The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on December 30, 1958 · 2
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2 THE DAILY HOME NEWS. New Brunswick, N.J TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. 19.r8 ' Son Follo ws Path His Dad Trod By Becoming an Eagle Scout METUCIIEX James B. O'Brien ;hcld last night at the rresbytcrian of 5843 Park Ave. Was made an Social Center by Boy Scout Troop Eagle Scout, the highest award in! 14 and Explorer Post 14. scouting, at a joint court of honor In becoming an Eagle. O'Brien ' i was following the example of his l father, who was one of the first .Christian Science I breaks the grip of matter t Many people have been .healed of apparently hopeless i troubles and diseases through prayer in Christian Science. They have found a better way of life. They have gained, or regained, peace and confidence. How anyone can lcam to pray understandingly, eec XJvey, is fully explained in (the first chapter of Science land Health with Key to the ! Scriptures by Mary Baker jEddy.'Such prayer is the I spiritual understanding of Cod and of man in Hi 'image and iikencss,' as the teiXeinct and Health may be 9fd or bonomti at any Christian uSeitnct Readme Room. Send ;I tjor a toft postpaid. Christian Science Reading Room 172 CeHsgs AvsnTJ3 (Oppotit Rutgers Library) NEW BRUNSWICK KI. 5-2310 Optn Tuesday, Thursday ; and Saturday 1-4 P. M. Wednesday 7-7:45 P. M. Eacle Scouts in Metuchen. According to custom, the American Legion presents all Eagle Scouts with a good citizenship certificate. O'Brien received his from his great-uncle, Theodore Braiin, past commander of Fugle-Hum-mer Post 65, which sponsors both uie ii vup aiiu uic i'iai. ) The court of honor was held durins: the Christmas vacation soi is a stucent at Maanton quinary Academy, Staunton, Va. The ceremony was conducted by Explorer Advisor Bernhard Mich-i elson. Chauncey Pomeroy, chair man of the northern district Middlesex Bov Scout Council, was chairman of the court of honor. The invocation was given by E-plorer Scout Robert Poandl. Second class awards, presented by assistant Scoutmaster Frank Rob inson, went to Stephen Chamberlain, William Tryon and William Lord. Frst class awards, presented by Scoutmaster John Chamberlain, went to Robert Beam, Lee Behrensj and Raymond Choban. j Assistant Cubmaster E. L. John-! son of Cub Pack 70 presented den: chief cords to Scouts Drew Postoir PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP A and Joel Schlesinser. ! fifth candidate for one of the three Star -Scout ceremonies were con-: seats on the Board of Education ducted by Scoutmaster James developed last night when Joseph Johnson. Awards went to Jona-jReichard of Sidney Rd., Randolph- i - i xx. -'u Hv l I -Ivyx1 School Board Wins Fight For Better Bond Rating OPEN HEARTS, POCKETBOOKS Ethicon employes in Bridgewater present $1,000 check as part of unique holiday donation to Maurice Dorsen, administrator of Middlesex Rehabilitation and Polio Hospital. Instead of exchanging holiday greeting cards, employes donated money thus saved to fund. Additional $300 was donated to Walter Matheny School, Peapack. Committee includes (left to right) Chairman Vincent Cavanaugh, Robert Smith, Rae Starkey, Judy Leondar, Elsie Simon, Charles Artandi, Rita Bidak, Albert Novak and Ruth Boring. FIFTH ASPIRANT FILES FOR BOARD Old Bridge Firemen Elect Officers than Mundy, Drew Poston, Brian Schaffhausen and David Zuts. ville, filed a petition. Reichard was an unsuccessful BOROUGH OF HIGIiLAKD PARK RESIDENTS PLEASE ROTE There will be no collection of garbage on New Years Day, January 1. Garbage will be collected on both the South and North sides on Friday, January 2nd. . DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS The Life Scout ceremony was; candidate for the board in 1956. conducted by Asociate Explorer Two board members, A. W. Elli-Advisor Louis Fow. Awards wentott and Dougles R. Haines, had to Explorer Scout Robert Dolan 'previously announced their candi-and Scout John Shimrak. . jdacies. The other two candidates are George Kuehn and Charles The only rockwool manufactur- Burns. . . j ! rri j ii r . i. -i - ing plant in tne soutnwest is ine aeaanne ior nung peuuons lemple, Tex. ;by candidates with board secre tary William R. Walsh Jr. is Friday at 4 p.m. The election will be Feb. 10 when the three three-year terms will be filled. Haines was appointed to the board last August to fill one of the two existing vacancies caused by resignation of C. Russell Phelps and-Fred Harris. The board did not fill the other vacancy. Terms of Phelps, Harris and Elliott expire. NO LICENSE, PAYS $35 FINE PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP unlicensed driver was fined 'and i costs last night in PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP -Ef orts of the Board of Education o obtain a better financial rating "or the township before selling jonds to finish paying for the high school have paid off. Board Secretary William R. Walsh learned yesterday that Moody's Investors -Service publish ed a BAA rating for the township yesterday. The rating, Walsh said, will re sult in the $1,830,000. bond issue, for which bids will be received Jan. 13, being sold at least 1 per cent lower interest rate, than was anticipated for the BA rating the township has held. Walsh estimated a: saving of i. from $50,000 to $100,000 in interest rates for the township over a 20- year period. The higher rating, he said, will also result in lower interest rates when the Sewerage Authority sells bonds. The school board left no stones unturned in trying to have the rating improved before selling its bond issue, . Board President Elliot, Bartner, Financial Chairman Douglas R. Haines and. Walsh made three trips to New York to confer with officials of the investors service. They went armed with a comprehensive brochure prepared by Walsh's office, under direction of the board's finance committee. The attractive brochure, which included ?very pertinent detail of the township, was printed on m- An;structional equipment in the Pis- $35:cataway Township High School, Muni- The composition and typography was done by Mrs. Jean Petrushe- vich, Walsh's secretary. The brochure not only contains a complete financial picture of the township, but it described the Brotherhood Week Chairman Named s METUCHEN Mayor Joseph L. Costa last night named Vincent Shay of 73 Rector St. as chairman of Brotherhood Week in the bor- iough, Feb. 15-22. physical characteristics as well as The action was taken at a brief projecting the industrial and resi-jmeeting of the Borough Council dential growth. jlast night in Borough Hall. Those Pictures and maps were used attending included three council- to illustrate the story the board; men and the mayor. succeeded in getting across to the financial experts. Board members learned last night at a budget conference that the higher rating had been published. ' ' Referred to the Public Works Department was a letter from the Rev. John J. Foley of St. Francis" Church asking that the borough clear sidewalks at all Metuchen churches after snowfalls. NEW BRUNSWICK TRAVEL AGENTS in observance of the holiday weekend, the following travel agencies will be CLOSED FRI. & SAT. Peter Biro & Sons 98 French Street Citizens Travel Bureau 124 Church Street Jennie Jelin Travel Agency 54 Paterson Street i Kosa Agency 18 French Street RE-OPENING MON. Jan. 5th SPEEDER PAYS, ONE YEAR LATE SOUTH BRUNSWICK James EAST BRUNSWICK The Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Co. com pleted electing officers for 1959 last night at the firehouse. rrea nacKenoacK was re-eieaea cipal Court and Magistrate Robert president and Vernon Appleby Jr. jL. Kuritsky will recommend that was eiCLieu ciuei, succeeuiug ay- hfl h rpfuspd a ririvpr's nprmit ron Burlew, who served (or two for g0 ays years- I The driver is Knmarnw Wlidimir Other administrative officers of 32i MrDmvpll sr Plainer!. elected are: Vice president. George Frank Szilorics of 217 Talmage Wood; treasurer, Arthur Newman; Ave ( Bound Brook( was fined $40 secretary, Frank Sowa; financial and $5 costs for speeding. j, . eon jorKOWSKl 01 POSSUM M., fFTTTrHjrVThrictma: un flip tors. Donald Treat, Edward Van!New Market charged with beinL . pHLN-C hni stm a s was "le ka dio nA va Maret' cnargea witn oeing theme of fl held last nignt YULE THEME FOR CUB PACK of her son from Arsdale, John Poulsen and Fred.a disorderly person, was fined $25. aiorrow. Tne magistrate suspended sen- Appleyby's line officers consist tence for Mrs. Georse Samuels of t Ty t : x 1. 1 0 01: rirsi assistant cniei, cernara.pari Ave., New Brunswick High Martin; second assistant, Francis ;iandS( wj,o was charged with il uavaia; engineer, noy unison; assistant engineer, Harry Cohan. Fire police will be: East Bruns wick, Fred Koenig and George Huber; Sayreville, Adolph Golla and Frank Sowa, and Madison Township, Russell Bedle and Van and paid $10 court costs. Arsaaie by Cub Pack 16 at St. Columbia Hall, St. Francis' School. Carols, the display of Christmas crafts, and a skit by. Den 7 entitled "The . Almost Christmas Tree" highlighted the meeting. Grange to Sponsor Spelling Contest EAST BRUNSWICK-Area sixth. seventh and eighth graders are Reed who did speed and failed to invited to participate in a spelling heed his summons, appeared in Municipal Court last night exactly oe year late and paid for his deed. Reed, of Rahway, was scheduled legal absence , . , . Gifts were also distributed by Mrs. Hazeltine Taylor of 92 "Santa Claus " Brookside Rd., North Stelton, with- "New members welcomed by the drew an assault and battery com-pack were Larry Shine. Richard plaint against her husband, Charles lRnnriira Wflltpr Kumwskv. Donald Killeen and Robert Mish. STOLEN ITEMS VALUED AT $1,230 The following awards were made: Donald Majercik and Ernest Foley, wolf badges; Alexander Kroch, Timothy Homalin, Edgar Sawyer, bear badges; Thomas Ku- EDISON Several valuables, rowsky, lion book; Kevin Carey, including his wife s $950 mink stole,: lion badge J more people I aTERIlS fc I and... P more jdras V .1 ,. lfcABTER bee to be held Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m. by East Brunswick Grange 151 in the grange hall. Stanley Ripish Sr. of 11 Garfield Ave., Old Bridge, chairman of the TOBM TOMORROW ...the NEXT DAY ... and EVERYDAY linn 1M 31 :! 1.U7 JJ 4 1959 CALENDAR icuiiii m liiTt 1 1 IT It It 2011 ;U U 2JIT IM I .IJ.il null ilea its till' lie liliilu 14; IS I. ITlU 2. 21 22:23 24 25 2 27 2 2:31 I I I'll' IK? TT -m S 7 ! I0!ltj 12 11 I4:1S H17II; 1 20 II 22 23 24 25 ,2 17 21 2 301 1 I I I I I I I at m t j r 1 a a IHi'lUM'llI ,1 cm jinr 4 4 toiiiiH lU7Hil 2i2 2! iffl Ht iwTtii i a 4 s I t 1. 111213 lf'lllTil4il2ej 23 23 24 .Ut, 271 "30. I I J I I .! T jilt m ; 7) sj i. it 12 13 14 15 14 17 1. 1. 2. 2122 23 24,21 124 27,21 2 Mill) 1 I I I I i.tiiiT m TTm 1 1 wi 1 ti I 1 I I I I I ' II a a 4 t ilO 11 12 1114 1. 17 li l. 20 21'22 21 24 224 27,2 21 (Tom mt Ti" II 2 il 7 (I til. 11 13 14 1514 17 1.1 221 22 23 24 21 2. 2712121 10 31 Bovi.tii m U i tan 2 4 10 11 12 13 14 H 1 17 11 1 20 21 22 21 24,21,2c 27,21 21 30, 1 7! ii IljrTtTT II 21 11 4 1 TI 11 10 11 12 13 14 13 1C17 11 1 2021 22 23 24 21 241 27 2 21 3. 3 "il You'll find M want ads ivcrk wendsrs for yu One thing nobody dees: Nobody looks at the calendar to' see whether today is a good day to shop in the classified section for what they need and want . . . what they've already decided to buy. Bargain hunters are looking for buys, readers ere searching for housing accommodations, for pets, automobiles, employes and special services. It's going on every day; thousands of shoppers reading and responding to the cids in this great market place. If YOU have something you want to sell or rent, tell red-hot prospects about it now with an inexpensive, fast-acting want ad. YOUR CLASSIFIED AD IN The Home News Reaches 40,CC0 Families KILMER LI8ERTY ELICIT riOhi: 5.:3 8-1023 G-1010 to appear in court Dec. 29, 1957, Jo bee; said ast n'ight that partici. were taken from the home of Ber nard Daverin of Oak Grove Lane, Saturday. Daverin, assistant to the president of the Hess Oil Co. in Perth Amboy, told Detective George Miller and Patrolmen Victor Schuster Gold Arrows went to Timothy Tomalin, Keith Kinyon, Mark Liebhart, Donald Majercik and Ernest Foley. ' Silver arrows were awarded to John Randall, Christopher Wich- mann, Mark Liebhart, John Insa- and Ralph Wuest the total value ofjbella, Alexander Koch, Timothy j n v v. i r- ' m r n a nr ennon nrr kii m T h, r Pn ,fl 1 ul , lpants ao not nave 10 Dc items taken was 230- Tomalin. Edgar Sawyer. Robert brlllhfil lrnt bers of the grange- Te mink stole was a Christmas Bondira, Donald Wilson and How- brought m on a warrant last night Tne tw0 girls tw0 boys with u sajd Qther items d K ' He was fined $10 and So costs of th hiphpsr srnrps win hp Pii?ih,P f.n ' , cfQ mto anr vu j .!,-.. .,,) fu rr.j;- .L...A a - a itaivcii nut a oiuuc niai ivn iivvn rtlCAttllUCl 1U1.11 dliu niuuuujf court on the speeding charge and tn rnmnptP with other winners nfLo t nn , -mk, .-..-j a - 1 ffliuvu H iffciv, ou a v i IVlUllldlld 1CVC1VCU UC1111C1 was given an additional $10 fine on a contempt of court charge. Thomas Linington, of 174 Willow Av., South River, was found not guilty of a charge of having no directional lights on his car because his car, a 1951 model, is older than the law which is not retroactive. Unregistered Harry Maynard Lewis, 187 Baldwin St., New Brunswick, was fined $1 and $5 costs on an unregistered vehicle charge and an additional $1 and $5 for having a delinquent certificate of inspection. Charlie Williams, of Cranbury Xeck Rd., Cranbury, was fined $5 and $5 costs on a charge of having no driver's license in possession, and R. Bolognere, Trenton, was 'Brunswick Rescue Squad will have subordinate granges in Middlesex County, under jurisdiction of Middlesex-Somerset Pomona TJrange 13. The competition will be Jan. 17 in the New Market grange hall and the winners will qualify to compete with other winners throughout the state. The statewide contest will be held Jan. 28 at the War Memorial Building, Trenton, during Agricul ture Week. Additional information may be obtained from Ripish. Squad to Have Same Top Leaders EAST BRUNSWICK The East portable radio. Robert Murphy, Edgar Sawyer and Police found no signs of a forced Howard Kashner received assist-entry. But the rear door was open J ant denner stripes, while the Daverins were away be- Next pack meeting will be Jan. tween 4:30 and 9:10, p.m., police 26 at 7:30 p.m. said. Police Continue Check of Burglary EDISON Detective Capt. Wil- Stolen Automobile Found by Police EDISON Police recovered a stolen automobile and are investi-jliam Pinter said an investigation gating the theft of a car radio is being continued into the burglary from another vehicle early yesterday. The stolen car is owned by John ...than in any ether association in New Jersey! CARTERET SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Earn A 1 ? 3 4 fo per annum lot.it rat Paid from Date of Deposit Compounded 4 Times o Year Insured up to $10,000 for Each Saver Save in person or by mail. We pay the postage on mail transactions. Parking-facilities at all offices. Coupon below will bring you full information. Carteret CARTERET HOME MORTGAGE LOANS A trained staff helps you ' arrange terms to suit your needs and your budget. You repay in small monthly installments with interest charged on the unpaid balance only. Let Carteret help YOU become a debt free home owner-as it has so many other New Jersey families! Stop in at any of- fice. Consultation is free and entirely without obligation. Or, use the cou-! pon below to secure full details by. mail. : SAVINGS at the Rantan River Sand Co. on Christmas Day. One or more thieves got away R. Mullen of 22 Stelton St. and; with live cases ot wnisKy ana u was taken from the driveway of! bottles of after-shave lotion and men s cologne valued at Detween I i and Lean Asscciation- 6 Offices in Essex County: N3 Choose the Office You Prefer NEWARK: DOWNTOWN - 866 Broad Street ROSEVILLE - 487 Orange Street COMMUTER - Penn R.R. Station CITYLINE -712 Springfield Ave. EAST ORANGE: 606 Central Ave. SOUTH ORANGE: 19 South Orange Ave. Please send me full information, without charge or obligation, regarding: Carteret Savings Accounts Carteret Home Mortgage Loans NAME fined $3 and $3 for speeding 53 miles an hour on Route 27. Clarence Losey, of Ridge Rd., Monmouth Junction, was fined $15 and $5 costs and his license revoked 30 days for doing 79 miles an hour on Route 27. Township police made the charges against Losey and Bolognere, and state police filed the other charges. Five Drivers Pay Fines in Court EAST BRUNSWICK -Five drivers were fined $10 and $5 costs each for violations last night by Magistrate Walter R. Grote in Municipal Court. Two. William E. Baab of 234; the same two top officers in 1959 that are serving this year. Fred Rackenback will continue as president and Joseph Stanik as ciptain. Other officers will be: Vice president. George Clusman; secretary, Robert Redford; treasurer, Russell Rogan; financial secretary, Thomas DeStefano; sergeant at arms, William Lubinacci; assistant captain, Redford; first lieutenant, Frank Sicknick; second lieutenant, Clusman. Norbert Duschock will serve as his home. Patrolmen Bernard Goc-kel and Julius Deri found it abandoned in Suydam Ave. The radio was taken from a car owned by Leo Bogenski .of 686 Ho-mann Ave., Perth Amboy. He had parked the vehicle in the Linwood Grove parking lot off Route 27. Oneg Shabbat Set For Edison JCC EDISO.V The Edison JCC Congregation Beth El, Jefferson Boulevard, will have an One? Shab- trusiee ior one year ana uebteiano,bat service Friday at 8:15 p.m. at ior i wo years. tne Center. anH A V f Rnl 1R VwlRaym0nd Vail Brunswick, were fined on delinquent inspection charges. Mario Zoldan of 109 Taft Ave., Highland Park, was fined for careless driving, Kenneth Borwegen of 96 Baldwin St., New Brunswick, for passing on the shoulder of the highway, and John Antonol of 30 Delegates to the 14th District of the state First Aid Council will be Stanik, P.J. Scaramozzino and Lubinacci. Alternates will be Dus- chock, Richard Van Deursen and PTA to Sponsor Candidate Nights FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP Four PTA-sponsored candidates meetings are scheduled at which per- Rabbi Z. Harry Gutstein, will deliver a sermonette. Sponsors of the Oneg Shabbat service are Mr. and Mrs. Baer Kraut, 56 Stoney Rd., in honor of their anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Meyers, 25 Kenlen Dr., in honor of the birth of a daughter, Leslie Jaye. The regular Sabbath service will commence at 9 a.m. Saturday. NOT NEEDED PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP The U Wgreen Ae., roras, IOr iail-!cne ,i.; t xj!Vu Market VnlnntPPr FirP Cn ... . , , . ijviij ov.vviiik vittiiuu iuv uuai - . - :r,g to yield the right of way. inf F,lira,in ni ho im-itprf t was sent to North RandolohvUle speak. Rd. yesterday at 5:30 p.m. but the The candidates will be 2iven; firemen found they were not ST. JAMES SERVICE EDISON St. James Episcopal time to give statements and ner- Church. Piscatawaytown, will ob- sons attending will be permitted serve the Feast of the Circum-jto question them, cision on Thursday, New Year's; The following meetings are plan-Day, with Holy Eucharist at 7:43 ned: Elizabeth Avenue School on a.m. and Family Eucharist at' Jan. 14, sponsored by-the Eliza-! 9:30 a.m. ibeth. Middlebush and East Mill stone PTAsg Pine Grove Manor needed. Actually, Elmer Frace was burning an abandoned trailer and a neighbor saw the flames and called police for the fire company. MEETING POSTPONED METUCHEN The regular meet- achool on Jan. 20, sponsored by' ins of the Ladies Auxiliary of HOT 'SUPPER' LOL'ISVILLE, Ky. (AP Police -the Pine Grove Manor and HamiI-;Fugle Hummer Post 65 American said three teen-agers admitted ton PTAs; Franklin Park School.jLegion has been postponed from breaking into a church and stealing on Jan. 26, sponsored by the Frank-! Jan. 1 to Jan. 15 at 8 p. m. ac-a reproduction of Leonardo da Vin-jlm Park and Phillips PTAs, and cording to an announcement made cis "The Last Supper." The boysiKingston School on Feb. 3, spon- tcday. Members have been re-said they couldn't find anyone to!sored by the Kingston PTA. jquested to pay 1958 dues on or buy it I All programs will begin at 8 p.m.jbefore this meeting date. $400 and $500. Entry to the company office was made through a rear door. (rLBASg PRINT) ADDRESS I I The tale of the ipirji arlequin Ham by GULDEN'S, a spice shelf in itself! HARLEQUIN HAM Remo baked ham from oven 45 minutes before done; remove rind, icore fat in diamond-ihape pattern. Spread with c. Gulden's blended with 1 c. currant jelly, 2 tbsp. brown sugar. Bake 45 minutes longer lo the pink of perfection! No sad songs for this robust ham! He's dressed for feasting in a "domino" of rich glaze, sparked, with Gulden's secret flavor medley of choice mustard and subtle spices. Only Gulden's seasons ham so perfectly I i

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