation,
           (an faster tista the ballets and re: t:on IO :*U' train's regular daily run,                                                                                                                                deceased, under oath or affirma- within six months from this date
            the dub has set IVS. -1st, the eve aavmg West 23rd Street at 10:45                                                                                                                                         tion, within six months or they will or they will be forever barred of any
           & Wfes&ingtas's birthday for thfir A. M.: Liberty Street at 11:00 A.M.                                                                                                                                     be forever barred of any action action, therefor against the said
           e>Tin^e^ dinner. An<$ George W&s3- • The Blue Comet, which made its                                                                                                                                         therefor against the said Executor. Executor.
          fngtan was noted for newr haricj run to Atlantic City on Feb-                                                                                                                                      Dated January 10th, 1939.               Dated January 10th, 1939.
          told a Be.                               ruary 21. 1929, was the first all-color
                                                   train in the East, and one of the pi-                                                                                                                                                 LUKE McCLOUD,                           Frederick H. Lear,
                             • * e                                                                                                                                                                                                                Executor.                                 Executor.
              Boys equipped with * rifle shot oneers in the trend on the part of                                                                                                                                      John P. McOulre,                        John P. McGuire, Esq.,
           • tame duck down by the water-: the railroads to concentrate their                                                                                                                                         175 Smith St.,                          175 Smith St.,
          front the other day sad there was! .mention on passenger traffic. The                                                                                                                                       Perth Amboy, N. J.                      Perth Amboy, N. J.
          emch complaint shout the incident Jersey Central designed this train                                                                                                                                                  Proctor.                                     Proctor.
          from Bie owner.                         for the purpose of providing coach                                                                                                                                                                          1-13-5-t
              odnTttltB Increased, however, passengers with the very finest in
          «facn the former owner oltoefor-        modern rail transportation, at stan-
          tua dock, who had been endeavor- dard coach fares. Often called "a
         'IDC to hare the loss replaced, re-1 modern hostelry on wheels," the Blue
         octred •> wooden decor ducktothe Comet is decorated throughout in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   THE SOUTH AMBOY
          ra*n, aecompanled br directions on blue and cream color scheme. The
          how to prepare it. for a meal.          diner, incidentally, has gained wide-                                                       +S/G6t*A%sWl^*€A*u3.                                                                BUSINESS DIRECTORY
              NOw having a dou&ie comtfata spread fame for its excellent cuisine.
         the person who fonnprly owned the This fine, fast, modern train of-                                                                                                                                                PLUMBING AND HEATING
         dock made visits to city officials to fers a number of unusual features.                                                                                                                                                                                           INSURANCE
         complain, but the mystery of who Individual coach seats m a y jje re-
         sent the duck is still unsolwi al- served free; there's a ladies' lounge,
         though we understand fl local cop observation car and diner—all for                                                                                                                                         G. T. WILHELM                                 C. T. MASON
         la privately working on the case, regular coach lare.                                                                                                                                                                                                      (Successor to R. P. Haioii}
         hoping to find the answer to the
        riddle.                                   CLASS HONOR ROLL                                                                                                                                                     Sanitary and                          INSURANCE
                            * • *                      FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL 2
             The word "shakeup" will probably
         be heard about the city shortly as                  MONTH OF JANUARY                                                                                                                                        Heating Engineer                                          —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              — IN —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Reliable UNITED STATES,
        the result of a case in which there The                                                                                           tUH* rr*r» m Jtm it, int by Tim. TV. Vail,                                        MERCO OIL BURNERS                             COMPANIES
                                                                       students have
        will be considerable local Interest. placed followingJanuary Honor been
                                                            on the                      Boll                                                                                                                                                                    EXPLOSION INSURANCE
             One recent night local man and of Public School No. 2, they not hav-                                                                                                                                                                                      NOTARY PUBLIC
        Ills wife went to Newark and stopp- ing missed a day's attendance nor                                                                                                                                                  Telephone SA 292
        ing in one of the restaurants hung had been tardy during that time:                                                                                                                                                                                   231 First St.           South Amhojr
        their coats on a clothes tree back of                  SIXTH GRADE                                                                                                                                            228 First Street South Amboj
                                                     Charles Compaccio, James Crod-
                                                                                                                                                     ^.... l h e standard of service set for
        the table at which they sat. When                                                                                                                                                                                   SOUTH AMBOY, N. J.
        «iey had finished eating, the man dick, Isabella Disbrow, Bobbie Ev-
        asked is wife if she would turn          ans. Mildred Huff, Win. inman, Jos-                       telephone men and women by Theodore N. Vail in 1879 is as sound                                                                                      J. M. P A R K E R
       •round and get his cigarettes, be eph Kudelka, Doris Kurowsky, Jos-
       noticed they were not his twna eph Leonard, Dorothy Meserole, Don-                                  a working basis today as it was then. 5 The tiny organization of                                             Wilhelm's Hall                         Insurance of All Kinds
       •nd discovered she h»d pat her ald Saunders, Thomas Saunders,                                                                                                                                                                                                Fir*, AutomobiU, LUbllilr "
       band In tiw pocket of someone el-         Willard King, Salvatore Montenero,                        '79, has become a force of three hundred thousand skilled workers, using a                                 Rates Furnished Upon Request
       M% amreoti hanging beside her             Emily Bryant, Mildred Hughes, Ag-                                                                                                                                                                                   Expiation, Cuiinltr, •»••
       huiband'i. When she attempted to nes Parsons, Elizabeth Krutel, Irma                                highly perfected system to make telephoning a natural, easy part of daily                                                                                 Sur*l7 and Fidelity Band*
       rat the cigarettes back, the over- Reese.
      «o*t owner sitting close by, saw her                     HFTH GRADE                                  life. 5 Sixty years of steady progress in design, methods equipment training and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wm. H. Lewis                                      Telephone 34T-J
       with her hand in his overcoat moi,-                                                               i                                                                                                                     PLUMBING AND                   120 Rosewell S t South Amftegr
                                                    Nancy Burkard, Katherlne Dultba,
  • et and »et up a howl that she was Marie Filskov, Shirley Gregor, Eve-                                  leadership has extended the range of your speech to the limits of the earth.                                             HEATING
       attempting to rob him. It took con- lyn Larsen, Martha Lopatln. Ber-
       siderably fast explaining on tha nice Wedeen, Donald Beckman, Ray-
       part of both the husband and wife mond Boyson, Robert Hollowell,
                                                                                                           Today 37000,000 telephones are within your call. . . you can talk with                                  Electrol Oil Burners                         Jacob J. Jacobsen
       to talk themselves out of the situa-                                                                almost anyone, anywhere, whenever you wish . . , quickly, clearly, cheaply,                                    With Internationally rtauom
                                                                Larsen, Francis Lopez,
       tion an<S In the future the womanHarrison Weiss, Berthold Kurtz,
                                                 Seymour                                                                                                                                                                       "BALL FLAME"                             NOTARY PUBLIC
      will probably be very careful whose Thomas Levandoski, Edmund Shul-                                                                                                                                                                                          JUSTICE OF THE FEACK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      136 John Street        Sooth Amboy              Real Estate—Insurance
       overcoat pocket she putt her hand
      In when she leaves Main St.                er, Dorothy Clazey, Alberta Mehr-                                                                                                                                                Telephone SS4                  Representative of the Americas
                                                 lander, Shirley Richards, Bertha                    E
                                                                                                    H W JERSEY IEIL TELEPHONE tWM...               J Wtu> Jersey Institution dacked by National Resources
                           • * •                 Slocum, Betty Jane Stratton.                                                                                                                                                                                        Automobile Association
      , Never heard that they gave it                        FOURTH GRADE                                                                                                                                                         PAINTS. ETC.                  114 8. Broadway, South Aa»b*v
       name, but the station plaza might Jane English, Dorothy Hullt, Julia                                                                                                                                                                                                  Tel. 928-J
       •well be called "Alcohol Park." First Lounsbury, Doris O'Neill, Joan smith.
       of all you can stand in the center William Creed.                                     Massachusetts Included Main*                                                                                             Telephone 435
       of it and see three gta mtlls and a                     THIRD GRADE
                                                                                             Until 1819 Massachusetts included
       retail liquor store within a stone's Joan Briggs, Louise Clayton, Ruth what is now the state of Maine.                    Gas fias All Time
                                                                                                                                     Mri, Jet. Filler aaya: "GBI on my stom-
                                                                                                                                                                               LAGODA BROS.                          Eugene A. Morris
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       COAL AND WOOD
       throw, and second, it's the principal Kurowsky, Eileen Creed, Mae Kurtz,                                                    ach was ao bad I couldn't eat or aleep, "SHELL" SERVICE STATION
       plioe for outdoor consumption of Shirley Miller, Gloria Primka, Rob-
      l',sohol after the sun goes down ert Dimsey, Francis O'Neill, Warren
   -<jfljlste are so many <$?nks taken Orndorff, James Septor.                            Good Used Cars
                                                                                                                                   Gaa even pressed on my heart. Adlerlka
                                                                                                                                   brought me quick relief. Now, I cat as I
                                                                                                                                   wish sleen nne never felt better"
                                                                                                                                                                                Tour Car Washed, Greased and
                                                                                                                                                                                Polished. Called for and Delivered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Paints, Oils and VarnUhen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                PAUL BRYLINSKE
       there during the night that ft wom                     SECOND GRADE                        AT LOWEST PRICES
                                                                                                                                  ADLERIKA                                     Cor. 4th St. & Ridgeway Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                                          Telephone 674
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Brushes, Glass, Bronze*
       an who works nearby, and oan look                                                                                                At AU leadinc Dra«|is<«                                                              Gold Leaf, Stains, E t c
                                                    Thomas English, Sanford Hardy,
       out over the plaza, counts the dead Raymond Levandoski, Donald Nilsen,                                                                                                                                                                                             FUEL OIL
       soldiers every morning.
                                                 Theodosia Lounsbury, Jean septor,
                                                                                          Speedway Auto                                                                                                                            Wall Paper
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CONCRETE BLOCKS
            Saturday morning, we saw a new Thelma Saunders, Anna Truske-
       or*, when a small group of boys vitch, Helen Truskevltch.                               Sales                                   Hours: Dally 10-12, 2-5, 1-8                    Wednesday 10-12 Only
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     238 First Street        Soutb
       tctmpered about the plaza gathering                     FIRST GRADE                       MS ST. OIOBOE AVE.                                                                                                                                             PORTLAND CEMEW
       together the empty bottles which Julius Kurowsky, Frederick Louns-
       %hey placed in a lire nearby to listen bury, Jerry Magee, Win. Primka.
                                                                                                     WoodbritUe. N. J.
                                                                                               Next to Railroad Cronini
                                                                                                                                                       I. MANN & SON                                                          ACETYLENE WELDING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ALL KINDS OF
       to them explode when the heat be-                               *—.                                                                                          OPTOMETRISTS
       gan to work on the few drops left              Huntini Gypsies Legal 'Sport'           We sell food transportation—             89 SMITH (STREET              Tel. P. A. 4-2027     Perth Amboy, X. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FEED AND GRAIN
       in the bottles.                              Hunting down and killing gypsies
            The boys are complaining about was formerly a legal "sport" on the
                                                                                                Not merely USED CARS                                                                                                 JOHN J. CROSS                             Old Lehteh and WUkes-Bfcn*
       picture replacement at the famous Continent                                                                                                                                                                             ELECTRIC AND
       *"Pinocble Inn." For a. long time
       there was a picture of the President                                                                                                                                                                                ACETYLENE WELDING                           COAL
       hanging over the bar, then suddenly
       the picture disappeared to make                                                                                                                                                                                         General Repairing                   Center and Elm Stt.
      •way for one of the proprietor and a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Phones;
       group of fishermen. A guy must                                                                                                                                                                                Scott Avenue            Booth Anbo
       have a pretty good opinion of him-
       self, they argue, when he takei 1
       down the president's pictures to pu
      his own up.
                                                                   BETTER                                                                                                                                                       Telephone SA 256

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AUTO PAINTING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             So, Amboy 7               go. ft|Ter g

                            • • •
            One night recently the Broadway
      Butler Boys went to New York City
      and one of the clerks was seeing the
                                                                    GOAL                                                                                                                                             Simonlzlng                Body Wort
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FINES* HIGH GRADE
      Metropolis for the first time.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          WOOD
            In all that big city, the most in-
      teresting thing to him were the blue
      lights on top of a high pole on one
                                                                       You can't always tell by th«
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Webb's Auto Body Shop                                    ALL SIZES
                                                                       looks of a coal Just how it is                                                                                                                           GEORGE WEBB
       of the high buildings.' He stood                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FUEL OIL
      there gazing up at the lights and                                going-to burn. The producers
      asked the tall and slim clerk, who                                                                                                                                                                             Auto Painting                              S36 Henry St.          Phone 152
      knows all the answers, how they                                  of JEDDO-HIGHUND anthracite                                                                                                                                                                  M. WIATER & SON
      changed the bulbs in the lights when
      they burned out.                                                        *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Fenders Repaired
           Then the tall, slim one explain-                                                                                                                                                                          Stockton Street         South Ambo>
      ed: "A monkey does that, and he's
      the cutest little thing." Then he
                                                                      guarantee its superiority—and                                                CP Gas Ranges                                                     •••••••••••••••••••J •^•••••••••••••••••i
     went on to explain that the monkey                               so do we.                                                          HAVE THE BEST BROILERS                                                                                             •                                    •
      is trained to climb the pole with a                                                                                                                                                                           !•••••••••••••••••
     little belt containing electric lights
                                                                                                                                            They have larger broiling arens antl they lieat much                                                                  Sanitary Ice
     tiapped about him, take out the
     burned bulb and insert a new one
     The Inquiring clerk believed every             SWAN HILL ICE AND COAL CO.f                                                             more quickly than other broilers. This instant high
                                                                                                                                            heat seiirs the juices in the meat. C1J Means Certified
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Adam J. Sadusky                            COAL AND FUEL OIL
     word of the explanation .
                           • * •                                          G. MANVILLE APPLEGATE
                                                                                                                                            Performance. See CP gas ranges at our stores.                                CONCRETE                            LEHIGH COAL
          Bordentown avenue girl, who's a
     cream puff salesman, had a date to
     go to New York with the Laurence                   146 HENRY STREET                                TELEPHON 340
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               OP ALL KINDS
     Harbor boy friend recently.
          When the time came for them to                                                                                                                                                                                 247 Raritan St.    Phone 621
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Telephone S. A. 80
     make the trip, the boy friend con-                                                                                                                                                                                      South Amboy, N. J.
     tacted her and told her he was sick.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  •••••••••••••a,,,,,!
     The girl friend apparently had                                                                                                                                                                                        GET OUR ESTIMATE
     doubts and figured he might be plan-                                                                                                                                                                           g          Before You Sign          •
    ning a date with someone else and                                                                                                                                                                               ••••••••••••••••aaal
    was taking no chances, so she went
    to his home and spent all day sit-                                                                                                                                                                                            TRUCKING
    ting beside him In the daylight.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Old Bridge Coal Co.
           •: FAIR'S F1OBAL CARPET
         The planting of 1,000.000 flowering
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Elmer S. Parisen                              Dealer In mail GRADE
    bulbs, donated to the New York                                                                                                                                                                                      CARTING OF ANY KIND
    World's JWr 1030 by the Holland
    government, Is now well under way
    throughout the 390 acres of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CRATING AND SHIPPING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   W David Street          South Amboj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lehigh Coal and Wood
    Main Exhibit Area. The approximate                                                                                                                                                                                          Telephone a n                  Also Broad Top Soft Coal
    totals of these bulbs, which will add                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Main Offloo
    greatly to the splendor of the Fair's                                                                                                                                                                       g     CARPENTERS and BUILDERS
    Undscapmjr a n ; Tulips, 935,ooo                                                                                                                                                                                                                      235 Feltus St.           South Amboy ,
    acUla», 41,000! hyacinths, 11,7000 and
   eaniMsias, 7,000.                                                                                                                                                                                               P. O. Box 402                                      Telephone 102-W
                              »                                                                                                                                                                                 J FRANK A. MACEDULSKI Branch Office, Old 13rfdKc, N. J. <.
             Tomato Called Love Apple'                                                                                                                                                                         g        CARPENTER and BUILDER
         .The tomato wns known In early                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Tclephono 4R2-K, a
         "~- " a OB the "love apple." Itali-                                                                                                                                                                    •     Jobbing Promptly Attended To        FRANK PAZDAN. Proprietor ,
                  1 It the "golden apple."                                                                                                                                                                                    EttlmaiM Clnn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       South Amboy, N. J.
     FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939                                                                                                           THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                                                                               PAGE SEVEN

 Bowling Scores On | THROUGH THE HOOP Hoffman High and       Rutgers Swimmers j                                                                                               Meat in the Live Cow
                                                                                                                                                                         One hundred pounds of live cattle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NOTICE OF ELECTION                ly line of Hagaman Street a n d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      southerly) line of Second Avenue,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i-i.iwinir <1> easterly, and a t
     Y. M. C. A. Alleys!               St. Mary's Victorious        To Meet iehighj
                                                                                                                                                                       yield about 60 pounds of beef in-
                                                                                                                                                                       cluding 17 pounds of steak, 8 pounds
                                                                                                                                                                       of rib and rump cuts, 9 pounds of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     FIRE DISTRICT NO. 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MADISON TOWNSHIP                r'Blit ac:-l s \\\'\- the said H a g a -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     man Street, one hirndred (100) feet;
                                                                                                                                                                       chuck, (! pounds of ground meat and   ! WHEREAS, a Fire District has 1 rumi ; m; thorn-.- -21 southerly a n d
                                            In Friday Games                                                                       The Rutgers swimming team, 14 pour.ds of brisket and plate.
                                                                                                                               strengthened by the return of two
                                                                                                                                                                                                             'been created in the Township or, parallel \v ih Hacaman Street, 25
                                                                                                                                                                                                             I Madison, tho Boundaries of which j i e e t ; runnincr the-.ue >3) westerly
                                                                                                                                                                                                               are as follows:   "                 ; a n d parallel with the fi'st described
                                                                                         Both local school teams secured       stars who became eligible following j
                                                                                                                               mid-term examinations, will face the                                          I Beginning a t the Outlet of a creekI course, one hundred (100) feet; r u n -
                                                                                      victories Friday night when Saint                                                                                      j known as Whale Creek; thence fol-jning thence <4i northerly twenty-
                                                                                      Mary's buried Phillipsburg Catholics     Lehlgh natators in the Rutgers pool
                                                                                                                               Saturday afternoon. The meet will                                             | lowing the shore line of Raritan \ five (25) feet along the easterly line
                                                                                      under a 44-12 score, and Hoffman                                                                                       | Bay to a Creek known as Cheese- j of Hagaman Street to the point or
                                              Editor's Not«: The opinions ex-         High downed Highland Park 33-21.         be the second of the season for the j
                                                                                                                               Scarlet which lost to Columbia, 48 j                                          i quake Creek;    thence along said ploee of Beginning.
                                            pressed here are those of the writer         The victory for Hoffman High
                                            Mid do not necessarily agree with         gave them seven straight and twelve      to 27, early last month.                                                     I creek to tbe New York and Lout; EOUNDED westerly by Hagaman
                                                                                      victories in fourteen starts this          Saturday night at 8:30, the twice                                            Brancli Railroad; thence along suid Street, northerly by Lot No. 64, east-
                                                                                      season.                                  beaten Rutgers boxing team will go |                                         j Railroad in a Southerly direction to erly by Lot. No. 96. and southerly
                                               Did You Know That: St. Mary's                                                   against the Temple University mitt-1                                           a road known as the Matawan Road by Lot 66, all as shown on said map.
                                             coach claims that the main reason           The St. Mary's victory was the                                                                                       thence Southwesterly along naid road     LOT No. G6: BEGINNING ai a
                                            his team lost to Hoffman High             tenth in fifteen starts. The game        men. A feature of the bouts will be |
                                                                                                                               the presence in the ring as referee                                            to Meeker Avenue, including all prop- point in the easterly side of Haga-
                                            was due to the fact that "My players      f."om start to finish was St. Mary's                                                                                    erty West or Northwest, known as man Street distance 379.94 feet
                                             missed too many shots when they          with Philipsburg never becoming a        of Tommy Loughran of Philadel-
                                                                                                                               phia, long-time ruler of the light-                                            Section Five, Laurence Harbor, of •riorthevly from the intersection of
             CLUI1 LEAGUE                    counted most." . . . The saddest face    serious threat throughout the entire                                                   ADDS LIFE TO YEARS               said Mataan Road; thence starting (he northerly side of Waltrous Lane
                                             in the Blue and Gold auditorium          game. The score was 21-10 at the         heavy weight division.
                                                                                                                                  The fencing team, badly beaten              AND YEARS TO LIFE               at the junction of Ely Avenue and with the easterly side of Hagaman
         Standing of the Teams              during the recent game was that of        end of the first half.
                                             Mike Carroll, the lad who was                                                     by Drew in its opener last Satur-                                               the Matawan Road; (hen 'along| street; thence U> easterly at right
                                W.     L                                                 For St. Mary's Joe McCarthy           day, will meet Montclair Teachers                                              said Ely Avenue in a straight line to ancles to Hagaman Street. 100 feet;
                            19          5    benched a few games before the           turned in ten points, while Ryan,                                                                                       the New York and Lone Branch U.ence (2) northerly and parallel
 •Terra Cotta                               all important one because he wasn't       Dolan and Kelly collected another        in the gymnasium at 2 P. M.. while
 Lewis A. A.                16          8                                                                                      the wrestling team, victorious over          NOTICE TO CREDITORS               Railroad: I hence southerly alonn with Hneaman Street, 25 feet;
                                            making any points.                        twenty-four.
 Rotary Club                16          8
                                               Members of St. Mary's A. A. came                                G. F. T.
                                                                                                                               Johns Hopkins, 31 to 5, last week,        Richard M. Mack, Sr., Executor said Railroad to t,he Matawan !hence (3) westerly and along the
 Jersey Central             15          9                                                Hoffman High                          also meets Montclair, but on the lat- of Sarah T. Breen hereby gives no- Township Line; thence Norm on division line of Lots Nos. 65 and 66,
                                            to me and asked if I thought it was       Marks, f.                2    1    S     ter's mat.
 BiK Dip                    15          9
                                             possible to arrange a home and           Dobrynski, f.            5    3   13                                            tice to the creditors of the said Sa- Northeasterly nlonff said Township j inn feet; thence (4) southerly and
 Urennan's                  14         10
                                            home post season series between St.                                0    0    0
                                                                                                                                  The ba'sketball team will also play rah T, Breen, to bring In their Line to the place of bcfrinnind: and olong the easterly sWe of Hagaman
 Scribes                    14         10                                             Richmond, f.                             away from home facing Brqwn at debts, demands and claims against all property abutting: on the above street, 25 feet to" the point or place
 Titanium                   11         13   Mary's 1037-38 team and the Gov-          Croddick, f.             0    0    0
                                                                                                                               Providence. This will be the first the estate of the said, deceased, un- described lines within the Township j of Beginning,
                             9         15   ernor's team of the same year. It         Sprague, c.              3    0    6     meeting in history between the fives der oath or affirmation, within six of Madison; excepting and not In-1 BOUNDED on the north by Lot
 Morgan A. C.                               would certainly prove to be an at-                                 0    0    0
 Catholic Club               7         17                                             Huff, c.                                 of the two universities.                                                       eluding property            or
                                                                                                                                                                      months or they will be forever bar- West or Southwest situated abovelyine No. 65, on the east by Lot No. 95. on
                             6         18
                                            traction if the game could be ar-         Woods, g.                0    0    0                                                                                                        of the        de- the south by Lot No. 67, and on the
 Sun Oil                                    ranged. If they ever should meet                                   4    1    9                                            red of any action therefor against scribed lines.
 Swan Hill                   3         21                                             Read, g.                                                                        the said Executor.                                                            west by Hagaman Street, all as
                                            I'm about certain that my selection       Kelly, g.                0    0    0         Greatest of All Biographies                                                              NOTICE                  shown on said map.
        Scores of Recent Games              would be correct this time by say-                                                    Boswell's "Life ol Johnson" is Dated January 26, 1939.
                        208 872                                                       Bubaltz, g.              0    0    0                                                                                       NOTICE Is hereby given that an • The approximate amount of the
 Eotary Club                          947   ing, St. Mary's would give the Gov-                                                generally conceded to be the great-             RICHARD M, MACK, Sr.,
 Jersey Central         844 859       803                                                                                                                                                                     Election will bo held at the Laur- decree to be satisfied by said sale is
                                            ernor team a terriflic shellacking.                               14    5    33    est of all biographies.                l-27-6t                     Executor,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ence Harbor Firehouse on Saturday, the sum of two thousand two hun-
 Irennan's                                     Yours truly is conducting a poll         Highland Park          G.   F.   T.                                                                                  February 18th, 1939, for the elec- dred eighty-eight dollars <$2.288.00)
                          822   917   824
                          832               with persons with whom he comes           Thistle, f.              0    1     1                                                                                   tion of ONE Fire Commissioner together with the costs of this sale.
 Terra Cotta                    930   915
                                            in contact and the question is "Who                                2    1
                                                                                      Jones, f.                           5                                                                                   (for the full term of three years), Together with all and singular the
 Lewis A, A.
                                8(31 888
                                847 857
                                            is going to win the game between
                                            St. Mary's and the Governors on
                                                                                      Kulbacky, f.
                                                                                      Kuhn, f.
                                                                                                                          0         THE INVESTORS AND OWNERS                                                 and also to vote on the following rights, privileges, hereditaments and
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Resolution:                            apputenances thereunto belonging or
                                            Feb. 17th at the John street gym?"        Bolce, c.                3    4    10                                                                                      RESOLVED, That there be raised in anywise appertaining.
 Swan Hill
 Catholic Club
 Morgan A. A.

                          783. 775
                                            At the present time I asked forty
                                            persons and they claimed the Gov-
                                            ernors would be the victors by a 25-
                                            15 count, This corner will continue
                                                                                      Englehardt, g.
                                                                                      Thomas, g.
                                                                                      Newitts, g.
                                                                                      Pavlice, g.
                                                                                                                                    Buildingand Loan Association                                             for the ensuing year for the Reduc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             tion of Bonds and Current Expenses
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the sum of $3,000.00.                  Leo Goldberger, Solicitor. •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                All legal voters residing within $34.44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  JULIUS C. ENGEL,
 Scribes                  798   707
                                            this poll until the final column be-
                                            fore the game.
                                                                                      Park, g.                 0    0     0            Proved Again That It Deserves                                         the above lines are entitled to vote.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Polls open at three P. M. and close
I Big Dip                       827 881 867    Don't say anything, but I may still
                                            be right in my selection when I said        Score by periods:
                                                                                                               6     9   21
                                                                                                                                              Your Patronage                                                 at 8 P. M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      JOHN T. OALCHER,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SHERIFF'S SAI-B
[Sun Oil                        79G 755 848                                           Hoffman High        10 13 7 3—33                    WHEN SERIES NO. 20 FOR $17,000 WHEN                                                                             In Chancery of Ncwr Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Chairman. Between Heleir A. Ijanffftn, Complain-
                     Big Games              the Hearts would win the City
                                            League. . . . Can't understand why        Highland Park        2 8 5 5—21                        DUE RECENTLY, WAS PAID IN PULL                                           CORNELIUS A. WALL,            ant, nnd Jacob S. Kurkus and Blancne
      Titanium: Alexander 205; Jogan                                                               * • •                                                                                                     2-3-2t                           Clerk KnrkuB, et aid.. Defendants, PI. Pa. for
|202, 223; Schlercher 212.                  the Saints played two games the
                                            same week after the Governor                St. Mary's            G. F. T.                                                                                                                                   tho fialc of mortgaged premises dated
      Lewis A. A.: Batchelor 270.                                                     Fleming, f.             0  0   0                                                                                                                                   January 25. 1039.                    '
                                            game. . . The Governor game was a
      Rotary: Stivers 20S, 210; Peter-
|son 210.                                   strain on the boys and yet they
                                            played two more games in the same
                                                                                      Ryan. f.
                                                                                      Clark, f.
                                                                                                                                          NEW SERIES OPEN NOW!                                                          SHERIFF'S GALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            By virtue of the above stated writ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         to me directed and delivered. I will ex-
      Jersey Central: Gomtnger 211;                                                                                                                                                                                                                      pose to sale a t public vendue on
                                            week, whereas Coach Jim Dobrynski         Dolan, c.               3  0   G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    In Chancery ot New Jersey            WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY OP
|Tompklns 228.                              would have cancelled the Highland         Stolte. c.              1   0  2                 Each Share Costs $1.00 per Month Until Its Value                          Between THE PERTH AMBOY                        MARCH, A. D.. NINETEEN
      Brennan's: ScharfT 247, 226.          Park game had it been possible in         Kelly, g.               4   1  9                                                                                       SAVINGS INSTITUTION, a corpor-                       HXJNDBKD THIRTY-NIHE
     Swan Hill: P6ulson 223.                                                          Harkins, g.             1   0  2                         With Interest Amounts to $200                                                                             ot two o'clock Standard Tune in t h e
                                            order to give his boys plenty of well                                                                                                                            ation of. New Jersey, Complainant,
     Catholic Club: Carroll 212; Casey      needed rest.                              McCarthy, g.            5   0 10                                                                                       and GEORGE OONDOLA and MA-                  afternoon ol tbe said day, at the Sher-
  254.                                                                                McNamara, g.            2   0  4                                                                                       RY GONDOLA, his wife, et als., De-                OHlle In the City of New Bruns-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          wick, N. J.

      Scribes: R. Steiner 207.                 Glad to notice that Joe McCarthy
      Big Dip: Whitaker 214, 227; Toth received his well earned opportunity
                                             and took advantage of it by leading        Phillipsburg
                                                                                                                                    You Can Join Our November Series Now!                                    fendants, Fl. Fa. for the sale of
                                                                                                                                                                                                             mortgaged premises dated January
                                                                                                                                                                                                             25, 1939.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            All the following tract or parcel ot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          land and premises hereinafter particu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          larly described, situate, lying and Be-
                                             the Saints to victory over Phillips-     Bradley, f.              0    2     2                   By calling the South Ambey Trust Co.                                                                        ing m the Ctty of Perth Amboy, in the-
                                             burg with ten points.                                                                                                                                                By virtue of the above stated Writ,     County or Middlesex and State of New
             COMMUNITY LEAGUE                                                         D. Kelly, f.             0    2     2                                                                                   to me directed and delivered. I will
                                               Did Arky's Cowboys win a game                                   0    0     0                                                                                                                               Jersey.
                                                                                      O'Connor, f.                                                                                                            expose to sale at public vendue ra             Being known as lot number ninety-
                Standing to Date            yet In the city basketball league?                                 0    0     0
   leorges Tavern
   nt-on It Chuck
   . B. A.
                                      W. L.
                                            Maybe they aren't in the league. . . .
                                          6 The Tiger entry In the city circuit
                                          7 would be a formidable one if they
                                          7 saved any of their energy for the
                                                                                      J. Kelly, c.
                                                                                      Cody, c.
                                                                                      Boyle, g.
                                                                                      Franschino, g.
                                                                                                                                     The Investors & Owners                                                   WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OF MARCH, A. D., NINETEEN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                               at two p'clock, Standard Time In the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          five (96) on a map entitled "Map of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tho Westminster Tract, situated In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Perth Amboy, N. J., the property of T.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          P Holm, Esq.." which lot 1B more par-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .tlcularly described as follows:

                                                                                                                                    Building & Loan Association
                                     17                                               Marron, g.               0    0     0                                                                                    afternoon of the said day, at the             BEGINNING at a point In the west-
   ackard Motors                     16   8 second half. . . . Every game they        Saunders, g,             0    0     0                                                                                    Sheriff's Office in the City of New| er'y line of -state street distance twi
   harpshooters                      17  10 lost was lost in the second half. . . .                                                                                                                            Brunswlck, N. J.                         hundred and fifty (250) feet southerly
   :amilton's Painters               13  11 Did you ever take notice of the fact                                5    2   12                                                                                       All that certain tract or parcel of erly the Intersection of the and State
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        from                               southwest-
   aUiolic Club                      10  14 that Ben Springle seems to suffer           Score by periods:                                                                                                                                                        corner of Paterson
                                                                                                                                                                                                              land and premises hereinafter par- Streets; thence running (1) westerly at
   rennan's Colts                    11  16 from "Off Nights" every time he           St. Mary's             7 14 15 8—44                                                                                       ticularly described, situate, lying right angles to State Street one hun-
   folly's A. A.                  *   9 18 referees when the Tigers play?             PhUlipsburg            3 7 0 2—12                                                                                       and being In the Township of Rarl- dred thirty and seventy cne-hundredtq?
   erfect Vest                        9  18    Invitation to Local Mixed Bow-                            #-                                                                                                                                              (130.70)             lands formerly of th»
                                                                                                                                                                                                              tan, County of Middlesex and State Middlesex feet to Company; thence run-
   arltan Diner                       7  20 lers: Clarence Whitlock, caretaker            b'ai*»utei Lily Seed Cakes                                       Incorporated 1920                                  of New Jersey.                                          Land
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ning (2) southerly along lands formerly
                       • * *
                                      e 18 of the Spotswood Hotel Alleys, is-            Water lily seed cakes are a staple                                                                                       BEING known and designated as of the Middlesex Land Company twen-
                                             sued a challenge to local bowlers        food of natives in northern Australia.                                                                                  lots No. 153 and No. 154 on a map ty-six feet and two one-hundredths of a
             Scores of Recent Games          by openly asserting that he would                                                                                                                                entitled "Map of property situated foot (26.02) to lot No. 98; thence run-
   buthams (3)                 659 696 671 select Miss "Boots" Farrell as his                                                                                                                                In Rarltan Township, Middlesex ning (3) easterly one hundred twenty-
  folly's A. A. (0) Forfeit.                partner and would, defeat any mixed                                                                                                                                                                         three and forty one-hundredths feet
                                                                                                                                                                                                             County, N. J. belonging to the Grand (123.40) more or less to State Street:
                                            couple for aiiy amount of money at                                                                                                                               View Company", made by Mason and thence running (4) northerly along
        nUton's Paint. (0) 752 892 778 any time at the Spotswood Alleys                                                                                                                                      and Smith, Engineers. Perth Am- the westerly line of State Street twen-
         nan's (3)             8571 916 809 and he claims Joe Bailey and Poul-                                                                                                                               boy, N. 3.                                 ty-five (25) feet to the point or place
                                             sen are included, but the women, and                                                                                                                                                                       of Beginning.
       feet Vest (0)           654 768 778 men bowlers must be from South
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BEGINNING at a point on the Bounded on the north by lot No. 94:
                                                                                                                                                                                                             westerly side of Dartmouth Street on the east by State Street: on the
      arpshoolers (3)          858 853 802 Amboy.                                                                                                                                                            distant two hundred (200) feet south by lot No. 90; and on the west
                                               What's happening to Joe Poulsen?                                                                                                                              south of the corner formed by the by lunds formerly of the Middlesex
    | B . A. (3)               873- 893 924 Sorry to see him slippinq so                                                                                                                                     intersection, of the said westerly side Land Company.
     c k a r d M o t o r s CO) 870 795 7G2 Lefty JnnkowSki lias at last made                                                                                                                                                                               Being
                                                                                                                                                                                                             of Dartmouth Street with the south- tho said the same premises conveyed of            to
                                             up his nv.nd and decided that he will                                                                                                                                                                                   Jacob S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             erly line of Glencourt Avenue", as Frank Gold ct ux, Knrkus. by deed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                dated June 1, 1822,
     fchollc Club (1)          723 726 728 not go to Fort Smith with the Giants                                                                                                                              shown on said map; running thence nnd recorded in the office of the Clerk
      orges T a v e r n (2) 90O 838 708 this season, but will marry instead.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             (1) westerly and at right angles 101 of Middlesex County In Book 718 of
                                             May 6th is the date.                                                                                                                                            Dartmouth Street one hundred (100J deeds at page 301, etc.
    on & C h u c k (3)       758 874 840                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Being subject
                                                                                                                                                                                                             feet; thence (2) southerly and par- more particularly, to a certain the above  driveway
    •Itan D i n e r (0)      755 843 779                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      described in
                   * * *
                Bitr G a m e s
                                            Feeding Stations Urged                                                                                                                                           all:! with Dartmouth Street fifty mentioned deed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             (50) feet; thence (3) easterly and Being the premises commonly known
                                                                                                                                                                                                             parallel with Glencourt Avenue one mil designated as No. 110 State Street,
    nnan's Colts: Brennan 226.
   lect Vest: A. Sabolsky 203.
    J'pshooters: P. Pavich 202.
                                              By Game Commission                                                                                                                                             hundred (100) feet to the westerly Perth Amboy. N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               :ne of Dartmouth Street: thence cree toapproximate amount ot the tho-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   be satisfied by said sale Is
                                                                                                                                                                                                             (4) northerly along the said west- sum of fourteen thousand nine hundred
         A., Yezager 213; Hess 209.            Winter Storms and Deep Snow                                                                                                                                   erly line of Dartmouth Street fifty •lght dollars ($14 900.00) together wirn
    lollc Club: J. Everttt 203.                                                                                                                                                                              (50) feet to the point or place of the costs of this sale.
      ges Tavern: McCarthy 208;                      Hold Threat for Wildlife                                                                                                                                                                              Together with all and singular the*
             224; Stratton 201.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         nghts. privileges, hereditaments and ap-
           & Chuck: Clszewskl 217.             Trenton. Feb. 9—Late winter storms                                                                                                                                 Being the premises commonly purtenances thereunto belonging or In
      an Diner: Hawes 209.                     which cover the rural areas of New                                                                                                                            known and designated as No. 21 r.nywlso appertaining.
                                             ! Jersey with deep snow and ice, hold                                                                                                                           Dartmouth Street. Rarltan Town-                                  JULIUS C. ENQEL.
                                               a threat for wildlife, the State Pish                                                                                                                         ship, N. J.                                                                      Sheriff.
             Termites' Relative*                                                                                                                                                                                                                        William D Danberry, Solicitor.
           termite, which looks like a and Game Commission warned to-                                                                                                                                             The approximate amount of the »34.02                                         2-3-4t
          ant, is related to the cricket day in requesting deputy wardens,                                                                                                                                   decree to be satisfied by said sale
      srnnkroarh                               sportsmen's organizations, members                                                                                                                            Is the sum of four thousand eighty-
                                               of 4-H clubs, Boy Scouts and others                                                                                                                           eight dollars ($4,083.00), together                       SHERIFF'S SALE
                                               to continue the establishment of                                                                                                                              with the costs of this sale.                        In Chancery of New Jersey
           4NCEKY OF NEW JERSEY feeding stations and shelters in the                                                                                                                                              Together with all and singular            Between The Perth Amboy Saving*
                                               State.                                                                                                                                                        the rights, privileges, hereditaments Institution, a corporation of New Jor-
       | HENRY SPINDLER.                         The Commission announced that                                                                                                                                and appurtenances thereunto be- wey. Complainant, and Louis Y. Sosla
        Virtue of an order of the Court approximately 30,000 rabbits have                                                                                                                                     longing or in anywise apporfninhi?. ami Em-ma 1           sosln. his wife, ot als.. De-
         stneery, made on the day and been distributed throughout the State                                                                                                                                                    JTHJUS C. KNGEL,         fendants. f '. Pa. Eor the fflle of mort-
       thereof, in a cause wherein                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a r e d premises dntod January 10, 1030
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sheriff.     By virtue of the uhove stated Writ, to
        ;QORKA. Is Complninrrnt, nnrl to improve hunting next fall and                                                                                                                                       CHARLES K. SEAMAN. JR..                    me directed and delivered. I will expose
              UKALEW, Individually, and these cottontails are now domiciled                                                                                                                                   $27.72                  Solicitor.         to >;nle nt public vendile on
            Executrix of I'm Estate of in hedge rows, tree stumps and                                                                                                                                                                                    WEDNESDAY, THE FIFrEENTH DAY
         Bwitzer, dee'd., ct nls.. nre De- briishpilcs and are becoming accli-                                                                   Special Combination Offer                                    2-3-4t                                         OP FEBRUARY, A. D.. NINETKEN
        Bts, you arc required to np- mated to their new surroundings.                                                                               Use an EASY Ironer for a whole year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           nt two o'clock Steindiu-d Time In the
         |nd 'answer the bill of said             famous as prolific breeders, these
                                                                                                                                                    FREE—it bought at the same time as                                  SHERIFF'S SAIE                      -ftornoon of the -said day. nt the Sher-
        ftnant, on or bcforn the 3rd rabbits should remain healthy until                                                                                                                                                                                    lifs office In the City of Nmv Bruns-
            April, next, or the said bill spring under proper weather condi-                                                                        your new EASY Washer. (Only one                                 In Chancery of New Jersey              wlct:, N. J.      "
             taken as confessed neainst tions and assure a plentiful supply                                                                         small payment of $5.00 down, bu^ .5                          Between Perth Amboy Building &               All that fin-tain tract t;r parcel of land
                                               for the 1039 upland game season                                                                                                                                                                             :iml promises hereinafter particularly
                                                                                                                                                    both, balance monthly spread ovsr                         Loan Association, Complainant, and           :Ior.cilbed. situate, lying and being !n
            ald bill is flled to foreclose a next November.                                                                                         two years instead of one.) You pay lor                    Louis Szllagyl nnd Anna Szllagyi,             -ho City of Perth Amboy. In the County
             mortgage given by Mary               Co-operative measures to protect                                                                                                                            his wife, Defendants, Pi. Pa., for the       of Mlildlosi-x nnd State of New Jersey.
             widow of Jetho Swltzer, to the rabbits from stray cats, foxes,                                                                         ths Ironer alter the Washer payments                      sale of mortgaged premises dated                 BEGINNING "at u point In.the South-
             Gorka, dated April 12th,          crows, dogs running at large and                                                                     have been completed. II Washer aiors                      January 19, 1039.                            erly Hue of Market Street, distant thirty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           feet easterly along the same from the
          nd recorded in the Middlesex from other predators have been                                                                               is purchased, pay $2,00 down, balance                        By virtue of the above stated Writ,       Intersection thereof with the Easterly
             Clerk's Office, In Book 004 adopted by organized sportsmen in                                                                          small monthly payments.                                   to mo directed and delivered, I will         line of Kearny Avenue: thence (1) run-
           •tgages for said County, at many counties, the commission said,                                                                                                                                    expose to sale at public vendue on           ning Southerly parallel with Keamy
             , which mortgage covers the in commending such activities which                                                                                                                                  WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY                     Avenue and along the Easterly line cf
           nd premises described in the greatly aid in maintaining an In-                                                                                                                                                                                  lot conveyed to Johnson P. Salter, one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  OP MARCH, A. D., NINETEEN                hundred feet to n lot sold to Hattlo L.
         fcoraplaint filed herein,             creased game population in New Jer-                                                                                                                                  HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE                    Walker: thence (2) running Easterly
         f you, Henry Spindler, are sey.                                                                                                                                                                      at two o'clock, Standard Time In the         parallel with Market Street and along
         [party defendant because you                                                                                                                                                                         afternoon of the snld day, at the            tho Northerly lino of lot Bold to Hut tie
                                                      All-American Art Exhibit                                                                                                                                                                             L. Walker fifty foot to a point; th«nco
              husband of Fannie Spind-                                                                                                                                                                        Sheriff's Office In the City of New          (3) running Northerly and again parallel
            t may be or may claim to be           Every State and every art center in                                                                                                                         Brunswick, N. J.                             with Kearny Avcnuo one hundred feet
          §ier of port of the premises the United States Is to bo tapped by                                                                                                                                      AH the following tract or parcel          to Market Street; thence (4) running
                  and described in the bill the New York World's Fair for se-                                                                                                                                  of land and premises (hereinafter          Westerly on Market Street, fifty feet to*
          jplaint, under nnd by virtue lection of about 800 works for a                                                                                                                                       particularly described, situate, l          tho point or place of beginning.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Being tho premises commonly known
          llast will and testament of comprehensive exhibit of contemp-                                                                                                                                       and being in the City of Perth Am-          and ([equated nfl No. 83 and 83 Market
            (tltzer, dee'd., who died seized orary American art in a special                                                                                                                                  boy, hi tho County of Middlesex, and        Street, Porth Amboy, New Jersey.
              essed of said promises, and building.                                                                                                                                                           State of New Jersey.                            Tlu> approximate amount ot the de-
                 thereof claim an Interest                    •#-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 BETNCf known ftiul designated us            ux- to be satisfied by fiaUl Bole la the
           pt by courtesy in said prein- Hound Urn World In 80 Minutes                                                                                                                                        Lots Nosi. 05 ami 0(1 on a "Map or          .sum of Kleveu ThcuBiiud One Hundred'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and Ninety-Five Dollars (»U,1DS,00) to-
               rlbdd In the said bill of          The. tntlivltlunl IjulUlmiis and ex-                                                                                                                        iilnii of property belonging to John        gether with the costs of this sale,
            &t.                                hibits of move than three ixurrs for-!                                                                                                                         Ifuumnun, situated In the City of               Together with all nnd singular the
             SEPH T, KARCHEH,                  ctl'.n nuUons nre v.imcrnlnitcil in I                                                                                                                 Amboy, County ot Middlesex,         rk',httt. privileges, hereditaments and ap-
            |ollcltor of Complainant,          Midi a cmnpnrtlvely Nrrmll men In                                                                                                                              nnd State of Now Jersey, 1920."             mirttmnncefi thereunto belonging or in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LOT NO. 05: BEGINNING at u               riuywlfic rippm-talnlng.
                           01 Main Street,     (hi! New York World's F'Hlv Hint, vis-                                                                                                                                                                                            JULIO'S O. ENOEt.
                            Sayrovlllc, N. I itors will be nblo to make » tour of                                                                                                                             point on the eantorly side of Hat;a-                                               Sheriff,
          I t Snyrevlllc. N. J.                                             1
                                               the h:\ljltnble Rlobo In 1 0 mlmiU'S.                                                                                                                          mim Struct, distant 175 feet south          Cirvvles K. Soamatf, Jr., Solicitor,
                1st, 1030.            2-10-lt Thul bouts won Howard Hushes.                                                         Telephone Kcyport 1100                                                    from tho Intersection ot tho caster-
              ! EIGHT                                                                                          THE SOUTH AMBOY CITIZEN                                                               <-'frit-                       FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1939
                                                                                                                                                        ONE THIRTY CLUB TO
   William Ligorner      St. Mary's Rally    BAY VIEW ROD
                                                       AND GUN CLUB            E. C. Thomas Joins         BREAK GROUND SUNDAY                                                                     SOME LUCKY PERSON
      Heads Policy         Brings Victory Last night theBay View Rod and Giants As Member SundayFOR noon membersLODGE
                                                        HAS NTH BIRTHDAY                                              HUNTING                                                                      Will Receive a 55.00 Prize            Donald W. Reed, Jr.
                                                                                                                   at                  of the                                                      In Our Monthly Drawing
         Holders Advisers Against Rutherford Gun Clubwith a dinnertheir eighth
                                                                    and enter-
                                                                                      Of Scouting Staff One Thirty Hunting d Lake, South
                                                                                                        this city for Bamber
                                                                                                                               u b will leave!                                                      NEXT DRAWING                                  GENERAL
                                                                                                        Jersey where they will complete nc-j
                                                                                       tainment at the Club headquarters                                                                          Thursday, Feb. 23, 1939                             INSURANCE
   Company Opens Offices in Perth | Displaying amazing rallying pow- on lower Pine avenue. There was a This week E C. "Gene" Thomas, jgotiations for a site for the club's I T                    ROSENTHAL'S                                           BROKER
       Amboy—To Give Advice                 er, St. Marys came through with a taree.crowd in attendance, among '°' h l s             Stevens avtnue, received notice 'new hunting lodge and break ground t
            To Policy Holders             i whirlwind second half in their game whom was Assemblyman Fred W.,°'                         appointment as a member of j for the building with appropriate!?  TAILOR
                                            with Rutherford High on Tuesday rievol X X the^ub an inter- the regular scoutmgst«« for the ceremonta.                                            ^                *
                                                                                                                                                                                                      103 So. Broadway
                                           night on the local court to win by a esting talk on the ]                             New Yor Giants. Last year he had I                                                                            237 BORDENTOWN AVB.
                                           five point margin, 28-23.                  new state park bei                   at    a working agreement with both the ST. MARY'S SCHOOL                              T«L Bw. 72| Rn, 401             Telephone S. A. 44
                                              (Weinman was tops in the scoring Morgan and Cheesequake.                           Giants ant! the Brooklyn Dodgers,                  CLOSED WEDNESDAY
                                            for the Blue and Gold, gaining Prom club members came the sug- v e d "eJ G i a                is *"*•
                                                                                                                            ._ but this " *°the first time he has ser-
                                            eleven points, ten by the field goal gestion that a rifle range be incla- m e jf                    n'    as a full fledged      Because of the Illness of a large
                                           route, adding another from the foul        cfcd in the improvements to be made mber of t                     regular scouting number of pupils and teachers, i t «••••••••••••!
                                           mark, while Ryan, Dolan and Kelly                                 — i - *i >.„.,„,,
                                                                                                         •-- park, the range , start.                                    I was necessary to close St. Mary's
                                                                                                                                   The financial arrangements in school all day on Wednesday. Class-
                                           materially contributed to the net
                                           result with two field goals each.
                                           Wayner with seven points, and Mc-
                                           Cabe with six were the leading sc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   BARANOWSKI'S §
                                                                                                                                                        hls appointment' es were resumed yesterday, how-
                                                                                                                                             disclosed by Mr. Thomas ever.
                                                                                                                                           to b e presumed that there! „ , , „ " " U R ' f y rjj u p
                                           orers for the visitors.                    made in connection with the new , will be a salary a rand expense arran-
                                              Tonight St. Mary's meets St. f w \ "and ,he promised the gathering | S™ient.
                                                                                                                                          o r a sal
                                                                                                                                                     y ^us percentage            TO CONDUCT DRAWING                   MARKET                                          S
                                           James away; Tuesday night the op-                 ° n , W take immediate action agreement. Whatever it is will make                                                   108 PINE AVENUE         Phone 650     SOUTH AMBOY S
                                           position will be St. Marys of Perth in the matter.
                                           Amboy here.
                                                                                      that                                      little or no difference to prospective
                                                                                                                                ban player, for Mr. Thomas will he
                                                                                                                                                                             Recently James Curran was ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        PHONE YOUR ORDERS—WE DELIVER                       s
                                              St. Marys: Fleming, f 0, 1, 1; Ry-SACRED HEART MINSTREL
                                           an, f 2, 1, 5; Dolan, c 2, 0, 4; Kelly,                                                                                                                               Specials for Feb. 10 & I I | WE SELL THE BEST
                                                                                          TO BE HELD' SUNDAY 8; MON.
                                           g, 2, 1, 5; McCarthy, g 1, 0 2; Wein-                                                                                                                                                                                        m
                                           man 6, 5, 1, 11. Totals 12, 4, 28.              (Continued Irom P«?e One)

                                              Rutherford: McCabe, f 3, 0, 6. .... Art Scully, Fred Dohn. Johpny mission, Mr. Thomas received or-
                                           Br'dnicki. f, 0, 1, 1; Wayner, c 2, 3. Tryano and Stan Sharo will be seen. ders to cheek up on a pair of ball
                                                                                         Several large choruses will iurn'sh players, one living in Perth Amboy,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Fresh Hams, lb. 2 5 c
                                                                                                                                                                           bowling shoes or $20.00 in cash.


      William Ligorner, for five years in 7; J. McCabe, c 0, 0, 0; Speilman, c                                                  the other up toard Linden,. To make
   the employ of the Metropolitan In- 1, 0, 2; Peterson, g 1, 0, 2; Schoen, the musical background for the min- a report all he had to do was refer
   surance Company in this area," is g, 2, 1, 5. Totals 9, 5, 23.                     strel. The members of the eirls'
  the president of the recently organ-
   ized Policy Holders Advisers, Inc. BOVVLERS OLD TIMERS
   with offices at 145 Smith street,
  Perth Amboy.
                                                                                      chorus are: Mart Opiola. Violet Ml- to his copious notebook, for he'd
                                                                                   |I oduszewski, Marge Walczak, Dot scouted both of them Just before the
                                                                                      oduszewski, Marge
                                                 NIGHT FEBRUARY 18TH Gomolka, Mart, Kursawa,
                                                                                   ' Kover, Marge Dadon. Rose
                                                                                                                                season closed last fall. But he'll be
                                                                                                                                looking them over again as soon ns
                                                                                                                                                                               Liquid, Tablets
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cloverbloom Butter, lb. 3 1 c

                                                                                                                                the season opens.                             Snlve, Nose Drops       price
     Mr. Ligorner. during his employ-         At the Wonder Bar. 400 Henry Valaire Lagoda, Dot Minlin, Ronnie                                                                                      10c & 25c     Spring                 Lb. Our Own Brand
  ment with the insurance company street, on Saturday evening, Febru-                Kurzawa. The boys' chorus will
  was known as one of Its star sales- ary 18, a Bowlers' Old Timers' Night consist of Ted Sieracki, Al Lagoda
  men and was elected president of will be held. The committee lias ar- Chick Stochel. Charles Spezzl, Stan                                                                                         Legs Lamb 27c Coffee, lb. 22c
  the $100,000 club in 1936. He also ranged for a supper and refresh- Zomorski, Art Jesko, I.,o\i Zrebiec
  was an ace salesman in the accident ments will be served. There will al- S:R Moskva, Anton Nebus, Frank                                                                                                        Prime Beef             Lb. Colleg-etown   2 No. 2 cans
  department, receivini; several med- so be a program of entertainment. Oendlek. Ray Reskowski. Joe Flaga,
   als and other evidences o his Tickets may be secured, from Win. Leu Kluska.                          Sayroville's Men's

  proficiency. He also is a graduate Kennedy, William Cowan, or at the Chorus: John O'Bal nnfl John Grzy-
  of several schools o insurance Wonder Bar.                                         bt'k. directors. Matilda Grzybek,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Rib Roast 28c Melting Peas 29c
  salesmanship, and administration.                                                  Louis Gurgtil. Ray Lucitt, Walter
                                                                                    Scibek, John Snyder, George Wer-                                                                                             Milk Fed Rumps or Lb. Collegetown                 Can
     Recently, Mr. Ligorner resigned 'Our Country, flight or Wrong'
  from the insurance business to head "Our country! In her intercourse ner, Henry Steifel, Joseph Albin, J.
  the Policy Holders Advisers, Inc., with foreign nations may she al- lucitt. August Snyder, Geo. Lake.
  which he organized.                    ways be in the right; but our coun- Charles Grodzki, John Gryzbek, M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Legs Veal           25c Kernel Corn 10c
     The Policy Holders Advisers, Inc., try, right or wrong," was a toast Grodzki, Edward Grzybek, F. Dom-                                                                                                       Fresh Killed Fricassee
  does not sell insurance, but is oi     given by Stephen Decatur.                  inik. Milton Ratynski.                                                                                                                                   Snappy                 Lb.
  ganized as a counselor firm to a
  vise regarding the placing of insu
 ance. The company does not recoir
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Chickens, lb.               28c Beans 10c
 mend any particular company, in                                                                                               Rates for advertisements in this column. All advertisements under ttiU
 Is it connected as a subsidiary rep                                                                                                                                                                             Home Made              Lb. Fancv Wine Sap
 iesentat:Ve, or otherwise, of any li:                                                                                         heading, 5 cents per line; minimum charge 35c for one insertion; minimum
 insurance company. Its prime pu
 pose of the company, declares Mr
                                                                                                                               charge 25 cents on repeat advertisements. "Help Wanted," "Lost an<!
                                                                                                                               Found," and "For Rent" advertisements, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Fresh Kobasi 28c Apples, 4lbs. 23c
 Ugomer is to tell the people th
 truth about Insurance.                                                                                                                                                                      7...                                           !••••••••••••••••••£
                  -••                                                                                                            FOR RENT—APARTMENTS                            HOUSES FOR SALE

    Continues Win Streak
                                                                                                                 FOR RENT: Apartment, 5 rooms FOR SALE: New six room house,
                                                                                                                  and bath, all improvements. Heat
                                                                                                                   furnished. Apply 146 Henry St.,
                                                                                                                                                      with bath; all modern improve-
                                                                                                                                                      ments. A real value at a reason-
                                                                                                                                                      able price. Inquire Frederick H.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  WINTER CLEARANCE SALE \
      Against Roselle Pk                                                                                           Phone S. A. 340.

                                                                                                                 FOR RENT: Corner Flat, 5 rooms
                                                                                                                                                      Lear, 210 George St.       2-3-tf            BUY NOW! ACT QUICKLY! IN THE NEXT S>
    Hoffman High continuing its vie                                                                                                                                                                    30 DAYS PRICES WILL ADVANCE.               *:
                                           "SOUTH AMBOY'S OUTSTANDING MARKET"                                      and sun parlor, all improvements.      AWNINGS—SHADES

 lory inarch, downed Roselle Park on                                                                               Inquire side door, 731 Borden-
 the local court Tuesday afternoon,                                                                                town Ave.             12-2U AMBOY SHADE A AWNING CO                             1931 Auburn Sedan                         % 39
 4S-3O. Hoffman scored almost at wil
  annexing fifteen points to five foi              236 North Feltus Street                                                                            dow shades and Venetian Blinds
                                                                                                                 FOR RENT: Apartment a t 262 Best materials. Reasonable cost
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1932 Pontiac Coupe R. S                   $ 79
 t M r opponents In the first quarte:        Orders Called for and Delivered to your door free.                    Henry St., 6 rooms, bath, sun par- 285 Elm St., Perth Amboy, Tel.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1931 Nash Coupe, R. S                     % 69
 then with the exception of the                                                                                    lor and all improvements. Apply    P. A. 4-OS29.             l-ll-tf            1932 Ford Coupe                     $119
 cond quarter, continued to outscorc                            Telephone 226
 their opponents In each division.
- Carl Marks and Chet Spragui
 were the outstanding scorers for th
 John Streeters Sprague collected
                                           Specials for Friday, Saturday, Monday Feb. 10, 11, 13

                                           Legs of Lamb - - lb. 25c
                                                                                                                   on premises.
                                                                                                                 FOR RENT: Apartment, 3 rooms,
                                                                                                                   heat furnished. . Inquire 104 So.
                                                                                                                   Pine Ave.

                                                                                                                                              1-13-tf LEPPEB'S STORAGE: Moving and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1935 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1935 Ford Tudor Sedan
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1937 Ford Tudor Sedan ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $349 •t
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1937 Dodge 4 Door Trunk Sedan _. $519 m
  eighteen points with' nine field                                                                                                                     Storage. Dependable local and
 goals and Marks curved seven In                                                                                                                       long distance moving, 283 Madi-
 from the field and scored twice from                                                                            APARTMENT TO RENT: Apart-                                                         1937 Plymouth 4 Door Trunk Sedan.         $469
 the foul line, to make a total o:
 Blxteen points.
                                           Jersey Fresh Hams, lb. 25c                                              ment for rent on Henry street; all
                                                                                                                   improvements. Inquire 211 Hen-
                                                                                                                                                       son avenue, Perth Amboy, Tel.
                                                                                                                                                       P. A. 4-2918.          8-S-tf Co)
                                                                                                                                                                                                   1937 Oldsmobile " 6 " 4 Door Trunk Sedan..$599
    Tonight Hoffman meets Keyport                                                                                  ry street.                1-27-tf*     WASHERS—VACUUM                           1937 Chevrolet Tudor                      $399
 High, away; Tuesday night they
 meet Neptune here and next Frida:         Fresh Killed Fowl • lb. 27c                                                      FOR RENT                              CLEANERS
 evening they are scheduled to ineei
 the faculty,
    Hoffman High: Marks, f 7, 2, 16
 Dobrynskt, f 1, 2, 4. Richmond, g 1
 0, 2. Croddick, f 0. 0, 0. C. Sprague,
                                           Stewing Lamb 2 lbs, for 25c                                           FOR RENT: Shop, suitable for Fac- est terms. Thousand! of parts;
                                                                                                                   tory, 1,000 square feet floor space.
                                                                                                                                                         Everymake stores sell at low-
                                                                                                                                                         motors, machines; 390 State St.,
                                                                                                                  Located on David St., near R. R. Pertn Amboy. Phona P. A. 4-2389
                                                                                                                                                                                                  DORSEY USED CAR MART
                                                                                                                                                                                                              "THE SAFE PLACE TO BUY"
                                           HUB CITY DILL PICKLES, qt. jar                  19c                    station. Apply at South Amboy
 c, 9, 0, 18. Hanunel], c 1, 0, 2. Henrj   SUN DINE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 3 cans              25c                                                                                                      Elm to Oak Streets on New Brunswick Avenue
 U, O, 0, 0. Kelly, g 1, 2, 4. Woods                                                                              Trust Co., Tel. S. A. 201.      2-3-tf
 0 0, O. 3ubaltz. g o, 0, 0. Totals 20     CHIPSO, Quick Suds, Protects Clothes, large pkg.....21c                                                            MONEY TO LOAN                                           Phone P. A. 4-2703
 «: 46.                                    SELOX, the Speed Soap-Suds, pk(?                lie
    Roselle Park: Adase. f 0, 2, 2         FLORIDA ORANGES                             25 for 25c                        HELP WANTED                     MONET TO LOAN on bond and
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Open Evenings To 10 o'Clock                            3
 Rathe, f 6, 2, 14. Bocttke, f 0, 0, 0     SUNKIST ORANGES                             18 for 25c                                                      mortgage in sums of $100, $200, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • " • • • I
 Hunte, c 0, 2, 2. Gallagher, g 3, 0, 6,   PEANUT BUTTER, pound jar                        19c                   HELP WANTED: Operators, ex-           $300, $400, $500 and up to $10,000.
 Burns g 2; 2; 6. Totals 11; 8; 30.        PREMIER COFFEE, 1 lb. vacuum packed can 25c                            perienced on underwear, good pay,    Office hours from 8:20 a. m. to 8:20 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • I
                                                                                                                  steady work. Apply all week.         p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays:

 SMALL HOUSE FIRE                                                                                                 States Manufacturing Co., comer                           p.
                                                                                                                                                       from 8:20 a. m. to S p m. Inquire
                                           DOUBLE S&H OR ELK STAMPS EVERY SATURDAY                                Feltus and Washington, Streets,      Jh
                                                                                                                                                       John A L l                 q
                                                                                                                  South Amboy. N. J.         2—0-lt    Building. Lovely, Trust Company
   Saturday evening about seve:
o'clock, firemen were called out tc
extinguish a small fire at the homi
Of Charles Stockton on Henry St
The fire was extinguished by Jamei
                                             OUR MID-WINTER SALE
Smith, a member of the household
•before the arrival of the firemen
and the damage was small. The fin
started in one of the upstairs rooms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MARKET X
   Give                                                   IS LIKE A SPRING TONIC!!!                                                                                                                                  126 North Broadway
                                                                                                                                                                                                        SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prime Beef           OO             1 LR GREEN CIRCLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        COFFEE       23c
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Chuck Roast L i                     1 CAN SHEFFIELD
     Chocolates                                                                                                                                                                                  Legs Genuine

             for your                        You'll Feel So Grand After Taking—Such a Little Bit of                                                                                                                                     Both For               25c
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Spring Lamb                         Cloverbloom,    Brookfield
                                                Money to Pay For So Many Magnificent Pieces!
 (VALENTINE!                                                                                                                                                                                     Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jersey            OC           (
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Or Maybell            01C

                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fresh Hams L o Butter,1b. J l
    Widest Choice of Cards
           in Town
                                             Storewide Clearance — Discounts 20-50%                                                                                                              Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jersey     c\1(
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Peanut Butter K

      Novelties, Mementos
                                                Many Suites and Odd Pieces at Cost!                                                                                                              Pork Loins Z l Green Circle lb. jar * * ^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Flagstaff                    en.. ~
      Other Candies Too                     Store Hours: 8:30-6:00                                                                           Saturdays until 9:00                                Sliced Bacon 1 C Corn on Cob 1 C C 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                H lb. pkg.* * J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      pkg.           4 Delicious Ears          ^c*    *
                                                                   A Deposit Will Hold Your Selection!
       PETERSON'S                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sheffield

      132 NO. BROADWAY
          Tef. S. A. 1ST
         Evening* and Sunday*
                                            sWEST FURNITUREC0.s                      KEYPORT, NEW JERSEY.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pigs Feet

                                                                                                                                                                                                Sauer Kraut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      C Evap Milk.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lb. * ^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jrt'pn Circle tnll can: of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     lie Farm

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Catsup 2 C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1 or Pride

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2 large bots.™*'

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