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 [Vol. 5 3, No. 52,                                                                                                                                                                                         D e cem b e r 26, 1 9 41

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  FOUNDED                     1888 ....Published every FRIDAY at MILLBURN,N J. FIVE CENTS 5S&
                                                THE WYOMING CHURCH
High School                                   Young People's Society is hold-
                                              ing a Christmas holiday dance
                                                                                  Twp. Backs                                                                                                                   Last Meeting
                                              on December 30th. There will
Honor Roll                                    be big doings with Vic Ross' 14-    War Fund                                                                                                                     Of Town Board
                                              piece band supplying the mu-
  Millburn High School has is-                sic. Committee includes Robert          Japan attacked Pearl Harbor,                                                                                              Township Committee Chair-
sued its second honor roll and                Sampson chairman of tickets,         December 7, America declared                                                                                               man John A. Stewart 3rd and
in some community homes                       Robert Arnold, of publicity and      war on Japan December 8, and                                                                                               Committeeman Ira C. Moore Jr.,
their is happiness for the Yule               Eunice Pratt of refreshments.        December 14. The Red Cross                                                                                                 attended their last meeting in
season at least.                              The dance is informal and all        special gifts committee got un-                                                                                            an official capacity Monday
  Those who remained calm                     alumni are invited.                  der way and in seven short                                                                                                 night, neither having run for
during air raid alarms and de-                                                     days achieved the most grati-                                                                                              office in the November election.
spite holiday prepartion were:                                                     fying results.                                                                                                             Both expressed their thanks for
                                                                                                                                                                                                              cooperation during their terms
  The Xmas.. season is in full
swing! And in with this season
                                              Red Cross Bd.                           At a mass meeting of work-
                                                                                   ers Sunday night at the Short                                                                                              of office as the old committee
of good cheer came our report                                                      Hills Country Day School it was                                                                                            died.    ..         .-'
cards. In spite of the numerous
activities such as the Senior
                                              Nominations                          reported ten thousand dollars
                                                                                   naif of the $20,000 quota was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Routine passage of numerous
                                                                                                                                                                                                              resolutions to straighten out
Play, the Kris Kringle Day pre-                  The annual meeting of Mill-       collected in MillHirn Township-                                                                                            financial affairs in preparation
parations and other diversions,               burn Township Red Cross unit        •by December 21 and is now in                                                                                               for the close of the year and;
our Honor Roll percentage was                 is scheduled for the third week      the hands of the treasurer, Mr.                                                                                            the 1942 budget occupied the
Jairly high:                                  in January at a time and place       Richard Nelson.                                                                                                            majority of the business con-
                                                                                      Of this quota 85 percent goes          ENSIGN Crawford D. Winner,                                                       ducted at this last meeting of
  The intelligent^ contributors               to be announced.                                                             who graduated from Annapolis
were:                                            At this meeting reports of        to National. Rod Cross Head-                                                                                               1941.
                                                                                   quarters in Washington to be            December 19 and is now as-
  Seniors — Harold McCollum,                  the unit's accomplishments will                                              signed to duty on a destroyer                                                        Under communications a let-
Ray Boedecker, Donald Hage-                   be presented and executive           drawn upon for use in the
                                                                                                                           in the Pacific fleet.                                                              ter from Leon Henderson was :
mann, Anthony Cappolo and                     board members for the coming         present emergency anywhere                                                                                                 read urging resi**(tf;s to save
Barbara Hare,;         ..                     year will be elected. All Red        in the- United States . jind... its •   . .   -   • •   •   .   -   .   .   .   .   . • , .         :    .   .   .   •
                                                                                                                                                                                                              all forms of waste paper to help,- '
  Juniors — Ben Peterson, Ann                 Cross members are eligible to        possessions. The other 15 per-                                                                                             in our defense effort. Mr. Stew-
Horvat, Lorraine La Tourette,
Shirley Silbersher, Robert Reese,
                                              vote.                                cent remains in Millburn Town-
                                                                                   ship for special services to fam-
                                                                                                                           Widmayer Pay                                                                       art announced that Fandango
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mill would buy all waste paper
                                                 Following is a slate of board     ilies of men in the armed forces
Ruth Becker, Virginia Butler,                                                                                                                                                                                 provided it was wrapped. Let-
Evelyn Hux, Phoebe Nyquist,
                                              members presented by the nom-
                                              inating committee:
                                                                                   and other such needs.
                                                                                      Mrs. Gavin Watson supplied
                                                                                                                           Begins Jan. 1                                                                      ters from Bunncll Brothers and, .
Neil Rose, Gisela Weidner, Gor-                                                                                                                                                                               Arthur J. Wiley were acknow- .
don Blasius, Doris Berg, Adele                   Mrs. R. C. Bartron, 30 Rawley     new buttons and receipts fight-             In a letter to the Township                                                    ledged and placed on file. . •
Hado, Irene Lausser, Beverly                  place; Mrs. F. W. Nixon, 71          ing every minute to get them             Committee Monday evening,
                                              Taylor road; Mrs. K. C. Spar-                                                 Theodore L. Widmayer who was                                                        The Bunnell Brothers letter
Wuethrich, Ralph Leonard, Ted                                                      from Newark's limited, supplies.                                                                                           protested the report recently;
Meier, Ross Meeker, James                     non, 43 Pine street; Mrs. Shep-      Mrs. John L. Kemrnerer, • Jr.,           appointed assistant Township
                                              ard Barnes, Montview avenue;                                                  Clerk, December 15, stated he                                                     mailed to taxpayers by the
Phillips, William Simpson, John                                                    publicity chairman ,.han-d.led
Taplin, and Janet D. Richard-                 Mrs. Harry E. Hooley, Morris         posters, newspaper releases, and         would be unable to clear up his                                                     (Continued on Page Twelve)
son,                                          turnpike; Mr. William Franke,        with the help of Mrs. K. C.              personal affairs before January                                                                  *   ; • • •   ' . .   •

  Sophomores — Enid Junge,                     930 Ridgewood road; Mr. A.          Sparnon, chairman of Junior              1 and consequently would be
Barbara Betsch, Esther Her-
shey, Janet Mallet, Audrey
                                              Ross Meeker, 74 Whitney road;
                                              Mrs. L. Friedman, 43 Cypress
                                                                                   Red Cross, arranged for ad-
                                                                                   dresses in the schools.
                                                                                                                            unable to spend full time in
                                                                                                                            the clerk's office.. As a result
                                                                                                                                                                                                               First Aid And
Browe, Florence Kreitler, Joyce                street; Mrs. Emil W. A. Schu-             (Continued on Page 4) '            he waived remuneration for the
Marrisdn, Marjorie Monaco, and                 mann, Coniston road; Mr. Ern-
                                               est Britta, 291 Millburn avenue;
                                                                                                                            period between December 15
                                                                                                                            and January 1. .".>
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Nutrition Courses
Marian Merrick.
  Freshmen — Arthur Carlson,                  Mrs, J. DiGiovanni, 16 Spring                                                    Mr. Widmayer's salary as. as-       First Aid practically a neces-
Mary. O.. -Willson, • Helen Abeling,          street; Mr. Harry Silverstein, 58   No Changes in                             sistant had been set at $250 sity now, is still available ;to
                                              Whittingham terrace.                                                          per month until he assumes ' Township residents. For those
  (Continued on Page Sixteen)                                                     Twp, Appointments
                                                 Mrs. Paul Shackelton, 430                                                  office as Township Cleric on 145 who have taken it there is-
                                              Wyoming avenue; Mrs. Charles                                                  February 1, when Mrs. Mabel an advanced group starting tso^
                                               Green, Sagamore road; Mrs.            New Years Day, January 1,.             Goff Deemer's resignation takes        Mr. Hickman is beginning a
Ensign Winner                                  George, Lewis, 29 Hobart ave-      the new Millburn Township
                                                                                  Committee will organize at an
                                                                                                                            effect. •;                          standard first aid class at the
                                              nue; Mrs. Vivian Sauvage, 109
                                                                                  open meeting at Town Hall at                 In reference to a letter signed • High School on Monday, Jan-
Goes To Pacific                               Wellington avenue; Mr. Vance
                                                                                  11 A. M. Clarence A.: Hill will           "Fair Play" in last week's Item, uary 26 from 8 to 10. This is a
                                              Lauderdale, Forest drive; Mrs.
                                                                                  at that time become Committee             Committeeman Hill explained 10 weeks course. He is also
    Ensign Crawford D. Winner,
                                               Bd. Levins, 895 Ridgewood road;
                                                                                  chairman and Henry L. Junge,              that Mr. Widmayer was being starting an advanced first aid
 son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
                                               Mrs. R. L. Fay, 85 Maple ave-
                                                                                  vice-chairman. J. Albert deCamp           paid pro rata on the basis of class at the High School on.
 Winner of Pine street,, received
                                               nue; Mrs. Geo. Van Winkle, 13
                                                                                  and John D, Clark will take               $3,000 per year. This figure he Wednesday. January-21 from 8
 his commission at the United
                                               Park View drive; Mrs. Wm.
                                                                                  their seats as new members                contended, was approximately to 10 which is -a five weeks
 States Naval Academy, Annapo-
                                               Barsby, 914 Ridgewood road.
                                                                                  succeeding Ira C. Moore Jr.,. and         the same* as Mrs. Deemer re- course. Dr. George Scheller., is \
                                                  The nominating committee                                                  ceives.                              conducting an afternoon class ;
 lis, Md., at graduation on Fri-                                                  John A. Stewart 3rd.                                                           at .the Racquets Club, Short'
  day, December 19th, at the                   comprised: Henry A. Feustel,                                                    Mrs. Oeemer's salary as Hills, on Monday, January 5
                                               Moncure C. Carpender, Frances         A number of posts in the
  same time being awarded the                                                     Township government are to                Township Clerk is $2,750. per from 4 to 6.
  degree of Bachelor of Science,               A. Strieby, Mildred F. Freiman,                                              year. She does however per^
                                               MrsT Stewart H. Hartshorn.         be filled and in these it is re-                                                 Mrs, Urban's two nutrition
    At Annapolis he was a mem-                                                     ported there will be no changes.         form other duties for which classes are filled but names may
  ber of the Mathematics and                                •   •                  Offices and incumbents are:              she is compensated.                  be put on the waiting list in
  Radio Clubs. He was- awarded                  "CONSUMER       WEEK AT            Recorder, G. NoyeS Slayton;                             , *                   case' of an opening.
 fur*N" as Captain of the gym                 SKIDMORE," a joint project of        Treasurer, George O. Lord; Au-                                                  One is at the Recreation
; toam for 1941. A graduate of                                                                                                 Miss Linda Day, daughter of
                                              the United States Office of          ditor, Russell. W. Hetchkiss;            Lt. and Mrs. Bernard P. Day, ; House starting Monday, Jan-
  Millburn. High School in 1937. •            Price Administration and Skid-      Township Attorney, R. J Wor-
  He attended the Leonard Pre-                                                                                               and Miss Joan Tuttle, daughter uary 5 from 1 to 3, the other at
                                              more College, was the first pro-     tendyke, Jr.; Sinking Fund               of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tuttle of the Wyoming- School on Wed-
  paratory School in New York.                gram of its kind oh any campus       Commissioner, A. H. Marck-               Lake -road, gave an hors- nesday, January 7 from 1 to 3.
    Ensign Winner has been as-                in the country. An interesting       wald; Recreation Commission-              d'oeuvre party on Monday eve- These are 10 week courses.
  signed for active duty on Jan-              feature of the Consumer Week         er, A. Ross Meeker; Shade Tree            ning at the Day home on Old           Register for all courses at
  uary 3d as an officer on a de-              program was the Style Show.          Commissioner,     Frederick P.            Short Hills road, preceding the Red Cross headquarters, 350
  stroyer operating in the Pa-.               Among the models was Nancy           Craig and Public Library                  Short Hills Glub dinner before Millburn avenue, : Telephone
 clfic.   ;   •   ,   ,   '    ,   :      •
                                       • •"   J. Morison of Millburn.              Trustee, Mrs. A. H, Hawser.               the first Elizabeth Assembly.       Millburn 6-1188.
                                                                    The Millburn & Short Hills ITEM                                                                        [December 0,6, 1941]

Legion Seeks                                                                                                                                  M     £
                                                                                                                                              I W W TiW Crossroads is
Defense Men                                                                                                                                  fMjTif     Sanitary Nozv
   Commander Homer Wright                                                                                                                                             Completion of construction of
has appointed the following di-                                                                                                                 m             •
                                                                                                                                                                    sewers and a disposal plant for
rectors of Guy R. Bosworth                                                                                                                                          the Crossroads section is an-
Post No. 140, The American Le-                                                                                                                                      nounced by the Township Com-
gion for the coming year:                                                                                                                                           mittee. The matter of assess-
   Assistant Adjutant ( F r a n k                                                                                                                                   ments for tne project, total cost
Winner; Judge Advocate, Fred                                                                                                                                        of which was $12,238.11, has
Herrigel Jr.,; M e m b e r s h i p ,                                                                                                                                been referred to the Board of
Robert Caiiton and Nick Gen-
                                                                                                                                                                    Local Improvement Commis-
tile; Child Welfare, Mrs. Strag-
nell and Joseph S w a n k i e ;                                                                                                                                     sioners for action.
Americanism, Wm. Fanning;                                                                                                                                              As the result of obtaining
Legion Friend, Robert Carlton;                                                                                                                                      highest rating on a recent Civil
Grave Registration, Mortimer                                                                                                                                        Service examination, Ralph A.
Barnard; Disaster Relief, Frank                                                                                                                                     Trowbridge, present assistant
Winner; Publicity, T h o m a s                                                                                                                                      to the Building Inspector, has
Matthews; Executive Commit-                                                                                                                                         been appointed permanently to
tee of the post, A. Cammarata,                                                                                                                                      the post.
E. Wehmeyer and J. Smith.                                                                                                                                              The resignation of John D.
   Due to the adjutant being oc-                                                                                                                                    Clark as a member of the'
cupied with defense work the                                                                                                                                        Board of Adjustment has been
Post found it necessary to ap-                                                                                                                                      accepted due to his taking of-
point Mr. Winner assistant ad-                                                                                                                                      fice as a Township Committee-
jutant. It was also brought out                                                                                                                                     man January 1. No successor
that practically every member                                                                                                                                       has been appointed.
of the Post has been devoting
considerable time on various
committees of the local defense
council. The Legion found it-
self short handed and conse-
                                                                                                       •   •':   •   •   r   .   -                                     INSURANCE
quently is looking for ex-service                     SCENE FROM: HIGH -St. HOOL Kris Kring'lc play "Good Will Toward Men." Left, to right:
                                               Barbara Skinner. Ted Simians, Joan Skclton and Irene Lausser.
men whether members of the                                                                                                                                               Are you getting the most
                                                            *                                                                  •                                       out of the dollars you
post or not, to fill in where
needed and best fitted.                      daughter oi Mr. and Mrs, Ern-                                        LOCAL GIRL SCOUT troops                              spend for insurance pre-
                                                                                                                                                                       miums? Are you paying for
                                            est L Baiilch of Pine street, will
                                            be at home fur the Chris tin an
                                                                              Amas Party                       have been asked to help the
                                                                                                               Junior Red Cross in their knit-
                                                                                                                                                                       insurance you do not
                                            holidays. She Is a Sophomore at       The    Intermediate Depart- tiny and sewing campaign. A                                We will gladly analyze
Books On Present                            Barnard College, Columbia Uni-
                                                                               men I; of l.he Wyoming Church
                                                                                                               group will meet every Friday                            your present      insurance
                                            versity, New York.                                                 afternoon at 350 Millburn ave-                          policies without cost or
                                                                               .School will hold its Christmas nue. An instructor will bo at the                       obligation.
Day Affairs
   New Books on present day
                                              MISS BARBARA EULKLEY,
                                            a resident student In the Col-
                                                                               parly in Fellowship Hall on headquarters to any girls
                                                                               Monday. December 2!) at !i P. that do not know how to knit.                            Craig & Seymour Co.
affairs at Millburn Public Li-              lege Course at the Katharine M. The Oth graders will .stage                                                                    Short Hills 7-3488
brary include Dakar, Outpost of             Qibbs School, in New York City, a pageant under the direction       IT MM WANT ADS lllUNd
Two Hemispheres by Emil Lud-                is spending her Christmas va- of Mrs. Herbert Swanson. Pupils
wig, wMen gives the history                 cation with her parents, Mr, of the senior department and
and significance of French                  and Mrs. Charles S. Bulklcy, of parents arc Invited. Refresh-
Africa and the islands which                Short Hills, New Jersey,           ments will be .served.
 have become a vital spot in the
 defense strategy of America and
 "as the world situation moves
 to a new series of climaxes, the
 people of the United States
 must inform themselves on the
 potential clanger to all the
 Americas now gathering in Da-
    In The Kremlin And The Peo-
 ple, Walter Duranty attempts
  to clarify to some extent the
  puzzling Russian situation, by
  tracing the history of modern
  Russia through the past ten
  years .
                                                                                                                                     I       To a Happy Holiday! :
    The Germans: Double His-
  tory of a Nation by Emil Lud-
  wig gives the political, social,
                                                                                                                                                                             " '
                                                                                                                                            We at the Millburn Liquor Shop join in wishing all
  artistic and military aspects of
  the country and tries to answer                                                                                                    f| our patrons and friends a most happy holiday.
—the important question: How                                                                                                         ft        P. S. If you need some of the necessary spirits       i
  responsible are the German
  people for the Nazi debacle?                                                                                                       ||   to get you in the proper spirit on New Year's Eve, re-
                  •                                                                                                                   ft  member that all the specials in our full-page ad in
    MISS MARCIA B A U L C H ,                                                                                                        ||   last week's Item are still on sale. If you've mislaid
                                                                                                                                      §   your copy, stop in at the store and we'll give you a
                                                                                                                                      II  reprint of it.
                                                                                                                                     I                  -                           -'' '
                                                                                                                                     y     P. P. S. In order that we may enjoy our holiday
                                                                                                                                     m dinner, we will be
                                                                                                                                     I    CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY FROM 4 O'CLOCK ON
                                                                           THE                                                       ||             No deliveries on New Year's Day
       Chrysler — Plymouth                         FIRST NATIONAL BANK
         Sales and Service
         I.i u b i r i c a t i . o n
         By Competent Mechanic*
                                                       of MILLBURN, NEW JERSEY                                                                   llburn Liquor Sho
                                                                                                                                                       Z'fj "Thirst-Pleas* Cail Us        first'         [
                                                             :         Established 1907
    Morris Ave.                                                                                                                                 36 fTlftin ST.-miLLBURIl 6 1 8 8 6
   Motor Car Co.
                                                       Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation                                  I       FREE DELIVERY                PAUL, WAESEPROP.
   153 Morrii Ave.,    SwriWefteM. N . 1.                                                                                                     Open Sunday Noon — (Legal Opening Hour)                11
              Millburn 8-08*9
[December 16, 1941]                                     The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                                          3]

    A Letter to the Township Committee
                                    RECENT REPORT TO THE TAXPAYER

                                                     December 16th, 1941             unaware of it. The foregoing imputes to you, a lack of knowledge of the
                                                                                     facts and if this be not enough, then, in furtherance of your lack of
   Township Committee,                                                               knowledge of the facts, you are apparently unaware of the further fact that
                                                                                     the refund was procured and made by us and not by your new representative.
   Millburn, New Jersey.
   Gentlemen:                                                                               Still under the subject of automobiles, your Report proceeds with the
                                                                                     assertion that the premium on liability insurance written in January of 1941
          Our attention has been directed to "A Report from your Township            was $250.55 less than the premium on the 1940 policy. You do not say that
   Committee," but recently distributed to the taxpayers of the Township of          that reduction was effected by us, but on the contrary, imply that this was
   Millburn. In it, you have gone to great lengths to defend the appointment         an accomplishment effected by our successor. Reference is made to a further
   of a new insurance representative, which, were the appointment in the first       saving effected in view of a new comprehensive policy written in April of
   instance and for the reasons alleged in the Report, a proper and expedient        1941 and in addition to the saving thus effected, the coverage was consider-
   one, would require neither explanation nor justification; that you have done      ably broadened much beyond that of the former policy. That statement is en-
   so, seems to us to illustrate and to admit of the utter indefensibility of the    tirely true, but the form of policy and the premium saved were first pro-
   position which you have taken; and to have used the occasion (the Report)         posed by us to Mr. Ira Moore and in fact we arranged for the issuance of
   to criticize us unfairly and to misrepresent the facts, is unpardonable and       the policy and the policy is still written by the company which we represent.
   vicious.                                                                          This was not an accomplishment of your present insurance representative.

          For many years last past and indeed uninterruptedly until the change              On the subject of surety bonds, hardly anything need be said by us
   in representation occurred, we had been managing agents for the insurance         save this; that Mr. Ira Moore had always insisted upon direct negotiations
   requirements of the Township. Presumably when we were first employed,             himself with such bonding company as he might choose to procure such
   you then made your investigation of our fitness for the position (and if          surety bonds as he, in his own judgment, deemed for the best interests of the
   you did not do so, you were derelict in your duty to your taxpayers) and          Township. If they be adequate or inadequate, we do not know and hence ex-
   determined that our experience, knowledge and service were of the best            press no opinion, but the full responsibility for those bonds, rests with Mr.
   and that we were well qualified to discharge the obligations of insurance         Moore and with him alone.
   managing agents. Our record of some twenty-five years is eloquent proof
   of our ability and any opinion which you may now have to the contrary (and               We come now to the.last portion of your insurance report, which re-
   such contrary opinion is most certainly implied in your Report) amounts to        lates to fire insurance coverage. The full facts here again, are not disclosed
   an indictment of both your original selection of us as insurance managers         to the taxpayers.
   and your continuance of us in that office until but recently.
                                                                                      You have among your records, a physical appraisal of the value of
          The question of the residence of your representative was not then    the Town Hall which we procured for you, complete in every detail and
   and cannot now be of the slightest importance because, as you yourselves made by a competent company. It was wholly unnecessary to appraise the
   have said "No one is entitled to the Township's business — simply because / Town Garage, because the value of the new extension was at hand and evi-
   he lives — in the Township." So much for background and generalities. We dence of that value resides in the fact that the Garage item, under the
   proceed now to the substance of your Report.                                policy, was changed only slightly.

         Gross inaccuracies appear in your Report under the headings of "Au-                We were averse to an application for new rales because of the ruling
   tomobiles, Surety Bonds and Fire Insurance."                         ,            of the Rating Bureau that when such application is made, all buildings must
                                                                                     be re-inspected and re-rated and we felt, as a result of our experience in these
                                                                                     matters, that were such reinspection and re-rating to follow, rates would ad-
      ' You would have it appear that a considerable saving was made in              vance materially. Notwithstanding our predisposition otherwise you did pro-
   insurance premiums by virtue of current appraisals made of equipment and          cure re-inspection and re-rating, as a result of which the Town Hall, Garage
   that we were at fault because insurance was still in effect on one piece of       and Library rates were advanced materially and since these buildings repre-
   equipment which had been disposed of in July of 1940. Neither of those as-        sent the major portion of the values of the Township properties, an exceed-
   sertions is true.                                                                 ingly bad rate picture resulted.
          You were enabled to save the sum of but $16.17 in premiums by re-
   ducing the stated value of equipment. This of course, results in less coverage,          It is true that your present average rate is approximately the same as
   and, in our judgment is unwise and demonstrably so. Thus, one of the trucks       it was under our management, but to accomplish that, you were obliged to
   used by the road department, originally cost, together with equipment, the        spend a considerable amount of money for such changes as the companies
   sum of $1,759.00 in May of 1938, and as at April 1, 1941 was insured for but      required, in order to re-establish the rate at the old level. Such re-rating
   $450.00. You have depreciated the value of this truck by 75% in less than         was last had in October of 1941 and no premiums have as yet been returned.
   three years, notwithstanding informed opinion of depreciation rates to the        It is patent therefore, that the statement in your Report relative to "healthier
   contrary. This is either a classic example of underinsurance or, in its most      condition of rates" is unfounded, particularly so, since the cost of insurance
   favorable light, since opinions of value differ, penny wise and pound foolish;    is not less than heretofore.
   for to save but $16.17 and thereby hazard a much greater loss, is poor
   economy at best.                                                                         Finally, in justification, we are obliged to say that your Report and
                                                                                     the manner in which it was prepared and disseminated, is manifestly unfair
          Your new representative is, by implication, credited with a saving of      and unworthy of the governing body of the Township. We were neither asked
   $91.85 by procuring the return of a premium for the truck which had been          nor afforded an opportunity to either participate in discussions or to state
   disposed of, although you have combined that return premium with the              reasons for existing insurance coverage under our management. The type
                                                                                     and manner of the criticism in which you have indulged, is very suggestive
   saving of $16.17 to make one total of $109.02, presumably to confound your        of the "blitzkrieg" method of those who do not believe in our American
   taxpayers by not giving to them the applicable figures in each instance           system of fair play and an opportunity to give the other side a chance to be
   or category.                                                                      heard.
         You are well aware of the fact that we effected the saving of $91.85
   and not your new representative. We made a routine investigation and dis-
   covered the disposition of the truck, although the proper Township officials      V        concerned, having made this reply, the subject is closed, but if you
   or employees had failed to discover it or, if they had, then to notify us              ° u M ? d " l g e m a " y f " r S e r <fticism, a t ° u r 4 «Pf n S e and we conceive any
                                                                                                          0       m gM make t0
   of that fact. They have assumed full responsibility for their oversight. No       S ^ ^ J V                "    '               ** unJustlfied' we sha11 r e ^    and
   insurance broke*- can take advantage of any facts such as these, unless they
   be brought to his notice, which was nqt the case when disposition was made
   of the truck. How can we possibly know when equipment is sold, traded or
   otherwise disposed of, unless informed of it? .It is absurd that we should                                                        BUNNELL BROS. INC.
   know of such things when you yourselves, for some time, were blissfully                                                                                                             •
                                                                                                                                     By: Richard T. Bunnell, Sec'y. •
           4]                                                             The Millhurn &* Short Hills ITEM                                                                               [December 16, 1941

                                                                                                                                                                           stock registered in their names
 Famed Pianists                                                                                                                War Fund                                    at the close of business Decem-
                                                Red Cross Call to Service                                                                                                  ber 19th. The amount paid is
 At Playhouse                                                                                                                      (Continued from Page One)
                                                                                                                                   Monday, December 22, mark-
                                                                                                                                                                           the same as the payment made
                                                                                                                               ed the commencement of the                  July 1, 1941.
    The enlistment of three im-                                                                                                house to house canvassing of                                •
 portant actors in the United                                                                                                  the entire community which
 States service has forced
 Michael Chekhov to withdraw                                                                                                   will continue until the first of
                                                                                                                               the new year. Every citizen is
                                                                                                                                                                           Allen- Taylor
 "KING LEAR' from the reper-                                                                                                   qualified to join the fourth line
 tory of the Chekhov Theatre,                                                                                                                                       Mrs. Beatrice Allen of New
 and will therefore prevent its                                                                                                of defense, contributing to the ark, has announced the en-
 presentation on January 2nd at                                                                                                Red Cross War Fund.                gagement of her daughter, Miss
 the Paper Mill Playhouse as                                                                                                       This drive is being headed by Beatrice E. Allen, to William
 previously announced. "T H E                                                                                                  Mr. Emil Schumann,- chairman, Robert Taylor, son of Mr. an
 CRICKET ON THE HE'ARTH"                                                                                                        and Mrs. James Skidmore, vice- Mrs. Harold E. Taylor of 82
 by Charles Dickens will take                                                                                                   chairman. Members of the spe- Stony lane.
 place as promised the following                                                                                                cial gifts committees include:      Miss Allen is a graduate of
 evening, January 3rd since its                                                                                                    R. D. Ward, chairman; I. C. South Side High School. Her
 cast is not affected by the loss                                                                                              R. Atkin, A. E. Banning, H. E. fiance is a graduate of Maple
 of these particular actors.                                                                                                    Broadfoot, D. W. Cooper, Jr., Avenue Grammar School and
                                                                                                                                Clift. Cornwall, Clive C. Day, E. Newark Vocational School. He
    An o u t standing attraction                                                                                                P. Dodge, F. E. Fellows, A. E. is associated with Wright Aero-
 has been substituted for the                                                                                                   French.
 Friday, January 2nd entertain-                                                                                                                                   nautics in Paterson.
 ment at the Paper Mill Play-                                                                                                      W. A. Mitchell, F. W. Nixon,
 la o u s e. T h e internationally                                                                                              J. L. Parsons, Jr., L. C. Rhodes,
                                                                                                                                C. M. Schultz, J. B. Skidmore,
                                                                                                                                T, H. Wickenden, N. W. White, Monalum-Hetfield
 known duo pianists, Jacques
 Frey and Mario Braggiotti, will
 appear in one of their popular                                                                                                 S. B. Williams.
                                                                                                                                   Harvey Tiger, chairman, Mill-    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mat-
 programs featuring both classi-                                                                                                                                  thews of 14 Blaine street, will
 cal and modern music. As thou-                                                                                                 burn Center; Roderick Mac-
 sands of radio listeners know,                                                                                                 Dougal, John Huntoon, Dr. John announce the engagement of
 they are as remarkable for                                                                                                     Patterson,. Ernest Brita, David the latters daughter, Miss Elsie
                                                                                                                                Fern.                             Lois Monahan, to David Nelson
 their playing of the music of                                                                                                                                    Hetfield, son of Mr. and Mr
 George Gershwin as for their                                                                                                      Mrs. Fred Ohl, chairman, Thomas Hetfield of Rahway, on
 performing of the work of the                                                                                                 , Wyoming; Laurence Whitte- Christmas day.
 older masters. They have                                                                                                       more, Robert McDonald, John
 played with symphony orches-                                                                                                    Curran, Judge Noyes G. Slay-        Miss Monahan attended Mill-
 tras throughout this country                                                                                                    ton, Lester Cummins, Mrs.. burn High School. Mr, Hetfield
 and they have long been popu-                                                                                                   Francis J. Tiger, Mrs. Troup, is a graduate of Rahway High
 lar in England and France.                                                                                                      chairman, South Mountain.         School and is associated with
 Their arrangement of the                                                                                                                                          Watson-Stillman Company in
                                                                                                                                                 -A                Roselle.
 Tchaikowsky concerto has met                                                                                                       A DIVIDEND of 25c plus 15c
 with acclaim.                                                                                                                   per share, which brings total
    Both the two-piano concert                                                                                                   payments for the year to 4           Dr. Garrison Youngelson
 on Friday, January 2nd, and                                                                                                     percent on the $20.00 par stock,    SURGEON CHIROPODIST
 "THE CRICKET ON THE                      The dramatic poster by James Montgomery Flagg is the first                            has been declared by the Board                  (Foot Ailments)
 HEARTH" performance by the          war poster of the new World War. It is an appeal for a $50,000,000                          of Directors of The Summit          Hours Eve. 7-9 or by Appointment
 Chekhov Theatre players on          American war relief fund to feed, shelter, clothe and give medical                         Trust Company. The dividend             Tel. MI 8-1441) or MI 6-0119
 Saturday, the 3rd, are arranged     aid to American men, women and children bombed by the enemy.                               is payable to stockholders on       14 Wliittineliam Ter. MHlbnrn, N . } .
                                     It is an appeal for funds to provide comforts for our American Army
 by the Buxton Country Day           and Navy, and for welfare work for our troops at home and abroad,
 School of Short Hills for the       and their families on the home front. President Roosevelt asks you
 benefit of its scholarship fund.
 Mr. Arthur Gillet of Madison
                                     to give. Your dollars will serve humanity. Give through your local
                                     Red Cross Chapter.                                                                                       ATVAST TO THE HOST
 is Chairman of the Committee
 in charge.                        the home of Mr. and Mrs, Les- beon to confer Informallyorwith property
                                                                                 mailo against him           his
                                                                                                                 the As-
                                                                                                                                                       Here are the wines that cater to all tastes, satisfying you and
                                   ter E. Mahr of Newark on HPUBurs,                                                                                   your pocketbook. Made from selected grapet grown In ft*
                                                                             Tht» lint may bo seen:
                                   Christmas Day.
  "Irene" Opens                                                                       "Monday. J a n u a r y 5
                                                                                                 TiH'Kd.iU - J a n u a r y 6
                                                                                        BtHwoon tho hours of
                                                                                                                                                       warm tunny valley* of California — produced by matter win*
                                                                                                                                                       makers In our own winery, to give you wine enjoyment.

                                                     0KDI3K TO LIMIT                        10:011 A. M. — 12:00 Noon                                  Rich enjoyment and out-                   +j% % ^ ^     '• § ^

  At Maplewood                                              D e c e m l w l S , 1041
                                           KSTAT1S OF MAK1' II. STANISJjAtJB,
                                                                                              2:00 P. 14. — 5:00 P.M.
                                                                                              7:00 P. M. — 9:00 P. M.
                                                                                             BOAHD UV TAX ASSESSORS
                                                                                                                                                       standing quality ii In every
                                                                                                                                                       bottle of either brand, GOLD
                                                                                                                                                       COIN, and CALIFORNIA
                                                                                             TOWNSHIP OF MII7LBUHN TK
                                         Pursuant       the ordur
       Frank McCoy, who opened HOFFMANN,to SurrosHle of EUGENE V,    of tlia Counly
                                                                                             THE1- COUNTY OF 15SSEX, N. J.                             BEAUTY, developed by tklll-
                                                                                       Deuomlw ti. 1(M1
    the Maplewood Theatre for the of lQssex, this day made, on the ap-                                                                                 tut operation of modern
                                                                                                                                                            production, economical-
                                      plication of the undersigned, Administra-
    first time as a Summer Theatre trix of Kuid deceased, notice is hereby                                                                                  ly priced. BON GUSTO,
    in the Spring of 1937, returns ia exhibit the creditors of ,s;iid deceased
                                      driven to                                                                                                             th* win* Of distinction,
                                                    to        aubacrlbor
    to the playhouse Monday (De- or affirmation,thetheir claimsunder oath    and de-                                                                        own Itt good toite to
                                                                                                                                                            juperb quality and
    cember 29) to present a Winter ceased, within six months from this dato,
                                      mands agalnat the eattvto of said de-
    season of musical productions. or they will bp foruver b&:rrii3 from              Wed. Thurs. Fri. Dec. 24,25,26
                                                       or recovering
       The first attraction, opening prosecuting subscriber.
                                      aa'iUnat tin;
                                                                           the same         RONALD COLMAN                                                      Sold at better
                                                                                                                                                            Win* 6 liquor Stor»
    Monday, will be the musical                          WANDA S. JACKSON                   "MY LIFE WITH
                                                            ik Cooper,
    comedy success, "Irene," star- Holiart, Minaixl Boulevard Proctors
                                      1180 Raymond                                               CAROLINE"
    ring Bernice Claire of the stage, Nfwarls, N. J. 2, !>, 10, 23
                                      .Dec. 2I>, Jan.                                             — —                         CANNIZZARO WINE CO INC
    screen and radio, with a cast                                                            "BELLE STARR"                           4 3 8 Broome Street                                        New York City
    of 50.                                           MSGAt, NOTICE                            ili Scott — Uciic Tlerney
       "Irene" is the story of "Irene    Notice la hereby given that t h e As-          Sat. to Tues. Dec. 27 to 30
   O'Dare," a pretty little shop- sessment List of the Township oC M11I-
   girl who goes "high society" by burn. 'may,tho County at by anyNew Jer- Beauty 1 Rhythm! Song!
   dressmaker and finally marries
   a millionaire. The score by
                                                    bo tnapcHited
   becoming a model for a male tor the purpose of enabling the taxpay-
                                      er to ascertain what assessments have
                                                                                                                                     CATULLO'S                FOR FINE
   Harry Tierney includes many
•; well known songs, headed by
   the captivating "Alice Blue •"•'••-
      Mr. McCoy, who will resume
                                                       T H S 4 T K K
                                         Opp. Lackawanna Sta,. 8, o. 2-8600
                                           FRANK McCOY presents
   his post as director of the
   Maplewood Theatre, has pre-                                                             K R O B E R T BENCHLEY                      tilA Main Si.    Ulillliurn
   sented at that theatre such                     "IRENE"                                    JOHN HUBBARD
  stars as Ethel Barrymore, Jane
  Cowl, Cornelia Otis Skinner
                                                  T)io SwiHitlieiu't »f All
                                                     Musical Comedies.                '
                                                                                        SONGS BY COLE PORTER
                                                                                         A  C O L U M B I A  P I C T U R E
                                                                                                                                       Free Delivery Phone MH>-007l
  and many others.                                           With                                  — ALSO —'
                                                                                                 WALT DISNEY'S
      His plans for the current sea-             BERNICE CLAIRE                            FULL LENGTH FEATURE                                   We're taking time out for dinner
  son include a series of Broad-                  mid supporting cast «f                   "THE RELUCTANT                                     on Christmas Day between 2 and 6 P. M.
  way musical successes featuring                 SO sicoiile; chorus of 21                       DRAGON"                                            Guide Yourself Accordingly
  well known players. The box                                                                                                                       No Deliveries Christmas Day
  office is now open and mail                                                           CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S
  orders are being received.             Week of Dec. 29th EVE AT THE MILLBURN
                                                                                       5-HOUftS OF FUN—STARTS
     The A. E. Thevenets of Wal-
  nut avenue, will be guests at
                                         MAT. NJBHV YEAR'S DA* & SAT.
                                               Prices: SQc to 1.6ft plus tnx
                                                     Mail ordoiB Now!
                                                                                      At 7y— Ends in the New Year
                                                                                                  3 Features
                                                                                           Cartoons — Comedies                         OPEN SUNDAYS                                                  FROM NOON
                                        Saturday                         Sunday                      Monday                         Tuesday               Wednesday                           ihursday

     26                                  27                              28                         29                              3°
                                                                             Ray MacDonald, December 20-30. "TARZAN'S SECRET
                                                                             TREASURE)," Johnny Weiasmuller, Maureen O'Sulllvan,
                                                                             December 31-January I!.

                                                                             STANLEY, 33 South Orange Avenue.
                                                                                  "APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE," "TEXAS," December
                                                                              20-31, mat. "THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON,"
                                                                              Krrol Flynn, O. fle HavillancJ, "MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII,"
                                                                              Johnny Downs. Jane France; "SWING IT SOLDIER," De-
*        PAPER MILL PLAYHOUSE                                                 cember 31, eve. "THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON,"
                                                                              "MOONLIGHT IN HAWAII," January 1-S.
   Piano concert by Jacques Vvey tind Mario Bragrg-iotti,                                                                                            AMERICAN LEGION — Meets Fourth Thursday of a»oh
January 2, Chekhov Players in "CRICKET ON THE                                                                                                  month. 8 P. M., Recreation Building, Taylor Park.
HEARTH," January 3, benefit of Buxton Country Day                             BRANFORD, II Branford Place.                                           AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY — Meets second Tua».
School.                                                                            "YOU'RE IN THE ARMY NOW," Jimmy DurantO, P'hiJ              flay of each month, » P. M., Recreation Building. Taylor Par.k
                                                                               Silvers, Wyman; "BLUES IN THE NIGHT," Richard                   CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS —• Meeta second and fourth
*        MAPLEWOOD                                                           • Whorf, Betty Flekl, December 20-30. "MAN WHO CA.ME
                                                                               TO DINNER," "SEALED LIPS," December 31-January 0.
                                                                                                                                               Monday of each month, 8:30 P. M., St. Rose of Lima School
                                                                                                                                               Hall,                              i
   ' I R E N E , ' ' Musical   Comedy    starring    Bernlce    Claire                                                                               CASA COLOMBO CIVIC ASSOCIATION meeta first Friday
Monday, December 29.                                           • "•           PARAMOUNT, Market Street.                                        of each month at 7:00 o'clock P. M.
                                                                                                                                                     FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, Continental Lodga —
                                                                                 "BIRTH OF THE BLUBS," "MERCY ISLAND,"                Ray      Meeta second and fourth Tuesday of each month, t P. M..
                                                                              Middleton, Otto Kruger, December 25-30.                          First National Bank Building.
                                                                                                                                                     ITALIAN-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION — Meets tha flrat
                                                                              RKO PROCTORS, 116 Market Street.                                 Tuesday of each month at 200 Main Street, Mllllmrn. N. J.
                                                                                                                                                     JOCICHY HOLLOW FIELD TRIAL CLUB — Me«t» third
                                T h e s e program* AM                             "DUMBO," 'Walt    Disney's  cartoons; "RISE   AND            Wednesday of each month, 8 P. 41., Recreation Building,
                                a. c c, n r a t e at j>r««»                                                                                    Taylor Park.
                                time — but Theatrea                           SHINE," Linda Darnell, Jack Oakle, George Murphy, Wal-
                                                                              ter Brennan, Milton Borle, December 28-30.                             KIWANIS CLUB — Meets at Chantioler every Wad-
                                                                                                                                               nt'Hday noon for luncheon and prog-ram.
                                their minda.                                                                                                         KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Meets first and third Thurs-
                                                                              *      ELIZABETH                                                 day ol! each month, 8:30 P. M.,' St. Rose of Lima Church.
                                                                                                                                                     LADIES AUXILIARY OF CASA COLOMBO — Meeta third
         MILLBURN                                                             REGENT, 39 Broad Street.                                         Friday of each month, 8:30 P. M. at Club Hous», IBB Main
                                                                                                                                               Street, Mlllburn.
    "YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH," Fred Astatr, Rita Hay-                              "SHADOW OH1 THE THIN MAN,"          "BROADWAY                          UHKS AUXILIARY OF ST. ROSE OF LIMA'S
worth, Robert Benchley; "RELUCTANT DRAGON,' Walt                              LIMITED," V. McLaelen. M. Woodworlh, December 26-31.             CHUBCH meets first Monday of each month at appointed
Disney's cartoons with Robert Benchley, December 27-31                        "NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH." "YOU BELONG TO MB,"                     place to bo named at previous meeting.
Mat. "INTERNATIONAL LADY," Georse Brent, Ilona Mas-                           December 31, eve. - January 7.                                         MASONIC CLUB — Meets the flrat Tuesday of each
sey, Basil Rathborne; "DR. KILDARE'S WEDDING DAY,"                                                                                             month in the Masonic Club rooma, Bank Building, Mllllmrn.
Low Ayrea, Lionel Ba-rrymore, Lai-a<ine Day; "SWING IT
SOLIDIEfR," Ken Murray, Prances Lang-i'ord, December 31,                      RITZ, 1148 East Jersey Street.                                         MEN'S CLUB — St. Stephen's Church — Meats third
evening1. "INTERNATIONAL LADY," "DR. KILDARE'S                                                                                                 Thursday of each month — 8:15—Pariah Houaa, US Main
WEDDING DAY," January 1-2.            ,''••."•                                   "THEY DIED WITH THEIR BOOTS ON," December                     Street.
                                                                              30-31. "WEEK-END IN HAVANA." "YOU BELONG TO                            MILLBURN COMMUNITY COUNCIL—Meats neoond Wad-
                                                                              ME," December 31 - eve - January 7.                              nesday of June, October, December, February and April a>t
*        UNION                                                                                                                                  the .Barberry Corner Tea Room,
                                                                                                                                                     MILLBDRN REPUBLICAN CLUB — Meet* the fourth
   "INTERNATIONAL       SQUADRON,"      Ronald Reagan,                                                                                             hursday of *jach month, 8:00 P. M,
James Stenhenson; "LAW OF THE TROPICS," Constance                                                                                                    MILLBURN ROTARY CLUB — Meets at tha Chantlclar
                                                                                                                                                 inch Tuesday noon Cor luncheon and program.

                                                                                       * EVENTS *
Bennett, Jeffrey Lynn, December 26-27. "LADIES IN R1S-
TIREMENT," Ida Lupino, Elaa Lancheutur, Edith Barrett:                                                                                                ORDER OF EASTERN STAR, Continental Chapter —
"MARRIED BACHELOR," Hubert Youua, Ruth Husaay,                                                                                                       at* first and third Wednesday of each month, > p . it..
December 28-31, Mat. "YOU'LL NEVER GET RIICH,"                                                                                                  First National Bank Building*.    „•
"RELUCTANT DRAGON," "SAILORS ON LEAVE," De-                                                                                                           ORDER OF THE AMARANTH—Meets second «nd fourth
cember 31, evening.                                                              DANCE IN FELLOWSHIP HAX.L of Wyoming Church,                     Thursday of each month 8 p . M., First National Bank
                                                                              Tuesday, December 30 th, 9:00 P. M., sponsored, by the Youne      Building,
                                                                              People's Group of the Church.                                           SOUTH MOUNTAIN CIVIC ASSOCIATION meeting third
*        SUMMIT                                                                                                                                 Friday of each month at the Recreation Building, Taylor
                                                                                 NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER and Dance at Short Hills                 Park, 8:80 P. M.
STRAND                                                                        Club, December 31st, 8:30 P. M. Entire membership and
                                                                              suests are invited.
                                                                                                                                                      WASHINGTON ,ROCK ROD AND OUN CLUB — Meet*
                                                                                                                                                  !lrst and third Thursday of each month, S P. M., Rooreation .
   "WEEK-END IN HAVANA," Alice Faye, Carmen Mi-                                                                                                  Building, Taylor Park.
randa- "FORCED LANDING," R. Arlen, Eva. Gauor, De-                               CONCERT BY Lafayette,       March 7th,   sponsored            WOODMBN OF THE "WORLD — Meats third Thursday af
cember 25-27. "TEXAS," "BUY JDS THAT TOWN," De-                               by Wyoming: School P.-T. A.                                        Bach month, 8 P. M., First National Bank Building.
cember 28-31. American Legion Show "GOLDEN HOOP,"                                                                                                     WYOMING Association — Council meeta second Tuesday
Jane Withers, December 30th, morning-. "NIGHT OF JAN-                             "DANIEL BOONE," historical ballot by Edwin Steew-'             of each month except July and August, at st'30 P. M. In
UARY lli," Robert Preston, Ellen Drew; "GLAMOUR BOY,"                         briclye. Mosque Theatre, Newark, Friday, December 20,              Wyoming Club House, Linden Strwt, Arthur Sawyer fl«cr»-
Jackie Cooper, Jack -Searl, Susanna Foster, January 1-3.                      2:30 P. M.                                                         tary.
                                                                                  CHINESE SI-IADOW Play by Red Cat Players,           Short
 LYRIC                                                                        Hills Club, December 29, 3:30 P, M.
    "SHADOW OF THE THIN MAN," December 20-31.
 "BIRTH OF THE' BLUES," Bing- Crosby, Mary Martin,
 Brian Donlevy, Jack Teagarden's Orchestra, January 1-7.

 *        IRVINGTON
                                                                                 JACQUES .FBEY 'AND MARIO BRAGGIOTTI, famed
                                                                              pianists, January 2: Chekhov Players In "CRICKET ON THE
                                                                              HEARTH," January 3, Paper Mill Playhouse, benefit of
                                                                              Buxton Country Day School.
                                                                                                                                                     BARBERRY CORNER — 33 Taylor Street, Mitlbum (Mill-
                                                                                 ELIZABETH PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA'S second                       turn 6-1739) Delicious food served and charming surround-
 CASTLE, 1115 Clinton Avenue.                                                 concert, Wednesday, January 7'th, Elizabeth Masontc Temple.        ngs. Luncheon GOc. Dinner $1 and $1.26. Sunday dinner
 LOR, December 28-27. "IT STARTED WITH EVE,"                                                                                                         BHKCHWOOD HOTEL—Beeohwood Road, Summit. (Sum-
 Deannu, Durbin, Charles Laushton, Robert Cummings;                                                                                             nil. 0-1054). A comfortable, homelike hotel serving delicious
 "DOWN MEXICO WAY," Gene Aurtry, December 28-30.                                                                                                Heals. Lunch 30c - 76c. Dinner $1.26. Sunday dinner $1.60.
 "MY LIFE      WITH    CAROLINE,"  "BELLS     STAR,"                                                                                                 BLUE HILLS PLANTATION—Dunellan, Just off RonU
 "SAILORS ON LEAVE1," December 31, evening:, "BELLE                                                                                             29, (DUnellen 2-6582). A restaurant and supper club of many
 STARR," "MY LIFE WITH CAROLINE," December ; 31                                                                                                 leasons. Dancing nightly except Mondays, 7:30 to 2. Luncheon
 mat to January 2.                                                                                                                              TBc. Dinner $1,50 and buffet Sunday evening.          Minimum
                                                                                                                                                weekdays' SI.60 and $2.00 Saturdays. No couvert.           •    '
                                                                                 WYOMING CLUB — Club dinner, second Saturday of aach
 SANFORD, Springfield Avenue at Sanford.                                       month at 7 P. M. Qames and entertainment follow.
                                                                                                                                                     THE BROOK — Route 24, Summit (Summit 6-4343).
                                                                                                                                                    uslo by Gus Stack and his orchestra. Luncheon 76c. Din-
    "INTERNATIONAL LADY," "DR. KILDARE'S WED-                                                                                                      ar $1.50. No cover oharse. Weekdays minimum $1.60; Sat-
                                                                                  MEN'S NIGHT at Wyoming Club avery Monday night.                  rday $2.50. i
 DING DAY." December 28-30. "APPOINTED FOR LOVE,"
 "TEXAS," December 31-January 2, "APPOINTMENT FOR                              Bridge, ping pong and other frames, 8 P. M,                            CANNON BALL INN — 120 Morrl* Avenue, Springfield
 LOVE," "TEXAS," "SWING IT. SOLDIER." December                                                                                                  (Mlllburn 0-1444). Historic landmark. Home cooking. Lunch-
 31 evenins.                                                                                                                                    Ion 50c. Dinner 85c and $1.00. Sunday dinner name.
                                                                                                                                                      CHANTICLES — Mlllburn Avenue. Mlllburn (Millburn «-
 *        ORANGE
 EMBASSY, 349 Main Street.
 December 28-30. "APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE," "TEXAS,"
                                                                                                BOOKS                                             377).      Supper Club with a. deserved following.
                                                                                                                                                  rl»h and his orchestra. Dinner $1.50 up from B to 10 and
                                                                                                                                                   undays noon to 10. Luncheons 85c, 12 to 3 In th« Serpentine
                                                                                                                                                   own — Blselow and Lee entertain. Minimum weekdays II.80:
                                                                                                                                                   aturdays, $2.50. No oouvert.
                                                                                                                                                      CHICKEN BARN — Route 8, Totowa Borough. (Llttla
 "SWING IT SOLDIER," December 31-January 2.                                                                                                          11s 4-1126). This country restaurant features chicken pre-
                                                                                  MILLBURN PUBLIC LIBRARY will be open on Mon-
                                                                                                                                                   ared in many ways. Luncheon 50b. Dinner from $1.00
 *        EAST ORANGE                                                          day and Thursday from 1 P. M. to 9 P. M. Tuesday,
                                                                               Wednesday, Friday and Saturday open from 10 A. M.
                                                                                                                                                    ocktalla by \og fire, or terrace bar ana dancing to swing
                                                                                                                                                   rohestra Saturdays. No minimum. No couvart
 HOLLYWOOD, Central Avenue at Harrison.                                        .to G P. M.    Children's Department open dally from 2                 DAY'S COLONIAL RESTAURANT — 40 Park Place, Mor-
    "SHADOW OF THE THIN                   MAN," William Powell,                P. M. to 6 P. M,                                                     stown (MO. 4-0750). Restaurateurs and caterers, on locafju
 Myrna. Loy, December 20-30.              "NOTHING BUT THE                                                                                         I Morristown since il882. Luncheon 40c—75o. Supper 76c
                                                                                  ON THE NIGHT OP THE FIRE — By F. L. Green —                       Inner $1.00. Sunday dinner $1.26.
 TRUTH," Be* Hope, Paulette               Goddard, December 31-
 January 3. December 31 evening            extra, ah advance 1942              One way that a man may discover whether he la as clever                ESSEX HOUSE — 1043 Broad Street, Newark (Mitchell
 preview.                                                                      and resourceful as he privately appraises himself Is by com.        -4400). Terrace dinner $1.25 up. Minimum weeks $1.60 ana
                                                                               mining a.crime. If he hasn't been honest with himself, lie          2.00 Saturdays. No couvert.
                                                                               will be sorry when It la too l»ts. This la the elst of V. L.
 *        SOUTH ORANGE                                                         Green's "On the Nig-ht of the Fire", wherein a good barber
                                                                                                                                                      HOTEL SUBURBAN — 670 Springfield Avenue, Summit
                                                                                                                                                (3ummlt 6-3000). A comfortable and well-appointed hotel
                                                                               metaphorically cuts his throat for a fistful of banknotes. It     lervlng excellent food In a spacious dining-room. Luncheon
  CAMEO                                                                        was one of those unnecessary crimes whloh make worse             j 1.00. Dinner $1.50.
Wfe-i'IT STARTED WITH EVE," "HAiRMON OF MICHI-                                 crimes Inevitable, and Mr. Green has depicted Its conse-
                                                                               quences with unrelenting tension.                                      MARIO'S — 36 Main Street, Mlllburn (Mlllburn 6-172)4).
 GAN," Tom Harmon, Anita Louise, December 20-27. "A                                                                                                lewly and completely redecorated cocktail bar and restaur-
 YANK IN THE R.A.F.," Tyrone Power, Betty Grable; "MY                                                                                               nt, well-known for Italian spaghetti. Luncheon 55c, Dinner
 LIFE WITH CAROLINE," December 28-31, mat. "BELLE                                 WINDLESS CABINS, By Mark Van Doren — The boy                      5c. Spaghetti and meat balls 50c.
                                                                               was good and he killed a man who showed a aide of evil.
 STARR," "DOCTOR'S DON'T TELL," John Beal, Edw.                                How can life go on with the companionship of such a mem-                OLD MILL INN — Morrlntovvfr Road, Bernarasvlllo
 Norrls,: December 31, eve. "YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH,"                           ory? There is more than this to the strangely haunting new           JErnardsvllle 70). A good ending for a. Sunday drive for
 Januaryl.     •                                    .                          novel, "Windless Cabins", by Mark Van. Doren, poet and            ttnner, or, a weekday for afternoon tea. Lunoh $1.00 Tea
                                                                               novelist, but this Is the dark core of the book. And in • ex-     I 0c. Dinner $1,50. Supper 75c and $1.00.
    *     NEWARK                                                               ploring- the problems of the boy. Mr. Van Doren explores the
                                                                               nature of fear and sin and conscience and tha power of love
                                                                                                                                                       TONY'S — 24 Thirteenth Avenua. Newark. (Mttchal! *•
                                                                                                                                                 ', 022). An outstanding luschaon and dinner rendezvous
    LOEWS, Broad and New Streets.                                              lo embrace them. The mood of -the book is exciting In a
                                                                               hypnotic* way, trapping the reader beyond the last page in a
                                                                                                                                                  1 .Uncheon 8Se and a la carte. Dinner a In carts.
       ."KATHLEEN," S'hirley Temple, Herbert Marshall, La-,                    world of realities made up of hidden things which touch the             WTLLTAM PITT TAVTORN — 34 Main Street, Chatham
    iwlne Day; "DOWN IN SAN DIEGft" Bonlfa. Ora.nvllle,                        heart »t life.                                                    f IHat-ham 4-0610). A widely known luncheon and dinner ran-
                                                                                                                                                 o :zvous. Luncheon 50o. Dinner 85o. Sunday dinner $1,00,
                                                                           The Millburn &r> Short Hills ITEM                                                                           [December ad, 1941
                                                                                                                                     Miss Alicia Laird a student of TT" "H11 ^nti"1" rvpr>pmhf>r asu.v
                                                                                                                                                                             He will return December 28th.
                                                                                                                                   Stoneleigh, Hampton, N. H., is Another son Denison Coursen
                                                                                         Former Short                              home for the holidays as is her also stationed at Fort Jackson,
                                                                                                                                   brother, John from Blair Acade- was unable to return for the
                                                                                                                                   my, Blairstown, N. J. They are holidays.
                                                                                         Hills Girl Bride                          the children of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                Janet Mitchell, daughter of
                                                                                                                                   John A. Laird of Lake road.
                                                                                                Miss K a t h e r i n e Deming,                                               the William A. Mitchells o                f
                                                                                             daughter of Mrs. Richard Dem-            The Misses Paula and Carol             Woodcrest avenue, gave a sup-
                                                                                             ing, of Summit, formerly of Prange, daughters of Mr. andper party on Saturday night,
                                                               Of THE WEEK                   Short Hills, and the late Mr. Mrs. Charles H. Prange of Gap preceding the Junior Assembly
                                                                                             Deming, was married on Sat- View road, will be hostesses to- at the Racquets Club. Her
                                                                                             urday to Richard Hulse Trimpi, day, at an open house party, at guests included Susan Farn-
                                  By Edith Clifford                                          son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell their home. Paula attends Al- ham, Ann Melly, Edith Whit-
     L i v i n g in a spacious English Washington, D.                   C, and her William Trimpi                      of South legheny College and Carol, the field, Peggy Chalif of Short
h o u s e , high on a hill at th    t the   brothers William and Robert Orange. The ceremony took Holmquist School. Their uncle, Hills and Katherine Trindell o                                                        f
                                                                                             place    at Christ          Episcopal Mr. R. W. Erdle of Chicago, was Summit, also, Lee Young, Don-
c o r n e r of Lakeview avenue and are spending their Christmas Church, with the rector, Rev.                                                                                 ald Maveety, Teddy Betteridge,
W i n d e m e r e terrace, is a former vacation with their parents. Herbert H. Cooper, officiating. a recent visitor. Another uncle Robert Smith and Douglas Reed
R u s s i a n nobleman, Mr. Victor William attends Wesleyan and Richard Deming Jr., gave his and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. of Short Hills and Harold
Z a h o d i a k i n , who- is an exile Robert, Williams College.                             sister in marriage.
                                                                                                                                   Prange of Scarsdale, N. Y.,
f r o m h i s country. He and Mrs.                                •                                                                have arrived for the holidays Littledale of New York.
                                               Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Weeks and                     Miss Mary Deming was herwith the Pranges.                                                                *
Zahodiakin              Were hosts on
                                             daughter Karin, of Framing- sister's maid of honor. William                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Ward o             f
C h r i s t i n a s at a traditional Rus-
                                            ham, Mass., arrived on Friday, Hulse Trimpi served as best                                 Robert N. Taylor, son of Mr. Martindale road, were hosts at
s i a n dinner party.
                                             to spend the holidays with Mrs. man for his brother.                                   and Mrs. Harold E. Taylor of breakfast on Christmas. Guests
      B e a r i n g out all the Russian Weeks' brother-in-law and sis-                          The bride wore a street- Short Hills, is home from Ken- included Mr. and Mrs. Harold
c u s t o m s , the guests gathered in ter, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Briod of length frock of old blue wool
                                                                                                                                    tucky Miliary Institute, Lyndon, H. Peck of Short Hills, the
 t h e i r huge living room, for Ferncliff terrace.                                          with a matching hat trimmed Ky., for the holidays. When Misses Gwen Masson and San-
 v o d k a and zacuska. Then came                                 *                          with Persian lamb and a cor- he returns he will attend the dra Owens of New York and
 a t r i p t o the dining room where            Miss Cornelia Edmiston a sage of white orchids. Her sis- Florida Headquarters at Venice, Captain Pete McVoy of Fort
 t h e table fairly groaned with student at Wells College and ter's dress was of rose beige                                                                                   Jackson, S. C. The latter is
 t h e variety of zacuska, {similar her sister, Miss Janet Edmiston, wool, with a matching hat and Florida.                                                                   Mrs. Ward's brother, who is
 t o Smorgsbord). Red candles a student at Centenary Junior her corsage was brown butter-                                                              •
  a n d two Russian fruit bowls College, are spending their fly orchids.                                                               Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Tay- spending several days in Short
  f o r m e d the decoratnons. The Christmas vacation with their                                                                    lor of Whitney road, entertain- Hills.
                                                                                                The couple left immediately ed at a supper party on Sun-                                                  m
  p a r t y then retired to the living parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S.
                                                                                              after the ceremony for La day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.                             Mr. and Mrs. Graham Holly
  r o o m while the table was re-Edmiston Jr., of Park place.
                                                                                              G-uardia Airport, .where a bridal Fred Waltzinger of Maplewood, of Baltusrol way, are spending
  s e t f o r the main courses: Clear                              •                          dinner was served the two fami- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Plant of the Winter in Charlottesville,
  s o u p , pirok, turkey stuffed with          Miss Louise Buhrer of De- lies. Later they left by plane Ridgewood, Mr, and Mrs. Ed-
  r i c e , suckling pig, etc. Follow- troit, Mich., arrived on Friday,                                                                                                        Va.
                                                                                              for Mexico City, where they ward Ten Eyck of Summit and
  i n g t h e main course, an hour to spend the holidays with her                                                                                                                                         •
                                                                                              will spend two weeks, .after Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Strahan
  e l a p s e d before the group reas- brother and sister-in-law, Mr.                                                                                                              Stewart Hartshorn, of La-
                                                                                              which they will live on Park of Short Hills. The Taylors have
  s e m b l e d in the dining room for
  R u s s i a n tea and sweet pastry
                                                                                  D H0- avenue, Bast Orange. Mrs. Trim-                      invitations for an Open conia, N. H., is spending the
       ussian tea and sweet pastry. barfc a v e n u e . on Friday, Mr. avenue, » £ ^ £ a n d s t o n _ H o u $ e p a r t y o n S u n d a y .                                   holidays with his mother, Mrs.
                   o      u       y                                                                                                                        f                                    c
                                                                                                                                                                               Stewart H. Hartshorn of High-   Daws
   za    ™i r Tas f™i y z Tz^rJ:L:rtt C SJS ?*f ° x r :
                a                                                                                                            a           »-*• *«°                       ™ -*   land avenue.       m
                                                                                                                                                      , [& s p e n d l n g a H o l l y w o o d , C a l ., *
                                                                                                                                                                                                               7 °d    d
   n r o p f r t y of nine Salassie. This n a p o l l s of Mr. Buhrer's nephew, Her husbandA is a yBiaduate of ^a k , g
                                                                                              Cheshire          c a                                                                 visit Coningsby concluded
                                                                                                                                                                               a Mrs. with herhas Dawso'n and
                                                                                                                                                                                                            son-in-law of
   gorgeous sterling silver piece is Gordon Buhrer.
   prO e y                                                                                                                           fifteen days' furlough with his
          ? " - ,L.,;L «n™r niftee is ESS™, tLhMr '                                           Union College. At present he is parents, Mr. and Mrs. with his a visit with her son-in-law ana
                                                                                              Cheshire Academy and ot                                furlough                  daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert-
   inscribed with the Lion of Juda.                                                                                                                                H. Pres-
                                                                     n a r 0 ] d H P eecckk studying aat the Casey Jones t o n Coursen of Knollwood road. son D. Ward of West road.
        Although the Russian Christ-            M rr a n c l M r s a r 0 d H P
                                                       ancl M r s
   m a s falls two weeks later, the oi Martindale road, have as School of Aeronautics.
   Zahodiakins c e l e b r a t e the t h e i r g u e s t s t h e M i s s e s G w e n
   American Christmas because of Masson and Sandra Owens of            d        O          f     Miss Nancy Morison a stu-
    t h e i r daughter Nadia and Mrs. Nee wYo rko City.TLast Saturday,
                                              N w      Y rk                                   dent at Skldmore, daughter of
                                                                                                   Ralph G. Morisons of
                                                                                                                                           Don't Forget : .
    Zahodiakin, who is an Ameri- t h e P e c k s e n t e r t a i n e d a t d i n n e i
                                              for Mr. and Mrs, Daniel Beck n e y road is home for the holi-
                                              of Plainfield, Mr, and Mrs. G. days.
              Mr. and Mrs, John L. Gi- L, Ward of Short Hills and Cap-
     r a r d of Colonial way, enter- tain Pete McVoy of Fort Jack-                               Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Paulsen
     t a i n e d at a family supper party son, S. C. On Christmas the                          of Robin Hood Cottage, Not-                     IMP
     o n Christmas night.                     Pecks entertained at dinner for tingham road, held their fourth
                                                                                               annual Christmas Carol Sing,
          Mr. ana Mrs. D. A. Voorhees
          Mr. and mrs. u. n.. VW».AM=«. their house guests, Mr. and »»«,«„,
      of Jefferson avenue, entertained Mrs. Ward and Captain McVoy. for friends on Sunday evening.
      o n Christmas at a family din-
      n e r party.
           Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Forrester
       Campbell of Lakeview avenue,
                                                     SOUTH ORANGE STORAGE CORP.
                                                                                                     South Orange 24000
       w e r e hosts at a family dinner

   - •
       p a r t y on Christmas,
         •   •             •

           Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Ban-
                                                                                                         . . . . Storage,
                                                                                                                                                         lilla                            of ®lawm
                                                                                                       Moving, Shipping,                                 CHATHAM ROAD, SHORT HILLS
       n i s t e r Jr., of Cambridge, Mass.,
       h a v e arrived to spend the holi-                                                                       Packing:, Bug                                Telephone Short Hills 7-2870
       d a y s with the latter's parents,                                                                         Cleaning,
       M r . and Mrs. Arthur T. Vander-                                                                           New Busts
        b l l t of Hobart avenue. Miss Jean
        Vanderbilt is also home from

                                                                         Wishing Everyone
                                                                           All The Best
                                                                               Of the
                                                                                                                                             Your every printing need — be it a simple business card
                                                                          Yuletide Season
                                                                                                                                             or a multi-page book — is efficiently, beautifully and
                                                                                                                                             economically produced in our thoroughly equipped shop.

                                                                         And we still think everybody
                                                                         should have a radio in every
                                                                         room. 13.95 up.
                                                                                                                                                 MILLBURN &
                                                                                                                                                 SHORT HILLS                               ITEM
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  Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Forrest            son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.     Short Hills, Mrs. Henry Gusmer days. He is the son of Mr. and
Dodge of Grosvenor road, will           R. C. Mitchell.                    and Mrs .Raymond Smith of Mrs. Joseph Hixson of Park
depart December 26, for Fort                            *                  Summit and Mrs. H. A. Feld- road.
Bragg, N. C, to visit their son            Gus Stewart is home from        bush of Long Meadow,' Mass.        Mrs. George Baldwin of Bos-
George, who is stationed there.         the Middlesex School, Middle-      Mrs. Feldbush remained with ton, is spending the holidays
Mrs. Dodge and son Edwin Jr.,           sex, Mass., and is spending his    the Holitmeirs until Saturday. with her son-in-law and daugh-
who is home from the Univers-           Christmas vacation with his        Miss Dorothy Holtmeier, a stu- ter, Mr. • and Mrs. Frederick
ity of Virginia at Charlotteville       mother, Mrs. Sage Stewart of       dent at Skidmore College, was Barry Ryan, Jr., of Hartshorn
will go by train and Mr. Dodge          Forest drive.                      home for Christmas. She left drive.
by plane.                                               *                  today for Louisville, Ky., where                    •
                                           Miss Eleanor Schalscha has      she will spend several days.                                                  The scene is set, the curtain
                •                                                                                           Frances G. Arentz, daughter of            rises on the gayest of holiday
   Worthington Campbell Jr., a          arrived from Auburndale, Mass.,                    •                Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Arentz of
                                        to spend her vacation with her        Channing Howe, a Harvard Tulip Lane, Short Hills, will                  seasons. Be a real beau. Send
student of Harvard and his                                                                                                                            your fairest flame a corsage to
brother Lee, who attends the            parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.        student, has joined his parents, hold open house Christmas
                                        Schalscha of Farley road.                                                                                     wear to all the special parties.
Ashville School, are visiting                                              Mr. and Mrs. Pency S. Howe afternoon from 5-7 for about                    Short Hills House of Flowers,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.             Eleanor is a student of Lasell     Jr., of Western drive, for his 75 of her friends.
                                        Junior College. Her sister Jane,                                                                              makes the nicest I've seen.
Worthington Campbell of Knoll-                                             vacation. Another son, David
wood road, for the holidays.
  Mr. H. L. Harrison of Park
place, will depart on January
                                        who recently underwent an ap-
                                        pendectomy, arrived home from
                                        Orange Memorial Hospital on
                                        Christmas Eve. Jane is a stu-
                                                                           Howe, is home from the Gro-
                                                                           ton School.
                                                                              Joseph Hixson Jr., is home
                                                                                                                   ART           MATERIALS
                                                                                                             Decorative Painters Supplies
                                                                                                                                                          As winter settles down over
                                                                                                                                                      Canoe Brook Farms, whether
                                                                                                                                                      the roads are snowy, icy or
                                                                                                                                                      open, the good old milk truck
1st for West Palm Beach, Fla.,          dent at Centenary Junior Col-      from the Choate School, Wal-      817 MllUnini Ave.    Mllllillrn 0-1581   manages to make the grade to
where he will spend the Win-            lege.                              lingford, Conn., for the holi-                                             your door. Come holiday time,
ter. His granddaughter, Miss                            *                                                                                             Canoe Brook Farms, wishes all
Marjorie Harrison, a-student at           Mrs. Niel A. Weathers of                                                                                    a Merry Christmas.
Penn Hall, Chambersburg, Pa.,
is spending the /holidays with
                                        Highland avenue, entertained
                                        at a family dinner on Christ-
                                                                                     UNREPLACEABLES                                                                       •
                                                                                                                                                           Use that Christmas check for
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sum-          mas, Day.                                    Small collection of Swedish glass and other                      a picture of Junior. Keep a
ner D. Harrison, also of the                                                      imported decorative accessories.                                    fond remembrance of his child-
Park place address.                       Mrs. William J. Holtmeier of                                                                                hood days. Mr. and Mrs. Bacon,
                •                       Hawthorne road, entertained at                                        by                                      East Orange, are master photo-
   Mrs. Charles E. Mitchell of          luncheon and bridge on Friday                                                      109 SUMMIT AVENUE,         graphers of children.
                                        for Mrs. Walter Garrigal, Mrs.                                                         SUMMIT, N, J.
Washington avenue, departed                                                     ELEANOR PRICE                             TELEPHONE SU. 0-3330                            •
on Saturday, by motor for Da-           M. E. Bay, Mrs. Henry Elber-                                                                                       Gals who are working at the
                                                                                             Membor American Institute oC Decora-toi'H
rien, Conn., to visit her step          feld, Mrs. W. W. McKee of                                                                                     art of being glamorous, are
                                                                                                                                                      filling the booths and dryers at
                                                                                                                                                      Charlotte's Beauty Salon. Char-
                                                                                                                                                      lotte's is just about the most
                                                                                                                                                      popular Beauty Salon I know.
                                                                                                                                                      For about a week ahead of
                 MEMBER FEDERAL                                                                               MEMBER                                  Christmas and New Year's,
                DEPOSIT INSURANCE                                                                        FEDERAL RESERVE                              there is a steady stream of cus-
                                                                                                                                                       tomers getting slicked up for
                   CORPORATION                                                                               SYSTEM                                   the occasion. (Evelyn tells me
                                                                                                                                                      the new Bix perfume sticks
                                                                                                                                                      have been going over in a big-
                                                                                                                                                           Dr. E. M, Hinton, headmaster
                                                                                                                                                       of Carteret School, West Orange,
                                                                                                                                                       and Mrs. Hinton, entertained
                                                                                                                                                       the faculty and their wives and
                                        DURING 1942.                                                                                                   husbands at their usual Christ-
                                                                                                                                                       mas party this month. Holiday
                                                                                                                                                       time finds faculty and student
                                                                                                                                                       body enjoying vacation.
                                                                                                                                                           No wonder Barberry Corner
                                                Yje would like to extend our relationships with residents                                              Tea Room is doing such a land
                                            of this area. We invite you to consider The Summit Trust Com-                                              office business, I attended a
                                                                                                                                                       dinner party there recently. All
                                            pany as a desirable place for you to:                                                                      the guests raved about their
                                                                                                                                                       Sunday dinner. When possible,
                                                                                                                                                       reserve your table in advance.
                                                       Open a checking account                                                                             Millburn Cleaners assisted the
                                                                                                                                                       High School with their reno-
                                                       Start a savings account                                                                         vation of toys to bring Christ-
                                                       Borrow money on a sound basis                                                                   mas cheer. They cleaned wooly
                                                                                                                                                        teddy bears, dolls, etc. Speaking
                                                       Appoint our Trust Department as agent or                                                         of the holiday season, are your
                                                       trustee to handle securities and property                                                        clothes cleaned and pressed for
                                                                                                                                                        parties? Call Millburn 6-2000.
                                                       Rent a safe deposit box          . y.                                                                               *
                                                                                                                                                           Trust your Bye Physicians'
                                                                                                                                                        prescription to Anspach Br
                                                 Our prosperity during the coming year will be merely a re-                                             in Summit. Anspach are mem-
                                                                                                                                                        bers of Guild of Prescription;
                                            flection of your own. Come in and talk with us.                                                             Opticians. They make, fit ana
                                                                                                                                                        adjust your glasses to insure
                                                                                                                                                        the greatest comfort. Don't
                                                                                                                                                        hesitate to ask their advice.
                                                                                                                                                            The holiday spirit reigns su-
                                                                                                                                                        preme at The First National
                                                                                                                                                        Bank of Millburn. Christmas
                                                                                                                                                        tree, wreathes and garlands add
                                                                                                                                                         to the festive season. The per-
                                                                                                                                                         sonnel of First National Bank,
                                                                                                                                                        honor Santa Claus, the "indis-
                                                                                                                                                         pensible man." They wish their

                                                                                                                                                         customers a Merry Christmas,
                                                                                                                                                         and suggest everybody buy De-
                                                                                                                                                         fense Bonds. Member F.D.I.C.
                                                                                                                                                            Folks who shop at Muir's Kast
                                                                                                                                                         Orange, s o o n b e c o m e ac-
                   Ohe SUMMIT TRUST COMPANY                                                                                                              quainted with the "Muirlyn"
                                                                                                                                                         Dress Shop, street floor, for
                                                                                                                                                         tastefully designed inexpensive
                                               E S T A B L I S H E D                        1 8 9 1                                                      North - or - South dresses. Visit
                                                                                                                                                          the j^/uirfield" Shop, too, for
                                                                                                                                                          spoitand play clothes either
                                                                                                                                                          for N o r t h l a n d or Tropics.
                                                                                                                                                          Tickets for J. M, Whitfield at
                                                                                                                                                          Millburn Theatre, week Dec, 29.
                                                                                                                                                      .   :•'.';•/   • • .   '   V   •. . : . : . . ! M r , - • • • • ' " • • •   ,       "
                                                                       The Mtllbum & Short Hills ITEM                                         [December 0.6, 1941|tc

                           To All Our Friends:
                           Heartiest Best Wishes
                                                                                     May a full measure of
                           for a Merry Christmas
                                               New      Year                         joys be yours for this
                                                                                     Yuletide season.

     1>L \ K . N I' KS
                                                                           A. LEO KAHN, D. D. S.

                         If all the good wishes
                         in the world were put
                         together they'd express
                                                                                     We wish for you all                                                                    w
                                                                                     the happiness and good                             All of us join in wish-            bi
                         our holiday greetings                                                                                                                             wi
                                                                                     fortune that you could                             ing all of you the very
                         to you.                                                                                                                                           Cl
                                                                                     possibly wish for your-                            best of the season.                N<
                                                                                                                   >eaicM>S B E S T
                                                                                     self.                             n i c umi'iioM

 RADIO SALES CORP-                                                            THE CROCKERS                            MILLER'S MARKET

                            •     :.           •Site-              :

                          To all of you whom we
                          have faithfully endeav-                                                                                       Here's,   wishing you a
                                                                                     We extend best wishes                              holiday    season crowned
                          ored to serve for many
                                                                                     for   a truly  Merry                             , with      jollity,  merri-
                          years - - - a very Merry
                                                                                     Christmas and a very                           , , ment,     and all good
                         "Christmas,                                                                                                                                  wi
                                                                                     Happy New Yfcar.                                   things.

     HITTER'S BAKERY                                                       J. H. SCHMIDT & SON                                  MARIO'S

                                                                                                                                        The   entire staff joins
                         Good luck, good fun,                                         As the chimes ring,                               in sending you wishes         To
                         and good health be                                           may they bring in a.
                                                                                                                                        for   the    merriest of      ia
                         yours from Christmas                                         perfect New > Year f o r '                                             v
 CHRISTUM* C«UR                                                                                                                         Holidays.
                          on.                                                         you.                                                                           tsin

     OLD MILL GARAGE                                                          LITTLE HOUSE                             DRAPKIN'S
                                                                                ALDERNEY                           DEPARTMENT STORE


                                Merry     Christmas                                   With   heartiest   greet-                         May    the spirit of
                                                                                                                                        Christmas, with its at-
                                         and                                          ings for a very merry                                                          at
                                                                                                                                        tendant cheer, be with
                           A Happy New Year                                           holiday season.                                   you always thru the           t.

                                        to All                                                                                          coming year.                 of


                                                                            BARBERRY CORNER                        SUBURBAN MILLWORK
 EMILYS BARBER &IXOP                                                            TEAROOM                              AND SUPPLY CO.
Mijber 26, 1941]                The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM

                                                                                            To those with .whom
                                                                                            we,: have differed;- To
                                                                                            those ;,whom we have'
                                We express the wish                                         served because of their
                                that this be your very                                      confidence • in • us; and
                                merriest of all • Christ-                                   to all of our friends' —
                                niases.                                                     A Merry Christmas!

                                                                                                  ARTHUR J. WILEY
                                 JOHNSON'S PHARMACY                                               Real Estate & Insurance Broker


                                Here's a friendly wish
'ith k i n d r e m e m -
•ance and all good
                                for a happy Christmas                                       Our sincere wish is              CRHMIBS
                                und the best of luck in                                     t h a t t n ;i s Christmas
ishes for a Merry
                                the New Year.
nristmas and a bright                                                                       may be one of dreams
sw Year.                 Zgjs                                                               come true.

   WILLIAM GELJACK                     DOROTHY EARL                                          GARGOYLE BOOKSHOP
               JEWELER                 BEAUTY SALON

                                                                                            We offer you the sea-
                                                                                            son's greetings, in. all
ishing you all a joy-             The jolliest, holliest
                                                                                            sincerity."-•-•—••• •      •
1 Christmas and best            of Christmases to you.
shes for the New
                                                                        d K S * •«•*«•*

                                          MILLBURN                                                  UNION COUNTY
  KHALAF CLEANERS                       COAL & OIL CO.                                            COAL & LUMBER CO.

                                Merry Christmas and a                                       Good cheer, good luck,
  one and all — A  •
ippy Christmas. This            Happy New Year to all.                * *•                  and    may ; happy      days
an old, old wish, but                                                                       be yours.               ;•'.••
icere, from
                                                                             <O> IE I I .

                                          :   •   :   .   ;   .   •

 CANOE BROOK FARMS                     ROSE GALBRAITH                                           J $ MILLBURN
    INCLUDING ALL THE COWS             AND ETTA HOWES                                        & StIORT HIJ.LS ITEM

                                                                                            Again •the'hdlfday sea-
 ie Holiday season is                                                                       son is with us, giving
                                Air the best of every-                                      us the opportunity to
   hand, and we hope                                                                        extend our apprecia-
  contains a multitude    to    thing is our wish for                                       tion for,•7a;^y£^M of
   blessings for you.           you.                                                        p i e a sant c^'J3er,atipn
                                                                                            and b u r v e r y b e s t
                                                                        SI O5OI14 B « l
                                                                                            wishes for the coming
                                                                                            New Year.

 CORNELL GROSSMAN                      DAVE'S MARKET                                                           BAIRD'S
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                                                                          visiting his son and daughter-                                               Mrs.  Joseph G. Doty of 206
                                  South Mountain                          in-law, Mr, and Mrs. F. ,H.                                                Millburn avenue, has concluded
                                                                          Troup of 22 Undercliff road.           Miss Dorothea Gould                 a five weeks' stay in Chicago
                                                                          Mr. Troup's sister, Miss Mildred                                           with her son-in-law and daugh-
                                                                          Troup of Norwood, Ohio, will                                               ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wales.
                                                                          spend the Christmas holidays           Soldier's Bride                                    *
                                                                          with her brother and sister-in-                                              Mr. and Mrs. Ake Wulferona
                                                                          law. Other guests at dinner on           Mr. and Mrs. Owen C. Gould        of 305 Millburn avenue, at-
                                                                          Christmas Day, Mr. and Mrs.            of 54 Undercliff road, announce     tended a family dinner on
                                                                          Troup will be Mr. and Mrs. W.          the marriage of their daughter,     Christmas at the home of the
                                                       OF THE \/EEK       J. Langan of Maplewood.                Miss Dorothea Gould to Staff        latter's father,   Mr. Joseph
                                                                                           *                     Sergeant James Ramsell on D e -     Schwarz of Westfield.
                              By Edith Clifford                             Miss Dorothy Robinson, the           cember 14 at Oakdale, La. The
                                                                          daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.         ceremony was performed in t h e         Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H.
           Leighton Home, a student at Mrs. Walling of New Vernon, Robinson, of 17 South Moun-                   Methodist Church with the p a s -   Rupprecht of 30 Blaine street,
     the University of Technology, in Mr. W. E. Palardy of Spring- tain road, a student at Mid-                  tor, officiating.                   announce the birth of a second
     Atlanta, Ga., will return to his field, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Hoel- dlebury College, Vermont, is                The bridegroom is the son         son, David John, on December
     studies on January 3rd after zels of East Orange.                   spending the holidays with her          of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ramsell       6, at St. Barnabas Hospital.
     spending the Christmas holi-                       *                parents. She will return to col-        of Friendship, N. Y. * Sergeant     Their other son is named Peter.
     days with his parents, Mr. and       Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Tellier lege on January 6th,                                                                              *
                                                                                                                 Ramsell is attached to Camp
     Mrs.     Leighton Home, of 505 and daughters Patricia and                            *                      Clayborne near Alexandria, L-a.          Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howse and
     Wyoming avenue. Leighton en- Barbara of Whittingham ter-               Mr. and Mrs. Reginald V.             The ' couple will make their        children Marjorie, A. E. Jr., and
     tertained friends at an open-      race, departed on Sunday for                                                                                 Robert of Lexington, Mass., ar-
                                                                         Spell, of 938 Ridgewood road,           home in Oakdale.
     house party on Tuesday. On Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where will entertain some of their                                                            rived on Tuesday, to spend
     Christmas Day, Mr. and Mrs.        they will remain for a month.                                                                                Christmas and the holiday
                                                        •                friends at an open house party                                              week-end with Mrs. Rowse's
     Home will have a family din-
     ner party at their home.             Miss Doris Stryker, daughter on Christmas Day. Their son,
                                        of the E. S. Strykers of South- Reginald Jr., is home from
                                                                                                                 Millburn                            brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
                                                                                                                                                     and Mrs. B. C. Russell of Bod-
          Mr. and Mrs. Victor Oechler, ern Slope drive, is home from Mississippi State College for                It will be a busy holiday sea-     well terrace.
     of 872 Ridgewood road, enter- the University of North Caro- the holidays. He will return to                son for the Herbert P. Whit-                           •
     tained Christmas Eve at a lina, Greensboro, N. C, for the school on January 4th,                           mores and son Kenneth of 20               Mr. and Mrs. John L. McNa-
     family gathering for about six- holidays.                                           *                                                           mara of 18 Duncan street, were
                                                                           Miss Dolores Johnson, daugh-         Bodwell terrace.    Arriving on
     teen.                                             •                                                        Thursday were Mr. and Mrs.           hosts at dinner on Sunday.
                      *                   Mr. and Mrs. John H. Trev- ter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles K.             George Touraine of Bridgeport,       Guests were Mrs. McNamara's
         Leonard and Donald Schley, enen of Mountainview road, Johnson, of 16 South Mountain                    Conn. The Touraines will r e -       mother, Mrs. John Charmley
     sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. will have as guests on Christ- road, is spending the Christmas                  main for the week-end.       On      of Short Hills and Mr. and Mrs.
     Schley of Rawley place, stu- mas day Mrs. L. Trevenen and holidays with her parents. She                   Christmas, other guests at a         Henry Hoffman and Mr, and
     dents at Duncan School, Great Miss Betty Trevenen of East Is a student at the Woman's                      Christmas dinner included Mr.        Mrs.    Edward Hoffman of New
     Barrington, Mass., are at home Orange, Mr. and Mrs. John C. College of the University of                   and Mrs. H. B. Smith a n d           York City.
     for the holidays.                 Blair of Irvington, Mr. George North Carolina. Her brother,
                      •                                                                                         daughter Sylvia of Chatham,                          •       •••;•

    , Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Braun of      Blair of Newark, and Mr. and Charles, is home from the Uni-              Mr. and Mrs. George Thayser            Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson of
                                                                        versity of Ohio to spend the                                                 377 Millburn avenue, have re-
     748 Ridgewood road will enter- Mrs, Martin F. Bretl of Chica- holiday season with his par-                 and son Kenneth and Mrs. Au-
     tain at an egg-nog party on go. On Monday, Mrs. Trevenen , ents.                                           gusta Shearman of East Orange.       ceived word from their son
    Sunday between 4 and 7. Their will entertain at bridge for Miss                      •                                      *                    Earl T. Pearson, a Marine at
     guests will be: Mr. and Mrs. W. Gertrude Gort and Miss Betty          Miss Audrey Mitscher, daugh-           Mrs.  Milton Freiman of 340        Pearl Harbor, that he is safe.
     Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ait-    Ashton of East Orange, and                                               Millburn avenue, is spending                             •
     ken of Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.    George Kimbel of West ter of Mr. and Mrs. William                  the holidays with her parents,          THELMA McKELL and' June
                                       Orange.                          Mitscher, Jr., of Ridgewood                                                  Sleeper of Short Hills are home
    Charles H. Coles and Mr. and                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rosenfeld of
                                                                        road, is enjoying the Christmas                                              from Denison University, Gran-
    Mrs.     John Tench of Hartford,     Mr. Charles P. Troup of Up- holidays with her parents. She             Richmond, Va,, Mrs. Freiman
    Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kissling and per Sandusky, Ohio, will ar-                                                 has joined them for Christmas        ville, O., for the Christmas va-
    Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wallace of rive Saturday to spend a month will return to Pembroke College,                 and the week-end.                    cation.           "     '•
    Irvington, Mr. and Mrs,, John                                       Providence, R. I. on January
     Voight and Mr. and Mrs. Mul-                                       4th.
     ford Birdsall of South Orange,
     Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of
     Newark, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
     Bradshaw of Chatham, Mr. and

                                                     THE LICIT THAT MUST NOT FAIL
                                                             At the Christmas season our thoughts center around the
                                                         home, sfhd all it has stood for in America, security, peace, good-
                                                          will to men. So this year more than ever our hearts will go out
                                                          to those who are bereaved or suffering in our own nation and
             This Is One \                                                                                  ;

                                                              In America there is a light which must not fail, a spirit which ....
            Christmas for
                                                          jnitRj be preserved despite hardship and adversity. I t is a light,
              Sentiment                                   virich. must Bhine to guide all people, no matter how dark or dia-
r       This is the time to be                            t .a their course, like the perpetual beacon of a lighthouse.
        with loved ones — to
        clasp hands and renew
        pledges of friendship -~-                              This is a year of tremendous struggles in which each of us            -
        to be frankly sentimen-
        tal. This is Christmas,                            must play our part. The democratic system is rooted deep, but
        and at no other time in
        the year do warm feel-                             we must sacrifice to make it live.
        ings and fond words
        seem more f i t t i n g !
        M e r r y Christmas and                                As a company we are striving to do our share through better
        Happy New Year, say
        we, from the bottom of                             gas and electric service, by providing defense industries with
        our hearts!                                        more power, and by contributions in time, money and effort, by
                                                           the cpatpany and its employees to'the nation we are all serving.

                                                                                           POWER & LIGHT CO.
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                                 tain on Christmas Day at a                                                 burn, will entertain for 65 at a               day afternoon,- (December 24)
Wyoming                          family dinner. Their guests will
                                 be Mrs. Read's mother and
                                                                       Short Hills                          housewarming. Mrs. Wheaton
                                                                                                            is the former Miss Dorothy Gil-
                                                                                                                                                           by those members of the New
                                                                                                                                                           Jersey Bell Telephone Com-
                                                                          Vance Lauderdale, a student       bert Yard of Maplewood.
  Miss Barbara Jagels, a stu- sister, Mrs. D. R. Hill of Jack-         at Harvard, is spending the                          •
                                                                                                                                                           pany's statewide organization,
dent at Middlebury College, son Heights, and Miss Helene               holidays with his parents, Mr.          Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fryling
                                                                                                                                                           who could be spared from their
Middlebury, Vt., arrived home Hill of New York City; Mrs.                                                   of Wellington avenue, West,
                                                                                                                                                           jobs at the moment, to join in
on Friday, for holidays. She is Read's brother, Mitchell Hill,         and Mrs. Vance Lauderdale of                                                        Christmas Carols which have
the daughter of Mrs. A. T. also Miss Dorothy Alford and                Forest drive. The Lauderdales        announce the birth of a son,                   become a tradition in the com-
Bruce of Sagamore road.          Benjamin Bostick all of New           held their annual Christmas          Richard Jr., born December 10                  pany. The telephone Carol sing-
                •                York City. As a special guest,        Carol Singing on Sunday.             at Orange Memorial Hospital.                   ing took place from 1 to 1:15
  Miss Jean Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Read have invited                           •                    Mrs. Fryling is the former Miss                o'clock, and was broadcast by
Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Kern of a soldier from Fort Dix.                  Pam Nixon and Ewe Weath-           Joyce Richards of Maplevroods.                 Station WOR.
88 Mountainview avenue, will                      *                    ers, will entertain for forty at                    ¥
entertain at a tea on December     Miss K a t h . e r i n e O'Brien,   a Christmas Holiday party to-           "TIME OUT" was taken for
                                                                       night before the Summit Holi-
30th from 4 to 6 for about fifty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. How-
of her classmates from Mill- ard A. O'Brien of 79 Chestnut
burn High School. Mrs. Edward street, is entertaining at a tea
                                                                       day Dinner-Dance at Canoe
                                                                       Brook Country Club. It will be
                                                                                                            fifteen minutes early Wednes-
                                                                                                                                                             DR. DAVID EUAN
                                                                                                                                                            SURGEON CHIROPODIST
H. Heeb, of Bloomfield, will on New Year's Day from five
pour.                            to seven at her home.
                                                                       an hors d'oeuvres party in the
                                                                       Rumpus Room of the Fred W.
                                                                       Nixons on Taylor road. Ewe is
                                                                                                               PICTURES FRAMED                              is pleased to announce *the
                                                                                                                                                            removal of his office to the
                *                  Miss Phylis Hansen, a student                                             IN THE ESTABLISHMENT
                                                                       the daughter of Mrs. Niel A.             Artistically finished with                     THEATRE BUILDING
  William Struning, son of Mr. at Skidmore College, daughter           Weathers of Highland avenue.
and Mrs. William C. Struning of Mr. and Mrs. A. Arnold Han-                                                  finer type mouldings to har-                       350 Millburn Avenue
of 63 Maple street who is spend- sen, will be hostess at a tea on        On Saturday, December 27,           monize with the subject.                         Telephone Millburn 6-1772
ing the Christmas holidays with Christmas Day at her home 88           Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wheaton,                                                                Hours: 0 In 1 —• 2 to (1
his parents, will return to Co- Cedar street. Miss Mary Lou            of East lane, formerly of Mill-       Decorative Painters Supplies                   Tuesday .'mil Thuffiday M.J11 8 P. M,
lumbia University on January Hansen, sister of Miss Phylis,                                                  811   Millburn A v e .   IUIIIIMHH   ill'Ml          ESTABLISHED 8 TEAKS
6th.                             who attends Pennsylvania State         'At Your
  Rev. and Mrs. Ralph H. Read, College, is spending the Christ-
of Wyoming avenue, will enter- mas holidays with her parents.                          BAND
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                                                                                                                                 TABLE LINENS
                                                                                                                      laundered in Morey LaRue's
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                           MOM FOR                                                                                          Every woman who entertains likes to be
                                                                                                                          proud of her table settings. That is why
                                                                                                                          Morey LaRue created the Hostess Service for
                                                                                                                          special laundering: of fine choice table linens.
                           IF SO, use it to full advantage! Buy                                                             You'll be thrilled when you see how lovely
                                                                                                                          your table linens are finished. Everything1 is
                           those things that will bring you lasting                                                       completely hand^ironed . . . monograms and
                                                                                                                          embroidered designs are finished by special
                           comfort and convenience — such as                                                              methods to make them show up well. Cloths
                                                                                                                          are folded with soft wide folds to avoid sharp
                           modern gas appliances!                                                                         creases . . . napkins are carefully finished
                                                                                                                          with square true corners.
                              Buy things that will serve you well
                                                                                                                            Your linens are returned sealed in a trans-
                           for a long time. For example—a mod-                                                            parent wrapping to keep fresh, clean and un-
                                                                                                                          wrinkled until used.
                           ern gas range—a modern gas refrig-
                                                                                                                            Decide now to ask for Morey LaRue's
                           erator—a modern automatic gas water                                                            Hostess Servicexthe next time you are ready
                                                                                                                          to have your favorite table linens laundered.
                           heater (which keeps hot -water on tap                                                          You are sure to be pleased.
                           at the faucet, day and night, for only
                           a few cents daily).                                                                                FREE TELEPHONE SERVICE—CAIX "WX-1700"

                              Christmas money will buy a great
                           deal of happiness and comfort if you
                           buy modern gas appliances. Visit your
                           nearest Public Service showroom.
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                                Buy U. S. Defense Bonds or Stamps
                                                                                                                      Daily service in Millburn, Short Hills and all
                                                                                                                                  points In Essex County

                                                                                                              ITEM WAJST ADS USING KUSULTS.                 DON'T FORGET T U B SMAI.I, A j ) 8 <
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                                                                                                                           done things for these boys that
                                                                                                                           home and school did not do and
                                                                                               Defense                     the nation will be the better
                                                                                                                           for it.
 MILLBURN &>                                                                                      in                           Compulsory military training- "The tlnnrh£s corf^'y/tfeHWalriiH aald

 SHOR T HILLS                                            TEM               oooooo<:
                                                                                               The News
                                                                                                                          has its good points and I be- "To lalk of many things;
                                                                                                                                                              or shoes — und ships — and sealing w o
                                                                                                                          lieve it should be made a last- (.) f (>a, b li a u^fl —• and k J n &a."
                                                                                                                          ing part of our - life. It is a
                                                                                       (By "Millburn Defense Council) change of front I admit, but this

                           Founded in 1888
                                                                                          At a meeting held Monday is a time of change as witness
                                                                                       afternoon members of the coun- our          government
                                                                                      cil submitted preliminary esti- union membership if one would
                                                                                                                                                   compelling         The Walrus
          THE MILLBURN and SHORT HILLS ITEM Is published every Friday by
          The It&m Publishing and Printing Company, a corporation, at 249 Main
                                                                                      mates of financial needs for work.                                      One thing is common to all
          Street, Millburn, N. J,        Editor, II. G. More.   Advertising Manager,  local defense and pending the           Of the two I prefer military ' • laps,
          Witlurd H, Buef.zner. Official newspaper of the Township or Millburn.
          Subscription fates, by mail, postpaid; One year Uvo dollars; six months,    possible receipt of federal or service but that is a matter of To everlastingly trim the Japs.
          ono dollar; payable hi advance. Single copies five cents each. Entered      state monies indications point taste and sentiment.                     If we have to work the harder
          In Hie Post Office In Millburn, N. J., as Second-Class Mall MaLter.                                                            SOLDIER FATHER We will do it for Pearl Harbor.
                                                                                      toward a request to the Town-
                                 'l'.-l.i.lMiHf: MlUbuni 6-1200                       ship Committee to earmark a                           •
                                                                                                                                                                 Times have sure changed —                     •
                                                                                      considerable sum for defense Editor, The Item:                          The tired man or woman is to-
                                                                                                                              I wonder if the Board of Edu-
Keep Calm                                                                             needs.
                                                                                                        *                 cation sees the lengths to which
                                                                                                                                                              day the envy of neighbors and
                                                                                                                                                              the community.
                                                                                          Mrs. Bartron, newly appointed   this war may effect teaching-
         "War" —• There is a word to conjure with .The first weeks of member to the Council in her staffs? Will there be enough                                  "Time to retire" no longer
 America's actual participation have already played havoc with capacity as Red Cross head young men available for teach- means a thing, in fact you
 our ordered ways of life and this is but the beginning.                              was requested to unify the work ing now for it to adhere to an can't do it if you want to.
         The first draft order of 1942 will in all probability take more
 Millburn men than all of the 1941 calls rolled into one. There will                  normally done by the Red Cross age limit set two years ago?
  be fresh scrutiny of deferred lists and new age limits will insure a in time of disaster so that                            Perhaps the board should           I used to envy the man who
 steady flow of youth from the community.                                             there would be no duplication give serious thought to chang- had two cars in .his garage, but
         Defense bonds that set out to be sold on a please buy" basis                                                     ing its retirement limit so as no more. He's just in for double
"are to be placed in almost the "must" catagory and if we fail of efforts between the twoto retain older persons just as trouble,
 to respond, we will be but adding to our tax load for the freight agencies.                                                                                                            *
 must be paid and "Jones" is dead.                                                        The Council is gratified with industry is letting down the             This was is sure a leveler,
         As the case stands today no one knows whether it is even the fine response to the call bars to men once thought un-
 safe to count on a bike for transportation and most of us need                                                                                               the man with a rubber , tired
 something beside shanks mares.                                                       for a general registration con- employable if over 50.                  lawn mower now envying, mie
        In peace a high standard of living is something to brag about ducted on December 19, 20, 22                                             EMPLOYER
 but in times like these we find we have forgotten a lot and that and 23. Approximately 600 regis-                                          •j-               and my old iron wheeled clat-
-getting down to brass tacks is harder even than keeping up with tered "for voluntary service of                              MISS SHIRLEY MOULTON, ter trap.                                               :''
  the neighbors.                                                                                                                                                 Once I looked longingly at
         The Defense Council says "Keep Calm," Those of us who went some sort. An analysis and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
  through and remember World War I, can vouch for the accuracy tabulation of registrants will be Joseph A, Moulton, 147 Glen those quiet cushion wheeled
  of the Council's advice.                                                            started shortly and lists fur- avenue, is home, from Cedar barrows turned out with more
                                                                                     nished to each committee chair- Crest College, Allentown, Penn- chrome trim than.a car, but to-
                                                                                     man        for use. Volunteer sylvania, for the Christmas day the old wood wheeled re-                                 ;
           School Budget                                                             registrars are extended sin- holidays.
                                                                                     cere thanks for their services.
                                                                                                                                                              built looks pretty good.

                                                                                                                                                                Pushing it around no one can
                                                                                                                                                                                                       •.   • {•

        The new school budget is well counclled and as residents later                                                                                        accuse me of lack of patriotism
  come to read it in detail they must agree a lot of surface has been                    During the period from De-
  covered with little added material.                                                cember 23-January 4 calls to
         Capital outlay has gone by the board as with the rest of us, the local defense headquarters
                                                                                                                             Letter Tells of                  and on this point I have a
                                                                                                                                                              word also.
  surplus has been tapped for $1,000 more than last year, again just in Washington School should                                                                                        *
  as you and me, and other items have been trimmed.
         From all of tlu^s have come salary increases for teachers and be directed to the Police Head-
                                                                                                                             English Children                      James Q. and Patrick X.
 others and provision for higher costs in materials and supplies quarters, Millburn 6-2100."                                                                  Walrus are now in the Navy
  aggregating when all* is told, not far from $20,000, with new                                                              Another letter of apprecia- and attached to the Arctic pa-
  money of about $7,000 asked to balance the budget,                                    The next meeting of the tion has just come from Eng- trol around Alaska. •
         We hope some day may see just what a trained education Council will be held Thursday, land to Parents of the Esther                                             • ... ;.Vrri initfcdtt-i a n r ' '
  can do in giving boys and girls the maximum in learning at the January 8 at the temporary                                                                     The last we heard they were
  minimum of cost. What he could lop from present costs might Defense Headquarters in Wash- Ann Nursery School of Summit. being assigned to the one-man
  amaze and what would be lacking in essentials of culture and                                                           Last Spring the P.-T. A. put on sub squadron which fits them
  knowledge again might astonish.                                                    ington School,                      a Benefit Card Party and Fash- right into their native element.
         When the time comes that the shoe is pinching Superintendent                    Amateur radio operators and ion Show, and sent to Mrs.
  Patterson may be told to really show what he has in his bag of station owners who desire to                                                                    The island of Yap hasn't fig-
  tricks after years of preparation and study.                                                                           Edith Thomas of Somerset,
         Then we may learn what hobbies in education have cost and volunteer their services in case England, $75.00 to be used for ured in the war news as yet,
  what we can save by getting down to business.                                      of emergency are invited to her evacuated children.                      but wait, the boys may meet a
                                                                                     contact Officer Archie Currey           Although written before our Jap there yet. *
                                                                                      at police headquarters, Leroy entry into t h e War, this letter            Now a word on how to profit
 Raise That Quota                                                                     Vanderford of Sagamore road has arrived at a time when
                                                                                     .or Robert M. Morris of 22 world events have joined us                   in our national emergency —
                                                                                                                                                              Buy a Defense bond today and
         Responding to the Red Cross appeal hundreds of residents Mountainview road.                                      even closer to the boys and lay it away against the time
   are pushing the ball that must roll up to $20,000 proportion to Fire Chief J. David Hayes in girls in Britain. Mrs. Thomas'
   equal the Township's quota.                   ,          :.                                                                                                 when . rubber will again be
                                                                                      another column submits in-
         Millburn can and will reach its goal for all hearts are with the formation of value pertinent to letter follows:                                      available.
   Red Cross in war as in peace. Ever at the forefront in emergency                                                       Dear Mrs. Norton:                                             • > '
   there has yet to be criticism of its work OP* of its finances. A pub- the handling of incendiary                           "I was so very delighted to        You never can buy a new
   lic organization that can attain to such a' record has earned it bombs.                                                get your letter of September tire if you don't save and buy-
   doubly.                       -                              .
         Put your shoulder to the task today and speed the money of                       Chief Hayes requests all 27th, and t h e photos are.lovely. ing bonds is the safest and sur-
   its point of need.                                                                  Christmas tree lights be turned I have shown them to all the est way to avoid a blowout.
                        •                                             k                Off when no one is at home as children and read your letter                                      •
                                                    of 1940, Neither of those as- a blackout safeguard.                    to them, and we have talked a         Buy today, lay it away; it
  Tt own Board                                       sertions is true."
                                                       The letter contends that the    Editor, The Item:
                                                                                                         •                 lot about you. I do wish we won't bounce but it can still
                                                                                                                           could send some photos to you,' be your rubber bond.
                                                                                                                           but it is impossible to get
      (Continued from Page one)                      sum of $16,17 was saved in pre- Waste in America must end. photos printed, so no use tak-                                          •
                                                                                       Rubber, glass, metal and even                                           again. They are dear little
  •^township Committee relative miums by reducing the stated waste paper must be conserved. ing them. You will see by the
                                                     value of the equipment and                                                                                souls and in our stable we have
        insurance.                                                                         With Christmas here a lot of enclosed letters j that your 56 now aged 4 to. 10, and just
     -The letter stated the commit- that a further reduction of wrappings that would ordinarily money is still buying for the the two of us struggling to keep
  tee h a d used the report "to $91.85 credited to the new up in smoke should be hus-kiddies, clothes, which they everything going, so' you can
•criticize us unfairly and to mis- representative was in reality ef- banded for future use or for re- could otherwise never have had. understand what a Godsend
  represent the facts,"                Bunnell fected by Bunnell Brothers in working to ease the present ex- I have spent a lot of the money your generous gift has been. I
  Brothers were managing agents making a routine inspection isting shortage.                                                on boot and shoe repairs, and have still about 4 pounds 10 left
  for the insurance requirements and discovering the disposition                           Save, save, save! This is also spent six pounds a few and I can assure you I shall
  of t h e Township until the of the truck although the something we civilians can do weeks ago on very easy story spend it as carefully as ever I
  change to the firm of A. W.proper Township officials had to speed both defense and vic- books with pictures. We have no can.
  Marshall & Co., of Newark was                                                         tory.                               toys here a t all for the little     Today being Armistice Day,
                                                     failed to notify them of that                                          ones to play with and we are most of the children had a
  made last April.                                   fact.                                              Richard Lewis.
     Stating that "Gross inaccura-                                                                                          still working , in our converted poppy, we have been" gathering
                                                       In conclusion the Bunnels                     ,   :   •   •   .   *

                                                                                                                            stable. We try and make it as together the pennies to buy
  cies appear in your Report un-
                                                     stated "we are obliged to say Editor, The Item:
  der the headings of "Automo-
                                                     that your report and the man-         The" holidays' have brought cheery as possible, with flow- them for a long time, and we
 biles, Surety Bonds and Fire                                                                             1                 ers, and gay curtains, and we have done our best to make it
                                                     ner in which it was prepared many of our young soldiers have borrowed an old piano!
 Insurance" the firm contended                                                          home on leave and how notice-                                          a day of remembrance, and a
                                                     and disseminated, is manifest- able is their bearing after a
 t h a t "You would have it ap-                                                                                                The children all look so much day of thanks to all our sol-
                                                     ly unfair and unworthy of the few months of training.
 pear that a considerable saving                                                                                            better and stronger since they diers, sailors and airmen. How
                                                     governing body of the Town-
 was made in insurance pre-                                                                 Posture, assurance, determin- have been in the country. Some very kind of all the mothers to
                                                     ship.                               ation, have taken the place of of them come from dreadfully organize that Card Party for us.
oniums by virtue of current ap-
 praisals made of equipment and                                                          laxness in carriage and thought. poor homes, and we have a few, Do please tell them what a
 t h a t we were a t fault because                     HONOR is worth its danger None with whom I have talked whose parents have never writ- tremendous lot of pleasure,
 Insurance was still in effect on and its cost, and life is worth- speak ill of the service and all ten to them, or sent them a their money h a s ' given and
 one piece of equipment which less without honor — G. Ber- are high on morale.                                               parcel of any sort. I fear a few how it is appreciated.
"had been disposed of in July nard Show.                                                    Army life and discipline have of them will never be claimed                             EDITH THOMAS
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 HOMEMAKER'S                                                                                                                      HEADQUARTERS
                                                                                                                                                                          through it over and over. If the
 Incendiary                                                                                    Broil Open-Face Sandwiches Fresh Blackberry                                spread is very soiled, use a
                                                                                                                                                                          second suds bath. Rinse sevei-al
                                                                                                                                                                          times in clear warm water,
 Bomb Control                                                                                  Broiling Is a Quick, Easy Method of Preparing Chiffon Cake                 pressing out the excess water'
                                                                                                                                                                          carefully and holding so that
     Fire Chief J. David Hayes is-                      Foods for Parties Or Suppers                                                     Blackberry Chiffon Layer: 1      the weight of the water does
  sues the following information                                                                                                      envelope plain unflavored gela-     not stretch the spread out of
  relative to incendiary bombs                                                                                                        tin, 1/4 cup cold water, 1/2 cup    shape. Pinning the spread on
  and their control.                                                                                                                  hot water, 1/2 cup sugar, 1 cup     a sheet before drying over the
     The incendiary now in use                                                                                                        mashed fresh blackberries, 2        line also helps to keep it even.
  weighs about two pounds and                                                                                                         teaspoons lemon juice, 1/4 tea-     Pressing usually is not neces-
  is made of magnesium, When                                                                                                          spoon salt, 2 egg whites, 1/4 cup   sary, but if you wish to accen-
  it strikes the "thermit" inside                                                                                                     sugar, 1/2 cup whipping cream.      tuate the design, press on the
  the bomb ignites and burns                                                                                                             Soften gelatin in cold water     wrong side with a cool iron.
  fiercely for about one minute                                                                                                       and dissolve in hot water. Add
  melting the magnesium case                                                                                                          1/2 cup sugar, salt, lemon juice
  which burn? for 15-20 minutes.
     It is reported an incendiary
                                                                                                                                      and mashed blackberries. Stir
                                                                                                                                      well. Cool and when mixture         Blueberry
  dropped from 5,000 feet will                                                                                                        begins to thicken, fold in stif-
  penetrate any ordinary roof
  and: underlying plaster ceiling
                                                                                                                                      fly beaten egg whites to which
                                                                                                                                      remaining 1/4 cup of sugar has
  but probably not a wooden                                                                                                           been added.
  floor . below, making the attic                                                                                                                                           This combination of sweet
                                                                                                                                         Fold in whipping cream. Have     crumbs and blueberries makes
  the most vulnerable spot in the                                                                                                     sponge cake baked in spring
  home. Removal of combustibles                                                                                                                                           a top-notch oven dessert dur-
                                                                                                                                      form pan. Pour the gelatin mix-     ing the blueberry season. Place
  from the attic is essential.                                                                                                        ture on cakes. Chill. When gela-    one and one-half cups of fresh
     Burning incendiaries cannot                                                                                                      tin layer is firm, remove side      blueberries in a large pie pan
  be extinguished except by spe-                                                                                                      of pan -and frost cake with         with one-fourth cup of .sugar.
  cial methods not ordinarily                                                                                                         whipped cream. Garnish cake         Cream four tablespoons of but-
  available in the home, but they                                                                                                     or platter with whole black-        ter until soft, then add four ad-
  can be controlled.                     /^PEN-FACE sandwiches or                     Toasted Ham and Cheese                          berries.                            ditional tablespoons of sugar
    There are two methods of                 canapes can be broiled "quick-                  Sandwiches                                 Sponge Cake Layer: 2 egg          and three-fourths cup of flour
 dealing with magnesium bombs           as-a-jiffy" for those unexpected         6 slices o£         6 thin slices                    yolks and 1 whole egg, 1 cup        and one-eighth teaspoon of
 in the home, (1) Sand and (2) guests or the informal bridge four- 12 slices of     cooked ham         of cheese                      sugar, 3 tablespoons boiling wa-    salt. Sprinkle the cirumbs over
 water. In the first method the         some. Broiling is an easy, fa3t             bread                                             ter, 1 cup cake flour, 2 tea-       the berries. Bake the crumble
 bomb is smothered by the sand          method o£ preparing hot savory            Arrange slices of ham and cheese                    spoons baking powder, 1/4 tea-      in a moderate over (3F0 de-
 and removed to a safe place            foods for a party or a meal. The on slices of bread, then broil until                         spoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla.   grees Fahrenheit) for about 40
 and in the second method a            broiling ovens of the new gas cheese is melted.                                                  Beat eggs until light, add        minutes or until the crumbs
 spray of water is played on the ranges are smokeless and preheat Potato Crisps from Electric Grill                                   sugar and hot water gradually.      are delicately brown.
 bomb, wetting down surround-          quickly. They are easy to clean, too. 1 lb. potatoes         1% cups flour                     Beat well. Sift flour and salt
 ing combustibles without caus-            Here are a few broiling recipes.   1 tap. salt             3 tbsp. butter                  and baking powder together,
 ing the bomb to burn violently.                                                  Boil potatoes, mash and while                       Add gradually to other mixture.
 The water method is the only                Broiled Cheese and Bacon
                                                                              still ..warm, add salt, butter and
                                                                              flour gradually. Mix well, knead on
                                                                                                                                      Add vanilla and pour - into         Pilaff of Shrimp
 effective procedure when the                                                                                                         spring form pan. Bake 40 min-
 fire has already spread.                 Spread a slice of bread with soft a floured board. Roll out to % inch                                                              Fry 2 teaspoonfuls of finely \
                                       cheese. Place two strips of crisped thickness, cut in strips and "broil                        utes in moderate over 350 F.)
    The isand (method: 1 —             bacon on the cheese and place on until a golden brown. Split open                                                                  chopped onion in 2 tablespoon-
 Take advantage of any protec-         the broiler pan. Toast .until bread and spread with butter. Sweet pota-                                                            fuls of butter. When the onion
 tion such as a table turned on        is browned and cheese has melted toes, or mashed turnip may be used                                                                begins to brown, add 2 table- •
 its side when approaching a           slightly.                             in this same way.                                        Salamagufidi Relish                 spoonfuls flour, and let cook to
 bomb with a pail of said. It is             Toasted Turkey Sandwich                    Broiled Frankfurter                                                               a light brown. Pour in 1 1/4 •
 reported two in fifty bombs are       1 cup diced           Mayonnaise      6 large frank-         4 dill pickles                      Wash and pare about 5 young       cupfuls broth, and 2 tablespoons
 of the explosive type which are          turkey             Sliced bread        furters           % lb. bacon,                      firm, medium-sized cucumbers.        tomato juice. Season with a
timed to go off two minutes               Chopped            Butter          6 tbsp. mustard           cut in strips                 Wash and peel about 3 Bermuda        stalk of celery, sliced carrot,
after contact. 2 — Dump three-            sweet pickle                           Parboil the frankfurters. Split                     onions. Wash about 5 medium-         few grains of thyme, and: a 1
quarters of the pail of sand on           Mix turkey with finely chopped and spread with mustard. In each                            sized green peppers, cut in          sprig of parsley, and let cook ;.
the floor, placing sand around        sweet pickle and only enough may- place a slice of pickle, close and                           halves, remove stem ends and         for 15 minutes. Strain. Add 2
                                      onnaise to moisten the mixture roll with a bacon strip. Fasten with                            seeds.
and over the bomb with a long         slightly. Spread on slices of bread. a toothpick. Place in center of                                                                cupfuls of shelled shrimp, and ;
handled shovel, shoveling the         Broil from seven to ten minutes.       broiler pan.                                               Wash and remove stem ends         return to fire and cook for :
bomb into the pail and cover-                                                           Pineapple Meringue                           from about iy2 pounds firm,          another 10 minutes.
                                             Toasted Lobster and Egg
ing it with sand from the floor.                     Sandwiches              1 egg white           1 can sliced                      green tomatoes. Drain about 8           Wash a cupful of rice in sev- .
3       Remove the bomb imme-         Vx cup finely % tsp. salt                  f. g. salt           pineapple                      large pimientos and remove any       eral waters. Heat 2 tablespoon-
diately from the building.                 chopped         1 tsp. prepared 2 tbsp. sugar          1 can cocoanut                     black     portions. Put each         Ms of butter in a large frying. \
    The water method: 1 — Use              lobster meat       mustard            Beat egg white and salt until                       through food chopper, using          pan, throw in the rice, and let
any protection available and          % cup minced            Melted but-    stiff. Add the sugar. Place on top                      coarse knife. Weigh or measure       cook for 3 minutes over a mod- j
                                           hard cooked       ter             of drained slice ol pineapple and                       each into large bowl or crock.
SPRAi? the seat of the fire. Do            egg                               cover with cocoanut. Broil until a
                                                                                                                                                                          erately slow fire. Add a little .
not use a solid stream as this                                                                                                       Add 14 cup salt and mix well.        broth and when that has been ,
                                          Mix lobster, egg, salt and mus- delicate brown in the lower part of                        Cover and let stand over night.
may cause an explosion which          tard and enough melted butter to the broiler.                                                                                       absorbed add more, a little at a •
will blow particles ov,er a 10-       make of consistency to spread.
                                                                                                                                     Drain and press out all the          time, until the rice is nearly:
20 foot radius. 2 — Tests have        Spread mixture on slices o£ but-             Pin a wall lamp over t';^ q^                      liquid. Add 2V2 cups vinegar, 1      done ("about 15 minutes). Add m
shown- that it takes at least         tered bread and broil.                    range for better Illumination.                       pound sugar, 3 tablespoons mus-      a small pinch of Spanish saf=~~1
two 2: 1-2 gallon hand extin-                                                                                                        tard seed, 1 teaspoon pepper-        fron dissolved in a little broth,
guishers to extinguish a fire re-                                                                                                    corns, crushed; tablespoon cel-      and 2. tablespoonfuls grated ]
sulting from a magnesium                                                                                                             ery seed, % cup bottled horse-       Parmesan cheese. Put half the
bomb. A 5-gallon pump tank Cranberry Meat Loaf                                 Tuna Fish Sandwiches                                  radish, and stir until sugar is      quantity of rice in an enamel \
equipped with a long hose                                                                                                            dissolved. Add drained vege-         bowl or large mould. Lay in all
would ;be better. 3 — A garden          Two cups ground cooked ham                                                                   tables and mix well. Let stand       but 6 of the shrimp drained of
                                                                                  One cup canned tuna fish,                          30 minutes. Seal in clean, hot,
hose is good but it must have (leftover), 1 pound ground raw flaked; 3 stalks celery, chopped;                                                                            most of the sauce, and then y
enough length to reach all parts veal, 1-2 cup dry bread crumbs, 1-2 canned pimiento, chopped;                                       sterilized jars.                     cover with remaining rice. Cov-
of the house, particularly the 2 eggs, 3 tablespoons chopped 1 teaspoon grated onion, 1                                                                                   er with a piece of buttered pa-
attic. However, the city water parsley, 1 teaspoon chopped tablespoon minced green pep-                                                                                   per, and place in a pan of hot :
supply may be cut off. 4 — If onion, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-8 tea- pers, enough mayonnaise to                                             To Wash Spread                      water in a moderately hot oven
chemical extinguishers are used spoon pepper, 2 cups 10-minute moisten thoroughly, bunch of                                                                                (375 F.) for 10 minutes. Un-
it is important they be of the cranberry sauce.                               watercress.                                               Hand crocheted or knitted
                                                                                                                                                                          mould onto a hot platter, and;
soda-acid or other water-solu-           Combine meat, bread crumbs,              Combine all ingredients ex-                                                             cover with the sauce in which •
tion type. Carbon Tetrachloride eggs and seasonings. Add 1-2 cept the mayonnaise and wa-                                              of course, but if you prefer to     the remaining shrimp have
or carbon dioxide extinguishers cup cranberry juice (from tercress. Mix lightly with fork.                                            bedspreads can be dry-cleaned,      been cut up,
should NOT be used in- fighting sauce), and blend. Form mix- Add mayonnaise and stir in.                                              wash them yourself, it can be
incendiary bomb fires.-              ture into loaf; bake in moderate Have slices of wholewheat bread                                 done quite successfully at home
                                     oven (375 degrees F.) for about cut rather thin. Butter one of                                   without difficulty. Use plenty             SPICY WAFFLES
               . .   *   •   •   •

                                     1 hour. Pour over remaining each two slices of bread and
                                     '   •   •   :   •   ' • ' •   •   •   ;   •   '   •   :
                                                                                                                                      of warm mild soapsuds and             Add one teaspoon of cinna-
           ONION WATER               cranberry sauce during last 15 lay leaves of cress on the bread.                                 keep the suds active during the     mon and one-quarter of a tea-
    Water in which, .onions.. hax.e. minutes of baking. Baste with Spread other piece of bread                                        entire cleansing by adding          spoon of cloves to your regu-
been boiled is excellent for sauce once or twice to glaze top with sandwich mixture and                                               more soap when the lather ap-       lar waffle receipt. When the
cleaning white paint.                O loaf.
                                       f                                                                                              pears to deaden. Immerse the        waffles are baked spread them
                                                                               press together.                                        spread and squeeze the suds         with butter mixed with honey. 7
                14 ]                                                                               The Millburn &* Short Hills ITEM                                                                           [December 26, 1941

                     * SPORTS                                                                                                                      ANYONE CAN WIN-/
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Here & There
                                                                                                                                                      op Savannah, Ga.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Bowling seems to have re-
Xmas Bowling                                                     BOWLING                                                                             WON'A CASH PRIZE
                                                                                                                                                   in ibi PEQINNER'S CUM of
                                                                                                                                                  M BRUNSWICK*SPOO
                                                                                                                                                                                                            gained its place as one of Mill-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            burn's leading sports this year
                                                                         in                                                                            REP CRCWN OPEN-PLAY.                                 with four men's leagues and
Tourney Results                              Recreation
                                                                                                                                                          DUCKPIN BOWLING
                                                                                                                                                            CARNIVAL-'                                      two women's leagues perform-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ing regularly. A perusal of the
   First prize in the Christmas              Department                                                                                                                                                     score cards shows an amazing-
mixed doubles bowling tourna-                                                                                            ARNOLD AWEHL,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            ly few blind scores which were
                                                                                                                          CnX.AtARSHAL. of     fl-™-
ment sponsored by the Recrea-                    Leagues                                                                 anvillerlows,    •      <fe                                                        so prevalent last year.
tion Department last Saturday                                                                                         ROLLED IB STRAIGHT
was captured by the team of                                                        •                                  STRIKES, BUT NO 300
                                                                                                                      GAME f- HE HAD 10,                                           MILWAUKEE
                                                                                                                                                                                                               The quality of the scores
                                                                                                                                                                                                            seems to have improved as well
Mrs. Mildred Smith and Ted                                                                                            STRIKES TO WINOUP/ST                                          is ib& ONLY BOWLER
WIdmayer with a winning total "C" League                                                                                                                                          AJROLLTWD 5AMO10NED       with upward of fifty 200 games
of 1189 including a 69 handicap.                                                                                                                                                  3 O O GAMES/              being turned in each week with
                                                            T E A M          S T A N D I N G
                                                                                                                                                                                   SEASON. ACCORDWS1D       even the women obtaining
   Second prize went to Mr. and                                           w. L,              Av,     U.S.                                                                                                   prominence in this regard.
Mrs. Frank Stoeckle with 1,133, Wa h < i; lt t ea wP' nl auT s ah v... 24 1 20
                                   L                                      27               80(5.0        838
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Harry Campbell who is in
                                                                                           SIS. 33       iiiili
third to Mr. and Mrs. Tom H o . M o u n t a i n ..                                 IS      8Q8.2<I      97li                                                                                                charge of bowling for the Re-
Tighe with 1131 and fourth to K f f e n b u u a            L o u r ' n 10          17      795.33       807
                                                                         lii      21       767.3        855                                                                                                 creation Department attributes
Mrs. Evelyn Dalton and Tony S u b u r b a n i t e s ....                 14                733.13       8.10
                                                                                                                                                                                                            the higher averages to a some-
                                                                                                        80 4
Terona with 1,111. Prizes for AH u m&l yP Man .... 12 2U 4 748.
                                                                         12                73fU3
                                                                                                        881                                                                                                 what lighter pin being used
individual high game among                                                                                                                                                                                  this year and probably this
                                                                                                                        cfSan Arfonb,
                                                            I           A                 D I
the non-winners went to Mrs. I n d i v i d Iu Na Dl - V I D U GL , , S T A N Av,N G U . S .                               HAP A 2 - 3 LEAVE / ^ cf Morrisonvi/h, ILL.,                                      fact combined with pinners
Boye for the ladies and Fred S p o r a t r a a ....; 3 1 !                              177.8
                                                                                                                        — HB HAD A THIN "            CAMBUPWIWA                                             rolling more often is the reason.
Happich for the men with 194 cuiiio JCJO          ;                       so
                                                                                        173.4           212             HITONTHE 4 -
and 235 respectively. Mrs. Boy- Ladmt
                                                                          3li           170.18          227              THE 5 PIN FELL
                                                                                                                         FORWARP TO KWOCK
                                                                                                                                                   1-2--5-4-5-6-8-9                                            Considerable interest is also
                                   flachau                                3(1           170.S           224
                                                                                                                          DOWN THE HEAD-PIN/
                                                                                                                                                       LEAVE—                                               evident in the special events at
Ian won the blind score prize. Dixon                                      8(i           :08.1!f         230
                                                                                                                                                      A 7-/0
   Other contestants and their Freiman                                   31            108.10           212                                                                                                 Thanksgiving and Christmas
                                                                                        100.14          212                                             IN                                                  which have come to be annual
totals follow: Gerardiello and Wrliirlit                                 30             1(18.3          22S
DePalma 1,082, Boye and Boye Summersr                                    3
                                                                                                                     SEND >OUR BOWLING O D P I T I E S T O S E O R 6 E S I X T A , 4 3 E.OHIO ST., CHICAGO. affairs. Probably even more en-
1,076, Anderson and Marshall 1,- Wlelna Soora — Alleys unit 2 -- C U22G- 38            103.21                                          it                                               •                   tries could have been obtained
                                      Hln'h                                                              ll                                                                                                 if more alleys had been avail-
071, Tighe and Mayo 1,067, Mil- flo 235; Alloys 3 ami i                                  Dixon, 2 3 0 .                                                      Junior group in presenting the
ler and Oliger 1,064, Reino and                                                                                   Legion Auxiliary                           boxes and to help entertain the able.
Reino 1,035, Iannicelli and lan-                                                                                                                             patients. Mrs. S,' C. Perkins is                               *
nicelli 1,034, Curry and Marzak Women's League                                                                       The Women's Auxiliary of chairman with Mrs. B. N. Run- tal in Millington.
1,029; Boylan and Happich 1,-                                                                                     The American Legion met last yon acting as co-chairman; The American Legion is as-           The Women's Auxiliary of
027, Rogers and Masella 1,023, T c i l l l l              T E A M          S T A N D I N G                                                                   Mrs. Charles C. Giffoniello,
Lucas and Lucas 1,020, Sala- Dubonnela
                                                                       21 12
                                                                            ,     h,      Av.
                                                                                                                  week afc the home of Mrs. Caro-' president, and Mrs. Robert sisting the men this year with
                                  Merry MIXWH .. 21 IS
dino and Saladino 1,016, Lyons Internationals .. 10 1 4                                   C'il.i
                                                                                                                  line Boyle, County Chairman of Carlton is secretary.                                      the children's Christmas party
and Marcantonio 1,013, Copcutt Good' BportH
                                  BaBlos                               IS        IB        H28.I      704         Rehabilitation, in Irvington. The            At a meeing of the Junior held at the Millburn Theatre
                                                                       18        15        H07.I9     712
and Campanella 1,010, Meising- Lucky Strikes .. 17 10 0X4.20 7U1                                                  group sewed, filled boxes and Auxiliary on Friday at the on Saturday afternoon.
er 1,002, Stone and Blair 1,000. Knk'k Knacks 14 ID 5S2.1 72 D          fi       28       442.30      597         addressed Christmas cards for home of the President, Mrs. S.                                              •
   Also Fenlin and Monahan                       INDIVIDUAL S T A N D I N G                                       the hospitalized veterans.                 C. Perkins, the group made                        THERE IS more heroism in
992, Bruce and Matthews 992, Individual                                   O,             Av.        H.S.            Friday night the group went and filled favors with candy self-denial than in deeds of
Roberts and Boslavage 990, ytoocklo
                                                                     . 33
                                                                                                      191         to Lyons Hospital to assist the for the veterans at the hospi- arms. — Seneca.
Evans and Lynch 983, Lachat D. TlKho                                     33            140,23         100
and Lachat 973, Freiman and L i r e l i a t                              33            144.23         101
                                                              *....,. W                144.18         207
Freiman 965, Keenan and Kee- B v a n a
                                  B a v r y ..                             fi          143.7        • 204
nan 948, Partington and Bon- MlUor
tempo 933, Miller and Miller 916, R o l n o
                                                                      3 3
                                                                      3 3
                                                                                                   . 101!
                                                                                                                                        You                Want i*t—
                                                                      3 3              130,5          167
Ellwanger and Ellwanger 916. B , T l g h o                          3 ( 1              130.           174

    Ten Report
                •                  Anderson ............ 0
                                       Hiffh Score — Alloys 1 a n d % -- L f t -
                                                                  207; AlloVa 3 ana
                                                                                            4 — Q
                                                                                                                        BUY SELL RENT EXCHANGE?
    For Ice Hockey
      The High School never has
    felt it could sponsor an ice
    hockey team, so some of the                                   Bond Quiz
    older boys started a team out-
    side of school, This year's team                         Q. What is the Treasury's
    will have only three of last                           underlying thought in avoiding
    year's men on it. They are                             a pressure campaign to sell De-
    Ellsworth Carrington, center..                         fense Savings Bonds and
    Frank Doyle, left wing and Dick                        Stamps? ;
    Russell, right wing, Promising                           A. The belief that the Amer-
    new recruits include Pudge                             ican public is anxious to aid to
    Blauvelt, Bob Maul, Vic Traub,                         the limit in defense of the Na-
    "Fuzzy" Johnson, Ray Hen-                              tion, and also wants to save
    shaw, Bob Kdgecomb and Boll-                           money for future needs, espe-
    ing Robertson. Because of lack                         cially since such savings will
    ol school authority and the
    fact that they must wait for ice,
                                                           help to keep down the cost of
                                                                                                                                                         Consult the
         ftnly games the team has                             Q. Should I buy Defense
    scheduled thus far are one                             Savings Stamps at retail stores
    with Summit High School, two                           rather than at post offices and
    games with a team in Maple-                            hanks?
    wood and South Orange, and a                              A. Buy stamps wherever it
    game wH.h Chatham.                                     is most convenient. The import-
                                                           ant thing is to purchase Stamps
                                                           as often as you can, and ex-
    Blue Monday League                                     change the completed Stamp
           TEAM STANDING                                   album for a Defense Savings
                  ;VT, L.
                   27    SI
                             Av. H.S.
                            370.16 456
Bobolinks ,.'      23 13    338-3   443                       NOTE — To buy Defense
Bluebirds          21 15    344.35 4
                            34S S
                                    442                    Bonds and Stamps, go to the
Wi-ens        "
              . - 20 1°        -     "0
Chickadees         19 17    305.13 . 357                    nearest post office, bank, or
Cardinals          13 23    318.20 423
OHoles             1?; M    312.17 454                      savings and/ loan association;
Swallows           11 ' 25  205.30 _350                     or write to the Treasurer of
•           INDIVIDUAL STANDING                             the United States, Washington,
                                                           D. C. Also Stamps are now on
i££c e                     27        134.20        186     sale at retail stores.
                       - j«
                           3B •'
                                     *»•]? , JW
                                                  17B         IN" LOVE one has need of be-
                                                                                                                                                                    Classified Section
2f*e                       33        12«M          1*9
D o w r "•";.•..-•     - 30           IVi.U         186     ing believed, in friendship of
           " :
                       • 3 8
                                     1 1 9 . 2 9 ,1 8 G
                                    " S . C , 148
                                     U8.4 - 165
                                                   •* "     being believed, in friendship of
                                                            being understood. — Abel Bon-
                                                                                                                                                                  IT'S MILIBURN'S MARKET PLACE!
                                    i m Z     16S
                           3«             *
[December 26, 1941]                                                 The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                                                                [Page 15]

     MESCAL IKE                       B s. L HUNTLEY
                                       y                                                                                                                                      Facts Are Facts
                1 RECOLLECT TH TIME                            O
                                                            i G T LOST\                  THAR I WAS
               ME AM' OL' M A M BATES                      ON TW' DESERT ]              WITH 5TARVATIOW ) WAVE. BEEN
                WENT PRO5PECTIW'                            PER SIS D A V S ^ /         STARIN& M E /VERY PLEAvSAKTT
                                                                                         IN TU1 FACE !! A PER EITHER                                                                  l!vE JUST GOTTEKlS
                                                                                                                                                                                      TO THE BVRT WHERE \
                                                                                                           OP VUW                                                                     HER FATHER T6U.S JIM
                                                                                                                                                                                      HELV. SHOOT HIM IF
                                                                                                                                                                                      HE CA.TCUES HIM U T I
                                                                                                                                                                                      HIS OA.U&HTE.R      J
                                                                                                                                                                                          A&WH -

                                                                                                                        the daily total.
                                                                                                                                                                                      OCOAI- NOTIC1S
                                                                                                                          Six to eight P. M. were the
                                                                                                                        peak hours for fatal accidents,                                    (Chancery A-4)
                                                                                                                        accounting for 16 per cent of                     SHRItliri<"S HALE — In Chancery of
                                                                                                                                                                              Now Jersey.       Between Tho Suburban
                                                                                                                        the day's total. In cities, these                 Building and Loan Association of thn
                                                                                                                                                                          Borough of Vallabure, N. J., a corp.,
                                                                                                                        same two hours included 18 per                    fiomplalimnt, and G. B. Beardor, Inc., a
                                                                                                                        cent of the fatal accidents.                      corporation, et aln., defcsntUinta, PI. fa.,
                                                                                                                                                                          Tor imle of mortgaged premises .
                                                                                                                                                                              By virtue of tho nliove stated writ of
                                                                                                                                                                          fieri facias to mo directed. I ahull ex-
                                                                                                                                                                          pose for sale by public: venrluo, at tho
                                                                                                                        Pre-Storage Altering                              Court House in Newark on Tusaday,
                                                                                                                                                                          the Thirtieth clay of December nt>xt, at
                                                                                                                                                                          !\vo o'clock P. M., a-11 the following
                                                                                                                                                                          tract or parcel of land and premlscH
                                                                                                                          Growing girls' dresses that                     hereinafter particularly described, sit-
                                                                                                                                                                          uate, lylnjr and being In the Township
                                                                                                                        will have to be lengthened be-                    of Millburn, Hasex County, Now Jersey.
                                                                                                                        fore being worn next summer                           lietfinnlnjf on {ho northerly line cif
                                                                                                                                                                          Rosedalc Avenue u>t It point distant four
                                                                                                                        are best let down, or rather the                  hundred feet westerly from tho westerly
                                                                                                                        hems ripped out, before pre-                      Una of Milton Street as tho siimn jirn
                                                                                                                                                                          laid down on a mat) of property be-
                                                                                                                        storage washing. The folds or                     longing to "Tho Model Realty and Con-
                                                                                                                                                                          Hl motion Company surveyed by Lewl.s
                                                                                                                        creases of this season's hems                     P. Taylor, surveyor, Murch 1007, and
                                                                                                                        will be easier to eliminate next                  entitled "Map of the Modal Park Tract.
                                                                                                                                                                          Maplewood, New Jersey" which begin-
                                                                                                                        spring if the hems are ripped                     ning: point la also the southwesterly cor-
                                                                                                                        out before final washing and                      ner of lot Number Thirteen on said map;
                                                                                                                                                                          fhenoe running North thirty-two degrees
                                                                                                                        packing away.                                     and fifteen minutes West along the said
                                                                                                                                                                          northerly line of noseclalo Avanno Thir-
                                                                                                                                    ORDER TO MM1T                          ty-seven feet and six Inches; tihonco run-
                                                                                                                                                                          ning North fifty-seven doffreos and forty-
                                                                                                                                               November 26. 1041           five minutes Ktiat One Hundred and fifty
        BOYS AND GIRLS TOGETHER, High School Juniors and Seniors — ail work to refinish                                 ESTATE OF HARRY B. DAMON, de-                      feat more or loss to tho northerly line of
  toys for children in the Township by Kris Kringle Day. The artists are Lee Fairfield, Angelo                                  ceased.                                   nropeHy on tho map hereinbefore re-
                                                                                                                                                                           rnrred to: tlionco running South forty-
  Dilonno, Mary Wilson, Bob Thompson, and Ruth Thevenet.                                                                   Pursuant to tbe order of EUGENE F.
                                                                                                                        HOFFMANN, Surrogate of the County                  I hreo degrocs and four minutea East
                                                                                                                        oC Essex, this day made. on. the ap-              thirty-eight foot and sixteen hundrodtha
                                                                                                                        plication of the undersigned, executors           of ;i foot to tho northwesterly corner of
                                           6.13 per cent; lamb, 4.86 per                                                of said deceased, notice Is hereby given           lot number Thirteen on said map; thence
FoodDrops                                  cent and veaL--3.59 per cent. Su/Hmcr
                                           Between Orfober 15 and No-
                                                                                                 VS.    Winter          'to the creditors of said deceased, to lex-
                                                                                                                        hlfblt to t>he subscribers under oath or
                                                                                                                         affirmation, their claims • and Remands
                                                                                                                                                                           running South fifty-seven degrees and
                                                                                                                                                                           forty-fivo minutea "West along said line
                                                                                                                                                                           «f lot number Thirteen, One Hundred and
                                                                                                                        against the estate of said deceased, within        flfty-ieven feet and flfty-nlno hundredth^
                                                                           6 Night accidents account for
                                           venlEe'f'" "f3*f'tafmetis 'received
Cream Rises                                per cent less for all meat ani-
                                           mals.                            a larger share of the average
                                                                                                                        six months from this date, or they will
                                                                                                                        be forever barred from prosecuting or
                                                                                                                        recovering1 the same against tho sub-
                                                                                                                        scribers.          *-
                                                                                                                                                                           of a foot to the said northerly line o/
                                                                                                                                                                           Rot,edale .Avenue and the point or placa
                                                                                                                                                                           of Beginning. Being tho whole of lot
                                                                                                                                                                          number Twelve and tho easterly half of
                                                                            day's traffic death toll during                                                                lot number Eleven on Map hereitibel'oro
   Prices to farmers and retail               A consumer's price increase   winter months, because of in-
                                                                                                                                     HARRY E. DAMON, JR.
                                                                                                                                     DOROTHY DAMON BBGGS
prices of food showed slight de-           of 8 cents per quart; 4 cents                                                DonaJd Bourne, Proctor                                Belhg tho saino premises conveyed to
clines last month according to             per pint and 2 cents per half-   creased hours of darkness. Dur-              382 Springfield Avenue,                           G. B. Bearilar Inc., by Jacob Schloaa,
                                                                                                                                                                           single, by deed dated November 13, 1929,
the monthly survey prepared by             pint for heavy cream; and 4      ing che four months May to                   Summit. N. J.
                                                                                                                        Dec. 6.. IS. 19. 26. Jan. 2                        and recorded in tha Essex County Regis-
the New Jersey State Depart-               cents per quart, 2 cents per     August, night traffic accidents                                                                                             O
                                                                                                                                                                           tor's Office in Book P S of Deeds for
                                                                                                                                                                           said County on pages 5 [ 2-56 3 and com-
ment of Agriculture.                       pint, and 1 cent per half-pint   are less than half the 24-hour                                     NOTICE                      monly known as No. 10 Roaedale Ave-
   Between October 15 and No-              for light cream became effec-    total. However, during the four                             (Chancery A-13)                        Tho approximate amount of the <2e-
                                                                                                                         SHERIFF'S SALE — in Chancery ot                   creo to be satisfied by said aals Is tho
vember 15, farm prices declined            tive tive December 22.           months November to February,                     New Jersey. Between Albert Chamber-           sum of Seven Thousand Two Hundred
                                                                                                                         lain, et als,, complainants, and Joseph
3 per cent, statisticians re-                                               when hours of darkness are in                IT. Gilbert, et als., defendants. Pi. Ja.,
                                                                                                                                                                           Twenty-five Dollars and Fifty-two Cents
                                                                                                                                                                           ($7,226.52), together with the Costa of
ported. Foods in November cost                   REMOVING STAINS            the majority, and black out                  for sale of mortgaged premises.
                                                                                                                             By virtue of the above stated writ of
                                                                                                                                                                           thin sale.
approximately 0.2 per cent less               Remove scorch and stains hours of peak traffic volume,                     fieri facias, to me directed. I shall ex-
                                                                                                                         pose for sale by public vendue. at the
                                                                                                                                                                               Newark, N. J. November 24, 1D41.
                                                                                                                                                                                         GEORGE H. BECKER, Sheriff.
than in the preceding month.               from cooking utensils as quick- the fatal night accident toll                 Court House, In Newark, on Tuesday,               Howard L. PItzslmons, Sol'r.          $28.14
Although higher average retail                                                                                           the Sixth day, of January, next, at two           Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26
                                           ly as possible after they have amounts to over two-thirds of                  o'clock P. M.. all the following tract or
prices were noted in most com-             occurred. This saves rubbing                                                   parcel of land and premises hereinafter
                                                                                                                          particularly described, situate, lying and                             NOTICE
modity groups, these were more             and is not so hard on the uten-                                                being In the Township of Mlltburn, Es-
than offset by declines in meats           sil.                                                                           sex County. New Jersey.                                        (Chancery A-9)
                                                                                                                             Beginning at a point in the centre of        SHERIFF'S SALE — In Chancery. of
and canned fish.                                                                                                          Parsonage Hill Road South thirty (30)              New Jersey. Between Fidelity Union
   All meats, which absorb ap-                                                                                            degrees forty-six (46) minutes East five
                                                                                                                          hundred and six (50C) feet from an iron
                                                                                                                                                                          Trust Company, as trustee etc., com-
                                                                                                                                                                          plainant, and Wilber S. Corkran, et
proximately, one-fourth of the                                                                                            bolt In the middle of the arch bridge           defendants. Pi. fa,., for sales of mort-
                                                                                                                          spanning Canoe Brook, - said point belne        gaged premises.
food budget, declined 5.46 per                                                                                            the southwesterly corner of land be-               By virtue of tho above stated writ of
cent in November as compared                                                                                              longing to 'the City of East Orange;
                                                                                                                          (1) thence along the southerly line there-
                                                                                                                                                                          fieri facias, to me directed, I shall ex-
                                                                                                                                                                          Dose for sale by public ven-due, at the
with October, 1941. This was the                                                                                        , of North sixty-four (64) degrees ten (10)       Court House in Newark, on Tuesday,
                                                                                                                          minutes East two hundred and thirty-            the. Sixth day of January, next, at two
second consecutive month .in                                                                                              six (236) feet; (2) -thence atlll along         o'clock P. M., all tract or parcBl of land
which lower prices were regis-                               Let                                                          the southerly line of land of the said
                                                                                                                          City of East Orange North alxty-one (61)
                                                                                                                                                                          and Premises hereinafter particularly de-
                                                                                                                                                                          scrlbea. situate, lying and being in the
tered. The largest relative de-                        MAYFLOWER                                                          degrees thirty-seven (37). minutes . East       Township of Millburn, Essex County,
                                                                                                                          thirty-four    and    twenty-one    one-hun-
crease was in beef with a drop                          Carry You to                                                      dredths (34.21) feet; (3) thence South
                                                                                                                                                                          New Jersey.
                                                                                                                                                                             Beginning In the westerly Jlne of Bal-
of 6.91 per cent, closely fol-                        Freedom — From                                                      twenty (20) degrees fifty-eight (68) min-
                                                                                                                          utes East four hundred forty-two and            tusroi: Way at a point where a lino
lowed by pork which dropped                           Washday Worries                                                      seventy-one-hundredths (442.70) feet to a      drawn parallel with the southerly line of
                                                                                                                                                                          Pine Terrace and distant southerly one I
                                                                                                                         • fence post in the southerly line of land
                                                                                                                          oC the Oak Ridge Sunday School Asso-            hundred and fifty 8eet therefrom would
                                                                                                                          ciation; (4) thence along the same South        intoraict the said line of Baltugrol Way;
                                                                                                                          sixty-one (61) degrees forty (40) minutes       running thence north eighty-eight a&-
 CHARTERED,                                                                                                               West ninety-one and ten onejliundredths         prees ' ten minutes west beirug parallel
                                                                                                                                                                          with Pine Terrace one hundred and fifty
                                                                                                                          (01.10) feet to tho easterly line of land
                                                                                                                           of said Association; (5) thence along the.     feet; alienee 'southerly seventy-fivo feet
      HOMES FOR SALE                                                                                                       said easterly line North twenty-nine (29)      more or less to a point distant west&r-1
                                                                                                                           degrees twenty-six (26) minutea West            ly one hundred *nd fifty feet from the
    MilllMirn — ! ! Linden street corner
                >>                                                                                                         sixty <60> feet to a point in the wester-       saitl fine of Baltuarol Way in a Una
 llf SiiKiimore Road — 8 rooms and                                                                                         ly line of said Association; (6) thence        drawn parallel wlUh the first men-
 bath — hot a i r heat — 3 ear garage                                                                                      atons: said westerly line South sixty-one      tioned course and distant southerly sev-
 — plot 100x1 no — $7,600.                                                                                                 (SI) degrees forty (40) minutes West            enty-five feet therefrom; thence easterly;
                                                                                                                           one hundred five and sixty one-hun-             parallel with tho first mentioned course
     Sli;>ri Hills — Morris Avenue and                                                                                     dredths (105.60) feet to the middle of          one hundred and fifty feet to the said

  Wayside ~ 7 rooms and 2 baths •
              —                      —                                                                                     said Parsonage Hlli Koad; (7) thence            line 1of Baltusrol Way; thence northerly '
~_8)eet>ins porch    steam heat — % ear                                                                                    along the middle of the same North              along Baltuerol Way seventy-five feat
  enrage — plot 303x100 — $11,000.                                                                                         thirty (30) degrees forty-al* (46) minutes      more or lesa to the place of beginning:, •
                                                                                                                           West three      hundred eighty rniirie ' and       Being known a s No. "*0 Baltusrol Way,
      Mmrt Hilla —i Noutlf' Terrace — ft                                                                                   eighty one-hundredths (380.SO) feet i to        Millburn, N. J .
  rixim.R   and   .'! -baths — sleeping                                                                                    tho point and place of Beginning,                  The approximate amount of the De-
  IMtreh —. Nun porch — 1 cur garaee —-'
   idol 185x175 — $13,500.
   Also oilicm. Auk for list.     /
                                            Laundry                              Always keep a supply of
                                                                                 these smart RYTEX - HY-
                                                                                 LITED Visiting Cards on
                                                                                                                            Being known as 293-305 Parsonage
                                                                                                                          Hill Road, Millburn, N. J.
                                                                                                                            The approximate amount of the De-
                                                                                                                          cree to be Rat a i>flcd by said sale is the
                                                                                                                                                                           cree to be satisfied by said sale is the
                                                                                                                                                                           sttm of Seven Thousand Pour Hundred
                                                                                                                                                                           T,wont>--nine   Dollars         Thirty-nine
                                                                                                                                                                           Cents ($7,429.39), together with .the costa
                                                                                                                                                                           of this sale.

                                                                                 hand to enclose with gifts               sum of Four Thousand Four Hundred                   TO be sold: "Subject to unpaid taxes,
 MILLBURN BUILDING                                 Telephone                     and announcements as well
                                                                                 as for social calls.
                                                                                                                          Twenty-six Dollars and Thirty Cents
                                                                                                                        : ($1,426.30), together with the coats of
                                                                                                                                                                           water    rents.  assessments and other
                                                                                                                                                                           municipal liens of every kind and na-
              , - AND •                                                                                                   this sale.                                       ture, if any.''
 L.0A7ST ASSOCIATION                           Millburn 6-1400                   Millburn & Short Hills Item                Newark, N. J., December 1, 1941.
                                                                                                                                 GEORGE H. BECKEiE, Sheriff.
                                                                                                                                                                              Nawiurk,' N. J., December 1, 1941.
                                                                                                                                                                                   GEORCH5 H. BECKEE, Sheriff,
                                                                                 349 Main St.,         MUlburn, N. 3.     John U Hughos, Sol'r.                M7.72       Hood. Ijafterty & BSmorson, Soi'rs. $21.12
                                                                                                                          Dec. 12. 19, 26, Jan 3,                           Dec. IS, 10, 26. Jan. 2.
[ Page 16 ]                                                                          The Millburn &> Short Hills ITEM                                                       [ D ecemb er 26, 1941']

                                                  THE ELIZABETH P h i 1 h a r-                                                                                      Marilyn Rudiger, Joe Gordon,
Radio Operators                                 monic Orchestra, conducted by
                                                August May, will present its               Study Defense                       Kris Kringle                         and Florence Monaco.
                                                                                                                                                                      Seventh Grade — Elizabeth
                                                second concert of the season                                                                                        Letts, Barbara MacWhirmey,
Aid Defense                                     Wednesday night, "January 7th.
                                                Emmanuel Feurmann, famed
                                                                                               A preliminary report of the
                                                                                            Local Defense Council, dated       •Day Event                           William Denman, Bradley Sea-
                                                                                            June 6 was formally approved                                            ger, Murrey Marten, Marjorie
    Thirteen licensed      amateur              'cellist, will be the soloist, and                                               Kris Kringle day at Millbum        Miller, George Kapperl, Joan
                                                                                            by the Town Committee Mon-
radio operators and station                     the program will "feature a                                                    High School Tuesday was one          Skelton, Vivian Sauvage, and
                                                                                            day December 15. The commit-
owners in the Township have                     "Suite on Negro Polk' Themes"                                                  of the best executed holiday         Jean Whitney.
                                                                                            tee announced that while it
formed an association to as-                    by Elizabeth composer Clarence
                                                                                            had. studied and approved the      affairs in' school history. Bags       You may say these people
sist the defense effort in Mill-                Cameron White. The concert
                                                                                            report when first submitted, no    and baskets of food and toys         are "lucky," or maybe you'd
burn by means of radio com-                     will be held in that city's "Ma-
                                                                                            formal action had been taken       for Township families and chil-      call them "book worms," but
munications in time of national                 sonic Temple. " •
                                                                                            at that time and that Monday       dren were piled high and the         you know the real reason is
or local emergency.                                                                         night's action was merely a '                                           that they study a little harder
                                                                                                                               distribution by boys of the
    By government decree all                                                                formality,                                                              than you. Come on, kids! How
amateur stations have been
vuled off the; air for the dura-
                                                   ^F$$flris Day-                         ;• Committee Chairman Stewart
                                                                                            announced he had received
                                                                                                                               school went foreward as soon
                                                                                                                               as the program, was concluded.
                                                                                                                                                                    about really reading a book in-
                                                                                                                                                                    stead of glancing through it.
tion, of the war. However, feel-                                                                                               Parents saw the Christmas play       Start your homework and don't
                                                                                            numerous inquiries from towns-
ing that the talents of its mem-                                                            people as to where they could      and joined in the festival Mon-      quit until you have finished it.
bers might be put to good use-.                         • >'K.    •.,;1$#»?M.., • % ; •     volunteer for defense work. He     day evening.                         Keep your mind on what you
in time of emergency or dis-                       t>. Francis'bay of 176 Main              said he thought it had been                                             are doing ^and don't try to mix
aster, the association is peti-                .street;-, a'chief petty officer in.         made clear that volunteers                                              studying with listening to the
                                                                                                                                 Fruit butters should be cooked
tioning the federal government                  the United States Navy has                  could enroll by calling the of-                                         radio. Let's try to break all
                                                                                                                               rapidly to keep their bright
to allow them to operate at                     been reported missing in a" tele-           fice of the Defense Council,                                            records and make Honor Roll
                                                                                                                               color. Use a long-handled wood-
such times only. Similar groups                 gram received by his family.                Millbum 6-1300.                                                         history next marking period!
                                                                                                                               en spoon, of the slotted type,
in other communities have al-                   He has been in the navy for
                                                                                               He also -stated he had re-      for stirring.     Because boiling
ready been formed and obtained                  the past seventeen years, and
                                                                                            ceived inquiries as to why the     butter bubbles a great deal,' it's
Federal permission,                             is believed to have been a mem-
                                                                                            Committee had not. appropri-       safer to wrap your stirring arm.
    In its petition- the contention             ber of the crew of the U.S.S.
                                                                                            ated more funds for Defense        in a dish towel to avoid' burns.
is made that an organization                    Oklahoma which capsized in
                                                Pearl Harbor.                               Council work. In reply he stated
of amateur operators would be                                                               the Council had received all
able to supplement the existing
police radio in case of emer-
                                                   His father, William Day, is
                                                employed by the town and his
                                                                                            funds for which it had asked       Honor Roll
                                                                                            and that no request for more
gency; could assist in reestab-                 family includes a brother Wil-              than- the $125 already appro-        (Continued from Page One)
lishing     local    communication              liam Jr., and four sisters Mrs.             priated had been received. More    Dorothy Brady, Marjory Pennell,
normally handled by other                       Mary Bei'den, and the Misses                would have been .granted if        Walter Mellen, Lois Weber,
means; assist in transmitting                   Catherine and Helen Day of                  requested, he said.                Richard Counihan, John Elliott,
                                                Millburn and Mrs. Mary Wilson                                                                                            MODERNIZE YOUR
a n air raid or fire warning;                                                                  Mr. Stewart explained that      Alison Bozorth, Marilyn Ell-
                                                of Springfield.                                                                                                             BATHROOM
aid in traffic control and dis-                                                             as the result of a conference      wanger, Bernice Maul, Barbara         At Our Low—Estimate Prices
patching ambulances; and co-                                          •      ;';            with General C. W. Barber,         Ormerod, Eileen Shauler, Helen
operating with the telephone
company and railroad.                           New Arrivals                                chairman of the Defense Coun-
                                                                                            cil, it might be necessary lor
                                                                                            him to issue at some future
                                                                                                                               Seager, Virginia Bergen, Russel
                                                                                                                               Benson, Elizabeth Currier, Paul
                                                                                                                               Jeynes, Ian Robertson, and Joan
                                                                                                                                                                     Tlios. R. Douglas Co.
                                                                                                                                                                              Established   1803
    Equipment and supplies will                     Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chris-
be furnished and built by the                    tensen formerly of East Orange,            time a proclamation to the ef-     Broadfoot.                               PLUMBING - HEATING
                                                                                           fect that lights in all stores be                                            SHEET METAL WORK
members themselves who also                      have moved into their new                                                       Eighth Grade — Marjorie
                                                                                                                                                                     303 Milllmrn Ave.      Millburn 0-0344
plan to have several private                     home on Fairfteld drive. Their             extinguished at night when         Leigh, Joan Hare, Gloria Wurth,
cars equipped with a two-way                     daughter,' Miss Margaret Daly,            there was no one in the store.
system. A wave length differ-                    a student at Colby Junior Col-                             •
ent from that of the local po-                   lege, arrived home Wednesday,             Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bevins Jr.,
 lice would of course be in use.                 for the Christmas holidays.               formerly of Modesto, Cal. The
    Anyone interested in joining                    Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Brown                Bevinses have two children.
 is invited to contact either Po-                have purchased a hew home on                  Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Axt,
 lice Officer Archie Currey at                   Sinclair terrace. The Browns              formerly of East Orange, have
 headquarters, Robert Morris of                  who- come from eWst Orange,               bought the residence at 731
 22 Mountainview road or Leroy                   have two sons, John Palmer                Ridgewood road.
 Vanderford of Sagamore road.                   Swain and Alexander S. Jr.                 - Mr. and Mrs. K, Whitney Dal-
                                               • who come from West Orange,                zell Jr., are now occupying their
               *                                to 9 Exeter road, are the Henry            new home on Forest drive and
  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Camp-                      Klusmeyer Jrs. The former's                Lupine way. Mrs. Dalzell is the
bell of 11 Holmes street and                    mother, Mrs. Henry Klusmeyer,              former Miss Frances 111 of New-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lynch,                      makes her home with them.                   ark. Mr. Dalzell is the son of
of Short Hills avenue are leav-                                                            Mr, and Mrs. Dalzell of Lake-
                                                    Coming to Short Hills from
ing. Friday to drive to St. Pet-                 East Orange, Mr, and Mrs-                 view.
ersburg, Florida, where they                     George J. H. Werner have                      Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stack-
will remain two weeks. They                      moved to their new home on                 house, formerly of East Orange,
will visit friends in Orlando,                   East Hartshorn drive'. They                have moved to their new home
Florida on the way down.                          have one son, Ted. •*••                   at 15 Cross Gates. They have a
                    •                               Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A, Lar-             daughter, Bunny.
        Classified                                son and . their two sons, have
                                                  moved from Maplewood to 850
                                                  Ridgewood road.
           Section                                  The Carl W. .Gardiners and
                                                  their twin daughters, Ann and
                TOB BENT
                                                  Pamela, have moved from
 2% - > V - 4VS roam apartments; Chatham
        >i                                        Orange, to their new home at
   Arms, 49 South Passnlc Avenuo, Chn.-
   lliam. $ OO and up.       New mddtsrn
   apartment; just completed, all i*n-
                                                  17 Deerfield road. '      r   ••••;
                                                    The residence, at 28 Southern
   jirnvementa. Inquire superintendent on
   oremlaoa or plioha Bereon 3-1758.              Slope drive, has been leased by
                FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                         To Everybody in Our Town
                                                                                                                                        N many countries Santa Glaus is among the
  chines, Sewing Machines repaired, ire-
  built, exchanged, aold, DDUSfht. Freo
  inspection — *3en to 9 P. M.. New:
  Maytaes,     Easy,   Kelvlrratora.   Hess
                                                                                             Individua lized                        I    missing . . . Christmas will be just another
                                                                                                                                     dark day.
  & Ifitzfferaia, IB? Main, Orange. OR.                                                          PERMANENT
  2-01133, SO. 2-6693.            * 5-7-1512
                                                                                                                                     But here in America that cheerful, friendly
 COMPLETE DBXTM outfit, eoofl playable
  condition, ready to set up and u s e ,
                                                        Moving . . ;.                        )       .WAVES             •
                                                                                                                        • ;          greeting of "Merry Christmas" continues as
  $70.00. Phil Thompson, 295 Morris
  Avenue, Springfield, Call Millburn 6-                                                                                              -welcome as jolly old Santa himself. The privi-
  0430.                        12-3-4516                Storing , . . .                              EXPERTLY DONE                   lege of the Free!
 OWNER WILL SELL reasonable, lot                                                                           By                        This Christmas especially may all of us enter
  50 x 160 on MUltown Roaa, Spring-
  field. Cttll Millburn 6-07E4-M. :•                    Rug Cleaning .                           MALE AND FEMALE                     into the spirit of Yuletide... may the thought"
RUBB35R STAMPS. Made to your speci-
 fications. For prompt service and low
                                                        Floor Coverings.                         ;     OPERATORS
                                                                                                                                     f ul custom of wishing everyone a Merry Christ-
 prices oon'sult The Millbum & Short
 Illlla Item, 219 Slain Street, MUVburn.                                                                                             mas take on new meaning in this Land of th e
 Telephone Millburn 6-1200.     l7-tf-4058                                                               $5.00'                      Free.
1937 PONTIAC, 2 door sedan, must sell
  because of death In faintly. Boland
  KHlborn, 117 Second Stre&t, South
  Ora-nse. Call S. O. S-0879 between B-
                                                                                             All Items Fifty Cents Each                   Vtvp Mtxtp Cfjrtetmas to I P *
  8 P. M.             /.."~;    84-1-4531                Rim back Storage Co.
 Red Ronst'lnff Chickens. 8 to 8 llw.
                                                          Cor. Mfiflibiirn Avenue                PALERMO                                              From every member of
 35c per »oun<U Killed on order only.                            & Spring Street                     59-A Main Street                            COMMONWEALTH WATER CO.
 Linmiln Poultry Fann. Whlte ! Oak                               Millburn 6-2000
 ItMup. Short Hills 7»2950-'W'. .                                                                     Millburn 6-2128

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