FRIDAY, 18, 1938
.Tune of thin year, the speaker Bohdarij bishop of tfce
UKES S. C. DANCE Hebrew Affiance h
TO GIVE SHOW Seaman Reappointed "Night in Hawaii" Affair
wid. H» 4 « t e n 4 tint MOK than Orthodox ChWttfc t» —.
B O Ukratntaft dwrchw have been South Amorict, was read. I* Irtatedt t
O tii iicf,.
d»»twy*d in the prevbiten of Voi- thet the Orthodox Ckurch in Po- in Poland i,,..
Boy St out Troop 82 To Hold
Movi<> Monday in H. S. As Borough Auditor Thnnki giving Eve
CARTKRKT The Ukrainian
Give Play Nev. 29 hynta, Chohn, fr»Hwl» and Pid- land Is "crucified," that houne* Of
lashf. warnhip are destroy^!, ttltftra de, of
i MtTKIfKT Hoy Scout Tre»p A pistowl letWr from Rt R«v. mdlished nnd holy ieoi)» W^tod. A' eon.
Hi1 will •iiontnr a moving picture Perth Amboy Firm Geti
Social Club will Rponnor ft "Night
in Hawaii' dince Thanksgiving
Local Organisation to Hold
show i>f truvt'l, music anil comedy
Cwrtract F«r Year eve, with M«ry Zuppe and Joseph PretMtatMa at Palace
PuknaH us co-rhftirmen.
flii'litnt ium, through lht> ("ourteny
1939 The autfrtorium will bp deco- theatre in Chrome
of mi n't- ci-ciim company.
rated in a native Hawaiian fashion
rinci'mN derived from the nffnir and munic for dancing will be CARTERET --• The Dramatic
CARTKRKT — T h P borough
will lie usi'd lo purchase new equip played by Rny Kenloha nnd his Group nt the Hehrow Social Alli-
council nt its regular meeting last
mini CM tin1 troop Tickets for I he I'nirn Islanders. ance will present a piny, "The
Munilny ninrht At the borough hall,
pini'iiim cini lie purchased from Aotorfi Have Come," st the Pnl*c«
reiippointfld Joseph J. Seaman,
iiiiv liny scout nf tho troop.
Perth Amboy accounting firm, as
the borough auditors for the your Another Tract Sold Theatre November 29. The cant
consists of Beniamin Rabinowitr,
New Construction 1 id!!), Seaman had been borough
auditor since the Republicans c»me
To Miles &Nevill
Dr. Herman Meohlowlta, Esther
Venook, Arthur Schonwald, Phil-
Work Totals $8,385 into power in the borough in 1935.
While no amount was stated as
the contract fee for auditing the
lip Goz, Sylvln Schwartz Violet
Klein, Anne Daniels, Pear! Cho-
Boro Sell* Lot In Ea«t Rah- dosh and Anne Daniels. Evelyn
hooka during 1939, it is believed WOIIH wilt be in charge of the prop-
Building Inspector Bare- thnt Seaman will get the same way ProDertv To Local erties and Walter Schonwald will
GLADIATOR ford, Sr., Makes Report
amount he received this year.
Firm For $821.91 serve-as the business manager.
Rrciur.l FrMuri- Sat Nit<- For Month of October OFFICERSIELECTED CAnTERET--Tho offer of the Members of the ndminating
committee of the senior organiza-
"BEHOLD MY WIFF." ronl rstate firm of Miles nnd Nevill
SyWifl Sidnry Grnr Raymond ( ARTKUKT At n mooting of Harry Weinstein Heads to purchase a lot in the East Rah- tion for the January election are
the borough council laot Monday Newly Formed Lions' Club way section which the borough had Moses Levennon, chairman, Sam-
SUN MON , TUES. - WFD. uel XaplsJI Dorothy Vefiook, P*arl
tiiirht. Htiilding Inspector Frnnk CARTERET —A mass meeting taken over for delinquent taxes,
limi'ford, Sr.. roportcd thnt ho had was accepted by a resolution adopt- Chodosh, Anne Daniel* and Dr.
of the newly-organized Lions Club David Roth.
cslimiited the coat of new con- wa* held Sunday at the Brother ed by the borough council at its
"truction w o r k n n d nddition<i regular meeting Monday night at The New Year's Eve celebration
hood of Israel Synagogue, Per- will be held, with Mm. Samuel
lliKnidlin'it. thn borough during the shing Avenue. the borough hall.
pj>it month of October would bo The price wag $821.91, which Roth and Dr. Isadore Rabinowiti!
Officers elected at the meeting as co-chairmen, auiat«d by Sylvia
in the noighborhojul of $8,385.
are as follows: president, Harry amounted to the delinquent taxes
and interest up to the present time. Tobrowaky, Evelyn Weiss, Doro-
Weinstein; vice-president, Royal thy Venook, Anne DanielR, Stanley
JITTERBUG JAMBOREE Rockman; secretary, Jacob Berg; In the past other tracts which the
borough had gotten by back taxes Srulowitz nnd Arthur Schonwald.
treasurer, Herbert Venook; ser-
geant-at-arms, Albert Perlmetter; were sold to the same firm.
To Be Given By Hungarian The council passed a resolution
Junior Club Dec. 26 and booking m a n a g e r ' Morris
Weinstein. A social and athletic
department was farmed.
to hold a private sale of the prop-
erty Monday night at 8 P. M. at
CARTKHET - A "Jitterbug
.Inmhorcc," tho first of its kind
ever hold in Carteret, will be prc-
Meetings will be held every Sun-
day at the synagogue. Any club
the borough hall.
At Protest Meeting FASHIONS COME AND GO, IHIT
Hcntod by the Hungarian Reformed wishing to play ping-pong with the
Junior Club of Carteret at the first Lions club can make the necessary Mais Meeting Held Protest-
annual dancing championship to be arrangements by calling the book- Solemn Requiem Mai* Held
hi'ld nt. the.St. James Anditorium, ing manager at Carteret 8-1690J. At St. Joseph's Church ing Persecution Of
W H E L MERMAN
in Longfellow Street, on Monday
night, I>ec. 2(3. There will be
pii/.cs for the following dances:
To Be Given By St. Joseph's
("ARTERET—Pallbearers at the
funeral rites conducted Monday
Ukrainians In Europe
CARTERET — The Ukrainians
THE GltANll T1AN0 LIVES
Waltz, fox-trot and the Jitterbug morning for the kte Frank X,
»*•:._ _ _____
Stump. The Jitterbug Stomp will Church at Parish Hall Koepfler of Pershing Avenue were held a mass meeting in St. Dem-
REE FREE ho open to unlimited couples and CARTERET—A card party will
Joseph Kennedy, George Bradley, etrius Ukrainian Church hall Sun-
0 LARGE TURKEYS 10
they may do the shag, lindy bop,
rustic* Q or any Jitterbug specialty.
Dancing to the tunes of Al
Kalla's WOR band will start nt
be held toniffht by'the pariah mem-
bers of St. Joseph's Church at
the parish hall, with F. H. O'Brien,
Edward Dolnn, Thomas Kinnally,
James Phillips and Howard Heiter,
A solemn requiem mass was held
at St. Joseph's Church, with
day afternoon to protest against
alleged persecution of the Ortho-
dox Church of the Ukrainians in
M ANY of tile tliingr, you buy for your home today will not wear oui. T||,V
will be replaced bci ;>u?e they ar« ont-mo<ked. But one will alw;i\^ I,, |n
good taste. On(^ will l>e cherisbrd dnwn through the years. It is your ^rnid
Come and Get Yours C. A. Sheridan, Edward Lloyd and Rev. Joseph Mulligan officiating, their native land by the Polish gov- piano. Provided, of cmirsr, tliat it is ol unquestioned quality. Here, in a single
H:'M) o'clock. J. J. Dowling in charge of the ar- and the burial was held at the St. music house, are the world's illnatrioua prand pianos, bearing names S|H>UII
ST. ELIZABETH DANCE rangements. > Gertrude Cemetery. The meeting was called by R/ev. in tones of admiration by munic. lovers everywhere. They art not reservnl f,,r
Mr, Koepfler was employed as John Hundiak, pastor of the the few. At Griffiths, a fjrand piano is within the reach of anyone who ajijjrcci.
EMPIRE CARTERET —Members of the
St. Elizabeth Church will sponsor
a dance Sunday night at the
At The Rahway
Strangely enough, Janet Gay-
foreman of a WPA project and
had been employed as yard fore-
man at the creosoting plant. He
church, and the board of trustees.
John L. Ginda, president of tho
board, presided, and Michael Pros-
ates to fine a musical instniment. For less than the colt of many a parlor suite,
with budget payments by the week or month, you can enjoy the-companion-hii,
• • RAHWAY • • church parish, with music for danc- nor, appeariug Sunday on the Rail- was a member of the election kura was the secretary. of a beautiful, life-long grand piano of a suitable tiw for your home. Cuwc
3 Dnyt: Fri. - Sat. - Sun. ing played by Joseph Nagy and his way screen with Robert Montgom- board fot the fourth district and Father Hundiak was the princi- in. Let ut explain more fully. Allowance on your old piano.
orchestra. ery in "Three Loves Has Nancy," held membership in the Holy Name pal speaker. Others who spoke
Only NOT. 1819-20 never even dreamed that she ceuld Society of the church, Carey Coun- were Rev. John Fedyan, of South
SCHOOLS CLOSE WED. ever become a motion picture star. cil, Knights of Columbus, and Plainfield, nnd Mr| Ginda,
Matt—Sat, and Sun. The combined efforts of her
Not Continuous CARTERET — Local schools family were necessary to get her to Court Carteret of the Foresters. Father Hundiak said a cam- The STEINWAY.the world's greaieu Piano
will close Wednesday in observ- make her first call at a studio cast- Surviving are his wife, Ellen; a paign of persecution has been car-
Ihlii'l ance of the celebration of the ing office, and the rebuffs she re- •daughter, Mrs. Mary Kubeck of ried on against the Ukrainian CHICKERING . KIMBALL . HARDMAN
noihlnf ab- Thanksgiving holiday, and will re- ceived in her first weeks so thor- Jersey City; three sons, Francis, Church since the end of the World The MUSETTE and the MINIPIANO
*uid*r.. open the following Monday, No- oughly disheartened her that she Paul and Eugene, of town; and a War, when Poland took over one-
(han Miring brother, Andrew, of Williamaport, fifth of'the Ukraine. This campaign Reproducing Pianos: AMPICOarwiDUO-ART
amunltr- , • vember 28. renounced motion picture ;work Pa. has become more ruthless since
"forever" and instead took a ste- And a dozen other famoua GRANDS •
nographic course in a Hollywood STUDIO PIANOS. LOW BOYS.CONSOLES
STATE THEATRE "We were living in San Fran-
cisco when I finished high school," TURKEY TIME! And the wonderful HAMMOND ORGAN
WOOD BRIDGE, N. J. Miss Gaynor related in an inter- Fine piano tuning and repairing
view on the set of her latest pic- . . . NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOUR
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Nov. 20-21-22 There's always a woman, it
"Having Wonderful. seems, in the career of Melvyn TOP SIRLOIN BONELESS IKET STREET EVEN
Douglas. ROAST VEAL ROAST
Time" A woman turned his thoughts to-
wards the stage when the boy was
vacillating between urges to be a
musician, a lawyer, or a poet.
A woman furnished him the
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23 Open Sesame to Broadway when FRESH HAMS PORK LOINS
the youthful trouper had proved Whole or Half Whole or Half
"The Crime Of Dr. his mtjttle iri seven years of stock
repertoire in. the middle west,
A woman induced him to make
comedy his metier when the young
SWIFT'S SMOKED PRIME
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in sentimental leads.
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The names of these women in
THURS., FRI., SAT. the life of Melvin Douglas are Lena ,9c 1/0 e
Coining Thurtdny, Nov. 24 Shackleford Hesaelberg, Jeasie 2
Nov. 24-2S-26 Bonstelle, and Helen Gahagan.
"THE AWFUL TRUTH" Thanksgiving Day Continuout One is his mother, one his patron-
Performance ess, and one his famous wife.
We' might even add a fourth
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