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Other Obituaries On Page 12 Memorial Service Set A memorial and Rev. Henry Charlton Beck, N.J. Folklore Historian, Dies Robbinsville () Funeral services will be held Wednesday for the Rev. Henry Charlton Beck, an Episcopal priest and well-known New Jersey folklore historian. The Rev.
Mr. Beck died of a heart attack at his home Saturday night. He was 62. Bradley Gardens Mr. and Mrs.
John Siernos of Maple Ave. observed their 26th wedding anniversary Saturday at a dinner with their three daughters, the Misses Barbara, Dorothy and Evelyn Siernos. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gies-sler of Walnut St.
will celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary Thursday at a dinner in their home. Employment (Men) 29 WAITER Must be experienced, full time. Apply Maison Billia Restaurant, 1260 Terrill Rd. Fanwood, FA 2-8242. MAN WANTED to work in scrap yard, must have driver's license.
Write W-189, Courier-News. MALE WIRERS experienced to work on solid state pewer supplies, and related electronic equipment. Paid holidays, group insurance, call Mr. Talisse C. M.
L. INC. 350 Leland Ave. Plainfield, N.J. An Equal Opportunity Employer 754-5502 PORTER Bakery experience.
Apply In person. Winter's Bakery, 180 E. Front Plainfield. UPHOLSTERER Experienced. Year round work.
Call 469-2220. LABORATORY ASSISTANT Immediate opening for high school graduate bet. ages 21-28 to work in field of quality and technical control. Rotating shifts, steady work, full employe benefits. Apply at once: KENTILE FLOORS, INC.
Kentile Rd. So. Plfd. FURNITURE SALES Full Time Leading furniture chain has full time steady position open for bright aggressive salesman. Draw versus commission.
APPLY: MGR. FURNITURE DEPT. S. KLEIN U.S. Route 1 and Gill Lane Woodbridge, N.J.
An Equal Opportunity Employer Before being ordained a priest in 1949, he had been a newspaperman, magazine and book editor and author of half a dozen books on little-known New Jersey history. He also had written five mystery novels with a newsroom locale and co-authored a cartoon book. For the past 18 years he wrote a column, "Jerseyana," for the Newark Sunday Star-Ledger. Served in Flemington The Rev. Mr.
BecK was dea con of St. Matthew's Church in Pennington from 1947 to 1949 and rector of Calvary Church in Flemington from 1950 to 1956. He was also riA. r- i vicar oi oi. ueorge nurcn in York Harbor, Maine.
Tn 19fi0 hp resipnpri as prli-i tor of the American Church Staff Sgt. Mackowski and Mrs. Donald and daughter, Kimberly, have returned from Delta Junction, Alaska, where he was stationed with the U. S. Army for the past four years.
They are residing at 86 Eastern Somerville. She is the former Catherine Shearer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Shearer Sr. of Beekman Bradley Gardens, and he is the son of Mrs.
Ida Mackowski of Harry Somerville. PIERRE CARDINAL GERLIER Lyon, France G0 Pierre Cardinal Gerlier, archbishop of Lyon and Primate of Gaul, died yesterday at 85. Before becoming a priest at 41, Car dinal Gerlier was a lawyer and practiced in Pans from 1901 to 1913. He was known in France for having saved many Jewish children from the Nazis. Courier-News Classified Ads RATES News, the official publication turer and writer under a spe-of the American Church Un- cial assignment to the Bishop 1 4 7 10 Day Days Days Days 3 Lines $1.29 $3.60 5.88 7.80 4 Lines 1.72 4.80 7.84 10.40 5 Lines 2.1 6.00 9.80 13.00 6 Lines 2.58 7.20 11.76 15.60 7 Lines 3.01 8.40 13.72 18.20 dedication in honor of Alfred P.
White, senior organist of Mt. Zion AME Church for 59 years and a long-time Plain field resident, will be con ducted next Sunday in observ ance of the second anniver sary of his death. The Rev. Marion F. Stokes, minister, will conduct the service at Mt.
Zion AME Church, and among the trib utes to Mr. White will be renditions by a choir composed of persons who formerly sang under his direction. Conduct ing the choir will be Cecil Sharp, an organ student- of Mr. White's. Soloists will be Phylis Greer and Richard Anderson, and organ music will be of fered by Sharp and Kenneth L.
Jones. The Celestial and Cathedral Choirs of the church will render chorals. Mr. White died Jan. 13, 1963, at the age of 89.
Born in Lynchburg, on July 8, 1873, Mr. White came to Plainfield with his just six weeks later and made his home here for the rest of his life. His mother gained freedom from salvery in 1865 and shortly after married William H. White. Their son was the first Negro boy to graduate from Plainfield High' School one of 17 graduated in the class of 1890.
Mr. White started the choir and conducted rehearsals in his mother's home for four years, until the church was established in 1894. In addition to serving as organist for 69 years, he was Sunday School superintendent, treasurer and trustee of the church. GIUSEPPE VIVIANI Pisa, Italy (P) Giuseppe Viviani, a noted Italian artist, died yesterday at 66 years of age. He was particularly known for his etchings and his works are widely exhibited throughout the world.
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CH 9-004R. EMPLOYMENT Sales Help-Men 22 SALESMAN TO REPRESENT INC. Prefer retired Armed Forces experience in the investigative field. Salary Pius expenses, plus incentive. Phone Mitchell 2-4245 Employment (Men) 23 BOYh Manage your own sman business Newspaper Route Manasement will not only give you an oppjrtunity to earn spending money, but it will get you acquainted with many nice people in your neighborhood and the advantage of learning how to increase your earnings.
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Two newspaper boys are awarded College Scholarships each year. Call now and be assured of a route. PORTER, 4 hrs. per night, 6 nights per week, steady employment In Plainfield. Write W-177, Courier-News.
EXPERIENCED BARBER, Somerville's Busy Barber Shop. RA 5-9549. BUTCHER, experienced to break and prepare from box; also serve customers. Top quality market. Must know how to serve people skillfully.
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MAN, for general work in bar and liquor store. Good references, hrs. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., 6 days, steady work. PL 4-9334. 20 MEN IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT SALARY $75 to $150 PLUS BONUS Experience helpful but not really necessary.
Work from New Brunswick, No. Plainfield, or Raritan, N.J. FOR INTERVIEW RA 2-4320, PL 5-5331, RA 5-4146 BEFORE 6 P.M. SALESMEN, salary plus commission. Qualified leads available.
Sell water conditioners. 5-figure income. FA 2-7202. AGGRESSIVE YOUNG MAN wanted for service clerk with fork lift truck dealer. Must have mechanical ability and be able to type.
CH 1-0460. A PERMANENT POSITION FOR THE RIGHT MAN Nationwide organization has an opening in this area for a man preferably college trained, who is intelligent, ambitious, and personable. We have an excellent training program for the person selected with assured income while learning. Please send data concerning age, marital status, em ployment record, education and references to Box V-194, Courier-News. GUARDS Applications full or part time now being accepted for employment as uniformed security guards in the Som erville area.
Ages 35 to 60. Average height and size. Must possess valid driver's license and have a clear record. Hourly wage plus time and a half for overtime. Uniforms furnished.
Ideal positions for retired personnel. Reply giving short description of background plus phone number. Write, X-110, Courier- News. WANTED: Asphalt Roofing Manufacturer seeking man capable of assuming duties and responsibilities of Assistant Superin tendent, tastern location. Reolv Box 1549, co Personnel Manager, Keystone Kooiing rvug.
winasor park, York, ra. SUPERINTENDENT 64-Unit garden apt. Individual gas heaters. Air conditionina. Available March.
Write PO Box 62, South urange, n.j. MEN $90 to start, earn $130 plus after training perioa. permanent position. Phone AD 2-6946. 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.. 7 to p.m. LET ME SHOW YOU how you can be In Dusiness for yourself with an income potential of $1,000 per month within the first year on an initial investment of un der $100. Early retirement possible Training and guidance given. Husband and wife can work together.
Write Box w-153 for appointment. TOOL MAKERS JIG BORERS LATHE HANDS MACHINISTS New air conditioned plant, top rates. steaay overtime, tun Denetits plus, PROFIT SHARING PENSION PLAN ATLANTIC TOOL DIE CO. So. Plainfield 753-2112 UTILITY MAN, steady young married man for year 'round position to work in warehouse, to make special deliveries, etc.
Apply in person to Neighborhood Home Beverage Service, Old Post and Vineyard Edison, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. SALESMEN! Opportunity to earn $10,000 and up per year. Sell with prestige. No competition.
Prospects unlimited. Management positions available. Call 722- 2280 bet. 8 and 12 a.m. and 7 to 11 p.m.
PAINT SHADER, experienced color matcher, plant batches, excellent wages, enormous fringe benefits. Send resume, Con-Lux Paint, P.O. Box 701, Metuchen, N.J. MAINTENANCE FOREMAN New plastics fabricating plant in Carteret requires maintenance supervisor experienced in sound mechanicalelectrical preventive maintenance procedures and supervision of others. Please reply in confidence by letter or resume with complete employment and salary history.
Telephone replies cannot be considered. The Dow Chemical Company Turnpike Industrial Center Carteret, N. 07008 An Equal Opportunity Employer YOUNG MAN wanted in" retail jewelry store. Permanent, full time, driver li cense. Apply in person, Marcus Jewelers, 206 E.
Broad Westfield. PART TIME COLLECTOR, eve's, to col lect delinquent professional accounts by Phone. Also, outside collector, days. Must be experienced. Write P.O.
Box 1385, Plainfield. Instruction THE COURIER-NEWS Plainfield. N. Monday, January 18, 1965 Legal Notices SHERIFF'S SALE Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Union County, Docket No. F-827-64 Queen City Savings and Loan Association, a New Jersey corporation.
Plaintiff, vs. Morris Mills, et als. Defendants CIVIL ACTION EXECUTION FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES'. By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, in the Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, Union County Court House An nex, in the City of Elizabeth, N.J., on Wednesday, the 3rd day of February, A.D., 1965, at two 'oclock in the afternoon of said day. All the following tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly described, lying and being in the City of Plainfield, in the County of Union and State of New Jersey.
BEGINNING at a Point in the north easterly side line of Bergen Street said point being distant 230.8 feet in a magnetic course of south 43 degrees 49 minutes east along said northeasterly side line of Bergen Street from the southeasterly side line of West Third Street; thence running along said northeasterly side line of Bergen Street south 43 degrees 49 minutes east 42 feet to a point; thence running north 46 degrees 11 minutes east and at right angles with said Bergen Street 150 feet to a point in the rear line of Halsey Street lots; thence running along said rear line north 43 degrees 49 minutes west and parallel with said Bergen Street 42 feet to a point; thence running south 46 degrees 11 minutes west and at right angles with said Bergen Street 150 feet to the place of BEGINNING. BEING commonly known as 315 Ber-Ben Street, Plainfield, New Jersey. BEING the same premises conveyed to Morris Mills and Anna J. Mills, his wife, by deed of James J. Callahan and Kathleen A.
Callahan, his wife, dated December 11, 1961 and recorded December 15, 1961 in the Union County Register's Office In Book 2567 of Deeds for said County at Page 358. There is due approximately $14,386.35 with interest from December 1, 1964 and costs. The Sheriff reserves the right to ad-lourn this sale. RALPH ORISCELLO, Sheriff McDonough Sullivan, Attvs. DJ CN CX-222-02 Fees S59.52 Ml 4toaw SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY Docket No.
12971? In the matter of the application of FOSTER R. BOWLBY, et for the sale of real estate limited over to infants. persons not in being, and on contingency under the Last Will and Testament of GEORGE M. BOWLBY, deceased CIVIL ACTION ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 1 This matter being opened to the Court by Blatz and Feinng, Attorneys for the Plainfield Trust State National Bank Trustee under the Last Will and Testa ment of George M. Bowlby, deceased, (by Frank H.
Blatz, appearing), on motion for the entry of an Order that the sum of $2717.08 heretofore deposited with he Clerk of this Court, pursuant to the order of this Court dated July 1, 1941, together with any and all accumulated or accrued interest thereon, less any commissions due the State of New Jersey, "be paid to the Plainfield Trust State National Bank, Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of George M. Bowlby, deceased It is on this 18th day of December 1964, ORDERED that all persons who claim or may claim to have any right. title and Interest in and to the fund here inbefore referred to and deposited in this Court pursuant to its order dated July 1, 1941, show cause before this Court at the Hall of Records, Newark, New Jersey, on the 19th day of February, 1965, at 9:30 o'clock In the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, why an order should not be entered directing that the Clerk of this Court pay to the Plainfield Trust State National Bank, as Trustee under the Last Will and Testa-jnent of George M. Bowlby, the entire sum of S2717.08 so deposited and any interest that may have accrued thereon less any commission due the State of New Jersey. It is further ORDERED that a true copy of this Order be published in The Courier-News, a newspaper published in Plainfield, in the County of Union, New Jersey, four times in four consecutive weeks, once in each week, the last pub lication thereof shall be at least two days before the return day of this Order and that a true copy of this Order be mailed to each of the following named Interested parties at their respective addresses shown herein, by certified mail, return receipt requested, with postage prepaid, within 7 days from the date hereof, viz: Audrey L.
Henshaw, residing at No. 1360 Evergreen Avenue, Plain-field, New Jersey, Shirley Eoff Snyder, residing at No. 21 Yale Street, Maple-wood, New Jersey, and Alfred G. Bauer residing at No. 3745 Darlington Road, N.W.
Avondale, Canton 8, Ohio, and the Director of the Division of Taxation, Department of the Treasury, State "ft-enton. New Jersey. NELSON K. MINTZ j. s.
Fees $78.72 12-28 4toaw NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of NIC KOLAS LAGIOS, also known as NICHOLAS LAGIOS, Deceased Pursuant to the order of MARY C. KANANE, Surrogate of the County of Union, made on the twenty-third day of December, A.D., 1964, upon the application of the undersigned, as Executors of the estate of said deceased, notice is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirmation their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased within six months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber. STEVE N. LAGIOS and ALEXANDER N. LAGIOS Executor Alexis Gonis, Attys.
880 Bergen Jersey City, N.J. Fees $24.96 12-28 4toaw SHERIFF'S SALE Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Union County, Docket No. F-549-64 Colonial Savings and Loan Association of Roselle Park, N.J., a corporation of New Jersey, Plaintiff, vs. Walter L. Tiller and Ethel Tiller, his wife, et al.
Defendants CIVIL ACTION EXECUTION FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES. By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue. In the Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, Union County Court House Annex, in the City of Elizabeth, N.J., on Wednesday, the 20th day of January, A.D., 1965, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day. ALL that tract of parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in the City of Elizabeth, in the County of Union and State of New Jersey: BEGINNING at a point In the northeasterly side of Rebecca Place, distant along the same southeasterly 150 feet from the corner formed by the intersection of the said northeasterly side of Rebecca Place with the southeasterly side of Smith Street; thence (1) along the said northeasterly side of Rebecca Place, South 61 degrees 27 minutes East 25 feet; thence (2) North 28 degrees 33 minutes East, at right angles to the first course 125 feet; thence (3) North 61 degrees 27 minutes West, parallej with.jne first course 25 feet; and thencaj (4) SSuth 28 degrees 33 minutes West parallel with the second course 125 feet to the point or place of Beginning. BEING also known as 851 Rebecca Place, Elizabeth, New Jersey.
There is due approximately $10,079.59 with interest from November 16, 1964 and costs. The Sheriff reserves the right to ad-lourn this sale. Ralph Oriscello, Sheriff Stein, Stein 8. Hughes, Attys. DJ CN CX-220-02 Fees $48.00 12-28 4toaw SHERIFF'S SALE SuDerior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, County, Docket F-4190-63.
LILLIAN KRASNOW, Plaintiff, vs. BURT H. LAWS, -JR. and PEARL M. LAWS, his wife, MILDRED PETERSON, Widow, and JUNIUS T.
LANGSTON, Defendants. CIVIL ACTION EXECUTION FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES. By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed, I shall expose for sale by public vendue, in the Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, Union County Court House Annex, in the City of Elizabeth, N. oe Wednesday, the 27th day of January, A.D., 1965, at two o'clock In the afternoon of said day. ALL that certain tract or parcel of land and premises, hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in the Township of Scotch Plains, County of Union and State of New Jersey.
BEGINNING at a point on the northeasterly side line of Terrill Road, as now laid out and opened. In line of lands of now or formerly Shrerenbeck, thence (1) North 34 34' East along line of said Shrerenbeck 700 feet to a point; (2) North 47 25' West 100 feet; thence (3) South 34 34' West and parallel with the first course 700 feet to the said Northeasterly side of Terrill Road; thence (4) along said road. South 47 25' East 100 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING. Being the same premises conveyed to Mildred Peterson by Ernest S. Winter and Eva B.
Winter, his wife, by deed dated March 30, 1961, which was recorded in the Union County Register's Office on April 5, 1961 in Book 2529 of Deeds for said County on pages Being also known as No. 1251 Terrill Road, Scotch Plains, New Jersey. There is due approximately $5,910.38 with interest from November 19, 1964 and costs. The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale. RALPH ORISCELLO, Sheriff SACHAR.
SACHAR BERNSTEIN, Attvs. DJ CN CX-221-02 Fees $52.80 l-4-4toaw 24 FALSE ADVERTISING The Courier-News is proud of its record as a newspaper whose advertising col-omns are dependable and reserves the riqht to relect any advertisement be- ilieved to contain false or misleading statements. The publisher wishes to give notice thai: For the benefit of our readers, advertisers and the public we print below wording of the with reference to "False Advertising." The Crimes Act in the State of New Jersey specifically provides that any person who shall make, publish, dis- JJ1 "JKSIfJS: vi rvf ivn vii vim vci uccp 1 1 or misleading advertisement shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or imprisonment in the County Jail for a period not exceeding one year or both. NOTICE The Courier-News reserves the right to delete objec-' tionable words or phrases, or to reject any advertisement. ERRORS All ads are read beck to tke udvertiser.
for approval. The Courier-News is responsible for the FIRST day only for any errort that differ with the copy that was read back. Errors can be corrected before 4:30 p.m. for following day. Transient ads have a 3-line minimum.
WANT ADS AND CANCELLATIONS taken 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for the following day; Sat. until 1:30 p.m. ADS FOR LOST AND FOUND 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
for follow-ing day. Valuable items may be placed at Plain-field office until 8:30 a.m. for same day's publication. CARDS OF THANKS and IN MEMORIAMS taken until 9 a.m. and PAYABLE WHEN PLACED.
BRANCH OFFICES open 9 to 4 for ads and circulation. MAIN OFFICE 201 Church Plainfield PL 7-4000 BRANCH OFFICES News, Advertising, Circulatior 8 E. Main Somerville RA 5-6000 543 Middlesex Metuchen LI 0-5700 37 Olcott BernardsviDe 766-3373 4 Elm Westfield AD 2-4100 4 Bloomfleld Flemington 782-2300 ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost and Found LOST. Tapered hollow shaft, 2 to 3 ft long, 8" diameter, tapers to re sembles automobile drive shaft, weighs approx. us ids.
vie. Maple, Hamilton, Brook Aves. going Into So. Plainfield, HE 5-7800. Mr.
Fine. Reward. LOST Skis, 2 Sunday between So. Plainfield and Bergen Plaza. Call PL 5-3549 after 5.
LOST: Black French poodle vicinity Edge- wood Terrace, answers to "Tinker." collar and license, missing since Sun, Kewara. ka 5-004. LOST Watchung, male Siamese cat, no collar, no front claws, since Jan. 9. Reward.
PL 5-1898. LOST No. Plainfield, male tiger cat, tan collar with bell and lock, since Dec. 26, reward. PL 5-0509.
FOUND Cat, mostly white, yellow tail ano marKing on back. vie. Terr Rd. PL 4-7334. Personals THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY P.
O. Box 56 Bound Brook, N.J. Business and Professional Services 8 Income Tax Returns Prepared by HARRY F. MARTIN JR. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT TAX CON SULTANT.
5 Jackson next to N. Plainfield Post Office. PL 5-4333. INCOME TAXES PREPARED, individual corporation, partnerships. Phone for appointment.
PL 7-8966. So. Plainfield. 1965 FEDERAL INCOME TAX Forms Completed Partnership Corp. AD 3-2938 After 6 p.m.
TAX RETURNS AND ACCOUNTING Corporations, Partnerships and Individ' uals. Kemps Tax Accounting 464-0454 Business and Professional Services 8 INCOME TAX RETURNS ALL TYPES, single and lolnt returns, $3 up; small businesses, $10 up. Daily 9-9 RUDY GRILLO PL 5-6565 220 Front St. Opp. Strand Theater GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICES 'America's leading business management and tax service" for small business 464-2460 INCOME TAX returns prepared, all types.
Watchung Agency, 451 Park Scotch Plains. 9 to 9 daily. By app't, FA 2-5602. INCOME TAX REPORTS made out for you 753-4932 AUDIO SYSTEMS serviced by audio engi neer. Industrial or consumer.
Call PL 7-6208, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Transportation Wanted 10 RIDE wanted or will share driving to N.Y. Tues. eve's arriving 8 p.m., leav-Ing 10 p.m.
PL 6-4912. Instruction 14 U.S. CITIZENS 18 to 55 We train you for CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS PAYS to $100 per week and climbs to $130 with automatic raises; advancement; 5 weeks paid vacation a year; no layoffs and lifetime security; keep your present iob while training; grade school education usually sufficient. Call of write for free literature. KEY TRAINING SERVICE Dept.
PC 14 Prospect East Orange, N.J. OR 3-7666 or OR 3-7655 Easy School Budget Plain Available Local office of Key. Training Service, Miami Beach, Fla. Now Available Menlo Park CIVIL SERVICE CLASS Examination Prep no high school needed to start general abilities prep for clerical, post office, police, fire, technical careers Federal, City, County State no layoffs security automatic increases, training will not interfere with present iob FOR FREE NO OBLIGATION QUALIFYING APPOINTMENT CALL LI 9-6250 School of Business Machines Menlo Park. COMPUTER PROGRAMING Careers are now open; You may qualify it vou are TRAINED BY EXPERTS Call for appointment LI 9-6250 IBM TAB-KEY PUNCH TYPING School of Business Machines Menlo Park Shopping Center Full or Part-Time 19 to 28, our men average $3 per hour.
Openings In Colonia, Edison area. Fuller Brush Co. 442-5489. GRANT'S NEEDS A SALESMAN FOR ITS DEPT. GUARANTEED SALARY PLUS COMMISSION COMPANY BENEFITS GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE RETIREMENT BENEFITS APPLIANCE EXP.
NECESSARY WE WILL TRAIN APPLY IN PERSON W. T. GRANT CO. Somerset County Shopping Center Somerville PART TIME DELICATESSEN CLERK. Inquire in person, 375 Park Scotch Plains.
MAN FOR RECEIVING, stock room and driving of company truck for pick-up and delivery. Also, some plant clean-up. 40 hrs. per wk. plus occasional overtime.
Immediate employment. Apply In person, Nytronlcs, 550 Springfield Ave Berkeley Heights, N.J. ENGINEER, chemical or mechanical, experienced proiect engineer for large equipment systems for the process Industries. Design and specifying, also start up and technical service. Some travel.
Somerville office, Bowen Engineering, RA 5-3232. W. P. Harrower. START $150.
Experienced man for apt. all phases, including air condi tioning and heating, internal combustion engines. Married, healthy, not over 50. Send resume and recent pnoto to box W-112, Courier-News. SCHOOL BUS drivers, full or part time.
Call LI 8-7062 before 6 P.m. LATHE HAND Top rates for first class tool room lathe hand. New air conditioned plant. New equipment. Steady overtime.
Full benefits plus PROFIT SHARING PENSION CLAN ATLANTIC TOOL DIE CO. So. Plainfield 753-2111 AUDIO TECHNICIAN, salary commen surate with experience, permanent po sition. PL 6-0508 bet. 9-5 p.m.
ACTUAL JOBS NOW OPEN, U.S., Europe, So. Far East. Travel paid, write only Employment Info. Center, Room 656, 739 Boylston Boston. GENERAL BOOKKEEPER EXPERIENCED SALARY BASED ON EXPERIENCE EXCELLENT COMPANY BENEFITS Apply: Komline-Sanderson, Engr'g.
Corp. Holland Ave. Peapack, N.J. Or Call A. J.
Dietzel 234-1000 Ext. 9002 TURRET LATHE machinist, must be ex perienced setup and blueprint reading. permanent position, benefits, good salary. Apply Uniflow, 49 Meeker Ave Cranford, N. J.
PIPEFITTERS, electricians, tank fabricators, heliarc welders, arc welders. We are an equal opportunity employer. Apply 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. National Ultrasonic James Somerville.
Warehouseman REQUIRED EXPERIENCED Full employe benefits If you are: 1. A high school graduate or possess equivalency certificate. 2. Have had a minimum of 3 years warehousing or employ- ment experience. 3.
Willing to work afternoons or midnight shift. Applications may be secured from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Wakefern Food Shop-Rite Supermarkets 600 York Elizabeth, N.J. MACHINIST 1st Class Excellent opportunity for 1st Class Machinists to establish themselves with one of the country's fastest expanding manufacturers of products.
Steady, year round work. Good starting salary and liberal fringe benefit program. Must be willing to work rotating shifts. Interested applicants may apply by calling 523-3352. ETHICON, INC.
Route 22 Somerville, N.J. Equal Opportunity Employer Siding Applicator NEW ALUMINUM SIDING Manufacturer opening tn Middlesex Coun ty needs a good SIDING APPLICATOR to train for position of Shop Foreman. Men selected must be tree to come to Charleston, S.C., for a 2-week period to familiarize himself with our new method of cutting and applying and rolling mill operation. During this period all expenses will be paid, including travel. SALARY and APPLICATION BONUS to man selected.
If you are honest, dependable and know the business, this is OPPORTUNITY and SECURITY for you. Write today at Box W-171, Courier-News, giving 5 references, availability, telephone num-ber and qualifications. CAR WASHER, full time, part time, 30 men. North Plainfield Auto Laundry, 412 Somerset No. Plainfield.
SALESMAN WANTED full time. Apply in person. Buck Benny Sport Shop, 202 W. Front Plainfield. EXPERIENCED METAL MAN for body shop.
Good wages. Apply Ray's Auto Body, 83 Hamilton Somerville, or Call 722-4552. Machine Operators SURFACE GRINDER DRILL PRESS RADIAL DRILL Experienced only. Top wages and bene fits. D-M-E 1217 Central Hillside Count 5 average wcrds to a line (4 or 5 tetters is average.) WANT AD DEADLINE 4:30 P.M.
day before publication for new orders, cancellations or corrections. Cash rate Is lower, applies only when paid within discount period. Box numbers, $1.00 service charge. Additional charge for mailing box replies. Mail replies to Plainfield office.
When Insertions are not consecutive 1-day rate applies. Advertisers should check -their advertisements In first issue they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first insertion. DIRECTORY Moving and Trucking MOVING? Very reasonable I will move you and clean up after you've gone. Call PL 6-7220. Painting Paperbanging V.
A. CARNEVALE, painting, decorating. Interior, exterior, very reasonable, ref-erences. Days 968-0467; eve's, 752-2203. ANTHONY DiCECCO Painters, Decorators.
Reasonable rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. Insured. Neat work. PL 7-4781.
L. M. WINKLER, painting and apering, furniture refinishlng, insured. PL 5-6969. or after 6 p.m.
647-4241. T. BRUNO, painting and decorating, satisfaction guaranteed, expert, de-pendable service. PL 3-1601. If You'd Rather NOT Do-lt-Yourself, Call MARTIN SIGLER Painting Contractor for Free Estimate 766-3564.
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing LEONARD'S PLUMBING HEATING New work. lobbing, alterations. PL 4- 8612. Refrig'ors-Vacuums-Washers AUTHORIZED KIRBY DISTRIBUTOR SALES SERVICE Call PL 5-5330, LI 9-8313 A VACUUM REPAIRS. Hoover Electrolux G.E.
etc. Work Guaranteed, pick up and delivery. After 3 P. m. 755-2436.
Roofs, Leaders, Gutters, etc. ROOFING Siding Leaders Gutters! KesidenTial Industrial Commercial, rree estimates. Reasonable. H. R.
Vickers Roofing Inc. PL 6-5725. GUTTERS, leaders, cleaned, coated, repaired, replaced. Roofing, repairs, slate. Free estimates.
Dunellen, 968-2287. RE-ROOFING, Repairs, Gutter and Leader Work; Residential, Industrial. CONRAD JACOBSON CORP. Plalnfield's Oldest And Most Reliable Since 1906 Tel. PL 6-1064 or 6-1065 eve's EXPERT Repairs on roofs, slates, asphalt and in gutters and leaders, warm air furnaces.
No lob too small. Fred A. Hummel 506 Arlington PL 6-1400. Tiling CERAMIC TILING. Remodeling-repairs.
Free estimates. Fred Spad Jr PL 7- 7380. CERAMIC BATHROOMS, kitchen, 30 yrs. experience, f-ree estimate, worx guar anteed. Orlando Capilupi, PL 6-8525.
TV, Radios Record Changers SAVE-ON Electronics, 1325 E. Second Plainfield, N.J., PL 6-7220. Open 9 a.m.- p.m. Radio-TV repair service, expert service, modest rates, 16 yrs. experience.
Upholstering Slip Covers SLIPCOVERS, draperies, custom made by private individual. Reasonable. Fabric selection at your home. EL 6-3856. Waterproofing CELLARS guaranteed dry.
5-yr. euaran. tee. Low price Tsrms arranged. u- Grazio, PL 5-3595.
By Blake pev. Henrv Charlton Beck ion, to become a full-time lec- of New Jersey. He had be come editor of the American Church News in 1958. In the late 1940s he was di rector of field and publicity for the Diocese of New Jersey and editor of Church News, the official organ of the diocese. Worked in Camden Born in Philadelphia and educated at the University of Pennsylvania, the Rev.
Mr. Beck worked on the editorial staffs of the Camden Courier-Post and the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. He was American editor of Pathfind er magazine and once served as editor of the Rutgers Uni versity Press. His books about New Jersey were: "Forgotton Towns of Southern New Jersey," "More Forgotten Towns of Southern New Jersey," "New Jersey Midlands," "Jersey Genesis," "The Roads of Home," and "Tales and Towns of Northern New Jersey." He leaves his widow, Isa bel; a daughter, Mrs. Ann Phillips of Pennington, and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Christ Church, Bordentown. The burial will be in Harleigh Cemetery in Camden. Arrangements are by the Holcombe Funeral Home in Flemington. Famed Gather At Services For Jeanette Hollywood W) Famed generals, singers and actors and the more humble mem bers of the Jeanette Mac- Donald fan clubs gathered here today for the funeral of the movies' first great ro mantic woman singer.
A massive cross of white roses stood by her coffin, sent with a card signed sun ply, "Ike and Mamie," from former President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Fans Come from Afar Nearby were smaller bou quets from fans who had traveled from as far as Australia, England, Mexico and Canada to pay their last re spects. Final rites were to be con ducted at the Church of the Recessional at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in nearby Glendale." Miss MacDonald died in a Houston hospital Thursday where she had gone for treatment of a longtime cardiovascular ailment.
She was 57. Among the active pallbearers were former Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater, whose campaign for the presidency she supported. Others included Air Force Gen. Lauris Norstad, former commander of NATO; actor Leon Ames, former MGM musical director Robert Armbruster, composer Meredith Willson and actor Lloyd Nolan. Nolan, who starred with Miss MacDonald in "The Sun Comes Up" in 1948, will deliver the eulogy.
Dr. Gene Emmett Clark of the Institute of Religious Sci ence in Beverly Hills, will officiate. Honorary Pallbearers Actor Gene Raymond, Miss MacDonald's husband of 27 years, included among the honorary pallbearers notables and little known technicians who were friends of his wife's when she reigned as a top Hollywood star of the 1930's. Among the honorary pall bearers were former Presi dents Eisenhower and Harry S. Truman; Senator George Murphy, actors Lew Ayres, James Stewart, Dana Andrews, Spencer Tracy, Joe E.
Brown and Jack Oakie; pianist Jose Iturbi, singer Launtz Melchior, conductor Wilfred Pelletier; and her former co-stars Maurice Chevalier, Allan Jones and Nelson Eddy. Legal Notices Notice of Sale to Rudolfo Sempreviva and Louis Fusco, individually and ta Sunnyview Motors, and to whomever else this may concern: Please take notice that because of breach of Trust Receipts, undersigned will sell at public auction on January 22, 1965, at 10:30 A.M. at the premises of Sunnyview Motors, 290 Som erset Street, North Plainfield, New Jer sey: One 1960 Ford Falcon Station Wagon, Serial rOT22S10957V, One 1958 Chrysler Convertible, Serial LC33755', One 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon, Serial OE62W214237, One 1962 Rambler 4 Door Sedan, Serial SB482440, One 1960 Chevrolet Corvair 4 Door Sedan, Serial O0769W198167, One 1960 Ford Ranch wagon, serial OE6ZV 195744, One 1961 Ford Falcon 2 Door Sedan, Serial IT11S135866, One 1962 Ford Ranch Wagon, Serial -2E71V155960, One 1961 Mercury-Comet, 4 Door Sedan, Serial si HI 2580 1065, One 1961 Rambler American Wagon, Serial 6483087, One 1961 Ply mouth Valiant V-100-2 Door Sedan, Serial 1116158838, One 1959 Chevrolet Parkwood Wagon, Serial D59B 122821, One 1960 Ford Fairlane 4 Door Sedan, Serial OE32V 236052, One 1961 Dodge 2 Dr. Hardtop, Serial, 5316205747, One 1960 Ford Convertible, Serial OE55X111358, One 1960 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. Hardtop, Serial 607L 14630, One 1960 Ford Convertible, Serial SOE55X1 13728, One 1962 Buick Electra, Serial 8130 2973, One 1963 Chevrolet Convertible, Serial 31867G 104167, One 1963 Buick Convertible, Serial ir3J1504859, One 1963 Ford Falcon Convertible, Serial 43H15U124298, One 1963 Chevrolet Impala, 2 Dr.
Hardtop, Serial 31747TB3699, One 1963 Pontiac-Catalina 2-Dr. Hardtop, 1963 Pontiac-Catalina 2 Dr. Hardtop, Serial 363L18299, One 1963 Oldsmobile 88 4 Dr. Serial 632L1633l, one 1963 Buick Convertible, Serial 4J50Z342 THE PLAINFIELD TRUST STATE NATIONAL BANK Fees $12.48 1-18 IT NOTICE OF SALE TAKE NOTICE that on January 25, 1965, at 12:00 at Colonial Motors Route 22, North Branch, New Jersey the undersigned will sell at public auction. for cash, a 1963 Rambler 2DR SDN, Serial No.
G355288 and equipment, as is Said vehicle was retaken from Thomas L. Harsh for default under a security lien agreement assigned to Universal C.l.T. Credit Corp. The undersigned reserves the right to bid and purchase at said sale. Vehicle may be seen at the above address.
UNIVERSAL C.l.T. CREDIT CORP. By: Green and Lasky, Attorneys 17 Academy Newark, N.J. 07102 Fees $5.28 1-18 IT NOTICE OF SALE TAKE NOTICE that on January 25, 1965, at 11:30 at Andrew's Auto Sales Route an. Somerville.
New Jersey the undersigned will sell at public auction, for cash, a 1959 Rambler 4DR ST WGN, Serial No. D6 70135 and equipment, as Said vehicle was retaken trom louis a. Fucili for default under a security lien agreement assigned to Universal C.l.T. Credit Corp. The undersigned reserves the right to bid and purchase at said sale.
Vehicle may be seen at the above address. UNIVERSAL C.l.T. CREDIT CORP. By: Green and Lasky, Attorneys 17 Academy Newark, N.J. 07102 Fees $5.28 1-18 IT SHERIFF'S SALE Superior Court of Nat Jprspv.
Chancery Division, Union County, Docket No. F-177-64 John Han cock Mutual Life insurance company, a Massachusetts Corporation, Plaintiff vs. Garrison Nemet and Roslvn Nemet, his wife, et als. Defendants CIVIL ACTION EXECUTION FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution te rae directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue. In trie Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, Union County Court House Annex, in the City of Elizabeth, N.J., on Wednesday, the 10th day of February, A.D., 1965, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day.
i All the following tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in the Township of Scotch Plains in the County of Union and State of New Jersey: BEGINNING at a point in the southwesterly side line of Ashbrook Drive which distant 185.52 feet in a northwesterly direction along said side line from its Intersection with the northwesterly side line of Raritan Road; running thence from said beginning (1) South 49 degrees 16 minutes West a distance of 228.57 feet to a point; running thence (2) North 40 degrees 44 minutes West a distance of 175 feet to a point; running thence (3) North 49 degrees 16 minutes East a distance of 228.57 feet to a point in the southwesterly side line of Ashbrook Drive; running thence (4) South 40 degrees 44 minutes East binding on said de line a distance of 175 feet to the point and place of beginning. BEING Lot 5H in Block 317 on "Map of Ashbrook Estates," which map was filed the Union County Register's Office March 6, 1956 as Map No. 436-B. Said premises are known at 1564 Ashbrook Drive, Scotch Plains, New Jersey. There is due approximately $25,756.55 with interest from November 20, 1964, and costs.
The Sheriff reserves the right to ad-iourn this sale. RALPH ORISCELLO, Sheriff Boyd, Dodd, Keer Booth, Attys. DJ CN CX-223-02 Fees $53.76 1-18 4toaw NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the first and final account of the subscriber, Plainfield Trust State National Bank, Trustee of the Trust created in and by the terms of Agreement dated February 3, 1960 with ADDIE PARKER JACKSON, as Grantor (now deceased), -will be audited and stated by the Surrogate, and reported for settlement to the Union County Court Probate Division, on Wednesday, March 3rd next at 9:30 a.m. (EST). Plainfield Trust State National Bank, Trustee Dated: Jan.
15, 1965 Blatz and Feiring, Attys. 400 Park Plainfield, N.J. Fees $18.25 1-18 4toaw NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF KENNETH T. MAIR, Deceased Pursuant to the order of MARY C. KANANE, Surrogate of the County of Union, made on the fifteenth day of January, A.D., 1965, upon the application of the undersigned, as Executrix of the estate of said deceased, notice is hereby given to the creditors of said deceased to exhibit to the subscriber under oath or affirmation their claims and demands against the estate of said deceased within six months from the date of said order, or they will be forever barred from prosecuting or recovering the same against the subscriber.
GLADYS L. MAIR Executrix William P. Taub, Atty. 119 Watchung Plainfield, N.J. Fees $23.00 1-18 4toaw To Whom It May Concern: I will no longer be responsible for debts contracted by my husband Morshed Hish- meh.
MARGARET HISHMEH 249 Orange Plainfield, N. J. Dated Jan. 15, 1965 Fees $7.20 1-16 3T GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION requests BIDS from small business con cerns for ELECTRONIC BIRDPROOFING at the U. S.
Post Office, Plainfield, N. Project No. 00214-101 (Estimated cost less than Bidding material may be obtained from GSA Business Service Center, 19th Floor, 30 Church Street, New York, New York 10007. where sea ed ds will be received until 1:30 P.M. E.S.T., i-eDruary 1965, and then publicly opened.
Bidding material may also be obtained from the Custodian of the building where work Is to be dane. Fees $12.96 1-15, 18, 19 3T RONA PLASTICS NEEDS TOOLMAKERS ANI7 Pom'T LET Hiv6ET fL OVR-TiP COLD og logb his snoes HIM FOivTY'lNG JvhK yo'eyf King Features Syndicate, Inc, 1965. World rights reserved. for-maintaining and building injection molds. Must have tool room experience and be particularly good at hand grinding and finishing.
Steady work, overtime available. Apply Personnel Dept." Bet. 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 1000 S.
Second Plainfield 757-2500.
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