Page Four THE WESTFIELD LEADER, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1939
BORO GARDEN CLUB End H«lf-Century of Service LEGAL NOTICES
WESTFIELOER SUBJECT Elected Director
OF FORTUNE ARTICLE ENTERTAINS PRESIDENTS Mrs. M. H. Wood of this town was Public. Notice is hereby given that
ordinances entitled as lonowu -were
elected a member of the board of passed and adopted by the Council of
Kobert L. Smitley and his Dixie The president and another mem- directors of the Union County Home the lsovuugh of Mountainside, at
Bookshop are the subjects of an ex- ber of each of several neighboring meeting thereof held April 12, 1SSS,
Economics Extension Service at the KOBJSKT ULltiG.
tensive writeup in this month's For- garden clubs werjs invited to atten'l annual meeting field Tuesday in Sum Borouich Clerfc,
tune. Mr. Smitley, who has been a a meeting of the Mountainside Gar- CI:VI:KAI. U K D I K A K C B N O IM
mit. An Ordinance to amend .An-Ordinance
resident of Westfleld for more than den Club Tuesday at the home of entitled "An Ordinance to regulaiebujld
tiurty yeara, wss a former owner, Mrs. Wyant B. Cole of Wood avenue Ing, removal, construction, repairing,
More Local News in the Leader nltenuion or remodeling of any buna-
with the late Walter J. Lee, of the J, W. Dodeher of Saddle • Elver Ing or structure erected or to be erected
Leader, in the early days, is known to gave a lecture on "Aquatic Plants," Subscribe Ui the Leader—$2 a Year in the Borough of Mountainside', to re-
g-uhtte the installation of oil burner*;
financial men the country over. .illustrated by colored slides. Mem- to provide for the appointment of a
Sayu Fortune, in part: "The Dixie bers brought arrangements of ma- building inspector; to prescribe ,hle
Book Shop, Inc . . . . doesn't look like terial from their own gardens, award- Additional Cfausifed Ad« powera and dutiea; to fix the penalty
for violation of this Building Code/'
much. It occupies two dingy rooms going to Mrs. Donald Maxwell, first (1KM..HAI. OUIIIIUCE HO. *5
SERVICES An Ordinance to amend An Ordinance
four flights up a nondescript office Mrs. Robert Davidson, second; Mrs entiJed "An Ordinance to nx license
building at 126 Liberty street. But it Raymond Powell, third j and Mrs. H SHMANKKT W A V I N G A sacciaitr feefl, to regulate the sale and illstrlbu-
3 Items «1.00 on Monday, Tuesda
is deservedly famous as a source of L. Duncan, honorable mention. Mrs and Wednesday. EOc euch Hem on tluti vt alcoholic beverages and to
provide penalties for violations there-
literature on business and economics, Stephen VanHoesen judged. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. of."
including rare and out of print vol- Kaay parking opposite BIIOP. Marie s SPKOIAI. ORDINANCI3 NO. 13
Assistant hostesses were Mint- Jirauty Slioppo, 305 South Jive., nt An Ordinance to accept certain lands
umes . . . . it is a sort of country store Ethan Allen, Malcolm Chattin an the, Boulnvara. Westlield 2-383^ ^ heretofore conreyed to the Borough of.
of the financial district. Bankers, John Greene. MountalnBlde liy I.eo Bennlnger by Thi r0venCu"eb 1>aw«."'"1"" *
economists, brokers, publishers, print- the fllliiK of a map In the Retciater's titin IleservttH ^Nol p
Office: and to establish Orchard Road amount of |4tg JQ JH p
ers and ordinury business men, who nmivrod 16.00, Including wauhublo and Aliple Tree l^anu us public high-
come there to chatter about world BORO FIREMEN STAGE liluier and litbur. 13»tlniute« for In-
terior mid exterior liouae painting, ways. The revenue interest
problems, provide living replicas of floor Nc-ruplnff. Telephone Plttfnlleld <-S0-H
the characters and lines in Edna St. BENEFIT MINSTREL 6-8731-H. M. II. HORRID \\. ('. THOMAS
NOTICE! OF l>l»HOi.t TIO> OP
• completed 25 years with N. J. Hell Telephone Co.—Htcry on Pane 8
Vincent Millay's "Conversation at PARTNKH8H1P
Midnight." A capacity audience SHW the Gar-
wood Fire Department's benefit min-
"A chipper man, with greying hair, sti'el show two nltfrit last week in
Mr. Smitley gits a t a battered desk, the Lincoln School auditorium. Fea- Kxecuttlx, sixth day of Maynext »t a:.>0 A .
letting the cigarette ashes fall where tured were the Regional JiiEfh School IHWAItl) n . I I D I I A H . Interior and AUOIISTIJK C. NASH, J'rorlor, ai. the firm name and Htyle of "Roli^rt
dtiy1ie-ht navlliK ti Treat llffltewMHii" HUH dlpsolvpd on
they will . . . . Three years after gtet- Band and u choru« of forty voices. exterior painting Can furnish best 1(12 Rim St.,
of reference. Upper Prospect St., &TKUST COMPANY, th« 13th Hay of April, A. D., 1889, by
1'KOl'I.lOS HANK & TKUST C
ting hli A.B. from Yale he bought a Herman C. Pinkel was interlocutor Weal field, N. .1., phone 2-2068-J. Woutllolii, N. ].-r-Vem 7.80 4-20-r,t s
Mew Joi-Hey mutual coiiMent; Hurry Sturcka, 8-11
seat on the Stock Exchange, which lie and the end men were Ralph Potto- 413t formerly I }t«nk & Trunt Co. Kim Street, Westfleld. New Jersey, la
NO'I'ICK O K KTlHMBfr authorized to settle all accounts due
(told in 1910. He became busi- zella, Frank Corvekyn, Leo KaRoneso, IAW8, TuaM, I,awHM«w«r«, Mliap NOTICIS IS. J1K1USUV UIVBN, that to and by tho firm, Itobcrt Treat Deli-
ness manager of the Magazine of Wall Buddy Leonard, Stephen llanyasz and NIcolBOn, 1ZU South Av«. West. LrTnMoe«nSp
Sr V N W S , .Tit.. Proctor, catessen.
Dated: WcfitHeld, N. J.. April 13th, 1!>3S.
-6M t f w t l " «nd 'Heveiftl" of the la^TWll „«3« ,". «
Heveiftl the «™aU St.. Weatneld, N. 3. '
street in 1917 bought the Dlxii Jules Lusardi. Other principals in- and ToBtiii"(.nt of WILLIAM T. WEST Fees *s.20
" t f WILLIAM 20 i20a
Book Shop on Armistice Day 1918. cluded MI8H Pearl Dixnn, Mrs. Archie 'AINTINU ANII IIKOORATINC F.li.K. FftKO JOOST
terms If donired. James C. 1'otter,
"Customers are of four kinds, those Darroeh, Mrs. Fred Dushnnek, Mrs. 5BU Bouth Ave., Ourwood, Telephone
who want to buy a book, those who Jerry Fontenelli, Miss Lurniine Kcl- Westllold 8-07118. 4-20-U
want to chat with Mr. Smitley, those lef, Arthuro Osolin, Samuel Colwell, HIIMITI.H nnd Klvlnir Anl« are now
who want to sell something, and those Samuel Spemnzii, (ieorirc I'ylc, Miss active again in this vicinity. Home
who want to know bow to make rail- Jean Ragoncse, James Leonard and a owners can obtainthrough Inspection free
lions in the stock m a r k e t . . . . The lat- quartet.
Control isurefiu, Koaelle 4-1492.
Termite lUc MERSHEY or
ter group he waves to a chart on the The chorus included: Mrs. Otto 4-6-H NESTLE CHOCOLATE
wall, which, based on his 18 Mi year; Buss, Mrs. Walter liochmler, Mrs. \ « > ndWKIIN KharreaM and re- BARS n 111 I
business cycle theory, gooB up to 2008. Samuel Colwell, Miss Bernlee Colwell, paired. Lawn roller for rent. De- Speci.l J for l i f C
He stotined then because the chart Mrs. Frank Corvcleyn, Mrs. H. W. Ul- eral jobbltiK. ljookamlth and gen-
wai fillad up.
rich, Mrs. Herman Finfcel, Mrs. F. M. 237 miner Kt. To!. WE. 2-3670.
(0 M ORIOLE CANDID
"His business is essentially n second Corveleyn, Mm. Louis Fontenelli, Mrs. . T H i LMdavapInK, with Ca*e,
hand business, though ho handles nil Salvatoro Scahadonnu, Miss Helen pardon work, cuncreto nml
new financial books. Many customers Froat, Mayor Louis J. Fontenclli, Fire I i n ' ECnll "Wentlleld 2-IH61-K.ter-
. Fr«t> tnHpt^Uon for Special . . . .
are referred by other book sellers, be- Chief Thomas Brittnin, Assistant
cause they can ask Mr, Smitley what Chief l.e Scnlaulonnn, Foreman Fred •IANO TlININtl. . Al.on J. l>uKu». 101S
PrwefMi •aviiigi to mmyi. , Ckwtlctt Flarortd loir
is the best book on the Swedish tariff, Dushnnek, Assistant Foreman L. Mouth Ave., W., Wostnold, N. J. Tele-
and he can tell them." Thomas Daub, Charles Bradshaw, Ed-
lilicmu VoBttlolil 2-aae4-\V; formerly
with JSiitey anil Aoullnn. t-20-ii
ttngf* Iconomy Spttlmll
"Most of his working day is spent ward Bcrniinifhnm, Earnest Behnert, 5 0 0 FACIAL TISSUES . . .
chinning with customers. Customers: F. M. Corveleyn, Joseph Esposlto, Otto CAHI'HSiTKH, KKtkrn with chromium
ltuim counter lops
< KlvinMn, lino-
'Any new books?' Smitley: 'No unless Buss, Phillip Rngoncsc, Jerry Fonten- moiildlntrH. Htorm HaBh. Roofing. 1.00 KREML HAIR TONIC .
you're interested in the theory of clli, Benjamin Froat, llobert Fonten, AHljQHtos Biding. AUeratioi\B. Klnanc-
probability.' Customer! 'I don't think !lli, Michael Galiseaki, John F . Ha-
lnir nmtiiKi'^. 3 yanra experience.
W. 13. UUBliliy, 6S0 Fourth Avo., Weil-
Qt. FOUNTAIN SYRINGE
the theory of probability qpunts any evkorn, Archibalil Harry, Leon Jab- H i 2-oaaa-w. 4-20-11 1.50 CITRO CARBONATE . 2 Pound
more.' And then they arc on*. czynoski, Joseph Merlo, Salvatoro FOUNTAIN VKS IIONI'ITAI.. Fountain
"At his home Mr. Smitley has «0O0 Merlo, John Mnzait, John Manincalco, pens r(;palrfrd llkon full Hint ofpopular
prices. AVo enrry Wnt-
>2 lbs. AIRLINE HONEY
books, a library which he calls 'small Arthur Rose, Salvatore Scalzadonna ermari'H nn<l Purltor iMiiiH. itobln- il.OO 1RONIZED YEAST . lit *•)
but selected.' His pride is his collec- and Robert Tieswovth. HOti's, 24ft l'3unt Ilraiut St., opposlvts
ib. HOSPITAL COTTON
tion of' books on Torture and the' By- The proceeds of both performances Hlalto,
zantine Empire." will be, devoted to purchase of fire 1'ATKV AI.OIA A MOHS—DoulerBjunk
Junk. JUtrheHt prk-en paid for
35c FREEZONE 19t 14'
department uniform^ tit nil klnrtx. WiiKlnolil 2-1206-.T. 356
SPEEDER PAYS $ 8 FINE Kust South Avi)., Wi'«t(liiUt. 4-SO-tf 12 SEIDLIIZ POWDERS 9c
IMr.lxaiM'IIIMi nml .NIrni>Krnpa),
IN BOROUGH COURT Congregational Notes manUHcrlptH uopieil, cnrrceti'tl anil
punctuated. Typing In all formn. I4M.M
Cruttannim HnslnoHM Horvlco, Hli Kant
Young People's Sunday will be llroad Kt. 4-20-st
Of the seven motorists found guilty observed Sunday morning the
of speeding by Mountainside Recorder First Congregational Churchatwhen .KT MK yon urn plunnluR thai bllilett
IIC1.I" YOU v i t h
Albert Bcnninger last week in Traf- the service will be conducted by the Milppm* tlu>rt» IH to ho u to Klve—*-or
perhaps wtnhliUK In
fic Court, Jerry Mahoney, 205 Enst Young People's Fellowship—the high tlui family. I r a n unpply you with
Dudley avenue, Wostfiold, paid the
highestfine,$8, school trroup of the church. Ted
complete cutfiriiiK sorvlco for a iitrse
party or a wmnll ono—an «laborat«
iiffaii' or imy informal OIIB—HIHO Sipportti /UMBBELLAS WOOL
Others facing speeding charges Beck and Miss Dee Walker will pre- <1nlnty i^ikoH—In fnot,horg d' outivrtitt,
HimilwIchuH, fur* relay 4trf TABS.
were fined as follows: %i, Benjamin iide nnd Miss Mary Ellsberg and Ted need. Mm. O. H. Gumming, 136 ChOHt-
wHb Sno-Oa Po*ck t>k»wMl
Montague, Darlington; W, Russell Sosrmin will give brief addresses. n u t St., phone 2-239T.
Cooper Jr., East Orange, Morris Special music is being planned and
this, as well as ushering and other
Plata colon oU 23c
M. Wilmer, Plainflold, and W. T. INSTRUCTION
Lyons, Allentown, Pa.; $2, Carroll M. details, will be provided by tho young
Yard, Cranford, and Gerson Bounder, people. This is the fifth annual ob- nAMJIliOM to 13volyn Hubbell of New
309 South avenue, Wcstfiold. servance of Young People's Sunday York City, instructor at Colony Club,
Piping Hock and Rumson Country
Charged with careless driving, nnd a lnrge congregation is expected F.ci.l S»p
ClubB, nnw tcnchlns in Weatfleld—
Pcrshing Williams, Yonkers, N. Y.,or this inspiring service. Individual or irroup laBtructlon In
was fined $5 and Benedetto Ciaffo,
West New York, paid a $1 fine.
Tho young people will be guests
if the Chatham young people there
Seventeen motovista charged with it 7:15 o'clock Sunday evening.
your home. Call. WestOeld 2-8133.
PBIVATM TUTORING — Rlrh Bohoo]
V. N.Sanitary Napkini
and coUese_8UbJect9. _ Carplua T
passing stop street signs weru fined Tho Woman's Association of tha Clark, B.. (Vala). IX. D.. 186 Moun
tain Ave., Weatn.ld, Talaphone 1
as follows: $3, A. MacTarnoiT, North Mitldlo Atlantic Conference of Con- 831S-J. A V.nWa 2V4fncA OlM«*
Plainfield; Herman J. Dietel, Sum- gregational and Christian Churchea
mit; Peter Lusardi, Samerville, and will bo held at tho First Congrega- VIO1,I1V rrlvnle Inalrnctlon at your
home. Teacher for B years of i.eo
Albert E. Sikora, Cumpguw; $2, Ray- tional Church in Newark, Friday, Panasewltz, Crnttford'a senlufl, who
Box of 12
Soil a ptiuk. AMOrtcd TISSUE
mond L. Archibold, Scotch Plains, April 28, and a delegation from here recently and many othor fltuity in
Toney Musio, Millhurn; Porter L. il attend. This is tho annual moct- pupils. Heducca rates, f 1.50 per ion-
Veisfect, Caldwell; Walter OUUMI, New for election of officers and an son. Joseph Kulmnyeri telephone faekag* of
Market, und John Connelly, Summit. interesting program. MrB. Don Ivan Westneia Avo 2-4287-J. or studio, 408
Also, $1, Joseph Cooper, Summit; Patch is president of tho Mil (Ho At- AltT L.e98ON!l — Day and evening
Harry O'Connor, Sewarrun; Clar- lantic association and Mrs. F. W. classes for adults and children.
ence Rahrenberg, Keyport; William Anderson is a member of the board. Small groups—Individual Instruction. BEN-
R. Reeves, Newark, James S. Kiime, Those wishing to attend arc naked to AV6. Tel. Stockton, 111 North S-18-7t Euclid
Wycoff; Joseph R. Sekso, Patcrson, notify Mrs. Patch or Mrs. C. M. Hob-
WE. 2-4089-J. GAY
and John R. Voorhees, 120 Hardwick tie rt, president of tho local Woman'n PIANO. MANUOI.IN ANU UKll.KI.K.
avenue, Westfield. Association.
Tonchor of populnr and classical
nniRlc. Populnr muslo taught radio
stylo. M. Llmlcn, 'phono Weattteld
Horion'$ MMattn Choc Cevartd 43c
Tlic Bible Study Rroun mot Tues-
day evening with Miss Mabel Sturgis
of tho Boulevard.
2-3002, nftor 0 o'clock phono 2-1272-J.
TUTOR/NO In Spanlsk. Orrmso. blol
offy, chemistry and Rennral 9cl
,nd sclsnoe SALTS
Misss Irene Crawford of Westflold, I. T h o Woman's Association is hold-
is this week's winner of tho Lucky | ' n B a sewing meeting and luncheon
Also sp0Cl»l classes in Spanish and
_ ._ _ _. _ _.
German may be arranged.
:.. . - -.. '-
Miss Contest. This contest is spon- ^W n t ^ c homo of Mrs. Harry D.
sored by the Empress Co., and the Egbert of Kimball avenue.
Enttvlok. B.I I. M. A., 'Phone •Westfield
liold 2-0028. t-2-tf BLADES FOOD
prir.e awarded, on Empress Oil Per-
manent Wave given at the Prebo
Hairdressers. Any school miss be-
Grace Church Notes MISCELLANEOUS 10
tween the ages of ten to eighteen
UKLICIOVS tlDme-Cookea Dlnnrr — AI
"Ser.ious Sins Not Taken Serious- The Prospect. 133 Prospect St. W for ' Koibiry
years may join this contest.—Adv. ly" is the general theme for nmo also serve breakfast. 'Phone West C /spiw
Sunday evening sermons to bo given
nt tile Grace Presbyterian Church
(lolil 2-Or.GO. S-S-tf
>».- LISTEBIWE 5 9 BUBBEBCUJVB]
Westfield Poultry Farm
(orthodox Presbyterian) by the min
later, Rev. Donnld C. Grnhnm. Tha MOVING—TRUCKING
first sermon will be this Sunday at LOCAL, nnd Lang IHstnnce plovlns
of Spring in
BROILERS — FRYERS
oxperts, crating nnd packing, stor-
p. m. on tho subject, "Summer ugu; osiabllRhed 21 years. AffentB for
Without God," and will consider tho Allied Van Lines. H. P. Townaend.
common practice of niany church WCBtllolil 2-1021. 4-G-U
Veiichtome PINAUDS Toiletries 88c
—Short Time Only.
people to forjrut God, God's word, MOXIXi ov llIHMTLlir, by oxper
nnd God's house during the summer lonccd men, paddod van. Hoasunablo FILM Eau d* Quinine CLOCKS
months. Rev. Grahnin will make lUuino Wostlleld 2-3633. O'l>onnell's Kxpross, telo- V-1U 32c
FREE DELIVERY t'niely nnulysis of this typo of rolijr-
Pomada Horn- 79c
720 Willow Grove Rd.
ion in tho lijrht of the demands of
nml Long Hint mice Slovlnjc
StorftKe. Crating, rl^KlnR and heavy
trucKlne. Hleaer Uros., Inc., Somer-
Special music at this evening sorv- vllle, New Ilrunawlck, Plalnfleld.
ico will ho provided by the Sunclny 3-S-tf V-130 41e POND'S
School orchestra and the Grace mule IOI IV<; nn.l Trilt'klliR 'l'rl,,« <,. Shnrr.
quartet. The cowrrcfrnMannl sinuiriK \V. M. Courtney, 'plifinu WE. a-0Of,a-J. CREAMS
of Rospel hymns is nlwnys a popular .OAI> Oil 1'AIIT LOAD WANTIQI) to
COAL feature of this service, ov from Alnnny, N. Y.. Wnahlnirton,
P. C , or St'ranton, I*onn:i.. wpelt ol Metal Adjustable 29c
Nut Coal $8.75
AH Sunday services are hpid in Mliy Int. HnrKiMit M I'Jxprosa, West-
At the 11 o'clock Merviee Kev. Gra-
RoU of 100 SHOE Pint
Pea Coal Stoveand
Special prices on
7.75 ham will preach on this subject an-
nounced for last Sunday, "The Sin
of Worry." NOT1CM TO CUK111TOUS
MBTATK Ol' JOHN W. (ITT. Diu'rcaneil. Paper Towels TREES
The Bible School will bo held at A.i'ur;*nnnv t o tho m-clnr of tli« of tMIAHI.IOK For all 'round M
Egg Coal. Quality guaran-
0:45 a. m. and the Young People's of OTTO, .111.. HiirroKittii livi-lflh Cnnnly
Union, lilllfls on Hie
Ajirlt A. it., l'XW. upon tho uppllnitlon
Society will incot nt 1 p. m, with iif tlm iiiiiliirslHiicd, nc UjK-iulrix of tho
liny of in tha kllckra Ihtr caa'l
Light m i g h t non-rual
tnatoL For mvn'a 4
Leslie WRUS ns tho speaker.
Paula Coal Co. "•Into of an Id <W<'SIHI.|1, nutlrn In lieroby
Prayer meeting is hold every Wed- Klvtm to tu« rr«lltivt» »r Hiilrt dei'easnil
tn ,.»l,|l,lt to I lie niibxrrlliflr UIKIIT iwtu
nosday nt 8 p. m. nt 427 Everaon or nrflrrnatloll their elalma and cUimanda
'Phone Bigelow 3-7562 plnco. nKauist tho CBtate or «nl(l dorpiiapd I00Tew«f«
within nix runnlhs friiin tho date of said NoU