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PAGE TEN OBITUARIES PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1946 CLASSIFIED ADS Telephone Plainfield 6-8000 24 Mrs. Fannabel E. Horn Metuchen Mrs. Fannabel K. Horn, 62, died suddenly at her home on 225 High St., last night Jan. 14, 1946) while preparing to attend a meeting of the Mt. Zion Lodge, 135, Order of Eastern Star, of which she was a member. She is survived by her husband, Charles E. Horn; seven children, all of whom are living at home, Emery R., Rudolph W., Mrs. William Adams, Mrs. Hartzel Hobbs, Miss Idella, Miss Lois and Miss Carole Horn; on grandchild; two brothers, James W ByS of Raritan Township, and Lester Bys of South Amboy. and a sister, Mrs. Hans Lar-en of Picataway. Service will be held Thursday at 11 a. m at the Hillpot Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert O. See-ley of the Skelton Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery. Mrs. William Lowell Westfield Funeral services for for Mrs. William B. Lowell of 214 Livingston Ave. will be held at 2 p. m. Friday in the Bethel Baptist Church, with the Rev. J. B. Waller officiating. Interment will be in Middlesex-Hillside Cemetery, South Plainfield. Mrs. Lowell, 23, the former Eunice Hararaves, died in Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, yesterday. Friends may call at the Judkins Colonial Funeral Home, Plainfield, from Thursday until time of the services. x Deaths SOB.KTJP On Monday. January 14. 1946. Caroline Petersen, wife of the late James Jensen Borrup. in her 90th year, at her home. 734 Central Street. Services will be held at the "Memorial Funeral Home." 400 Franklin Place at East Seventh Street, on Thursday afternoon, January 17 at 2 o'clock. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. t 16 SOTXIH-On Jan. 13. 1946. at the Lvons Veterans Hospital. Sgt. William D. Bovkin. son of Mrs. Pollie Boykin. 120 Hamilton St.. Westfleld. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. from the Metropolitan Baptist Church. Scotch Plains, the Rev. William Moore officiating. Interment will be at the Fairview Cemetery. Westfleld. Arrangements by Judkins. 18 LOWELL On Jan. 14. 1946. at Muhlenberg Hospital. Eunice H.. wife of William B. Lowell, and daughter of Mrs. Laura Hargrave of 214 Livings-, ton St.. Westfleld. Funeral service will be held Frl- da at 2 p. m.. Bethel Baptist Church, Westfleld. N. J., the Rev. J. B. Waller officiating. Interment Middlesex Hillside Cemetery, South Plainfield. Arrangements by Judkins. 17 X.TJCY Suddenly on Sunday, Jan. 13. 1946. William S. T. Lucy, beloved husband of Maude Cooke Lucy. Residence 475 Valmere Ave., New Market. Services from Runyon's Funeral Home, 204 N. Washington Ave., Dunellen, N. J., on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 16, 1946. at 2 o'clock. Interment in Lake Nelson Memorial Park. New Market, N. J. Dunellen Lodge 1488, BPOE, will conduct funeral services for Brother William Samuel Thomas Lucy at Runyon's Funeral Home in Dunellen at S o'clock Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, 1946. Dunellen Typographical Union 157 will conduct funeral services for William Samuel Thomas Lucy at Runvon's Funeral Home in Dunellen at 8:30 o'clock on Tuesday evening. Jan. 15. 1946. 15 STEED LE On Sunday. Jan. 13. 1946." Frank Joseph, beloved husband of Mary Reidy Steidle. Residence 223 Second St., Dunellen. N. J. Funeral from Runyon's Funeral Home, 204 N. Washington Ave., Dunellen, on Thursday morning, Jan. 17, 3946. at 8:15 o'clock. Thence to St. John's Church. Dunellen. N. J., where a Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Redeemer Ceme-terv. South Plainfield. N. J. 16 In Memorlim In sad and loving memory of Carol Hanning. our beloved daughter and sister, who passed away two years ago t'day. Jan. IS. 1944. Gone is the face we loved so dear Silent is the voice we loved to hear Too far away for sight or peech Eu! not too far for thought to reach Eweet to remember her who once was here And who tho absent is just as dear. Mother and Dad and Sisters. 15 In sad but loving memory of our Parting. Carol E. Hanning who passed awav two years ago today, Jan. 15. If44. We miss you now our hearts are sore. As time goes by. we miss you more. Tour loving smiie, your gentle face; No one can fill your vacant place. There are those who miss you sadly And find the years long since you went. There are those who think of you daily. Who try to be brave and content. Tou are not forgotten, Carol, darling. Nor will you ever be As long as life and memory lasts All will remember thee. Mother and Dad and John. 15 "CRESCE1T HOME" P. CASEY & SON DRECTOB OF FUNXBALS 151 EAST SEVENTH ST. AT CRESCENT ATENTE TeL Plainfield 6-2331 FLOWERS For Every Occasion GRAY'S Florist Route 29 and Mountain Ave. X. Plainfield Plfd. 6-1466 t FOR Att TOMORROWS A i C EST 2 "JO L L. MANNING and SON, Est. mi SIANlFf BURNER. Owiw 405 WEST FRONT STREET TEL. PLFD. 6-0706 UMiTTill " " MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME THOMAS C. KEISER 400 Franklin Flac Phone Pifd. 6- New York Offlo 597 Lexington Ave. Phone Plaza 3- 4648 5300 urn: L J DUNELLENITE PASSES AWAY Funeral services will be held Thursday morning for Frank Joseph Steidle, above, of 223 Second St., Dunellen, who died in St. Peter's Hospital, New Brunswick, Sunday. Mr. Steidle had long been in the hardware business, and was active in various organizations of Dunellen. Services will be held at 8:15 a. m. Thursday in Runyon's Funeral Home, Dunellen, and will be followed by a Solemn High Requiem Mass in St. John's Church, that borough. Interment will be in Holy Redeemer CAnetery, South Plainfield. Mrs. John F. Willever Mrs. John F. Willever, formerly of Plainfield and Bradenton, Fla., died Sunday (Jan. 13. 1946) at the home of her son, Joseph R. Will-ever, 22 Bod well Terr., Millburn, at the age of 74. Mrs. Willever was the former Elizabeth Key. In addition to her husband and the son with whom she resided in Millburn, Mrs. Willever leaves a daughter, Mrs. Dudley B. Welsh, 145 McKinley PI., Plainfield, with whom she formerly lived; a brother, James Key of New Haven, Conn two grandsons, Lloyd and Donald Willever, serving in the armed forces; and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at Young's Funeral home, 149 Main St., Millburn, at 2 p. m. tomorrow. Interment will be in Fairview Cem etery, Westfield. Eastern Star services will be conducted at 8 p. m. today at the funeral home by Aurora Chapter, OES, Newark, of which Mrs. Will-ever was a member. She was also a member of the Daughters of Lib erty in Newark. Mrs. William Voorliees Bound Brook Funeral services for Mrs. William D. Voorhees, 91, who died Saturday (Jan. 12, 1946) in Long Beach, Calif., will be held Wednesday in Long Beach. Because of a misunderstanding caused by a delayed telegram, it was previ ously thought by the woman's family in the East that Mrs. Voortiees died on Sunday. Mrs. Voorhees, the former La-vinia Williamson, was born in Mill stone, and resided in Franklin Park for the greater part of her life. She was a member of the Missionary Society of the Franklin Park Reformed Church. Surviving are five stepchildren, Miss Nellie M. Voorhees and Mrs. B. A. Copeland, both of Bound Brook; Wilbur G. Voorhees of South Bound Brook, E. Lyall Voor hees and Mrs. Grace Giles, both of California. Louis Neumann New Market Funeral services for Louis Neumann of Church St. were held yesterday at the Memorial Funeral Home, Plainfield. The Rev. John Y. Broek, D.D., pastor of Trinity Reformed Church, Plain- field, officiated. Interment was in the New Cemetery, Somerville. Mr. Neumann, a retired gardener, died last Thursday, after an illness of six months. Joseph: C. Judson, 79 Piscataway Township Joseph C. Judson, 79, of Overbrook Ave., died yesterday (Jan. 14. 1946) in Perth Amboy Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Amelia Judson. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m. at his late residence. In terment will be in White Church Cemetery here. BASRE STONES ARE ENDURABLE HEADSTONES SEDATED LU BECK MONUMENTS 27 Pearl St. Plfd 6-2912 OPEN EVTNINQS HIGGINS PI 6-001? Home for Funarali 8th St at Arlington 1 fi?V A. M. RUNYON & SON "HOME for SERVICES" ' KKNNUTH ifl. RUNYON. Proprietor Eitabilshad I860 900 PA UK AVE. Tel. Plfd. 6-0040 'A ' Ml mi Mrs. Borrup Passes Away Mrs.. Caroline Petersen Borrup. 89, of 734 Central St., one of Plain-field's early residents, died yesterday (Jan. 14, 1946) in her home, after a lingering illness. Widow of James Jensen Borrup, Mrs. Borrup had resided in Plainfield for 73 years. She was born in Denmark. Mrs. Borrup's late husband, also a native of Denmark, settled in Plainfield on a section of property which includes the land between Central and Berckman Sts. ' The tract of land which was once a part of his truck garden he later divided into lots and named Garden St., the name which it still bears. Mrs. Borrup's home at 734 Central St. was the original Borrup homestead. Mrs. Borrup is survived by three sons, John J. Borrup of West Hart ford, Conn.; Fred J. Borrup, Stratford, Conn.; and Robert Borrup. 742 Central St.; and four daugh ters, Mrs. Rasmus H. Krog, Inman Ave.; Mrs. Charles Kirchner, Albany, N. Y.; Mrs. Harry Gordon, formerly of Compton Ave. and now of Indianapolis; and Mrs. Helen Dahl, at home. There are also 18 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. The younger great-greatgrandchild, Susan Larue Krog, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Krog of 1092 Arlington Ave. on Sept. 8, 1945, the 89th birthday an niversary or Mrs. Borrup. Funeral services for Mrs. Borrup will be held at 2 p. m. Thurs day at the Memorial Funeral Home. The Rev. H. Mortimer Gesner Jr., pastor of the First Unitarian Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery. Thomas F. Dineen scotch Plains Funeral services for Thomas F. Dineen, 53, of 56 Burnside Ave., Cranford, who died Saturday in his home following a long illness, will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in his late residence. The Rev. Albert Allinger, pastor of the Cranford Methodist Church, will officiate and interment will follow in Fairview Cemetery, Westfield. Mr. Dineen was a son-in-law of Frank Bopp Sr. of Forest Rd.' He was born in New Brighton, Staten Island, and had lived in Cranford 13 years. Before his illness he was employed as a foreman by the Wig- ton-Abbott Construction Company in Plainfield. He was a member of Local 156, International Hod Carriers, Building and Common Labor ers union of America, ana was a veteran of World War 1 in which he served in the Navy. Besides his father-in-law of this place, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ida Bopp Dineen; two sons, Thomas F. Dineen Jr. and John C. Dineen, seaman first class, USNR, stationed at Melbourne, Fla.; a daughter, Miss Margaret A. Dineen; two brothers, John Dineen of The Bronx, New York, and Michael Dineen of New Brighton; and seven sisters, Miss Mary Ellen Dineen of Rosebank. S. I.; Miss Isabelle Dineen of New York City, Mrs. A. Dudak of New York City, Mrs. E. Higgins and Mrs. W. Nolan of West Brighton S. I. Mrs. J. Muzzio of Westerleigh, S. I., and Mrs. J. Silza of Rosebank, S. I. Mrs. Anna Lannin" Kahway Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Lanning, 69 years old, mother of Mrs. Walter Pope of Somerville, who died Sunday in the Rahway Memorial Hospital after a two-week illness, will be held to. morrow at 2 p. m. in the Pettit Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hazelwood Cemetery. Mrs. Lanning was the widow of George Lanning. She was a native of Newark and had lived in Rahway 32 years. Mrs. Lanning attended the First Baptist Church. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. Harry Carpenter, of 89 W. Emerson Ave., with whom she resided; Mrs. George David, of Palmetto, Fla.; Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Earl Brunt, Pittstown; Mrs. Ralph Allen, 1713 Essex St.; Mrs. Catherine Karle, of 1480 Main St.; two sons, David Lanning, of 1047 Jacques Ave., and Harry Lanning, of 1521 Main St.; 26 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; two brothers, John Salmon, of Newark, and William Salmon, of Bogota; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Glllott, West Orange; Miss Cath erine Salmon, of Morris Plains; Mrs.-Minnie Elsdeh, of Newark. William D. Boykin Westfield Funeral services have been arranged for Sgt. William D, Boykin, son of Mrs. Polly Boykin of 120 Hamilton PI., who died Sunday at Lyons Veterans' Hospital. Ser geant Boykin, a veteran of both World Wars, was the husband of Mrs. Mamie Boykin of Arizona. Besides his mother and his widow, Sergeant Boykin is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lilly Bonneau, of the Hamilton PI. address; and Mrs Priscilla Dixon, Sumter, S. C; and four brothers, Edward and Marion of Scotch Plains; Moses of West- field; and Isaac of Baltimore. Funeral services will be held at 1 p. m. Saturday in the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Scotch Plains, with the Rev. William Moore offi ciating. Interment will be in Fair- view Cemetery, Westfield. Friends may call at the Judkins Colonial Funeral Home, Plainfield, from Thursday until time of the services. Jolin Tnoliig Funeral services for John Tuohig of 9 Coddington Ave. were held yes terday at his late residence. The Rev. Earl E. Hair, minister of the Watchung Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiated. Interment was in the Myersville Cemetery, Myers-ville. Pallbearers were Gordon B. Tuohig, Morrlstown; William O. TenEyck, Chatham; Laird Tuohig, East Orange; Elton Tuohig, El-mora; William J. Tuohig, Morris-town; and Robert Corny. Mr. Tuo hig, 95, died in his home last Friday. Dr. F. E. McConaughy Somerville Funeral services for Dr. Francis E. MeCoriaughy, 82, a practicing physician here more than 50 years at the time of his re tirement in 1944, will be held tomor-r-v- at 2 p. m. in the Second Re formed Church with Dr. Thomas Pace Haig officiating. Interment will be in the New Cemetery. Doctor McConaughy died Sunday (Jan. 13. 1916) in the home of his son, Harold L. McConaughy, in Ridge- woou. DION W. KENNEDY Santa Barbara, Calif. (JP) Dion W. Kennedy, 63, organist and com- poser, died here yesterday. He was ' born in Watci bury, Vt. Deaths in Jersey Elizabeth Alexander Spilner, fon 40 years a member of the toolroom office of the Singer Manufacturing Company, on his 75th birthday. Upper Montclair Ensign Daniel F. Emslie, 22, USNR, killed Jan. 7 when his fighter plane crashed during a training flight at Los Alima-tos, Calif. Newark The Rev. Christian L. Bischoff, 55, minister of Emanual Presbyterian Church here since 1942. Orange Mrs. Augusta Miller Gill, 66, daughter-in-law of the late John Gill, former mayor of Orange. llloom field John G. Lohr, 86, old- est member of the Park Avenue Presbyterian Church here, which he joined 69 years ago. Newark William M. Belke, 73, retired treasurer of Strobel & Crane Inc., Newark jewelry manufacturers. Verona Robert Taylor, 83, re- tired locomotive engineer for the ueiawnre, j,acKawanna sc wcsiein Railroad, which he served 44 years. Newark James Wilson, 70, re tired electrical engineer and inven tor of certain types of magnetoes in electrical equipment and an automobile stop light. Montclair Luke Mannione, 63, a maintenance man for the New Jer sey Bell Telephone Co. in Bloomfleld for 35 years. Mrs. Sophie D. Korff Westfleld Mrs. Sophie D. Korff, widow of Martin A. Korff and for merly of Plainfield, died this morn- ing (Jan. 15, 1946) in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emma A. Bo- gart, wun wnom sne resiaea at ui about a year. Mrs. Korff. born in New York Citv had resided in Westfield seven vears. She formerly resided in Plainfield for 47 vears. and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of that city. Besides the daughter with whom she resided, Mrs. Korff is survived bv a son. Alfred TVT Korff of 1015 Park Lane, Plainfield; a sister, Mrs. Emma A. Haurand of Long Branch; and two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incom plete. Mrs. Mary Bradshaw Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Bradshaw of 109 Johnston Ave.. were neia in ner laie nome yes- iciuay. ine nev. vnaries 1 . tiar- ris. pastor of Calvary Baptist Church officiated. Also participat- ing in the service were the Rev. i DTa!f ?l uhG Seco,n Baptist v. mil i.ii, .in i liv.llt 11. ailU II1C JhCV. Fletcher Fredericks, also of Mc- tuchen. Interment was in the fam ily plot in Hillside Cemetery. Mrs Bradshaw died Friday in Muhlen berg Hospital. Rites Held for Infant Middlesex-Funeral services for Carol Ann Zbell, 20-month-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zbell of Mountain Ave., were held yesterday in Plainfield. The Rev. Lewis Brick- r,. nt Hnhnk.n nHcier1 the spru. ices at the Higgins "Home for Funerals." Interment was in the Pallbearers were Andrew Hasulak. Michael Shymko, Robert Hendel and Herbert Clausen. The child " : - ,.t died last Saturday in Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield. Miss Jane Cowan Somerville Funeral services for Miss Jane Cowan, 81, an aunt of Paul Todd, Foothill Rd., Bridge- water Township, will be held tomor- row at 2 p. m. in the Sutphen Fu- neral Home with Dr. Archibald N. Smith of the First Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in the Methodist Church Ceme - tery, Lebanon. Miss Cowan died Saturday (Jan. 12. 1946) in Trenton. HITS. J Oil II Villain Raritan Funeral services for Mrs. Celestine Villani. 65. wife of John Villani, 22 Second St., will be held tomorrow at ft a. m. from the Hannon Funeral Home. 'Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a. m. in St. Ann's Church by the Rev. Amedeo Russo. Interment will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery. Mrs. Villani died Saturday (Jan. 12, 1946) in Somerset Hospital. Frank J. Steidle Dunellen Members of the Ro sary Society of St. John's Church , " " sociation will meet tomorrow at 8 p. m. at N. Washington Ave. and Front St. and proceed to Runyon's tuneral Home, where they will re- cite the Rosary in memory of Frank (-Southampton), about 10,000 Can-afePi Steidle, of 223 Second St., adian troops and passengers. Pier 1J1SS JCSllier laiCIl Miss Esther Taich, 40, formerly of viv;r.r'vrr,i'"v;,rrv-.:Ki6 (Pean Harbor), 75. l.s.t. 790 tl- V't, "t .i. ""ut-- -","'.,"ur.," 3--.i-.- -JL : j . tt: -tt 7iri; Tnf::; n 7-; Hebrew Cemetery, South Plainfield. Porcher Ravenel, professor emeri- tus of medical bacteriology and pre- uenHvn !, Tnlv,rHU or Missouri ana rormeriy ai tne uni- versitv of Wiaronsin HifH vestordnv lie woa a liauvc i rui", - v.. Kilmnntnn Alberta tff Oeoi'r'e Nathan (Dick) Speer, 59, former pucner wun me ueiroil oaseoan team and several mino clubs, died here yesterday, Hit. JOSEm HERMAN 1IICKTZ London (VP) Dr. Joseph Herman Hertz, 73. Chief rabbi Of the British) Empire for 33 years and a leading figure in world Jewish affairs for nearly nail a night. century, died last Plainfielder Sued In Crash Injuries Elizabeth Bureau of The Conrler-Newa Vlivnliotti Mrs T?nK A nivity JMIzanetn Mrs. nose A. UlVltZ and her husband, Harry J., Raritan, yesterday filed Supreme Court suit again csteven vnrgo, Hi. necona jm., Plainfield. On Dec. 4, Mrs. Divitz alleges she was severely injured when an automobile she was driving was struck by a car driven by the Plainfielder in Oak Tree Rd., Raritan. She seeks $10,000 damages and her husband wants $5,000 for loss of her society and medical ex pense. Your Electric Toaster, Washer,, Ranee at Stake in New Strike By JAMES MAKLOW Washington (P) - Your pout-war refrigerator, washing machine, electric range and oil heater are all involved in the electrical workers' strike today. The strike affects about 200,000 members of the United Electrical Radio and Maciine Workers of America CIO) in plants of the General Electric, and General Motors companies in 26 states. Those companies make the items mentioned above. tne iriKe wi1' slow down the total number that can be made for the waiting American public. The union is asking for a raise of $2 a day, which is 25 cents an hour. Strike Aids Small Firms The union, in voting to strike against the three companies, acted shrewdly. This is why: The union has a total membership of probably more than 500,000 in this country. But only about 200,000 of them are employed in the three companies named. Yet. all are engaged, more or lees, Local Men Reach Port Ships arriving at West Coast ports yesterday brought Army men from Plainfield and vicinity re turning home from the Orient, ac- cording to the Associated Press. Aboard the Howell Lykes, which arrived at Seattle from Nagoya, were: Pfc. William H. Nesbit. Plainfield; Sgt. Charles W. Wolen ski, Somerville, and Sgt. George F. Mitchell, Bound Brook. Tech. Sgt. Stephen L. Ciko, Reaville, arrived at Tacoma, Wash., aboard the Al- mine from Nagoya, The Maui was originally sched uled to arrive today at Tacoma, but this listing was not confirmed by the Associated Press. Aboard it are: T5 Vincent J. Bonaduce, 214 E. Second St., Bound Brook; T5 Clarence Harper, 123 Cacciola PI., Westfleld; T5 Edward F. Setnicky, 716 Bound Brook Rd., Dunellen: and T5 Frank B. Steleto, 19 Essex gt Stirling, pfc Peter Jecag 121 Madison ve this citv. i ahoard the Chis- Ur,v, r.. ,icrir,Qii h t. day at San Francisco but not listed h nj,. ,t,ii oo-t raui,i o'Driscoll. 134 Liberty St.. is 'aboard the Slatejerdike from Manila, also unlisted today. DUE TODAV At New York Calvin Coolidge (Antwerp), 621, incl. part of 1343d Eng. C. Bn Med. Det. of 4th Conv. Hosp., 989th Engr. Treadway Bridge Co., Pier 15, S. I., 7:30 a. m., K. C.amP ?uJ?er Charles Crocker ( Antwerp), 28, anch. off Rosebank, S. I., to Fort Hamilton. Bienville "' ?Vh 5th V- l0f 5 2Slh Dl,wJ 15- S- l 8 m- to CamP Kilmer (Bremen), 1,834, incl. personnel of r r. Thnmas 'Rickett' (Antwern). fiflfi misc., Pier 3, Bklyn. Army Base, 2 bara (Marseille), 446 misc.. Pier 15 S. I., 7:30 a. m., to Camp Kilmer. Vincent Harrington (Antwerp), 36, anch. of Rosebank, to Fort Ham ilton. John E. Schmeltzer (Brem en), 637, indefinite date and time of arrival. Thomas Jefferson (Azores), 24, delayed to Thursday. William Cody (Antwerp), 647, delayed to Friday. Emma Willard (Antwerp). 578, delayed to Thursday, At Newport News William Mul- holland, 598, incl. elements of 72d Engr. Light Pont. Co., 573d Tank Bn., Det. B. At San Francisco Adair (Shang- hai), 1,800. Bon Homme Richard UIjeyte), 4,250. Tuscaloosa (Nou mea), 674. Robert Mills (Manila). 813. Susan Colby (Manila), de layed, mi. KiutaBay (Pearl Har K 9")7 i : ,i :i .1 1 , 01 t rence Taylor (Pearl Harbor), 64 At San Diego Arctic, 70. L.S.M. 2. L.U.I. 95, 6. L.C.1.S 323, 1098, 65, 651, 708, 1029, 1030, 1070, no in- iormanon. ob, ooi, 584, 631 69J. 712. 725, 812, no infoimation L.S.M.s 33, 90, 136, 178, 237, 449, no information. Bunker Hill, 2,500. At Los Angeles Marsh (Pearl Harbor), 15. At l'orlland -Alcoa rolarls (Yo kohama), 1,138. ARRIVED YESTERDAY At New York Enterprise (Le Havre), 3,636, Pier 13, S. I., 12:30 p. m., to Camp Kilmer. Ariel (Trini- dad) 3, anch. off Rosebank, S. I., to jvort .Hamilton. Bea Hawk, 5, anch off Rosebank, 1 p. m., to Fort Ham jitnn Marina vr tvo (5.,nM.,i 24 a-nch. off Rosebank, 6 p. m., to rm -ltii cm. iirnjiiiu iews iM o arrivals, A 4- Won I.'... n..:...i.. T : , : awa), 914. Belet (Pearl Harbor) Maon)la' " (Pearl Harbor), 135. L.S.T. 978 Harbor), 76. L.S.T. 104 102. L.S.T. 1140 (Pea tiaiDorj, bo. .M AngeW - Aconcagua fX. ? 1 KM A iiaiHa -V.l.',l, t 4rt s"7;, a ' T A, . ' ,, frm iiJAii i Aj ftWU).' M7?' UWCll LykeS (Nit goyn), 3,220. a t,..,,.. Ui. , . ilKuyJt, Sim lti.'ir,. A,f nfi - ...... j . . ... i ( , I v J Ar p,ii llrluunu 1.1... I. irt -..i.. iegai aqmcch t Flnrrnre M. Brndrr or To Whom it onccrn: Tiikft notice that on Tueiiday Jiin. 23. 1048 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, I will sell at public auction at Handy Andy's """ ..V1",' !5'"I,P' U078817, serial No. 4078917. to satisfy a na-J rage lien for Handy Andys Body Shop. BaIlf Vndy AnBody Shop Fees $2.88 18 &15 IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY J .-4 ."!' TO MARIE At.EZlE SIMMONS: By virtue of an order of the Court of Chancery of the Slate of New Jersey made on the 7th day of January. 1946. in a cause wherein Koscoe James Stmumns is petitioner anil you ure defendant, you are nereby required lo answer the petition of petitioner on or neiore tne ui oay 01 MitTch next and In default thereol. such decree will be rendered BKalnst you as the chnncellor sh(,u think equitable and just. The object of said suit is to obtain a ; jer rceoi mvur u.ti.c.i m .-uUnn listed: January 7. IfMfl wii.mam w. oinnKS. bollillor of Petitioner. 411 Somerset turret, riuJnfleld. New Jersey Fees $10 58. Wl!S-4touw To Whom It May Concern I will no lonser be resionsihle for debts contracted by my wife Lillian Sdith Cohen. Dated: Jan. 15, 1946. SIDNEY L. COHEN. 1747 E. 2nd litreet. Scotch Plains. N. J. Fees $4.00 l15-4teod in the same kind of work, striking against those three Ry big companies first, the others get a sharp advantage. The products of those three companies are slowed up or shut down. But the products of the other companies keep on being produced. Therefore, the products of the un-struck companies will keep on reaching the market. This puts the struck companies at a disadvantage. The waiting public will grab up the first products on the market. Others Will Follow Of, course, if the union makes the three big companies yield now, the other companies, the minor com petitors, will have to yield later. This is the strategy of taking the big ones first. That 25 cents-an-hour increase. which the union wants, is a straight cents-an-hour increase. This is the kind of response the union got: 1. Westinghouee offered to in crease the work week from 40 to 45 hours (time and a half for overtime for all hours over 40) to make up for take-home pay lost by the shift from war to peacetime production. (The union rejected this, eince no direct increase in hourly pay was offered.) 2. General Motors offered a 13' cents an hour increase. This was too low to satisfy the demand of 25 cents an hour. 3, General Electric offered an increase of 10 cents an hour or 10 per cent, which ever was higher. Which meant: Employes receiving less' than $1.00 an hour would receive a 10-cent raise; employes receiving more than $1.00 an hour would receive an increase of 10 per cent. AH Offers Rejected These offers were unacceptable to the union, which last September told the companies what it wanted in the way of a raise. This is how the strike will affect the public: General Motors electrical workers make refrigerators, electric ranges, oil heater units, and motors for washing machines and refrigerators. General Electric and Westing- houtie companies, in addition to making the above items, also turn out turbines, propellors, generators ana radios. The union says that practicallv the whole electrical industry is organized into unions. But it claims, in the whole industry, a membership of 75 per cent in refrigerators, 65 per cent in washing machines, and 85" per cent in radios. So what the three companies do. will have to be done by the rest of the companies in the industry. inc three struck companies are the pacemakers. Trade Name Is Filed; Partnership Listed Elizabeth Bureau of The Conrier-Newa Elizabeth Coffey Engineering Company, 511 South Ave., Westfield, yesterday filed a trade name cer tificate with County Clerk Henry O. Nulton. Business will be managed by Harry L. Coffey, 94 Hudson Ave.. North Plainfield. Harrv F. Fass, Plainfield, is the concern's counsel. A partnership name was filed bv the Union Casting Company, Plain- field, which will be operated by John J. von See, 219 Norwood Ave., North Plainfield, and John M. Eklich, First St., and Frederick Kappauf, Old New Market Rd.. both Middlesex Borough. Codington and Blatz, Plainfield, are counsel. PTA CALLS MEETING South riainfield The Grant School PTA will meet today at 8 p. m. in the school. The Dramatic Club will entertain with a play. "Too Many Sweethearts." Lost and Found LOST: Man's diamond rinp. between Postofflce and Boise's. Friday noon. Reward. Call Plfd 6-9168. LOST: Silver bracelet with heart- shaped blue-preen marine stone, in snow Dec. 27. Reward. Call Plfd 6-8369. LOST: Young male red beagle hound. collar and learner leech. Call Plfd 6-0110. LOST: Lady's silver bracelet. Navy design ;reward Call Plfd 6-2218-R. FOUND: Tan chow dog: Warrenville vicinity. 'Call Plfd 6-2375-M-2. LOST: Handbag, black, initialed AHC. with wutrh, key .nd comb, Jan. S. Reward. Call Plfd 6-12S7-J. LOST: Black wallet, money, important papers, at Gay s Hosiery Shop. Finder keep money, send remainder to Post Office Box 302. Westfleld. Personals OUR 1916 CHRISTMAS CLUB IS STILL OPEN NO CARRYING CHARGE THE PLAINFIELD TRUST COMPANY Cor. Park ve. and Second St. Member Federal Reserve System and F. D I C. (7HECKS cashed government, payroll. Notary public at Rubin's Drue Store 459 W Fourth St 10 a. m to 10 p m. Including Sunday Tel Plfd 6-B6SM. Professional Services t rMPOMF Tn, Prnirl mind ftli npnn. 1 erly. 123 North Ave. (near Park Ave.). ESTIMATED income tax forms, filled for 1945: dead line Jan 15: Georpe P. Najim. 438 WatchunR Ave. Public Accountant. Tel Plfd. 6-2543. Instruction 18 BEVERLY EISENSTEIN will accept pupils genuinely interested In SWING PIANO and HARMONY Beginners and Advanced Call Plfd6-3158-W PHYLLIS SCHMIDT " Piano: beginners and advanced. Tel. Plfd 6 81186-W Help (Male) 23 SHEET' mktal worker FIRST CLASS International Plainfield Motor Co. 139!) W. Front St. PAINTERS WANirED Good mechanics. Top wages. Apply after 6 p. ni. Arthur MacDonald & Sens,- 58 Brook Ave. WAITER WANTED Oak Hills Manor, Metuchen Tel. Metuchen 6 0774 MAN with some selling experience to learn the insurance business. Good earnings guaranteed. Must own car. Call Plfd G-0252. BUTCHER WANTED Apply Klein's Market 203 Clinton Ave. YOUNG mnn for wet break. Faucett's Laundry, '.l?,C Leland Avr'- MALE attendant, sober und conscientious, assist in care semi-invalid, household duties, drive a car. Write H-17I, Courier-News. FIREMAN for stoker feed boilers, good pay. steady work. Apply Meadow-bronk Viilige. See Mr. Campbell. Tel. Plfd 6-bMH. Help (Male) 231 MEN A number of openings for men who want 1 A OOOD JOB 2 STKADY WORK 3 ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITY THE.E JOBS ARK IN ADDITION TO THOSE BEING HKLU KOR CAL.CO VETERANS OTHER VETERANS REGISTER WITH US NOW WE WILL HOLD A JOB FOR YOU FOR AS LONG AS 60 DAYS IF YOU MEET OUR REQUIREMENTS. Calco Chemical Division American Cyanamid Bound Ilrook District Representative Take over built-up business this area, guaranteed weekly income: heavy demand for training now; car required; held training given. International cor respondence Schools; Regional office. Newark. Tel. Mrk. 2-1664. AUTO mechanic, must be experienced and have own small tools, excellent salary, good working conditions. ROBT. A. NASH CO. , Hudson Sales & Service 114 E. Second St. MAN to wash pots and pans: steady work. Apply Hanewald's, 120 E. Front St. Salesmen FRIGIDAIRE Commercial and Indus trial rrfrijrpration: air conditioning; Ksmi-x and Union Counties; commission or salary and commission; training. Write for appointment. Give all details. Write H-172. Courier-News. . GREENHOUSE men wanted, starting rate iOc and rc per hour, bee J A. Babey, Thos. Young Orchids. Inc. Tel. Hound Brook 12m. MEN Occasional survey work. Hours 1 to 9:30 p.m. No canvassing or sellini;. Permanent. Write only. Box CR-001,- Einneran, 14(5 Broadway, NT Y. 18. SHEET metal worker, steady work, first class mechanic. A. F. Neumann, 1400 Park Ave. Tel. Plfd 6-0145 DRAFTSMAN Structural steel detail- ers urgently needed. Apply SAVARY & GLAEdER 102 Washington Ave., Dunellen MEN SALESMEN DISCHARGED VETERANS Be Your Own Bos3 Our tested aDnroved nlan of liberal B0r commissions and incentive bonuses is your assurance of steady year-round income. Aoplv Miss Scott, 255 W. Front St.. Plainfield. BOYS wanted to deliver newspapers. Good Pay. HOME NEWS SERVICE 139 North Ave. HAVE vour son acauire a business training by becoming a Courier-News Little Merchant. Substantial earnings; small. ' compact territory: papers de livered on route: bicycle not necea oa.y. many vi u.... .,., i uus... professional men received tneir tirsi i , . J-li . . ousmcss traimns .it-nvtri V"' papers. Call Plfd 8-8000 and ask for Circulation Department. Some oppor tunities now open. MEN A number of openings for men who want 1 A GOOD JOB 2 STEADY WORK 3 ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITY THESE JOB3 ARE IN ADDITION TO THOSE BEING HELD FOR CALCO VETERANS WK WILL HOLD A JOB FOR YOU FOR AS LONG AS 60 DAYS IK YOU MEET OUR REQUIREMENTS. Calco Chemical Division American Cyanamid Bound Brook GRILL man. must be clean, efficient sober: references required: also dish washer for Sunday only, and waitress for noontime only, week days. Bob's Snack Bar. 123 Park Ave. Call Plfd 6-10057. S ALES MAN For state of N. J. $5,000 class balary J5. weekly, plus -0 on earned sales. Write for interview or phone Humboldt 2-2199. Ask for Mr. Martin. Sales Director. Easterday Chemical Co., 22 Dri't SU Newark, N.J. OPTICIAN-BENCHMAN. experienced, or younp man mechanically inclined, to learn. Write H-113. Courier-News. AUTO body and fender man; must be experienced: also auto rubber and sander. Bumper to Bumper Auto Service. 145 Somerset St. Good pay. CaU Pifd 6-2471 AWCWPRQ Ia hn nnmhor uiivorH.M ments require no postaee when brought to The Courier-News Office UNIVERSAL CRANE OPERATOR International Plainfield Motor Co. 1399 VV. Kront St. APPLIANCE repair man. mechanical 'and electrical: experience necessary, Apply Montgomery Ward & Co, ACTIVE SALESMAN real position tierniHtient Will xhow vou bv actual tr inlnir how it is done. Must have car. ability to sell and teach others to sell. Prefer man used to earning $5,000 a year or more. Write Box 294 Park Ridfje. N. J. YOUNG MAN wanted to help In butcher shop. Good pay. Klein s Meat Alar ket, 203 Clinton Ave. corner So. Second St. BOY at least 12 veara old needed to I deliver papers on established route In Scotch Plains. Needs bicycle. Call Circulation Dept.. Courler-Newa. Plfd 6-8000 Help (Female) 24 TYPISTS wanted. $87 month, increased to $100 per mo. in six months, lunches included: pleasant work. Call West- field 2-3720 for interview. STENOGRAPHER and typist for phy sician's office, permanent, full time. I good salary and surroundings; also I girl for three days a week. Write H-164. Courier-News. OFFICE cirl. must be experienced. Montgomery Ward & Co., Watchung Ave. WANTED: Woman for general cleaning, five or six days weekly; good! wages. Tel. Plfd 6-0994. 'COOK, and first floor worker, experi enced, sleep in. family of two adults. Write H-198. Courier-News. LAUNDRESS wanted. 17 Chatham St., North Plainfield. Tel. Tlfd 6-2170, Flour Girls Wanted! "Apply R A tl HANDBAGS 800 Park Ave. WILL Mrs. Alice Smith (Mrs. GeraH) nlease call Plfd 6-fC61 again regarding position in Metuchen? Unfortunately. your number confused. CAMP KILMER TAILOR SHOP GIRL or woman wanted to check clothes, etc.. prefer one who can use dewing machine. Call before 8:30 a. rn. or after 7 p. in. Louis Klvelllnl, BIS n;. Sixth St. Tel. Plfd 6-77IW. EXPERIENCED Fountain Worker BLOSSOM II ILL FARM 205 E. Fifth St. CASHIER WANTED Full Time BLOSSOM HILL FARM 205 EastFifth St. NEAT middleaged woman for general housework, four-day week, business couple good wages. Write H-114, Courlar-Nows. WAITRESS WANTED rieasant Working Conditions. PARK HOTKL. V Seventh St. Operators, 'light'" work with "good pay. BENWEIS BAG CO. 320 Front St., Dunellen WOMEN wanted to work in ice cream store, full or part time, clean work. Apply Manager I TOMPKINS ICK CREAM CO. l'.2 E. FronJ St. YOUNG LADY, cotmetlc departmentT good salary. Tobln'n Drug Store. 1S9 K. Front St. ; GIRLS to learn, oermanent position, five-day week, easy work. Apply in per.?on, 415 Madison Ave. SECRETARY withabllitv and "experi-en'-e wanted at once. Write H-120 Courier-News. Help (Female) WAITRESSES EXPERIENCED Also iHnhlor. Six-day week: Rood ary; sternly. Apply in person. SUNSET DINER Route 29 Bound Brook GIRL, single, for drug and cosmetic sales, experience preferred; food sal ary. Write H-H'J. Courier-Isews. GIRLS to be trained for laundry work. Experience not necessary. Good pay. Kaucett's Laundry, 328 Leland Ave. NIFTY SWEET SHOI- want !rl or young women, good pay. steady oh. No Saturduy or Sundav work. Apply in person, 1223 W. Front St. READERS answering help wanted ad vertisements are urged not to forward original references to advertisers. A copy will answer. Keep oriktnal In possession. tf COMPETENT woman wanted foTkltrh- en work in small Institution. Call Brookslde Nursing Home, Cranford 6- 275t. ' STENOGRAPHER for law office. Law experience not essential. Write H-lfl. Courier-News. GIRLS Are Needed Now STEADY EMPLOYMENT PAID WHILE LEARNING REGULAR INCREASES PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS Apply 109 E. fourth St. Plainfield or Call Plfd 6-of ficlal 11 for appointment New Jersey Bell Telephone Co. GIRLS Only 140 Jobs Now Available FOR ALL-YEAR-ROUND JOBS Clean. Easy Work Good Wage Bonus System For Extra Earning! Condenser Corporation of America South riainfield HOUSEWORKER-cook. help with fhlld; no heavy work; sleep In. Call Plfd 6-3U7U-U. GENTLEWOMAN to assist in home with other help, good salary. Metuchen. Call Plfd 6-8261. CALLING ALL DOMESTICS! Good positions at top wages for competent household help. MURPHY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 234 Park Ave. Tel. Plfd 6-0243 mnifS-flrqt floor couples. house workers, baby nurses. hiKh wares. o. wn n ni upinvMKMTii:prT lwk, .hT,n A v Tl Plfd 6:3534 206 Watchung Ave. Tel. Plfd 6-3534 SECRETARY to Corporation Executive. Must also bo canuble of performinn certain responsible office functions. Write rivin complete details as to experience, ape and salary expected. Office hours a to 6. Saturday to 11 An interesting opportunity lor tne successful applicant. Write H-144, Courier-News. Typist EXPERIENCED or INEXPERIENCED Reply giving full qualifications to Hox H-185. COUHIKR-NEWS EXPERIENCED HOUSEWORKKR. five mornings, 9 a.m. 1 p.m. Call Pud 6-1553-W. SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER STENOGRAPHER RECKPTIO.NIST-TYPIST CLERICAL TYPIST Experienced preferred but not absolutely necessary. Permanent, salaried position for better than average applicants. Phone or see Mrs. Koerber, Walles Dove-Hermiston. Corp.. West- field 2-44SO. PRACTICAL NURSE wanted, must be b, t jve n c Dulieien 2-6667. - tL WANTED AT ONCE - MuMleaKed woman 10 m-ip cunvBieacriu mm u I some housework. Koud home ana wascs. Call Dunellen 2-6207 or 6-6118-J. SALESLADY, experienced, for ladieV . -n(i Annl v GAY'S 69 W. Main St., Somerville Tel. Somerville 1755 WAITRESS Experienced, must be neat and courteous; steady work; closed Sundays; Kooa income wun menis lurnuneo, MARCO IS 161 E. Front St. WHITE woman four mornings a week lor cleaning, ironing and general worK. Call Plfd 6-8147-M. WOMEN Pleasant work, packing. wrapping, food preparation: also one woman as cook In processing kitchen. Apply In person. General Froster Co, rear of 1217A W. tYont St. STENOGRAPHER, experienced, con scientious person, pleasant surroundings. Call Plfd 6-4780. CAPABLE general houseworker, work in Somerville; highest wages. Call before 10 a. m. or after $ p. m., Plfd 6-8482. WAITRESS WANTED Buskin's 433 Park Ave. SALESLADY wanted. Steady, experi- enced preferred. Apply btrand De-partment Store. 210 E. Front St. Help (Male-Female) 27 Kitchen Helpers Tray Girls Porters House Maids PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT Meals Maintenance If Desired Vacations With Pay Hospitalization When Necessary Life Insurance APPLY Mulilonberpr Hospital PARK AVEX Men Women FULL TIME 8TEADT WORK On Our DAT end NIGHT SHIFTS No Experience Needed APPLT PERSONNEL DEPT. Art Color Printing Co, Dunellen OPERATORS, hand eewers: male or female. Also tailor. F. Calanlelio, 400 Watchung Ave. COOKS, Couples. Kitchen Help Apply INCOLN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 435 W. Fourth St GIRLS, age 18 to 25. day shift 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.. night shift 5 p.m. to midnight. High School boys and girls, 5 to 9 p.m. Kingston Conlev Electric Co. 68 Brook Ave., North Plainfield

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