This day in History Jan. 25 1923

This day in History Jan. 25 1923

The Daily Home News New Brunswick, N.J. Thurs. January 25 1923


Fred C. Schneider Buys Former Rubber Plant and Leases Same to Art Concern—Will Employ 100 Men.

Through the efforts of County Engineer Fred C. Schneider, another industrial plant will locate in Milltown within the next two weeks. Negotiations were completed this morning at the office of the Utility Construction Company for leasing the Tri-Unity Rubber Company plant on Washington avenue, Milltown, to the Royster Art Company of Boston.

The Tri-Unity Rubber plant was purchased Tuesday at a Chancery sale by Mr. Schneider for $10,500. The receiver of the plant was Howard J. Booream of Milltown. The sale is subject to confirmation by the Court of Chancery at Trenton on next Tuesday.

The Royster Art Company is now located on Federal street, Boston, Mass., and it is planned by the company to operate a. branch factory in Milltown.   The company will employ about 100 men when in full operation. About twenty men will be brought from the Boston plant.

The company is engaged in the manufacture of high-colored papers and boxes. Fancy high-colored paper candy and perfume boxes, etc. will be manufactured at the Milltown plant

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