|Title||Ad, newspaper: HOBOKEN Means BUSINESS. Board of Commissioners, Hoboken; Jersey Journal, Oct. 4, 1946.|
|Object Name||Ad, Newspaper|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Newspaper advertisement: HOBOKEN Means BUSINESS. Ad placed in The Jersey Journal, October 4, 1946 by City Commissioners of Hoboken. Notarized affidavit of publication attached. Text is in notes.
Advertisement: 11-3/4" x 14-3/4" high, folded; attachment: 7" x 8-1/2" wide.
While not a true legal notice, the affidavit is typical of the type used for those official ads and was apparently certified proof of publication for whomever paid for the ad which may have been the City of Hoboken, but also possibly the Hoboken Chamber of Commerce or a Hudson County agency.
Hoboken's Natural Advantages Offer Manufacturers And Business Firms Ideal Locations for Plant and Distributing Center
City Commissioners of Hoboken
HOBOKEN Means BUSINESS
Hoboken is ready for big business Now!
Hoboken invites manufacturers from near and far to investigate its many natural advantages.
Hoboken has excellent sites available immediately for industries which are planning future prosperity through proper location.
Here you will find easy access to rail, water and highway transportation—in fact unequalled in the New York metropolitan zone.
Ships operate at the city waterfront from the finest docks in thf-harbor-with connecting facilities with all the main railroads of the country.
Nowhere in the port are there such diversified natural advantages to produce goods for the world's markets at lower costs and distribute them easily and quickly at lower prices than on the west bank of the Hudson in Hoboken.
Geographically, Hoboken is in a key spot for producer, distributor, business man, resident. It is nearer financial and amusement centers of the world's greatest city than most of New York itself and more convenient.
Hoboken has unexcelled trucking service to Metropolitan New York, which is proven to be quicker and more economical than the congested streets of Manhattan,
Hoboken is only a few minutes' shipping time from the Holland Vehicular Tunnel and the Lincoln Tubes with modern highways leading to the George Washington Bridge. Six ferry crossings are also available.
Manufacturers here of long standing realize the multiple advantages presented by the Mile-Square City and are planning expansion with model factory Buildings,
The City Commissioners, ever mindful to promote the welfare of the municipality, have adopted a broad policy of cooperation with industries locating here.
Regular passenger and freight service to and from all parts of the world direct, await you with our water and rail facilities.
Every encouragement is given to world-wide commerce by the City Commissioners for new industries desiring to make their future headquarters here.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT - CONSULT YOUR BROKER TODAY
Hoboken Is a Progressive Modern City
. . . with first class police and fire departments, twenty-nine miles of paved streets, modern sewers, fine parks and residential sections and excellent educational facilities and churches. Few cities enjoy the natural advantages that have fallen to the lot of the City of Hoboken as an industrial and residential community. Before locating that new factory it will pay to consider Hoboken.
[facsimile signature] B.N. McFeely [printed] Mayor
[photo left: McFeely]
Mayor Bernard N. McFeely
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Mayor Bernard N. McFeely
EDWARD J. MURNANE
Director of Finance
MICHAEL F. KEARINS
Director of Public Safety
THOMAS J. McALEER
Director of Public Works
FRANK P. ROMANO
Director of Parks and Public Property
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
Elizabeth S. Larkin
being duly sworn, according to law, upon her oath saith that she is the Bookkeeper of THE JERSEY JOURNAL, a newspaper printed and published in Jersey City, County and State aforesaid, and that a notice, of which the annexed is a true copy, was published in the said newspaper for one time, on the 4th day of October 1946.
[signature] Elizabeth S. Larkin
Sworn and subscribed before me this 4th day of October A.D. 1946, [signature] Anna E. Beal [printed] Notary Public, N.J.
Larkin, Elizabeth S.
McFeely, Bernard N.
McAleer, Thomas J.
Murnane, Edward J.
Kearins, Michael F.
Romano, Frank P.
|Year Range from||1946|
|Year Range to||1946|
Jersey Journal, The
Board of Commissioners, Hoboken
Government & Politics
Business & Commerce