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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey • Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE PLAINFIELD, N. COURIER-NEWS, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1943 Telephone Plalnfield 6-8000 Likes Lend-Lease Argument Ensues DEATHS and FUNERALS Andrew Shutack, from $1,900 to $2,100. The ordinance also provides salaries for two new policemen John Kropnickl. and Theodore Lpay, at $1,900 each. These m-n were confirmed as regular patrolmen after a resolution had ben presented by Councilman Frank Baron and approved by the unanimous vote of the governing body.

Councilman Michael Mazur re ported to the Council that he had made an effort to secure bus service for the residents living 0n Raill road Ave. and was informed by the Millstone Bus Line that, according to recent rulings made by the ODT and due to the lack of equipment, they could not take on any afdi- tional lines of operation. Manville Hearing Set for Apr. 27 Manville Public hearing will be held Apr. 27 on the annual salary ordinance adopted recently by the Borough Council granting toLal increases of $2,120 to various Dor-ough employes.

Increases were granted the following: Alexander Peltack, tax collector, from $1,900 to $2,000 and as borough treasurer from $500 to $600; Miss Ann Hromobo, clerk in the tax collector's ficm $1,050 to Charles M. Krassv, water superintendent, from $2,300 to Edward Marshall, welfare director and overseer of the poor, from $1,150 to Michael Kachorsky, sewage disposal plant superintendent, from $2,200 to $2,400 and as superintendent of public works, from $700 to $800: Charles Zydallas, assistant sewage plant openator, from' $1,600 to Chief of Police John J. Nominate Rusnak VFW Commander' Manville Steve Rusnak of Bound Brook was nominated commander of the Somerset County Council of Veterans of Foreign Wans at a meeting held at Max's Tavern on South St. on Thursday night. Other officers nominated were senior vice-commander, Nicholas Pilla of Manville; junior vicecommander, Harold Fresh of Somerville; county quartermaster, John Rosati of Raritan; county inspector, William Miller of Bound Brook; judge advocate, Jay J.

Vosseler, Somerville; county surgeon. Dr. S. H. Pogoloff, Manville; chaplain, William Wheeler, Somerville, and officer of the day, Kenneth Johnson, South Bound Brook.

Election of the above officer will take place on May 18 at Bound Brook. Dr. S. Pogoloff, state department surgeon, will conduct the installation of officers of the Santa Moretti Post, VFW of Raritan- on Tuesday, Apr. 20, at the post rooms in Raritan.

Commander Jay J. Vosseler presided at the meeting. Robert P. Hann, High Bridge, Dies High Bridge Robert P. Hann, 56 years old, died Thursday (Apr.

15, 1943) in his sleep. He was found dead in bed by his wife when she called him for breakfast. Mr. Hann had suffered occasional heart attacks in recent years, but his health recently had appeared to be good. Funeral services will be held at the Naughright Funeral Home Sunday at 2 p.

m. The Rev. William Babinsky, pastor of the Re Francis P. Cosgrove Rites Due Saturday Manvllle Funeral services for the late Francis P. Cosgrove, 76, of 79 Chestnut Bradley Estates who died Tuesday (Apr.

13, 1943) will be held Saturday morning from the St. Monicas Church, Jairaica. L. and interment will be in the St. Monica Cemetery.

He is survived by his widow, Mary; one daughter. Miss Mary Elizabeth Cosgrove with whom he made his home and two sons, Alfred Thomas, and John Francis, both of Jamaica. He was a retired landscape artist. I I 'W, Hp Over Use of State Road Funds Flagtown Considerable difference of opinion between members of the Hillsborough Township Committee as to the disposition of State Aid Dirt Road Funds during the current year developed at the Committee meeting Wednesday. Committeeman Edward Lind-strom believed that the money should be used to carry out the long range road improvement program planned some years ago.

A heated arguments ensued when Committeeman Vincent K. Flan-nery, urged that this program be abandoned and that the $7,200, which is available, spent for stone to be spread over all the township roads. He stated that about 75 tons of stone would be sufficient io cover every mile of road in the township if the money is used in this manner. The road program, un the other hand, calls for the permanent improvement this year of the Line Road running between Belle Mead and the Blackwells Mills Rd. Chairman J.

Irving Stryker stated that he favored the improvement of the Line Rd. as scheduled, because of an existing agreement with Montgomery Township and because it is the only method by which better township roads can be obtained. He also called for a reading by the clerk of a resolution approved in February, authorizing the work ana on which Mr. Flannery had voted "yes." Flannery stated that he would carry the question to state authorities, for an opinion. Birthday to Be Marked At Neighborhood Party Neshanic The birthday of Mrs.

Frederick C. Young will be celebrated at a party this evening. Mrs. Young has been a resident cf Maple St. for years and residents of this street, whose birthdays occur in the spring, have made it a custom to celebrate together.

Mrs. Young is the former Miss Fannie Stout, a native of Hopewell, and a direct descendent of Penelope one of Hopewell's famous settlers. Activities of Mrs. Young include sewing for the Red Cross, working in the Missionary Society and LAS of the Reformed Church, holding offices in the Garden Club and taking part in affairs of the Woman's Auxiliary of the fire company. Jasinski, from $2,080 to po lice officers Joseph P.

Dudash and NEW! PRETTY! FLATTERING! Suit Hats Picture Brims Flowered Hats Perky Sailors! Pompadours Hats thaare new, smart and distinctive in all new spring colors DANCE SCHEDULED Raritan Bradley Gardens Democratic Club has announced a dance for May 8 at 8 p. m. in Old York Inn. Martin Moran heads the committee. WITH PERSONAL a a i ntartces in many pities and association affiliates in practically all, prompt and efficient service is thus assured.

OA MIGGINS ft SON 209 WS-STBrtT, WAWriELft CORNCB OrAMJNCTOM AVENUE TtkKMttM Plimniu 6-OOIT II BETTY BOTHWELL, age 1. above, is heartily in favor of lend-lease for it enables her to get the orange juice her tiny system vitally needs. Betty, you see, lives in Boot Lane. Bolton, Lancashire. England, and oranges are all but unobtainable there.

Lend-lease has come to Betty's rescue with concentrated orange juice sent from the U. S. (International) Bound Brook Brothers Stage a Reunion Bound Brook Alexander Consal-vo, 426 W. Maple had his two sons home together Wednesday for the first time in more than two years. The sons are, Corp.

Anthony Consalvo, 25, of the U. S. Army, Camp Hann, and First Class Coxswain John Consalvo, 30, U. S. Navy.

Petty Officer Consalvo arrived home o-. a 20-day leave in time to see his brother before the latter left Thursday morning for California upon the completion of his -20-day furlough. The older Consalvo brother enlisted in the Navy approximately 15 months ago. His brother enlisted in the Army two years ago and was stationed in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor was attacked on Dec. 7, 194L THAN ANY I I Ml Iiiy-kaV Mrs.H.

McCandless Passes Av ray Mrs. Nancy Long McCandlesa, wife of Henry W. died Thursday (Apr. 15, 1943) at her home, 53 Washington Ave. Born in Lynn Center, 111., she was a resident of Plainfield since 1918 and was a member of the Congregational Church here.

Mrs. McCandless leaves, besides her husband, four children, Mrs. Margaret M. Carberry, at home; Mrs. Philip J.

Rodgers of Washington, D. Mrs. Donald L. Gordon of Westfield; Sgt. John Robert McCandless stationed at Camp Roberts, and one sister, Miss Jessie L.

Long, at home; also four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a. m. from the A. M.

Runyon "Home for Services." The Rev. Charles L. Copenhaver of the Congregational Church will officiate. Interment will be private. Mrs.

Isaac S. Hill, Clover Hill, Dies Neshanic Mrs. Isaac S. Hill of Clover Hill died Thursday (Apr. 15, 1943) after a lingering illness.

Mrs. Hill, who was the former Miss Julia Estella Everett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beniah Everett of Flagtown, celebrated her 72nd birthday Nov. 9, 1942.

The occasion was also the 50th anniversary of her marriage to Mr. Hill. Mrs. Hill passed away in the farmhouse which had been her home 40 years. Mr.

and Mrs. Hill retired from farming some years ago, and the farm Is now operated by their sons. Funeral services will be held from the home at 2:30 p. m. Sunday in charge of the Rev.

Vernon Kooy, pastor of Clover Hill Reformed Church. Interment will be made in Neshanic Cemetery. Last Rites Conducted For Richard A. Sands Westfield Funeral services Richard Sands of 413 Downer who died Monday in Elizabeth General Hospital, were held Thursday from Brown's'Funeral Home, Plain- field. The Rev.

C. C. Scott, pastor of Luke's AME Zion Church, Westfield, officiated. Interment will be in Georgetown, S. C.

Edward Von See South Bound Brook Final rites for Edward Von See, 40, of Bathgate who was drowned in the Delaware and Raritan Canal Monday, were held Thursday in the Taggart Funeral Home, Bound Brook. Burial was in the Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, L. I. MEMORIALS NEW BEAUTY Est. 1861.

Flfd. 6-0706 L. L. MANNING SON 405 WEST FRONT STREET Largest Dutptuv in thm Stat PLAINFIKLO. N.

for Free Illustrated Booklet Keep Buying War Bonds and Stamps MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME THOMAS C. KEISER i mi iiii 400 PrantUn-Placa Phone ifd.6- New York Office 597 Lexington Ave. Phone Plaza 3- .4848 5300 1 fEli 206 EAST FRONT Opp. Strand Theatre Open Thursday and Saturday Evenings Exclusive Yet Inexpensive FIFTH AVENUE, MORE WOMEN WILL WEAR Mrs. E.

A. Edwards Rites Conducted Westfield Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Anwyl Edwards, who died Sunday in the Good Samaritan Hospital, West Palm Beach, following a short illness, were held Thursday afternoon in Scranton. Interment was in the Drummond Cemetery, Scranton. She was the widow of the Rev.

William R. Edwards, late of Scranton, and Granville, N. where he served as pastor of the Congregational Church for many years. Mrs. Edwards had resided in Westfield 16 years, making her home with her daughter, Mrs.

Gordon T. Parry at 557 Bradford Ave. Dominic N. D'amico Services Conducted South Plainfield Funeral services for Dominic N. D'amico were held Thursday from his late residence, 13 Dumont and were followed with a High Mass of Requiem celebrated in Sacred Heart Church by the Rev.

Francis J. Lyons. Burial was in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Mr. D'amico died in his home Monday following an illness of six weeks.

A native of Italy, he was a retired laborer and had resided here 5(Kyears. Bearers at his funeral included J. A. Santoro. J.

G. Tonn, j. f. Kea, u. A.

Kea, r. a. Choben and E. R. Gershwind, all of South Plainfield.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Antoinette Abbate D'amico; two sons, Daniel of South Plainfield and Michael of Dunellen; four daughters, Mrs. Artillo Parella, Mrs. Vincent Cotignola and Mrs. Joseph Scalera of this place, and Mrs.

Daniel Panf ili of Lodi also, 3 grandchildren, one brother in Italy, and one nephew, Louis D'amico of this town. Edison Associate Dies at 79 New Brunswick (JP) Charles Dunham Deshler, 79, an associate of the late Thomas A. Edison, died Wednesday night at his home here. For developments of a photo-electric cell in the Edison laboratory at Harrison in 1893, he had received the Charles A. Coffin medal for scientific achievement.

He became associated with the late inventor in 1887, two years af ter he had graduated from Rutgers University. He continued in the Edison laboratories until he retired in 1930. Mrs. Susan Brown Funeral services for Mrs. Susan Brown of 842 Richmond Widow of George Brown, who died Mcn-riav CAnr.

12. 1943). were held Thursday at 2 p. m. from Judkins' Colonial Funeral Home.

The Rev. Leslie Taylor officiated. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery. Deaths in Jersey MerchantvUle Dr. Nicholas Vlachos, 68, oldest faculty member in point of service at Temple Uni versity.

Oransre Gustave Hummel, 63 served three terms as chairman of the Union Township Newark The Rev. John Lewis Elwood, 64, assistant pastor of the Free Methodist Church. East Oransre Mrs. Florence Tin- ney Grimm, 68, a direct descendant of Christopher Wetherill, 17th Cen tury proprietor of West Jersey and a founder of Trenton. OTHER SHOE AT ANY PRICE Suffers Hand Injury SomervHle Anthony Granzettc, 44, of 40 Second St, Raritan, received lacerations and a possible fracture of the right hand Thursday when the hand was jammed between a scoop and a concrete piant Of Johns-OHanville.

He was admitted None Higher HAT SHOP 3- 4 mtrnr (Open Sat. Eves.) PERTH AMBOY .99 to 1 I i -a fifty Jc 1 -i ssw. -J It formed Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Clinton. L.

K. Sharp, 73, Dies in Clinton Clinton Lambert Kline Sharp, 73, died today (Apr. 16, 1943) in his home, Center after a long illness. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Mary Beavers Sharp, whom he married in 1907; two sisters, Mrs.

B. B. Thompson of Newark and Miss Bessie Sharp of New York City, and a brother, William Sharp of this place. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m.

Monday from the Clinton Presbyterian Church in charge of the Rev. Theodore A. Rath. Interment will be made in the Riverside Cemetery here. Plans Incomplete For Pvt.

Drift Rites Bound Brook No further infor mation has been received here re garding the death of Pvt. James Drift, 42, of River Piscataway Township, who is reported to have passed away recently at Peterson Field, Colo. Word of Private Drift's death was received by his father, Joseph Drift, from Lieut. CoL J. E.

Wallace, commanding officer at Peterson Field. Private Drift is survived by his father; two brothers, Edward, Piscataway Township, and Joseph Trenton; and one sister, Mrs. Mary Meyers, Somerville. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m.

Monday from the Conroy Funeral followed by a High Requiem Mass at 9:30 a. m. in St. Joseph's Church, in charge of the Rev. Patrick Larkin.

Interment will be made in Bridgewater Township. John Feno Dunellen Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be sung in St. Jo seph's Greek Catholic Church, New Brunswick, at 10 a. m. Saturday for John Feno, 7 years old, who died Wednesday in Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, following in juries suffered when he was struck by a bus Tuesday.

Other services will be held from his late home, 615 North at 9:15 a. m. Saturday. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, New Brunswick.

The youth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feno. Rev. Josiah Marteen Funeral services for the Rev.

Josiah Marteen of New York City, formerly of Plainfield, who died Saturday (Apr. 10, 1943), were held Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. from Judkins' Colonial Funeral Home. The Rev.

James J. Derricks officiated assisted by the Rev. John P. Col lier. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery, Westfield.

Robert Dennis Robert Dennis, 72, of 21 Somerset died at 10:40 a. m. today (Apr. 16, 1943) in Muhlenberg Hospital. He was taken to the hospital Thursday suffering from pneumonia.

The body has been removed to De- saulnier's Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete. Dr. N. P.

Vlachos Merchantville (JP) Dr. Nicholas P. Vlachos, 68, professor of classics at Temple University since 1903, died Wednesday night at his home. He was the oldest member in point of service on the Temple faculty. Truck Driver Dies Somerville John Haas, 46, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was taken ill suddenly while driving a truck Thursday in Highway 28 st Clinton.

He was rushed to Somerset Hospital and died four hours after admission there. Bus Victim Dies Fassaic (JP) Bernard Cunningham, 46, of Belleville, who was struck by a bus Monday, died Thursday in St. Mary's Hospital. To Present Certificates To First Aid Class Manville Michael Shulack, chairman of the First, Aid Committee of the Manville Chapter American Red Cross, will present 18 standard first aid cards to employes of the Manville Office Service unit at the Administration building this evening. The class was instructed by Miss Freda Engle and completed the course last week.

Those who will receive cards are: Cecele V. Ann M. Kralo-vich, Julia Dombrosky, Marian A. Downey, Margaret M. Hannon, Con-ia Karwatt, Florence D.

Downey, Carmell Zaninelli, Anna M. Kud- rick, Virginia M. Milano, Marian Morgan, Marjorie Nelson, Nancy L. Schiavi, Violet Soroka, Rosemary G. Torpey, Josephine Vallone, Dorothy Daniels and Josephine Zaker.

Officer Candidate Somerville Pvt. Freas L. Hess U. S. Army, son of Mayor Freas Hess and Mrs.

Hess, 126 W. End who has been stationed at Selman Field, Monroe, has been assigned for officer training in the anti-aircraft division at Camp Davis, N. If A 3SiA. WW D' (SKA tOMtf, WERE INTERVIEWED AVENUE by Ross-Federal Research Corp. SAID THEY FOR EASTER than the next leading brand.

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Loop-the-Loop in blue hid or black gabardine. C. Visianaire in black mesh with suede trim. D. Pilgrim Bow in tan calfskin.

E. UOrsay Dainty, brown or blue kid or black patent leather F. Perfect Perf in tan calfskin. G. Bow Brummell in black patent leather, rust or red suede.

H. Tailleur in tan or black crushed kid. It is our business and duty to serve faithfully and well. No' request is too large or too small. NO RATION SUMP NEEDED for Handbags.

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