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Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Thursday, May 1, 1947
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX OTHER OBITUARIES ON PAGE 28 3Ir-i. Mary Sltidtliford Thre Bridge Mrs. Mary Ellen Studdiford of Three Bridges, 73, died Tuesday night in Somerset Hospital, Somerville, after a brief illness. She was the widow of the late Lawrence Van Studdiford, who died Dec. 3, 1943. Her parents were the late Peter A. Sutphin and Georganna Van Cleve Sutphin. She had resided in this community 50 years and was an active member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Three Bridges. She is survived by three sons, Clifford and Arthur Charles Studdiford of Somerville and DeWitt B. Studdiford of Point Pleasant: &r.d one daughter, Mrs. Nina Z. Quick of Centerviile; six grandchildren, a brother. Harry Sutphin, and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Reformed Church of Three Bridges w;th the pastor, tjie Rev. Oswell I Summers, officiating. Intermentl will be in Three Bridges Cemetery. John 15. Kates Ifaddonfield ,.P John B. Kates, 71, treasurer of the Delaware River Joint Commission and former Camden County Common Pleas Judge, died yesterday of a heart attack. One of Camden County's most widely known lawyers and civic .leaders. Kates had been treasurer of the Joint Commission since 1937. A native of Camden, he was admitted to the bar 50 years ago and served in the General Assembly from 1913 to 1917 when he was elected to the State Senate. Lost and Found 5 -LOST- Piainfield Sarings Bank book -4j"?9. Robert Saunders. 454 W. Fourth St, Tel. PL, 6-4S77. LO.-T bak book No. 65426 on Plain-field Savings Bnk. Please return to ba nk. FOUND: Black, leather wallet on E. Front St. Contains name. Owner may har by identifying at Courier-News Office. LOST bank book No. 59375 on Plainfield Saving Bpiik. Pl'-ase return to bank. Personals 6 CHECKS cashed covernment, payroll. Notary public at Rubin's Drug Store. r 459 W. Fourth St, 10 a. m. to ID p. m. including Sunday. TeL Plfd. 6-9S58. Professional Services 8 SCALP treatment (sun lamp): special r.u:r and attention to children: lather-wmce. Frank's Barber Shop, Man- K,fn. Prop. 2lSmerset St. ACr-bUNTINC EOOKKEEPING Call E. A. Dressel. PL 5-9464 AUCTIONEER B G. Coats. 4f-0 Bath A Long Branch. J. Call 6-35U3. "Any Kind of Auction Anywhere. Transportation PLAINFIELD man driving to Is An-g-is May 19. has room for on pas-"r.S'T: reference required. rite R-l"9 Counir-N-Ts. Instruction 18 One to your Singer Sowing Center tzr expert instructions in Home Sewing. Join a morning, afternoon, or evening e-as now and make your own Spring Wardrobe. Eirt two-honr lessons $10. SINGER SEWING CENTER 119 W. Front St. Call PL 4-9000 Kelp (Male) 23 ATTENTION! Boys 12 years old and vt. Now is the time to start your business career and earn money by becoming a "Little Merchant." Spend i hour or so after school delivering The Courier-News on an established route in your vicinity. Papers left at your front door. As a "Little Merchant" you will set an early training In meeting people, regularity, prompt-rs and keeping accurate records Many newspaper boys are today's business leaders. Application fnr.s may be obtained at Circulation It-t d"k. Courier-News, or tel. PL -)9 and ask for Circulation Man- IJT. CI.OTHING factory. Man with knowl-ei!t of tailoring to i-arn repair work n mn's coats. Good opportunity. F. i;ini-!lo. 4l W.ilchtirig Ave. Time .Study 3Ien Industrial Engineers Wi;'.;re to train rcnt coll g grailu-x't-r r June, I''. graduates pi e-f rrr-1 Sa.'iry tiprn. Write N-200, 'miri'r-Nrn-n I RAl'MNURR A KEESE hive opsn-i: f jT managT'a sisttit. Must have for eperl-nce. Apply at office. 103 - Fourth St. hefere 5 pin. HIGGINS PL 4-0017 Hem for Funarala 8th St at Arlington IIonasents of Birre Granite are not 'one a tribute to a beloved memory. These monuments carry in the dignity ani beauty of stone a reminder to f.rre generirionj of the spirit dtt lives forever. let us show you Barre Granite Monu-ciesis when you are making this moat patmt a d lasting i.v.u ca U L. L. MANNING & SON Established 1861 STANLEY BURNER. Owner 405 WEST FRONT STREET TEL PLFD. 6-0706 "Sew illustrated booklet furnished upon request THOMAS C KEISER Phona: PL 6-4848 . V1 !J the 7Jmw. OBITUARIES Help (Male) 23 Junior Accountant MUST HAVE SOME EXPERIENCE Apply Employment Office Johns-Manville Corporation MANVILLE. MEN! MEN I MEN I Wanted for Steady Jobs No Experience Necessary Work for a company that provides the following: GOOD STARTING RATES SHIFT DIFFERENTIALS MEDICAL DEPT. CAFETERIA HOSPITALIZATION MEDICAL SURGICAL PLAN GROUP INSURANCE VACATION PLAN SICK BENEFITS HOLIDAY PAY S HER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. Bound Brook PLANT GUARDS Industrial concern haa opening for a number of alert and able-bodied men; must be at least 5 feet 9 inches in height, weight 175 pounds and between 25 and 35 years of age. With a high school education or its equivalent No previous experience necessary. Write listing physical description and education. Write R-133 Courier-News GASOLINE PUMP MECHANIC Experienced; line opportunity for man looking for permanent position, good salary, five-day week. Write stating qualifications to Box .205. Somerville, N. J. HELPERS WANTED HARRIS STRUCTURAL STEEL CO. New Market, N. J. PAINTERS, first class. Apply 301 Cedar St.. Garwood. HANDY MAN, carpenter, odd jobs, re pairs in house. Crehore. Call evegs. 7-8. 542 W. Seventh St. or PL 6-0400. YOUNG man for general laundry help and special delivery work. SAMOSET LAUNDRY 902 North Ave. ALTO mechanics helper wanted, pre fer single young man; must have references. Apply Conoco Service Station, 29 Highway and Rock Ave. HOUSEMAN Little cooking, business couple, live in; small country place, must be handy in side and out : references required, sal ary $150 mo. Write R-132 Courier-News. YOUNG MAN to learn trade, good pay to Btart a w. second si. BAKER, Kkilled. New York Bakery, 51b W. Third St. SALES ENGINEER tr Ceramics, must have B.S. or better.. 55.200 year. CI I EM 1ST Research on plastics. Mas ter's Degree or better, age to 40. sal arv to S9.0U0. MECHANICAL ENGINEER on Turbine Control, salary open. MECHANICAL ENGINEER Expert meed on Ktructural design, piping lay' out. age to 45, salary open. MECHANICAL ENGINEER Experi enced on machine design, to 5U.O00. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER Age to 40, must have degree, salary open. Many desirable positions not listed Weber EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 942 George St. New Brunswick Daily 9 a m -5 p.m. Eve'g3. by appmt Tel. New Brunswick i-WYZ "CRESCENT HOME9' P. CASEY & SON D ERECTOR OF rtTBTRALS 151 EAST SEVENTH ST. AT CRESCEWT AVE STUB TeL PlalnHeld 6-2S31 FLOWERS For Every Occasion CRAY'S Florist Route 29 and Stountaln Ave. N. Plainfield I'ldL 6-1166 FAMILY MATTERS Older folk tinJcntand that Pre-arrange-menu juard their loved ones from future ctpenditurc. and at the um time guarantee that their wuhe will be fattbiulljn carried through. . . Neither time nor distance limit our service to. those who are bereaved. Funerals in faraway places are arranged for as pert of our regular service. MEMORIAL. FUNERAL HOME" 400 FRANKIIN PLACE 23 Acetylene or Electric Welders Experienced and trainees Apply PERSONNEL, OFFICE Condenser Corporation So. Plainfield. ESTIMATOR ENGINEERS "Welded Steel Fabrication. Good opportunity for intelligent young men to learn estimating and designing pressure vessels and general steel plate construction.' Write R-131, Courier-News PRESSER, experienced on ladies' and men's garments, steady work, good pay. Farina & Son, 974 W. Third St. TWO young men (white), 18 or oyer. experience unnecessary. j?-or interview call at Elite Home Window Cleaning Co., 144 Harding Ave., No. Plainfield (between Rock and Clinton Aves., near the Brook). MAN between 35 and 45 to operate cof- lee route in Plainfield and vicinity. Salary and commission. Write R-130, Courier-News. Butcher - Must be experienced. Apply PARK STORES 631 Park Ave. Service Man For auto accessory store. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Good working conditions. Apply R & S AUTO STORE 300 W. Front St. Men make extra money Increase family income. Full or part time. Iearn demonstration work. High commission earnings. No experience required. Training given. Car necessary. Write R-138, Courier-News. COOK Must be first class; industrial cafeteria experience preferred. Top wages, five day we?k. Ideal working conditions. Write full experience to Box R-139, Courier-News. CASHIER wanted, day work. Gregory's Diner. Dunellen. SALESMAN for furnituaa store, must have some experience, saTary and commission. 447 North Ave., Dunellen. BOOKKEEPER and general office man ager, experienced, good opportunity lor right man. Write R-120, Courier-News. BOY, 15-18 years, to help on farm. Experienced preferred but not essential. Will provide room, board and wages. Write R-141, Courier-News. ACCORDION player, modern, read, improvise, for replacement in quurtet organized five years. Now playing three nights weekly. Write R-123, Courier-News. SALESMAN and saleswoman to con tact churches and all women's organ izations to sell a complete line of na tionally advertised electrical appliances, cookware, cotton goods, etc., Ftrictly wholesale. Excellent earnings. Must have car. Write for appointment to Box P-142. courier-News. MAN to assemble packages, permanent. Five day week. Mapleorest Laundry, 415 Madison Ave. LICENSED engineer, steady position. good salary. Apply Water Works, 1270 JorthAve; EXPERIENCED truck driver wanted. farm experience preferred. Six-room houoe available. Tel. Peapack 8-0321 Ellin Tiger Company. Gladstone. Wool preaser, steady work, good wages, Michael James Cleaner W. Union Ave., Bound Brook Wool spotter and cleaner. Steady work, good wagesr-Michael James Cleaner W. Union Ave., Bound Brook SALESMEN, for nationally advertised products, sold direct. Large earning poHRlDln. A-X IJlstriDutors. 38a weal, field Ave., K. RoHcile Park. ARCHITECTURAL draftsman. Give full particulars first letter. Small of fice, varied work, 40 hr. five day weekv Write N-183. courier-News. CAKE BAKER and bench man wanted. Dee-1 ite Bakery, 1204 W. Front S t CLERK for grocery store, good wages, steady work. Apply Vogel & Tanzcr, W4Sou I hA v ANSWERS to ooz numoer advertisements require no postage when brought to The Courler-Newa Office. BARBER wanted on Saturdays. BERKELEY BARBER SHOP Berkeley Heights Help (Female) 24 KEY PUNCH OPERATORS CLERKS TYPISTS For local Industry. Excellent Working Conditions. With Opportunity for Advancement. Write R-liO, Courier-News GIRLS AND WOMEN OPERATORS PACKERS FLOOR GIRLS Paid Vacation Six Paid Holidays High Incentive Rates Ideal Working Conditions Modern Factory APPLY A. L. Sicgel Co. Inc. Lincoln Blvd., Middlesex, N. J. Stenographer Must be experienced : age 21-28. hr. week. Excellent opportunity. APPLY PERSONNEL DEPT. Art Color Printing Co. Dunellen WAITRESS , experience unnecessary Plantation Grill, Route 29, Scotch Plains. Buttonhole operators on children's dresses, also button sewers on Singer machines. CELESTE FROCKS 308 W. Second St. SECRETARY. LAW OFFICE Winans, Crane & Crane 203 Park Ave. Tel. PL 6-2091 Help (Male) PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1947 Help (Female) 24 Key Punch Operator Stenographer Apply Employment Office JOHNS-MANVILLE CORPORATION Manville Clerk-Typist URGENT Young Woman for Winding Apply PERSONNEL OFFICE Condenser Corporation So. Plainfield. MURPHY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 234 Park Ave. Openings for cooks first floor workers, couples, chambermaid-waitresses, cham- Dermaid-nurse. general houseworkers. Good situations. GIRL as clerk in cleaning and dying store, experience not necessary. Only those should apply who are willing to work steady. Sun Store, 144 W. Main St., Somerville. GENERAL office typing and switch- ooara. SAMOSET LAUNDRY 902 North Ave. NURSE-RECEPTIONIST, for doctor's otiices. Registered or practical, typing preferred. 40-hr. week. 519 Church St., Bound Brook. Call Bound Brook 9-0420. HOUSEKEEPER, middleaged, white. one looKing ior a nice home, three children, no laundry, pleasant surroundings, good salary. Call Somerville 8-1959 or write . John Sazorchek, 15 Park Ave.. Somerville. BOOKKEEPER-TYPIST Young lady with good knowledge of bookkeeping and typewriting ability, for interesting diversified work in local office. Write R-152. Courier-News. RECORD salesgirl who likes music: some experience. After 8 p. m. Bob's music encp, xti jj. .fourth St. YOUNG woman for fountain work. Ap- Til IT t ' il. . ...... tr . ... .... T" I -t . ' , 1 r'J 'ftc "Ul 111' y X1U38UII1 rill! Farm, 205 E. Fifth St., 5:30 to 12:30 p.m. TYPIST WANTED Neat and Accurate MELTZER CORP.. 528 South Ave. WOMEN, full or part time. $2 an hour iuasimc. iu canvassing, write XN-isU Courier-News. TAKE orders for Maisonette Frocks in spare Time, wew spring and summer line. Write for complete outfit. P.O. Box 113, Trenton. GIRL WANTED, single, to work in juncneoneiie, goon worKing conditions, good pay. Liberty Confectionery, 432 W. Front St. WHITE woman as housekeener. heln titie lur iwu ciuiureii, live 111. Uall li) a.m. to ia noon. 820 Dixie Lane. GENERAL houseworker. plain cooking. swu pay. worm, iiw ja. iront at. Call PL 6-3783. GIRL over 18, white, experience pre- iciieu. noyermann s coniectionery oimc, jo-a ru. croaq or., westneid. GIRLS YOUNG WOMEN FOR FACTORY WORK Hours 7:30-4 Starting rate 80c per hour Kingston Conley Electric Co. 68 BROOK AVE. WANTED, maid for general housework in small family. One willing to go away ior summer. tceterences re quired. Write R-122, Courier-News. FLOOR girls and operators wanted, good pay. First floor, 119 E. Fourth St, SILK presser, steady work, good wages Michael James Cleaner W. Union Ave., Bound Brook GIRLS wanted, light factory work, steady, days. 401 Hamilton Blvd. (in rear;, souin riainrir;ld. MAID, experienced, general housework, from 1 p.m. through dinner. 660 Sheridan Ave. YOUNG woman, full time, to help make lamp shades, easy work, no experience needed. Apply E. T. Williams, 755 Ceu- Jral Ave., West field. SALESLADY, experienced, lady's coats and dresses, good pay. Steady position. Apply Gay's, 69 W. Main St., Somer- v I le.Te 1. Somery Ule8: 1 755. GIRL wanted as "manager In dry clean-ing store. Apply Kent's, 229 E. Front IlbuEKEEPE'Ri white" two adults; for person looking for home, own room, liberal time off, good salary. Write W. Futler, Poe pi., p. o. Box 77, New Market. Call Dunelleri 2-6430. RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, professional office, part time, 12:30 to 5 daily. Write stating qualifications to Box R-119, Courier-News. WAITRESS, apply ready to work. Good hours, good wages, good tips. Royal Restaurant, 433 Park Ave. YOUNG woman wanted for classified want ad dept. of The Courier-News. Must be neat, quick, accurate, with pleasing telephone voice. 40-hr. week includes about three hours every Saturday afternoon. Answer In own handwriting stating age. education and past employment to Box R-1U4. Courier-News. WAITRESS, good personality, experi-enced, steady position for right party. Clara Louise Tea Room. 219 E. Front St. EXPERIENCED stenographer-clerk, by well established textile house, downtown New York, convenient for New Jersey commuting. Pleasant office, five-day week, holidays and vacation, good opportunity. Write R-129, Cou r I e r-Ne ws, WOMAN for general laundry work. Live in or out. No experience necessary. Good salary. Apply Bonnie Burn Sanatorium. Scotch Plains. Tel. Fan-wood 2-7240. EXPERIENCED typist and office worker. Hours. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. 12 o'clock Saturdays. Write full particulars stating salary. Mr( Griffith, Thomas Young Orchids Inc., Bound "Brook. Operators Wanted Apply STANDARD HANDBAG CO. 741 W. Front St. GIRL or woman in dry cleaning establishment, steady work. Write P-158 Courier-News. STENOGRAPHER and General office worker. MIRON'S 134 E. Front St ' READERS answering help wanted advertisement are urged not to forward original references to advertisers. A copy will answer. Keep original in Dossession. tf OPERATORS on Singer sewing machines, also hand sewers. F. Caianiello, 400 Watchung Ave. COUxVTER GIRL, waitress experienced, for nights from 6:30 to 12:30 five days a week. Apply Blue Star Drive-In, Route 29 and Wilson Ave. COOKS, first floor, couples, house-workers. Hotel and restaurant work. PLAINFLD EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 126 North Ave. Tel. PL 6-3534 GIRLS to learn laundry operations, no Saturday work, possible earnings $38 and up. Maplecrest Laundry, 415 Madison Ave. Help (Male-female) 27 SEAMSTRESS or tailor for part or full time work. TODD'S CLOTHES 109 W. Front St. COOKS, couples, for resorts, part-time domestics. References. LINCOLN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. 43jLW Fourth St. Tel. PL 6-4 263 COLLECTOR with car. no experience necessary. $8 commission per day. guaranteed plus gas allowance. Post-office Box 1224, Plainfield. Help (Male-Female) 27 MAN or woman, part time for kitchen work. Experience unnecessary. Plan-tation Grill, Route 29. Scotch Plains. Work Wanted (Female) 28 SWEDISH housekeeper will take complete charge; two adults; best of references. Call MURPHY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Tel. PL 6-0243. WOMAN to cook dinners, five or six evenings or from 3 p.m. 'til after dinner. Write R-124, Courier-News. SWITCH BOARD operator wishes work on P.B.X. board. Mrs. G. Blackford, 426 Green Court. Tel. PL 6-1798-W. Work Wanted (Male) 29 LAWNS cared for, pruning, hedge trimming, flower beds. 15 years ex-perience. Call Cabell, PL 6-10468. Driving lessons Given at reasonable fee Magee, Bonnie Burn Rd., Scotch Plir!? PEP UP your motor with a valve job. six-cylinder car $15 plus parts. Tel. Millington 7-0486 RELIABLE colored man wishes job cooking. 404 New St. Call PL 6-9204-R. JAMES HAM, general contracting, exca vating, digging lob or bv It. 80S m. Third St PL 6-9788 or 6-7272-J eve'gs. WOODLAND cleared and timber cut (power saw). Call 5-7 p.m. PL 6-10498. MANAGER or managing chef, industrial cafeteria preferred or will take concession, twenty years experience. Write N-164. Courier-News. SASH CORD ana WTNDOW LASS REPLACED 425 Spooner Ave. PL 6-2077-M Machine Shop Work Wanted 30 MACHINE SHOP WORK, regular, experimental. Can furnish aluminum sand castings. Ca'l -L 6-2562-J or 6-6488-W. Pawn Shop Loans 32 YOU can borrow on diamonds, watches, jewelry, shot guns, instruments, etc. No waiting No red tape. Plainfield Loan Co.. 125 Park Ave. License No. 32. Insurance 33 AUTO LIABILITY. $5.000-$l 0.000: Property Damage. $5.000 $30. J. HERBERT STEVENSON. TNC Strand Bldg. Tel. Plfd. G-8393 Banks Loans 26 PERSONAL LOANS Borrow the Bank way and SAVE 12 Monthly Payments Include All Charges Our Total Monthly Total Charge Cash You Payments For Year Get NOW 19 S 6.48 J101. BS 10 7.20 J 12.80 12 8.64 185.89 IS 12.96 203.04 25 18.00 282.00 85 S5 20 894 R0 45 82.40 607.60 60 36.00 664.00 Ask Tor Booklet COMPARE COSTS THE PLAINFIELD TRUST COMPANY Cor. Park Ave. and Second St. Member Federal Reserve System and F. D. L C. Finance Co. Loans 37 Phone For A Loan Plainfield 6-1215 Ask for MISS HARGREAVES or MR. SCHEMPP Tell us how much you need and we'll have the cash ready for you when you come in. Amount Monthly Payments Of Cash including Charges YouGet 5 Mo. 10 Mo. 12 Mo. 15 Mo. $ 50, $13.76 S 5.71 75. 16.14 . 8.57 S 7.31 S 6.06 100. 21.52 11.43 9.75 8.08 150. S2.29 17.14 14.62 12.11 200. 43.05 22.85 19.50 16.15 300. 64.57 34.28 29.25 24.23 No red taoe. Your desire for privacy is strictly respected. You'll find the INDUSTRIAL "A good company to do business with. CndustrialLoan Society 142 E. 7ront St.. Plalnrield (Over 2olse's) License 158 (Mo. Rate on Unpaid Balances) George H. Scfterr.pp. Manager Loans Made in All Nearby Towns Getting a LOAN For the First Time t ' At 'Personal' you can borrow as little as you need $25 or as much as $300 Ma mlnimitm AP odvnnCA f ) 1 f 4 ! 1 f P H IV A ' (Innnrlil. rfr1lt u ri nrtrmint nf one office establishes credit at nearly .400 others. Loans made on one visit to office. Just phone first then come m. Lie 671 Vhr'o per Mo. on Balance PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 0 Watchune Ave, (Union Bldsf.) C. Van Cleef. Mgr. Tel. PL 6-2780 Phone John E. Pitcher Westfield 2-51G1 Quick, Confidential Service 15 minute auto loans. Alao on signature, furniture or salaries. There's a FRIENDLY plan for every need. Friendly Finance Company 235 E. Broad St., Westfh-ld Lie. No. 726 Mo. rate 2Vi Phone Plfd. 6-2820 For a . Thirty-Minute Loan Cash on your own SIGNATURE ONLY also FURNITURE AND CAR LOANS. Phone for information and come, in to sign the papers and get your cash. 2Vi month on unpaid balance Prudential Autopltm 328 Park Ave. (Over Abbott's) Tel. Plfd 6-2820 License No. 692 IMMEDIATE LOANS Get $25 to $300 today. Call Mr. Carroll at BOUND BROOK 9-2513. EMPLOYEES PERSONAL LOAN CO. 11 H-imilton St., Bound Brook Lie. 757. Rate 2&. Closed Sats. Mortgages 38 MORTGAGE LOANS tor Refinancing or Construction FHA GI Loans Low Interest Rates EMPIRE MORTGAGE CORP. Room 308, 9 Watchung Ave. Tel. PL 6-9260 20-25 YEAR F.H.A. MORTGAGE LOANS Money advanced during construction, GI home loans. Mortgage service to builders. UNDERWOOD MORTGAGE & TITLE CO. 7-9 Watchung Ave. Tel. Plfd 6-5500 N. Jersey's Foremost F.H.A. Specialists 4 MORTViAGE money on existing houses and new construction, also FHA. Frederick A. Onore. 266 Somer-set St.. N. Plainfield. Tel. PL 6-0667. Business " Opportunities 41 OAS STATION, REPAIRS Well established going business on . : T,lun 4, Tl,infi.l(l ppntpr ItutlH luau, ivac vw . tn. t-.i fully equipped, stock machinery equip- . , - : . . t . ,t i meat ana accessui ajums ici m a.-rr. Rental $75 per month. Shell Gas 7,000 f als. month. Considerable repairs. Price 5.000. HYMAN ABRAMS, Realtor 233 W. Front St. Tel.. PL 6-0181 RESTAURANT, fully equipped includ ing deep freezer, G. E. refrigerator, steam table, grill, fornica counter, ehrome stools, doing good business. Immediate sale $4,500 for all. S. W. Ul- lian. Broker, 903 Main St., Bradley Beach. Call As bury Park 2-1678. KT.F.CTRIC motor reuairing and sales. fully equipped store. In stock: Water pumps, exhaust ana peuesiai lans. belts, nullevs. etc. Selling for inven tory. Centrally located. Must be quick sale, write K-i.)i). uoiirier-iNews. Grocery and Butcher Shop Complete stock and fixtures, excellent location, $800 weekly. A real buy at $5,000. ARTHUR C. SAUNDERS. Broker 376 Somerset SU Call PL 4-9211 CLASSIFIED ADS Bus. Opportunities 41 YOUR BUSINESS Can he sold QUICKLY" IIIRSCII & PINESS BROKERS 211 W. Front St. Tel. PL 6-6677 Sundays and Evenings ' Tel. PL 6-4348 or 6-4893 Hotel Stirling Main Street, Stirling $29,500. Established hotel now being operated. Two acres of land. Consult us for particulars. Frederick A. Martin Realtor 185 North Ave. DO YOU WANT TO SELL OR BUY A BUSINESS. FOR BEST RESULTS CONSULT US. S. MILECOFSKY Business Broker 204 E. Front St Call PL 6-2637 Tavern Liquor license, beautiful building with living quarters; 'SOO ft road frontage, situated on river, riparian rights; included are two six room houses.- Full information at my office after 5 p.m. Irvington Grocery, butcher, ice cream business, stock, two-apartment house, extra lot. $28,000. HILDEGARDE JACKSON, Realtor 29 Sandford Ave. Tel. PL 6-8650 ROAD stand and restaurant, (Country Tea Room), fully equipped, living quarters, located about' mile from Veterans' Hospital, at highway intersection, 247 ft front, approx. acre of ground. Doing excellent business. Sacrifice due to illness. An excellent buy. Call Millington 7-0205. AUTO mechanic would like to make contact with auto metal man, on bu-au basis. Call Conoco Service Station, Route 29 and Rock Ave., Greenbrook. Household Goods Used 46 RUG, Congoleum 9x12 floral pattern $8. Rural mail box $2, both nearly new. 1502 Clinton Ave., S. Plainfield. BOOKCASES, $7.50-$50: 4,000 books, paintings, etchings, steel engravings $l-$2o, frames, 25c-$5; kitchen hoovers, $5-$7.50: old couch, $5; china closet, $7.50; chairs. 50c to $2.50: chest, trunks, lamp.3, clocks, Plainfield Antique and Curiosity Stores. 1123-25 W. Third St., corner Halsey St. LIVING Room sofa and matching chair, striped rose velvet, sood condition $100. Eureka vacuum cleaner, good condition, recently overhauled, $18. 406 Somerset St. . RADIO. G.E. portable, leather covered, $60. 1319 Watchung Ave. Tel. PL 6-4S92. CEDAR CHEST, three-pc. wicker set. walnut modern bedroom, maple dinette, piano bench, six mahogany chairs. Wolff's 118 Madison Ave. DINING suite; bedroom suite; Singer sewing machine, treadle, drophead; roll tun desk: settee; miscellaneous items. 1045 Kenyon Ave. BUFFET with glass top, china closet, limine table with extension leaf, wal nut. Targe size, good condition, all lor .i. jseu wiiu wuc &i'i iiik, mit Aye.L Westfield. Tel. W. 2-1154-J. BENDIX washing machine, reasonable nrice. eood condition. Call alter t p.m., 25 Lyde PI.. Scotch Plains, PIANOS: Decker baby grand, practi- ealllv new S1.800 value, $700. Guaran teed perfect. Spinets, Uprights $o up. Stadele's, 478 Union Ave., Middlesex. SERVICE PLATES, one dozen Lenox, complete set Lenox (Aurora) china, all new; books. Write.R-126 Courier-News DRESSERS, dining set radio, maple living room, refrigerator. Townsend3 Call Westfield 2-4464. rnMRTNATION range. Bengal, coal and gas, also three burner gas range both good condition, reasonable, Prescott PI. Call PL 4-0275-J. 316 DINING SUITE, walnut with pads. four light brass dining room lixtures, ice box. gas automatic water heater. 2329 Plainfield Ave., S. Plainfield. TpL 6n23-J. REFRIGERATOR, seven cu. ft, flat top, new unit Inquire upstairs, 1173 W. Front St No dealers. SOFA BED (maple, davenport); window screens (copper bronze wire), seven 30x67", seven 30x71", one 43x71". one 43x67". one 28x47" and -one 30x43 ti . 227 Front St, Dunellen. Tel. Dunellen 2-6652. ICE BOX, large; sewing machine, Front St. pot stove; Vietrola: (treadle). 1009 W. DINETTE SET. rock maple, good condition. $125. 1655 W. Third St. Tel. PL 4-9338-R. . OIL cook stove. New Perfect ion, two burner, nearly new, $20. Mrs. Frank lliippe, E. Oak St.. Basking Ridge. Cull BernardHvll.8-1145-W. RANGE "for coal, also Glenwood k range. 1318 South Ave. Tel. PL 6-0275-W. China Closets. Ice Boxes MAYSE VARIETY SHOP W, Third St. Tel. PL 6-0249 Dining Suite. lo"Pieces 600 1153 Myrtle Ave. PIANOS: Guaranteed reconditioned. $7!i up, terms. Cranford Piano Co., Tuning and Rebuilding Specialists, 3 North Ave. E.,Cra n rdTjel.Cranf ord 6-2720. WASHING machines. Apex. 273 Nether-wood Ave. REFRIGERATOR. General Electric. 6.4 cu. ft. perfect condition, 1942. in use only six months. $150. Write R. E Lewis, Old Amwell Rd., Neshanic. Call BfflleJMead 124-R-L RUG. 9x12 blue fibre. Call between 6-9 p.m. at 74 Mountain Ave., N. Pliuield or PL 6-4042-J. , NURSERY CHAIRS (two) $1. $1.50. Toidy seat $1.50. Folding gate (strong) $2. Small crib, play pen (prewar), some dishes. 1305 W. Third St., upstairs. PEEP freezer. General Electric refrigerator, pressure canner. Inquire 56 Wood bridgeA y eM uchen. FINEST quality pre-war furniture; practically new mahogany bedroom including Excellent mattress and coil spring; living room suite: pair table lamps; one single table lamp; pair end tables; practically new Cold Spot refrigerator: scatter rugs: also 9'xl2' domestic rugs; kitchen utensils: vases: good lot of miscellaneous objects. Can be seen Plainfield Storage Warehouse between 1 and 4 p.m. any day except Saturday. For additional information call PL 6-8645. G E. refrigerator (monitor top). $40. Tudor oak dining suite. T. Kuriger. 726 E. Broad St.. Westfield. VANITY and dresser, bed complete. spring on legs, very reasonable. 29 Sycamore Ave., and evenings. downstairs mornings BEDROOM, seven-piece, plus coil spring and Simmons innersprlng mattress, very good condition, $195; leaving state. 1122 McCrea Pi. SERVEL Gas Refrigerator, small living room set. bedroom 8 x 10 rug, maple vanityr porch furniture. SMser Bnif., Inc.. 16 Grove St G. E. REFRIGERATOR $60. combination coal and gas range $25, 491 Som-erset St. HOLLYWOOD bed. complete, also mahogany dressing table, all nearly new. 55 B rook Ave, (u psjta i rs ). DINING suit, oak "buffet, six foot walnut table. large Vietrola, records, mahogany stand, leather rocker, three over stuffed chairs, ice box. bed spring, -slze. all good condition, reasonable. 1210 E. Seventh St., ring top be 1 1 . ' BEDROOM Suite (three), springs and mattresses, $90, $70 and $45; drop leaf table, two chairs $6. table top gas range $50. metsl ice box $6. odd chairs, tables, washing mashine $25, 9x12 li noleums, sidewalk bike, needs one tire $5. 321 E. Fifth St., Tel. PL. 6-4589-M. REFRIGERATOR. Westinghouse, in good condition: also Kelvintor. needs renairs: new Easy Spin dry washer. also Easy washer, good condition. 627 Stelle Ave. Tel. PL 6-4 123-J. . GAS Ran-re, table top. Best offer. 27 ' VanKuren Ave. Bound Brook, Tel. Bound Brook 9-2134. KELVIN ATOR. three nc. living room suite, child s chifferobe, Philco table radio, glass ton jars, quarts and pints, 1S15 Front St., Scotch Plains. Household Goods Used 46 BEDROOM set. kitchen cabinet, metal; two kitchen stools, bridge table ai.d chairs, bookcase. 31 Mercer Ave. Tel. PL 6-0622-J. STUDIO couch; single metal bed, Simmons coil spring; ouk dresser; burlap, approx. 12 yds, lilt 1'nrk Ave., second t lour. Call PL 6-713 1 -R. BEDS, including springs and mattresses, dressers, tables, chairs, etc. Private owner. 134 E.SixthSt. NORGE refrigerator. 6 cubic ft, good condition. Call between 6 and 9 p.m. 1165 StilfordAve. TWIN BEDS. Hollywood style, upholstered headboard, brand new. 660 Sheridan Ave. STOVE, combination coal and gas. grey, no water back. $65: also black coal and wood stove, $25; also mangle. 1208 WThird St. LIVING ROOM suite, three piece, for quick sale S35. 603 North Ave., Dun-ejlen. DINING suite, medium, oak. round table, reasonable. 116 Leland Ave. Antiques 47 AUCTION of ANTIQUES MAY 2 and 3 10 a. m. each day Mrs. Margaret Lauterwnld. by reason of her lease expiring, will disperse her entire collection of antiques unrestricted and without reserve at 92 MAIN ST.. MATAWAN. N. J. Consisting of approximately 1,900 items of glassware, chlnaware, bisque, pottery, silver, lumps and lighting devices, prints, mirrors, colored-pattfrn and decorative glass, majolica, furniture chairs and sofas, tables and stand.!, clocks, desks, chests-of -drawers, curio cabinets, porcelains, brasses, copper, paintings, prints, iron kettles, castor sets, figurines. Probably the outstanding pieces are a mahogany tilt-top pedestal table 52"' (Circa 1810), an unusual four-way student lamp, the large collection of bric-a-brac and the beautiful chinaware. Two floors of antiques will offer the buyers unusual opportunities as all will be sold without limit or reserve. For those who attend from a distance there are fine tourists homes and hotel accommodations any of which are within 30 minutes drive from the sale. Regardless of weather conditions, sale will be held indoors with seating arrangements for 200 visitors. We start promptly at 10 a.m. each day and will sell .lust as late in the evening as the crowd will stay. Lunch will be served by the Delta Alpha Ladies of the First Baptist Church and the Daughters of America of Matawan. MARGARET LAUTERWALD B. G. Coats. Auctioneer Long Branch. N. J. 490 Bath Ave. Phone 6-3599 Frank Woolley ; A. Burk Bought ANTIQUES Sold LAMPS WIRED. BRASS POLISHED THOMAS W. WRIGHT & SON Brookdale and Stirling Rd.. Watchung Call PL 6-2394-J ANTIQUES at auction. Sat.. Miv 3rd, Music Hall Auction Gallery. Clinton, N. J.. 10 a.m. to continue all day. Interesting collection of guns, furniture, china, glass and bric-a-brac. Lunch on promises. D. W. Klehllne. Auctioneer. Machinery For Sale 54 WELDKR 1941 Lincoln gs driven, used thrae weeks, battery, four pneumatic titef, excellent condition. Bur-gain at $425. Bill Romanovky. Old Rnritan Rd.. R.F.D. No. 1, Plainfield. Tel. PL 6-7097-J Miscellaneous Used 55 REFRIGERATOR, 12' double duty top display. Frederick case, with Frigi-1- aire motor, good condition. Inq. Rich-mond Food Mkt. 307 Riihmond St. BljTCHER'S walk-in box. cheap. Kapler, Bound Brook Rd., corner Dayton Ave., Middlesex Borough. RECORDS, new 35c and 40c, used 25c. regular to 79c. Best make and selections. Daily to 9 p.m. 391 North Ave.. Fan wood. JUKE-boxes, four, privately owned. See George at Gregory's Diner. Dunellen. " BLACKSMITH forge, full size, with electric blower, in good working condition. Write Postoffico Box 42, Plain-field. BICYCLE, man's, practically new. lio Duer St.. N. PIalnlleld. ACCORDION. 48 bass. Italian, including case, $150. 1 Gregory Ave., West Orange. Tel. Orange 4-5591. NAILS, 8 penny cut flooring, $9.50 per keg. 21 Elm PI. BUS converted Into living quarters; will house four. Apply 327 E. Seventh . St. I7ATH E. Fay - Scot t wlthlench and ' 1 h. p. motor; also surf rod. make offer. 475 Valmere Ave., Dunellen. SHOTGUN, French, hammerless. Mayse, Variety Shop, 6m)VVTlilrd St. DELICATESSEN and meat case, 12', Warren, good condition, sacrifice. Leland Fluid Store.J!98 Leland Ave. LATHE, With 16 in. quick ch-iiitfe paper attachment. 544 Cnlltim St., Hound Brook, near Lo-Moiint Field, after 5 p.m. or all day Saturday. USED" Bicycle, man's, good condition. Price $15. Lleeim No. 32, PUIiifield TiOfin Co, 125 Park Ave. VIKING garden trHctor wiih equipment. IS 15 Front St.. Scotch Plains. RIFLE, custom built Rmm Mauser Sporter. excellent condition $HO. R. Poese. 2307 North Ave., Westfield. Tel. WE 2-4063-J. SPRAYER on nkids 100 gul.s. tank driven bv 2'i h.p. Briggs A Slratton motor. Good condition. Apply between 8-5 p.m. 132 Central Ave. BICYCLE, Kirl'S. English model, one year old. $25. Michael Chrenko, Essex St. Stirltn g. GAS hot water heater, automatic, practically new, white porcelain. $10. 353 Halsey St. BICYCLE, roaster, double bar. $15: Iver Johnson frame, double fork for balloon tires wheels. $20; others $5; electric-water pumps. $15; nulling machine trills $1 each; garden tools, minerals, biologicals. Springfield gun. Pl.iinfield Antique & Curiosity Stores, 1123-25 W, Third St., eoiierIIalHey St. GAS RANGE", Magic Chef, table top": 48" kitchen cabinet, attached top includes flour bin and sifter, wicker fionh set and cushions, metal single ledsteail. blue wool rug 9x12. 35 Myrtle Ave.. N. Plainfield. VIOLIN and BOW Maker Dealer and Repairer R. KINNEY J 203 Myrtle Ave. Tel. PL6jf3 17 50 000 B. F. good sound lumber, used, all ono size, 4"xl5"x20'. $55 per M. Central Building Products. Ethel Place. Metuchen. Tel. Met 6-10G1; BICYCLE, lady's, balloon tires, good condition, $20. Apply Roiizo, U7 bicn- hlns PI. WINDOW sash. six. excellent condi-tion. 1225 Evergreen Ave. Clothing Jewelry 57 TUXED03 FOR HIRE For all occasions. Varsity Shop. 190 E. Front St. Call PL 4-9539. MAN'S wool suits, three, good condi tion, one pair pants, size 39. Cull after 6 p.m. 1220 K. i-Tont GIRL'S coats, sizes 5. 6: dresses, 4, 5. 6. (some hand made) very reasonable. 1305 W. Third St.. upstairs. MINK coat, size 16. perfect. $200; large amethyst ring with six side diamonds, heavy gold setting. $200. 1 Gregory Ave.. W. Orange. Tel. Orange 4-5534. SHOES. 9AAAAA, black and white, good condition: one pair 9'aAAAAA. white. Name your own price. Call at 59 Fairview Ave, after 8p.m. Poultry Eggs Supplies 61 CHICKS You can now order three-week old V. H. Reds. Barred Rocks and White Leghorns," as well as day-old chicks of all breeds. PLAINF-D PET & POULTRY SUPPLY 204 Watchung Ave Opp. Post Office MUST SELL 500 one-year-old white Leghorn laying chickens, very good lavers. No reasonable offer refused. will sell in small lots or all to a cus tomer. Ukrainian Ranch Inc.. two miles south of So. Bound Brook on Canal Road, turn right on Cedar Grove Road. i mile to the farrn ONLY a short time left to secure those desirable New Hampshire clucks. N. J. and U. S. Approved and pullorum clean. Your best buy for plenty of eggs and top quality meat u. J. it non, ie shame. WoodCoal Oil 64 KEROSENE and fuel oil, any quantity. POllng Oil CO, lei. wesmeiu -iu Telephone Plainfield 6-8000 Wood Coal Oil 64 GOOD oak wood, same old price. BM ter orde r now. Ernest Hand. PL S-109 Dogs Other Pets 63 REGISTER KOXkoTckTrTpaniel pu? pies. rlM weeks old. two females (un black and one parti-color) and on male (black). Excellent breeding and pedigree, 17 champions In five generations. Champion My Own Brucie and Champion Blackston Bright Star are the outstanding champions on pedigree. See them at 411 So. Euclid Ave..We.tfield. l'OUNG fox terriers and popple, wire and smooth hair. ' A.K.C rcg. Stetma. Ryan St.. So. Plainfieltl. ENGLISH pointer pups, one male. 9 months: one female. K) months; rham- fiionship stock. $100 each or $173 for 1211 Kenyon Ave. PL 6;loo32. IF YOU have a pet problem let us sol it for you. Food, remedies and sup plies for all pets. TROTTA'S PET SHOP Now liwated 132 New St. TWO very pretty, sweet little kitten to be given away to good homes. 838 Carlton Ave. GOOD home wanted for good houa dog. Roiizo, 207 Stebhins PI. Florists Nurseries 71 ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS. 10.000 flowering trees and shrubs of all sorts, evergreens. The be.t at lowest prices. M iple treeS io to 12 ft. TV-. e Forsythia, wisteria, spirea. dogwood trees two to three feet, 25c. n, guaranteed 100 percent alive. Don't buy 'til vo'i see us at Weigelia Gardens, thre miles youth of S-28. South River, Cran- bury Rd. PLOSIIAY. FLORIST Offers You special sale on hardy plants, over 130 varieties. Prices reasonable. Come ta and see for yourself, i33 Johnston Ave, East End. JAMvS ANGEIXDNE LANDSCAPING SERVICE & NURSERY Top soil and manure. Fertilizer. Open nil day Sunday. 2328 Plainfield Ave. Tel. I'L 6-10010. STRAWBERRY plants. 60 for II. Greenbrook Rd.. N. Plfd. PL S-4049-J. Plants 72 STRAWBERRY plants. New Jersey State Sparkle. Inquire at Durham Pottery and Gift idiop. Highway 2, North Branch. STRAWBERRY plants, raspberry plants. 388 West End Ave. STRAWBERRY plants, 2 a hnndred. Ludovlce Farm, No. RandolphvUle KL New Market. PLANTS. 25c a doz- vegetable plants 20c a doz.. evergreens and azaleas. Philip Paoletti, 1815 Mountain Ave, Scotch Plains. DAHLIA bulbs, also some gladioli and tomato plants. Call Saturday or Sun-day. M. Hilb, 342 Hazel wood PI.. Arbor. Top Soil Fertilizer 73 COW or horn. manure, well rotted; good rich, black top soil, guaranteed Uie best. $5 a load and up delivered. Chestnut Brook Dairy Farm. Hillside. N. J. Send po4al or call after 4 pm. Unionvllle 2-02..3. HOTTED horn manure. Karlch Furm. Amwell Rd., Neshanic. Call Belle Mead 56-J-4. TOP SOIL, manure for lawns tnd flowers Ernest Hand. Tel. PL 6-l')95. ROTTED cow manure and treated top soil. Cornell Datrv. RD 2, New Bruns- wlck. Call 2-oai!-J-2. TOP SOIL Write J. W. Williams. P. O. Box 94, Fanw.;d.Oill 2-M34-J. Sand G ravel Stone 74 SANIX gravel, driveway stone. Delivered. Call PL 4 -042-R. Farm Implements 75 FOR immediate delivery: Garden tractors, cutter bar mowers, forage blowers, silo fillers. New Holland bale hay loaders, spike harrows, chain harrows, snow plows. Dobbin sprayers. Hudson sprayers, rubber tired wagons, cement mixers. Surge milkers, coolers, water heaters, fencers and home freezer. Wm. Favier & Sons. Inc., West End and Frelinghuvsen Aves., Somerville. N. J.Tel. 8-2339-J. JOHN DEERE Folage Chopper and Blower, practically n-w. with 40 ft. of pipe. $750. Williams Bros. Farm. RED No. 2. Box 254. New Brunswlck.N. J. GARDEN' tractor and cultivator, new. Ulivin luaoiey, un diirr., Slratton engine, uses 6iXxl6 new or used tires. $Jini. Write R. E. Lewis. Old Amwell Rd.. Neshanic. Tel. Belle Mead I'M. ft. 1 WAGON, plow, cultivator, one set team harness. Inquire 56 Woodbridge Ave.. iviei uencn. Hay Grain Feed 77 TIMOTHY $25 per toil delivered, also mixed hays and straw. ROSS FARM Te.Cntifon 2;R;"t Live Stock and Supplies 79 COWS, one fresh this week and one In .September. ;i.)Wlll i.aiiway. COWrGuernsey. fresh, third calf. C. H. Irani t" is, juoiiniain av-.. mmhu ' -ling. RD 2. Plainfield. Call MillintOl 7-H103-W-3. GOATS 1 1 wo). Gonlck. Gih'.s Rd., near Wood lliix.k Farms, Meiucneii. FRESH cow for sale. Inquire tsj Wood-luidve Ave.. Metuchen. SPOTTED riding mure, eight vr old. very showy, geniie. in'-j nim o'i. North Hriiiich Antique Shop. Highway '.'8, North Itrntu h. Wanted to Buy 81 CASH for men's cloTti7n. shoes. rtdTnil habits, boots, antiques, curios, turnt-tnre, hrn.sswsre. lns, china Wolffs, 118 Mnd'soii Ave. Tel. PL 6-2459. REFRIGERATORS. any C""1'''0"' llifhe-t prices, ("all Metuchen 6-03i3-M WE PAY hluh prices for used. Infants, children s. vouui s ami men n nuuiim slid shoes. Mavse's Variety Shop, 600 W. Third St.jr.l. PL6-0249. HERMAN buvs men's clothing. hoe. 404 Watchung Aye.Td. PL -813-J. HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR DIAMONDS. JEWELRY. COINS or anything of value. CURIO EXCHANGE R. 2nd St.. opp. P O. Tel. PL:g553 PARKTjALLERtES Virginia "Jrbwn ANTIQUES, furniture, glass, china, silver, bric-a-brao. old stamps: Immediate eflsh aval table. Tel. PLe-0550. PIANOS WANTED! ACT NOW! Highest Prices Paid Cranford Piano Co. 3 North Ave. East Cranford -7te SlngRi. Ktill pays highest cash prices lor us.?d Sinner electric or Singer treadle machines. Write or Phone SINGER SEWING CENTER 119 W. Front St Call PL 4-9500 SCRAP PAPER AND RAGS Louis Stelnman. 703 South Ave. Tel. PL 4-9159 or 4-0367. TRAILER wanted Medium nized hous trailer. Wiegund. Mt. Horeb Rd.. Mar-tlnsville.JL'all Bound Brook 9-2307-W-l. LOOK for your old gold, diamonds, silver, old coins, jewelry. You can get cash for it. Reliable Jewelry Shop, 177 E. Front St., pays highest prices. Wanted to Rent 82 ENGINEER and wife desire apt. Immediately, furnished or not. Plainfield vicinity. E. Schweitzer, co Calco, BouniBrofil , NAVY veteran (interning at Muhlenberg Hospital) and wife employed In New York City want one room with kitchen privileges or two-room apt. with kitchenette, highest references. Write R. G. W.. 36 E. 3Sth StBayonne. REFINED couple with three year old daughter wishes four or five rooms within walking distance of Courier-News office. Tel. PL 6-8000 and ask for Telegraph Edjtor. WANTED by July 1st or before, small house or five or six-room apt. for two adults Westfield. Fanwood or Plain-field. C a 1 le v e n i n p sP L 6J 04 5 H. BUSINESS couple about to be married desires three unfurnished rooms. Must be in Plainfield. Call PL 6-2727-W or write T. J. McCue. 712 W. Fourth St PLA IN FIELD fireman and wife need two or three-room apt. not later than May 25th. Please write R-136. Courier-News. YOUNG business couple requires apt by June, furnished or otherwise, good references. Please contact Jos. B. Mr Cartney.537 W. Fifth St. PL 6-8198. URGENT -House or apt. any size, fop middleaged couple. Contact E. Barrett Mack Truck. Second St office or 117 ChurchSt. punellen. MAJOR and wit- stationed t Camp Kilmer d-sire three-five room furnished apt or house. Write R-149. Courier-News.

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