THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1954 INDEPENDKv
the Colonln Teo.naRe Club held
at the flrehou*e. Members wishing N. J. Hears School Plea DIPS EMPI.OVBR. pose to sale flt, public voiKlue on
BOMBAY, India. — Following WEDNESDAY, THE PI*1 iWtNTH DAY h a s been m,,,. ,
» • "Bevlwtt Ma,,
COLONIA ACTIVITIES to make reservations are asked
to get in touch with Miss Evelyn (Continued from Page 1 >
an argument with his employer OK RB1TKM1TBB, A. D ITOWTBBN O
expected that Colonla residents as he drove him along the Marine HUNDRED FIFTY-FOUR g
nt tlip hmir nf two o'clock by the \hcn r o a d s . p i n .
f o r fin,,,.
will now aid the folks residing in
Nelson Wood Avenue. The club T under the law and force this Iselln to obtain a school for their drive, a chaufTeuf deliberately prevailing (Standard or Daylight 8«*- Bald revised ],',,,
r( s i
issue and bring you up to a nor- drove the car containing his em- inRi UIIIP in thf afternoon of the eaul for malnteiiiu,,
By MpS. HENRY STRUBFA Carol, Philadelphia for several plans to purchase jackets, black mal level." youngsters," Mr O'Neill explained ployer and his two sons across day, at the 8herifTB Office In the Clly forth in t |,,
214 Coionia Boulevard days. and gold with the club insignia. further, of N™ Brunswick. N, .1. lip ConimlitiT
—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wanner. The next meetlrm will be Ausust Mr. Nlcklas said he was Inter- Mr. Skiliman then revealed he a crowded beach and into the sea. ALL thiil tract or parcel ol land, Of July J,,t|
tested very much In what Mr. De received a letter from Elbur Rich- Police chased the car,got into the ship of WomtbrlilMe, tn the the T of >ArNBD by u,,
find In h W. Till;,,,.
—r,Iave y:tu veiled Colonist Li- West ClifT Road, parents of Mrs 31 at 8 P. M,, in the flrehouse. ped after sea water County
Emil WuerU. same address, are --Steven Brady, Richard He- Coster and Mr. Skiliman hacT"W ards on the "pre-fabricated type engine, and the drenched occu- Middlesex. In the State of New JerWjf: 'f the Town .! •
brary durln:: Hir past few wilt. Henry Halagowski and say on the matter of assessments i ot th C „,„;•
months? Tim stair has been re- vacationing in Germany and George Weber. Jr.. all of Coionia for "under the new State Aid of construction". HEOINNINO (it n In the west-
pants clambered out. The chauf- erly line of Crows point Bc»f dlrtant Tie dedication 11 ,
registering all card holders In Switzerland. "That is not our problem", he -feur/was arrested. U k e Gardens ,,;
therein 50791 feet northerly along tttft. s Ihown on M
Formula We, in Woodbrldge Town-
order to simplify obsolete flics and —Recent Ruests of Mr. and Mrs. were guests of Edward Hum- ship, are penalized because our continued, "we are leavthR It to sumo frnm Its Intersection with the d e a " which arr
phreys, Inwood Avenue, a member the State Department of Ed- LEOAI NOTH.Eh northerly lino of New-Brunswick Ave-
to obtain an up-to-date mailing Albert Foote, Inman Avcune, were of the Coionia Sportsmen'I Club assessments are not up." nur nnd numlng thence (1) South 80
Bhown on |.
list. If you haven't re-reglstered Mr and Mrs. Nicholas Miu.wno. on a recent fishing trip. ucation." Countj 8urron;ile'» Court decrees 9 inlmiteB West, n distance of ens
thr M.iff i-cqucsis that you make Curlstadt and Miss Carol S?ott. At this point, Charles J Elim- Mr. Merchant assured Mr. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 100 fi'ft to n point; thence (2) North ereby releas
mi effort to stop at the library. Union. —Mr. and Mrs. William Weles. ling. another member of the Local Sklllman, Woodbrldge was inter- Bernard P. Encnndon, Administrator S degree* SI minutes West, n distance l e hereby cl
In that w.iy you will be elifflble to —Mrs. Charles Etiz. Wood Ave- West Street, have returned home Government Board inquired: ested but "as the laws are set up, of Michael Blarair,Brown. Surrogate of of 2.i fort to minutes East, to.(3) North iedie.tot.iy U |
II point; thence
tlop of fclmer E.
ctweasfd. by dlrw -
B dmree.H 9 through
vote at t!ir annual meetir.K on nue, attended a shower in honor after three weeks vacation at "What ever happened to the Shell ffl our state now, it cannot b j the County of Middlesex, hereby KIVPS and beyond n party wall, n dUMince
Timrsdny. snitmeber 16. All 6o- of Miss Katherine Condon. Mor- their summer home in Lake Ho- Oil and Ronson? Last time you done. I have not seen this parti-;.. notice to the to hrlng Inoftlielr ilphm. of ino feet tn i!Mill Kond;the westerly tteat;
creditors the sMrt
!ne of Crows
li>nia residents interested in the rlHon. Miss Condon to patcong. were here on the proposed new ular type of contraction, but /1 Michael Blazar, southerly alonn the westerly line of
library are urged to attend the marry Mrs. En*' nephew. I, . Rrb-
—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Savage.
demand! and claims against
high school you told ur all about have seen similar ones, and un J-n- of the wild deceased, underthe tMute Crows Mill Roiid. a distance of 33 feet •'ownshlp cieri
- J. DUNtCAN
session nnd take part in She dis- ert Enz. Warrenville. Ridce Road, entertained at a bar- the prospects In increased valua- our law as It now stands, /we affirmation, within six months from to BEING known plow designated ns Lot J To be adverii;i.
the point or
cussions of future activities. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, George Scott. becue Guests were Mr. and Mrs. tion."
this data or they will
can't erect steel that way. /We of any action thereforbe forever barred
iffnlnst thr said
™ der on Aim,,
on n rertdln ninp entitled "M«p of :M4, with ,,n,|.,
Warwick A Prltrn is piiiblbity Fawn Place, entertained Mrs. A. Andre Filar, Elizabeth; Charles Mr. Ehmling was informed that must award five separate /con- Administrator. property sHimted In Woodbrldge Town-
chairman find a member of the L. Estc and daughter. Gall and Sprinks, Matawan; Mr. and Mrs. Ronion plant Is "definitely out tracts and steel must be 3epi irate Dated August 5th, IBM.ESCANDON. „ Jltlng to Mnrgitret HnmlHon,Jarwy,
Middlwei Countu, H«w
Bo.inl of the library. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Theil. nil of Norman White. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan of the picture", that the firm has in public' work."
Administrator. April 8 J017," whlrh trmp wns made
Mr and Mrs W. C H^rmsnn Jersey City. Sommers and Mrs Ernest Flltp- placed its land on the market, and Mr. Aaroe abserved that until Bchrelber, Lancaster ft Demos, Esq«,, by Mason and Smith. Civil Engineers,
309 Madison Avenue. Perth Araboy, NOTKi;
nnd children. William. BL-hnrd. —Mr. anri Mrs. W. H. Sarpeant. none and son, Robert, all of that Shell, after buying up prop- the law is changed "it wi>Uld be to Park Place. N J . anil was filed In the Office of the NOTICE Is t l ( - ,
J'nrt and Jeffrey. Savoy Street. 111 East CtlfT Road, ente-tained Colonla. erty, has deferred Its plans "in- foolhardy for us to drop O * • pres- Newark 2, N. J ,
U Attorney!. Clerk of Middlesex County, New Jersey, bids will he „.,',
—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, definitely." on May 24, 19.19, as Ma-p No. 1429, Box m e n t of p ar k., ,, ;
v.cr? Kue.Ms of Mr Hermann's M r. Sanreant's brother-in-law sent plans. We can't afford to I.-L. 8-12, 10, 2«: 8-5 t h e County Pn r .
parrnrs. Mr and Mri. Cornelius nnd jlMer, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond nnd children. Charles, Jr., and "Whether they decide to build wait wait until tthe law is chanaj'sd. We Middlesex County Surrogate's Court 7H5.
until TOGETHER with and subject to, Room, 50,1, (.',,.,
Hermsnn. M?nlo Park. Kernutt and daughter. Sally, Barbara Arm. 34 Shadowlawn or not", Mr. SkUlman Informed need the- school as scon as NOTICE TO CREDITORS th<> IKC of n pnrty wall along part of New Brunmi'ii'k
Drive have returned home after the Township representatives, possible." Mary Witt CamiRhcr. Edwip O. the northerly lln« of the above de- ay, A\iRiist .lip11.
• Mr. an;i Mrs. James B!nek. LeRoy. N. Y.. for a week. Adaipa, E. Miilford Blrdsall. Joanne K-rlhed premises. In common with »ny eastern dayii«i,i
ises. In c o m m o n y
Pa'.rici.i Avrnue. entertained Mr. — Mr. a,n<l Mrs Raymond Roh- a two weeks vacation with Mr. "does not make too much differ- Agreeing that panelizml con- Hayee and Joseph A. Carregher. Jr. owner of the premises Immediately lug and dciivir
nnri Mrs. Aimist De Vico and riei and family. Falryiew Avenue, Smith's mother. Mrs. Andrew ence on this matter of valuations. struction might be a "lif^-saver gjuwiltors of JosephofAElmer I. Brown, on the north of the jibov* described certilizerparka),•>
ceased., by direction
Curraghrr. de- th
rii;,riren Auaust. Jr.. Wayno and have returned from a two week'.". Smith. Wllkes-Barre. Pa. When you have a vets exemption In temporary or semt-perriianent Surrogate of the County of Middlesex, BEINO the premises commonly Speclflratlom .
Sharon, at Sunday dinner. vacation at Point Pleasant. Th* —Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dalinsky, of $500 on a $2,500 valuation you construction" Mr. Sklllm.'Tn re- hereby gives notice to the creditors of !;nown ns 425 Crows Mill Ro«<), Ford*, h e proposed M
the said Joseph A. CarrnKher. to bring
—Mr. and Mrs, Charles Rouge. Rohdes entertained friends from and son. Thomas. Ridge Road, have a substantiat saving for the marked "that it will be something In their debt*, demands and claims New Jcr.wy lerbert R r\,.,v-.
E.IM C".:fT Rond entertained at an CoioniH at B beach party as fol- were guests of Mrs. Daltnsky's taxpayer but when you have $500 the legislature will have to care against the estate of the said decensod. UKINci the aanio premises conv»ye<l Inglneer nt i):,r, . Hive been
under oath or nfllrmntlon. within six by MrKlnney Construction Co. to Wit- Ing, New Brim
outdoor barberne. Guests were lows: Mr. and Mrs, Charl?s Ncu- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and off a $5,000 valuation it doesn't, of." months from this date or they will be ter E Uneskl and Anne Lsneskl. hl» may be lns|ip, •, ;
Mr and Mrs George Bain and haus, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fix, Mr. Mrs. Archie Osborne, Somorvllle. mean so much! In answer to a question as to forever barred of any action therefor wire by deed dated June 7, 195(1. M - d e n during i>u.;
children. N:x?n Park. and Mrs. James Sutherlin. Mr. A birthday party was held for No Question of Need when the Board would i'ke to against the said Executors. rorded June 14. 1950. tn BooK 1J0O erf
be furnished » T
Dated July 28th. 1954. Deeds for snld County, page Hi.
—Mr. iinri Mrs, Howard Currid. and Mrs. Russell Peakers, Miss Richard Osborne, 9. Asked whether the Township hove its special election on the TOGETHER with the appurtenances flcaUons Ir. ' > .
I -ras'rr Road, entertained at Deanne Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Les- Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton, was In accord with the building referendum, Mr Desmond an- MARY WITT CARRAGHER,
BOWIN O. ADAMS,
and nil futures now or hereafter at- County Hecor.i i
tached to or used In connection with wick. New J c r '
s:i oiitr'oor picnic. Quests were ter Fngans. They also entertained 15 Tanglewood Lane, entertained of a new school, Mr. Deimonri swered, "September 30", I. MULFORD BIROSALL,
Mrs. Rohde's brother and sister- for several days, Mrs. Hamilton's said it was and submitted a reso- the premises herein described, and la payment of $iu
Mr C'.irnd's mother, Mrs. L. J. It was rxplained it would enable JOANNE HAYEB. addition thereto the following house- Bids must hi
Currid and Mr. and Mrs. John in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and lution passed by the Town Com- the Board to receive bids in Jan- JOSEPH A. CARRAOHER. JR..
hold upiillnnres. which art. and thai proposal fotiiiv
Executors. he deemed to be fixtures and attached nntcd thfrcln .
F,'! 1 " all of Co'.onla. ComDton, Williamstown, Mass. Mrs. William Wenzel, her nephew mittee concurring" w i t h t h e "when it is possible to get BEtWETT & SHEPARD, EsqS. to the realty, nnd are a portion of p
—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Par- —Mr. and Mrs. Howard Currid, and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Board's plans. better prices." 250 Bellevue Avenue, the security for the Indebtedness men- sealed (>nvelli)|,,
Lancaster Road, have returned Sedlar, all of Union and her UpfMt MontoMr, N, J., tioned;
5011= and sen. Kenneth, Jr., Lan- "While the Township Commit- Financing, Discussed Attorneys.
M" 4-Uurntr WrJbllt O&a Range ot the Job on :i,.
. raster Roed. spent the weekend from a week's vacation with Mrs. cousin. Mrs. James McCarthy, of tee Is in agreement, the financial Mr. Schlerloh requested Mr. I.-L. B-5, 12, 19, 25 Mor-Flo Automaltc Gss Krattr trie Boiml of r
a: Orley Beach. Currid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Highlands. condition of the Township Is not Skiliman to state again his posi- I American Ideal-Alre Forced Ho Mlddlesei c v i t ••
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
—The Mothers Association of William Scarpttla, Point Pleasant. —Patricia Keracofe, daughter strong", Mr. Skiliman commented. tion on temporary financing as Air heating system. panled by , , :
Cul'iiia will meet Monday at 8
Sealed bids will
•Mr. and MI'S. Stanley Sea- of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Keraoofe "I don't think the assessed valua- outlined (it a hearinq before the Purchasing Agent's lie received at ithe Tha upprmlinata amount of the company autimr:
Office. Room ItJment to be. satisfied by Bald sale the State u ( ';.
P. M. at the Civic Club, Inman basty and sons, James and Thom- 8 Tanglewood Lane, is standing tion has kept up with the growth State Department of Education,. County Record Building, New Brims- in the sum of Eight Thousand Jtv furnish bond ;ji
Avenue. as, Inwood Avenue, attended a davs at the Girl Scout Cimp at of the population. Is there a Wick, N. J., on Tuesday. AUjUM 31. Hundred sixty-three ($8.M3.M) Dollar* of the eontr.,1 •
"I said at that time", Mr. Skill- 1954, at 11:00 A. M.. for .the furnishing together with the codts of this sale. for not less n.., ;
—Mr and Mrs I D. Parker birthday picnic at the home of White Head Lake, Somerville. chance that the valuation will be man said." that you caji finance and delivering of the following, which Together with nil and singular th of the utnovuu h. :
and children. William and Pa- Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bohnrcsik, —The Mothers Association of increased by October W55?" terrtnorarily for a three-year pe- must comply with New Jersey Stale rights, privileges, hereditament* and place and on "
in-in, Amhurst Avenue, have re- Avenel, in honor of Mr, Bo- Cnlonla Is sceklne; for someone to There was no one in authority riod. You might pick up a more Highway Specifications: appurtenances thereunto belonging or tloned: All hlihli r
turned liomp after a week's vaca- rmrcsik. take over the duties of Girl Scout present to answer Mr. Sklllman's favorable maket within that -pe- 1S30 Ft —18" Reinforced Concrete Pipe In anywise appertaining.H. JAMISON, the Bonrd of rROBERT
—Leo Kline, Ernest Prey and leader, of assistant Girl Scout question. 80 Ft.—3*" Reinforced Concrete Pipe
tion with Mr. Parker's parents, r riod, but make some provision 7—Standard Catch Basins. Complete Sherifr. least flvc A;,\; j :
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Parker, China Albert Foote, al! of Coionia, en- leader in the Inman Avenue sec- At the beginning of the hear- for retiring the principal so yi'm EDWARD FELD, Attorney. recelvlnn bids
The Board n v r , .
Grove. N. C. Dellmy to be made to
oyed a day's fishing at Barn eg at tion of Colonla. For further in- ing Mr. Skiliman evidently re- do not get the full load en the tloi\a ID Middlesex County.various loca- I.-L. 8-19, 26; 9-2, 9 •81.8'
any and nil but
—John and Kenneth Enz, sons Light. formation call Mrs. Harry More- ferred to the proposed permanent bonds." Bidders shall tender their bids on NOTICE Interest or the <-,,
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enz, —•Miss June Scrudato, Hutley, croft, Fulton 1-0210 before 5 P. M. the use of panellzed construction At that point the hearing aws their own letterheads, and or certified Notice la hereby given that the fol Freeholders of M.; ,
bids must By order or T
Wood Avenue, have returned visited Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sira- be accompanied by
—Coionia friends will be sorry to save money when he stated; adjourned. After the meeting it check In the amount cash ten per cent lowing proposed ordinance was Intro
duced and passed on first reading at
home after a vacation at Camp cusa, Carolyn Avenue, for aevertal to hear of the death of Louis "May I say the Local Government was indicated decision would be (11%) of the total bid. meeting of the Township of Wood- I.-L. 8-18
Winnebago, Marcella, N. J. days. Boldisehar, Oregon, on Thursday, Board dees not build schools. We reached within ten days or two if two or more merchants are tie on In the County of Middlesex,
an item, the Purchasing Agent reserves New Jersey, held on the 17th day of
—Mr. and Mrs. Paskell Merritt, —Mr. and Mrs. Emery Olagola, August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Boldis- are not going to tell Woodbrldge weeks. the right to make the award lo one August, 1054, and that said ordinance
Amhurst Avenue, entertained over Florence Avenue, entertained Mr. shar would have been married 49 what type of construction to use. uf the bidders. will be taken up for further considera-
the weekend. Guests were Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Strubel and Mr. years the next day, The deceased All we require Is that the work be OUT; IN AGAIN. The Board of Chosen Freeholders re- tion and final passage at a meeting of
Merrltt's brother, James T, Mer- and Mrs. Patrick Siracusa, all of was the father of Mrs. John Stru- done as inexpensively aa possible BALTIMORE. Md. —, George serv»» th» right to increase or decrease said Township Committee ta us neld.
the amount above specified by adding
ritt. Greenville, S. C; Rev, and Colona, at cards.. bel, Klamath Palles, Ore., who Is and still be consistent with the William Mack was just leaving the thereto or deducting therefrmi an at Its meeting room la the Municipal
Building in Woodbrldge, New Jersey
Mrs. Benjamin F. Hawkins and -Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keracofe, the sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. State Code. These things are up jail after four and one half yea.rs amount equal to twenty-five per cent on the 2nd day of September «t
(SS%) of the totil amount herein men- o'clock P. M. (D6T), or as soon there-
children, Benjamin and Betty and children, Patricia and Ralph, Henry Strubel. 214 Colonla Boule- to the State Board of Education." of a six-year tern of burglary. tioned. after as raid matter can be reached
Jane, Rockhill, S. C ; Mr. and 8 Tanglewood Lane, have returned vard. Mr. and Mrs. Boldisehar Mr. Nicklaj then outlined the The usual routine shakedown The Purchasing Agent reserves the at which time and place all person!
Mrs. Jerry Merritt and children, home after a week's vacation with spent two months In Coionia in needs of the school system and search was performed and Mack right to reject any or all bids, and his who may be Interested therein will
subject In all respects
Sandra and Joan, Seaford, Del.; Mr. Keracofe's uncle, Herbert 1952 and made many friends here. pointed out the alarmingly con- gathered up his few belongings action 16 of the Board of Chosento the heard concerning the same.
tAr. and Mrs. Joseph Leadenham, Keracofe, West Haven, Conri. B. J. DUNIGAN, Flowers spc.ik m«» >
—Mrs. Edward Dunlgan and tlnued increase. J3J, and prepared to leave. Excusing holders of the County of Middlesex. Township Clerl
Ttusetle, ana Mttton DuntianvEast •Mr. and Mrsr-fceoimrd • Mttg*- Sons, Timothy and Dennis, Run-' tion. He discussed the many de- "fflmSHI Tor a moment, he dashed By order of the Bonrd of Chosen AN ORDINANCE FOR THE VACATION eloquently thin \iutd>
Jeffrey, N. H. nuson and children, Leonard and nvmede Road, have returned home velopments already erected and to the basement and returned Freeholders of the County of Middle- OF AND THE RELEASE AND EXTIN
sex. > Send sweet ii"-«i;n
GUISHMENT OP THE PUBLIC RrOHTi
• ,, —Mrs. Charles Skibinski and Patricia, Oxford Road, spent sev- after a three weeks vacation with told of the developments now with a small bundle he said he ARTHUR L. BURROUOHS, IN OR ARISING OUT OF THE VACA by flowers oltrn lfc.'j
children, Peter, Mary, George and eral days vacationing in Canada, Mrs. Dunlgan's parents at White under construction or to iw con- had almost forgotten. In it, offi- Purchasing Agent. TION OF THE STREETS AS HHOWr^
I.-L. 8-19 mean so mm h
Albert,, Amhurst Avenue, spent at Niagara Falls. Fields, White Mountains, N. H. structed such as the Duke Estate cers found First Sergeant Champ ON THE MAP OF PARK LAKE OAR
—Mr* and Mrs. Louis J. Mea- Zumbrun's gold watch and ciga- DENS:
the day" at Ocean Gate. —'Linda Lee, daughter of Mr. and the Pagan Estate. SHERfFP'S SALE WHEREAS, the Township Committee We Deliver ami i,:..r.iPs
—Maureen Scott, Inman Ave- ney, Hyde Park, Mass.. has re- and Mrs. Charles Stacey, Bram- When the subject turned to rette lighter. Mack was promptly SUPERIOR COUkT OF NEW J E R S E Y - of the Township of Woodbrldge did
nue, spent the week with her turned home after a visit with hall Road, celebrated her fourth Township finances, Mr. Alexander charged with larceny and again Chancery Division, Middlesex County. accept for filing and maintenance al
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. birthday at a party. Guests were related when a brochure (which lodged in jail.
Docket No. P-1832-53. FEDERAL NA- of the streets, roads, places and ldnei
TIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, an shown on "Map of Park L&ke Oa
Mrs. Nicholas Magazeno, Carl- and Mrs. Harry Morecroft, Kim- David and Mark Toms, Rahway; was designed by the Woodbrldge a corporation of the United States, dens" at their regular meeting of Jun FLOWFK S!Hi|'
stadt. berly Road. Darlene Schnarr, Roselle; Alfan, Publishing Co.) was issued, it Needed On the Team Plaintiff, and WAITER E. LANESKI 1, 1964, as more particularly set fowl
and ANNE LANESKI, his wife, et nl., lu the notions of the committee; an'
—Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wuertz. —Petty Chief Officer 3/C Nor- Michael and Cathleen Kean, Interested a large group of finan- "How was it Perkins didn't get Defendants. Writ of Execution for the WHEREAS, It has been
West ClifT Road, entertained bert Weles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth; Sandy, Anthony and cers in purchasing sewer bonds. his degree at college this year?" sale of mortgaged premises dated July that certain errors existed In the ma|
Mrs. Wuertz's brother and sister- William Weles, West Street, is Robert Korecky, Dianne and "They realized", he said, "we "You don't suppose the faculty 27, 1954 which necessitated the making, fllini
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wall- in Japan. acceptance of a revised map; an<
the above stated Writ.
Wayne Corbett, Rudy Maneff, have a Jot of hidden potential in is going to let a fine football play- toBy virtue of and delivered. 1 will ex- WHEREAS, said revised map, fcno< 3 0 5 Amlwiy A\f I
ner, Jr., Glenndale, L. I. —Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Denker, Richard and Carl Schultz, Jill the Township and they were very er like Perkins graduate, do you?"
—Mr, and Mrs. Harry Storch Hawthorne Avenue, entertained Huntef and Dorothy Purdy, all Impressed. We are able to get a
Inman Avenue have returned their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Peter of Coionia. nice bid on the bonds." '
from a motor trip through the Morroni and son, Charles, Bristol, —Mr. and Mrs. Arden Kean, Prospectus Important
New England States, particularly Conn. Bramhall Road, entertained Mr. Mr. Skiliman agreed that a
through Main and Cap Cod. —Plans for a hay-ride Tuesdky and Mrs. J. J. Campbell, Verga, "proper prospectus, a proper bro-
—Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Nehuas, starting from the Coionia Volun- New Jersey.
443 Fariview Avenue, entertained teer Hook and Ladder Co., flre-
chure can get a good market."
—Miss Joanne Glasscott, West When Mr, DeCoster expressed
Mr. and Mrs.1 William G. Cuth- house, Inman Avenue at 7:30 Clifffl Road, is spending a vaca- the hope that additional home
Here's where your money B U Y S MO!
bertson and children, Steven and P. M., were made at a meeting of tion, wfth Mr. and Mrs. Louis building is under strenuous re-,
Magali. Bronx. strictions, Mr, Aaroe repiied a
—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ulshoe- planning board was recently
fer, West Cliff Road, were recent formed and it will make recom-
Do All Your Banking :uests of Mr. and Mrs. George mendations for more stringent
Ulshoefer Ridgefleld. regulations.
—Th^econd Wajd., Tenth, Dis- At this point Mr. Skiliman
trict Democratic Club will sponsor stated: "Any building code should
at a picnic Sunday, September 12, at prohibit the eredtlon of more
the Coionia Volunteer Hook and than four houses on an acre. It
Ladder Co..' fire house, Inman will discourage developers from
"The Bank with Avenue at l ' P . M. There will be erecting cheap homes. If he has
game*, contests and prizes. There to use more land, you will have a
will be anomlnal admission fee. better type of development and
All the Services" —The Coionia Volunteer Hook your school problem will not be
and Badder Co., will sponsor a so acute." lampshades?
i carnival from August 23, through Mr. Merchant' than went over
August 28, at the flre»house the proposed school plans with
No matter, what your financial need, you will
grounds, Inman Avenue. Bjpllan- the Board pointing out there
find our coyrteous staff ready to advise and toni rides will be featured. Fire- would be 15 classrooms, a kinder-
assist you at all J,imes in any of these services . . . men's Night is scheduled for garten and all purpose room.
Thursday night August 26, and The fact that it will be a
prizes will be I awarded to the neighborhood school and In some
• BUSINESS LOANS company with trie best attendance extent will alleviate some of the
and the company coming from transportation problem, was also
• FHA HOME REPAIR LOANS the greatest distance. >
—'Mrs. George Hayes, oaywood
Mr. Nicklas informed the Local
Avenue, entertained her "brother- Government Board that his plans Exterminating?'
• PERSONAL LOANS in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. sail for turning the present four-
John Domici and their children, ioom School 6 in Iselin Into a
Rahway. School fpr the mentally retarded.
# AUTO LOANSi J
—Ufa. and Mrp. Clfar les Stagey, "The (law states we must take
f l s S »1'
Bramkall Road, entertained jtf care of | them",' the school super-
• SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXfS Stack's grandparents, Mr. and LntendeMt explained. "At present 'I'
Mrs, C. S. Weil, St. Augustine, We are sending them to outside •M'l
Fla., and Mj- and Mrs. Otto Well school dl$trlcts, paying tuition."
• CHRISTMAS CLUB and sons, Kenneth, Robert and
"I won't argue with that", Mr.
SkUlman asaerted. ; • • •
Apked whether any interested
/. - # TRUST SEfMCE '' " ' BECOBD FQB BREVITY. person had anything to say on the taxicab?
subject. Dr. Ooff emphasized that Before your present car geta any older . . . and less valuaM>•
BALTIMORE, Ui. — Mr. and) the Citizens Council " is solidly • • • 8 t o P >n and see ua. Not oply do we promise you a rcaU.v
• CURB TELLER SERVICE Mrs. D. B. Dugan, whose daughter behind the Board and the archi-
is at a camp tor girls in New tect in its plans for this new
better trade-in allowance on a new ' M Chrysler, but uU.
England, recently received » school. It 1s not only an Iselin lower down payments and terms to suit your budgei!
• TRAVELER'S CHECKS letter tihat rates tops for brevity. problem, it is a Tawnshrp-wide
And what a wonderful new car you'U be getting! . . W
ChryBler 8i?e and performance witl 29fi H F FirePower V'-<v
Thf girls are retired to write problem. Each whooi that is
home every Sunday ajterpoon. built relieves the overcrowded con- . highest-rated Qf all engineg, PLUS Powerflite, the IH<*'
f f CHECKING ACCOUNTS Mri and Mrs. Dugan received the ditions in other schools. i , automatic mklutch drive in any car today! Come in m>w
following from thtlr daughter, j for the most convincing drive of your life . , . in America's
Jennie: "Dear (Mother and Daddy. Mr. Offetn, recently appointed most beautiful performer . . . the new '54 Chrysler!
f SAVINGS ACCOUNTS This is my Sunday letter. Love, to the Board of Education and a
resident of Is«\Ln told the State
board that the proposed site for Till pow«r and look of l«qd«rth!p I? y a y i I* a
the schools "Is an excellent loca-
BUMOB BACKFIRES. tion. It. Is near the new develop-
SPOKANE, Wmh. - In ments and the development there
"The Bank with All the Services" ta numerous childi*li am Is greater than in any other sec-
to "What're ya d41n', m|«t<r?" tion of Woodbridge Township."
Olen Alien, twlldojef operator,
answered, "Digging for gold." The It WAS pointed out during, the
urn BAJiiK AND TRUST COMBWT tide told their mothers, who told hearing that "sectionalism it> fad-
other mothers and soon the whole ing away" in Wuodbri*e Towu-
Member federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
netgh&whood was in a tizzy. Con-
fronted with the rumor, Alkeh "When the last school was con-
laughed and s*id.. "Tfeftt we a structed fe Colonid, iiaiia mi-
MAURO MOTORS, l"c c:
joke for the kids, I'm helping put
in a lawn."
heipe* tn put it *crasq by 611 AM BOY AVENUE ' WQQPBRID