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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 4

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Saturday, November 12, 1966
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mm 1 4 S 1 ' h: X Y TREE-3MEND0US LIVING In complete disregard of local zoning regulations governing multi-unit residences the Bee family has constructed a high-rise complex in a prime residential area of Green Brook. The three-foot hive shown above is in the garden of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mattox, 48 Green Brook Rd. (Courier-News Photo by Fred Keesing) Daily Weather Almanac Forecast - Low Temperaturt r ' ; - Tomorrows weather - Morning Highest Philadeia Vicinity. ..... 40s 50s Atlantic Gty 40s 50s New York City..... 40s. 50s Plainfleld Area Weather Facts Precipitation this month 1.23 inches, normal 1.55 inches Temperature this datej-1965 Max. 50 Min. 43 partly cloudy fair fair For latest Marine weather and forecasts U. S. Weather Bureau Ship-to-Shcre Short Wave Station KWO 35, 162.5 megacycles daily 5:30 a.m.-10:30 pan. continuous broadcast, c V Ocean Temperatures, 8 a-mtoday Coast Guard Station, Ambrose, Sandy Hook v.. 54 Coast Guard Station, Barnegat 55 ' Eish Tides at Sandy Book (Eastern Standard Time) a.m. p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13-:'Z.Uiii...i 7:54 8:18 -Monday, Nov. ,14 ,v....... 8:42 .,; 9:00 For high tides at Long Branch subtract 34 minutes, for Shark River subtract 13 minutes and for Manasquan Inlet subtract 12 minutes.,, , JERSEY SKIES TODAY Sunset today h 4:44p.m. Sunrise tomorrow : . . . 6:41 a.m. The moon is in conjunction with the sun (New Moon) today at 9:27 a.m. and a total eclipse of the sun is taking place -at this time that is visible, in. South America. Maximum eclipse will be over the Atlantic Ocean, about 500 miles east of Buenos Aires, Argentina.' Visible Satellites Echo I today at :34 P.M.. 65 above the northwest horizon- moving S.W. to N.t. Pageos today at 7:32 P.M., 59 above th northwest horizon, moving S.W. to N.E. Tomorrow at 5:25 A.M., 75 above th eastern horizon, moving N. .to S. Satellites may be seen s few minutes befora or after times quoted. Hunter Wounded By Shotgun Pellets FLEMINGTON In a hunting accident yesterday, Frank Eber-hardt, 37, of Colonia, was struck by pellets from the shotgun of another hunter m the Baptist-town area. He was brought to Hunterdon Medical Center by private car and was released following treatment. Trooper Thomas Davis, who investigated, said Eber-hardt was injured when another hunter, William Ding, 17, of 225 Park Ave., Berkeley Heights, shot at a rabbit, and some of the pellets struck Eberhardt. 2 Cars Collide, . One Strikes Pole WHITSHOUSE Cars driven bv Daniel T. DeCesare. 18, of Washington, N. J., and Leroy W. Behler, 44, of Staten Island, N. Y.. collided in eastbound Route 22 yesterday noon. No one was injured. After the collision, the DeCe sare car went off the road and struck a utility pole. DeCesare was issued a summons for care less driving. Cool Weather Is on the Way Cooler weather is moving in, but for the time being that doesn't spell an end to this year's lawn - mowing chores. Grass is still growing, says area weather observer Mrs. Vivian J. Scherer, and because of it mowers once cleaned off for the winter have been brought into use again . . . She said tonight will be cloudy and a little cooler with the temperature in the 40s. Tomorrow will be mostly fair and a little cooler than today with the temperature in the 50s. The high yesterday was 65 and the overnight low 49. Joseph San Giovanni MIDDLESEX The funeral of Joseph San Giovanni, 61, of 300 John St., were died Thursday in St. Peter's Hospital, New Brunswick, will be at 8 a.m. Monday from the Middlesex Funeral Home. A High Mass of Requiem will be offered at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Mount Virgin Church, and interment will be in Resurrection Cemetery, New Market Friends may call today and tomorrow, 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. A native of Newark, Mr. San Giovanni lived here the past 25 years. He was employed at American Cyanamid Company. Bridgewater, as an oiler for 29 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Bertha Ricciuto San Giovanni; two sons, Louis and Joseph of Calif orma; a daughter, Carol Ann, at home; four brothers, Angelo of North Branch, Ralph of Nutley, Frank of Newark, Anthony of California; and two sisters, Mrs. Rose Novaca of Nutley and Mrs. Mamie Valenza of Newark. Mrs. Mahlon Smith QUAKERTOWN Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Mae Smith, 88, widow of Mahlon Smith who died on Thursday in tne Garden Nursing Home. Phillipsburg, were scheduled for today in the Ford Funeral Home, Washington (N.J.). The Rev. Dr. Fred Hinett, pastor of Washington Methodist Church, officiated, and interment was in the cemetery adjoining the Cherryville Baptist Church near here. Mrs. Smith, a native and life long resident of this place, had been a patient at the home for six years. Survivors include a son Charles C. of Washington; three daughters, Mrs. Thomas Robinson of Whippany, Mrs. Joseph Bruce of Flowertown, Pa., and Mrs. Eleanor McDowell of Miami, Fla.; seven grandchil dren, eight great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-srandchil- dren. Mrs. Robert Magill FLEMINGTON -The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Magill, 97, of Flemington RD 1, who died Thursday (Nov. 10, 1966) in a Washington (N.J.) nursing home will be held tomorrow. The Rev. W. Lee Benson, pas tor of the Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church, near Rin- goes, will officiate at the 2 p.m. service in the Holcombe Funer al Home. Interment will be in Amwell Ridge Cemetery, Lara-sons Corner. Mrs. Magill is survived by several nephews and nieces, one with whom she lived, Mrs. Ed- son Coleman of RD 1. Mrs. Magill was the widow of Robert Magill who died 35 years ago. There will be ho calling hours at the funeral home. DEATHS BRYANT On Friday, Nov. 11, 1W6, Marie E. of 43 Abbev Lane. Green Brook, N.J., wife of the late George Bryant, mother of Mrs. James Stiles. Mrs. Fred Messier, Miss Christine and Miss Alice Bryant. Funeral services at the Sheenan Funeral Home, 233 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen, on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 11 a.m. Interment Lake Nelson Memorial Park. Piscataway. viewing Sunday J-?, Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 14 SchbolGridder's Condition Serious PITTSTOWN Rudolph Pap- enfuhs, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Papenfuhs of Pittstown RD, is" still in serious condition today in Hunterdon Medical Center, Remington. He received a back injury in football practice at the North Hunterdon Regional High School Wednesday afternoon. Injures Nose STOCKTON-Angus Hoey, 64, was treated for nose injuries and released yesterday from fHunterdon Medical Center, Flemington. He had fallen at 'home and was brought there by the local rescue squad. calling hours. Mrs. John Moment, Widow of Pastor Mrs. Clara Louise Cross Moment, 85, of 2 Crabapple Lane, died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) in ' tne Birchwood Convalescent Home in Edison after, a long illness. She was the widow of Dr. John J. Moment, pastor of the Crescent Avenue Presby terian Church for 30 years, who died in 1959. Mrs. Moment was Dorn in Philadelphia, Pa., and later lived in East Orange where she and the Rev. Mr. Moment were married in 1908. She was active for many years in the women's organizations of the Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church both during her husband's pas torship and afterwards when he was pastor emeritus. She was a member for many years of the Shakespeare Society here and was the club's guest of honor at its 75th anniversary observance in 1962. Mrs. Moment had joined the club in 1919. She also was a member of the Peach Twig of the Muhlenberg Hospital Women's Auxiliary. Surviving are a son, John Moment of 1236 Martine Ave.; two daughters, Mrs. Reade H. Ryan of Darien, Conn., and Mrs. Walter S. Douglas of 1796 Fern-wood Lane; seven grandchildren; one great grandchild, and a brother, Henry E. Cross of Providence, R. I. Another son, Navy Lieut. Robert Moment, died in a plane crash in 1945. Funeral services will take place at 2:30 p.m. Monday in the; Crescent Avenue Presby terian Church with the pastor, Dr. Charles L. Mead, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Cemetery. The A. M. Runyon and Son Funeral Home, which - is in charge of funeral arrangements, j has announced there will be no MOMENT On Friday, Nov. 11, 1966, ciara Louise cross, in ner Bth vear. Wife of the late John J. Moment, DD, residence 2 Crabapple Lane, Plainfield, n.j. Mother of John Moment, 1236 Mar- tine Ave., Plainfield, Mrs. Reade Ryan, uarien, conn., and Mrs. waiter s. Douglas, 1796 Fernwood Lane, Plainfield. Sister of Henry B. Cross, Providence, R.I. Also survived oy 7 grandchildren and 1 great- granacnna. Services at the Crescent Avenue Presby terian Church, Plainfield, on Monday, Nov. 14, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Hillside Cemetery. There will be no calling hours at the A.M. Runyon and Son Funeral Home, 900 Park Ave., Plainfleld. 12 VON SCHONDORF On Friday, Nov. 11, 1966, Vera S., wife of Edward Von Schondorf, of 800 Dunellen Ave., Dunel len, N.J. Mother of Mrs. Russell Wright, Mrs. Russell Relyea, Louis E., William H. and Edwin T. Von Schondorf. Funeral services at the1 Sheenan Fu neral Home, 233 Dunellen Ave., Dunellen, on wonaay, nov. m, at n a.m. Interment Lake Nelson Memorial Park, PiscdtdWfly Viewing Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 12 ZIELINSKI Catherine E., of 109 Magnolia Rd., Iselin, N.J., on Nov. 11, 1966. Wife of Stanley R., mother of Madeline, sister of John, Joseph, and James Cawley, Mrs. Raymond Dugan and Mrs. Harry Grimm. Services Tuesday Nov. 15, at 9 a.m. from the Runyon Mortuary, 568 Middlesex Ave., Metuchen. Requiem Mass 9:30 a.m. St. Cecelia's Church, Iselin. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Ledge-dale, Pa. Friends may call Sunday and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 14 William Eick, 72, Ex-Comiiiitteeman THREE BRIDGES William Eick, 72, former Raritan Township Committeeman, died today (Nov. 12, 1966) in Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington. He had been a patient less than a day. Born in Locktown, he was a lifelong resident of Hunterdon County and was a retired poul-tryman. He was a member, former elder and deacon of Three Bridges Reformed Church. He was treasurer of Three Bridges Cemetery and a member of the Raritan Township Planning Board, Darcy Lodge F&AM, Flemington, and the Flemington Kiwanis Club. He also was treasurer of the Raritan Township Democratic Club, a member of the Locktown Grange, and former clerk of the Flemington - Raritan Board of Education. He had served several terms as Raritan Township Democratic Committee man. His widow, Mrs. Mary Case Eick, died in 1958. Surviving are a son, Robert of Columbia Crossroads, Pa.; a daughter, Mrs. Orville Phillips of this place; two sisters, Mrs. Clinton Simpson of Somerville and Mrs. Richard Godell of Flemington, and eight grandchildren. Services will be on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Holcombe Fu neral Home, Flemington, with the Rev. Peter Boelhouwer, pastor of Three Bridges Re formed Church, officiating. In terment will be in Three Bridges Cemetery. The Darcy Lodge F&AM will conduct Masonic rites on Mon day at a p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hunterdon Medical Center fund drive. Fred Bertucci PISCATAWAY Fred Bertucci of 68 Stratton St. North, died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) at home. Mr. Bertucci, 77, was a native ofjtaly and had retired as a nurseryman from the former Wadley Nursery, Piscataway. He had been a resident of the area 41 years. His survivors are his widow, Rose; six sons, Frank of Somerset, Dominick of Bound Brook, Joseph of Middlebush, Bruce of Middlesex, John of South Plain-field and Ralph of Piscataway; five daughters, Mrs. Harold Clause of Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. Santo Fiorino of Highland Park, Mrs. Anthony Venditti of Middlesex, Mrs. Michael Venditti of Middlesex, and Mrs. Angelo Bu-trico of Middlesex; 18 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bruno Bertucci of New Brunswick and Frank of Bell, Calif. The funeral will be Monday at 9 a.m. from the Conroy Funeral Home, Bound Brook, and a Requiem High Mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. in St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church, here. Interment will be in Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway. Friends may call today and tomorrow 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. W.J. Buff Jr., Knighted in 1947 William J. Buff Jr., 57, a resi dent of Coral Gables for 10 years and formerly of Mon mouth County and Plainfield, died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) in Coral Gables. Born in New York, he was an alumnus of Lawrenceville and Hun Preparatory Schools. He was the American liaison for the U.S. with the Netherlands from 1929-1950 and was knighted by Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands into the Order of the Knights of the Oranje, Nas sau, in 1947. He was vice president of Bru- baker Tool Company, Harris burg, Pa,, assistant to the president of Hanson, Van Winkle and Munning Company of Matawan, Founder of the Bus Motor Company of Shrewsbury and an ex ecutive with Bertram Yacht Works, Miami. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Gisela Buff; two sons, William J. 3rd and Keith A., and a daughter, Mrs. John D. Pitts. Services will be held Tuesday at the John E. Day Funeral Home in Red Bank, at 11:30 a.m. and interment will be at the family plot at the Woodlawn Cemetery m the Bronx. Mrs. George Bryant GREEN BROOK-Mrs. Marie E. Bryant, 81, of 43 Abbey Lane, died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) in Muhlenberg Hospital, Plain- field, where she had been a pa tient since Oct. 28. She was the widow of George Bryant. Born in Phillips, Wis., Mrs. Bryant had lived here eight years. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. James Stiles of Warren, Mrs. Fred Messier of Mar tinsville, Miss Christine Bryant and Alice Bryant, both at home; tour grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Sheenan Funeral Home, Dunellen, with the Rev. Warren Hartway of the West End Chapel, North Plainfield, officiating. Interment will be in Lake Nelson Memorial Park, Piscataway. Friends may call at the fu neral home 7-9 p.m. tomorrow and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday. Henry Petersen FINDERNE Henry Petersen, 65, of 195 Finderne Ave., died today (Nov. 12, 1966) in the Som erset Hospital, Somerville, after an illness of several weeks. Fu neral arrangements are to be announced by the Bongiovi Fu neral Home, Raritan. THE COURIER-NEWS , Plainfield, N.J, Saturday, Nov. 1 2, 1 966 5 Mrs. E. Von Schondorf DUNELLEN Mrs. Vera S. Von Schondorf, 800 Dunellen Ave., died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) at her home. She was the wife of Edward Von Schondorf. Mrs. Von Schondorf was born in Hoboken and had lived here 34 years. She was a member of the Gold Star Mothers. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Louis E., William H. and Edwin T., all of here; two daughters, Mrs. Russeil Wright of Yonkers, N. Y. and Mrs. Russell Relyea of South Plainfield; 12 grandchil dren; eight great grandchildren; two brothers, Arthur Paine of Jersey City and Raymond Paine of St. Petersburg, Fla., and a sister, Mrs. Charles Luciano of Colts Neck. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Sheenan Funeral Home here. The Rev. George Kreugler of Holy Innocents Epis copal Church here will officiate. Interment, will be in Lake Nel son Memorial4 Park, Piscata way. Friends may call at the funer al home 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. tomorrow. Mrs. Stanley Zielinski ISELIN Mrs. Catherine E. Zielinski of 109 Magnolia Rd. died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) at her residence after a long ill ness. Born in Ledgedale, Pa., she had resided in the area for 17 years and formerly was propri etor of the Kathy Beauty Shop, Metuchen. She was a communi cant of St. Cecelia's R.C. Church. Surviving are her husband, Stanley R. Zielinski; a daugh ter Miss Madeline Zielinski, at home; three brothers, James and John Cawley of Ledgedale, Pa., and Joseph Cawley of Brooklyn, and two sisters, Mrs. Raymond Dugan of Brooklyn and Mrs. Harry Grimm of Perk-asie, Pa. The funeral will be on Tues day at 9 a.m. from the Runyon Mortuary, Metuchen, followed by a Requiem Mass at 9:30 a.m. m St. Cecelia's Church. Inter ment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Ledgedale, Pa. Friends may call at the funer al home tomorrow and Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Emily E. Watt SOMERVILLE Mrs. Emily E. Watt, 97, of 82 W. Cliff St., died yesterday (Nov. 11, 1966) at her residence. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Speer Funeral Home. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my dearly beloved mother Ernestine Scott, who passed away Nov. 13, 1964. I miss you now, my heart is sore. As time goes by, I "miss you more; Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your empty place. Daughter Ella and family 12 In loving memory of Oliver C Smith, who passed away 1 year ago today. Your gentle face and patient smile with sadness we recall. You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by all. 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