The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on May 14, 1952 · 25
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Wednesday, May 14, 1952
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THE DAILY HOME NEWS, NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1952. 25 OFFICERS FINISH A i i -' 1 LT. ROBERT J. DEWITT ; Robert J. De Witt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. DeWitt, Church lane, East Brunswick, has been commissioned a sec-end . lieutenant. Artillery, after completing 22 weeks of training: at the Antiaircraft Artillery Officer Candidate School at Fort Bliss, Texas. Lieutenant DeWitt entered the army in July 1948 and was assigned to the Officer Candi-. date School in November 1951. Following his graduation from the Officer Candidate School, Lieutenant DeWitt was assigned to the 773rd AAA Gun Bn., at Fort Hamilton, N. Y. He is home on leave at present and will report to Fort Hamilton May 26. . Col. James W. Higgins Jr., a graduate of Rutgers University and husband of the former Miss Margaret A. Schalau of Metuchen, has been named port transportation officer of the New York Port of Embarkation. In the army since 4942, Colonel Higgins served with the transport command, on Saipan in World War H. After returning to this country,' he was assigned to Alaska for two and one-half years. '. Colonel Higgins is a graduate of Roselle Park High School. He received a bachelor's degree from Rutgers. He and Mrs. . Higgins, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shalau of 32 Highland avenue, Metuchen, have been living in Washington, D. C. with their . daughter, Joyce. A son, James Wallace Higgins III, is an army corporal and is stationed in New Mexico. i S1C Jean S. Sobie of 8 Passaic street, Carteret, recently arrived In Japan to serve with the Women's Army Corps. ALADDIN'S LAMP t . 1. VEGA 19SS General Scalane Corv TM Werli RlrMi Referred 3 8 10 6 9 W C C H W 12 7 2 NDA lb 6 f 0 A N 5 1 11 S O A 4 9 12 N L E 11 3 8 THC 12 9 5 POD 11 6 8 HNI 10 7 3" EER 10 3 7" P AN 12 8 3 RUT 8 4 A I 1 7 O T 8 1 11 7 6 EN COY 2 4 10 9 3 T W N O S 9 1 12 2 8" W T R F L 2 8 11 6 9 O E I I D 7 1 10 4 2 E ALE 3 5 12 9 f E I R N I 11 2 6 T Y G Thi fMcina.tln eame will aive rou For tomorrow's message look below for the number after the data of jour birth this changes dally In accordance with the secret formula. Next, circle Uie letters In the chart under jour number Start at the top line read left to rithLv Mar. It te Air. 1 Jan. it te Jal. OT 4 .. 14 te Oct. ? Dee. 5 to Jaa.W IS Art. ft U May l IS Jal. 24 te Aat . 21 1 Of I. !4 te Nee. Ire Jan. te Fee. t kaj 11 te Jan. SI ,A. St te Sep. is llier. St M Dee. s S.Feb. 21 teMar.M CROSSWORD PUZZLE Common Couples HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 - and fall 2 Sour 3 Quality of being lukewarm 4 Engine I- and r cheese ' 4 - and female t Authoritative order 12 and snow 5 State 13 and : under 14 Therefore 15 Drink slowly 16 Holding fast 18 Revisers 20 Girl's name 21 Dung beetle 22 Ireland 24 Hindu coin 26 and tsarina 6 Eyeglass parts 7 Age 8 Pretend 9 Wash and 10 Malarial fever 11 Throw lightly 17 Ancient British stone piles 19 Tailless i amphibians 23 Demolished 27 Three (prefix) 30 Planting-" ' device 32 Trapped 84 Scuffle 35 Landed property 36 Possessive pronoun 17 and buried 89 Collars and 1 U U I i 15 j. I' I a" iiT" h 2 jy- 7 " " j- " - - ieaa.--e W " ST" "77. ST" W t.,., js IT-"" W " 7"T "" ',: :'' w mm M4 m HBMM ' 11 ; . $ - !T g 3 55 i 3 w 40 Finest 41 and boy 42 Donkeys 45 Eating place 49 and i valleys SI War god B2 Angered 03 Poet Burns , i was one 84 Household god 85 and Moms 86 Go by 7 Furtive ARMY COURSES v-."-" I ...31 ' j ! - w ' ' j LT. HERBERT LIBOUREL Second Lt. Herbert Libourel, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Libourel of R.D. 3, Franklin township, has completed a 15-week course designed to produce company grade officers well grounded in basic fundamentals and techniques of all infantry units, at Fort Benning, Ga. Lieutenant Libourel was born in New Brunswick, graduated from New Brunswick High School and Rutgers University in the class of 1950 where he was commissioned a second lieutenant. Before being called to active duty, Lieutenant Libourel taught at the Branch-burg Consolidated School. His wife and son live in Mount Holly. Sergeant Sobie, stationed at the Tokyo Quartermaster Depot is on her second assignment in Japan since joining the W.A.C. in De cember 1942. Sergeant Sobie previously served there from October 1946 to September 1949 Her overseas service also includes a tour of duty in France in 1944, She is the holder of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Medal, Korean Service Ribbon, American Theater Ribbon, Euro pean Theater Ribbon and the Good Conduct MedaL Radio Specialists Two Middlesex county soldiers Pvt. Francis J. Malanowski of 582 Main street, Sayreville, and Pfc. Stanley F Knast of 426 Mat- awan road, Laurence Harbor, have qualified as radio specialists with the 43rd infantry division in Germany. A They were among 140 of the division's men who completed a 12-week course. A radioman in the 103rd Field Artillery Battalion's, Battery B, 5 4 3 11 9 7 12 1 8 AA IW I 0 O GH 9 3 8 12 5 2 10 6 4 LSN NUGNPG 564 10 71 12 2 9 D P O T L D E 1 G 4 8 3 FWI 7 1 5 VXE 6 9 8" D E R 12 2 9 10 1 FFT IE 12 9 2 10 8 0A0 UL 11 4 ! 12 2' D EN W M 6 E "3 G "7 I 4 5 1 12 8 9 10 3 2. ATW 0TD LN N "9 6 7 10 4 5 11 8 1 I NA NT R ER E "4 8 3 12 9 1 10 7.5 HND Y G K SN P en Important astrological meeeeae daily. Answer to Previous Puzzle till!lt X H M A J3 HAE H: A V J N JE EATASATOMJC nt y ei 1 s t ' ' A T T E yVl PAla H i E E S AS!I . a p. i lot 3gATS" BK I eT1 9 A M E O S IS T na I S E T T L. fe R NBESTA86PUS W A J T E R 0 NJ 24 Italian city 25 Neuter (ab ) 26 Woody plants 40 Curves , 41 Sail supports 42 Among 43 Short-billed bird 44 Prosecuted 46 Seth's son (Bib.) 47 Spoken 48 Girl's name 27 Oils from whale fat 28 Network 29 Roman date ' 31 Oldest 33 Perfume 38 Region of ancient Greece 50 Viper Private Knast entered the army in March, 1951. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Knast, live at 540 Main street. South Amboy. He is' a 1947 graduate of the St. Mary's, High school in South Amboy. 1 Private Malanowski, a radioman in the 43rd Signal Company, en tered the army in March, 1951. He is a 1948 graduate of the St. Mary s High School m Perth Amboy. . Anthony J. Harvatt, seaman apirentice. U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Harvatt of 102 Edgar$ street, Carteret, has reported for. duty aboard the aircraft carrier Leyte. , Pvt. Clifford A. Pistolese of 5; Bishop place is undergoing basic ; training at Fort Dix. He is the! son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pistolese is a graduate of Rutgers University. , Airman 3c. Michael ' Silvano- vich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Silvanovich of 16 Prentice ave nue, South River, has been trans ferred from Sampson Air Force Base, N. Y., to Amarillo, Tex. , , Serving in Japan Cpl. Joseph V. Dowchis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Montague of Somerville, is serving with the 24th Infantry Division on Honshu, the principal Japanese . home island.- "Corporal Dowchis, who arrived in Korea in May, 1951, is the recipient of the Korean Service Ribbon and the Distinguished Unit Emblem. Entering the army in September, 1950, he was assigned to Fort Knox, Ky., for basic training. In civilian life he was a professional stock car driver and had formerly attended Somerville High School. Pvt. John Dimitrio, 41 Patton drive, East Brunswick township, is now serving with the 1st Infan try Division in southern Germany. Private Dimitrio is assigned to Battery B, 7th Field Artillery Battalion. He entered the Army last June and received basic training at Fort Dix. Marine Pfc. Raymond E. Kon-opka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Konopka of 5 MacArthur avenue, Sayreville, has returned to the . United States aboard the heavy cruiser, the Newport News. The Newport News, operating with the Sixth Fleet, has completed her third tour of duty in the Mediterranean. Pfc. Donald A. Galusha of 137 Harvard avenue, Metuchen. is serving as clerk in the adjutant general s section of the 2nd Logis tical Command Headquarters in Pusan, Korea. He entered the army in 1951, joined the Far East Command on March 12, 1942. . Moving Up Robert J. Semple, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Semple of 266 Seaman street, was recently pro- HOBBY CROWDS JOB OUT OF MAN'S LIFE ROCHESTER. N. Y. VP) Bill Burns' hobby took up so much of his time he ended up by auittine his advertising job. Now he has a trained-bird act he puts on in theaters and night clubs all over the country and on television. He has a troupe of IS African love birds who do such stunts .as mail letters, push baby carriages and cranK out a com plete washing. Of ' course, all props are bird-size miniatures. Mr. Burns says there's no substitute for patience in bird training. It takes almost a year to train a bird. , BASEBALL-UNITED COUPLE STILL FANS PLALNFIELD JP B as e b a 1 1 played Cupid for a couple 50 years ago and they are still fans today. Mr and Mrs. Frank P Dodge recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. They met at a baseball game in which Mr. uodge was a player for a local team. The couple often go to New York to watch the Yankees and Giants,,their favorites. "In all our 50 years together we have never been separated a day," says Mrs. Dodge. , Seven-Foot Message On Gas Restrictfons 1- 7 it NO FUELIN - S. C. Bassett, sn airlines operations manager at Seattle, Wash., develops double headache. Shortage of gasoline, due to the nationwide oil strike, gave him the first one. Seven feet of teletype message, carrying order from Petroleum Administration for Defense restricting use of gasoline, gave him the second opt. 1' -"V - ' A . i -1 Remembers Mother 1 I ..A CHARLES E. HARKTNS JR. Over in Weisbaden, . Germany, where he has been since December, Charles E. Hark ins Jr. is moving up the ladder. This week his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Has kins Sr. were notified that their 21-year-old son had been promoted to corporal. He is assigned to the air intelligence service. Harkins, a St. Peter's High School graduate in 1948, Joined the air force in April, 1951, and served at Sampson and Denver before heading overseas.- He attended Seton Hall College and at the time of his induction was employed at Johnson and Johnson. The Harkins family resides at 35 Guilden street. moted to the grade of airman, first class, in the air force. He is stationed at Brooks Field , in Texas. - Recently graduated from the Naval Machinist's Mate School at Great Lakes, 111., was Robert E. Kluska, machinist's mate fire- I 1 f Try one glass and you'll taste why.. "' . """ I'D." I l'l'.'.".l"J 1 " JlU'IfJIJ'TTI. UIIIJ IIUIll.:JWJMSJJLliJLUIUWIIUJUIISJJJMI HI WauLLUJU-IULl-J"JMULlUJI.JUl r Pennsylvania's Largest Breuerq C. SCHMIDT SONS. INC., fMUA., Promoted Overseas x1 s PFC. JOHN PAOLO Although many miles separate Pfc. John Paolo of 35 Division street from home, he remembered Mother's Day last Sunday by wiring flowers to his mother, Mrs. John Paolo, from France where he Is serving with an engineering post construction outfit. Born in this city. Private Paolo attended St. Peter's grammar school and entered the army a year ago.. He's been in France since October. man apprentice, son of Frank J. Kluska of 136 Whitehead avenue, South River. Kluska, who entered naval service September 10, 1951,, received recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. Serving aboard the aircraft car rier Antietam in the Far East is Peter V. Reid, aviation ordnance-man airman, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Reid of 39 Woodbridge avenue, Metuchen. Theodore Wnek, ME1C, son of mm Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wnek of 375 Washington road, Sayreville, is aboard the destroyer, escort O'Bannon which recently razed a Communist supply dump in Won-san, North Korea. Serving on the destroyer Bristol is Carl Swanson, fire control technician, of 199 Elmhurst avenue, Iselin. John E. Rodgers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rodgers of Vosseller avenue, Bound Brook, is undergoing boot training at Bainbridge, Md. He formerly worked for the Calco Division of the American Cyanamid Company. Now At Bainbridge The following men who enlisted in the navy at the New Brunswick substation also are in training at Bainbridge: Paul H. Kovatch of 57 Delavan street; Eugene J. Treiber, formerly of 74 Plum street and now of Laurence Harbor; Joseph C. Scor- Promptly Relieves Itching Eczema! Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic, promptly relieves itching, stops scratching and to helps heal rashes, eczema, athlete's foot, psoriasis, ringworm and similar surface skin and scalp irritations. 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Attached to Patrol Squadron 44, first fleet unit to fly the navy's newest seaplane, the twin-en- gined Martin Marlin, is Francis J. Krivas, personnel man seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Krives of 310 Chestnut avenue, Metuchen. - Forty ships of the Atlantic MIMtlllIIIIIMIll,tttmM,MtM,miMO,MM4,ll, j White Rabbifwas worried - I'm ever so hurried - I fear I am going to be late! So much shopping to do : I am quite in a stew I do hope I doi Relax! vtw iJzL f-Jt products or services j ' nfZZtk " iCoBamon at rare- 7 ' ,i KKW JERSEY BFILL TST.EPHONS COMPANY ................ . .i....... i.-i- rrbE t P H Beer should tlTWr anrl nit of the Atlantic Fleet Marines are undergoing an amphibious training exercise in the Caribbean. Participating In Exercise I aboard the landing ship, tank. No. 503, is Frank Mate, seaman apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mate of 17 Maple street. South River. Don't Suffer Another Minuls What ever your kin trouble may be. Head to foot. Safe for children. vvondera: Sold la New Bmnswlrk br Sun Bar, Wbelan. Jay's, ana Mandell Drnf; er year ewn drae-fist. II I A be! ; miss my "ate''rrAXI I soothed Alice NV ) i iiS I

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