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   Hopewell Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1945, Hopewell, New Jersey                               i r 11 vVV' r l L I f GETS INTO THE LATION COUNTS VOLUME SEVENTY No. 40. WIP JULY 1945. Price Five Cents W CAR CRASH ki- UaMMRr Rwn Falling on St. SWifldn's Day Bodes Doubtful Future This Slimmer for Grain and Food Production if the Old Adage Holds True t Oats May Be Harmed- Tomatoes Saved Unless Moisture Continues Several Weeks T in the Hopewell vicinity and in other nearby sections ore anxious about the -present wet weath- er and that of the previous several weeks of this Summer. Sunday St. Swithin's Day and it certainly rained. Old timers aay 4f rain falls on that day there will foe forty more days of similar weather. Price and Rationing uestion and Questions are those most frequently asked week of the Trenton trlct Office of QP A. Answers are of- ficial OPA rulings as of July 16. Readers may submit questions for re- plies to Trenton District Hw does rationing help keep prices A. -Rationing helps keep prices down because it limits the amount of 'buying a person can do. If scarce items were not some people with a lot of money would 'pay any price to get what they wanted and in many instances to get what they do not need. Q. -Hoiv can the consumer tell what the ceiling price om food items Is. A. Tlie consumer can tetl what the ceiling price on food is by -checking LOCAL MAN ESCAfPES DEATH WHEN HIS MACHINE SNAPS POLE AT SUFFERS BROKEN ARM AND BADLY LACERATED SEVERAL STITCHES TAKEN IN TONGUE AND LJP CAR BECOMES UNMANAGEABLE IN SOFT DIRT James A. erf near Hope- is a patient IB St. Frauds Hoa- as the result of an auto accident early Sunday in which he miraculously escaped death. Driving in a roadster type Mocpheraon suddenly swerved to the side of the road. The wfceels becom- ing embedded in soft dirt along tie ________ edge of the the lost control tor Monday night's picture. VOLTAGE WIRE CUT SUNDAY EVENING CAUftEO CONSIDERABLE AND HOtttE PUT PHOTOPLAY HOUSE CLOSED IN OF 'PICTURE L f TRAFFIC DIVERTED TO AVOID iDANGER Hopeweil thrown into darkness and confusion Sunday evening albout nine o'clock -when a live -wire was severed by a falling limb near well's Garage on 'Bast Broad street Street lights and the current for tlie Cekmial were cut off' im- medlaljely. After waiting some time at the movie house were re- their money or given tickets' ny luvie uaj'B vi erumtu _ x wheat and other grains will thewfflag price lists posted in stores H J 1 dh M b suffer if the rain continues much long- er. it ia will not be harmed unless the moisture lasts for several more weeks. Those who have followed agricultur- his war price and ra- tioning board. Q. If a merchant overcharges what should you do albout .A. 'If -a merchant overcharges al pursuits for most of their lives say the first thing you should do is call it umiAh I.O.ITI ten ihftfare to his then if he does not that too much rain fell even before the St. Swithin's Day date. They or most of also firm believers in the St. ewiih'in's day legend of 30 or 40 more days off frequent rain. Consequently farmers here are pes- simistic about the outlook for a good season in 194S. Shwsld -the Summer turn out to be more than backward in the farm production of vegeta- bles and next Winter will show effects not conducive to good living. Miss Marilyn Carroll Weds Lt. Kenneth R. Burroughs Miss Marilyn daughter of Mrs. Imola Carroll and the late Elwyn of became the bride of Kenneth Rowe United States Army Air son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Bur- of in an impressive ceremony performed at 8 p. m. Satur- June at the home of the bride's mother. Rev. K H. Westmoreland read the correct the you should re- port it to jthe War Price and Rationing Q. Wiat evidence should you pre- sent to sloiw you have been over- A. You should have a receipt to show that you paid more than the ceil- ing price. Q. 'How may you prove you were overcharged if you do not get a re- A. If you do not have you may -have a witness to prove that you paid more than the top legal price. Q. Under the program of rent con- trol may an owner raise your rent without prior of ttJhe A. Under the program rent con- trol an owner may not raise your rent without prior approval of the OPA'sl Rent Control Q. Do the rent control regulations apply to all of the -country and do they apply in A. Rent control regulations do not apply to every 'locality in the UnEted and plunged into an electric light pole. The impact of the car broke the pole in half and it fell on top of the ma- chine. Swertfeger was iStmunoned and after administering temporary treat- ment Maepherson was rushed to the hospital. Physicians there treated him a compound fracture of the right a very severe 'took eight stitches in 'his tongue and the same number In -his lower Up. He was 'badly shaken up and weak from loss of blood. .The crash Into the pole and its fall- Ing on .the car practically demolished the machine. The scene of the accident has been the spot of other serious onis- in former when poles have been snapped off and local motorists -was diverted on. East Broad from .Princeton avenue to Senoinary to danger to life br resultant injury which would been caused -by contact with the wire of high voltage. Streaks of pink light and sparks in the air led many to ibelieve a fire was in progress and ifche streets were for some time. traffic situation was com- petently handled. It is 'believed the high winds osf the morning and early afternoon caused i News and Whereabouts of Hopewdl Boys in the Service 1 Tlmberwolf In Town Pfc. Darin J. Mrs. Emma lives hear Hope- is now home on furlough. 'While fighting with the TimfbeFwoftf 'Division he participated In Germany cam- paigns and was awarded the Purple and Combat Badge. The 104th infantry Di- vision was the first to travel directly from the States to France. Little more than a month after -the led by Major General Terry went into the line and remained in continuous combat for ov- er six months. After fighting with the that ing the heavy rain of most of the day. Electric officials stated that the wet contacting a live wire caused a short circuit which was exact cause of the happening. First Canadian Army In success- ful Holland campaign which opened the iport of Antwerp to Allied the Ttoberwolves 'took place in the First Army line at Aachen. In a clashing campaign that was featured by night attacks the drove the industrial Eschweiler assaulfboated the 11 ____f rt mm I VA ItJUV I Pushing ahead to take Cologne. Once across the Rhine at the Re- magen the Division stabbed furiously into the heartland of the taking part in the Ruhr pocket encirclement. -o- hurt. It is believed that had the Mac- Union Worship Services JH JfctL t-IL J i J- _' i pherson car not ran into the soft dirt at the roadside the accident might have been or at least not have reached such'serious proportions. service before aa improvised altarj States. regulations created of arrangements pe- white delphinium and wood- wordia arranged in floor softly lighted by cathedral tapers in floor standards. A string ensemble provided the nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her J. W. Jr. She wore an Edwardian gown of imported ivory styled with a long tapering and full court train. A scalloped halo of 'beading and tulle capped her full length veil of French illusion. She carried white or- chids and Attendants to the bride were her Miss Janet maid of Mrs. William H. matron of Miss Virginia and Miss Adreienne junior bridesmaid. They were gowned in cloud white taffeta. Each wore a dutch ibonnet of sheer tulle and carried a bouquet of fuchsia peonies. William C. was best man. The ibride's .Mrs. was attired in white crepe with em- broidery matching accessor- ies and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Bur- mother of tihe a gown of poudre harmonizing ac- cessories amd a 'corsage of orchids. The bride attended Mount Vernon D. and the University of where she was a mennber of Pi Beta Pihi sorority. She is a member of the Junior League and Girl's Cotillion. The groom attended Rutgers University before entering the Army. Rental Areas. Trenton is classified as a Defense Area and therefore the rent control regulations apply here. Q. How much canning sugar may eaioh person A. Fifteen pounds is the maximum SOCIAL HAPPENINGS MRS. PIGGOTT HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. John of Center was hostess on Saturday afternoon at a surprise ibirthday party in honor of Mrs. -WUIi-am E. Piggott The invited guests Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. William I. Phil- Mrs. V. Mrs. H. W. Mra. Edgar Mrs. Eric Mrs. Joseph R. Bald- Mrs. William N. Mrs. Lou Etta John P. Voor- depending on the local 'board quota. Q. H there are 10 members in one are all 10 entitled to 15 pounds otf home canning A. there is a limit of 120 pounds o-f sugar to a family. In other only .8 memibers of a family may receive canning sugar. Q. Is there a -ceiling price on used toilet A. Yes. The ceiling price on all with or without cover varnished or sheet including nuts and is each. Q. What is the retail ceiling price on used governmental invasion life A. The celling price is each. Mrs. Harry Mrs. Samuel Mrs. Garr-ett Mrs. Charles 'Mrs. Nelson Misses Mary and Jane Hol- Mrs. Howard K. Mm W. Herbert Mrs. Alyab. Voorr Mrs. Roger Mrs. Don- ald Joan Mrs. Per- cy Allen arad Mrs. Robert Piggott. iMrs. Piggott was .the recipient of many lovely gifts and best wishes from her friends. Dainty refreshments were served. Will Begin Sunday The first of six union worship ser- planned. by the Inter-Church Oounicll of the cooperating will be held on Sunday at the Calvary Baptist Ohurch at eleven o'-clock. The Rev. Raymond A pastor of the will be in charge of the and will prea-ch the Inheritance of the The uniting the congrega- tions of the and Presbyterian churches during the Summer vacation is as July '22 and service held in the Baptist August 5 and ser- vice held in the Methodist August 19 and service held in the The final phase M Timberwdlf coin- in NazLland -saw the men of the 104th racing to the Mulde river where the Qwner of Brookside Inn Sometime Between Midnight Sunday and 4 A. M. Mondays-Only Paper Money Over in Silver and Other Articles Untouched No Clues Yet Uncovered by Police Burglars broke and entered the res- idence of Harry owner of near- by Brookside early Monday morn- ing and took over in .cash. State Police are but other than suspicions they have no substan- tial since no finger prints were found. The robbery occurred some time be- tween midnight Sunday and 4 a. m. Monday. Titus was in the house shortly -after midnight but did not no- tice anything dMuiibed until he re- turned at 4 o'clock. The money taken was all in over in silver being untouched by the robbers. The cash was contained in three cigar boxes hidden in the oven of an electric stove. Several cartons of cigarettes were near the stove and also silver but neither were taken. Entrance to the dwelling was gained last remnants of the Wehrmacht were I through a copper screen. The screen crushed between the and was Venetian removed and American First Army making that sector the first In Germany to cleared and completely conquered. This victorious division which has never given inch is in the United States now. 'While combat vet- erans will ibe granted and will then be given training to prepare them for further battles in the Pacific against the Japanese. the thieves climbed in the open win- dow. Nothing else in the home was ransacked -and it. is believed the bur- glars were familiar with the place where the money was hidden. The C By Dlpeey _...._ .jr Hot Home Pvt Lutz Preparing for Pacific Canning or Heat AM wrong' With the 13th Armored Division in I Just iHearty Congratulations to those the Assembly Area route to the United States from the European Pvt. John Presbyterian Ohurcto. The Council of ia now being processed extends a invitation to the en- j j to attend these wor- i J1 _ Large Enrollment in Water Safety Class f 'Success attended the opening of the water safety class at the Quarry Swimming Club 'last week wfoen fifty students from Princeton and Pen-nington started their instruc- tions. The school will continue for five weeks every Tuesday and Thurs- day from 7 p. m. to 0 p. m. These classes when completed will give this vicinity a water safety factor superior to any previous ones in that any time people are swimming at the Quarry they will 'be by life guards beside them as well -as the ones on shore. Church School Picnic cement has been made that the annual church school picnic of the Calvary Baptist Chumoh will be held on Saturday. July on the lawn of Mr. and Harry Hullfisih. Games for the children are scheduled to be- gin at with games for adults later in .the afternoon. Quoits will be open for all. The picnic supper in family groups will be held at -sis followed by music. Mrs. Jo- seph Baldwin is in charge of supper Clifford Higglns in change of transportation. Concrete Houses Concrete houses will be given an- other chance. Between 1910 and 1920 Atterbury built about 30 iii large precast concrete at Forest Hills New York. They were weather and vermin other characteristics were also very but slow hardening concrete made them too costly. Fruit Wrapping A chemically treated tisane wrap which protects citrus fruit from mold and rot and extends freshly picked flavor and appearance for days longer has been revealed. Al- thousands of .grapefruit and oranges have been in the treated tissue. Grange to Hold Picnic Next Wednesday tMercer No. will hold a picnic at the 'home of Miss 'Marian Wednesday July 25. Supper at o'clock. Memibers are asked bring a covered butter and sugar. Grange will furnish rolls and iced tea. Entertainment committee will have change off games. 'Come and 'help make this real grange picnic. -------------o------------- i Expansive Industry When war broke out in tile motor industry was using a' preponderant share of the produc- tion of many raw 51 per cent of malleable 75 per cent of plate 68 per cent of up- holstery leather and 80 per cent of rubber. In the automobile took more than 18 per cent of the steel approximately 10 per cent of some 13 per cent of copper and 34 per cent of lead. o James Hill Ordained to Ministry On Wednesday July James L. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. of this was ordained to the ministry and installed as pastor of the Germonds Presbyterian G-ermonds New N. Y. He was graduated from Princeton Theo- logical Seminary in Mr. and Mrs. Lynton .Lt. Ernest TJ. S. N. and Mrs. Heejen attended the installation exer- which were followed by a recep- tion in the church house. Mr. and Mrs. Hill with their infant 'David -have taken up their residence in the manse at Oenmonds. Library Notes Four new bookB ihave been added to pay fiflielf tihis week. Tfliey are Ntmse at Whittle V toy Ag- nes the story of a Company Nurse in a very frusy a most heart-warming novel with a new back- ground that ia part of our own Turkey's Private 'H- L a merry one of the war the peace and bhe home an entertaining story w a lot of by Agatha full of ex- anonymous gay par- and murder or and Red-Haired 'by Elizabeth Cor- a story of booming stoclt market days and nights of speak-easy a novel worth while. -------------o------------- at Camp Atlanta in northeastern memlber of tlie first ETC armored Healthy Creatures with Honest Con- victions on House Cleaning. Although Spring was too early in March -and too cold in it arrived over night to be too rainy. -Now for your Summer ith to be ordered to Pvt. Lutz is a member of Company 24th Tank and served with the 13th Armored 'Division in the Battle of tihe Ruhr pocket and in the drive through Bavaria into Austria. The popularly known as the Black Cat captured more tfean German prisoners In the _ _ _ fighting in the Ruhr and took an ton the ditional in Bavaria. In thej closing days of the war in it captured Hitler's birthplace city of and liberated Allied prisoners of war. Pvt. Lutz is the son of Elmer J. of 'He will be given a furlough betEore the Division begins its training for action in the Pacific. Vergano Member Holstein Breeders Association p Camilla Is one of nine New Jersey Holstein breeders recently admitted to membership in The Holsteln-flTriestan Association of America unanimous vote of the Board of Directors. Applications from 778 were approved. The national Hol- stein association to the largest dairy cattle recording organization in the world. Its total membership now numbers more than Fined for Disorderly Conduct For being disorderly and Ray of near Flein- was fined and costs re- cently when arraigned before Hope- well Township Recorder Lawrence. Fairfax of near the was the complainant. Slack was with a group of people and when ordered off the Quarry Swimming -Club grounds -he proceeded to the adjacent highway where he started abusive tactics. After tres- .passing on the Seruby place ihe was again ordered the incident result- Ing in an exchange of blowa between he and Seruby. Ncir York main types of cabbage art frown in New York fba Danish or storage the kraut or domestic and the market or truck-garden type. Annual value of the cabbage crop is between 3 and 4 million dollars. Symbol on Dime The dime now in use was first minted in 1916. The bundle of sticks is the ancient Roman rods bound about a protruding which was the symbol of unity and strength. These fasces were borne by lie tors before the Roman magis- trates to indicate authority. The en- twining holly not on the dime stands for pe'ace. The design is the work of Alexander Donald M. Allen Wins Scholarship An outstanding honor has been won by 'Donald M. Allen. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John of 9 Center who has been awarded a na- tional scholarship covering two weeks' leadership training at the American Youth -Foundation Camp ibe held at Camp August 13 to August inclusive. This honor can be won by only one New Jersey 4-dI Club iboy. Marine Solan Spends Day With Hopewell Lad in the Pacific Pvt. Robert of the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James of the Hopewell Valley Golf tells how he spent a swell day with a fellow citizen of Hopewell somewhere in the contingent had stopped at a .small Pa- cific island and since ihad some leisure time they were enjoying a swim. Bob was swimming around just off the island and someone and I turned around and to my surprise there was Sidney from Broad Hopewell. I its a small world after and we had a swell time talking albout our old home town. Sid is in the Navy. We spent tlie 'afternoon and when -we probably for the du- he So see you In and I 'You're not good has two older Ed and both in the Army overseas. Link Sausages When frying link keep draining off fat as it gathers. Later you'll enjoy it in savory gravy or as seasoning. Use tongs or two forks to turn links once or you should never prick the skins. Finished sausage has a speckled brown color. It's underdone if pinkish. Serve well done tn a warm platter. My shop will lie closed from July 30 until Augutt 4.-.AII person n are re- quested to call for dry cleaning before July 30. JAM Dl Adver- tisement. 7-4-4t Furniture Polish For removing that foggy ap- pearance that furniture may acquire and to conceal fine cracks or checks In the use a simple home- made furniture polish of two parts boiled linseed oil and one part tur- pentine. It is suggested that the mix- ture be applied with a soft cloth. Bub the excess polish with a dry cloth and keep rubbing with the grain of the wood until the surface is entirely dry and will not show a finger mark. dear Broth a broth or consomma to heat the strained from which all fat has been re- with the crushed shell and beaten white of an egg. The egg white collects the solid particles in the broth. William C. Lowe a 2d Lieutenant William Golden son of Mrs. Violet of Model was among the representatives of thirty- seven states and the District of Colum- who received wings and commis- sions as aerial navigators at wlhen the AAF Train- ing Command 'graduated Class 155 in ceremonies at the post theater. intensive course of all kinds of aerial the trained directly under AA-P Central Plying Command will shortly be putting their knowl- edge to use against the remaining en- emy. Lowe graduated as a 2d Lieutenant. get your weapons -together lor the lUpffids-dbwrr Jtouse orgy. A step carpet and hammer are useful. A floor plan of the ash and cush- ions 'will foe handy along with a few pointers. Get sister's right so you won't be 'left flat in any argument tlhat might ensue and offer her the tan shoe polish. As it stains ail it missing. Pull the -stocking over the is easier if you start down over tlj.e which -can pass .through the bole In the toe and allow a perfect drape over the straw end. Hun up and down the dragging the tbroom on the ceiling did .the extension table 'bump Into you To remove the just fold the table up and' throw it out of the win- dow and you have an ex-l'aible. Place the step-ladder under the large picture that has to come mount the first step and the ladder two try the second step and the ladder .steps -two steps from the picture and now at the portieres. They -are sewed up on the they ever got the sewing machine upside down long enough to stitch them solve that later. At the end of the there is a your hammer and sook the portieres are down anyway. If you are now madder tat the lad- try the rug next. Fold it and roil it up In a that weighs a ton and push it through iback door irit the side yard. Wallop it with the beater until you are iboth as red as two unless the rug is green. By this time patience may have run out and fatigue atrophied the with oflly one room partly H. C. The weather turned too hot again and it would -be wiser to wait 'a while. Labor Day won't do as tHat Is a 'holiday and sounds too terri- ble anyway. About .Election there will ibe candidates to do most possibly even H. Cheer You might get through it all in time to enjoy -a real Thanksgiving. Medical Discharge for Pvt. Romanchuk Pvt. William son of Mrs. Helen of near Hope- been given a medical dis- charge from the Army. He served in the Army from 1941 to iSep- Learn to twlm at Quarry Swimming Club Fridays by appointment. Open for awimmlng daily 12 noon until 10 a. m. until w Local Firemen to Organize Junior Unit The Hopewell iFire Department has announced the opening of a Junior Fire Unit. The first meeting will foe held at the Fire Hall on July at p. m. Any boy 16 years of age and a dent of 'Hopewell Borough who is terested in becoming a memiber of this unit should report on the above date at whWh time they will receive their instructions. Joins the Air Corps Thomas son of and Mrs. Maurice of 'Broad who enlisted last year in the Army Air reported for duty on dark on Sundaya and holl- July 3 to a location in Mississippi daya. No awlmmlno when guard Is The local youth graduated from v M .1 off 7-18-2t i Princeton High School in June.   

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