The Morning Post from Camden, New Jersey on April 9, 1940 · 7
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The Morning Post from Camden, New Jersey · 7

Camden, New Jersey
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Tuesday, April 9, 1940
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COURIER-POST, CAMDEN, N. J TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1940. Seven FLARES AGAI Recent Bride SHI r E E IHDElfA Rulers Refuse to Accept Col lector's Wife; Insist on Own Appointee Delaware township's feud over the Dost of assistant to lax CoL lector William B. Kimble flared anew last night at a meeting of the townsltip committee. The committee refused to accept a written "oath of office submit ted by Mrs. Helen R. Kimble, wife of the collector, who was refused reappointment as deputy collector when the committee reorganized January 1. - Subsequently the committee named Mrs. Francella Thomas as chief finance clerk in KimblV office. She has been staging a two- week sit-in with no work, due to Kimble's refusal to accept her as appointee. " s ..... Mrs. Kimble's "oath of office' was among a group of communica tions submitted to the committee. After reading of the commumca tions, Charles E. Martin, committee chairman; declared for filing of all except the one from Mrs. Kimble. Will Return Oath "The communication in question from Mrs. Kimble, who is not attached to the township as an em ploye, i(ill be returned," Martin said. Since January I Mrs. Kimble has continued working m ner nus- band's office, but has received no pay. Martin declared Kimble has no authority to appoint his assistant without committee approval. At the meeting a resolution was Dresented by Sylvan J. utt, di rector of public safety, directing Kimble to have Mrs. Thomas prepare a list of tax delinquents as required in Chapter 54,' Section of the Revised Statutes. Kimble objected to the resolution as a move by the committee to force him to assign Mrs. Thomas to an official post. . Refuses to Obey "This law has never been en forced," Kimble - said after the meeting. "I spoke to the township auditor and asked why it had to be prepared for this year's audit. The township committee does nothing with the list when it gets it, and no other township collector does it, il am not going to order Mrs. Thomas to do this, work unless I am forced to, and I do not accept the township committee order that I do it. There has been no money provided in the budget to pay her." The township committee stipulated Mrs. Thomas was to receive a salary of $1040 a year. Announcement was made of a county-sponsored WPA project for clearing stream beds and storm sewers in the township to begin April 17 which, will give employment to between 200 and 300 men for a period of one yeaiv It was stated most of (he men assigned will 1 be residents of Delaware township. Nk 'jriUw-t : Today in South Jersey Weat Jersey Presbyterial Society, Haddon-fteld Presbyterian Church. 10 a. m. Camden Rotary Club. Walt Whitman. 12.16 p. m. Camden Exchange Club. Walt Whitman, 12.15 p. m. Haridnn Portnir htly Fashion Show, clubhouse. HaddonHeld. 1 p. m. Camden County Board of Elections, Court Houee, 4 p. m. South Jersey oCal Dealers. Walt Whitman, 6.15 p. m. Camden County Boy Scouts, Walt Whitman. 6.30 p. m. - Camden County December " Grand Jury, Jfenney's, 6.30 p. m, Haddon Township Committee, Township Hall, g p. m. Audubon Council. Borourh Hail, S p. m. Collinsswood Presbyterian Church, annual meeting. 8 p. m. , Women's Missionary Society of Colunia- wood Bible Presbyterian CbUKch. S p. ni. Women s Republican Club, First Ward, Gloucester, meetinr, 203 Bergen street. 8 p. m. Second Ward Women's Republican Club, Gloucester, meeting-. Third and Market streets. 8 p. m. Star of Promise Lodee. No. 14. Shepherdi nt Bethlehem. Gloucester, mock weddinr. " Prickett's Hall, Burlington and Ridgway streeTS. up. m. . Gloucester Board of Education, meeting, Hirh School. S n. m. Women's Auxiliary. . Amber-Terrace Fire Company No. 2. hall. Pine Hill. 8 p. m. Women's Auxiliary. Ashland Fire Company No. 2, hall. 8 p. hi. . ' Junior Girls' Guild: First Presbyterian Church. Ashland. 8 p. m. Juniors Girls' Guild. First Presbyterian Church. Ashland. 8 p. m. Session, First Presbyterian Church, Ash land, 8 P. m, ... Ashland -N'o. 1 Fir Company, hall. JiLjk ; t F it - :',: MRS. WALTER HARDIN Who btfor her recent . marriage wm Mist Violet - Loth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lush, of this city, and Is now at home at 2&18 Jack-ion street. '- Scouts. S.30, St. Pnul'i Presbyterian Church. Laurel florin rs. Executive board, Soinrdal Parent-Teacher Ass n. school. 8 p. in. Stratford Board ol Health,-echOol, 7.30 D. ID. Stratford Borourh Council, school, t v. to. Tansboro Lodre Xo. 17, Ladies' I. O. U hall. Blum Anchor road, a o. m. Younff People's Bible Class, Watson town m. P. Church. 8 n. m. Watsontown Pa rent -Teacher Au'd, school. C ementon. 8 d. m. Women's Civlo Club, West Berlin. 8 p. m.. at home Mr. William t ratio, wooflivnne. Women's Auxiliary, Independence VoL Fire ConiD&ny. west Berlin. 8 d. m.- Berlin Township Tounr Men's Democratic Club, headquarters, west Berlin. 8 p. m. Winelow Township Democratic Club, hall. Rrridock 8 d. m. Lady Boosters' Club, New Jersey Artisans' Association. p, m. Fine Hill Townsend Club, No. 1 fire hall, 8..3A o. m. Westville Borourh Council, borourh hall, S D.' TO. Gloucester Country Real Estate Board, annual banquet, Woodbury Country Club, (4.341 d. in. J Woodbury Rotary Club, Woodbury Country; (JUKI. 12. la p. m. Woodbury Police A. A.. Sutton Bulidfnr, ; 8. mi p. m. - Clnlfit Church Auxiliary, Woodbury, 444 ('omr street. 11 l. m. Gloucester County foremen's Asa'ii Auxil iary, JJiiiinr sport Metnoaist vmircn, v D. IP. Mantua P. T. A. executive board, school, 1.30 p. m. Mantua Methodist Church Foreign Mission ary society, i p. m. Manning ton, Granre, semi-monthly meet- in r. cranae hall. 8 P. m. Swedesboro, Borourh Council, semi-monthly meenns. do roue n nau, a p. m. Swedesboro, Parent-Teacher Ass'n executive board, special meeting, fframm&r school, 3..f0 n. m. - - Elmer, Borourh Council, semi-monthly meetinr. borourh hall. 8 . m. Carneys Point, Home and School As'n of pennerrove and carneys roint, monthly meet inc. T. M. C. A. autditorium. 8 n. m. Fannsrrove, Walker-Dyer Post, American Legion, Auxiliary, monthly meetlnr, home of Mrs. Halsey W. Miller, ft p. m. Salem, Woman's Christian Temperance union, semi-monthly meetlnr, 2ttl ast Broadway. 7.30 p. m. BURNETT DESCRIBED AS GREATLY IMPROVED Charleston, S. C April 8 (UP). D. Frederick Burnett, New Jer sey Alcohol Control Commissioner, ill with asthma and bronchitis, was described ' as "greatly improved" today and able to sit up in bed. tfurnett became 111 two weeks ago while aboard dhe liner Seminole en route to Florida. He was taken off the vessel when it docked here and placed in a hospital. Bishop Eustace Compliments Workers at Victory Don-ner in Paulsboro Paulsboro, April 8. Bishop Bartholomew J. Eustace, of the Camden diocese, was the principal speaker tonight at a "victory din-. ner neld by more than 150 par ishioners ' of St. John's Catholic Church to celebrate the raising of $11,721 in pledges and cash for con struction of a new church. The committee of parishioners set out to raise JoOOO lor a building lund and later decided to increase it to $10,000. - - Bishop Eustace complimented parishioners on their success, which he said will permit construction of a church seating buu persons. J. he Camden diocese. Bishop Eustace said, had more converts to the faith last year than any other diocese in the united states. Rev. J. J. Cavanaugh, pastor, thanked contributors to the fund. Another who offered congratula tions was Charles Camp Cotton. Woodbury attorney and Gloucester county Democratic leader, who rep resented the Woodbury Hebrew Congregation. Mayor Neil Dempsey, chairman of the financial campaign commit- tee, presided and introduced Frank D. Taylor, who was toastmaster, Taylor is a member of the Paulsboro Board of Education. Other speakers included Rev. C, C Ridell, assistant pastor; Rev. William J. Sweeney, of Gibbsboro, and Rev. James Foley, of Salem. The committe received 500 pledges, of which $3641 was con tributed in cash, .rather cavanaugh said work on the new church will be started shortly. "Italy cannot be called a neutral state, for neutraity is static and immobile. Italian polic Is dynamic and always, has been so since the creation of her empire that is, from the time of sanctions and the Ethiopian war." Alessandro Pa- volini, Italian minister for popular culture. At Home J i - ' - . : ; -v' I: ? . i t i $m:wa -s'V MBS. FRANKLIN B. WAL'GH Who before ber marriage U the son of Christopher Wavugh, of 257 South Third street, Gloucester, was His Ella McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald, of tt$ Middlesex street, Gloucester, and now is at home at the South Third street address. - FEELGOOD Har la Aauztof Rsrr of CoadrUwis Dn to SkiKssk ! If Toiiiii an laatrna ace alike, just try this a4l siaMa auatssav o mild, tborougo. refresbing, hmformting. De- pcndalNC rsucf froas mck Maoacnes, oummb vchb. tired feeling woest mnm isii 11 wtui mwiiaraa. UHXl... fK.I, let a 25c bom of NR from your niUlOUT KiSKdrunist. Make the teat thea if not delltbted, retiira the baz to us. We will refund the purchase price. That's '' MH r NP Tablets toriav. tff k 1 Important 2s a Balanced Budget Havtj you ever had your insurance protection audited? It's as important to have a Balanced Property Insurance Program as a balanced budget (Jf This specialist office with many years experi- . ence underwriting every type of hazard insurance offers its service, without obligation, to help you make an insurance checkup. This specialist office has earned the approba- , tion of its clients for capably placed insurance. 1 ESTABLISHED 1SW D. A. HENDERSON & CO Riutttl B. Keen. Robert E. Barmer INSURA1TCB ' ADVISERS SPECIALISTS BROKERS ADJUSTERS 305 Market Street, Camden, New Jeney p. m. of P, Manituskln Council, No. 116, D, Comanche Hatl. Atco. 8 p. m. Atco Volunteer Kire tXnupany. hall rp. m. ' Atco I' Aesociation, school, 2 p. III. '21 Club.' Dorcas Robekah Lodire. No. I. O. O. F., Comanche Hall. Atco. 8 n. in. V aterford Township Firemen's Relief As sociation, nau. Atco. B p. m. WoniPit i MiflHiooary Society. First Presby. fprifLn (,hurnh. Karlln. a. IS D. m. : Men's Brotherhood. Lutheran Church of tha Holv Communion. Berlin. 8 . m. Berlin Chapter. No. 223. O. E. B. hall, nrhn f) n. m fnmilcn Snhiirhun TTntt No. 49. N. J. Licensed Bverare - Association, head- Winalow Townshp Firemen's Helief Asso ciation, Cedar Brook Mrs nan, a p. m, Clementon Parent-Teacher . Association, fithr Hnildinr. S n. m. Mens Democratic Club,: headquarters, Clementon. 8 p. nt. Bov Socut Troop Ne. C4. Community Hall, TToait Berlin 7 5fl n m. Lindenwold No, 2 Fire Company, hall. Garden Lake, p. m. Gibbsboro Board of Education, school, I p. m. Hi-N'ellft Lea rue Republican Club, Somer dale Republican headquartera, 8 p. m. Kirk wood Parent - Teacher Association, Laurel Sprinrs Fire Department, Municipal Bulldlns:. 8 p. m. ; Laurel Sprinns Post. No. 259. American Women's Home Missionary Sorfety. First Baptist Church. Laurel Sprfncs, 8 p. m. jawnatde tire company, nan, o p. m Lindenwold No. 1 Parent-Teacher Associa 'Louderi Volunteer Fire Company, hall. V aterrora otwnnip. b p. m. Lindenwold No. 3 Fire Company, ball, . T.iwfittnn 8 n. m. Macnolla Troop No. 115v Boy Scouts, lira hull. 7.30 D. m. Magnolia- Borourh Council, fire hall. 8 n. m. ftpfvortli League. Memorial Methodist Church. Piii Hill. 8 D. m. Mothei-s' Auxiliary. Pine Hill Boy Scout Troon ?vo. Hi', hail. 2 n. m. GipI Scout Troop No. 4. First Presbyterian Church, Someraai. a d. m. Tnunr People's Union, First Baptist (Jhurcn. omrda , 8 n. m. Boy Scout Troop No. 83, 7,30 p, m,: Sea CONSTIPATED! G:s Crowds Heart. For fears I had oecasioHal onitipsoa. vim n 1 inn happen whesi you art eonitipated. FlKtiT: headaohea and pains in the back. A nas, pit, anTthin 1 want and better. "Mri. Mabel BchotL Two thini ttnf saemed to crowd mj atari. Adivnaa tys helped rirht away. Now I eat aauace. I want and Barer felt Accumulated waste rwell up bowala and prees om nerres in the digestive tract, SECOND: Partly digested food starts to decay forming1 GAS, often bringing on tour stomach, indigestion, and heartburn, bloating you up until you sometimes gaip for breath. 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You will find, for instance, that monthly payments of $9.75 each will repay a $100 loan in full in twelve months. Or, if you wish smaller payments, as little as $8.08 a month for fifteen months will also repaya$1001oan. .., AMOUNT YOU PAY MCK EACH MONTH . . nduaUng Alt Chan. LOAN ) i YOU 2 4 10 M If . Grr sMMfe awtfif aBMii mlh mntkt mmlit htm i-m Itm bsn k ks J 2t J10.38 5.32 $ 3 63 t 2.79 $ 229 1-95 25 12.97 6.65 4.54 3.49 2.86 2.44 30 15.56 7.97 5.45 4.18 3.43 2.92 mljr 40 20.75 10.63 7.26 5.58 4.57 3.90 "Ua'i 50 25.94 13.29 9.08 6.97 5.71 4.87 J M 31.13 15.95 10.89 8.37 6.86 5.85 $ 4.85 I 70 36.32 18.61 12.71 9.76 8.00 6.82 5.65 B 75 38.91 19.94 13.62 10.46 8.57 7.31 6.06 80 41.51 21.27 14.52 11.16 9.14 7.80 6.46 I 90 46.69 23.92 16.34 12.55 10.28 8.77 7.27 100 61.88 26.58. 18.15 13.95 11.43 9.75 8.08 8 125 64.79 33.20 22.67 17.41 14.26 12.16 10.07 I 150 77.70 39.79 27.16 20.85 17.08 14.56 12.05 I 175 90.61 46.38 31.65 24.29 19.88 16.95 14.02 200 103.51 52.97 36.13 27.72 22.68 19.33 15.98 225 116.39 59.54 40.60 31.14 25.48 21.70 17.94 250 129.26 66.11 45.08 34.57 28.27 24.08 19.89 275 142.14 72.69 49.55 37.99 31.06 26.45 21.84 300 155.02 I 79.26 54.02 41.41 1 33.85 28.82 23.80 WE GUARANTEE the total amount figured by usini this table to oe in iuu amount you will pay, when payments are made on schedule. You will pay less i if you pay your loan ahead of time since you pay charges only for the actual time you have the money. Payments include aharirea at Household's rate of 2V per month on balance, of S10O or less and 2 per month on that part of th. .3lC ' balance in excess of $ 1 00, This rate is less than the maiimum prescribed by the Small Loan Law on loans oi more man aiuu. 1IIIHH, PSItlSSRf When you borrow at Household Finance, you pay charges only for the actual time you have the money. The sooner you repay, the less your loan costs. Four monthly installments of $26.58 each, or a total of only $106.32, for instance, will repay -a $100 loan in full. (Payments shown in the table include all charges. You pay nothing more.) One rate to everyone Household charges only one rate the same to everyone, whether new customer or former borrower. All you do to borrow All you do to get a Household Finance loan is to acquaint us with your problem. We require no salary or wage assignment, no stocks or bonds. (Loans are made on furniture, car or note.) No questions regarding your credit are asked of friends or relatives and you don't have to ask friends or fellow-workers to sign the loan papers with you. You get the money you need in a simple private transaction. ' Fair treatment Household shows every consideration to the borrower faced with sickness or unemployment while paying on a loan. Last year Household foreclosed on only one chattel mortgage for each 10,000 loans an action taken then only as protection against fraud. Find the loan you need in the first column Of the table and read across. See how you can repay your loan with a small part of your pay check. Then phone or visit us. You will be under no obligation to borrow. rnwsal Lsm $20 t $300 HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION ... TWO CAMDCM OFFICES West Jersey Trust Bldg., 8th FL, 130 N. Broadway, Lie. Ne. 642, C. R. 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