1 VOLUME 47. No 2, Friday, Aug*-.6, 9 7 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT ON MORGAN ROAD PROVES FATAL TO NEW YORK MAN Side-car Passenger Receives Fractured Skull When Motor- " cycle Turns Over Several Times, Finally Crashing Into Concrete Gasoline Puirtp Foundations At Stilo's Garage GOVERNOR MOORE TO SPEAK AT ROTARY CLUB Price Four Cents. In an apparent effort to avoid hitting a Ford truck that was turning around in fro-rat o! Stilo's Garage on the,<morgan Road about two o'clock Wiekinesday afternoon, one man was killed when a motorcycle with a side tar turned over sevieral times after striking the dirt road and the driver losing control of the* machine. The dead Milan was John Boyle, twenty-five years of age, of 535 Second avenue, New York City, who was a (passenger in the side car of the machine. The driver, Daniel Schneb- going in the direction of Morgan at the time of the accident. The Ford truck was driven by Mr. G-eorge Mortenson of Main street, this city. In a statement to Office- Frieschknecht of the' Sayreville '. lice, Mortenson stated that he jid driven down the road as far as rfi 'lo's garage and there waited until about three cars had passed before starting to turn. He then started to turn and noticed the motorcycle coming'. The 'brakes ware then applied and murlu in the road disclosed that he was imbout halfway across the road be, twenty-six wars old, of 86 Bcl-whemwit avenue* Brooklyn, is confined kiieoht obtained a statement'from the he stopped. Officer P'riesch- to the local hospital suffering from motorcycle driver at the hospital in ortcussionaand a lacerated scalp. He which (the driver claimed thut he. had will necover. thought he could piss the U'iie machine in turning over Anally landed against the heavy concrete turning car but had tost control of the 'Machine in doing so. There were foundation supporting the gasoline two witnesses to the accident, o Mr. tanks at Stilo's G«trag.&. It is here Miller, of Laurence Harbor, who was that the man is supposed to have restanding in Ifront of Stilo's, and Mrs., oeived tha fnacture cl skull which Mollto Miller, of Newark, who was caused his deuth at the local hospital driving a car going south on the road alhout la hour after the accident. It and only a short distance away at is said that he never regained con- the? throe of the accident.. seriousness. His head was badly icrushed by the impact. The 'machine was to New York The dead man's body was removed icity. WOMAN'S CLUB SOONBUSY AGAIN To Resume Meetings Sept. 5th 2nd Thursday Instead of st. The first meeting oif the Fall seasoi of the Womian's Club of South Aimiboy will be held at the City Hall «m Thursday afternoon, September 5th at 3:3 P. M. Members should ~ke note that the meeting falls on ; second Thursday instead of the u'jfst, as the President Mrs. Howard Iiittall) deelmed it advisable not to hold the meeting so close to Labor Ray as many of tine members might be away and unable to attend. A representative! of L. Bamberger & Co. of Newark will be present aaid apeak.on "Interior Decorating." This subject will ba of interest to all members, and a large attendance is leoked Ifor. The day will also be observed as President's Tea Day, and presidents otf neighboring clubs have been asiked,to attend. _ COMES HOME FOR CELEBRATION Local Girl Drives From Florida for Old Home Day. Miss Anna Mundy, otf Coral Gables, Fla., is spending a vacation with her father, Mr. F. W. Mundy and relatives hero. Miss Mundy motored here from Florida, expecting to be present at the Old Homo Week celebration, but was disappointed upon learning that there would be no celebration ifchis year. Miss Mundy in her trip to this city covered a distance of 2,3 -Jilos. She visited St. Petersburg,.; Vwldosen, Atlanta, Fort Oifol- \ and Lookout Mountain, -all in fia; Ohntanoogn, Twin.; London, levclnml an<l BarbeM., Ohio;, N. Y., then crossing the gs Bridge into Canada; Fort nadu; and Albany, N. Y., iio took the.night boat to New olty. She is now visiting relnin Fall River and Brockton, iss. While In Bart>erbon, Ohio, is8 Mundy visited Mr.nnd Mrs. Wm. tills, former South Amboyans. SMALL BLAZE day :ii'tei'iu>on at Bnnks' Pawn. Members of the.society nnd their families ;. Grouse burntag in a frying pan on ft gits stove called out the fire divpart- are.invited to attend. John Spina is nwnt 'last night, the alarm being geiiurtnl chairman of the outinr, he - Sounded from Box 27 shortly after buinj? assisted by F.erd'Tedc'seo, Steve nin o'clock. The amiall Mazo was at Chuilli, Leo Cwdico, Angel Quatrocchi and Dominic Sorrentino. Mb* borne «f Mir. innd Mrs. Bryant on Church street, who lhad left their Games of all kinds will be played homo and had forgotten to turn off and there will be" a number of athletic events. An Italian game of base- WIG'flame on o, gas stove. ball for the imen mid woman will bo, ANNUAL T OUTING Thiij annual outing of the Polish- Aimieriican Cltiizons Society of tihe Sacred Heart church will be held on Sund«y afternoon. Prank Stocked, ott FoVbH3 street, is chairman of this year's ewmt. The regular number of games, races, etc., will be carried out. Tiho iclam bake will be served around tdiree o'clock. NOTICE.Vincent DiMiceli, formerly the of the Modern Bnrber Shop of Amboy, Is now working in the can Bnrber Shop, 288 Mndiaon Perth Amboy, N. J. An un-(oladies beauty pnrlor in located o rear of tliin shop with privato, Marcelling, Finger Waving,! curinir done by export Indy bonu-j ccialut. Tel. 64 or 254. Work with or without nppointmonts. < DiMiceli would welcome a call - inny South Amboy friends. 'ing now wait. Dor- I'orth Amboy 3SO, KNIGHTS PLAN COLUMBUS DAY Celebration Here With Entertainment and Dance. South Amboy Council, Knights of Columbus, will again celebrate C'olumlbus Day in this city. On October 2th the Council will present «short minstrel show to ibe followed with a revue o'f so.me of the most talented little misses and boys osf this city. Immediately following the presentation of the entertainment, dancing will be enjoyed until a late hour. An orchestra of six pieces will be used throughout the entertainment and will jsurnish music Sox dancing at the close of the< evening;. The admission this' year will be nominal. The Council feels that in making the charge at a low figure the demand will be great enough to have the entertainment on two evenings. The advance sale of tickets will determine whether or not it be advisable to have two shows. LOCAL NOWJMSSOLVED Sullivan & Wilhelm Separate After 7 Years Partners. By mutual consent of the owners, the firm of Sullivan and Wilhelm, Inc. has be.cn dissolved, and each of the two owners will continue in the plumbing and heating business under their own names. The. firm has been in 'business for the past seven years, and has made quite a reputation in this city and vicinity. Mr. Sullivan will continue in business at the old address, 5 South Stevens avenue and Mr. Wilhelm will «l>en a shop at 228 First street, on the first door of Welsh's Hall. PLAN TO OBSERVE TH ANNIVERSARY Italo-American Citizens to Hold Out- Ing Sunday. In celebration of its tenth anniversary, the Italo-American Citizens Society will hold an outing this Sun- Governor A. Harry Moore is to be the guest and speaker at the meeting of the South Aimltoy liotary Club to b«held next Tuesday. Memlbers of neighboring Eotary Clubs ar* invited to visit the South Aimlboy Club on this occasion and greet the State Executive. Congressman Harold G. Hoffman, who is chairman of the Program Committee of the local club, has received the following letter tfrom Governor Moore: "Sea Girt, N. J. Aug. 3, 927. "Dear Congressman: "I delayed replying to your letter Fire Companies to be Out Next Tuesday Evening. Fire Chief Leonard has given permission to the various fire companies of tihe city to participate in the local firemen's parade planned for next Tuesday evening. The parade is a.part of the advertising campaign of the Progressive Fire Company in connection with the carnival to.ba run off 'by that comipany beginning tomorrow night. AH at the fire aipparatus of the city is expected to be on hand ready for a short run through a few of the principal streets of the city. Chief Leonard also announces.(that during the carnival the Progressive Company will be required to answer alarms only in its own section.of the city. Other machines will be called on to respond to the alarms ordinarily allotted to the Progressives. BUS SERVICE EVENTUALLY To tho Editor, So. Amboy Citizen: The residents of Roses Corner feel that it will only be a short time when they will ihave bus service and that it will not deriva (from being annexed to South Amoby as suggested In last Friday's issue of the South Amboy Citizen. Annexation is not to be considered when we already have, the best water available, fire, and police protection when necessary, and many other advantages not mantioned, such as gas, electric, telephone, street lights, and merchant deliveries..roses CORNER RESIDENT. FIRE CO. SPlI MEETING A ypecial meeting of the Independence Engine? & Hose Company will be held tonight at 7:3 in the. Broadway headquarters by order of the president. because! I was anxious to grant your request. "On the 23rd of August I am entertaining the Crippled Kiddies of Jersey City here at the Little White House, and I have, been trying to clear the 3th of August of appointments, and find that it will be possible for me to speak (for your club on that date. "With regards, I am, Very truly yours, A. HARRY MOORE, Governor." "Hon. Harold G. Hoffman, " ORDER SCHOOL TO STAGE PARADE VENTILATORS Scliopl Board Finds School Nearly Ready for Fall. CATCHES LIVE The. Board of Education at a meetang Wednesday night awarded a eontract to C. Timmins, of Broadway, for installing seven ventilators complete on School No.. The contract iprice was $35 and the Timmins bid was the only on«. submitted in r.e» sponse to an advertisement inviting figures. The Board was advised in a letter ifrorni Oscar Mundy of the. existence olf four leaks in one school building that were doing considerable damage to plaster, walls, etc. His estimate on.cost of repairs was $3 and the Board acted.to authorize the writer, who was already doing some other work at the school, to proceed with the.necessary repair work on the leaky conditions. The building and grounds dommittee was authorised on motion of Mrs. Chase, to advertise for bids for a lighting system for tihe George- st. school. There are no lights in the building at all now, it seems, while there are often o'caasions whan additional lighting i'asicilities are needed Ṫhe Board in investigating the insurance carried on the schools found that only $5 was on furniture. It was estimated that the school furniture cost from ten to twelve thousand dollars. Present replacement costs would.probably exceed that figure to a great extent. The Superintendent was requested to prepare an inventory of school furniture for the three Schools separately ifior the guidance a! the Board in taking out additloiual insurance. Wonthley and Grover, were reported to have more than half completed their contract for painting t)be school RATTLESNAKE With Hi. Bare Hands Now Exhibits It Here. The following item concerning William Buckalew, a local man, appeared in the. Ellenville (N. Y.) Press under date of August 8th. The incident attracted much atention and Mr. Buckalew now has the snake mentioned at his home here. It appeared under the heading "Catches A Live Rattler Wit* Bare Hands." "Sideshows and circuses may boast of their snake chanmers, but Ellenville is boasting of a real one this weak. The charmer is Wdlliatn Buckalew, of Rear Chapel street, who carried a six-foot live rattler down the mountain from the ice caves last week, after capturing the snake with his bare hands. "Buckalew is a berry picker: He was about to return 'homo, when- he saw two large rattlers playing on the mountainside. Instead olf running invay (from the rattlers, Buckalew started in a dead run for them. Both snakes glided rapidly away from him, but Buckalew seized one by the back of the neck and carried him some miles down the mountain. The other snake was much larger than the one Buckalew caugihit. "The snato is now resting comfortably in a large tent in front of the Buokalew residence, with a large sign in front of the cage, and Buckalew is charging an admission fee to view his prize. "The rattler is six feet long, has five rattles imd is about seven inches in circumference." ANOTHER WEEK: THEN TO CONEY With Legion Boys on Second Summer Excursion, People of this city nnd vicinity have an engagement with Luk-e A, Lovely Post of the. American Legion to go on the moonlight excursion to Coney Island next Saturday, September 3rd, leaving the local dock at :3 P. M,, Daylight Saving Time. The boat will make a stop at the Perth Amboy city dock at 2: P, M. The return trip will leave the' Iron Pier, Steeplechase Park at P. M., making a pleasant moonlight trip home. The excursion the Legion ran in July of this year was a sort of a disappointment as far as the financial end is concerned, due to the heavy showers taking place, the morning of tl'ne excursion dmy, and for this reason the Post decided to ran another affar this year, to raise fiiough money for its hospitalization fund. Music for (lancing on the- trip to and from Coney Island will be, fur-.nished by a well known orchestra and the rcifreshm'ent concession will be taken cars o'f by a New York concern. Bus service will 'be available in, this city and Perth Ainlbcy on the return for all neighboring communities. Plan to go to Coney on September 3rd with the lotnl veterans, and besides enjoying a trip to good old Coney am! a good time wihile there, you will also be helping to.mlake the disabled soldiers at the Toms River Convalescent Home comfortable. LOCAL CONTRACTOR TO BUILD RETAINING WALL' F. D. Tedesco, local contractor, was awarded the contract for the construction of a retaining wall at the Mole-ln-the-Wall by the Board olf Freeholders at the' regular meeting of on Fourth street and payment of one ized. Thfl amount was $22.5 and TALKS TOO MUCH half tlteir contract bid was authortholr figure of $75 for extna work ficer James Doufcas mnrosted William On Wednesday night, Special Of- POLICE HEAD AWAY ipuinting lwvlls, windows and doors inside was accented und the work au- Chief of Police Thomas Glenson js Beckler, of 7 Colum'bia Terrace, H feature. There will -also be an eggenjoying his annuiil vacation at this WoElhawken, for using vile and indecent language on a Marathon bus. thorized. that body in New Brunswick yesterday afternoon. His bid for doing mice. Albert Jerome is president of time. During his absence Sergeant The reports of the various committees indicated Unit the schools the organiaation.. / Ryan is in charge, Police Justice Van Clea'f warned the this work wits $4,9.. The resolution uuthuriziiik this work was intro- man and guve him >a severe reprimand. would bu reudy for the resuming of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNi sessions mi Wednesday, Sept. 7bh, duced.by Director Willinnf S. Hey. This Is to notify that I will not be rcsponsible v for nny debts contracted NOTICE which is thi? opraiitj; day.. Frances Kuhn, of Augusta street, Anna M. Hayes is einjoying a There was no report from Superintendent Buvr who is albsent on a week's viii'iitinn at Niagara Fnlls. hus returned home after spending a by my wife, Elizabeth Ellwinger, who week's vacation ;it Aslmry Park, Notice is hereby given that on has left my bed and board, Dated Aug. 24, 927. and after September 5th, garbage collections will be made brief vacation, Jacob Ellwinger, When your battery goes bad, call When your battery goes hnd, call Miss M'argarijt Kidd onjoyiul a rido the Boyce Battery Potrol, Telephones the Boyce Battery Patrol, Telephones Adv. 49 Parker Avenue. only once a week instead of in mi tiirulunt Sunday ivt- Freehold, 32 nnd 5B5. Adv. 362 and 58S, ' Adv. twice a week as heretofore. When your battery goes bad, call Lite Boycc Battery Patrol, Telephones By order of tho Common If you want to be sure INSURE. As Advertised in the Salurdsvy CoBtfi more to Uuilt, but more economical to operate. Dorscy Motors, See F. S. Kaboski, General Insurance, Evening Post, MiddUhade Blue 3B2 and 585. Adv. Council. 7 S, Pine Ave,, Tel, 78. Adv. St-rue Suits for Men, $35. nt Inc., Perth Amboy 35. Adv G. F. DISBROW, Hnrry's, 3 South Broadway. Adv. FOR SALE Cily Clerk, IFOR 'SALE CHRYSLER SCORES AGAIN 2C Two-door Chyrslcr Sedan. A A PEACH Flint Touring Car with Special prices on Steam, Hot Wn.Sec the new "62" Sedan wtlh tho Rare Buy. Original Finish, Has only California Top. A dependable car ter and Vnpor House Heating. Mon. "Red Head" Motor. Delivered fully hnd one driver. A Bargain. Chna. F. vitli the price marked RIGHT, See It, n.jinn, Broadwny and David St., Tel. equipped $435. Charles K. Straub, Straub, Chrysler Dealer, 352 Borden- THE MODERN Drive It, Then Buy It, Charles F Adv. Chrysler Denier, 352 Bordrntown (own Ave., Tel. 44. Straub, Chrysler Dealer, 352 Bordentown Ave., Telephone 44, Adv. n ii Avu., Tel. 44. Adv. BARBER SHOP Metal CeiliiiKS at Monnshan's, 'YOUR INTERESTS AKE OURS 3 BROADWAY rsroadwny & David St. Prompt Ser- Special prices on PipclesR Heater LET'S GET ACQUAINTED" Carner John Si, NOW UNDER KOR^ALK ire. Adv. The same liiml us last year that ninde a host if friends. Monafthnn, next NEW MANAGEMENT S. F. LEAGEIjt y Blriclcd lots in While- Special Policiel from ages one day to bank on David St. Tel Adv. STJ5VK WATAMA, j'rop. to sixty, weekly premiums without "Vv- Patronage Solicited" 'Tract. Easy ternih. Inexamination. Hove your parents in- I hnve the lowest rate $, P T V. Si,illi'viin.26r«Da- uri-d. Will be glad to sell you some icy in this city. Will be Rind to > -. Wm. J. O'Brien, Dis- this In -
2 ltlifi SOUTH AAtlfUY Vit'l/.-HS Snnairer Manager and so remained i game behind w«la "*?. - a\ase on balls, 2 ^^A taw *" h [STONE FIRED THROUGH WINDSHIELD OF CAR Frank Beard, otf 559 Lawrence St., estfteld, stopped at the City Hall half a l on Sunday to reg>ort to the police that while passing through Morgan someone threw a stone through his wind- Cable ed, striking his wife and inflicting a dwp «ut in her face and head. It 'j^ Relieved that a passing car WPj. have struck tfce stone in the caused it to strike the windinvestigation t>y the drino one in the locality stone hit the windshield. ASK FOR ONE snggs Free Road Service Card Telephone 322 Broadway and Main St. South Amhoy EVERYTHING POR i... Office SiM>ptie«ftnd '' >*r f FRAJNK WOGLUM 97 Smith St. Perth Amt>*«KEUEGEE'S SPECIAL The Mealtime Drink WbaU your «t>jm>tit«. Mmkem food Uil«b*. ft. A d.hgktful tman wjt ui hopi kntr- Ilia*. la«xiiiw>v«. tool D. & S. BOTTLING CO, 5 David Street UNEtt CAR SALE 925 FORD COUPE S NASH SEDAN Four Door Advanced Six This car is only months old. Cost when new $795 Now Only $,. 924 STUDEBAKER SEDAN 7 passenger $ NASH ROADSTER All new tires first class shape mechanically $ OAKLAND SEDAN Nice Shape, Finish Good Almost a New Car $ JEWETT COUPE new tires re-ducoed $ CHEVROLET TOURING $ WILLYS-KNIGHT TOURING $ DODGE SEDAN repainted new tires $ FORD SEDAN Like New $ OVERLAND good shape used only a few months $525. -"""S. 926 NASH SEDAN Two Door Advanced Six $ HUDSON COACH new paint good tires $25. THOMPSON AUTO CO., INC. Charles Loichle, Manager Nash Distributors Show Room and Service Station: 24 Madison Ave., Near Market Street Open Evenings until 9 P. M.; Sunday from 9 A. M. until P. M. Phone 8 "~ Tutcon A. C ȦB. It. H.. poukas, IT) 3! Newnrark, 3b 3 2 *Dal Perrcio, ss. C. Clark, 2b : Leonard, If G. Clark, rtf 3 4. J. Ryan, of 4 Da-ulber, c Trigtgs, p 3 ^ Helmetta A. A. AB. E. H. McDernwtt, If Ohaya, 2ib 4 2 PawosW, c Pukatch, ss ^ 3 4 Raleoska, 3b... 4 Deaun, rf. 4 Kneger, lb 4 BeiKer, cf 2 Damming, p Uiituplro Bill Bullman. TERRA COTTA TEAM TAKES A TROUNCING The local Terra Cotta lost an op- ' poltunity to i-ise Ifrom the collar Satbig special attraction.. Another big double feature is scheduled lor Thursday, September 8th. Irene Rich fn "Don't Tell The Wife" and Shirley Mason in "Rich Men's Sons" are the pictures f OT tfliis day. Friday, September, the first chap ter of "The Golden Stallion" starring Maurice (Lefty) Flynn and "White Fury" the wildest horse in captivity will be shown along with Monte Blue in "WolS's Clothing." Completing the week, Saturday, September th, matinee and night, Dolores Costello in "A Million Bid' will be the big attraction. For this Saturday, Billie Dove and Huntly Gordon will be* seen in "The Sensation Seekers", a tense drama of jazz and emotions. A 'big comedy starring George Sydney and Vera Gordon in '*Millionniairesi' will b,e offered Sunday along witlh the th story of "The Wise Crackers" starring Al Gooke and Kit Guard. Remember starting Sunday, Sept 4th, The Empire will resume' its daily change policy. A new show every day except Monday. AilvortlM' In Uio Olltusn. arantee \our New Home mum with a*perfec Warm Air Heat The Paulus Dairy Muin Oirice: 8i!-l!)5 New Street, New Brunswick, N. J., Phone 24. ESTABLISHED 89 Don't Be Misled Be Sure it is Paulus' Milk Use AULUS' OSITIVELY ERFECT ASTEURIZED Milk Placed In thoroughly cleaned and sterile bottles, untouched by human hands. Paulus' Pasteurized Select Milk Walker-Gordon Certified Milk. Wendmere Farms Raw Golden Guernsey Milk Suydatn'a aird Rutger's Special Raw Tuberculin Teated Milk m Tetftet"h&iUTt are intuited hyout dti\lcri acrorduif,to tfw Sunlard Code of ihttiatiotuil W<tnn Air Heating ^ Veiv liblinfj Aurt, A gutittintrt s/ the nat uurjpnaiulto The home with "Perfect" heat represents real value. In addition to the Richardson & Boy nton guarantee of rating and performance, the "Perfect" Warm Air Heater has the endorsement of every business man connected with the construction, financing and selling of homes. Today the last touch is added to modern homes with the Richardson mechanical warm air heating, ventilating and cooling systems. By means of automatic fans, this scientific apparatus forces pure, fresh air throughout the entire home, properly warmed and humidified. It maintains thorough ventilation and is used as a cooling system in the summer time. The cost of operation by forced air is remarkably low. Let your local heating expert tell you about this latest advance in heating and ventilating for residences and larger buildings. You will soon see why it is adding to the resale value of many better homes today. Convenient payments arranged. George M. Mortenson, 32 Main Street A. Nebus, 235 Cedar Street RICHARDSON &. BOYNTON CO. Minufoom ttt of "RkhardW* M P<r/ftt" Heottni and Cotftjng Apfwatui Since AJ7 26 Fifth Ave. New York City New York Newark Philadelphia Boiton Chicago Buffeta Mlnneapolhi LOCAL HEATING EXPERTS WHO ARE WAITING TO SERVE YOU D. J. Donlin, 4 N. Stevens Avenue Sullivan & Wilhelm, 5 S. Stevens Avenue v» V DISTRIBUTION COVERS New Bro««wlelc, Highland Park, South Rhrer, SUyrwtlle, Pftrlln, Sooth Ambof, Perth Ambojr, Woodhrldg*. Ford* anil N. J. IS,.
3 ?'-' 2-23 FIRST STREET (Near Broadway) PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE SOUTH AMBOY PRINTING COMPANY SOUTH AMBOY, N. J. TEL. 4 J. MELFORD ROLL, EDITOK liberty. Subscription rates: In advance, zones and 2, $.5; zones 3 to 8, $2. Entered in the Post Office at as second clasa matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, F. P. COAN SAID COUNTRY LIVED CHILD'S LIFE (Continued from page one) months; and as a wise mariner must first diecsde his destination 'Wei'ore ha tries to steeir his course, So must w< examine ourselves to eee where w< want to' go, whait we want to do, what our 'objective' is blelfcore wie start on our journey. To know wherel we are going it is well lor us- to determine whli sort of business we are in, what kkud of enterprise engages our einie!t gies, our efforts aind our -attentioai ' "The anailemts summed up th< Wfoofc of human wisdom, lin the maxim "Know Thyself", and certainly there as.no gireatjeir wisdom for thle individual than knowledge of himself, wmemce iie comes, whither he goes," what hie is, what he is for, what he can do, What 'he ought to do, and khat lare his means of doing it. No tions are only ijlnd'ivi'duals ion a larger scale, TWey ihave a life, an individuality, a i-easom, a conssaieniee, and instincts of their own, and have the same general laws of development of growth and (decay as the individua man. Equally important and no less difficult iifi it t for 'a nation to know itself, understand its own, its own powers and faculties, rights and 'duties, constitution, tendency and destiny. A.nation nlas a spirt tual as well as 'a material, a moral as well a's a physical existence, aw.: subjected &> internal as w ell as ex- ' ternal 'Conditions iof health and virtue, gceatness aind graimdeur, which it mrrtst in sloime measure ujidwstapd and observe, or 'become weak and infirm, stunted in its growtih, and ernkl premature decay and death. "Among nations aiione has more need of full knowledge 'of itself than the United States of Amenilea, and in one has 'heretofore had less, It has lived the irreflectivte- life of 'a, child with nothing until the great.war and its aftermath to compel it 'to reflect on its own constitution, tendency and end. The! nation has been suddenly called up to study, itself, and from maw on must act only from matefe tfefteeotai and clear understanding, and not frota impulse, passion or caprice, knowing well what ft does and wherefore it does.. it. W«have be'em hurled into the 'maelstrom of world polities, and now,we must "watch our dap" and act with the seriousness and dignity we tove ner-ettofore lacked. "Every OMIng nation has an idea given io it by RnxvMeince to foe realized, and whose realization is Its special work, mission oar destiny.. E\ery nation is in some sense the chosen people of God. The Jews were the chosen people through.whom the pofjniitive traditions were to bei presented in their purity and integrity,' and to whom the Messiah was to come: The Greeks were the cmoseta people of God for t\e devielopmant of the beautiful in art and the true in science and philosophy: and the Romans wie-re the chosen people of God for the development of the istatsi, law and jurisprudence. Prance and Italy and Germany and England and the other European nations aa'e the chosen people of God for the eara-ying on of the work laid down by ancient Greece aind Rome, and ithiey shall he false to ttiesr purpose and untrue to the destinies if 927 Almighty has -made us his chosei patople to teach the world freedom. is no virtue of ours that we are wfr we (are. Our destiny, OUT existence our success, and our enduring grace have been in the mind of God the dawn of titernity when the Divinn Will made man a free being. "Wealth aind prosperity are won dirous gems, but the greatest jewel thfe diadem of our country is humar Lot us ketep alive that erty by working to enable our Coun try to perform her Diivine mission. "Our Country; in the dim dusk o marching yeiaas we imay discern he course, in'flexilbla and firm for L h' right, her <k eds shall have the vas ness of iher plains, the JiigTi bor: beauty of her -virgin hills. Her peo 'had a destiny they were false to it pie shall have an abiding faibh : amid -count for wrfhi>ng in the iprogres- Tier, and they shall cling to her as th sive development of the human race leimlbodiiment of all the excellenci > wihich is ciyiliaition as wei know it. all the ages, for to their eyes si "T)hs United States has a great shlaill ihave not only l-he glory tha mission arid is thie chosen of God for was Greece and the grandeur tha the realization of a great idea. She was Rome, but the faith that is ch'oste-n mot only to continue the France, tlie industry that was Ger work assigned to Greece and Rome many, tihe intellect that was and the modern European nations but lamid, the enterprise that was England to accomplish a greater work than the virtue land purity that was Ire was assigned to any one of them, or land, the patriotism that was Beli?.i m to all of them put together. In art.to make that shlining amd unsurpassit will iprove falde to'its mission if it aible jewol among the nations, th» do not surpass Greeice pund Italy and chosen nation of God's own design Prance and Spain: in the State, in ing, America, our Country." law and in jurisprudence it. must surpass Rome. and England, and Germany and the Scandinavian countries. Its idea lia Lilbiea-ty, but liberty with I any and law with lilberty. Its mission is the Heialization of true idea of thic-l state which secures at once the authority of tihe State and the j VOCAL TREAT FOR ROTARY CLUB Edwin Bent Conservatory Artist Stir Rotartans At Tues. Luncfreo ~,u ', «* f the indi r Wuil V to bring After tho usual luncheon «nd th albqut.the proper pp union of authority y rcg^ rc^].^ T( er, oo f buhintes the *he apiecia and liberty, of the mlaitural rights of; entciitaiivnwnt fentm-e IOC Tuesday's man and ot society, lhe Or«dl-:s; Kotary rnic<ctinr was introduced bo tht nmd the Romt.nB assexted Ue Uhe stale e io, clu(b> ] by Hiwoid IfoMmaii. Ho j * tho ^ hu-rt of the undlividual, mod - } Edwin E Bfclnt, inn active imomlbe nations either do the sarnlei thing or;, f tne Rotary R Club Clb taf f New N Bruna go to the other extreme and assort wi, c i t mu \ Director of fclw Edwin Ben; t;he frmdom of tho individual to the Conssorvtitwry of MUSSCHI Art wfti dotrmient of the state, line United brantohas throug'hout New Jersey, am States has ibecn instituted by (,ud ta whofte, executive oti'fecs aro locatekl re alize the lull ireedevm of each to. a t New Bruiiwvick. I'lor thnm years y the (advantage of lioth. ipnst Ejjwin Bent tas.)>i>en nctivo in "Tho American Constitution has.promoting unusical advance'men no protypo in any iprior constitution,.tlwoujfltomt Oorotral Now Jlclraey 'an. or in any existing form of govern- has TOcontly boicn appointed Orgainist ment, nor in any combination of aml CWoir Muster of 'Christ CWeh In them. It 3 entirely original, n new, thfe dty, coo,pembing -with bl» Reveir contrhbutlon to polidwal science and! ein( i chn.rles Kennedy In the musica socks to atta.iln its end by means un- ministries of th* church. r.'ejaid of batot-e its inception ami lit-j Kdwin B'otnt brought with Mm thn-eo tie understood iby y eivon Amlericun pol-' popular nvembters of the lanre group itlcal Avriteirs th<smsolves. pp f fl likli B e nr di g d Harry Rufnor, known to the members as thie "Smiling Painter" waa on "The written "constitution" so call- of concert successful artists liklwin wiho have Beint radio appeatod an ed does not cionstttute us a nation,-wo' over Station WNJ, at Nowurk, each hand Sunday iand Monday foil the wea-e a nation betfonei the written eon-, Tuesday evening during the " hour bo imcmoirial services. (i«5 stitutiion wns adopted. p THe" i written' twslon nine and tien Hen P. M. during th constitution is only a law ordainej past fifty-flour weeks. All indicuitliona point to O:iplvely by a nation ulready existing and con- \ soprano" waagrace G P. Drimlow, of county meeting itihis month. Tlfe best stituted. Our real comstitution ante- p ort h Amboy, who sanp "The Gypsy answer that can ibel lolbtained from dates the written constitution and Low Soinp" and "Kiiss Me Again" by th*! members when one inquires wihat the Articles.of Confed'etration, and Victor Herbert and Rudolph Friml's thfc topic whl be 'is "wait and see te inherent and intrinsic in tjhe nation "Indian Love Call". Miifc E. C'ronk, What happens." itself and sohieis all our problems an asserts all our rights, "Before.the Revolution we were nation separate and distinct, from every other nation with a destiny to work out, with rights tihlat were trans gressted ai:d with a lite that was endangered. Indeed there has novelr been a time when our swords were drawn except when our rights wien assailed, yes even further, there nev er was a time when our dogs of w. were unloosed 'Unlass our very si eiiri'ty was threatened or denied. "In 77 and 82 our sovereignt} was dlwiied land England found a nation fighting' to preserve that sovereignty. The great orvil war was waged to preserve our sovereignty intact, and we entered the gife'ait worl war not "to make te world safe foi democracy".bat to preserve the sovereignty of the greatest Keipufolicandsm that God's sunlight ever shone upon the.beneffcent 'hand 'of God eveir "W-e h a.re belein aharged with beng unduly boastful of our country. if its worth, of :iits howor, o its traditions, of its institutions, of its destiny and of its mission. We hav< een calleld" braggarts and loud thley do not equal and surpass the mouths. May"be wo <lo proclaim our nations whudv they succieeld. Thfc irtues in a small voice, but I insist g^eat despotic nations of Asia were that we do lvot boast or bragg, we siavetr iti-uly nations. History does dave no need to boast or bragg, and not record their mission and if they t would ibfei unsee>mly to boast or rag about the faot that Go Ready Aim HOME Fire * FOR YOU TO OWN YOUR OWN Away Your Rent Receipts r orever At President Park 5 and 6 Rooms All Improvements 2 FulJ Lots Sidewalk and Curb Small Amount Cash Down Balance Like Rent $4,79 $5,49 $4,99 $5,59 $5,29 $6,59 Inspection Invited Reinhardt & Kurowsky REAL ESTATE OPERATORS i 45-A North Broadway "HONE,848, PHONE 574 Edwin Bent contralto of New Brunswick sang 'Mighty Lak A Rose", "At Dawning" and was assisted by the entire Kotary Club in the singing of "Carry Me Buck to Ole Vtrginjiy." These two vocalists were in splendid Venice and w etne very henrtily received by the m embers of the club. They closed the program -yvrbh the duet "Barcole" from the "Love Tales lof Hoffman." As is customary with all the advanced artist pupils of Edwin Bent, the entire program was (presented from memory with ralre musicianship and charm. Tfoe featured instrumrttalist was Master Bonold Sinclair, ton year old b'oy 'paiodigy piianjst of Highland Park, "Kanon", "Ase's Death" fi-om tho Peer Gint Suifc and "The 'Butterfly" ail o!f whioh 'compositions Wej'e by the gutled 'NoiriWeigen comipolser Edward Greig. This talented young piandst has 'mlade many successful «onoert and radio appearances and his playfng on this 'OcdaBiom surpiiscd and delfgwfejd all hils hetirors. lie is spocjaliaing in the study of Groig's music and his alctive deipertoine includes -over two sooire. of these bteautif ul nielodiuis imasberpseloes. Several musicians from South Amboy hmvc Ibelen studying with Edwin Bent at New Brunswick during the post few years and he is vary much iiitleirested in tho miuskal rifflairs of South Amboy, He will pwsent various programs for the local Club on future (occasions. Rotary LEGIONISMS BY "DUTY WILD" Memorial Day was observed in a itting mann«r with Harry Doonnrd is clkiliaiitian of the connmittoo. On itiho Sunday proceeding Memor- Day, the annual tribute to those vhti havo ipnbsed to the Great Be- "o'nd was begun with sfeirvtees at the hrist Church churchyard where the memorial service was conducted by CoTiiroander Cozzens and Harry Leonard assisted by Reverend Kennedy and thd churcn choir. On Sunday afternoon a trip was made to the cemeteries at Ernston and Cheesequaie, Wnere services were held. On Mepnorial Day, the parade was leti iby thlj Oolumlbus Italian Band of Perth Amboy followed by the Legion filing squad and a delegation of members, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Firemen, Polish American Society and a large num'ber of decorated automobiles carrying the relatives of deceased service men and members of the Auxiliary. The parade started from th«clifb house and proceeded to thle Polish ctimetery.wih'ere the Legion memorial service was held, assisted by Father Lesnouski of the parish. Tnten proceeding to St. Mary's cemetery, services were held with Father Welsh, Post Chaplain and Father Lannery, assisting. Chnist Oburch cemetery was utexit visited and after services there, tne procession 'proeeleded to City Hall park. After introductory remlai'ks by the chairman Comlmander Cozzens read Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Francis P. Coan delivered the principal add'iisss of the day. In a stirring buyer of stocks was talking to a group of friends thei other night. "It's easy to make money in Wall street", said Phil, "All you have to do is buy when stocks are low and sell tihem when they are high. The other day I picked up a good thing. It stood at 44 when I discovered it and last weiek it touched 78." "What was it", tlhey asked, "A thermdmeter", replied PW. Bill O'Toole, searching for a suit, made a trip to New York th)e other day and seeing a suit that caught his eys) he said to the salesman "I'll take this suit if you'll make any alterations I desire." "Certainly sir", re- plaed the salesman. "All. Bight," returnled Bill, "Just alter tihe price from $45 to?5 and I'll take the suit with Now that Memorial Day is passed, the Post is rolling 'Up its sleeves and preparing to devote all its energy to the forthcoming xcursion and carwival. Reservations for the 'banquet of the C. D. of A. to be 'held at Seacroft next Thursday evening will close on Monday tevening. Those dashing to way lie pointed out the splendid ma^ attend sould get in touch with Miss tional spirit which has been displayed 'by tine nation in its dealings with Modesta Kennedy. other nations and pleaded Uor the same dlispluy of spirit in the future. Mrs. John Cozzens, chairman of the Ptojppy Co-mimiiltite, reports in the n'cligiiborhood ol $3 reuhed froim tho Poippy Sale, with more return yet Uo be ntado. The proceeds from Uhc aalo will be fcrwairuod to the Fourth District C'onvljilescent Home at Towis.Hivcir for Ui'u reliui' of disamcd aoldiors and auilors. Announcement has been m'ado during tho (last week that because of certaim concessiloiia made by the Fitench government in conjunction with the French veteran's societies, it is possiible for National headquiartjera to miiku a reduotiun of ten per cont ifrom.iblile originul coat of the Paris trip. John Wmibley: "I think you irtight give me credit for giving you suc-h a nico engageiment ring." Slhto: "i suppose t«n jeweler did. Isn't that enough?" Tho flag of Alaska, recently adopted, will lead the ddegation from that erritory at the Paris convention. 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