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1 1 : t I ! TltphoB Plainfield 6-8000 injXTEIlDO!V COUNTY KETTg ' t sx w w? ' j ' r ' ' f A r J ; I .- f " " 1 PLAINFIELD, N. J,: COTOIER-NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1954 LEGION INSTALLS Americas Legion Post 284 and its auxiliary installed officers last night in the post home, Whitehouse. Left to right are Mrs. Albina Kempler Charter of White-house, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Mary"1 Kinney of - eaJt 0. f ( USk Frenchtown, president, getting gavel from Mrs. Dorothy Cantanio of Whitehouse, Hunterdon County auxiliary president; Nicholas Przewoz-mk, commander, getting gavel from Charles J. Marro of Lambertville Post 120, county commander. Legion Unit Seats Slate Whitehouse Nickolas Przewoz- rnk was installed as commander Wnitehouse Post 284 American Legion last niht at the post nome. tie succeeds Michael Szurick. Installed as" president of the auxiliary unit for the second term was Mrs. P. Raymond Catanio. Mr. Prtewoznik has served as senior vicecommander, junior vicecornmander and service officer. He served two years on special assignment in the Ameri-- can Theater during World War 2. A former resident of Plainfield, he lives on Ridge Rd. with his wife and two sons. - Mrs, Catanio, a charter member, is the wife of the charter commander of the post Also installed were: Senior vicecommander. Harrv Bnrdse- junior vicecommander, Frank xjnerson; cnapiain, jonn Sidoro- wicn; Historian, ueorge Lampert; finance officer, George W. S. Reed; sergeant-at-arms, Robert Bartol; service officer, Hans Coe- Dier; ana adjutant, Walter Sido- rowicn. - i ' Auxiliary officers are: Vice-president, Mrs. Lampert; secretary, Mrs. Robert Carson; treas urer, airs. rea peabody; ser- eeant-at-arms. Mrs. Jack Remnler- historian, Mrs. Coebler; and chap lain, airs, ueorge j. lseun. Installing officers were Charles Marro, Hunterdon County commander and member of the Lambertsville Post; and Mrs. George Kinney, county president and past president of the French- lown umi. ... . . Womeh'sUnits Tall Cedars Plan High Bridge Thp nual family nieht will he hM CO&lfJllS TT. , - . -Z " J I Hunterdon County Forest 13, Tall Cedars of Lebanon 'liVlHaw ova. ning, Oct 8 in High Bridge school. It will open with a turkey dinner io pe servea in the school cafe teria at 7 p.m. After the dinner, a program of nrofessional tainment will be presented in the school auditorium. The tee on arrangements i hearted Dy lienry Fotopowitz, this place urana iau ceaar, High Bridge Youth Fellowship group of the Methodist Church will hold'a picnic at 6 p.m. at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. A. barker Terhune in Fairview Ave. Mrs. Richard Dick will be YF leader this year. Robert, son ftf Mr anrl fr Richard J. O'Rourke of Woodglen, left this week for Philadelphia where he begins his sophomore year at st Joseph's College. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Catanzareti of Tisco Ave. last week at Hunter don Medical Center has been named Diana. Lee. It is their fifth child. Mrs. Catanzareti is the for mer Miss Anne Martin of this place. Several local exemDt firemen will attend the State Exempt Fire men s Association convention Saturday in Jersey City. Among those attending from here will be Carroll Sechrist, Ezra Trout Bloomfield Apgar and Robert Carvatt Math Teacher Quits Pulpit High Bridge The Ro rw Archibald A. Acton, a Presbyterian minister and school tearher fm- many years has resigned as pastor ox asdutv iresnvtenan rhnrK devote full time u i. . , . . . ' uie iwcai nign scnooi. The Rev. Mr. Acton Tni19v Submitted his reTtlicnatinn tn -fho Presbyterian Session at Asbury where he has been pastor for the past 16 years.' He has been a memher f hi rinf 1 1 I ii r . . I xucdi lacuiiv ior me nast fvn years, teaching high school mathe matics. He nas SDent mnra than years teacning. His first six years were spent in his native Ontario, Canada. The next three years were in Crescent Citv Fia lie taugnt one year in Bermuda ana nine vears in Hamntnn Ttioh School, coming to the local .school iwo years ago. In the ministrv he bad heTH pastorates in Ottawa, Canada; Detroit and Belvidere before coming to Asbury in 1938. He was graduated from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and later secured his theology degree in Queen's University Sem inary. Clinton The New Jersev State Federation of Women's Clubs will convene next Thursday at Stanton Grange halL Clinton Women's Club will be host Mrs. Duncan Mackenzie 3rd, of Allentown. N.J.. vicenresident of the fourth Hic. trict, will preside. The morning session will onen at 10:15 a.m. with invocation by me tev. k. Douglas Merriam, Pastor Of Clinton Preshvterian Church. Flag salute will be led by Mrs. Charles L. Hall of riin. ton, past president of the local club. Mrs. Donald S Wert f Hopewell will lead sinsnner nf tho National Anthem. Mrs. B. Frank Stratton of Tren. ton. Southern virenresiHent wHl .-.Vj IT Xll. give an address. Miss Grace M. Freeman of East Orange, chair man of eduratinn ' for tha ctotn federation, will speak on "Assignments for Tomorrow." s . At the afternoon session he- ginning at 1:30 D.m. Mrs Rirhai-ri D. Hudson of ATnntlair ctofn , UlUL tederation treasurer, will sneak on "Where Does Your Mnnon and Mrs. Cole A. Armstrong of Ridgewood, state federation! literature chairman, will speak on "What Kind of Books Do You I Enjoy?" A report Of the conference registration for fourth nMstnVt i clubs will be given by a registra-j tion committee of the local club. A half-hour musical entertain-1 ment will be presented hv the North Hunterdon Regional Hith School Glee Club with Mrs T.niJ N. Harrison, school music teacher, directing. Mrs. Edward F.llice of fnVoc bury vicinity is heading a pro-j gram committee,. Reservations for I 1 i i . imicneon will oe taken until today by Mrs. Ellice or Mrs v Herbert Hand of Glen Gardner. " Referendum Vote Ordered On Water Firm Purchase FIeminton Purchase nf tha'tn ; A - . 7 . ""iiue waier pressure ana lituT CoPany fori supply and said it believed the $197,000. subiect to a referendum hnn kt ..u 1 . - , - , - rvuum ucui tuuiu uc ixieL Dy loot the voters and the sale of i come from the sale of water bonds, was anoroved last nioht c-. r x. . " . byJre c,?mmon Council. .recommended are repairs to the ci nyu M u e5,uest10n reservoir to end leaks, a 10-inch "Shall the Borough of Fleming. I; w v . '.i... T. t . .. r. o " . a a c iiiuu uvui me ; soucn ton purchase the water system of branch of the Raritan River to T n A b' OminntAM . In . - r """s n.ier umpany me reservoir and the installation PAGE TWENTY-ONE for the Public and nrivate usee of this municipality and its in- napitants.' '"appear on the Flem-mgton ballot at the General Elec tion xv ov. z. Price Agreement Reached The General Waterworks r. poration of Philadelphia, owner oi -suDstantially all" of the water company's outstanding common siucjs agreed to the once shnnt 5 p.m. yesterday, attorney Ryman xierr toia tne council. Originally, the company had asked $225,000. Several conditions iiBT-A tached to the holding company's agreement however. rna ie fh. une "vrenerai waterworks Corporation is able to nnrch ase tha vii t standing minoritv interest nf no -i " - aaares oi common stock. -Attornev Herr ik io uc- Jaeved stockholders are willing to selL Thev but they are believed to be sev eral local residents. If 'the Gen eral Waterworks Cnrnnratinn o not obtain the 58 shares, it will not sell necause nf tha atft : .... -"- tuevi ii win nave on their income tax, the attorney said. - Other Conditions; Other Conditions i-mnncaA K.t the corporation are that voters shall annrove the ruirohco k - f .na.j before Dec. 31. 1054. anrf th,t tv. borough shall secure the funds to pay tne purchasing price on or before Jan. 1, 1955. The Common Council hac au thority to purchase the water company and float the hnnH. t pay for it by ordinances without referendum, the attorney said. The councilmen directed the public question be nut on the hoiit to learn public sentiment. The Chamber of Commerce hoc recommended that the hnrnuoh purchase the company for no more man si 75 non ami . mir $150,000 worth of improvements of meters. Purchase of the water company new suuuiiuea 10 dutviu vote hp once before and defeated 30 years ago. The borough last iiuaiea Donas in 1936 to construct the sewerage disposal plant The debt was paid in five years. Annandale The first luncheon.moot;n. ..uuimj Ui tne season of tha 1 Church Women's Missionary Society will be held next Wednesday noon at the hnma nf tut Gustav Hoffman, Beaver Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Wnrh vt t - ""6" UX x-icrce Heights and Mrs Wiiii.n, . ... . imuam dingier ot Mam St are in Toronto where they are attending the Urban Land Institute ot ... H bw Cl i. nic itoyai york Hotel. The annual clamhaVo nr a . . . ""-"v- i nu- nandale Fire Comnanw mmii i , . r"J nil held Sunday afternoon at the aeais iarm at Clnfton Point Le- ItOy L). JLVler Jr is rhim.,. r - u . .w ILiaiA Ul me Daxe committee. 1 . ... - Mr.'and Mrs. Thomas rnnn)ii "UJ axuucu, former local residents h ova va - xc- lurneo to tneir home ot w,f. ford, Va., after a visit here with mends and relatives. Two Motorists Pay Fines in Clinton Clinton Frank J rtnhlai 90 of Cokesbury Ave., Lebanon, paid a line 01 srt ann S3 costs nn - charge of careless driving Tuesday to the violations clerk in the office of Magistrate Charles W. L. SummerilL Dobler's car left w Main St Sept. 3, hurtled a ditch and ran 150 feet into a field. He was treated in the Hunterdon Medical center for injuries. A- A. C IIIO- Of AShlev Pa woe .. . j - " lined $10 and S3 costs for passing a school bus as it halted to unload passengers along Route 22. Kiwanis Hears Two Talks Clinton Informal talks hv two club members were civen ot tha - O- HIV. dinner-meeting of North Hunter- aon iviwanis uiub Tuesday evening at Clinton House. George Wescoe of High Bridee. who will start for Italy Monday where he and his familv will reside . year, discussed his iob there We is employed by an oil company j and will help 'modernize a re finery there. Paul Dittman of Clinton, who served in the Mer chant Marine during World War 2, told of his experiences. nans for the annual Kids' rtov program Saturday afternoon J voornees atate Park were an nounced by Arthur Samose of be entertained by club members. Ralph CowsilL nrpsident on. plans for a public celebration Oct 12 for Msgr. Michael Mull i pan local man who has - served over 50 years in the priesthood. Alvin J. Gillen. Hazletnn Pa and Edward Conwavof Ha mntnn were guests. Next Tuesday nighli meeting will be held at The Pad- Hlgn Bridge, chairman rhildrenMvni- rt t . nn . I from North Hunterdon towns will I Brick Tavern. 1 The DUDLEY S.MILLEB DRUGSTORE 401 PARK AVE. PL j9200 Compounding Sine 1888 sEAuo ALuniiNun ' COHBINATION STORM & SCREEN WINDOWS! .95 Any 81m to 40x80 ZnstaUatloa . Optional Phone Now . Free Demonstration CALL DAY OR NITE Dl il A94A ""W5F TIME PAYMENTS SHOWROOM OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 PJ4. DAILY APEX INSULATORS, Inc. 1472 EAST SECOND STREET PLAINFIELD Hello. I am . . . 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