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					                                                                                                                   THE VVERTFfEU) LEADER, THLKSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1946
                                     Simball Ave., Dec 22. Eov. Rob-
   UTUARIES                          ert M. Skinner, minister and Dr.
                                                                                    KODEEICK P.
                                                                                  Bodericjc Prentus S'jJter, 73,                                                                                                                                                                                           J   i-   _   «.*,

   IOMAS E. LEAR                     William' K. McXinuey, 'minister-           husband of Mabel Br.ttCB.JPishsr
    . service! for Thomas E.         emeritus, of the Presbyterian              of Waban, ' Maes., formerly of
 j who died Sunday in Mull-          Church, officiated,                        Westfield, died Monday. Private
 fHospita!, were held in               Mr, Burmester wfta born in St.           funeral services were held'yester-
    uneral Home this after-          Unit and had lived In Westfield            day at the New Chapel, Newton
            Rev. A, Pay Petty,       four monthi, He is survived, by            Cemetery.
      of the First Baptist           hit wife, Mrs. Anna L. Bimneater
        iciated. Interment was       and two daughters, Mrs. Harold V.                 WILLIAM J. KELLY
         Cemetery, Plainfleld.       McCormltk of Westfteld and Mrs.                William J . Kelly, 71 years rfd,
    ; Elizabeth, Mr. Lear had        William F. Hutcheck cf Philadel-           of Cranford, formerly of Garwood,
         Westfietd most of hit       phia.                                      died Saturday at the Elizabeth
  I w u a painter and decor-                                                    General Hospital after an illness
 (was a member of the Jr.                  KATHUYN G. WALSH                     of five weeks. A native of New
c^Ha was also a member oi               Funeral services for Hiss Kath-          fork City, he had lived in Gar-
                                     ryn C. Walsh of Elizabeth, sister          wood 40 years be/ore taking up                                                                       Com* fill your markel basket with fruit* and
  I Baptist Church.                                                                                                                                                                  vegetables of the seaaon. They make delieioin
   ' «, besides hla wife, Mrs,       of Mrs. Agnes L. DfGraff of 739            residence in Cranford five years
     ,'imiick Lear, are five         Austin St.', were held Monday with         ago. In Garwood, he had served                                                                       catinf bacauie they're all freih and flavwrhil.
     f'Mra. John Eberley and         s High Mass of Requiem at the              as a member of the Borough Coun-                                                                     W h a f i more, they're modetUy priced at AAP!
         i Monk trf North Plain.     Church of the Sacred Heart, Eliz-          cil, the Board of Education and
              1 Fravetsky of 112
                        -      ,
                                     abeth.                   .. .
                                        Miss Walsh, tho daughter of
                                                                                as superintendent of streets and
                                                                                police recorder. He was employ-
           . Mr,.                    Mre M                                      ed many years ago by the old Hall
                         I?v     i                    lth    nd t h B
                                         - »'y W aAUA TVLMJ.., .t-41...
                                     ,*_.„. \t/BtBui, died »          Ma An-,

       Illfton Frank, ox-ferns
          son, Herbtrt Lear' of
          There are 12 ifrand-
                                                            Thursday at the
                                     Ellwtetli General Hospital, EHi»-
                                     beth, after an illness of several
                                                                                Sljrnal Co. of Garwood. H« was
                                                                                a.wember of -Atlas Lodge'; F . & A,
                                                                                M, of Westfield and of St.. Mark's
                                                                                                                                                                                              FLORIDA                            l b 7,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   THt CIUX ATLANTIC t ftCHIC IW CO.

                                     weeks.                                     Episcopal Church, Garwood.                                                                                    J«lcy-VHi«li Rick                       I
                                        Besides her mother and her sisi-            Surviving are his wife, Jose-

          S     of
                                     ter in Wostficld, she is survived by

            that company's oldest j t i n '  S
                                               . WilUn, Ctltata., both
                                                             bth M
                                                                                phine Morrison Kelly; two daugh-
                                                                                tere, the Misses Betty and Peggy
                                                                                Kelly i a brother, Robert, of Phil-
                                                                                adelphia, and, a sister. Miss Lillian
                                                                                Kelly of Cv&nfotd.
                                                                                                                               ICEBERG LETTUCE 11
            point of service, un MRS. ELIZABETH M. SNYDEH
            •ement in 1043, died          Mrs. Elizabeth M. Snyder, widow Albert Sikora, 73-year-old retir-
            ; Bis Dome, « 7 liver- o f H a r
               his home, 427 Ever-
               served he Western d
                                             , t * her h

            only employer in his ? u J d e n l y o f , h , . J t ttMk;
                                                                         djed      t
                                                                      fa H o J t g t died suddenly at Wyckoff on Sun-
                                                                                                     ALBERT SIKORA
                                                                                           ed carpenter, of Scotch Plains',
                                                                                           day afternoon while visiting his
                                                                                                                               TOMATOES                                                Ready t i Slice
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Flm, RiH             1lb, carton1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              of 4 or 5                     Ftp n linpl* meab witk i k w UHy, Ungr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            cbccsci. Uaa them u sauces to add awl to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            vegetables . . . in rarebit! and fondnti . . .

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            or combined with macaroni, v«f«UbW«,
         i years.                      in Ireland, she had resided in son, Edward A. Kikora.                                                                                                                    Cillfinla
      I service; were-held Sat- Wwtfleld for the past G years. Born in Austria, Mr. Sikora was                                                                                                                                                              meat or fob. h casserole dishes.
                                                                               O                                                                                                                                                    head,
          noon a t Gr»y'g Funeral She was a communicant of Holy a member of Holy Trinity Church                                                                                                                 New Crtp
            . John Wesley Lord, Trinity Church, a member of its in Westfield. Ho Is survived by
             the. First Methodist Rotary Society, nnd of Court Trln. his wife, Mrs. Julia. Iieischl Si-
          vhlch Mr. Murphy w»»i'|Kr""3S7'
             offlriatcd. Interment ^ e r i c a i '
        lUth Lebanon, .0, where
                                                                        Daughters of jkora; three sons, Edward A., Hcn-
                                                                                          iry of Cvanford, and John A., at
                                          Survivin*? aro two daughter, {home; four daughters, .Mrs. Lewis
                                                                                                                                  TABLE CELERY    19^ AVOCADO PEARS «< 23>                                                                               [iederkranz Chute                           P£26«
      | h y was born May 6, M r B v i n l : e n t G N oonati, »nd Mrs | M. Venine Jr., at home, Mrs. Jas.
                        it » . i      jJoseph D. Parsons, two grandchil- Vtmderbilt of Paternon, and Mrs.
                                                                                           Edward Christennen and Mrs, Jo-
                                                                                                                                  YELLOW TURNIPS 2 7= FRESH ESCAROLE 9=                                                                                  Pabst-EttCheeseL 18<
               work with * « t e r n d                                            Mtr.
             •" at Cedar Rapids,.
                   its time . bureau g
                                               m i tvlg         eUtere M r s
                                            t j , B r k i n a n ( , Mr3 _ M a r y K o M . seph Solowe, both at home; three
                                                                                           brothers, Joseph of Elizabeth,
                                                                                                                                  TEXAS BEETS      8- BLACK FIGS.^>.;:; 18.                                                                                 K r d f t UHHIME1 JPKAO 5 o r j i r | 7 e
     (18D3 and In 1911 becmne ter, all of Westfleld.
     supervisor of the tinio and
    liervice for the Western Saturday from her home at 9 a. m., en grandchildren.
                                                                                           Frank of Tcrrill Rd,, Scotch Plains
                                          Funeral services will be held and Benjamin of Elmora, and sev-
                                                                                                                                  NEW CABBAGE 3 19= BUDDED WALNUTS ^43«                                                                                  Blue Moon 2 <«>14*
        mccrn throughout the and a High Mass of Requiem will
        lutes, directing its vast be celebrated at Holy Trinity                                                                                                                                                                                         Cream Cheese niu'p,*; 11*
        lystem and provision of Church at D;30. Interment will be
       jltes* Naval Observatory in St. Gertrude's Cemetery.
        ighout the nation. He TJie Catholic Daughters of Amer-
        •dquarters in New York ica will meet at Tompkins Store,
        '2. Upon his retirement South and Wcstfield Ave., tomor-
                                                                                Pledge Economy                                                                  , FRYING, ROASTING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            E A I t t o l l o SWAO-A Bind if              ,,Af.
         J , Mr. Murphy cxplain- row at 8 p. m. to proceed to the                              Promising that overy means will
        rlcacies of the time serv- homo to say tho Rosary for the be utilized in continuing economy
               "Our master clocks rcpoao of her soul.                                      in administration of county af-      CHICKENS & 40cc £i                                                                                                      Camembert S " < i 27«
        ited to the beat of the              ROBEHT C. JIUEPHY                             fairs nnd pointing to the fact that
        lervatory, where the time Robert C. Murphy of 729 Sum- under the small board system coun-
        from the star?. Every mit Avo., Sieil Friday in hla home. ty bonded indebtedness has been                               FRESH FOWL 3,S?;:o,r 4 1                                                                Our H«h And «afood «r«
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Cottage Cheese 15<
     in, there is a signal from Ho wag born in Brooklyn. Ho re- reduced from $16,692,000 j n 1032
                                                                                           to J»,5C7,000 *or the present day,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ttmplingly priced to plena      Nutley Margarine Ji 18c
      •vntory transmitted ovfcr tired'six months ago from a posi-
      ivire system. The master tion with the Eastern Aircraft Co., William i. McMane, Summit, de-
   (lerBby regulated, in turn Linden. His only survivor is his livered his nnviual message to tho
                                                                                                                                   Pure Pork Sausage °«* 35=                                                            your puru. Com* in »nd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •elect your favorite today.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            LARGE, GRADE 'A'
   I the beat overy hour and wife, Mrs, Beryl Miles Murphy.                                people of Union County, yester-
                                                                                                                                   Skinless Frankfurters 37=                                                          Cod Fillet . . x-SGc
   oiled clocks are gynchroii- Funeral services were held at day as the Board of Freeholders
                                       11 a. m. Monday from Gray's Fu- organized at noon. McMane was
    lirphy was the widower of neral Home, The Eev. Arthur F. re-sworn as the board's director by
  yatkins Mutphy. He is O'Donnell, rector of St. Paul's Common Pleas Judge Walter L,
                                                                                                                                   Bologna or Meat Loaf 33^                                                           Boston Mackerel »19c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Fresh Whiting - 1 3 c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         EGGScarton 1 dozen |

                                                                                                                                   Luncheon Meat . . >b49e
  |rjy a daughter, Miss Mil- Episcopal Church, officiated. In- Heifield 3rd.                                                                                                                                          Fresh Oysters M. -.39c
    Murphy, here; three sons, terment was in Cypress Hills Cem-
    tins Murphy, of Rosellei etery, Brooklyn.
                                                                                              "Speaking of bended indebted
                                                                                           nosu," McMane, said, • "it Is. rather                                                                                      Chowder Clams - 4 3 c                 63                                            Ml
        ro Murphy of Mountain-
          George S. Murphy of1                GERAtD W. DOWNS
                                                                                          interesting to note that back in the
                                                                                          early 1820s, due to the rapid growth
  i Salem, N. C ; a grandson, Gerald Whitaker Downs, 52, hut. of the county, there developed a
                                                                                                                                   Cooked Salami . . 39=
I .. Mui-phy                     irii bind of Marjory Tr»ylbr Downs; very urgent need for all kinds of
      Murpy                    y
    Okinawa, and two grand died suddenly Friday morning In additional county facilities, indud'
Ms, Barbara Grat* Murphy hli honw, 228 Prospect St. Born ing more roads. Wo .had 81 miles
jptainside and Dorotfcr Lou- In Baltimore, Mr, Downs was the of them at that time; now there
 phy.of Roselle.                       grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs: •a.HS, ( Also came the expansion
                                       Lilthec. Whitakor of Westfield, with of the county park system, more
   _. ETHEL D. DAVIS                   whom he resided many years. He office space, a new coupty jail, etc.                                                                                                         *
   ftl services for Mrf, Ethel later moved from Westfleld, re- "In due course," the director con-
    avli of Stamford, Conn., turning- eight years ago.                                    tinued, "bonds were authorized to
   _ the late Alvah Berkely He was active in civilian de- defray cost of these improvements,
   1913 B. Broad St., will be fense activities during the lst» war. which. later also brought in' the
                                                                                                                                                                                              121 Central Ave:
    Srajss Funeral Home to» He was employed by the Eastern court house tower building. Then,                                                                                                                                   «"•-**
     aftcrrioon at.2US. The Aircraft Corp., Linden.                                                                                                                                                                            om l
      . Wesley Lord, minister Mr, Downs is survived by his trenchment, and each year we've
                                                                                          in 1934, came the period of re-                                                                                                        °
      at Methodist Church, will wife; a daughttr, Mrs. Geraldlne reduced the $16,602,000 bonded in-
       nterment will be in.Falr- Downs Sparre] and three grand- debtedness, until now this 1ms been
     etoy.                             daughters.                                         whittled to (8,667,0(10,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           QUICK COOKING FARINA CEREAL
    Davis died Monday after Funeral services held at 2:S0 "The present debt Is $278,000
   jlness. Her. husband died p.i'm. Monday from his home,were less than it was before wo began                                                                                                                                                                                                •jar Wit* ln«*rt»t
     uary,                             conducted by the Hev. John Was- many of the improvements men-                                                                                                                                                                                        iMillrtniMlliltiiitlM
      ng are a daughter, Mrs. ley Lord of tho First Methodist tioned, In other words, our debt
     aimon of Dorien, Conn., Church. Interment was in Fa|r- is $279,000 less than it was in,
          Mrs. Xuelte Hack of iov Cemetuy.                                                1926, 20 years ago, when it hit
                                                                                                                                                                                       Cup Cakes                                                                                              1 Ib., 12 oz.
        r Pa,, and two brothers,
   trby of Stormville, N. Y.,             MRS. HAROLD M. DOWNS
    V. Borby of Cleveland, 0. Funeral services wfre held on such resulta without depriving the
                                                                                               'Any. board that can bring about
                                                                                                                                        Honey Ring                                         hD                                                                                                       pkg.
    D&vl« was active in the Thursday at Gray's Funeral Home citizens of any necessary services,
          odist Chureh here and for Mrs. Elizabeth Gilbert Downs, I believe will continue to adminis-
              ier of the Woman's 30 wife of Harold M. Downs of ter th<i affairs of Union County in-
     [ the Choral Art Club.            114 New St., Crawford, who died
                                       Dec, 23 at her home following an definitely.                       . .             .
           services were held at
                                       illness of six months, fiev, Ar- "During the year we made our
                                       thur F. O'Donnell, rector of St.                   last payment on term bonds, and
                                                                                          tho sinking fund commission was
                                                                                                                                                                                        Marvel'S Bread                                                                 We're so inre you'll like this new, im-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       proved breatkfait cereal tlint we offer
    jmeral Home Dec, 26 for Paul's Church, officiated,                                    dissolved. Thi», of course, is a                                                 tpUrl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       double your money back if you are
    His Rurmejter, 79 years Bow in Brooklyn, Mrs. Dowtw debt reduction" which will bo help-                                                                                                                                                                            not completely latisfied. Try I t . . . it's
     ~ died at his home, 813           had lived most of her life here.                                                                                                                                                                                                delicioui, nouriibing, digeitiblel
                                       She wont to Cranford three years ful to the tax-psycr.
                                       ago.                                                   "We, of course, will have a more                                                                                                 D      UI
                                          Surviving beiides' her husband or less limited program of im- PrBin or Party loaf ««" 32c Tomato Juice 1 ; % »•• -10c Llbby's " " % B W                                                         »8t Tumbo Puddings < »»«7c Wax Paper «*«»« «»-~«f5c
                                       aro her mother, Mrs. Paul W. Gil- provements during the year, con- Broadcast Redl-M eat';r 3 3c V-8 Cocktail "jf 1 5 e ^ 3 1 t Llbby's                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         "WRej, " ^ 9 . Sparkle Puddings . >*f 5c Dlf Hand Cleaner ^16c
                                       bert of the New St. address; a                     sisting of essentially nccessarj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  f    r
                                       sister, Mrs. William S. Mitchell of projects, finnnccd by county funds, Armour's Treet                          «•••»" 34o Vegamato 'l?H* tv30c 6wh6r sCet ,sX^ M2P'c27« Junket Rennet Tablets <*» 11 c Dif Cleanser . »-.**10«
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mig 5s
                                       Kansas City, Kan., and R brother, thus avoiding fedoral and stata Armour's."'"KS"' "••-22c                                                  n             n
                                       Lt. Paul N. Gilbert, recently re. regulation and control.                                                                       Campbell's Z\!> 3 i«25i Grape Jam ««>«« - - 2 1 c Cdmpbell's B«B?A«OU?« 3 ' • 24c 20MuleTeamBorax2^25c
                                       tarnei on terminal leave from                          "Now that the war is over I be- Corned Beef H a s f i n . 22c
                                                                                            icvo we cnti look forward In the                                           Campbell's N( ,W E «l 0 V' 0 'i"14c Tootsle SSSftlft1 "«-*-21c Pablum •«»i 3 .f9c ««•*• 39c American Steel Wool &17c
                                       Array service.
                                                                                          years to como to a frrcntly incicns. Sliced Beef ««»•««•• ? V 13c Campbell's v "a a L E 1 0 !ir12e Crispa'« Pretzels                           l;;\Zt Pabena «•«» O"HE»I "41 19C " 3 3 " Bleach ffi, ...-.12c
                                                                                          ed population in Union County. Spaghetti x % 2 - 25c P e a S
                                       HAUKSTBUT—B. Bmll. died Jan- Certainly there is every evidenci                                                                         l<lNABr.nd      2 ! ° . " 25c
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ritz Crackers m^ ;*2ic Borden's ffiMik "-••'•'25c Mushrooms *'"$m""'."36J
                                       A-nn» H«rH«tedt. survived by thrf« if renewed building activity, which Chill Con Carnn'«,?';"• 29c Sweet Peas J S S S , ""14c Graham Crackers M.ISCO * 2 0 C Our Own Tea „.,
                                          uary 8, lH4fi. Beloved husband of

 [MONUMENTS                            daughters. BIX HOIIH, and B«ven will bring to the county new tax
                                                                                                                                 RaVioll CUU IIY-AROEE » « l ' < 1 5 c Golden Corn a»,',t, ""12c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          k                              J
                                          Serviced at Stutzinfinn Funeral ratable! helpful to us in maititain-                                            A                                                 Kellogg's Corn Flakes {5 5c MayfairTea ' % & ' W. 39= Aster-ettes r i l »L. "'-17c
     AUL »T» PLAINFIKID                Home, 2H-3H JarnaU'ii Ave., Queen's nc our present low county tax Stahl-Meyer Llverwurst ,"n't4c Whole « » Corn 0*,f*V?" 15c
   • Tel. PLIit. 0-21)12
                                       Vlllasol IJOTIK iBliiiid, on Krldny nt
                                       8:a6 p . m. Interment 8nt»nlny nt rate."                                                  Van Damp's TSV.!",. 3 r ! 2 c Niblets SM. Corn »«-14c Corn Flakes fmmtu .«.PI,.5C
                                                                                                                                                                String Beansffl%V.""16c Koilogg's Rice Krlspies %" 12c
                                     2 p. m., lCvctffroon C'nmetelT, llrooli.
                                     lyn, N. V.          •                         A I'SIENDLY HAND FOH                 Conqueror Beans 'Y^f' 'Mr 9c
                                                                                   In a/iswer tb the question: "How     Porks Beans W » - - 1 0 c               String Beans • « { ' '^'llo Whcaties ««r>.11c ««.MI.|5B
                                                                                                                                                                Sliced Beets e«MliD«».,i«i2c Wheat Flakes             &
                                                                                do you rate New Jersey from the
                                                                                standpoint of eo-opcration of lo-       Stflley's Cream , f f l X^                                                Shredded Wheat mm»*..iu
                                                                                cal authorities, 100r,'« of the busi-   Orange Julcec»n»r,i=21". 35c            Spinach *»M™.* H«..«.-13C Corn KIx . . .
                                                                                ness executives intervieweti in a
                                                                                recent survey said, "Butter" or         GrapefruitJuiaa2'!" 25c',?.127c         Chopped SptnacftL,°9B45^0"'!" 17t Cream of Wheat «
                                                                                "just as good us the best other
                              JfSJf                                             •state we know about."                  BlendedJuice'^riecraSc
                                                                                                                        Prune Juice nmm ,>.M,2Zt
                                                                                                                        Fruit Cocktail M S ! ?r 33P
                                                                                                                                                                Sauerkraut W »"i»25c Quaker Oats . M
                                                                                                                                                                Split Peas arT"yfii«» .'*• 15c H-0 Oats . . ««.>».. 12c
                                                                                                                                                                Chili Sauea T»1«T* l&1BcRolled Oats ff!S I t 1U
                                                                                                                        Fresh Prunes T,T "«"20c                       p
                                                                                                                                                                Catsup MitnFMi.ii M «.»«.17,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  AunL Jemima "S5 £ VV,:i2c
              belong to fri« dhrfngirfihscf ofoup «f funtrwi
                   ed tht Natkml Sdttltd MortfetarH,
                                                                                 r FOR.AU                               lona Cocoa . . >^» 9c                    hiff
                                                                                                                                                                Chiffon ««. K '' . -.-19s Aunt Jemima
                                                                                 [TOMORROWSt                            Faust ""H&KE" ^«f'60e                                                     SunnyfieW
       To mm all               emetfy ond ws|| o i Q|| n^sn                                                             Instant MaKwolt House ],',' 29c                                       23c Sunnyfieid ••fflff"                       White House is wonderful

    fe o port ef our rods.                                                                                              Sol Cafe i»i»ii! »ii*i«    j
                                                                                                                                                       "i"29c   Rinso     w««»n.m    *••*•• 23c Pancake Syrup                              milk for babies,.. ami pcrfeu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           for cooking, bakir)^f find bev-
      We ma molnlaWng eui^Mgh utendWdi fnreyg!is«t                                                                      Borden's Hemo ZT* *S9c Lux Flakes ».«*«•»•».<,,.*.. 23c Nectar Tea S 3 4 c ?,.65c                                  eraKtt! No other cvajKirsw!
    fesn dying dlayi l» ardsr rtiot you nay b» oiturtd                                                                                                                                                                                     milk contain* more vitamin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           l ) j tlian White House!
    el tHt bot»,

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