Anything May Happen - February 28, 1943
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GREETINGS

Commissioner Page and Chief Dooling, titular heads and guiding officers of Tren- ton’s far-flung police system, have expressed their enthusiastic approval of the spirit and diligence of the rank and file that has made possible tonight’s production.

 
Honorable

George W. Page

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY

CITY OF TRENTON

 

     Some of “our men in blue” have gone Hollywood tonight in a farce which is challenging demonstration to the dramatic ability of Bob Hope, Spencer Tracy and Pat O’Brien. It will be as impressive a performance as Trentonians have ever seen – I hope. I believe that such an event is not only stimulating to the morale of the department but worthy of my endorsement.

Along with my best wishes to the cast goes the hope that “Anything May Happen” will prove a very entertaining vehicle.
     I, too, would like to remember the 25 young men of the department who are now in the service of the armed forces of the United States, some of whom were among the cast at its last presentation.

 

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Honorable

William A. Dooling

CHIEF OF THE

TRENTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

 
 

     The Police Department of the City of Trenton welcomes the citizen-patrons in quest of wholesome entertainment presented by the police personnel.
     The response to the seat sale is gratifying, and the show’s fine reception is symbolic of the

Good feeling that prevails between the citizens and the uniformed defenders of their interests and property. It is just this type of spirit that makes our community the neighborly and orderly city that it is. May you enjoy the show – “Anything May Happen.”

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Greetings!

     To our friends who are present tonight we wish to express our deep appreciation for the manifestation of their interest in this, our Annual Police Show.

     Likewise, to our friends and brother policemen, who, while not present, are, nevertheless, with us in spirit, and who, by their generosity, having assisted us, we also extend our deep gratitude. In issuing this Manual the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association of Trenton owe a debt of gratitude to its many friends and subscribers for their kind assistance and helpful response in furthering its worthy purposes.

     In presenting this program for the Show for 1943 to our members and guest, we would gratefully call their attention to the names and businesses of those who have taken advertisement space herein. WE COMMEND THEM TO YOUR FAVOR.

     To them and our many friends we give hearty thanks and hope they find it to their interest to continue their patronage.

     We trust this evening will be an enjoyable one and be ever remembered in the minds and hearts of all present.

PATROLMEN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION
LOCAL No. 11
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY

 

The Policemen Is Your Friend

     CO-OPERATION between the public and its Police Department makes for efficiency and the result us better service to the taxpayers.

     The modern police officer desires to serve, if given the opportunity by you who employ him. To serve you he must have your confidence. Today’s Police Department has many duties other than arrest violators. One of the primes reasons for the existence of the organization is the protection of life, safeguarding you and your family against fire, accidents, or dangerous persons who might cause bodily harm.

     Respect for the blue uniform should be taught to children by their parents to the extent that they should have trust and confidence in a POLICE OFFICER and regard him as a friend to turn to with their troubles. When this is done you will find that you have sown the seed of civic righteousness that produces good citizens.

 

Officers of the P. B. A., Local No. 11

WILLIAM SPARKSPresident
CHARLES CURLEYVice President
FRANCIS PARRRec. Secretary
JAMES ELWOODFin. Secretary
NICHOLAS HUDIKTreasurer
THOMAS McDONOUGH    Legislative Delegate
JOHN PAPERNECKSergeant-at-Arms
PETER DILLONDelegate

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Members of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association,
Local No. 11

Chief William A. DoolingTrenton Police
Chief MahnPrinceton Police
Chief ForstEwing Township Police
Chief StonakerLawrence Township Police

Captains, Trenton Police

 

Patrolmen

 

Patrolmen

 

Patrolmen

 

Johnson B. Konover

 

 

Brunn, G.

 

 

Hollaran

 

 

Rich

 

Thomas A. Cooney

 

 

Brunn, J.

 

 

Hiel

 

 

Robinson

 

Edward A. Barry

 

 

Bond

 

 

Hudik

 

 

Richmond

 

James A. DiLouie

 

 

Ball

 

 

Hudiak

 

 

Schulz

 

 

 

 

Bruthers

 

 

Hennon

 

 

Swann

Lawrence Township Police

 

 

Barelkowski

 

 

Kelly

 

 

Salato

 

O. G. Wood

 

 

Cochran

 

 

Kish

 

 

Solinski

 

 

 

 

Colacello

 

 

Keegan

 

 

Schnorbus, V.

Lieutenants

 

 

Collins

 

 

Koenig

 

 

Schnorbus, J.

 

William Mullen

 

 

Cobine

 

 

Knosky

 

 

Smythe

 

Charles Mullen

 

 

Chorazy

 

 

Kane

 

 

Sparks

 

William Stanley

 

 

Clancy

 

 

Konetzko

 

 

Scymanski

 

Joseph Welsh

 

 

Cooney

 

 

Kendall

 

 

Swick

 

George Gilbert

 

 

Curley

 

 

Kowal

 

 

Siebers

 

John Sullivan

 

 

Carrigan

 

 

Karpovage

 

 

Soden

 

Anthony Raywood

 

 

Callery

 

 

Lawton

 

 

Slaboda

 

Chester Hughes

 

 

Carroll

 

 

Lee

 

 

Schieferstien

 

William Bentley

 

 

Callahan, E.

 

 

Moffett

 

 

Sabo

 

James Egan

 

 

Creeden

 

 

Morrison

 

 

Siebel

 

Andrew Delate

 

 

Connors

 

 

Minch

 

 

Stryker

 

John Milozar

 

 

Comfort

 

 

Magrelli

 

 

Skilton

 

John Gress

 

 

Dreshler

 

 

Mooney, A.

 

 

Toth

 

Charles Dawson

 

 

Dennis

 

 

Mooney, C.

 

 

Travis

 

 

 

 

DiLouie

 

 

Milozar

 

 

Tonne

Sergeants

 

 

Dempsey

 

 

Meturi

 

 

Tracy

 

William Baxter

 

 

Dempski

 

 

Myer, W.

 

 

Thompson, F.

 

Francis McCarty

 

 

Donahue

 

 

Miller

 

 

Thompson, W.

 

Ferdinand Pilger

 

 

Dillon

 

 

Myer, E.

 

 

Toft

 

Frank Fagan

 

 

Dobron

 

 

Mondone

 

 

Veldoff

 

Adolph Miller

 

 

Domanski

 

 

Murray

 

 

Walker

 

John Mooney

 

 

Domres

 

 

Meglis

 

 

Wistishin

 

Roy Denson

 

 

Driber

 

 

Morris

 

 

Williams

 

John Bowen

 

 

Ellis

 

 

McGann

 

 

Welsh

 

Albert Mostrangeli

 

 

Etcovitz

 

 

McDonough

 

 

Weidman

 

Ferdinand Erbe

 

 

Ellwood

 

 

McDermott

 

 

Winston

 

John Lanahan

 

 

Frascella, Dan

 

 

McDonald

 

 

Walters

 

John Munder

 

 

Frascella, Don

 

 

McGurk

 

 

Weber

 

Louis Neese

 

 

Fell

 

 

McKeen

 

 

Whenry

 

 

 

 

Glennon, F.

 

 

McCoy

 

 

Walczak

Patrolmen

 

 

Glennon, H.

 

 

McKeever

 

 

Ziegler

 

Ammann

 

 

Green, W.

 

 

Noon

 

 

Zelly

 

Arendt

 

 

Green, I.

 

 

Newman

 

 

 

 

Aldrich

 

 

Galinat

 

 

Newell

 

 

 

 

Adams

 

 

Geohrig

 

 

Nahr

 

 

 

 

Applegate

 

 

George

 

 

Nabinger

 

 

 

 

Bascik

 

 

Goodwin

 

 

O'Brien, D.

 

 

 

 

Butcher, R.

 

 

Gronakowski

 

 

O'Brien, M.

 

 

 

 

Butcher, J.

 

 

Griggs

 

 

Oberding

 

 

 

 

Blackwell

 

 

Hoffman

 

 

Ownes

 

 

 

 

Bickel

 

 

Hoffmann

 

 

Price

 

 

 

 

Bennet

 

 

Haines

 

 

Povost

 

 

 

 

Burke

 

 

Hyer

 

 

Parr

 

 

 

 

Bacovin

 

 

Hassel

 

 

Parkinson, J.

 

 

 

 

Brown

 

 

Hartpence

 

 

Paperneck

 

 

 

 

Blanche

 

 

Hartman, A.

 

 

Perferi

 

 

 

 

Burns

 

 

Hartman, H.

 

 

Piffatt

 

 

 

 

Bernath

 

 

Holsneck

 

 

Quinn, W.

 

 

 

 

Buckley

 

 

Hort

 

 

Quinn, J.

 

 

 

 

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Members in the Armed Forces of the U.S.A.

CHARLES ANDERSON

JOSEPH G. BARRETT

PAUL BASCO

FRANK BARELKOWSKI

LAWRENCE BLOKING

FRANK G. BORBELY

JOSEPH CALLAHAN

MARTIN COUGHLIN

CHARLES DAWSON

HERBERT FORD

FRANK FOWLER

RAYMOND FULKERT

JOHN A. GRESS

WILSON C. HERBERT

JULIUS KUNCA

EDGAR F. KNOWLES

GEORGE KNOWLES

THOMAS LA ROSSA

NICHOLAS LITCHFUSS

JOHN McSTRAVICK

MAXWELL PARKINSON

CHARLES R. PRICKETT

EDWARD SILVERGLADE

JOHN STEINER

CHARLES W. TAYLOR

ROBERT E. LEAHEY

FRANK BIRD

PETER McCRONHAN

Our heritage has always been freedom,
We cannot afford to relinquish it;
Our armed forces will safeguard that heritage
If we, too, do our share to preserve it.

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