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Brooklyn Man Arrested for
Running Away From Scene of Accident Yesterday TOTTKNVILLK. May 1—Within fifteen minutes utter Sidney Schwab, ©f 141 Hemlock street, Brooklyn, had struck a girl at Amboy rood and Main street, Tottenville. yesterday afternoon with an automobile, which he was driving und left tut scene of the accident without stepping, he was arrested on the charge and locked up. Elizabeth Hermann, sixteen years Old. of 7 2 Buckingham avenue. Perth Ainboyy, crossing the street •^at Main street and Amboy road, was yptruek by an automobile and knuck led down. Ati ambulance from the Richmond Memorial hospital was culled and Dr. McDonough took r.er to the hospital, where it vas found that her right ankle had received bad contusions and she was suffering from shock. A citizen whose name could not \>v learned took the number of the car as it sped away and notified the police. Police Lieutenant Lawson of the 60th precinct station, sent ou? the alarm for the car ami fifteen minutes after Patrolman Haypetiny at the booth at New Dorp stopped Schwab und placed him under arrest charging him with leaving the scene of the accident without ascertaining the extent of the persons injuries. He was locked up and will be ar raign in court today. The automo bile driven by Schwab was owned by Ralph Sosa of 141 Hemlock street Brooklyn. A strange co-incident of the af fair came when a message was given lo the girl’s home at 72 Buckingham avenue. Perth Amboy, there were two Elizabeth Hermanns residing there and the same age. It Was not known which was which and I he mother of both girls went tc the hos pital. Marjorie Knott Weds TOTTENVILLE. May 1.—Miss Marjorie Knott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knott, of Bedell avenue, and William G. BishofT. of Prince Bay, were quietly married at 4 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the . parsonage of Bethel Methodist 2 Episcopal church. The ceremony qwas performed by Rev. Oscar L. Jo seph, pastor of the church. Miss Olga BishofT. sister of the groom was maid of honor, and Louis H. Corson, best man. A reception fol lowed at the home of the bride’s parents. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BIG CLASS INITIATION TOTTENV1LLE. May 1.— Knight* of Columbus from all sections of the island. Perth Amboy, Manhattan and Brooklyn gathered at Tottenvllle yesterday for the exemplification of the degrees of the order which was held under the auspices of Totten ville Council. No. 1675. of which Edward Lang is the grand knight. There were about 600 members of the order In the line of march that; was held following the dinner at 2. o’clock at the parochial school hall. The degrees were conferred on 134 candidates at the former Knights of Pythias hall in Ainboy road which was secured for the oc-| casion. Grand Knight Lang opened i the meeting at 11 o’clock in the| morning with a brief address after which he turned the gavel over to District Deputy Hugh 8. Kelly of the Staten island District, who was In charge of the three degrees. Rev. James F. Malloy, of Ihej Church of Our Lady Help of Chris tians. made an address to the mem bers of the class and visitors present following prayer. The first and sec - ond degrees were conferred in the morning and the third degree in the afternoon. After the morning ses sion dinner was served at 2 o’clock under the direction of the Catholic Daughters of America. After dinner a parade headed by the boys* hand of the Mission of the Immac ulate Virgin. Ml. Loretto, un der John Price, leader, was held down Yetman avenue to Arthur Kill road, to Main street to the hall. The Voiirth IWroo Pnlnr rSimrilta in full unifofm were in the line and theyl were followed by the candidates and 1 visitors. Candidates and delegations were here from Manresa Council, of Dongun Hills; Richmond Council, of New Brighton, Staten Island Coun cil, of Stapleton: West New Brigh ton Council, of West New Brighton; Assumption Council, of Port Rich mond. and San Salvador Council of Perth Amboy. BAR ASSOCIATION WANT GANNON ON BENCH TOTTENVILL*:. May 1:—-At the annual dinner of the Richmond County Bar Association held last week at the Staten Island Club a movement was launched to have Supreme Court Justice Frank S. Gannon to continue to represent Sic ten Island on the bench. President Lawrence Widdecomba presided as toastmaster and opene i hi« remarks with words of eulogv fo? former President George M. Pin- j ncy and expressed regrets at the loss] the association had suffered by his d-ath. He Closed with a glowing tribute to Mr. Gannon and hoped that he would be continued to repre sent Staten Island. The same senti ments were indulged in by State Senator C. Ernest Smith and Presi dent Robert H. Wilson of the Brook lyn Association. Justice Gannon in speaking laid stress upon the duties of the bar, saying in part: “You cannot with-, draw' wdthin yourselves. You owe yourselves to the community. The great mass of the people today are looking for somebody to help them lift their eyes upward, and you gen tlemen are the guide-posts; you arc marked men and cannot get away from your responsibilities in the community." BETHEL PASTOR TO GET HIGH COLLEGE HONORS TOTTENVILLE. May 1.—Rev. Os cur E. J.oseph, pastor of Bethel Methodist church, has recetved word from Dickinson College at Carlisle, Pa., through Its president. J. H. Morgan, that he will be conferred with the degree of doctor of litera ture at the commencement exercises to be held at the college on June 6. Announcement was made at the morning service at the church yes terday by Arthur H. Yetman. presi dent of the board of trustees of the fact of the unusual honors to be be stowed on the pastor of the church. The degree is given for exceptional merit and very few men In Mr. Jo paiuu’ftv. although thev have received the degree of doctor of di vinity have ever been conferred with this honor. itev. Mr. Joseph, who recently re turned to Bethel church for another year, has done considerable literary work and is the author of six books. Mr. Yetman in his address congratu lated the pastor in behalf of the church and congregation on the hon or that is to be bestowed upon him by the college which is one of the oldest in the country having been founded in 1783. Mr. Joseph will leave the early part of June to ha.e the honors conferred on him by tile college. PLEASANT PLAINS Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garrison, of Manhattan, were visitors at Prince Bay yesterday. Val Arborgast is in Cuba on a business trip. Miss Margaret Green, of Passaic, has been visiting Miss Jane Barrow the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore DeGroft have been entertaining Miss M. Lyons, of Bridgeport, Conn. • Many attended the dance of Wat kins Post American Legion at Ber toncini’s Saturday night. Former Patrolman James Higgins is erecting a new house in Sherman avenue, Annadale. The Current Events Club of Itoss ville has arranged for a euchre at the parish house Thursday night in aid of the library fund. TOTTENVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Williams, of the Bronx, visited relatives here yesterday. air. <tiiu iui a. 11111• j ^ * — returned to Rochester after visiting here. Airs. Edwin Markham will speak at the Tottenville library Wednes day night at 8 o’clock. The public Is invited. Mrs. Frank Fidler has returned to Haverstraw after visiting her daughter the past week. Fred Parson of Johnson avenue assumes the superintendency of the Tpttenville plant of the Atlantic Terra Cotta Company today. Harry Muller and Clarence Wood of Port Richmohd. were sent to the county jail for two days Saturday in default of paying $25 each for speeding. Police Inspector Cornelius Caha lane. formerly a lieutenant at Tot tenville was on Saturday night pro moted by Commissioner Enright to deputy chief inspector in charge of Manhattan headquarters at night. Two brush tires, one at Pleasant Plains and the other at Annadale. called out the volunteer firemen at those places yesterday. A conference of the superinten dents of the various postal stations on Staten Island, will be held to morrow afternoon with Postmaster Foggin at St. George. Bentley Hodge. Odd Fellows, is scheduled to meet tonight ST SO. SIDY _ Haroid Hoffmann Elected President-Banquet Planned Many Attend 1st Meeting SOUTH AMBOY, May I.—The re sponse to the appeal to the gradu al* of the South Amboy high school for the reorganization of the Alumni Association, met with a response that was not altogether hoped for at this time. Many that had graduated front the local school in y *ars gone by turned out to help reorganize | the association Into an uetive lo cal assemblage. Pro essor <>. Boyce outlined the possibilities that would ris»* from an active scholastic organization laying particular stress on what the efforts of the organization would mean to tjie young student. Harold <1. Hoffman was elected pr* sident for a term of one year, while the following were nam'-d as officers in conjunction: Mrs. Robert P. Mason, first vice president; Miss Ruth Newton, second vice president; Miss Sarah Deibert. scretary; Frank r5. Orominger, treasurer. Harold Huffman The advisory committee consists of Harry S. Medinets, Mrs. Eulmer Burchardt. Ralph Crane, Percey H. Locker, Miss Kathryn Gundrum. The committee in charge of the banquet to be given the week of commencement is composed of the following: Miss Helen Parker. Mrs. Ralph Crane, S. Newell James. J. Arthur Ingraham. Mrs. J. L. Pitt and Miss Mary Hillman. On Friday of this week the com mittee on by-laws will meet at 7 o’clock when a set of by-laws will be offered for their approval. The banquet committee at this time will render a report of their doings with regard to this event. The banquet committee have been advised to meet in conjunction with the ad visory board of the faculty in the near future. The new organization took off with a good start and the interest that is manifested at this time will undoubtedly continue. Plans for regular events are underway and a live organization of scholastics is looked for in this city. At a recent meeting the high school orchestra furnished an attrac tive musical program. KEASBEY Botli fire companies of the district were called out last evening at u.uii o’clock to extinguish a brush fire near King George’s road and Crew’s Mill road. Alarm was turned in from box No. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lipka and child were out of town visitors yes terday. * Protection Fire Company No. 1 is scheduled to meet tonight at 8 o’clock. The election of oiHcers will not take place at tonight's meeting. Paul Szentmiklossy and William Maier motored to Plainfield last week. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burke and children, of Perth Amboy, visited Mr. and Mrs. William Homer yes terday. There will be a naris'i meeting of St. Luke's Episcopal church at the Fords school tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. A social hour will follow 'he meeting and a good time is in stone for all who attend. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer La Forge en tertained friends and relatives from I'erth Amboy yesterday. Mrs. Margaret Quish. of Metu chen, visited at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. James Quish yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfeiffer and son Irwin. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schuster and son Kenneth. Jacob and Walter Bertram motored to South River yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fesler enter tained out of town relatives at their home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fullerton, of Perth Amboy, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fullerton yes terday. Mrs. Nels Lawritzen and daughter were out of town visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Vroora enter tained friends at their home yester day. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Deik en tertained out of town relatives and friends at their home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Lund enter tained relatives from Fords and Perth Amboy at their home yester day. SOUTH AMBOY The regular monthly meeting of the auxiliary to the South Amboy Hospital Association is scheduled to take place in the city hall today. A large number of the members are expected to be present for this occasion. On Friday night the high school athletic association will hold an in formal dance in the auditorium of the school. Johnstone's joymakers will be in charge of the musical pro gram. . Tonight »t 8 o'clock, the Past Councillors' Association. O. of P.. will meet at the home of Mrs. Jo seph Compton . Troop No. 1. Boy Scouts of Amer ica. are planning a father and son dinner, to be held on May 8 at their headquarters. Speakers of note will be on hand to address the boys on the occasion of their sixth anni versdry. Vincent Buck spent yesterday at the home of friends at New York City. All trains of the Raritan River Railroad will run on Daylight saving time. The prog;am to be broadcasted to I'ight at 7 o’clock by W J V. (N» w ark) and tomorrow by \V O R < L, Bamberger A Company of Newark) and W J Z on 360 meters follow: Tomorrow by W. O. R. 10:30—Popular Songs. M:30—Smilfs by J. K. K. 12:30—Special selection of violin records. 1:30—Postmaster Frank \ Bock of Newark, N. J.. will talk to the Radio audience in the interest of *‘C. 8. Postal Improvement Week.” The subket will be ”Tiie Travels of a letter.” 2:30—Paul Meinert. baritone ot Newark will sing the following: a. "Araby.” b. “Man da lay." c. "Carmena” Accompanied by Hardman repro ducing player piano. Mr. Mein ert will also render selections on a one string violin. 3:30—Care of the hair by Gladys Morrell. A talk under the aus pices >)f Klizabeth Arden, spe cialist in personal loveliness. 4: JO— Radio for the laymen, the third of a series of interesting talks by Albert K. Bonn, technical editor of tho Radio department of the Newark Sunday Call. 5:30—A concert by Mrs George Haney, contralto of the Second Presbyterian church of Newark, N. J., aecbnrpanied by James Phil ipson of the Firth avenue church PERTH AMBOY GUN CLUB BEATEN BY BOUND BROOK By a margin of twelve birds the Perth Amboy Gun Club lost Its shoot at Mound Brook on Saturday afternoon. E. B. Woodruff, of the opposing team and Anthony Alberts, also of Round Rrook. were high guns for the day with totals of 97 dead birds out 100 targets. John Hanson was high man for the local outfit with 90 hroken hjue rocks, while Albert G. Waters and A. Schrimpf were tied for second local honors with totals of 9 4each. The totals of the five high guns of each team gave Perth Amboy 460 dead birds out of 500 targets to 481 for Bound Brook. Following are the scores made by the local shooters: John Hanson .<96 Albert G. Waters . 94 A. Schrimpf . 94 Oscar Mundy . 93 Albert Ivins . 92 George Conover. 92 John Paskie . 91 Jack Reed . 91 H. W. Hartman . 90 Frank Muldoon . 90 A. A. Deter. 89 Frederick Schwerd . 89 Capt. Raymond Elila . 87 Routs Belloff . 87 Samuel Barton . 83 Scott Burns . 77 George Parsons . 72 William E. Rarcombe . D9 Hound Broog scores were as fol lows : Woodruff . if Alberts . 97 Kinney . 90 Molnear ...«. 90 Stryker . 95 Ohler . 91 Barclay .. 91 Bednar . 94 Brokaw . 93 Anthony . 93 Whiteman .. 91 Duryea .. 91 Dannder . 90 Emmons . 90 Hoffmeier . 89 Hunt . 8S Wales .. 89 Ord .. 88 Case . 87 It is understood that the Bound Brook outfit will shoot at the Perth Amboy Club on Saturday afternoon. May 27. COURSE OF LECTURES FOR ST. MARY’S, SOUTH AMBOY SOUTH AMBOY, May 1:—-The course of lectures to be given at St. Mary’s church during this week by the Rev. John McKey, C.M., of St. Vincent’s Seminary. Philadelphia, opened last night at S o’clock. The Rev. Dr. Edward C. Griffen. pastor of St. Mary’s church, an nounced yesterday that he had sent throughout the city several hundred invitations to Protestants to attend during the week. In the communi cation he outlined the program to be pursued throughout the week. One of the interesting features of the week of lectures is a question box arranged at the entrance of the church where questions may be Placed at all hours of the day. These questions will be answered at tho j evening service by Father McKey, | who personally conducts all the lec i tures. "Appeal to Reason" was the tith: I of the discourse at the service last | night. Tonight the topic for dis course will be "Were You from I Mars." On Tuesday night, “The Un i broken Chain;" Wednesday. “Fealty ! to a Foreigner;** Thursday, “Blas phemer;” Friday, “The Queen," (B V. M.); Sunday morning. 10:45 o’clock, “Cross and Crowm;’’ Sunday infill, A Xiaiu OitJTUg. KEYPORT Lieut. George Wetsel, t. S. N.. is spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. Paul G. Zimmermanii. Lieut. Wetsel has just returned from two years duty in the Orient, and prior to arriving in Keyport had Just com pleted a trip around the world. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Smith were guests of friends at Perth Amtboy on Saturday. Ladles night will be observed in Calvary M. E. church tomorrow r.ight, when all the women of the church are invited to be present. The speakers will be Mrs. Harry Batters by of Red Bank, and Mrs. Wesley B. Stout of Ocean Grove. An en tertainment will be presented and re freshments will be served. Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Brewin leave Keyport today for Rev. Brewin's new charge at Canonsburg. Pa. Rev. Mr. Brewin has served as rector of St. Mary's Episcopal church for the past year. He will serve St. Thom as' church at Canonsburg. No suc cessor has as yet been secured to assume the rectorship of the local church. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Brady and daughter Elizabeth, Miss Leona Ma son and Miss E. Boyce hav returned after having attended the conven tion of the New Jersev Epworth League held at Woodbury this week. On Thursday evening a Father and Son banquet will be neld in Cal vary M. E. church. The speakers will be M. C. Campbell, of Collinge wood, and Dr. Charles Elder, chap lain of the New Jersey state prison at Trenton, whose topic will be "Why Men Go Wrong.” Men and boys art invited to attend this ban A^ J‘7 . New York. Program: a where My Caravan H is Heated.' with a Violin obligato, b. "Horn \l e"„ c- "Thank G'xl tor n Gar den, d. "In An Old Fashioned Town." 6:30—Sky pictures for the kiddiei by Mr. Itadlobug. 6:45—Hedtlnie stories for the chil dren. by I'nele George ■loginning nt 7 O’cloc k Tonight liy by XV .1 7,. 7:00 p. m.—Children's Poems bj Mary Allan Smart of N. Y 7:20 P. m.- Stories from St. Nlc-h olioc Magazine; courusv of the Century Co. [ 7-'3s P- rn.—"The Hope ft't Side ol the Cancer Problem." by Franrli I Campbell. M. IV. Courtesy of the Brooklyn Chanter of the Ameri ran Hed Cross. 3 to 10-15 p. m—Concert giver under the direction of r'has. It Isaacson of the N. Y’. Kvcnlm I Mail. Special concert cdebratini "New York’s Third Music Week." Tomorrow by XX' J 7. 7.00 p. m.—"Man in tie Moon' _storlea (c) Newark Sunday Call. *:30 p. m.—"Postal Improvernen by Geo. McLaughlin, Assistan Postmaster of Newark. 7:45 p. m.—"Physical Culture" hi l»r. Royal Copeland. Health Com misaioner. city of N. Y. 3 to ^10:15 p. m.—Cvneert bj Rldgely's Famous «!>th Regimen Band. Lieut. Clifford K. Ridgelv hand leader. ciuet which will be served for i small charge. Lloyd F. Armstrong is a surgica patient In the Long Branch hos Pita!, where he was operated upor for acute appendicitis liy |)r. Fields Mrs. Charles J. Durr, of New Ha ven. Conn., is the guest of Mr. ant Mrs. M. Lester Terry. Krnest G. Munch, of Brooklyn was the week end guest of Mr. am Mrs. R. S. White. MAN DROPS DEAD .John Krupa. fifty-eight years old of 697 Penn street, a weigher at th American Smelting & Refining Com pany’s plant here, dropped dea. while at work about 11:30 o’clocl yesterday morning. Heart failur was given as the cause of the man death. Krupa had been employe at the A. S. & R. plant for the pa. twelve years. He is survived by j wife and five grown-up ehildrer Funeral arrangements are bein, made. *- — ■■ ■ --— ------- -mm r| ^‘Mah LEON’S Your BUY-WORD I Club Plan Sale Of 7 he I New I I NEPONSET WEEK Big Bargains in America’s Most Popular Floor-Covering Sq. yd. 59c ~ Sq. yd. 59c NOTE THESE VERY LOW PRICES 6x9 ft. Genuine Neponset l7C Rugs; only . 7%x9 ft. Genuine Neponset QC Rugs; only . 9x10% ft. Genuine d»| A yC Neponset Rugs only.A I 9x12 ft. Genuine O Neponset Rugs; only.vlsiil v NEPONSET, CQ ! 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ON THE CORNER SMITH AND STATE STREETS b--■ cWei ON THE CORNER SMITH ANT STATE STREETS KGtViE SERVILE DRIVE | EXTENDED HI KEYPORT KEYPORT. May I.—With th* ex | j.Hion of the Salvation Army Drive » for another week little anxiety it* j feit by the committee ,n charge that j the quota of $500 will not be over * subscribed. Today a goodly sum ta . in the hands of the \arious collet - i ! tors, this to be turned ifa during the | week to the treasurer. Mis. Charles - S. Jenks. The factories of the l»orough arc - doing extremely well. The Whltall-; Tatum Company has come forward * | with $27.50. this in view of the fact j I that several collections have alread> j | been taken at the plant for various' | important works of interest to the employees. Hugh Robinson, super intendent of the Aero marine com- ! pany In charge of the drive at that J i factory reports that $100 have a I- j ready been subscribed with more to ; follow. Mrs. James T. Walling and Mrs. William T. Van Mater report $15 50 while Mrs. Lewis Yeck reports $10. 60. Edward W. Younr reports $3. j 60 and Miss Margaret Bedle $11.60. The business section of the borough ! will be canvassed this week by Dr. H. T. Hopkins, who is captain ot this district. At the entertainment held by the , local post of the American Legion or Friday evening a sum of $20 was taken by voluntary offerings. H. Lewis Hutchinson, superintendent of ! Steiner's factory, reports progress and will make a final report of the collection at this factory on Wednes day. Ira IM. Ansnrge, chairman of the drive in the local shirt factory, has not as yet made his report but it is known that a substantial sum has been subscribed. With the holding of a tag day on Saturday the final efforts will close and no money will be collected after next Saturday evening. May 6. Other canvassers are known to have collected goodly sums but are holding the amounts in order to pos sibly swell the fund during the week. METUCHEN * The funeral services of the late ■ Mrs. Emma Willmont, who was ac I cidently killed at her home, were 4 held Thursday morning. Dr. Fenton ■ officiating. Mrs. Willmont was in her * seventy-fourth year and leaves tw^ I sons and two daughters. Robert 4 Willmont and Herbert Willmont. 1 Mrs. Shomberg Watson and Miss Grace Willmont. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ayers and j p ' jj Spring rime Is Seed T" I ime Plant also a few dollars in the savings bank and watch that grow We Pay 4% Interest Perth A-bay j| Savings LL Institution Ak Perth Amboy, X. J. 1 ' - 1 i i ■ ■ — young son have moved to Newark. , F. C. Meyers will open a hardware anti paint store In the Boroughs budding formerly occupied by the post office. Edgar F. Spear was married to Misa Marcia De Bona, of Highland Park, Saturday noon, at St. James Episcopal church. New Brunswick. Only a few most intimate friends were informally Invited to be pres ent. This week the T. M. C. A. drive will be on, and extensive plans are being made to bring the sum sub scribed up to $15,000. Charles Prickett sailed Saturday for Florida and expects to be absent a month at least. The federation meeting at Lake wood Saturday was well attended, many of our local club members be ing present. Library parties were given during the past week by Mrs. Lee Pennock. Mrs. "Duke” Potter and Mrs. FreJ Ay ers. Mies Florence Jones entertained the bridge club of the younger eel at her home. •Roselawn,” Friday evening. Most of the members wera present and prizes were won by Mrs. Pattison and Mra. Thompson. Messrs. K. Dana and M. Potter. Dr. Mason has begun rebuilding the cottage on Linden avenue that was recently burned when almost completed. George Litterst is building a cot tage on his property on Linden ave nue. Miss Clara Craig gave a dinner party at her home Saturday evening. Thorfin Tait enjoyed a fishing trip over the week-end. Club members are planning to at tend the annual federation meeting to be held at Atlantic City this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Strong and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Johnson motored to Sea Clfit Saturday. Mr. and Mra. C. E Abell will spend the summer at Avon.