New Brunswick High School - Advocate Yearbook (New Brunswick, NJ)

 - Class of 1952

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8 The Advocate Mar llllrmnrial The long anticipated war memorial, com' memorating those graduates who died in WVorld Mlar I1 which was given by the Class of 1946, was dedicated on Armistice Day, 1951. A chill November wind blew as students, teachers and citizens lined the sidewalks and crowded Livingston Avenue. The New Brunswick High School band and the choir, directed by Max Pecker and Mrs. George Robinson, respectively, performed. The ceremony began at 9:00 A.M. Civic leaders from New Brunswick and soldiers from Camp Kilmer participated in the dedi- cation address, taps and a four gun salute. Colonel Francis Deisher, ex-officer of the Army R.O.T.C., Rutgers, Capt. Richard E. Anthony, Camp Kilmer, Louis Greenwald, head of the Veteran's Alliance, Mayor John Lynch, Superintendent Maurice Rowland, Principal Robert C. Carlson, Mfillard Lind- strom, Guidance Department, the Rev. john Paul Adamowski, and representatives of the American L e g i o n , Jewish Wfar Veterans, Catholic lA7ar Veteran's post of this city took part in the program. Father Adamowski, giving the keynote ad- dress sta-ted, "There is some consolation found in this grim story, for these men did not suffer and die in vain. They died so freedom and justice which God wants for us all might not perish." Mr, Rowland added that such a tribute is "not in the mighty arch of stone, but in per- sonal sacrihcef' Mr. Carlson read the list of the war dead. He and Mayor Lynch each placed wreaths on the memorial. First suggested by the class of 1946, the members of the student councils of 1951 and 1952 worked hard to complete all details. The boulder, about three feet high, was presented by Cook-Egan Memorials, who also furnished the bronze plaque at cost. Landscaping around the stone was done without cost by Nicholas Van der Kraats and the Bosenberg Nursery. Qjoe Ciraco, Arlene Swansboro, Ken Lang- don and Miss Sally Tischler, student council adviser, made all arrangements for the mem- orial and dedication ceremony. SHA RON STILWVELL.

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