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Four Pagi (tffTiis Papr is Scents e~Pay no more Id Pages Comic Section VOL. IV, No. 41 CARTERET PRESS OARTERKT, N. J., FRIDAY, hlNE 25, 1926 Eftriak,Page4 PRICE THREE CENTS FIRST HIGH SCHOOL CLASS Carteret Youth fyigaged Borough Fathers Jewish Society For Relief IS GMDUATED^IN CARTERETl To Port Reading Girl The engagement of Mi»s Emily Plan Improvements of Consumptives Seeks Aid Dr. L. Hollander, executive secre- THREE PERSONS BUUREDTH Half of C1»M of Thirty Art Honor Pupil*. Many Win Special Monte Calvo, of Port Reading, to Georgp Dwyer, gnu of Mr. and Mrs. tary of Deborah Jewish Consumptive Relief Society, Brown Mills, N. J., William Dwyer, of Carteret, was an- Sewer Project Gets Under Way VICTORY BRIDGE CELEBRATION Prizes. Heil Makes Address. Auditorium has sent a letter of appeal for the nounced at an engagement party Sat- And Three Streets To Be society to Samuel B. Freldman, of New Brunswick Man Cut On Face By Steel Piece From Mortal; | Crowded To Doors urday evening at the home of Miss Paved—Harris S t r e e t Carteret, asking that the Congrega- When Aerial Bomb Failed To Rise Due To Dampnew Monte Calvo. There were several tion of Loving Justice (Hebrew) give After a record of four years of accomplishment rarely guests present and a delightful even- Sidewalk Appeal Two men arp in th* Perth Amboy Laid Over financial aid to the society in a drive John Trempy, of Port Richmond, ,.,,ual1ed, the Senmr Class of Carteret High School was gradu- ing was/spent. Miss Monte Calvo re to erect a new building. hospital and one had to have powder Staten Inland, who ignited the aerial c e i v e d 3ev ated Friday night. There are thirty in the class. They grad-' eral viHuable presents, In the letter it is stated- that at wounds dressed as a result of the Vic- bomb was burned from powder and Ther wcre ame Final action on the proposed trunk nated in caps and gowns. In the class were six first honorl * «r » and musk and knocked over. J. Edward Harnad, upils who attained that distinction by making above 90 per n d i n n e r WM served present with e r v limited funds and sewer in Noe's Creek and the passage! p r e M ! r u w l l n vvery limited funds and tory Bridge Dedication at Perth Am- who served on the fireworks oomsnit« om datl<ln th boy yesterday. , ent. averages. There were nine Jn a declamation contest, prises Among the guests were : Mrs. T. of ordinances relating to street im- i '«£ ° » * society is able to tee, and Maxwell Logan rushed him take care of early cases only. It is •.(•••olid honor pupils with averages were awarded as follows: Morris Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Dwyer, provepents were the features of the planned to erect another building in Tomas Robinson, of 226 Lincoln to Dr. Henry's office what* M* imping frojn 85 to 90 per cent. Sev- Abrams, first prize, a fountain pen Joseph Whitworth, and M. Isnich, of meeting Monday night, of the Bor- order to take care of advanced cases. avenue, New Brunswick, was hit by wounds were treated. After the med- enteen of the thirty took the class- for "Gunga Din". The pen was do- Carteret; Mr. and Mrs. Alec Monte ough Council. Advertisements will Accompanying the letter was a a piece of an 18 inch mortar that ical attention Trempy said, "I feel ical course; twelve took the commer- nated by Supervising Principal Miss Calvo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monte be published for bids on the trunk "brick book" to be used In raising blew apart when an aerial bomb, that like a two-year-old". ciiit lourse and one took the general B. V. Hermann. Louis Lehrer won Calvo, Elmira and Lillian Monte Cal- sewer, the bids to be received on funds by sale of bricks in the pro- failed to rise, exploded in the mortar. An unknown man was run o n e c.,ur»e. The class was tb« first high second prize, another fountain pen, vo, Miss Frances Morgan, and Mr. Wednesday evening, July 21. When posed building. More of these books The steel pieces, which weighed about by an automobile during the even- vhool class to graduate here and it for "Soul of the Violin." Gervase and Mrs. Herbert Ruetsch, all of the motipn to insert the advertise- may be had if needed. 25 pounds, flew to the bridge, side- ing. The hospital authorities said Wiii also the first to graduate in Car: Harrigan won third prize, $6 in gold, Port Reading; Mrs. f$, PerkinB and ments W8B offered Councilman Cough- glanced a car standing under the his skull was fractured. He has hot Mr. Freidman has agreed to lay thebridge and hit Robinson on the head yet regained consciousness so they i,Ti't'« fine, new high school. The au- donated by the faculty, for "LaBca". James White, of New York; Miss Rae lin BBked where the specifications appeal before local Jews in order to ,lr .rum and corridors were packed The fourth prize, }2.60 in gold, went Dugan of South Amboy. could be obtained. He was told that slashing his face from temple to chin. could not learn his identity. (,, rapacity. to Pinkow Wexler for "The Wounded they are in the possession of the en- enlist their aid in the campaign. He was immediately rushed to the A very large crowd witnessed thfl Soldier", gineer. Engineer Mitchell presented hospital from which he is expected 1't.Mdent Edufard J. Heil, fireworks display and the general to be released within two days. The [i.iartj of Education, Jn an address Frank Knorr and Morris Abrams (.;.;,! tribute to the class members as were tie for second rating in mathe- Truck Hits Wagon - a big roll of sheets, the specifications. Coughlin said that neither the Coun- cil nor the public had been given Lebowitz Leaves men in charge of the-fireworks claim that the light rain fall during the opinion was that it was "a good show". lii-ing with others to graduate from matics, each receiving a prize. IgMc the si-hool in time to come, the hope Nadel took second prize in American „( the future of Carteret, He re- History. Horse Runs Aaway much information as to sewer. He said there should have been a pre- Oft European Trip display dampened the bomb thus causing it to stick in the mortar. Governor Moore addressed th* crowd on the bridge after the parade, but he was unable to attend the ban- A wirework's company employee fi rreil to the first commencement ex- i Miss Catherine Biesel won the Par- Carteret Baker Is Hurled From liminary hearing on it and the pub- L o c a l Business M a n W i t h F a m - quet. 1'irircs as being an historical event ent-Teacher prize, $6 in gold, for a lic should have been given some idea Wagwi And Injured As of just what it was and how much it i l y Sail* On M a j e s t i c : Giv- in Carteret. Their graduation, he perfect attendance record, Miss An- ••ii.d, was their first great success in na D. Scott, Principal of the High hf<\ School, presented the prizes except Frightened Animal Races Away would improve the Creek condition. The motion was passed. e n Dinner By Business, Water Service Poor At War With War Men's A s s o c i a t i o n Speaking directly of the graduates the two $5 gold pieces awarded by the Frank Delecorte, a baker of 11 Ordinances were passed on two h, continued: "I congratulate first, Parent-Teacher Association which Lewis street, was painfully injured readings artd,engrossed for final pass- School Commissioner and Mrs. Witnesses Testify In Peaceful Rahway >.«ur parents who have made this day were presented by Mrs. C. H. Byrne, Wednesday when his horse ran away age for the following street improve- Alexander Lebowitz and their two Several At Hearing Yesterday p.^sible for you; your teachers who president of- the association. and he was thrown from his wagon. ments: Paving Lowell street from children sailed last night on the Ma- Say Situation Has Not Im- Board of Education Object* To jestic for a three month's tour of Eu- haw aided you so loyally in your The program opened with fi pro- Delacorte was delivering bread in Carteret avenue to Blanchard street; Cannon Befor School. Peo- studies and yourselves for making cessional by the High School Orches- East Rahway section. A truck driven paving Pershing avenue in the rope. They will visit Paris, London proved. Company Earns ple Near New Site Up , such excellent use of the opportunity tra. This was followed by the invo- by Michael Baznanski, of 101 Shnrot Chrome section from Roosevelt ave- and other principal cities. About 50 Four Times Fixed nue to Warren street; paving High friends from Carteret went to the In Arms afforded you". Mr. Hell wished the cation offered by Rev. E. R. Brown street was following. Baznanski did Charges graduates success in whatever careers of Dunellen, a former pastor of the not realize in time that the wagon street from Washington avenue to pier last night to see them off. "To all appearances—and sounds they took up and expressed the hope local Presbyterian Church. The as- had stopped. He was approaching it Erwin street. All of these streets On Sunday Mr. Lebowitz was giv- Additional testimony waa present- that they would reach the heights sembly sang "The Star Spangled Ban at a rapid rate when a car traveling are to be paved with six-inch con- en a testimonial dinner at Somer- ed before the Bosrd of Public Utili- —it seems, moreover, to be causing that would make Carteret proud of tier", and then came the declamation in the opposite direction, appeared. crete and all connections for water, ville by the Carteret Business Men's ties Commissioners to show that there more trouble in Rahway than it did them and that their lives would be contest. There were two choruses gas and sewers must be made before Association. The dinner was attend- has been no improvement in the local while belching fire and steel from hs) Baznanski told the police that it rifled throat". Thus does the Rah- :in inspiration to future classes. by the graduates. the pavement is laid. ed by about 100 guests including water situation and that that situa- was a choice of hitting tb,e wagon in way Record comment on the situation The formal address of the evening •'Miss B. V. Hermann presented the the rear or the car, head-on. He put Eighteen residents of Lewis street Mayor Mulvihill, Councilman Cough- tion is bad. Evidence presented at which has arisen from the gift of a lin and other officials. Several spoke the last hearing was admitted again was delivered by Assistant Commis- class to President Heil of the schoo on his brakes and hit the wagon. The petitioned the council to pave that German field gun by the American lauding the character of Mr. Lebo- and the testimony submitted yester- sions of Education, L. L. Jackson, of board with most appropriate remarks wagon was not damaged by Baznan- street. The petitioners set forth that Legion to the city. Since its pre- J | witz and wishing him an enjoyable day was mainly to show that nothing the .State Department of Education. President Heil awarded the diplomas. ski'a truck but the horse became curbs and walks have been insalled Ben tat ion last February, it has lain trip. George Bradley was the toast, new, especially nothing in the way of in front of the new Roosevelt School Mr. Jackson reviewed the wonderful The members of the graduating frightened and raced oh*. Delacorte there. The petition was referred to master at the dinner. improvement has taken place in the on St. George's avenue. progress that Carteret has made in class are: classical course, Florence was thrown from the vehicle and the street and road committee. providing suitable school facilities for Rubel, Hulda Stutzke and Frank badly bruised about the body and Herman Shapiro asked that Ethel Mr. Lebowitz is president of the meantime. The testimony showed Recently the Board of Education the children of the borough. He also Knorr, first honor pupils; Theodore limbs. His back was wrenched. The and Florence streets be vacated. They Business Men's Association and was very low pressure in Carteret, Fords protested against this in the belief referred to the many events in which Lewis Daniels, Samuel Rosenblum, horse was injured and the harness are laid out in property owned by one of the founders of it. He is well and other places. that there was too great antithesis Carteret pupils have made a showing Pinkow Wexler, Michael A. Yar- torn to pieces. The wagon was also him. An arrangement was made known in local businessvcircles and Frank Bergen, president of the abow the avorage. Hs warmly con- czewski, second honor pupils; Cath- damaged. whereby Shapiro will donate two lots conducts two leading meat markets, Middlesex Water Company and also in teaching the principles of peace one in Roosevelt avenue and the oth- within the school and "honorably" gratulated the graduates. | erine Marie Beisel, Eugenia tjarlisle, Dr. H. L, Strandberg attended the to the borough in order that Beverly a gun without. At this pro- er in Washington avenue. He is serv- The star record of the class was Gervase Joseph Harrigan, Amelia injured baker and said that he will street may be extended all the way all the witnesses and testimony. He I test the City Father's decided to ing his second term as a member of rnadt' by Miss Florence Rubel who Kaiaczkowska, Joseph Kiraly, James be confined to his bed for some time. between John and Lefferts streets took the position that none of them prepare a suitable site for the relic the Board of Education. won four prizes, each being $5 in Bertram Mullan, Sophie Panitz, Ma- Motorcycle Policeman Frank Shanley and in turn, the borough will pei- was competent to testify and earned at the junctioh of Pitrpont street gold iinil a mednl. Among the prizes mie Schwartz, Edith Ulman and Jack whose thumb was torn off some weeks mit the vacating of the two streets from Commissioner Gnitchel, the and St. George's kvenue. Accord- she -..:••!-, WHS ur.a donated by former Jerome Berson. ago and who has just returned to requested by Shapiro. Local Business Man Sells Out comment that he, Bergen, in his ingly the spot was graded and beau- Mayor Joseph A. Hermann for the General course, Frank . Herman, duty, investigated the case. An ordinance was introduced to Moving To Newark Today own estimation, is the only person tified. highi't rating in mathematics; she second honor pupil. lay blue stone walks in Heyward ave in New Jersey who knows anything nue between Roosevelt and Gran But just as the authorities were also :ook the IS In gold prize do- Commercial course, Morris Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Meltzer, of 185 about the water situation. Mr. Gnit- about to roll the "weary wheels" t » H nated by the Parent-Teacber Asso- Emma Christensen, Joseph Francis ciation for the best rating in English; Sexton, first honor pupils; Lillian i> |iri:t from the American Legion for Catri, Lewis Lehrer, Kathleen Almira School Athletes avenues. Roosevelt avenue, who for a number chel said that if he lived in the ter- When the bills were being orderei of years have conducted a confec- ritory effected, he would not put up paid, Councilman Coughlin voted fav- tionery and stationery store at that with the conditions forced upon them their new resting place, a contingent of citizens rose up in arms and de- tfic btst record in American History, Mullan and Isaac Nadel, second hon- ;inti another for leadership in science. or pupils; Wanda Barbara David, Awarded Letters orably except for the bills of Engin- address are moving today to Newark. by the water company. He said he eer Oliver F. Mitchell. The engin- They have sold out the business to would mpve to BO pie other place clared, "If the public schools do not want it, we don't either'. "And then the fight began." Some sentiment Ms*-- Rubel is the daughter of Mr. and Mildred Kahn, Madeline Marie Reilly, eer's bills totaled more than $400 for M. Radden. Mr. Meltzer is a well where there was efficient water ser- Excellence In Field And Court the month. Coughlin said that Mitch- known member of the local post of also has endangered the discussion. Mi>. Max Rubel, of 724 Roosevelt Sophia Florence Szelag, and Sophie This feeling is due to the fact that Dorothy Ziemba. Games Is Rewarded On Fi- ell, in addition to his regular salary the American Legion. John S. Olbricht, engineer of the a German lady gave the Pierpont nail Day of School of $1,000 per year, averaged spe- fire department, told of the low pres- street site to the city in memory ot cial bills of about $400 per month. Port Reading A. C. To Go On sure that hampered tht firemen in the D. A. R. Chrome Firm Sells Miss Puchek Bride Numbers of handsome felt letters "He is a pretty expensive engineer", were distributed among the high said Coughlin. fighting fires. A»ked if he used the Excursion to Washington, D. C. pumper He WpilW th*» when the Mr. George Cooper, leader of the school athletes, at an- assembly, Fri- pumper.is used the water supply ia go citizens, recently said, "Let us have 100 Lots of Jos. Shutello Jr. Mayor Mulvihill took the bills from day afternoon, A long round of ap- the pile and handed them to Cough- An excursion trip to Washington, low that it is quickly exhausted and a real memorial to the boy's. The plause followed each of the presenta- lin for inspection. The bills showed 1). C. is the next big undertaking of can not keep up with the pump. city is doing this in a half-way fash- the Port Reading A. C. The club has Real Estate Exchange Has Busy tions. charges for' "engineering services," Howard W. Sharp, who is prfnei- ion and they are not going to push Carteret Couple United At arranged the tour with the Central Letters for football, basketball and on various jobs, Coughlin said the Railroad for tomorrow (Saturday) at pal of two schools in Fords, told of anything over on us that the Board Week. Activity In Lots In- of Education does not want. The Church Wedding Here. baseball were awarded to those who bills were not specific enough aa they midnight. Only club members and the pregsure being so low that it was dicate* Building Boom cannon surely is not the kind of me- Will Spend Honeymoon played a specified number of times. gave no exact idea of the actual close friends of the members will be impossible to flush toilets in the Soon The first football team to represent work done. schools and they required the con morial we want our children to see." at Lake Resort Councilman Hercules Ellis, report- permitted to make the trip in the car stant attention of janitors with pails. The citizens' committee is right in the high school accomplished the won- engaged by the club. Niiety-ilx lots were sold last week derful feat of ranking fourteenth in ing for the fire and water committee On one occasion, he said, the board voicing its appeal for the younger •'1 the Chrome Heal Estate Exchange The party will arrive early Sun- of health closed the schools on ac- generation. In like manner the Board Joseph Shuttello Jr., son of Mr. and the State Class "B" standing, cop- called attention to a hearing on wa- of 75 Roosevelt avenue. It was one Mrs. Joseph Shutello Sr., day morning, tour all day and re- count of the water condition being of Education is correct in taking such of-78 ping places l^eiore Woodbridge, Perth ter ratefe June 24 (yesterday) and 1 •< the busiest weeks in the history of Emerson Street and Miss Anna Pu- Amboy and other surrounding high said that members of the council and turn late Sunday evening, During a menace to health. This happened a stand. In our opinion those soldiers t " oncorn. In addition to the lots chek, of the same address, daughter schools. A very good showing, was certain witnesses should attend. The their stay the club has arranged for last year. 1 who fought, who killed in the World the laying of a beautiful floral wreath • '-he firm disposed of one house. of Mr». Anna Puch«k, were married made in the indoor basketball cam- hearing was to be. before the Public Testimony was alao introduced to War ought to realize now the terrible on the TSjjnb of the Unknown Sol- Tk, lots w « e lold lli groups ranging at 10 A. M. in the Sacred Heart paign. Utilities Commission. show that the water company earns thing that war. really is and in this dier. Patsy Pelligrfno is president of fr "m two to eight. In alt there were Church in Fitch street The church The credible record of nine wins Later in the evening the question more than it needs. Its earnings, it 'belief why shouldn'i the American the club. t'-T-.y-flve purchasers. Most of them was especsally decorated for the oc. out of thirteen games, was made by of supplying water to the East Rah- was shown, are four time* as great Legion suggest that the cannon be placed in the center of the city with !'•'.: '.o begin building at an early casion. Michael Shutello, a brother the Blue and White baseball team. way district was discussed. Council- bage had been submitted. That of as its fixed charges. An earning of (iai a large sign over it reading "Thou — a fact which promises much of the bridegroom, was the best man. The diamond machine dropped two of man Coughlin said that the council John Skiba, based on a period of two twice the amount of fixed charges is Shalt Not Kill" or "Over Eight Mill- kll! . «'-ig activity soon in this section. The maid of honor was Miss Helen the games to New Brupawick High had promised to give the people there, and one-half years, was the lowest. all that is required by finance com- ion Five Hundred Thousand (8,500,. Hi.- majority of the purchaser* are Cvakowski. Miss Marie Drutere, of School (Class A). They took sec- relief. He also pointed out that ex. At the meeting Monday night Skiba panies, it was pointed out, to satis- 000) Soldiers Died During The World tension of water mains to the East was awarded the contract. It will be fy the companies that a concern is Perth Amboy and Miss Margaret O'- ond place in their final yearns playing War". Rahway section would greatly in- in effect from July 1 of this year un- sufficiently safe financially to warrant Connor, of Carteret, were the brides- in the county high "school circuit. giving financial aid for extension of The largest purchases were made maids. The bride was given in mar- A great percentage of the school crease values of property there and til January 1, 192'J. The considera- —Mention this paper to advertisers. v M e r Pittel and Stanislaw Dom- riage by former Councilman J. J. Ly- teams was made up of the Seniors would be followed by a rapid develop. tion ia $27,250 for the entire period. plants and the like. !r ' "»>ii_ who bought eight lots each. ment of the district. Many are ready The appeal of Attorney Maxwell Among those from Carteret were: man. The flower girls were the Miss. who graduated Friday night. There to build there, he said, but are held - W in order of quantity comes remains u large supply of excellent Sosin for sidewalks in Harris street Councilmen Edward J. Coughlin, To The Democratic Voter* of es Margaret Lyman and Claire Miller. Jaiws Stroi^ who bought seven. Umber in other classes which should back by tke lack of water. He urged tvas laid over until next year. Sosin, Frank Andres and Hercules Ellis, for. the Borough of Carteret: Willium Sexton and John Puchek 'Vii'hael Sufehinsky bought six, and put Carteret High very high on the immediate action. A plan whereby who owns property in the atreet has mer Councilman Charles Phillips, were the ushers. li: "1es Kosinsky"and Crielaw Wis- sporting mup next season. The High j the borough would meet the cost of been seeking the improvement for Building Inspector John H. Nevlll, I want to take this opportunity to ll! 'v.-ki bought four each. Micheal School Alumni games next year will' laying mains has been practically! several months. Monday night Coun- Milton Farr of the Mexican Petrol- thank my many real friends of the The bride wore a gown of white ''•;><iirak purchased three. be of great interest t*j local fana agreed upon. By this plan the bor-| c ilman Andres reported" that he had eum Corporation, Engineer John S. Democratic Party for the splendid' T" * long list of those who bought chiffon georgette and a veil of Irish since the Alumni will be tihe first of ough would lay the mainu and then, investigated and had found several Olbiicht of the tire department, Sec- vote given me in the recent Primary l lace held with orange blosgoms. She Carteret High, | o ther property owners in the atreet retary Hennesy of the Industrial As- contest for the Mayoralty nomina* '\' ll'ts each includes: John Srirko, the borough may control meters. -f| carried a shower bouquet of sweet Mayor Mulvihill and Councilman who are opposed to the improvement sociation of Carteret and John Miller tion in the Borough. 1 am particular. •''"•" Bodnar, Walalslaw Wnukow- All players who earned the right ">'. Georg« Biolovarchuk, Florian puus, roses and lillies of the valley. to a Blue and White letter will wear Andrea objected to doing anything on the ground that the cost would be of the I. T. Williams Lumber Corpo- ly pleased and highly elated at the lLll "«, John Babisiiki, Frank Krissak, After the ceremony there was a re- it on their sweaters hereafter. for the East Railway district at pres- a hardship, upon them. Councilman rutioit. splendid majority given me in three •'"'•» Kukoaki, Anna Medwick, John ception to immediate relatives and ent on the ground that it might prej- Vonah ecUoed Andres' statement. At of the five districts; representing a ". Giovanni Sciapittelli, Peter friends in the home of the bride's udice the interests of the borough in the lust meeting it was decided to A Spaniard giving his name as clean, moral, victory. It is gratify- * ' • 'nik, Mi*hael Dolinich, Miki! mother. Later Mr, and Mrs. Shut- Odd Fellows To Hold the water rate tight. No action was huve the attorney ascertain the rela- John Silver, waa arrested Tuesday ing to feel that the power of one Public Installation of Officer* taken despite repeated efforts of tive vulue of the property of those night on charges made by Agnes or two leaders, together with the "a, K*rol Niemic, Peter Kuba- ello left to spend their honeymoon at Lake Champlain, They will re- Coughlin to gut the relief measures opposed to the improvement and Cttrr, a girl living in Bergen street. methods employed, failed to break '•*' ""lihie Solhalcsuk, Emil Av public installation of recently for East Kahway under way. ' '••••" Moravek, Victor Tetomuuti, aide, upon their return, at 73 Emer- those in favor of it, the largest prop- Miss Carr Mid that the man had the sentiment existing in these dis." elected officers of Lodge, Councilman Coughlin proposed that erty value to decide the issue. Coun- been following her and making ad- tricts. ' y ••«'y Kukulya, Mike Hoolob, Chu». son street. '\ be held the borough should purchase a big "'"*'. Louis Malkus, Emil KurU Among those present at the recep- NO. 267, I. 0. 0. F., will cilman Ellis said ha would be gov- vances. (Signed) WILLIAM D. CASEY., tion were; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shut, U^l 16 in the evening at Sharkey t?uck and use it for garbage collec- erned by these figures. But the tig- '""'..Michael Kolibas. lo, M John Puchek, Mr. and Mrs. ft Hall's auditorium in Washington tion, removal of allow, hauling cin- urea were not presented. . •v- house w u a dwelling purchas tllo, Mra. Stephen Jacobs, Mrs. J. D'Zurllla, avenue. Chairman Sam Szulowitz, of ders and pushing a snuw plow. A Ellis reported for the IInance, com- •M > t'jak. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lyman, all - * Car- the committee in charge of the powerful truck and « well construct* mittee that the auditor made several 1 ~ " pf •n"- the o m i t t i harge qf the Urtst; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sinnot, event announces that all Odd Fol- ed snow plow, he said, would over- reCuHimerulutions regurding the bor- Steamer Excursion to Rockaway Beach- N. Y, Mr. and Mrs. John Drutere and John lows are expected to be present. In- come the present difficulties of the ough accounts. These lie said, should mention this paper when Sinnot, of Perth Amboy and Walter vitations for non members are in the borough in dealing with heavy snows.', (,e folluwed. The auditor, Ellis re from our advertisers.— Reiner, of Ruhway. hands, of the committee of which Mr. By keeping the plow going day and | ported, had found several instunees SaturdayJuly 3 SrulowiU is chairman. night when a storm is in progress,' where jicrsunui taxes Rad never been on Steamer "Sirius"; Capacity 1,900 passengers an ib done in other towns, C o u s i n collected, There are also questions Under the Auapiees of Chrome Real Estate Exchange, inc. Always At Your Service said, the BTIOW problem would be of tux uliutametit. These ant to be solved because the, streets would nev-, threshed out by thu finance com- LYCEUM ATHLETIC CLUB, INC. . * 76 BOQNVtH AWlue, Carteret, N. J. er become blocked with huavy drifts mitteo. It was decidml to place thu of Perth Ambovj N. J. 1 Insurance of all Kinds WJGROHMANN and the snow would be given no time j assistant to the borough collector un- to become packed, 4« r bond. At present Charles A. Councilman BUis also fuvurud the Brady, the collector, iS*the only one Steamer Leaves City Dock, Perth Ambuy, ut 10 A. M. I*ftVM Moore's Dock, Carteret, at 10.30 A. H. •* f Fire, AutompblU and Plata Glass , R«liabl« use of * big truck tu connection with under bond. HU assistant, Carl Real £«tat« A Insurance RealJE»taU Bought and Sold a snow plow and mow removal. Krupper, was appointed «boyt two Carter*, N. J. Coun«itiB»a Andre* said the street d«- y«ar» ago. Adults $1.50. Children, under 12 years, .W* Vow Property With Us For Quick Results Ottca: 189 Rooa«v«lt Avenue purtment displayed effldency in b Th» 4»t» of the next Meeting falls w * tar* *Mfc tMtytft for on* and two family 26 Loeust * m t l l t h snew bW J l 5, a holiday. At the c l o u J&H«nioni«t« will iwttato i t beach about far* to " "
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