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Copyright—The Red Bank Register, Inc., 1965.
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MONMOUTH COUNTY'S HOME NEWSPAPER FOR 87 YEARS
BtasaA C3В«w Pojt>eВ«
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1965
PAGE ONE
7c PER COPY
Dinkelspiel, Cioffi Also Win in Runoff
Phillips Tops in Long Branch Vote
LONG BRANCH — Political
newcomer Donald L. Phillips
astounded the experts yesterday
as he emerged as high man in
the balloting for three at-large
city council seats.
Finishing close behind Mr. Phillips and gaining the other two
seats being contested in the runoff were incumbent Councilmen
Edgar N. Dinkelspiel and Henry
R. Cioffi.
Mr. Phillips received 3.348
votes while Mr. Dinkelspiel collected 3,266 tallies and Mr. Cioffi finished with 3,152 votes.
The other three candidates
were Amedeo V. (Army) Ippolito, a long time teacher and former football coach at Long
Branch High School, with 3,128
votes, and incumbent Councilman
Walter George with 712 ballots.
Mr. Phillips had finished fourth
behind Mr. Dinkeisplel, Mr. Cioffi and Mr. Ippolito in the May 11
election, which saw six of the
original aspirants for the three
seats eliminated.
A run-off election was necessary because none of the candidates received a majority of the
total votes cast.
Observers had given Mr. Phillips a chance to oust Mr. Cioffi
for the third position on the ballot, but his first place finish
came as a total surprise.
Only 6,364 people exercised
their voting franchise in yesterday's election. This figure tops
the number of votes cast in the
May 11 election by nine.
Theories advanced for the light
vote were the possible change in
the form of government in November resulting in a "what does
it matter?" attitude, the opening
of Monmouth Park, the cold
weather, and the fact that this
was the third election within a
month and followed close on the
heels of the June 1 primary.
Mr. Phillips thanked his many
supporters and said he owed
his jump in the standings strict-,
ly to "good organization." . HВ«'
gained a total of 921 votes from
his May 11 total. The 38-year-old
former fire chief said he did not
know if his election meant that
he would have to give up his job
as superintendent of the fire
alarm system in Long Branch.
(See PHILLIPS, Page 2)
Action Follows Airport Bombing
THE WINNERS—Incumbent Councilmen Henry R. Cioffi,
l i f t , and Edgar N. Dinkelspiel, right, flank political
newcomer Donald L. Phillips at they go over return
from yeiterday'i runoff election which saw them win
the three at-large seats on City Council. With them
here it Oily Olerk Sanifa J . Camatsa.
Mrs. Wilson
Backs Mazza
For Mayor
Viet Cong Am
Capture GI,Down
SAIGON, South Viet Nam liary bullet- Another helicopter blast, 9 Vietnamese, 2 Indians were reported working in thej The majority were released Security officials said the
(AP) — A large Viet Cong force evacuated the surviving crew- and 1 French national were re- terminal building or on business after treatment, the spokesmen bomb was a plastic explosive
ambushed a government convoy men and the body of the dead ported injured, a U.S. spokes- there. Military spokesmen said said, and the most seriously in- weighing between 10 and 20
15 miles southwest of Saigon American,
man said. Other reports said 17 were Army personnel, 15 jured person appeared to be a pounds. It exploded in an Air
today, apparently captured the In addition to the 34 Ameri- two French citizens were hurt. were Air Force men and 2 were Vietnamese who suffered a bro- France freight office overlookAmerican adviser with the unit ans wounded In the airport All the injured Americans Navy.
ken leg.
ing the main waiting room.
and shot down a helicopter sent
in to relieve the convoy, U.S.
spokesmen announced.
One of the American crewmen
aboard the helicopter was killed
and the other three were seriously wounded, the spokesmen
said. The helicopter reportedly
exploded in the air and crashed.
In another part of Viet Nam,
LONG BRANCH - Council- serve more than two years as two U.S. Air Force fighters colwoman Lucy J. Wilson announced mayor,
lided and crashed, the spokeslast night that she is supporting Mr. Untermeyer has said he men announced. They said ons
Vincent J. Mazza for mayor.
Is available for the post which pilot parachuted to safety and
By FRANK W, HARBOUR
ect was to include Matawan Township, Union
provide flood control for the W*st Keansnurg.
She (aid she favored Mr. Maz- will come up for a vote at the was picked up but may have
Peach, Middlstown ^Eajt Keansburg) and KeansKeanriwrg *iea, $ e engineers, in their blueThe multi-million-dollar Bayshore erosion
H over -incumbent Mayor Milton July I orgwiziMkia meeting of been wounded.
burg,
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•
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prints, have extended a series of dfte* and a
project, already tangled in federal, state and
F. Untermeyer bettuse Mr. Maz- the new council.
Matawan Township, which would- have had
tidal gate access road some 800 feet into Union
,.-.-,Not Harmed
es live* in the city all year long Additional support for M
local red tape for four years, may be, snarled
to
pay
a
$128,000
share,
and
Union
Beach,
$H0.Beach
territory, west of Thome Crwt, tВ»#
and she believe) no nan should Mazza probably will be found in No one was seen parachuting
again because of a technicality, it was learned
000. decided a year ago not to participate.
boundary line.
the votes of Robert Lv-Benn and from the Other plant before it
yesterday.
The plan was redrawn, to include MiddleMeantime, based on the state agency's noticrashed, the spokesmen reportHenry R. Cioffi.
The "technicality" involves about 800 feet of
town, Ihe West Keansburg section of Raritan,
fication, in turn based on a. federal directive,
Mr. Cioffi stated last night that ed. Both planes were Al propell- . Union Beach property.
and Keansburg, at a total estimated cost of more
Middletown already has authorized its attorney
Mr. Mazza looked to be the er-driven fighters, which
After a number of major delays, the prothan $3$ million.
to draw the township's first bond ordinance,
"strongest contender" for the mally carry two persons.
- Matawan Township was dropped, and, suptotaling $90,000, for acquisition of East KeansA terrorist bomb exploded in ' gram, centered in the East Keansburg-Keanspost at this time.
burg area, and sponsored by the Army Corps
posedly. Union Beach.
burg easements, and Keansburg is preparing to
the civilian terminal building of
of Engineers, was to start this year.
Not Committed
The Bureau of Navigation last week sent
take the same action.
the Saigon airport, injuring 34
The project is to be coordinated by the stita
letters to Middletown, Keansburg and Raritan
However he noted that his mind Americans and at least 12 other
Raritan has taken no action, and Mayor
Department of Economic Development, Bureau
notifying them that all three have agreed to
Marvin Olinsky said yesterday it probably will
LONG BRANCH - H o w a r d J. is open to suggestions and that persons, but 120 U.S. troops
of
Navigation.
participate and the program was,to get under
wait "until this problem is straightened out"
Devaney, state executive director he has not committed himself waiting a short distance away to
way.
A major stipulation, for federal aid Is that all
board two jet transports for the
The question: Will the federal and state govof die National Conference of to anyone at this point.
municipalities
must
agree
to
participate
in
the
In checking the maps, however, It was con-,
emments have to backtrack and get Union
Christians and Jews, yesterday As for the possibility of he United States were not harmed,
program
by
providing
easements
and
"matching"
firmed
there
are
not
three
towns
involved—but
Beach's sanction for its participation in the proNone of the Americans was
urged policemen to continue with himself seeking the position, Mr
fund finances.
four.
gram.
• their education "no matter what Cioffi declared he would accept reported seriously injured.
la order to realign Waackaack Creek and
the
job
if
it
were
offered
to
him
In
the
convoy
ambush
southOriginally,
Monmouth
County's
erosion
proj(See. BAYSHORE, Page 2)
the cost."
but said he would be 'a most re- west of Saigon, an estimated
luctant candidate."
several hundred guerrillas atRelated Story, Photo en
"I don't enter any race I don't tacked a unit of about 40 VietSecond Section First Page
think I can win and I don't be- namese militia led by a district
lieve I have much of a chance chief and his U.S. Army adviser.
He spoke before 38 members of becoming the mayor," said The district chief escaped durof the Long Branch Police De- Mr. Cioffi.
ing the fire fight, but the AmerThe to mull over the tax question. been drafted outlining the Dem- tive of the Knights of Columbus law, compulsory driver training
partments at the final session The only comment Mr. Mazza ican was reported missing and PK1NCETON (AP) in New Jersey.
Of a six-week training program would make last night was to, 't was not immediately known Democratic
party's
platform Monmouth County Assembly" ocratic stand .oh it.
programs' in high schools and a
man Patrick J. Me Gann chair- McGann said the committee Mis s Strelecki asked that the
tn police and community rela confirm that
was available if any of the. militiamen es- committee heard three witnesses
pledge to try again to convince
man
of
the
committee,
said
the
would
meet
again
today
and
platform
contain
planks
urging
tkmj.
caped.
for Che job.
it a public hearing yesterday and tax issue had been "kicked might put all the planks togeth- enactment of an implied consent New York State to raise its drinkMr. Devaney noted that these It is believed that Mayor The helicopter apparently was
day* a policeman without a col- Untermeyer has only the firm hit in a fuel tank by an incen- ten returned to a closed session around" but nothing definite had er in a platform by tomorrow. law, a driving while impaired ing age from 16 to 21,
The toughest problem facing
lege degree has less and less support of Samuel A. Marks bethe five-member committee is
chance of being promoted as hind him now, with Edgar N.
how to word Ihe plank on taxes.
time goes by.
Dinkelspiel stating last night that
Honest Tax Plank
Solomon Lautman, first
he would like to become mayor
llstant county, prosecutor, c
Gov. Richard J. Hughes, who
and newly elected councilman
roborated Mr. Devaney's remarks Donald X. Phillips an unknown
must run on the platform, has
and added that "today's society factor at this stage of the game.
said he would insist on an honest
„ is making scholars of everyone."
tax plank. Hughes advocates a
Sees No Deadlock
WASHINGTON-While political who operate their own boats or
He said that the only way to keep However, the mayor exuded FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP — had written the board to remind committeeman said he favors state income tax.
.up with tne new generation is confidence yesterday when he Township Committeeman Albert it of his interest in building 212 leaving the-number of garden His republican opponent, state forces were gathering at home, are passengers on others in the
Rep. James J. Howard (D-3d waterway between Avon and Belthrough study.
said "I don't anticipate any dead- McCormick last night urged tha garden apartment units behind apartments up to the discretion of Sen. Wayne Dumont Jr., R-WarDist, N.J.) yesterday moved to mar joining the Ocean and Shark
ren, favors a sales tax.
Graduation Address
lock on the mayoralty contest." Planning Board to recommend to Koos Brothers on Rt. 9.
the board and the committee.
have the Coast Guard return its River.
Mr. Lautman delivered the Mr. Dinkelspiel's hopes rest the Township committee that tha The letter said that Mr. Winer- One hundred and one garden Some Democratic leaders, most
lookout at the Shark River Inlet Attention of Mr. Irwin was
graduation address to the group with a possible compromise be- present restrictions on the num- man first had submitted an ap- apartment unite just have been notably Essex County chairman
Tower at Avon, N. J.
called to the closing by Charles
• s a stand-in for county prose- tween the Untermeyer forces and her of garden apartments here ba plication in May, 1963, and that completed at the Stonehurst de- Dennis F. Carey, want the platAt Freehold, N. J., the Mon- Todd, a river commercial boatcutor Vincent P. Keuper.
the group supporting Mr.' Mazza, lifted.
his proposal has been promised velopment and the builder, the form to oppose enactment of a mouth County Board of Free- man.
Mr. Devaney lashed out at but the real kВ«y is Mr. Phillips. A township ordinance, limits first consideration when more J. D. Holding Co., of C'ressklll, broad-based tax.
holders adopted a resolution and "I can't understand the Coast
those who would divide a police If he votes for Mr. Mazza, the garden apartment units to 10 garden apartments become possi- have been authorized to build an Testifying before committee at
state Sen. Richard R. Stout (R- Guard's inability to. staff this
department by starting false ru. contest then would be solved, per cent of the number of single ble.
additional 51 units.
the Nassau Inn were state MoMonmouth) wrote a letter seeking station," Mr. Irwin said. "I think
but insiders feel that he will family houses.
mors.
tor
Vehiole
Director
June
StreWould
Change
Rule
Mr. McCormick said that he
the same objective.
they can well afford the exHe noted that there are three either line up behind the mayoi Mr. McCormick's appearance had never liked the 10 per cent Board member Charles Worth- lecki, state Health CommissionRep. Howard was critical of pense."
.types of rumors—the fear rumor or seek the post for himself on coincided with that of Robert limit, which, he said, ties the ington said he would prefer a er Roscoe P. Kandle and Stewart A. Schroder Jr., chief execu- the removal of the around-the- Both Mr. Irwin and Freeholder
(See PLANNERS, Page 2)
(See MAYOR, Page 2)
Winerman of Wynn Realty who hands of the planning board. The
(See POLICE, Page 2) '
clock lookout and, in a letter to Benjamin H. Danskin were critiRear Adm. I. J. Stephens, said cal of timing of the move, in
that he couldn't understand the the spring when the annual boatmove with the summer boating ing season was just getting unseason at hand.
derway.
Adm. Stephens is in charge of
"The boating industry is growthe Third Coast Guard District. ing now as it never has before,"
Mr. Danskin said. "The need for
Irwin Hits Move
Sidestepping others. We can suggest. But we Freeholder Director Joseph C. the Coast Guard tower was nevFREEHOLD
mounting questions about opera' don't tell them." ,
Irwin called the tower closing er greater. Are they saying now
tions of the proposed new coun- Freeholder Marcus Daly said "utterly ridiculous," and disputed that they've been wasting money
ty library system, the Monmouth the public relations aspects of in- Coast Guard contentions that the for 50 years?"
Help Requested
County Board of Freeholders said troducing the new setup is the move was required by economic
By CHARLES A. JOHNSTON
"Just a year ago, at the state's Tercentenerary celebraHelp in effecting the reopening
yesterday answers will have to task of the Library Commission- reasons.
tion," Freeholder Benjamin H. Danskin recalled, "we had a
FREEHOLD — Now comes a resolution by the Monmouth
come from the county Board of ers, adding:
The board called the protec- was asked of Representative
grand celebration with a, parade, a re-enactment of the battle,
County Board of Freeholders to further confuse the legend of
Library Commissioners.
"And, frankly speaking, if they tive service vital to safety of Howard and U.S. Sens. Clifford
and other ceremonies. Now, a year later, it is almost forMolly Pitcher.
'
(See INLET, Page 2)
At an executive conference, the don't do a good job, I will think residents and summer guests
gotten."
. Of course, it comes In a grand effort to perpetuate the
board discussed a suggestion by they have fallen down on their
Molly, Pitcher surely will now be remembered in 1965.
memory of one of the symbols of the Revolution but local
Freeholder Eugene J. Bedell that responsibilities."
Orators relying on the freeholders' resolution, however, will
historians will have a field day with the "Whereas-es."
it call a public meeting to air all The freeholders announced last
find themselves in conflict with some other accounts.
By unanimous vote, the board yesterday proclaimed Monavailable information. Then it de- week that they had scrapped
Monmouth's Molly, for whom a well In Manalapan Townday, June 28, which will be the 178vannlversary of the Battle
tided, with Mr. Bedell's agree- plans for a (600,000 central liship has been named and a small monument nearby has been
ot Monmouth, as Molly Pitcher Day.
.:
ment, that this was a function
(See LIBRARY, Page 2)
Page
erected, is bured In Old Carlisle Cemetery, Pennsylvania.
The measure calls on all civic and patrlot|e._Organizatlons
of the commissioners.
Allen-Scott
Events of Years Ago
According to the freeholders' resolution, "here in the,
and county residents "to do honor to MoltyPiiiier, a revered
Outdoor Antique Show
'The Board of Freeholders,"
Herhlock
Amusements
verdant green of Monmouth County , , . (she) emerged a'
symbol of the ardor and valiant spirit of American womanArt
and
Craft
Exhibit.
Behind
Director Joseph C. Irwin said,
Movie Timetable
Births
dramatic figure in American Legend , . .
folk in times of national crisis."
V (•
'is responsible for providing the the Allenwood General Store, Jim Bishop
Obituaries
„
"This fine, patriotic woman, Mary Ludwlg McCauley,
Freeholders demurred to the county',* Publicity director,
Saturday,
June
19.
Admission
facilities. And this we are doing
Sylvia Porler
Bridge
known In legend as Molly Pitcher, the 23-year-old wife of an
Frank L. Wllgus for the "plirple prose" of the message- But
free.—Adv.
•Can Suggest'
6 Sports
John Chamberlain ....
American cannoneer, did assist the American cause by carrythey" agreed that special attention should be given annually to
"We don't tell the county Wel- Town & Shore Beauty Salon
.....24-25 Slock Market
Classified
ing water from a nearby stream or well to aid the soldiers
the memory of Monmouth's historic battle in which Ooorge
fare Board how to operate its West End. Open nights and Comics
„
3* Successful Investing
battling so desperately on the hot June day . . .
Washington rallied the disorganized Colonials and put' the
:
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business. We won't tell the mos- Sundays. Expert hair coloring. Crossword Puzzle —
Television
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(See DAY. Page.2)
Red Coits to rout i
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Woman'* New* _ _
quito commission, or any ot the,Phona 229-9785.—Adv.
Editorial.
i
Technicality Seen
Bayshore Erosion Project
Urge Police
To Continue
Education
Democrats Kick Around Tax Issue
Freehold Township Planners
Study Apartment Limitations
Want Inlet Lookout
Tower in Operation
Library Operations
Up to Commissioners
Molly Pitcher Remembered:
Shell Have a Special Day
Today's Index
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k
H-W*&imkj,
Y Weather
June 16, 1965 THE DAILY EEGISTE8
NEW JERSEY — Cloudy and
cool through Thursday, a few
periods of rain today, high in 80s.
Low tonight in 50s. High Thursday, fids to low 10s.
Obituaries
I:
,
MRS. TtLLIE F. SETRIN
».'. IJONG BRANCH — Mrs. Tilli
' t . Setrin, 71, of 375 Bath Ave.
-died Monday in Monmouth Med
leal Center, here. She was thi
widow of Jacob Setrin, a jeweler
Born here, Mrs. Setrin was
daughter of tJie late Mr. and Mn
Samuel Nathanson.
She was active in the Unite*
Services Organization (USO) ii
World War II, and was a mem
feer of the Long Branch Counci
cf Jewish Women and the Golder
Age Club of Long Branch Com'
umnity Center.
Surviving are three sons, Arthur D. Setrin, here, Howard J
Setrin of Asburj! Park, and Mo
ton Setrin of Rome, N.Y.;
brother, Bentley Mason of Wes
Long Branch; two sisters, Mrs,
Morris VogeJ of Plainfield, anc
Mrs. Clarence E. Hulit of New
York City; and three grandchi
dren.
GEORGE H. MERRILL
'
ILITTLE SILVER — G e o r g e
H. Merrill, 67, of 302 Prospect
Ave., died yesterday in his home.
Bom in Newark, he was the
son of the late George and Clara
Merrill, and had lived here 20
years and previously in Red Bank
20 years.
Mr. Merrill retired In 1957 as
a staff supervisor for the Bell
Telephone Company in Newark.
He was a member of the H. G.
McCully Chapter of Telephone Pioneers of America, Newark, and
the Red Bank Lodge of Masons
and was a former member of
the Red Bank Rotary Club.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs
Roberta Green Merrill; f o u r
daughters, the Misses R. Jane
and Alice E. Merrill at home,
Mrs. Clara L. Obern of Bradfordwoods, Pa., and Mrs. Anne Rapp
of Holmdel; and a son, George
H. Merrill, Jr., of Maplewood.
A memorial service will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the
Robert A. Braun Home for Funerals, Eatontown, with Joseph
H. Palmer, Jr., former reader
of the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, Red Bank, officiating.
Marine
Cape" May to Block Island —
Small craft warnings displayed
south of ManasqUan to Cape May
for easterly winds 20-25 knots tonight and Thursday. East to northeasterly winds 10 to 20 knots north
portions. Visibility three to five
miles, locally one mile or less
through Thursday, with periods
of rain today.
High during the past 24 hours,
61. Low, 53. Ocean temperature,
57. Rainfall, .06 inches.
TIDES
Sandy Hook
Today,— Higli 10:20 p.m. and
low 4:16 p.m.
Tomorrow — High 10:50 a.m.
and 10:59 p.m. and low 4:57 a.m.
and 4:52 p.m.
For Red Bank and Rumson
bridge, add two hours; Sea
Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long
Branch, deduct 15 minutes; Highlands bridge, add 40 minutes.
MONMOUTH MEDICAL
- • Long Branch
. Mr, and Mrs,. Thomas Rockhill, 21 Hillsdale Ave., Long
Branch, daughter, this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Costelj
lo, 240 Long Branch Ave., Long
Branch, son, this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ferguson, 36 Wesley PI., Neptune, son
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolf, 88
Monmouth Ave., East Keansburg,
daughter, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Habib,
11 East River Rd., Rumson, son,
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman K. Emmons, 566 Berdan PI., Long
Branch, daughter, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tetter,
735 Greens Ave., Long Branch,
daughter, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Pearce,
212 Wayside Dr.,
Cliffwood
Beach, son, Monday.
olmdel School Bpqrd
ForChristian Brothers Employs An Architect
LINCROFT - Brother Agatho
Stephen, has been appointed principal of Christian Brothers Academy as of Sept. 1 by Brother
Bertrand Leo, provincial of the
'New York District of the Brothers of the Chrisian School.
pleted theology courses at Manhattan College, and attended'
workshop at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., where he
studied "New Perspectives in
Secondary School Administra
tiort."
He is a member of the National
Education Association, the National Catholic Education Association, the National Association
of Secondary School Principals,
the New Jersey State Teachers
Association and the Trenton Diocese Department of Education.
Brother ' Stephen spent four
years teaching at Good Shepherd
School, and four years at St. Bernard's School, both in New York
City. He was assigned principal
of St. John's School in New York
from 1960 to 1963. He then came
to CBA to serve as vice principal.
HOLMDEL — The new poiitio
of Board of Education architect
was filled last night by Eppl
and Seaman, Newark.
The Zoning Board's vice-chairman, Norman Schantz, praised
the firm for generally excellent
work, citing the Millburn Higr
School as one of its best projects
Epple and Seaman have sever
registered architects, and hav
Patrolman
Starts New
Duty Shift
been in business 35 years.
In other business, the board announced that if mahogany Ii not
grown in commercial quantity In
the United States, the board will
accept imported wood for use In
the administration building being renovated on HUcrest Rd.
Japanese Wood
Wood for the building- Is
stamped "Made in Japan," although the contract specifies
Georgia Pacific Plywood, according to board member J. F. Kerwin.
'
On advice of the board's attorney, Ernest Fasano, Red Bank,
the board unanimously agreed
to approve use of the material if
the project's architect, Bernard
Kellenyl, Red Bank, can establish that domestic mahogany.is
not commercially available.
Appointment of Mrs. Marcla L,
Berlent, Flushing, N.Y., to teach
kindergarten in Village School at
$5,560 a year was postponed to
June 23.
Mr. Fasano agreed that board
member Albert E. Spencer v i a
legally correct in objecting to
hiring the teacher last night, because such action previously hid
not been listed on the agenda (or
the special meeting.
Epple and Seaman will start
preparing specifications for the
board'i proposed new scttool
:
building program.
MIDDLETOWN - Patrolman
Arthur Stover, who has been assigned to special duty attachec
to the office of Acting Police
Chief Raymond T. Walling, yesterday issued six summonses tc
residents in Leonardo for lettin,
(Continued)
As far as Union Beach is con- their dogs run loose.
The funeral will be this aftercerned, the answer is an em- Chief Walling said Ptl. Stove;
noon at 1 o'clock from the Johr
phatic "yes." Mayor Maurice is working with the township do{
W. Flock Funeral Home, 24!
warden to clear up this problem.
W. Oakley said.
Broadway. Burial will be in Mon
Frank R. Panuzlo, deputy chief Me will be going from one area
Brother Agatho Stephen
mouth Fields, West Long Branch,
engineer of the Army Corps of to another.
(Continued)
Ptl. Stover will also be ii
brary and, instead, would build HOLMDEL — Newstead Homes Brother Stephen received his Engineers, New York City, threw
FRANK P. KELLY
charge of a drive to clean u]
MRS. DAISY C. WURTZ
two structures, one in the coastal residents met last night to map bachelor of arts degree from the problem into the lap of the
RUMSON — Frank P. Keily,
junk
areas, particularly along thi
EATONTOWN-Mrs. Daisy C. region and one In Freehold, at plans for opposition to the pro- Jatholic University in 1952 and state Department of Conserva64, of 65 Park Ave., died yesterlis master of arts from Fordham tion and Economic Develop- highways, and will inspect resiWurtz,
77,
of
5
Reynolds
Dr.,
a
total
cost
of
$800,000
to
$1
milday in Riverview Hospital, Red
posed industrial rezoning south University in 1957. He comdences with swimming pools to
died Monday in Monmouth Medi- lion.
ment's Bureau of Navigation.
Bank.
of the New York and,Long Branch I
see that the new pool ordinance
cal Center, Long Branch.
"AH
towns
must
participate,"
With 10 municipalities holding railroad tracks.
is enforced.
Born in Jersey City, he was tin
Born in Du Bois, Pa., she had one third of the county's taxable
he
said,
"but
the
details
are
up
Public hearing on the propose
The ordinance requires that all
son of the late Frank and Ann Me lived here eight years, formerly
to the state bureau—that is the
real estate, and 37 per cent of ordinance is slated for June 28.
pools with more than 24 inches
Girr Kelly. An iron worker, h residing in Millburn.
co-ordinating
agency."
the population, not members of Chairmanship of the group wa:
(Continued)
of water be fenced with four-foot
was a member of the JABS anc
She was the widow of Fred- the existing county system, ques:
turned over to Louis Kendall am 'When her husband fell mortal- F. B. Cogan, bureau assistant fences.
:
of the OIW, Jersey City. He was erick Wurtz.
chief
engineer,
confirmed
that
tions
arose
as
to
what;
privileges
Joseph Lueania by chairman Johi ly wounded, Molly Pitcher did
a communicant of Holy Cross
Mrs. Wurtz was active in civic they would enjoy in the new fathe erosion project will extend
F.
Anderson,
who
will
be
awa;
Catholic Church, here.
FREEHOLD - Twenty-yesrseize the rammer of a six pound
work in Millburn for many years.
into Union Beach, with a series
for National Guard duty.
old Lawrence Ianuzzl, Prospect
cannon and helped work the gun of dikes and a tidal gate access
Surviving are his wife, Mrs, She wrote the first history of cilities.
Construction
will
be
paid
for
Mr. Anderson said that Keans as the battle raged, and
Ave., Asbury Park, was indicted
Ann Clossey Kelly; two sons, the New Jersey Federation of
road.
(Continued)
James Kelly, at home, and Frank Women's Clubs in 1958, Mrs. by general tax funds, but only burg attorney, George E, Ostrov "This act of valor was noticed Asked if Union Beach approval change in the ordinance—which by the Monmouth County Grand
municipalities
subject
to
a
spewill
not
be
able
to
represent
th
Jury
yesterday for stealing.from
J. Kelly of Redwood City, Calif, Wurtz was a member of the Monby General Washington, who did of the program would be
now limits two bedroom units to
church poor box.
a daughter, Mrs. Elaine Hecht moufli County Organization for cial millage tax on real estate group but that a new attorne; subsequently commission Molly quired, he replied "Yes,"
20 per cent of the total with the Ianuzzi is accused of taking
of New York City: a brother, Social Service and the Presby- to support the annual operating probably will be retained befon Pitcher a sergeant in the Colonial added:
remainder specified as one bedbudget have full use privileges. the hearing.
Edward Kelly of Jersey City, and terian Church, here.
Army and did grant her a mili- "I don't think that will be s room units—to provide for effi- $10 April 9 from the poor box in
INon-members
can
use
facilities
He
added
that
the
42
horn
Holy Spirit Catholic Church, В« e four grandcMdren.
Surviving are a son, Lt. Col.
tary pension."
problem, although we will have ciencies, which have a singl ond Ave.
at the site but can't borrow, and owners in Newstead wall attemp
A Requiem Mass will be of- Robert H. Wurtz, in MassachuThe late William S. Stryker, to have several hundred feet of room and a kitchen.
Other Indictments handed to
fered in Holy Cross Church a setts; a daughter, Mrs. James L. receive no bookmobile or lend to enlist the support of the 251 president of the New Jersey His- Union Beach easements,
and Mr. Worthington cited studie
9:30 a.m. Friday. Burial, undei Gifillan of Staten Island; three ing service for their local li- in the Telegraph HilUBethany R< torical Society, in a 1927 report, there will be a cost involved." done for Ocean Township which Judge Thomas J. Smith named:
area.
Mario Brisceae, 23, Manchester
the direction of the John E. Day sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Powell of braries.
and Gerald C. Stowe, curator of Mr. Cogan said that "since it show that efficiency units are the
(195,000 Budgeted
Mr. Anderson Is a member <
Ave., Keyport, for breaking and
Funeral Home, Red Bank, will Madison, Mrs. Karel Rickerson
ordnance
and
history
at
the
West
most
advantageous
for
municipalwill
be
the
West
Keansburg
area
entering Field's Furniture Store,
be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Mid of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. The 1965 operating budget Is the local Board of Eduction. Mr Point Military Academy, in a 1963
that benefits from the work in ities as ratables.
East Front St., Keyport, May
dletown.
Bruce Wallace of Asheville, $195,000. This figure, Mr. Irwin Lueania is a former member. ta|k to the Monmouth County -union Beach and Union Beach Mr. Winerman said that ha
...
N. C, and three grandchildren. agreed, will increase as the new
Historical Association, had some will not benefit at all, some fi- would object to any reduction of 9, with intent to steal. .
buildings
are
opened.
But,
he
said
Bernard P. Hyland, 20, $tn
PINGITORE SERVICES
The funeral will be Friday at
different observations.
nancial arrangement will have to the 20'per cent of two bedroom Francisco, Calif., for auto, theft
the
job
of
attracting
non-member
LONG BRANCH-Funeral ser- 2 p.m. from the Wyoming PresNeither found that her husband be made."
units but that he would be willing
from Dc Martin A. Quirk, 69
vices have been set for Joseph byterian Church, Millburn. Bur- municipalities to join and thus
was killed, nor claimed the Keansburg's borough manager, to replace some of the 80 per cent
(Continued)
West Front St., Red Bank, March
Pingitore, 83, of 296 Chelsea Ave. ial will be In St. Stephen's Ceme- increase the tax base for operof
one bedroom units with the
sergeant's commission or pen- C. Bernard Blum, termed the
ating
purposes
will
be
for
the
LiDinkelspiel
thanked
thi
Mr.
15.
who died in Monmouth Medical tery, Millburn, under direction
West Keansburg project vital. smaller efficiencies on a tria
people of the city for the "tre- sion.
Anita Hughes, 22, Cherry St.,
of the Smith and Smith Funeral brary Commissioners.
Center, here, Monday night.
basis.
Earle W. Hendrickson, chair- mendous confidence" they had Mr. Stryker reported Mary Lud- "Without that diking, which exNew Shrewsbury, for atrocious
The funeral will be at the Da- Home, Springfield.
man of the commission, said in shown In him. He said he hai wig, from Carlisle, married John tends into Union Beach, the en- The board chairman, Donald assault and battery by stabbing
Wood,
named
himself,
Mr.
Worthtire
flood
control
program
would
miano Funeral Home at B a.m.
Casper
Hayes
(other
historians
an interview Sunday that the anticipated finishing first whe
James Jackson, 137 West Bergen
Friday. A Requiem Mass will be
commission was waiting for guid- the votes were counted up, am say his name was Hays) in 1777 be of little value to Keansburg," ington and Leroy Daniels as a 'I., Red Bank, on the arm and
committee
to
consider
changes
4
he
declared.
"The
high
ground
is
offered in Our Lady Star of the
and,
as
was
a
custom,
traveled
ance from the freeholders on all attributed the fact that he dii
in the chest April 4 in New
In the ordinance.
Sea Catholic Church at 9 a.m.
with him with the First Penn- in Union Beach."
questions. He made it clear that not to bullet voting.
Shrewsbury.
The
board
passed
a
resolution
Burial will be in Woodbine CemMayor
Oakley
added:
sylvania
Regiment
Artillery,
the commission at this point was Mr. Dinkelspiel remarked tha
Olden Bryant, Rt. 33, Howell
etery, Oceanport.
if the people voted for a gov winding up at Freehold June 28, "Union Beach is not getting the recommending to the township 'ownshipr carrying a concealed
exercising no. leadership.
RUMSON - PoBce are Investicommittee
that
the
present
combenefit
and
Union
Beach
will
not
1778.
eminent change in November, h(
gun on his person and another in
gating a breaking and entry and "This may be true now," Mr. would favor a five-man govern
MRS. WILLIAM DEWAR
mercial zones bordering Rts. 9
These women," he ., said, pay the cost.
his car April 23 in Howell TownIrwin said, "but this is all very
CARTERET — Mrs. Margaret Jarceny at the hom^-of Mr. and new and things will straighten ing body with an administrato nursed the sick;, and assisted in "In addition to that, Borough and 537 and Schanck Rd. be ship.
."'- ' - •••
• '
M Alfred
f d .
F
^
er La.
Dsv/iT, U, of 52 Lowell St., wife Mrs.
Mr. Cioffi expressed his grati thp cooking and washing.'.Private Council will want to know what changed to a new designation
:
Marvin; B. Keeter, Main. St.,
out."
frontage zones.
highwi
the
over-all
engineering
plans
o/ William Dewar, died Satur- unday night.
fication
at
being
allowed
to
con
Hayes
was
(letajled^qn
the
battlecommissioners
have
reEnglishtown,
for
issuing
six
The
Police said a Air stole and
iew :: r6ne would permit
are, MwFlt wili .fit.fato our plans
day in the Community Hospital,
jacket, valued it $575, were tained James E. Bryan, Newark tinue in office. He is the preseni field from infantry to 'help one and what It will mean for the light industry under stringent forged checks for $203 In KreeToms River, after a long illness.
lold, Englishtown, and Mioalapublic library director as a con- third.ward councilman and ha: of the artillery batteries. His wife
taken.
regulations, and would require
She was the mother of Mrs. Anna
pan Township between A p i t 5
sultant. Mr. Irwin said Mr. Bry- two years left to serve on thai was aiding the cause by carrying future."
Entry
was
gained
by
prying
larger
commercial
lots
having
Drovon of Hazlet.
md 17.
an will work with the commission- term, but ran for the at-largi pitchers of water for the heated Mr. Panuzio said that once a
Mrs. Dewar, formerly of New- 3pen the front door, police said. ers, not the freeholders, is ad- seat because he plans to move and wounded men,
project is completed, It Is the minimums of 300 feet of frontage
Police
said
the
dresser
drawers
and
three
acres
of
land.
Smaller
erk, belonged to the Altar and
vising on policy and in planning into the first ward this summer, "When John
Hayes
was municipality's financial responsi- stores would be restricted to
Rosary Society of St. Joseph's 'ere ransacked.
bility to maintain and repair it.
He will vacate his third ward
Mr, and Mrs. Freund discov- a public information presenta- seat on July 1 and council is ex- wounded, at the gun, she took Mayor Olinsky noted that it shopping centers, in this zone.
Church. • •
tion.
his place and performed some
Safety Factor
(Continued)
Also surviving are.three other ;red the theft when they re- As proof that the commission- pected to choose a replacement act of unusual heroism.
might be logical for Raritan to
Mr. Wood explained that the
daughters, Mrs. Agnes Faust and turned home at 12:56 Monday ers appreciate their future obli- for him at that time.
"On the death of her .husband share the cost In (he Union new provisions would increase '. Case (R-NJ) and Harrison A.
morning
from
a
trip
to
PhilaMrs. Patricia Rytel, both here,
Williams, Jr. (D-NJ).
Spirited Campaign
gation, Mr. Irwin produced this
after the war, Molly Pitcher mar- Beach sector, but added:
delphia, police said.
highway safety since the larger Sen. Stout reminded the Coast
and Mrs. Veronica Austin of
letter of June 10 to the, freehold- He noted that the losers hai ried a worthless fellow named "I will go on lecord right now lots would reduce the number of
Chief
William
H.
Zerr
heads
Forked River; a son, Joseph DeGuard of its recent removal.of
waged H spirited campaign whici John McCauley. Molly McCauley, as saying that Keansburg also
era from Mr. Hendrickson:
points at which cars could enter.
war of Forked River; 18 grand- the Investigation. Investigating of- "On behalf of the library com- had strengthened the city.
known familiarly in Carlisle as should -share that cost since the The board plans to recommend two cutters from Point Pleasant
ficers
include
Capt.
James
Shea
children and two great-grandchtl
Beach and Sandy Hook for duty
ind Patrolmen Walter Pomphrey missioners; we wish to congrat- He added that he was "lookini Molly Pitcher, lived on the cor- West Keansburg flood control that the zone be widened somedren.
ulate the board . . . on their de- "forward to intensive efforts tc ner of North and Bedford Sts. program will protect Keansburg what in the future to follow the in Asia. He said he conceded the
ind Edward Fallon. •
need for these transfers, but not
The funeral was this morning a'
cision to 'provide and support a improve the community in co-op On Feb. 27, 1822, the Pennsyl- as well as Raritan,"
rear lot lines of highway prop- the closing of the tower.
8:30 o'clock from the Synowieck
full and complete library service' eration with the entire council as vania Legislature granted her the The mayor said that lt was erties whenever possible.
Funeral Home, 56 Carteret Ave.
He said the shut down came
for the residents of Monmouth constituted on July 1."
urn of $40 and an annuity of the Raritan Township Engineer H. The Monmouth County Planfollowed by a Mass at 9 a.m. in
at a time when the major boatHe expressed the belief thai
Thomas Carr who first caught
County.same
amount.
She
died
in
1832."
:
'
(Continued)
ning
Board
which
is
preparing
St. Joseph's Church.
ing season was starting and foreMayor Milton F. ' Untermeyei
the "Union Beach error," about
the map to show the new tone, cast an adverse affect on the
the hope rumor and the hate "The Board of Commissioners would probably .invite Mr. Phil- As reported In The Daily Reg- a month ago.
looks Forward with' pleasure to
ister,
Mr.
Stowe
in
a
talk
at
the
will
not
have
it
ready
for
some
rumor.
"huge New Jersey fishing InNORDEN DIES
planning with , Julia H. Killian lips to sit in on the next City Rumson Country Club, gave this "Apparently, the Army Corps time. '
lustry." And noting that the
ZURICH, Switzerland )apj - Mr. Devaney said the worst (the county librarian) and James Council meeting, Thursday, Jum outline:
was under the Impression that
>f
these
was
the
bate
rumor,
The
township
Planning
Board
•eek of July 3 had been' pro24,
The Dutchman who invented
the Union Beach section was part
E
Bryan
the
program
of
service
America's World War II pinpoint jecause It has a tendency "to to make the planned facilities as Mr. Ippolito, who trailed Mr. "There was more than one of Keansburg," he reported. "We has agreed to hire the county claimed National Safe Boating
Cioffi by a scant 24 votes, said Molly Pitcher, The name was thought this matter had been cor- board as its planning consultant Week, he concluded:
bombslght, Carl L. Norden, will degrade people."
useful as the board of freeholders
he did not plan to seek a re-' given to all women who carried rected, but obviously It has not but a contract lias not been com- "It hardly seems fitting to talk
be buried In a Zurich cemetery He urged everyone to check envisions."
out the source of these type rupleted yet.
count. He blamed his loss on his water to husbands, or others, who been."
about safer boating on one hand
tomorrow.
showings in the first, fourth and manned artillery pieces In the He said the state notification A new subdivision ordinance while safety factors of the Cotst
Norden, 85, died Monday night mors and determine their purpose
sixth wards where he noted he field, just as the term GI des- that all "three" towns Involved is being prepared by the board's Guard are being curtailed oil the
at his home in Zurich after a and scope.
:ribed field troops of World War had approved thВ» program sur- attorney, W. Lawrence Krusen. other." .
had. hoped to do better.
long illness. He had made his He praised the Long Branch
'olice Department as one of
Under Its terms, major subHe expressed disgust for the
home here since the war.
prised him.
"The Molly Pitcher revered In Still another delay may be division approval will be a threeFaulkner Act which required thi
HURT IN CRASH
The Norden bombsight was 'good organization," but added
hat
the
men
in
It
should
strive
step
process rather than requir- RUMSON-Christoph MaraliaJ],
two elections and said he did tfonmouth
was Margaret caused by Raritan'i financial
used during the massive raids
:
o
make
it
an
even
better
one.
ing
the
present
four
steps.
Class!'
BELMAR — Walter Edward not know if he woufd try his Ludwlg Hayes . . . tobacco-chew- problems.
!1, of 136 Hance Rd., Fair Haven,
over Germany and Japan as well
He added that the Image of Buckner, residing in the Land- hand at politics again.
fication, tentative approval, and vas treated at the office of Dr.
ing, pipe-smoking, rum-drinking
as the atomic bombing of Hin
Apportionment Issue
the
city's
police
department
isn't
final
approval
which
each
remark
Hotel,
Long
Branch,
is
free
and lusty voiced.
Congratulates Winners
'ohn B. Movelle, 457, River W . ,
shima and Nagasaki. It raise
The bureau has estimated the
as good as it should be with all on $50 bail pending a hearing Mr. Taylor issued a statement "Nationally, the best known
quire separate action by the ralr Haven, for a cut chin В«fter
American bombing to a degree
Middletown cost at $2.3 million,
the
excellent
men
it
has
in
It.
board
and
a
public
hearing
will
here
tomorrow
at
7
p.m.
on
congratulating
the
winners
of
the
accuracy previously unknown ii
(Molly Pitcher) was Margaret with the township's share tentatwo-car collision at the InterCertificate of awards were pre- charges of fraud.
race. He remarked that he didn't Corbin. She was wounded after tively set at $710,000. Of this lat- be held before tentative approval iection of Rumson Rd. Ind Avewarfare.
sented to the class by Mayor Police said the complaint know if he would run for elec- ihe manned her husband's cancould be granted.
iue-Of-Two-Rlvers
В«t 12; 29 this
ter amount, the state is expected
Milton F. Untermeyer.
against Buckner was signed by. tive office in the future and an- ion. Later, living at an Invalid's to pay 50 per cent, the township, The board granted Inal approv- doming.
MRS. PEARL MOONEY
The training program was spon- Alfred Groh, owner of Groh's nounced that he plans to remain lome at West Point on a soldier's 40, and the county, 10.
al to two major subdivisions. Police said the Marshall car,
ASBURY PAiRK — Mrs. Pea
on the Board of Education to jension, she demanded and re- . Mr. Blum has estimated the Orchard Hill Estates, being built raveling west on Rumson Rd.,
Mooney, widow of a former As sored by the Long Branch Police Bar, Rt. 71. • • = •
bury Park mayor, Clarence V Department in cc-operatfon with Two $10 bills used by Buckner complete his term, which runs reived from General Washington Keansburg total cost at less than by the Colts Neck Construction vas hit by a car driven by Mrs.
Co. on Rt. 537 and Randolph Rd. larbara L. McStay, 17, of 70S
right to a weekly rum allow- $2 million.
Mooney, died Sunday In Fitkli the New Jersey region of the in paying a bar bill Saturday to July, 1968.
Hospital, Neptune, after a shoi National Conference of Christians night proved counterfeit, police Mr. George had withdrawn nee which previously had been With the federal government won approval of Its 212 lots on 180 ifth Ave., Bradley Beach, traveland Jews.
said. They said-Mr. Groh filed from the race last week but had lenled to her."
illness.
paying approximately two-thirds acres; Freehold Park, section 3 ig on Avenue-Of-Two-Rivers;"
the. complaint when the Long said he would serve if elected.
of the total, and the balance di- with 13 lots in the Barkalow track Mrs. McStay was charged by
Mrs. Mooney, a daughter o
Branch man failed to keep a He stated that the expense of
vided 5M0-10 (state, municipal- also was approved. Freehold atrolman Edward Fallon -With
the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert
promise to make good the $20. two elections In a six-week
stop street violation. A hearing
ity and county), the Keansbyrg Park Is being built by Economy
Megill, was born in Bradlej
Buckner was arrested• at the period was too much for him.
scheduled for Monday, July 5,
and
Raritan share, nonetheless, Enterprises, Freehold.
Beach. She lived here 40 years
(Continued)
hotel at 12:30 this morning by Mr. Phillips won In wards four,
will depend on apportionment for
From 1945 to 1959, she served a; the basis of his top total in the Detective Philip Berger of the
the West Keansburg project —
five and six, with Mr. Dinkela member of the Board of
run-off election.
Belmar police with the assistance spiel taking ward one and Mr.
and that settlement alto will inCation.
It is almost certain that if of Long Branch detectives.
volve Union Beach.
For many years, Mrs. Moonej Mr. Dinkelspiel has to choose be- The counterfeit bills were part Cioffi bringing home wards two
MIDDLETOWN - The TownThe Union Beach property
H-Acre Tract
operated the Berkeley Gift Shof tween Mr. Untermeyer and Mr. of the series of phony $10 bills and three, as expected.
needed for the project—part of ship Committee and sewer study If the tests are favorable, the
Mazza he will choose the former. passed in the county In March Mr. Taylor ran well only in
on the Boardwalk.
SUMSON-A
19-year-old
Rum.
committee,
meeting
last
night
in
ward one, where he finished secthe "Natco" tract—is owned by
governing body will take option
Among the many political and April, local police said.
She was a member of Ballan
son girl Is in critical condition International Flavora and Fra- executive
session,
requested to the site, a 14-acre parcel.'
Methodist Church, a Republica plums to be handed out by the Det. Berger is continuing the ond to Mr. Dinkelspiel.
in Riverview Hospital, Red Bank, grances, Inc.
Health Officer Dr. Marc Krohn
Mr.
Ippolito
made
a
strong
The federal government is
county executive committeewom council after a mayor is chosen Investigation.
showing in all wards but the ivlth injuries suffered In a head- The over-all levy-dlke-sandfill to obtain a report on results of holding back final funds ($150,•n, past president and honorar are the appointments for city
in collision on the Rumson-Sea program will extend from Rt. 36 dye tests taken five weeks ago In
first.
He
led
Mr.
Cioffi
in
the
000) tor sewer system engineermember of the Elks Club Auxi! attorney and assistant city atDemocratic Outing
fourth, fifth and sixth wards but Bright bridge at 7:34 p.m. yes- west of Thorne Creek, Union Compton's Creek, Belford.
ing work until a disposal plant
lary, and belonged to the Pro torney.
crday.
The tests are being analyzed site It under option.
Beach,
to
the
Waackaack
Creek
trailed
him
in
the
first
three
fessional Women's Club of As
Rumors have touted several Brings Out 3,000
by the U.S. Public Health Servarea
of
Raritan,
through
Keanswards.
Police
said
the
girl,
Lynn
F.
bury Park.
men including the present city atTownship commlttee'men id.SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS . The new council Is scheduled to Restlvo, of 39 Highland Ave., burg into Middletown across ice and the. state Department of
She is survived by three daugh torney, LQI^S R. Aikins, and his
mltted to a Register reporter last
Health.
(AP)
—
More
than
3,000
perIdeal
Beach
in
East
Keansburg
organize
on
July
1.
was
driving
west
on
the
bridge
ters, Mrs. Pearl Bennett, wit* assistant, Jacob Rand, as prosnight that the proposed sewer
sons turned out under threatennhen her car skidded Into the to Pew's Creek, Port Monmouth,
"There is no reason for this program has been at a itanditill
whom she resided; Mrs. Barbarj pects for the jobs, but recently ng skies Tuesday to attend the
and
up
to
Rt.
36.
iastbound
lane
and
crashed
into
kind
of
delay,"
said
Mayor
Erthe
names
of
city
magistrate
Schaefer and Mrs. Doris Garrit;
for nearly a year,
Essex County Democratic Or- tion," the governor quoted Kencar driven by Mrs. Gall Ser' Act on Bonds
nest G. Kavalek and Committeeof Ocean Township; and f o u r Stanley Cohen and Elliot Katz ganization's annual Governor's nedy as saying.
Mr. Roth said that "the probhave been mentioned with in- Day outing.
"That's
our
campaign," 'iaio, 27, of 10 Linda PI., Hazlet. Mr. Blum said he will recom- man Edward J. Roth, study com- lem of a plant site must be regrandchildren.
Mrs. Servidio Is reported In mend at a Borough Council mittee chairman, who called the
Hughes
added,
"This
Is
a
Demcreasing
regularity.
Services will be held tomorrow
solved one way or another. Ac- Speaking during a dinner at ocratic crusade of, and for the air condition In the same hos- meeting tonight that Keansburg special meeting.
at 2 p.m. in the Ely Funeral
DKATU NOTICK
the $50-a-ticket affair, Gov. Rich>ital with fractured ribs and
go ahead with its first bonding Failure to get test results Is tion must be taken."
Home, 514 Second Ave., with njnTZDaHy C. of 5 Reynold! Er., ard J. Hughes quoted from a people."
N. J. on Monday, June H,
Former Gov. Robert B. Mey- ractured knee. She was iched- ordinance, $68,000 for acquisition holding up the township's pro- A state department pollution
Rev. Warren S. Layton officiat- Calontmvn,
965. Wife of tbe lite Frederick C. speech by the late President
lled to undergo surgery this of easements.
posed $19 million sewer program. survey of Middletown, reported
ing. Burial will be in Glcndola urtz, molher of Lt. Col. Ilofom H. John F. Kennedy in describing ner also addressed the gathering
urlz ind Mri. JВ«meВ« L. Olltlllln.
and called for support of the en- nornlng, hospital authorities said. Middletown Mayor Ernest G. If ths tests show that it might exclusively in The Register last
Cemetery.
ilsler of HrВ«. Marjorie Powell, Mn. his campaign platform.
hurt fishing Interests If a sewer week, is expected to be transtire Democratic ticket In the Police sal dthe bridge grating Kavalek had this comment;
:arol Rlckenon and ilrj. Hum wal"I believe In human dignity
ace. Funeral lervlce at Wyoming
HIS slippery at the time of the "I hope the action or lack of plant Is built at the creek-bay mitted to the local Board of
IN MKMUHIAM
TMbyterlin Church. • Mlllbum, N. 3. as the source of national pur- fall.
ccident because of rain.
action by one town. Union Beach, site, another site will be chosen, Health this week or next.
' In loving memory of our loved one a Friday. June, 18 at 2 p.m. Frlenda
John Dennis who pagan awВ«y June nny call at 8mltn uid Smith (Subur* pose; liberty as the source of
House Hunting! It's open sea- Sgt. John Shea investigated. will not endanger thia viUlly or a decision made to run В» sew- Township officials hope to get
I*. IBM. We В«re ntvn- very fur tpirt ian) OS Morrli Ave., Springfield, N.J. national
action;
the
human
son In the Daily Register Classi- The Sea Bright First Aid Squad needed protection for (he entire er trunk directly into the bay, the sewer program moving again
>n Thursday from 7 to 5 В«jid T to 0.
for you're Uwiyi in our hurt.
at IL atepbtnl CMBtterj, mind as the source of Inven- fied now.
Your lovlni family. iKerment
took the Injured to thi hoipltal. Btyihor* eowtliae."
by-puВ«lng the creek.
befori thi l u t e iteps In.
flUburn, N. J.
Library
Bayshore
Map Plans
For Fight
On Zoning
Bay
Indict Youth
In $10 Theft
Planners
Phillips
Rumson Entry
Is Probed
\nlet
Police
Bogus Bills Net
Fraud Charge
Mayor
irl Critical
After Crash
Qn Bridge
Seek Sewer Program Action
y to (Mm
of Its Brooks
63 To Get
Diplomas At
Star of Sea
l239t SJUuaMfJHB w JtCQOft'wT*t
2 Major Subdivhwns
Approved in Rumson
RUMSON - The Planning
LONG BRANCH - Our Lad) Board last night approved two
Council also approved a resolu- Star of the Sea School will hold inajor subdivisions and agreed to
tion to re-invest $5,000 and put graduation ceremonies tor its 63 meet in special public session on
$5,000. in the capital fund for graduates tonight at 7 o'clock at Tuesday evening, June 29, to disnew street department trucl Our Lady Star of the Sea. Church cuss a third.
when a current $10,000 certificate
The graduates are Deborah Ad- The planners approved the apof deposit comes due. The pui deo, Louis Annitto, Gladys An- plication of Allen Gordon Millet
chase previously was approved, zola, Sara Arthur, Judy Boaforte, for a major subdivision which
Playground Equipment
Antonetta Cleffi, Richard Cola- will carve seven 1>A acre lots
Another capital expense ap guori, John Connelly, Carolyn from a tract on Rumson Rd. beproved last night was an ap
Cramfbrd, Fred Dellano, Donna tween Buttonwood La. and Clubproprlation of up to $1,000 for flew Dellaton, Douglas DiGiuseppe, way.
playground equipment.
Deborah Ferraro, Lawrence Fey- The planners stipulated thai
Councilman John P. Steel said ereisen, Andrew Frattin, Joel drainage to the Rumson waterthe money would go for appa Freibaum, Margaret Gebhard, Al- way, a lagoon at the rear of the
r a t e such as slides and swing! mira Genito, Anthony Gervolino, property be Installed according
for younger children.
Gerald Gironda, Deborah Greer, to specifications set by Thomas
A six-month dog control con- Robert Hayes, Dorthy Hermann, P. Santry, borough engineer, beU t E SL
h
tract was renewed for $1.70 pei Gary Hildebrand, Maiyann Iani- fore any building Is started on
t SILVER - The Plan- licensed dog in the borough.
celli, Patricia Juska, Michael the lots, that the borough be giv. fling Board last night set Tues
When council renews its garKawietzke, Ellen Kelly, Michael en a drainage easement, and thai
day, July 20, at 8 p.m. as thebage collection contract in the Kenny, Martin Hester, Nicholas a concrete headwall be Installed
time for a public hearing on the fall, it will consider the remarks Kiernan, Donald Kurkjian, and at the waterway.
application of Reginald Webste of Reginald Bromfield-Brown, 114 Howard Luebcke,
for a major subdivision which Garden Rd., who asked for side
Also Gary Lukich, Marilyn Mo
would carve fix lots from a 13 or rear yard garbage collection, Cabe, Randall Macaluso, Marj
•cre tract on Seven Bridge Ed
In a letter, Mr. Bromfield- Mahon, William Magarine, MaryThe board will recommend thai
Brown said he was a newcomer jean Mazzeo, Carl Migliaccio
t James Dadenas be given a per
and found the borough an order- Jeffrey Minch, Edward Mitchell, LITTLE SILVER - Roger
, n i t to move an eight-car garage
ly one, but would like to see Kenneth Mount, Geraldine Na- Wild, 99 North Sunnycrest Dr.
from <he Holly Tree Farm Es
collections stepped up to three stasi, Patricia O'Brien, Maryair was fined $25 for contempt o
tate* property, Seven Bridge Rd,
per week and without the neces O'Connor, Marie Orechio, Mary court Monday night for failing
' to a lot fronting on the one-way
sity of leaving cans at the curb. Parsons, Thomas Peel, Patrici to appear when originally sumroad connecting Sycamore end
Penta, Diane Pietrodangelo, An- moned on charges of violation of
Criticizes Report
Oceanport Awes.
J. Robert Sagurton, 815 Broad toinette Rosano, Anna Russo, the borough's all-night parking
. Mr, Dadenas, who operates
Carmen Sanders, Theresa Smerig- ban.
:
lawn mower and marine moto St., wrote in criticism of the re- lio, Michael Smith, Paul Smith, Magistrate Richard D. Porter
repair shop on the tract, plans toport of Manganaro, Martin and Mary Sullivan, Barbara Sussmei- fined Wild (5 on the parking
Uncoln, consultants t o the Reuse the building for storage.
er, Lynda Vogt, Christopher charge.
The approval Is subject t o land- gional Sewer Study Committee Welsh, Louis Wermlng, Gregory Roger G. Ostrander, 682 River
•caplng of the property by Dee, which, proposed a regional Wheeler, Judith Whelan and Carl Rd., Fair Haven was fined {1
sewer authority already ap1.
Widrich.
for driving an unregistered
The board okayed a minor sub- proved by ordinance here. Mr.
venicle and {20 for driving
division which would permit Mrs. Sagurton asked for a five-year
vehicle with fictitiona license
Frank Dean to divide her proper- delay in the implementation ol
plates.
ty on Oceanport Ave. into twc the plan.
His
questions
will
be
referrec
. lot*. Ths approval is subject to
' conditions required by the county by Councilman Paul F. Schisslei
; (tanning board since tine proper- to the regional committee foi
answers.
ty fronts on a county road.
Council voted to forwardtoth
LONG BRANCH-An employee
state Board of Public Utility
of Tarantolos' Bakery, 37 South
Commissioners its corespondents
SHREWSBURY — A personBroadway,
caught his hand in a
asking the Jersey Central rail- nel policy drawn by Councilman
road to repair crossings at Pat-John P. Steel was adopted last dough mixing machine yesterday
terson'and Sycamore Aves. Coun- night by Borough Council to reg- morning and was seriously incilman Leo F. Sadkowski said ulate the hiring, firing and bene- jured.
the railroad was given two weeks fits of employees outside the po- Felix Negron de Jesus was adin which the work was not begun lice department.
mitted to Monmouth Medical
•''..'BHEBHOUJ — A senior whc nor the letter of request acknowThe document sets 10 holiday, Center with an amputation of the
will graduate this week from th leged.
per year, and gives borough third finger on his left hand and
jBouthern F r e e h o l d Region- Liquor licenses for the Shadowworkers up to five days sick a fracture of his upper left arm.
al High School in Howell Town- brook, Shrewsbury Liquors, B
leave the first year and 10 day. He is listed in fair condition this
ship has been turned down on and B Liquors and Red Ban"
per year thereafter. It allows 1 morning.
. bid to stay In. school another yea: Recreation Lanes were renewed days vacation after the first
i s a post graduate.
without objections being heard. year, 15 working days after 1
The Regional Board of Educa
years, and 20 days for veteran
LONG BRANCH — Police are
tlon rejected the request of Anof more than 20 years service.
drew Polo, Freehold Township,
All new employees will be con- investigating a break-in at the
by a divided voice vote after th
sidered on probation for the first YMCA, 404 Broadway, sometime
board's president. Dr. Jacol
six months on the job, and disci- Monday night or early Tuesday.
• lewis, and Norman Rucci,
pline and dismissal are at the dis- Police Chief Thomas M. Pesano
said $40 was reported missing
Howell Township representative,
cretion of Borough Council.
led the opposition.
The policy also establishes pro- 'rom the drawer at the checkThe Superintendent of Schools,
cedure for calling in sick, for in desk by the custodian, who
Kenneth M. Friable said Mr. Po- SHREWSBURY — Traffic had the creation of new jobs, foi arrived at work at 7: JO «.m.
thai
lo, had said that "an additional to be detoured from Rt. 35 fo overtime and for employment yesterday.
y He also reported
p
d raadrins
dri iin th
year of study and maturity wi about 15 minutes yesterday aftei Interviewing.
a soda
thebttdt
appreciably contribute, to his ed- an automobila,(ccident bn;ugh'i
was pried open.
k
IN THE
s iicarjonal success." The В«uperin- power lines d o t y g u "
The , chief said there was
*
. i .'•• I - . - i
• itendent recommended approval Patrolman Robert f.
building, whidi had closed a
on the academic merits but said investigated, said a
4:30 p.m. Monday.
' the decision was a; policy matte by Edward F. Letfert of Milford
for board action.
hit a pole near Sihrerbrook Rd.
John Tergis, of Marlboro Town- at 5:50 p.m. No one was inship, joining the opposition,"said jured,
FREEHOLD—A drooping flag,
the youth could "work for a yeai Mr. Leffert told police an un- one corner rubbing the ground, RED BANK-Aaron K. Fein
to gain the desired maturity."- identified car forced him to the attracted much attention from stein, 673 Broadway, Long
Mr. iRucci said *e regretted side. The Leffert car, traveling passersby at a prominent borough Branch, suffered a scalp Injury
that the board had to'decide such north, crossed the south-bound intersection Monday, Flag Day. last night when Ms car skidded
THURSDAYS
requests on ah individual basis. lane and knocked down the utility But only Mrs. Harold Brown, on Wall St. and struck a utility
pole.
Put Mr. Frisbls replied that the pole on the west side of Rt. 35. of 14 Tamarack Dr., Manakpan
board ruled more titan & yea
October 21 and October 28
Township, was upset.enough to He was treated at Rlverview
Traffic Rerouted
Igo that applications of this na- little Silver police assisted thi do anything. She complained to Hospital and released.
ture had to c o m e before th local force in rerouting traffi police, local newspaper offices, Police said the car skidded on
From 7t30 p.m. to 9t30 pan.
board individually.
and the office of Mayor Frank E, the wet pavement and jumped
from the accident scene.
a curb.
Patrolman Hoffman was called ibson.
Patrolman Raymond Patterson
out again at 8:20 p.m. when Mrs. Brown contended the flag investigated'.
two cars collided at the inter- was too big for its short pole and
section of Laurel St. and New- therefore, was being disgraced on
L u t year, merchandising expert Lea GiHin delivered1 one
display.
Swim Registration
man Springs Rd.
Police
Capt.
Henry
T.
Lefkoof the most stimulating salesmanship messages ever heard
The drivers were Harold X
Dates Extended
VfESR LONG BRANCH - The Ellis of 146 Morningside Ave., wich investigated the situation,
by executives of The Central Jersey Bank and Trust ComSHREWSBURY
Councilman
found
no
one
at
home,
and
con
(Board of Education last night Union Beach, and Linda A. FeJohn P. Steel announced last
hired three teachers for the 1965- donko of Ivy House, Kings Hwy. eluded the abuse was not inpany.
Since then, the bank has wanted to thare this
tended. He called back later, night the registration deadline
66 school year.
Middletown.
for children interested in the business success formula with you and your community.
after
the
home
owner
had
reThey are MisВ» Elizabeth Nelli- Nether was hurt, and no tickets
moved the banner, and said be iVMOA leorn-to-swim program has
can, Vest long Branch, $5250, a werВ» issued, Tha officer said rain
had passed on some hints about been entended because the quota
graduate of Newark State Col- had made the roadway slide
Now, Monmouth College is doing this, for a Seminar
has not been filled. The classes
proper c a n of ths flag.
lege) MU§ Helen Coutros, Aswill be June 28 to July 3 at the
Fee of only $10 per person, for both Thursday evenings,
"Maybe
I'm
wrong,"
said
the
hirjr Pa A , $5,009, a graduate
irate Mrs. Brown, "but the flag tebury Park YMCA, with bus
a Georgian Court College: and
covering both business and social success. You'll' also reransportation provided.
means something to me,"
Miss Karen Dettmar, Neptune,
ceive a free handbook, containing all the information used
$5,000, a graduate of Monmouth
, SHREWSBURY - TtВ»e Thomu
Farrell, Contracting Corp. last
night was authorized by Borough
Coinjca to clean out some oJ the
borough's broolu at a cost not to
exceed $940.
Council had budgeted $1,000 to:
drainage this year. The work
I * done by Farrell will be la th
Birch Dr. area and along Monroe
THE, DAILY KEGISTEa lWueidВ«r, Jvw W, 1965*3
of Raanoa Shore Estates, H u e *
aad
CUM" (he application of Robert tttw, me* В«pjВ«cВ«tion m w t bВ«
' me board said. i
Vincent J. SВ«sw, ft* deveJoj - Berg ;/er a M-k* subdivision in
[ received map* tt a
er, agreed to cbaogt the court t *ecВ«ott two of Riverfleld Estates
major
subdivision
of t brook on the tract, as rw • at toe south end of Bingham proponed
which womVtcarve ate lots from
ommendecl by Herbert' wHilli Ai* Ave.
Rtchird D. Porter, Red Bank
Mdttei, West Trenton, the bor- Mr. Berg had filed an appli- • tract on Ridge Rd. near Belleattorney, represented the appli- ough's planning consultant!.
cation last'month for an eight- vue Ave. The applicants are
cant.
The board will meet in sped*} lot subdivision. Because of theBrenda G. RichierodEldon and
The planners also approved a public session on June 29 to dls-. increased number of building Dorhthy Harvey.
Hearing Set
For Land Spill
On Julyy 20
Driver Fined
For Contempt
Monmouth College
Human Relations
Seminar
with LES GIBLIN
TO HELP YOU
Shrewsbury
Adopts Policy Man Injured
By Machine
For Personnel
Peny Senior
Extra Year
In School
Sell Yourself
Increase Your Sales
Obtain Recognition
Gain Confidence
Up Your Income
Overcome Fear
Motivate People
Make More Friends
Develop Leadership
Make Better Friends
Win Prestige
Get More Out of life
YMCA Entered
Car Hits Pole,
Cuts Power In
Shrewsbury
SPONSORED BY
The Central Jersey Bank
and Trust Company
Woiiti'!fiiti:
Flag Display
Car Hits Pole
Pollak Auditorium
Monmouth College
WLB Hires
3 Teachers
School Class
For Deaf
Will Open
' College.
The board also approved
summer recreation program for
children in the community. The
The
program, open to 5-year-olds and WEST LONG BRANCH
up, will feature many sports in- Board of Education last night
- eluding swimming three days - made public a letter it had reeived from the Neptune Townweek*
The board also revealed that It ship public school system anbad appointed a paid committee nouncing a programfordeaf and
of teachers to completely re-eval- ard of hearing children to belutte the curriculum In the school gin to the foil
system. The project may take The board has recently come
inder lire tor canceling its own
several years.
. The new committee Is headed milar program. Small enroll|>y Miss Betty McElmon, pres- ment, no resident students and
ent, co-ordinator of curriculum. igh costs were given at the time
the reasons for the cancelOther members are Miss Jane
Haveron, John Swoope, and Ber- ation.
Police Probing
Robbery Report
ibrary Records
'et in Shrewsbury
in the Seminar. You'll get four full hours of merchandising
and friend-making tips that business executives from the
SHREWSBURY - Councilman
nation's largest corporations have paid as much as 850 per
Reid Harrison said last night
WEST LONG BRANCiMPollce e public library circulated 1,085
person
to hear ! The low fee is possible because The Cenre Investigating the alleged rob- looks and gained 39 new membery and beating of Raymond ers in May — new records tor tral Jersey Bank and Trust Company i t underwriting the
(Thomas, 23, of Livingston, some- ioth figures.
major cost. They believe that what i s good for business in
time Monday night.
The councilman thanked MayMr. Thomas was found lying in В»r and Mrs. Frederic Messina
Monmouth County is good for the bank, as weD.
the street on Broadway between for the gift of a dictionary stand
'lie Esso station and Rt. 36 at
to die new library.
So, don't miss out on this opportunity. Make yont reser12:10 a.m. yesterday.
He told police he had been beat
GUILTY PLEA
vation now ! Fill out the coupon-below and mail i t with
m up by two men and robbed of FREEHOLD - F r e d e r i c k
your check for yourself, your associates, your employees er
15.
tooney, Freehold, pleaded guilty
He was taken to Monmouth resterday in Monmouth County
your family, today 1
iledical Center and admitted with :ourt He will be sentenced by
concussion and cuts of the scalp fudge Thomas J. Smith July 2.
nard Feinberg.
In a prepared statement, the UB condition is.listed as fair. Rooney was Indicted for an as
ard said It was "extremely Ms morning.
nault on Freehold Township PaLong Branch Aid Squad pleased" that the Neptune Town- Lt. Warren Brand and Patrol- trolman William Mills Dec. 20 at
ship Board of Education had un- man Herbert Van Note Investi- the Freehold Mall Shopping CenCLIP THIS COUPON:
Begin* Its Fund Drive
ertaken the program.
gated and were assisted by De- ter.
• LONG BRANCH - The Long The statement called on thetectives John P. Naylor and AJex Gordon Terrell, Jamesburg,
ho pleaded guilty to carrying
Branch First Aid Squad has be- iress. to give the Neptune an- Rota of Long Branch,
concealed sawed off Bhot gun
gun Its annual drive tor funds iouncement Che same degree of
C O U i a i MIAT1ONI OfflCI, MONMOUTH C O U I M
ubHotty
which
previously
had
his car in Manalapan Townwitji a door-to-door campaign,
GRANTS ANNULMENT
WIST ION* IRANCH, NIW JIUIY
sen
given
to
criticism
of
the
Capt. Jack F. Klely Jr. anFREEHOLD — M o n m o u t h lip, also will be sentenced July
Vest Long Branch Board of Edunounced last night.
bounty Judge Clarkson S. Fisher
Sind us.
•nrollmtnti for tht itmlnir
' He said the drive started Mon- ction (or canceling its own pro- as approved annulment of the
NO CASES TRIED
day night and will continue for ;ram.
nariiage of Joseph Camaratra,
en October 21 В«nd 21, I96S at $10.00 tteh.
about three months. The organi- The board said that the NepMorris Ave., Long Branch, RED BANK — No cases were
sation hopes to collect $13,000 to une commitment "in essence,
(Thlt lneludВ»i th* Hindboelc.)
Ermlna Benlncasa Camastra, -ied before Magistrate Francis
pay for a new ambulance or- nswers the critical comments 522 Springdale Ave., Long Branch.
Kennellyi last night. The com
Eneleitd
is В»ur thick for $
dered several weeks ago.
leaped erroneously upon this The decree upheld the oonten- plaints on the docket either were
ard and the administration on of fraud by Mr, Camastra withdrawn or postponed pending
• YOUTH UNDER BAIL
i that Mist Bentacas* alleged- tiring or assignment of legal
luring the last lew months."
fSftREWSBURY-Bail of $1,000 Indications are ths. board may ly married without Intenttocon- ounsel for the defendants.
HAMI
was posted yesterday for George loll Its equipment used In train- summate the marriage, They were
Stlrnweiss, 19, of 63 Trafford St., ng the deaf and hard of hearing y ^ j sept. 10,1060. Mr. Camastra
PERFECT ATTENDANCE
charged with contributing to the
the Neptune Board of Educt- was represented by Thomas J. KED BANK - Red Bank High
COMPANY
delinquency of two girls last ion. • .
•
.
.
etiool reports a graduating seBaldlno, Long Branch,
ifnonth: A preliminary hearing will The sohool superintendent, Pe- Judge Fisher granted a dl-ior with a perfect 10-year atbe'held Friday.
er C. Sandilos, said that, Mrs. orce to Elizabeth J. Briggs, 5 sndance record. She is Evange1
STRUT
The glrlB.aged 15 and 16, left Clara Maslow, who had taught .venue A, Freehold, from Wll- Ine M. Doyle, on of 306 stu
their homes a month ago and the deaf and hard of hearing stu- am H. BrJggs, Perth Amboy, tents, who will receive diplomas
were driven to New York by the dents under the West Long or desertion, They were mar- omoirow night,
BUmwetoi youth, police still. They Branch program, would be given ried July 4, 1946. Alexander LevCITY
nrcoDi
j
have been charged with juvenile an excellent recommendation in chuk, Freehold, represented Mrs. Sell Fasti Thi Dally Register
&»••••
Briggs.
seeking * new position.
delinquency,
daisified.
. Fi-..
.
*
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• National Salesman of the Year 1964
• Rated among the nation's top tea tales speakers—*
dynamic, inspiring, entertaining.
+ Has been hired by Eastman Dillon, Union Securities;
& Co., National Association of Insurance Agents, General Electric Company, Johnson & Johnson, Chera-'
strand Corporation, J. Walter Thompson Company,
J.- L Hudson Company, Batten, Barton, Durstine &
Osborn, Inc., and many others.
+ 120,000 executives, salesmen,, businessmen have attended his seminars.
* 200,000 copies of his "How To Have Confidence and
Power in Dealing With People," published by Prentice Hall, have been sold.
• 450 top stores use his Retail Sales Training Kit.
* 105 Sales and Marketing Executives Clubs and other
iponson have brought him' to their communities.
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1
Becker Elected
By Printers
THВЈ DAILY REGISTER
June 16, 1965
Street Has Best Gain In 9 Months
Students
Get Awards
Investing
Board Seeks
A Librarian
For School
1
s;
Colura Gag
Coml Solv
Con Ed Is
Cont Cm
Coop Bei
Corn Pd
Coming O
Cm Zell
Cruc Stl
Curtlsa Wr
Deere
Phlll P e t
Pit Stetl
Pub Sv E4<J
Pullman
Pura Oil
RCA
44H
5054
32W
5214
188
53%
24%
Reading Co
Repub Stl '•'
Revlon
Reyn Met
Rey Tob
Rob Controls
Bt Jos Lc&d
Bt Reg P a p
Bears Roeb
Shell Oil
Sinclair
BmlUi. AO
Socony
Sou Pan
Sou Ry
Sperry n d
Std Brand
Btd Oil Cal
nВ«
4014
Del & HUd 3014
Dent Sup
26 V4
Doug A Ire
38i
Dow Chem
71
Dress Ind
4114
Du Pont
В»914
Duq Lt
East Kod
End John
Brie Lack
Firestone
FMC Cp
Ford Mot
Qen Accept
8-114
Gen Cigar
2IR4
Gen Dynam
3SW
Gen Elec
Gen IMs
Gen Motori
Gen Pub Ut
O TelAEl
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Gen Tire
38%
Ga Pfic Cp
Hit
Gillette
57%
Glen Aid
33%
Goodrich
Goodyear
Grace Co
50U
45"
at A*P
Btd o n N J
Studebaker
Texaco
Textron
Tldswat Oil
Tranaamer
Un Carbide
Un P a c
Uni&hopl
Unit AIro
United Cp
US Lines
US Plywd
US Rub
US Smelt
US Steel
VaВ»co Met
Walworth
Warn B P i c
Wn Un. Tel
Weltx E l
Whit. H o t
Woolwth
Xe-rox Cp
Yngst B h i T
s
Greyhound
GuH o i l
Harnm P a p
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22H
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Come in early for best selections
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o
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•
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yields only 3% per cent But there
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advise you to Bold these shares.
NEWARK - William H. Becker, Jr., of Main St, Hobndel,
has been named treasurer of the
Master Printers Association of RUMSON — Stuart Adams
Young, 3d, was awarded the
Newark and Vicinity, Inc.
Mr. Becker was elected to theTrustees' Prize during graduation
post during the unit's annual golf ceremonies at Rumson Country Roger E. Spear
By ROGER E. SPEAR
tournament, dinner and election Day School recently.
session at the Cedar-HiU Golf The award each year goes to Q) "Recently, I inherited $25,-, earnings • and dividends; Northand Countiy Club, Livingston, last the graduating student showing 000 which is at present in a sav-ern Illinois Gas, a strong utility;
the most outstanding qualities in ings account. I am 21-years-old, and FMC Corporation, an excelweek.
scholarship, sportsmanship, lead- in college, and expect to be mar-lent vehicle for capital enhanceried in a year. My college ex- ment.
ership and character.
Economic Squeeze
and wedding expenses Q) "I am a widow with a
Also graduating were Edwin penses
have already been taken care daughter
Barnes,
Ellen
Mary
Boyd,
Elizain college. I am InterSeen for Dairy Farmers
beth M. Boynton, R o b e r t A. of. Would you please advise what ested in stocks for liberal income
TRENTON (AP) — Gov. Rich- Cooke, 3d., Alice S. Davidson, investments would be the best nd have a good savings account. WEST LONG BRANCH - The
ard J. Hughes said Tuesday Charlotte H. Ellis, Frank J. for me for maximum growth and own 110 Campbell Taggart, 20 Board of Education here is seekL. R.laton Manufacturing Co., 80 Sin-ing a full time librarian for the
south Jersey dairy farmers Fischer, Elizabeth A. Harvey, maximum safety?"
borough's school system.
would be caught in an economic Anita L. Jones and Jeffrey B.
:lair Oil, 80 Dana Manufactur- In order to qualify, applicants
A)
Please
let
me
congratulate
squeeze if the federal govern- McDonnell.
ng, and 100 United Gas Corpora- must have a college degree in
you
on
your
forthcoming
wedding
ment rescinds its milk marketMore are: Katherine Mon- and your fine inheritance. At theion. Can you give me any ad-either teaching or library science
ing order.
E. U. and some graduate work Is detaigne, Garnette E, Mullis, Carol present relatively high state of rice?"
Hughes appealed to U.S. Agri' A. Russell, Caroiyn Q. Scudder, the market, I belive you should
culture Secretary Orville Free- Herbert C. Smith, Robert C. Stan- invest no more than $15,000, leav- A) Gladly. You have a gener- sired. In addition, certification as
man not to do away with the ley, 3d Frederick F. Tompkins ing $10,000 In the savings bank illy good list of income stocks, I a librarian is required.
m pleased to say. Campbell The board announced at last
order covering nine south Jer- and Christina M. Walsh.
faggart is one of the more sue- night's meeting that lt is having
sey Counties and part of Perm H i g h e s t scholarship awards as a cash reserve.
oner- extreme difficulty in filling 'he
baking comoanies.
companies, opersylvania. The order establishes went to Joseph W, Huber and I suggest that you buy equal •useful haldne
minimum prices for raw milk Lisa McCarter of the third grade; dollar amounts of Bristol-Myers iting mainly in the South anc position.
on the farm.
Ann Van Rennselaer and Marc —in Pharmaceuticals, proprietary
"Many south Jersey farmers de Laperouse, fourth grade; Pa- drugs (Bufferin) and toiletries
KEYPORT, N. J .
would find their markets in seri tricia H. Taylor and Peter'T. (Clairol)—which Is one of the
stocks; Winnous jeopardy if the proposed Hetzler, f i f t h grade; Anne W. best of all growth
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50В»i in a telegram to Freeman.
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consistent
record
of
gains
in
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Instead of rescinding the or-nott, seventh grade; Christina
46
66% der, Hughes said, the federal Walsh, eighth grade, and Nancy t h i r d
grade; Christopher P.
331/5
government should step up en-K. Haaren of the ninth grade Tompkins and Vanna M. Borden,
forcement procedures and im Peter T. Hetzler won the Jiiirior fourth grade; Edith C. Borden
pose stiffer penalties on dealers Shield for high scholarship and and Hans P. Huber, fifth grade;
4214 violating the order.
Christina Walsh won the Senior Philippe de Laperouse, sixth
40%
grade; Eleanor H. Huber and
40W
Under New Jersey's milk prlo Shield award.
25%
minimum retail Honorable mentiori for h i g h Russell C. Tompkins, seventh
40% ing system,
34% prices are pegged to prices of scholarship went to Edwin S. grade, and Frederick F. TompOpen Mon. and Fri. evening$ 'til 9 p.m.
67U
i raw product on the farm.
Field and Cynthia S. Riker of the IS, eighth grade.
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: : В« m pounded down mercilessly the breakfast meeting of con- Corporate bonds declined. U.S
•la eirly trading yesterday, but gressional leaders with President Treasury bonds were stronger.
buyers came back in swarms Johnson, at which those present
Yesterdays closing stocks:
.and the market rallied so strong- were said to agree that the ACF Ind
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Kennecott
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28
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48
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Alcoa
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73'/
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Am M Fdy 17
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Stl
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73V4
Am Mot
Mick
Trk
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Mapiavox
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Oil
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Armour
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Pepsico
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- R e v . Richard C. Brfietel!*
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ed a distinguished military, grad- TRENTON - Msgr. John J. Rev. Edward U. Kmiec. assistNEPTUNE — Mark and Wayne spokesman for Fitkin Hospital,
Church, Maple Shade, tВ»*St.
TRENTON (AP)-Afl passen- Bodlne are still clinging desper- where the boys are hospitalized, MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Ma]. uate there upon completion of the O'Hsra, pastor of the Church of ant at St. Rose Church, Belmar, Rose Church, Belmar.
?
ger c a n manufactured after ately to life more than two weeks gives them "a :fair chance" ofClaude D. Stephenson, Jr., was Air Force Reserve Officer Train- the Ascension, Bradley Beach, was named assistant chancellor,
Rev.
William
J.
Bau*ch
fttm
has
been
named
dean
of
Monmaster
of
ceremonies
and
secreJuly 1, 1966, and sold in Newafter being critically wounded by living through the ordeal.
ing Corps program.
graduated from the U. S. Air
St Joseph's Church, Keypoft to
Jersey must be equipped with their fatter in a shooting spree. Their two most frequent visi- Force Air Command and Staff His wife, Rena. is the daugh- mouth ana Ocean Counties, Bish- tary to the bishop.
Our Lady of Perpetual ^fcl
treat seat belts under a bill Both Mark, 4, and Wayne, 11, tors are their aunt, Mrs. MarCollege at Maxwell AFB, Ala.,ter of Mrs. George P. Beaver of op George W. Ahr of the Tren- Transfers announced by Bishop Church, Maple Shade.
signed into law Tuesday by Gov. have become paralyzed by the
628 Gerard Ave., Long Branch, ton Diocese has announced.
garet Wilkins of Trenton, who isFriday.
Ahr
included:
Richard J. Hughes,
Rev. Joseph J. Mize(ak rfrora
shots fired into uheir head and Mrs. Bodine's sister, and their The graduation
Msgr. O'Hara succeeds the late
ceremonies N. J.
The measure provides that the chest by their father that fate- grandfather, Thurston B. Bodine marked the end of more ,than
Msgr. John F, Baldwin, pastor —Rev. James J. McConnell Sacred Heart Church, S^uth
from St. Dorothea's Church, Ea- Plainfield, to Holy
cars must have at least two sets ful night of MВ»y 31. Police have of 10 Wall St., Long Branch.
nine months of professional miliOTA INSTALLATION of St. Mary of the Lake Church, tontown to Immaculate Concep- Church, Union Beach.
of safety belts on the front seat. termed the incident a murder- The hospital spokesman said tary education. The Air ComLakewood, who died last year.
FREEHOLD — Officers Intion Church, Somerville.
The belts must be approved by suicide.
Rev. Raymond R. Griffin i .
the boys "apparently recognize mand and Staff College is part stalled at a recent meeting of the Rev. Edward A. Reissner,
the director of the State Division They say the father, Thurston each other and they recognize of the Air University, the Air
—Rev. Leo A, Kelty from St. St, Agnes Church, Atlantic HighKeansburg,
has
been
named
secOf Motor Vehicles.
B. Bodine Jr., a sheet metal their aunt." He said they had notForce's senior military educa- Regional High School PTA were
Ann's Church, Keansburg, to St.lands, to Incarnation
*"u
Mrs. Frank Yapps, president; retary and actuary of the DioThe bill fras sponsored by the worker and a police reserve of- indicated that they knew what tion institution, v/hich prepares John Miller, vice president; Mrs.cesan Tribunal, which handles Dorothea's Church, Eatontown. Trenton.
five Republican assemblymen ficer in Ocean Township, used happened to their parents.
officers for higher command and Harold Breining, second vice matrimonial
matters. Father —Rev. August Neumann from Rev. James N, Cammisa:f?om
from Essex County and Assem his police revolver to shoot and
president; Mrs. William Kelley, Reissner formerly was master St. Joseph's Church, North Plain- St. Joseph's Church, Beverly* to
Dr. Raul Pietri, the physician staff positions.
blyman Joseph J , Maraziti, R- kill his wife, Florence, 39, and to
field to St. Joseph's Church, Key- St, Agnes Church, Atlantic #$ghshoot and critically wound thein charge of the boys, has re- Maj. Stephenson is being reas- corresponding secretary, and of ceremonies and secretary to
Morris,
port. Father Neumann formerly lands.
the bishop.
signed to Holloman AFB, N. Mex.Carl Dahlbom, treasurer.
fused to discuss the case.
boys
before
taking
his
own
life
in
Other bills signed into law by
their
home
at
540
Dow
Ave.,
Hughes, listed by sponsor, inOcean Township.
cluded:
Assemblyman Keith, R-Mon- Besides being paralyzed, the elniouth, and two others—provides der boy was blinded by the
that in apportioning costs in re-shooting. Despite all this,
Seat Belts
Boy* 8ho$ by FatherStephenson
Still fiieftt for Life Is Air Force
Wednesday, June 16, 1965—5
THE DAILY REGISTER
College Grad
Transfers Announced
For Trenton Diocese
ml
gional school districts, pupil enrollment figures will be based on
the number of children registered on the last school day in
September rather than on average daily enrollment.
Assemblyman Sears, It-Mor- SHREWSBURY — Mrs. Franris—Reduces the residence re- ces Gesner of Paterson was
quirement for voting in a school elected first president of fhe New
election to six months from one Jersey State Association of Larynyear in the state and to 40 days gectomee Clubs at a meeting
in В» county from five months. here Sunday.
Sen. Sarcone, R-Essex—ProCortland B. Ogden of West
vides that in cases where someKeansburg, president of the Garone seeks to lease or buy ripariden State Nu Voice Club, was
an lands, the applicant shall
chosen assistant secretary and
give six months notice of his intreasurer of the association.
tention when it is impossible to
specifically determine bounda- Presiding at a meeting of the
Nu Voice Club Saturday in Trinries.
Sen. Stout, R-Monmouth—Ap- ity Episcopal Church, Red Bank
propriates $5,000 to defray state Mr. Ogden welcomed new memexpenses of a national conven- ber Sylvester Zsak of Perth Amtion of the Legion of Valor of the boy.
Appointed chairman of the picUnited States of America, Inc.,
nic committee was Walter Hagthis month in Asbury Park.
Sen. Ozzard, R-Somerset—Pro- erman. Larry Flannigan is a covides that a widow of a police- chalrmaji. Committee members
man or fireman must have mar- include Sally and Mahlon Jesried before he retired or five sup, Michael Riordan, and Des
years before hisdeath to be eli-Boganouriz.
gible for pension benefits. The Speech therapist John McClear
present law provides that a wid- directed speech class from 10 un'
ow is eligible if she married a til 11 a.m.
policeman or fireman before he The club'a next meeting will
reached age 50 and before he re-be Saturday, July 10, in the
tired.
church.
FOOD BUYS
Laryngectomee
Club Organizes
County Paying $8,419
For Film Equipment
FREEHOLD — The Monmouth have to truck the materials, the
County Board of Freeholder ap- board decided.
proved purchase yesterday of
C. A. Sutphen Co., Freehold,
microfilming equipment in hopes low bidder, received a contract
of stretching out storage space for $2,400 for supplying 150 bar
In the county clerk's office.
rels of joint filler for roads.
At a cost of $8,419, the board
Rale on Route
bought two cameras, a projector,
a processor, and other equipment Final action was taken, after
from Recordak, Jnc.\ an East- a public hearing at which no one
m*n-Ko&ait subsidiary, Roches- appeared, on a' rts&tftui' adopting more severe regulations for
ter, N. Y., the only bidder.
repair of roads opening on counThe clerk's bfflM will employ ty highways.
Its own technicians to operate
The measure had been slated
the machinery in an area adjafor adoption two weeks ago but
cent to the clerk's photocopying
was delayed to permit the county
lection.
counsel, John M. Pillsbury, to
County Clerk J. Russell Wool reply to inquiries directedtohim
ley has estimated that there is by utility companies and contracavailable ahelf apace for stocking tors.
deeds, mortgages, and other docRoads are opened primarily
uments for another two years.
By microfilming future papers, either for installation or repair
however, the same space is be-of utility lines, or for road building projects.
lieved to be adequate for six
The new . regulations provide
years.
for the procedure in obtaining a
Contracts Divided
permit, guaranteeing financial reOn receipt of identical bids of
sponsibility for satisfactory cov$160,000 for 2,000 tons of bituminering of holes, and effecting penous concrete material for road
alties.
patching, the board decided to di
vide Its purchases between the Final approval was given an
bidden, M. J. Stavola Co., New ordinance appropriating $265,000
for first stages of development
Shrewsbury,
y, and Fred McDowell
of the Turkey Swamp County
C N
t
Co.)
Neptune.
with Park in Freehold Township. A
Orders will be placed
p
i closest to thepublic hearing produced no comwhichever firm is
ment.
job site where the county will
Authorization was voted for
the taking of bids July 6 for installation of a traffic safety signal at Joline Ave. and Liberty
St., Long Branch.
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glass in a freak accident in her
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Industry for the County
Levere Leese, regional industrial
development manager for Jersey Central Power and Light Co., told the
Middletown Chamber of Commerce
last week that Monmouth County—
located between Norfolk, Va., and
Boston, Mass.—is an ideal Eastern
Seaboard location for industry.
In recent years, the county has
had moderate success in attracting industry, but the record could be fettered and should be if school, municipal and county services are to be
improved.
Mr. Leese noted, for example, that
despite the attractiveness of this general area, only 18 of Monmouth County's more than 50 municipalities have
commissions or groups actively working to promote industrial development.
The industrial promotional field is
s highly competitive one. Twenty
years ago, there were 800 groups in
the nation working in the field—
at present there are between 15,000
and 20,000.
Mr. Leese pinpointed four major
attractions for industry: sound local
government, good educational and
community facilities, good transportation facilities, and a sound tax
structure.
This is not to, say that industry
is an end-all. There are those towns
which want to remain totally residential and there are those which
want to maintain certain residential
areas. Each municipality has a right
to map its own destiny.
On the other hand, there is no
doubt that more can be done at the
county and local levels to bring industry to proper locations within the
county.
Matawan Library Question
The motivations of the Matawan
Borough-iMatawan Township Library
Board in proposing a new library were
of the highest nature, but the board's
method of approach leaves much to
be desired.
The two towns operate a joint library system. The present library is
outmoded and inadequate as a result
of population growth in the area.
The board—although its stand is
not unanimous—has had . a survey
compiled wherein a 21,000-squarefoot building is. proposed, in two
stages.
Estimated cost, including construction, equipment and $150,000 for new
books, totals more than $800,000.
Members of Matawan Borough
Council and Matawan Township Committee have already made it clear
that the cost is too high and have
shown their displeasure over the fact
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that the board did not co-ordinate its
planning with master plans which are
being prepared in" the two towns.
The reason given by the board's
consultant was that the master plans
are not ready. That is true, but they
will be ready in the near future and
they will include a section on capital
expenditures, based on the over-all
needs of the communities and methods of financing.
Matawan Borough is faced now
with major expenditures for_ roads
and an expanded water system. The
township will be spending several
hundred thousand dollars on roads
and an addition to town hall. A
10-year, $5'/ВЈ million school building
program is already under way.
A need for a library—yes—but
there is also a need for co-ordinated,
over-all planning. That is the concept
of master plans.
Sylvia Porter: Your Money's Worth
Those Corporate Bigamists
If you are one of America's millions of
husband Is trying to ease his conscience.
wives with an ambitious husband who is
Feinberg even goes so far as to say flatly,
dedicated to his job, you surely have heard
' "Most top executives find their careers more
(countless times) one or more of these phony
exciting, than their wives, especially after
alibis to explain his long working hours:
20.or 30 years of marriage. That makes for
a troubled marriage at a critical period in
Alibi One: I'm really
the executive's life . . ."
doing it all for you and'
Admitting that these are sham excuses,
the kids.
what can the husband and his wife do to
Alibi Two. You have
resolve the conflict? In this sphere I think
everything you could posFeinberg is rather superficial, but here are
sibly waht—money, social
Lucien Nedzl, (IM/lldi.); John Brademai,
WASHINGTON - A well organized, caresome of his "cures":
••
status, a beautiful home.
(D-Ind): Augustus Hawkins, (D-Calif.).
fully planned, amply financed nationwide
What can you possibly have
For the husband:
. ;, With {both the subcommittee and full comdrive is now In full swing to force a roll call
to complain about?
Assume responsibility for your wife and
mittee tifising thumbs dwn,, that means a
vol4 ia thB House to unseat Mississippi'*
Alibi Three?' You aren*'. <>.!children, schedule andip"lah>Hrne!for them,
strongly jfeappraving report"'— plus other
five congressmen — four Democrats, one
Interested in My career.
regard this as therapy. Let yourself be inhampering complications.
Republican.
terrupted during the business day by and
Alibi' Four. You don't
BATTLE PLANS - This is well known to
Significantly Indicative of the tactics and
for your family. If you're away on prolonged
PORTER
recognize me for what I
SNCC and other leaders, but it's far from
nature of this movement
trips, call home regularly and frequently.
am. In the office I'm the boss. At home,
discouraging them.
is the participation of Rep.
Spend
money freely on your wife, don't
you try to turn me into a handyman.
They art> convinced an aggressive camJohn Lindsay, liberal Remake
this a tax deduction by combining
Alibi Five: I'm a very busy man. I don't
paign of high-powered lobbying, demonstrapublican candidate for maybusiness with pleasure and buy thoughtful
have enough time for the family.
tions, and other pressure tactics can make
or of New York, in what is
gifts for your children too. Share your failAlibi Six: I can't reason with you anya big difference. Above all, they view this
being characterized as a
ures and successes with your family as fremore. Everytlme I try to talk to you about
fight as part of the general civil rights agi"giant outdoor rally" of the
quently as they occur. Start now to make
tation, and feel it's bound to pay off regardless . my work, you turn the discussion into a,Mississippi Freedom Demsmall, compromising changes in your pattern
•
of the outcome in the House. '
' • terrible argument.
ocratic Party in Brooklyn
of activity. .•
this Sunday.
Each is humbug to cover up the truth—
. Pursuing this backstage strategy, followFor the wife:
.
Chief promoter of this
namely, that your husband thrives on hard
ing is what they have in the works:
Sit it out and wait until the pressures on
meeting is the Student Nonwork, is compulsively drawn to his job, is
—Several hundred college students and
your husband lessen. Get Involved in comALLEN
Violent Co-ordinating Comspurred on by his job's challenge, competifaculty members will converge on Washingmunity affairs, go back to school, develop
mittee (SNCC). militantly in the forefront
tion and pressures, would probably do just
ton this week for intensive lobbying of selecInterests, feel important and useful. Don't
of the civil rights fusillading.
what he is doing even if he never had marted congressmen — particularly from metroreject your husband's gifts, particularly if
ried you.
Express purpose is to exert direct popolitan and other centers with large Negro
he picked them out for you.
That will be. the accusation of Dr. Mortilitical pressure on two leading Brooklyn reppopulations.
To me, a dedicated working wife of a
mer R. Feinberg in the forthcoming Issue of
resentatives; — Emanuel Celler, (D), veteran
—Next weekend Freedom Party, SNCC
dedicated working husband, it seems these
"Business Management," a trade publication
chairman of the Judiciary
and other leaders will confer in the capital
"cures" will be meaningful only if you first
going to a selected group of about 140,000
Committee,
and
John
on other lobbying and political plans. They
place all the alibis on the kitchen table and,
executives in corporations with 100 or more
Rooney, (D), head of a
will a!so seek meetings with House leaders
together, face them for what they are. Then,
employees. With appreciation, I report Feinmajor appropriations subof both parties — who so far have been quietly
singly and together, try to find the most re' berg's findings to you who otherwise would
committee.
but flatly opposed to the ouster olamor.
warding routes to the richest lives you can
not get his message, because I thoroughly
Last January at the
—Freedom Party lawyers will file a 200create.
agree that these are commonplace alibis of
opening of Congress both
page brief with the elections subcommittee
the "corporate bigamist"—the man married
voted against the Freedom
Whatever .you do won't be perfect (what;
detailing the case for unseating the five Missisboth to his company and his wife, dedicated
^ ^
Party's demand that the
is?), but it surely will be .superior to today's
sippi congressmen. Principal basis for that
to the first, devoted to the second.
gk < ^ ^ H five Mississippi congressshrill squabbles or, even worse, suffocating
demanj is the contention that Negroes in the
k
W'^^KM
rnen be denied their seats.
Behind, each alibi is the fact that the
silences.
:
state are generally denied voting rights, and
I J H H
Other' congressmen are
therefore the legislators ere holding their
SCOTT
slated to be subjected to
seats illegally. The five congressmen will have
similar "heat-applying" affairs.
30 day? te file a reply.
,
, AMONG THE CITIES on SNCC's list are
WHILE FACING heavy odds, ouster leadBoston. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh,
ers have scored one tactical, gain.
Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Louis, Seattle, San
House Clerk Ralph Roberts has agreed to
Francisco, Los Angeles. In all of these areas,
publish as an official document all Freedom
Democrats and Republicans voted to accept
Party charges and supporting material —
<the Mississippi lawmakers' certificates of
running into some 15,000 pages of affidavits,
election and to seat them.
June 25 is the 20th anniversary of the
depositions, statements and a large mass of
glass house. The Soviets moved their missiles
If a majority of these votes can be won,
founding of the United Nations. The anniother material. It is estimated this will cominto Cuba, and it took the eyeball-to-eyeball
they would go a long way reversing that
prise three volumes — of which Roberts is
versary day comes at a time when the UN
action'of President Kennedy to do anything
ballot
credited as indicating 1,000 sets will be
has never been more powerless to affect
about that. It was suggested at the time that
As of now, the prospects of doing that
printed.
the UN provide inspection inside Cuba to
the behavior of nations. The UN General
are not promising.
see that the missile sites had really been
Assembly met this year
Foi rronths he had refused to publish
Numerous difficult obstacles stand in the
dismantled, but we are still waiting for that
this material. He has given no reason for his.
without ever daring to put
way — starting with the House elections subto happen. And now. as the tempo of warunannounced decision to do so.
anything to a vote, lest
committee considering the ouster action. Not
fare rises in Viet Nam, and the OAS takes
Mere than 100 volunteer lawyers throughSoviet Russia, which has
only is Chairman Robert Ashmore, (D-S.C.)
the play away from the UN in the Dominican
out the country collected this data in 28
refused to pay its share of
against it, but so are the other four members.
Republic,
the UN's U Thant wrings his hands
states and among Mississippi communities.
the bill for past "peaceThey are virtually certain to file a unanimous
and bemoans his lack of power to do anything.
The work was done under the direction of
keeping" operations, should
adverse report.
William Kunstler, N.Y., chief counsel for the
•When the speeenmakers converge on San
be forced by the regulations
In the full committee only six of the 25
Mississippi party; Arthur Kinoy, Rutgers UniFrancisco a few days from now to celebrate
either to pay up or be demembers are known to be favorable. They
versity law professor; Benjamin Smith, New
the
UN's 20th anniversary, they will no doubt
prived of participation in
are Pep. Jonathan Bingham, (D-N.Y.);
Orleans attorney; and Morton Stavis, Newark,
pay pious tribute to the world organization
Assembly declsiqns. What
Frank Thompson, (D-N.J.) John Dent, (D-Pa.)
N.J.
as "the last best hope." And, in so doing,
this means is that the UN
they will be helping to perpetuate an illuCHAMBERLAIN has no way of forcing its
sion that has ruined the teaching of political
members to obey its own internal rules.
science In the United States. For a generation
How, then, can it make its writ effective in
now American students In high school and
the world at large?
college have been led to believe that the
The answer is that UN peace-keeping
peace of the world can be kept by machinery,
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has always been at the mercy of chance.
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The one important UN action, which was
to deploy power to the ends of making war
taken in Korea in 1950 after a Communist
unprofitable. Our people have had their eyes
Established 1878 by John H. Cook and Henry City
~
army had invaded South Korea from the
diverted from realities, and, like all dreamnorth, came at a time when the Soviet Union
walkers, they have not been able to act
Published by The Red Bank Register Incorporated
had absented itself from the Security Council
responsibly when confronted with crises.
W. HARRY PENNINGTON, President
JAMES J. MOGAN, Editor and so failed to use its veto. The UN has
This does not mean that the UN is useM. HAltOLD KELLY. General Manager
had a couple of successes in preventing conless. The business of making your diplomacy
flagrations in the Middle East, and it achieved
stick, and of balancing the power, is a matter
jr. BIy e n e m m Editor
William F. Sandford and Arthur Z. Kimto *u«»iut Editor,
a most dubious victory In the Congo by drivof convincing others, and the UN offers a
Frank W. Harbour mrnsmam Bur<В«i u p .
Charles A. Johnston rnmoid Bureau up.
ing Moise Tschombc out of his home province
forum that can be Just as useful as the old
of
Katanga.
But
this
just
about
completes
meetings of plenipotentiaries. But the point
Member of the Associated Press
the
record
of
the
UN's
peace-keeping
atoUUd PrMt It «ctltled •zciuilvtly to ui« ui» (or rtpubllcfttloi oi au UM loon a m pnaua i i u u
Is that the UN is merely a place for a meetaf will al all AP otwi dlip&lcha
accomplishments.
Ing of the powers, not a power in itself. The
Meanwhile, terrible things have happened
great disservice that all the professional
Member of American Newspaper Publishers Association
while the representatives of 100-odd nations
"friends of the UN" have done Is to confuse
Member Audit Bureau of Circulation
talked and talked and talked in the glass
the categories. The school children whom
ThВ» lUd Buk R t i w В» . tea. t u u m u no nnanciai nixxummuei lor ij-pocriprucu trron In UrtitiMminu. out
house
hard
by
the
waters
of
Manhattan's
they herd through the gates of the UN to
Win. nprlfit prltliout eharfi. that part of an idvВ«rtliem*nt In which tnВ» typofnptucu trror oeeun. AdvtrtlMn ffIB
ylaua fiotM? tbi maoaftmtat Immediately of any error irMcti ma; occur.
East River. Khrushchev's tanks rumbled in•tell them about "world government" grow up
to
Hungary
In
1956
and
the
UN
did
nothing.
with much in place-of brains.
rau » n « » u w MroriM at iwpMUlbllltlM lor naitmeoU oi •pinion in J»u»r« trom It* radar*.
When Nehru, supposedly one of the UN'j
A lot of things will bo said at San Fran•obeorlpUMi pr!e«ia U n n n
hnt ttu I MM. Per montti В»l.W
true believer*, В« n t Indian troops into-Portur
Cisco on June 26. But will anyone have tha
•iogit copy a* counter, f omti
MDfle cop/ h j null. 10 centi
В« montht-iixS
Imnthi-KN guese Goa, there wasn't a peep eut^of the
courage to come up with one honest speech?
Robert S. Allen, Paul Scott: Ingide Washington
Mississippians Face Ouster Move
K
John Chamberlain: These Days
The UN's Twentieth Anniversary
The child Is ait enigma. He can be loved. And appreciated
And taught And tamed. He can be bathed and fed ana awdicited, But how does a parent scrub a mind?. Who can jjet
into that small round lovable skull to find out what is really
going on? If anything . . .
Dr. Ivan C. Berlien is a psychiatrist s
psychiatrist. He is a member of the Mental
Health Society, a founding member of The
Group for the Advancement of Phychlatry.
He is 57, handsome, blue-eyed, and wears
silver-framed glasses and a goW wedding
band. He sat at lunch in the Calcutta Room
of . the Diplomat Hotel an talked of the
little ones,
"Children," he said, "require total love.
Vou cannot turn effection on them and turn
..it off." He worked over a lean salad with
fat dressing. "You cannot fool dogs, horses
or babies," he said. "They can detect love
BISHOP
as a Gelger counter detects radiation."
•With love, he said, goes discipline. A well-loved child understands, and secretly appreciates, a good whack on the
rump. A beating alienates a youngster, and screaming relieves the parent, but a sharp .paddling teaches the colt that
,he has tried to hop the fence of the parental corral. The young
are always testing the love of mothers and fathers.
The infantile sexual desire of the child turns toward himself. This Is normal. Dr. Berlien thinks it is best to ignore thU
so-called naughtiness, rather than draw attention to it. Exposing a child to shame seldom stops the offense. What is
done openly can be done secretly.
Sleep is sometimes fretful because little ones fear losing
the few skills they have. The use of a spoon, toilet training,
buttoning clothes properly, can keep a youngster awake.
Often, a bed-wetter is merely trying to say: "See? I'm a baby.
You have placed too much responsibility on me."
Proper diet Is almost unimportant, Youngsters sense their
food needs, often with more accuracy than parents or doctors. The best rule is: "Put it on the table and permit the
child to take it from there." One little boy was found chewing
the morter from between bricks in a house. Blood chemistry
tests showed that he had a calcium deficiency. He knew where
to cure it.
Imaginary games are important. For the young, it is the
creation of a lovely world. However, if the child-prefers imaglnary games when real children 'are available for play, see a
psychiatrist. If girls play boys' games, and vice versa, there
is no danger unless it persists through puberty. At that time,
it might be a single indication of homosexuality.
"Adolescence," said Dr. Berlien, choosing the parts of
the salad he liked, and ignoring the rest of it, "is so stormy
that I wonder how anybody gets through it. Often, an adolescent will appear to be emotionally disturbed when he Isn't,
and appear not to be when he is."
Like travel In outer space, there are no absolutes In a ;
young mind: The best advice is to watch a persistent behavior flaw. Then use common sense. If it rings an alarm •
bell in the parent's mind, do not excuse it, hide it or attack .
It alone. Ask for psychological help. It's a lovely feeling when
a competent doctor tells you that there is nothing abnormal.
There Is a herd instinct in our youth. The current generation wants to play everything "cool." This denotes an
undying enmity to tears, sentiment—almost all the emotions
except derisive iaughter. The girls, like sheep, depress their
natural emotions because the boys want everyone to "play
it cool." It applies to music, love, dates, moo rule, dress,
cleanliness* and responsibility. This generation, I would *ur-.
mise, has a date with oblivion.
,
The battle with the teen-agers is already lost. This,
fortunately, Is not true with babies. Infants who scream and
hold their breath, or bang their heads against walls, should
be ignored. Continued holding of breath induces a comatose
state, and natural breathing automatically begins. All of this
•amounts to.a. clash of wills. The .parent mu£l frin'it. . ' v j
i
"The main components," the doctor sail 1 eyeing a dessert .'•
wagon*1 and ВЈ try ing to turn away from it; "are'itotal love And
total truth, Love is shown, not said. Truth is said not phown.
;If a child asks about sex, answer all questions bluntly and
permit the youngster to control the depth'of Ihe questioning.
"If you don't answer all the questions, the child is prone
to experiment with the opposite sex tosatlsfy curiosity. It Is
impossible to enuciate hard rules, but love, truth and education come close to good mental health."- ••• •
,; There is a Mental Health Society listed in your phSne
book. It costs $2 to join. In return, you will get good brochures
with helpful guidelines free. It's as good Jor.parents as it
is for children.,
'
Dr. Berlien sipped, his coffee and left. He really digs kid*.
He has been married 30 years. "We were never blessed with
ahy,"he'saM...
Events of Years Ago
50 Years Ago
Walter D. Brown of Freneau plowed up two old copper
cents. One was dated 1800, the other 1807. Both had liberty
heads.
A. P. Clayton, the cop who directed auto traffic,; at a
dangerous corner in Adelphia, appeared in a new uniform.
Cape. G. N. Finlay of the Military Academy at Fueeho'ld
broke his wrist cranking an automobile.
Henry Stricklin of Adelphia had a Revolutionary War
powder and ball box marked with the date 1778.
25 Years Ago :
Frank'Haagan of West Long Branch retired after 57 yeari
as a barber. He had never taken a vacation except for legal
holidays, and missed only three days work on account of sickness.
The U.S. Navy's radio direction-finding station at iFort
Hancock was closed permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. George W, C, McCarter of Rumson held t
reception In the Shelburne Hotel, Atlantic City,, to .celebrate
their fifth wedding anniversary.
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Regular
$1.69
Has chromed grill and legs,
red enameled fire bowl. Handle folds for compact storage.
Save $1.96
168*
28'
Heats 47.6 gallons of water 60* in
1 hour. 100% gas cutoff. Non-softening FiberglasВ® dip tube for improved safety. Complete with center \
flue, glass-lined tank and wrap-!
around 1-inch glass-wool insulation.'
Complete with charcoal trim.
*NO MONEY DOWN
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ALUMINUM WINDOWS
Completely Installed
A. 4-INCH BELT SANDER has big 4x24-inch belt for smooth sanding. Alumi•• num alloy housing. Ball and sleeve bearings. 110-120-volt, 25-60-cycle'AC-DC.
UL lisled. Regular $64.99.
B. 829.99 CRAFTSMAN POWER PLANEU-2/5-HI> "develops" 27,000'RPM.
Culler 1%-in. long planes up to 1/64-in. deep. Aluminum housing; 100%
ball bearings.
C. m.99 i{,-I.\CH INDUSTRIAL DRILL — Develops %-HP. . . . drills in
SIOPI. Reversible-flip switch. Removable spade-grip and pipe handles. 100%
ball bearings.
D. 814,99 CRAFTSMAN 14.FNCH DRILLS - Develops 1/5-HP. Spindle lock
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lisled.
E. $29.95 61/2-1NCH ELECTRIC HAND SAW. (not'shpwn) — Develops H4-HP.
Has sawdust hlower. Depth of cilt 0' to 2^-in. at 90"; 0 tb I 15/lfj-in. at
45В°. UL lisled.
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White Film
Sears New High
Speed Slide Film
Regular $2.29
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Sears Prices
With developing end plastic
mounts included. 20 exp. rolL
Shoots even in poor light.
Numbers 120, 127, 6390. Vfitj
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SAVE $1.02
ON EACH PAIRI
Relax this Summer . . . the choice is yours В»t
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combed cotton fabrics . . . shorts are shrinkagecontrolled and feature a large selection of washfast solids and plaids. Ivy style in waist sizes 28
to 40. Continental style in solids, 28 to 38, plaids
28 to 36.
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laced front, coin pocket, contrasting trim, drawstring waist and front supporter. Sizes Small
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All seams are sewn with Dacron 8 polyester thread. Fully-cushioned insoles
provide daylong support, comfort.
Rugged polyvinyl soles, too! Choose
women's sizes 4 ^ - 9 , 10 in black,
white, : navy. Young misses' sizes
•12^-4 in white, navy or red. Children's protective toe-capped Btyle,
sizes 4-12, comes in white, red, navy,
plaid.
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on Sears Revolving Charge
2 Pairs for S3
Cool Cotton Crinkle Crepe
Sleepers and Pajamas
Boys'
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Infants'
Sizes 6 mos. to 4T
Bccolar $ U 9
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Regular
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Our well-made bold striped cotton knit
jersies. Colors are vat-dyed,' shoulders are
taped for extra wear. Machine washable.
Sizes 4-12.
• Cotton crinkle crepe is lightweight, cool and absorbent...
so comfy for warm-weather sleeping! And it machine
washes 'n dries qtiickly with no ironing needed.
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are complete.
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campers, too with accessory loops, 1
big carry-all bellows pocket. 1 zip, 2
back pockets. Navy, loden. Sizes 4-18.
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Summing it up in a few words: if you want
full value for your food dollar buy AfcP
brands! You'll be delighted with the fine
quality and appetizing variety. This week;
why not tiyAfkP brands...especially A&P
Custom-Ground Coffee, Ann Pag* Fine
Foods and Jan* Parker Baked Foods.
P.S. The taste and thrift wffl help maka
Father's days happier, too!
Pascal Celery N ^ P S I U W
New Greei Cabbage
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IF YOU UKE FIME GIFTS
Peace Corps
Trainee
BROILING, FRYING, BARBECUE
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Split, Quartered
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Fresn Cnicken Paris!
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RED BANK — Mrs. Mary M.
Shotwell of Point Pleasant is retiring from New Jersey Bell Telephone Co. after 2S years' service. She is a line assignment
clerk in the telephone company's
traffic department in Red Bank.
She will be honored by her fellow employees Wednesday, June
30, at an open house in the company's office at 163 Broad St.,
here.
120s*В«et
rolls
12 cz.
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CAT and DOS FOOD
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Scotties Facial Tissue
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right in the store to give you big, fresh, wonderfa]
COFFEE MILL FLAVOR...fresh-ground flavor
If you can't get in a can...at any price!
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Bank since 1949. She was formerly a night chief operator.
She and her husband, Burnett
Shotwell, plan to travel to Phoenix, Ariz., in the fall.
In Germany
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Corn Nifclets
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Jersey Bell career In Morristown
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BLUE BONNET
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Maxwell House Coffee
Yuban Coffee
Savarin Coffee
Bonnie Cat Food
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iFAIR HAVEN - John t. Moncrief, son o( Mr. and Mrs. John
Moncrief, 106 Park A w . , leave*
torooriw for Hawaii as a member of <he Peace Corps.
Training will be for 12 weeks
at the University of Hawaii.
Mr. Moncrief, an alunnui of
RumsonnFair Haven Regional
High School, received a bachelor
oi arts degree in American civilization from Brown University at
commencement exercises June 7
on the Providence, R. I., campus. At Brown he was a member
oi the lacrosse club, served as
president of his dormitory and
was a member of Kappa Sigma
fraternity.
When his training ' In Hawaii
Is complete, Mr. Moncrief plans
to teach English in a school in
Bangkok, Thailand.
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Brylcream Hair Groom
3.5 ci. iubi
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AMERICA'S DEPEHD4BIE FOOD MERCHflNT SINCE 1859
PricM •ffectiv* thru Sat, Jun» 19th In Sup«r Marlc»h and Self-Service Store*
•nly In Northern New Jersey, Orange) and dockland Countle*.
All Tobacco Product*, Fiesh Milk & Alcoholic Bevetagei exempt fiom Plaid Stamp offer.
PFC PETER BURNETT
NUREMBURG, Germany
Army1 PFC Peter Burnett, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Burett, 525 Sycamore A m , Shrewsbury, N.J., who graduated from
Atlantic Highlands High School
in 1962, is now serving as an air
traffic controller at the Army
base here.
PFC Burnett, who recently
:elebrated his 21st birthday here,
as graduated from Air Traffic
Control School at Keesler AFB,
Biloxi, Miss., before being asilgned here.. He is taking college
xedit correspondence courses
ind plans to enter college upon
iis return to the United States.
Training in the Army aviation
'ield under the choose-it-yourself
program is open to high school
graduates. Applications can be
made to the Army Recruiting;
Station, 7 Monmouth St., Red
Bank, N.J.
Butterflies and moths form
ne of the largest order* of Insects. North America h u about
700 species of butterflies and
more than 7,000 special oi
moths.
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OCBANPORT - Art stddenta many of the children really ex-lwbot bead and a rocket ship.
at Wolf Hill School have been cited about sculpturing with "The boys had a bead start in
twisting and turning at their wire," said Mrs. Markov, whosculpturing because of their mandesks recently under the encour- teaches art to more than 600 ual dexterity and' knowledge of
•gensnt of their teacher, Mrs. children at the school,
building things," said Mrs. MarInn* Markov, who wants the chil- A good figure in wire sculpture kov. "However," she added, "the
dren to express themselves.
requires a substantial length of girls soon caught on and were
The.name of their educational wire, a sense of artistic .style really much better because of
game is wire sculpture. "The In- and the patience to twist tha wire their ability to make "prettier and
gredients for success are hunlike a coiled spring to form the more decorative objects."
dreds of feet of scrap wire do- arms, legs, body and head.
More than 70 students, most
nated by the New Jersey Bell Among the many objects of them eighth graders, became
Telephone Co. and a display of sculpted by the school's various involved in wire sculpturing at
enthusiasm from the students. art classes were human figures, WoM Hill School. The children
"I yras surprised to find so animals, a monkey in a cage,, a worked on their models from two
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NEW SHREWSBURY - David
R. Teeters, 18, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert D. Teeters, 86 Edgebrook Ct., is one of five young
men in the country being interviewed by the Navy for the post
of scientific aide in Alaska this
summer.
Soon after the convention, she
read newspaper and magazine
advertisements featuring profes- WIRE SCULPTURE — Kathy Bryan, an eighth grade student at Oceanporf s WolfhiJI
sional
wire
sculpturing. She
called the local New Jersey Bell Avenue School, displays wire sculpture figures thВ» made during an art class project.
Telephone office and ' shortly More than 70 students took part in the program. The wire was donated to the school
thereafter the company donated
a quantity of scrap wire 'to the by tha New Jersey Bell Telephone Company. The student is the daughter of Mr. and
school.
Mrs. Joseph F. Bryan, 254 Arnold St.
Mrs. Markov lives at Loden
Court, Long Branch. Her husINSURANCE COURSE
band, Demetrius Markov, is an MATAWAN - Charles P. Brew
assistant professor of social sci- of 75 Ivy Way has successfully
ence at Monmouth College.
completed an advanced insurance course with emphasis on
commercial lines and multi-peril
policies and was awarded a certificate of completion by the professional School of Business at
Union, N. J.
He is a member of the Mutual
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EATONTOWN Assemblyman Alfred N. Beadleston (RMon) will be the speaker at a
meeting of the Monmouth-Ocean
Section of the New Jersey Association for Brain Injured Children tonight at 8:15 in the Civic
Auditorium of Che Monmouth
Shopping Center, here.
! Mr. Beadleston, author of the
state laws which bear Ms name
and mandate the education of
physically handicapped and mentally retarded children, will speak
on "Education of the Handicapped-'-Wliere Do We Go From
Here?"
Daniel S. Lubetkin, former Essex County assemblyman and
now executive director of the
state Association for Brain Injured Children, will be a guest.
After the meeting, Mr. Lubetkin will answer questions concerning the state group.
Sherman Tarr, 5 Arlington St.,
Oaldiwrst, is, in charge of membership for the local group.
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The scholarship was initiated
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Matteson's retirement after 20
years as principal here.
NEWBERRYS
The council points particularly
to the age group under 15. Seventy-six of these youngsters were
killed in accidents last summer,
and 5,100 others were injured.
Home accidents, accounting for
34 of the deaths, were the major cause, Including fires, falls,
poisonings and mechanical suffocations.
Brain Injured
Children's Unit
Sets Meeting
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Before
attending
Cornell
young Teeters graduated from
Monmouth Regional High School,
second in his class and president
of the student council.
EVERY DAY
NEWARK — Watch out for House Hunting! It's open sea :
youngsters, the New Jersey State ran in the Daily Register dassiSafety Council urges, reminding |fied now,
adults that by the end of June,
more than 2 million school children will begin summer vacations.
Traffic accidents took 21 more
lives in the under-15 age group;
3,043 other youngsters were injured on our highways, Pedestrian children comprised 16 of
the 21 dead. Causes, In order of
Importance, were crossing in
mid-block, crossing from behind
parked cars, crossing at Intersections, and playing in the roadway,
The other 21 children lost their
lives- in pubiir-accldertttr
drowning, two being Jellied on
their bicycles, one each in a fire
and in a fall, and others in miscellaneous mishaps.
The record, the safety council
points out, clearly shows need
for increased supervision of
youngsters during the summer.
Miss Cunliffe
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Young Dtvitf will gotoHew
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for a final interview Wednesday
by officials of the Navy expedition. Results of the interview will
I"- announced by telegram Thursday.
•I don't know yet just what
type of work I'll be expected to
do," the young man said yesterday, "but if I'm picked. It'll
be a wonderful summer."
Teeters, an Eagle Scout and
member of the Forestburg Scout
Reservation staff for several
summers, has completed his
reshman year at Cornell University, where he has been on
the dean's list for the entire SHREWSBURY — Joanne Cun:erm.
liffe of Sickles PI. has been
He was one of 60 boys in thenamed the recipient of the $200
Howard
E. Matteson scholarship.
country recommended by Scout
units for the post, and has now Miss Cunliffe is graduating
progressed to the final screen- from Red Bank High School and
ing, competing against four oth- will attend Trenton State Coler candidates.
lege.
Mrs. Markov, who also teaches Russian language at Fort Monniouth and the Long Branch Adult School, became interested in
wire sculpture after hearing
teachers discuss the use of wire
lor science projects at a recent
teachers' convention in Atlantic
City.
reduced to...
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V7t&t**i*y, June 16,1965-13
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By MILLI HRUSKA
Spring ends and summer be- house on Broadmoor at Rumgins this weekend. The transi- ion • Rd. Saturday evening.
tion is the signal for a change ir Their son, Nicky, and several
mood and dress for ensuing par of his classmates from the Hll
School, Pennsylvania, provided
ties.
The Monmouth Players' party the spectacularly good musical
it the Monmouth Hills Club on entertainment.
Among the 200 or more
Saturday evening is set to begin
early in the evening so that guests were Kay and Jack McCaffrey
of AUenhurst, the Wlluests who are new to the area
may thrill to the breathtaking Ham Diiffys ol Interlaken,
ieauty of the view from the club- Claire and O'Neill Duffy, the
house grounds. And, if they en Robert Badeahops, Ruth and
joy a climb and can stand the Jack Van Kirk, Joe and Jacque
excitement, guests will be in McMahon, the John Hursts,
vited to climb the steep narro' Capt. and Mrs. James Shea,
stairway to the Widow's Walk or EUen and Frank (Dr. and
Mrs.) Gilbertson, Paul Hughes,
the roof of the clubhouse.
The party will begin with cock Jack Embry, the Jack Ekdahls
tails at 7:30 followed by buffe! and June and Jack McRoberts,
supper and (lancing 'til aftei Rumson; Janice and Tom
midnight. The Far Eastern moot Ward, Fair Haven; Norman
of the party will predominate ir and Helen Badenhop, Locust,
the attire of the guests, the fooc and Irene and BUI Lynch,
and the music. The committee ol Northover.
hostesses costumed as Geisha
girls will include Peg (Mrs. Bob) The Victor Hruskas of Ponti
Goodman of Navesink, Peg (Mrs, Verde, Fla., are In residence In
Frank) Baldwin of Monmouth Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank
Hills, Betty (Mrs. James) They are shopping for a ne
Gwynn, Fay (Mrs. Neil) Festa, home in Rumson since his transDorothea Corbin and Barbara fer to the Newark office of Pru(Mrs. William) Rupy of Re dential Insurance Co. Victor
Bank, Kay Gladding of Elberon an executive at Prudential. His
and Aggie (Mrs. S. S.) Smith of brother Is Sen. Roman Hruska of
Monmouth Beach.
Nebraska.
SCHOLARSHIP WINNER Miss Patricia Marra, rigM, o
Long Branch, receives $325 award from Miss Louin
Tomaini, chairman of the scholarship fund of the Mon
mouth Stars Business and Professional Women's Club.
The Monmouth Medical Center student nurse received
her award Monday at the club's dinner meeting
in
ShVidowbrook, Shrewsbury.
Student Nurse Receives
BPW Club Scholarship
ntly living in this
Among those present were
Marya (Mrs. Albert) Weber
and Mrs. Marshall Oleson,
Hazlet, a n d E n i d (Mrs.
Charles) Wood of New York,
national president of the Cosmopolitan Club.
Wagonwheel Playhouse will
present a summer season of
•Theater Under the Start" In
Bodman Park, Middletown, beginning July 1 and ending
Aug. 21.
The plays, in order of their
presentation, will be "The Little Hut," "Born Yesterday,"
"Send Me No Flowers" and
"Little Mary Sunshine."
COLOR ME IMMUNE — A new coloring book designed to encourage immunization
against contagious' diseases is tried out by four-year-old Errol Dovine of Oceanport,
left, and his. brotiis-r Edwin, 5, while a third brother, Johnny, 2, and" Carol Sasleill of
Eatontown wait thair turn. Books, provided by the state Department of Health, are
On the Champagne Circuit being distributee! at Well-Child Conferences conducted by the Monmouth County
through the week were:
Jean and Jack Von der Lieth, Organization for SВ»c!aJ Service. The children pictured are at the Bodman HВ«*Iih
Sue and Gene Schueler, Red Center, Wayside, during clinic sewion at which MCOSS provided health examfiiWtionj,
Farley and Rosemary Walters of immunizations and haalrh guidance.
Rumson and Bob Bazley and
Douglas Hart of Middletown at
Dave Doran's Quay in Sea
Bright.
At Marge and Frank Manson's
elegantly beautiful -Cobblestones,
Middletown, enjoying an epicurSHREWSBURY-JMrs Kay De a Rurason vocal and instrumental
ean delight that is a specialty of
CWcchio was installed as pres- group, King James and His Court,
the house, broiled shrimp stuffed
ident of the Monmouth Shore Members are Jamie Mellish, and
EDITOR'S NOIEi
This primary purpose of a Crossroads ment. These two programs -are
with crabmeat, were Lillian de
Business and Professional Wom- Misses Sharon Leroy, Sue Hofl
Gore, Sea Bright; Woodrow is a jirst of a series of ar- work project Is not the speedy by no means In competition. OCA
en's Club at a dinner meeting man, Joan Karlnja and Sue Gai
Bowne, Cobble Close, Middle- ticles by a 20-year-old Rum- finishing of a concrete building, may be said to have an advanside.
here In Shadowbrook.
but'the gradual beginning of an tage because of its age and perBy Water, the magnificent Kathy (Mrs. Frederick B.)
Other new officers are Mrs. Mrs. Feinstein, Miss Ruffi river front estate of the Laurence Finkenstaedt of Rockywold, to town; Douglas Hart, Middletown, son resident, Mks Cynthia intangible bridge between/very sonal consldertion but both proLucile Morf, first vice president; and Mrs. De Chicchio were ii Huntington Taylors on River Rd., cust, has taken a beautiful house and Al and Poppy Larson ol Atlantic Highlands. Al owns the Russell, who will spend the different people. A mysterious grams help to improve internaMrs. Ann Otto, second vice presi- charge of the dinner.
tional communications.
Rumson, will be the scene of a on the beach in Mantoloking for Raven in Sea Bright.
summer in Sierra Leone,
dent; Mrs. Ruth Crawford, cor- Monmouth Shore BPW will
the season. Kathy moved in with
Crossroaders take on extra jobs
cocktail party Friday evening.
responding secretary; Mrs. Ceil represented at both the National
the children this week and Fred George and Mary Forrester of Ajrica, as a participant in
and a variety of chores in order
And
the
enchanting
playhous
Convention
and
International
Coi
Elizabeth
are
hosts
at
the
old
Ruffinl, recording secretary, and
took off for Africa on a business
to help raise their share ol costs
Miss Loretta Shebell, treasurer. jress to be held in Washington, in the garden of Mayor and Mrs.trip. He will join his family in and romantic Peninsula House in the ' Operations Crossroads
or to help poorer but equally
Sea Bright. George is a former Ajrica program. Miss RusA gift and past president's pin D.C., In July. The club plans tc Frank Van Duzer's estate on the Mantoloking on his return.
worthy students who could not
freeholder of Union County and tell, who last week received
were presented to Mrs. Rosine send American-made gifts for di river and ocean in Sea Bright will
otherwise participate, Many Intribution at the International Con- be the scene of another cocktail When summer ends, the Fink a friend of the owners of PeninFeinstein, retiring president.
dividuals and group organizations
enstaedts will take up resideno sula House, the Murphy broth- an associate in arts degree
party Saturday evening.
Miss Louise Tomaini presented gress.
have worked hard to contribute
the club's scholarship check of Meetings will resume is Sep- Doris (Chickie) Van Duzer and in the magnificent Tudor mansion ers, Ed, Bill and Jim, and Tom jrom Bennett College, Millto the program but Crossroads is
Betty Langhammer of Rumson on Bellevue Ave., Rumson, they McDarby. The bar at Peninsula brook, N.Y~, is the daughter
$325 to Miss Patricia Marra, Long tember.
constantly in need of money and
has been a favorite rendezvous
will be- hostesses at this one. Thepurchased recently,
Branch, student nurse at Monany backing Is always appreciof Monmouth, Hudson, Bergen, of Mr. and Mrs. John B.
party will precede dancing at the
mouth Medical Center, Long Some cooks like to add
ated.
Fred and Marie Giersch will Union and Essex Countlans and Russell, Jr., 82 Buena Vista
Branch.
(inch of oregano to butterec Peninsula House.
leave for three weeks in Eng- New Yorkers for generations.
This summer 21 groups, apEntertainment was provided by ;reen peas, good with roast lamb
Ave., Rumson.
proximately 200 persons In all
The Sea Bright Republican club land Friday, one day after mov- At Reidy's, Rumson, were
are going to 17 countries. As
will be hosts at a cocktail party ing Into their new home on Janet and Spencer Miller of Fair
and dance in the main dining Sheraton La., Rumson. Theli Haven, Flo and Bob Bainton, Where am I going this sumusual, OCA received many more
daughter,
Judy-and
son,
Ricky,
room of the Peninsula House
Fred and Marie Giersch, the Jack mer? Africa. Why? Because
invitations than it could accept
will
accompany
them
on
the
EuSaturday evening. The annual
Ekdahls and Jack Embry of
was fortunate enough to be
because of lack of funds. I have
party has become a gala occa- ropean vacation.
Rumson.
one of the ones selected to join
been assigned to one of the .two
sion for the county. The comthe Crossroads Africa Program,
groups In Sierra Leone. There
mittee includes Astrid Pearson, Faith and Allan Abrahams of
a truly valuable experience. How
Betty Cousins, Helen and Joe New York, who have been sumdid J get interested In the first
are 14 In my group. Including the
Rone, Harriet and Paul Ammer- mering in Rumson for the past
place? Dr. James, H. Robinleader, and. cur project is to
several
years,
have
leased
Paul
man, Ella Wiltshire Diggle and
son, the founder ah*present dibuild "a development center for
and Mary Gillen's house on HartMiss Cynthia Russell
Doug Adair, all of Sea Bright
rector of Crossroads, is his own
women In Bb. '' ''•:'•"f^'^'l
^P^JW^tteWfos'tliap: '
The Bud Pillon orchestra will shorne La. this year. They>wiU
'develops
between people
divide
their
time
between
PeninBefore everyone leaves on June
p
pp
gram. As'-sucn, h e .personally]
play for dancing.
l h i ff
jit
sula House and supervising tin
\o pool their efforts In a joint 25 from Kennedy Airport, there
spreads the word about f
of physical
is an orientation period at Rutroads, from country to country,
Norman and Connie Hilton construction of a fabulous Japagers University starting on June
p
city to city, and from school to With such a ggreat response
of Rnnuon were hosts for nese modern house they are
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too
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CrossLITTLE SILVER
Mrs. Thomas B. Schweers 0
roads. I first heard him speak invitations from African govern- which will be followed by several
1
UPHOLSTERY
Red Bank is chairman of Georat Milton Academy when I was ment agencies. Last year, some more in which I will tell of my
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Court's Monmouth County
in my junior year. Usually chap- 250 workers were sent to 17 coun- experiences once in Africa, I
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el speakers didn't affect me one tries In East, West and Central realize how lucky I am to Jiave
lUieroft, N. J.
Upkahttry, draptry, slipcover
of Two Rivers, Rumson, late
way or the other but Dr. Robin- Africa. The students represent this opportunity for such a broadfabric* a t glva-away pricoi.
Sunday afternoon.
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PLiASian M l AWAY FROM ALL THISI
j
son certainly did. From that mo- many different racial and religi- ening summer. I want to a$are
ment on I was his follower, in ous groups."Crossroads has had this experience with you and
chick В«m . |
The Garden Room of the
spirit anyway, respecting his Invitations from as many as 28 hope to arouse your Interest In
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Molly Pitcher Inn, Bed Bank,
ideas and values, admiring him countries, but the constant prob- Operation Crossroads Africa,
• AddF.tt „ _
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was the scene of tbe Cosmoas a person, although I never lem of lack of funds has prewith mudln under eВ»vВ«r
politan Club's dinner party this
dreamed I would actually par- vented further spread of the pro- Any kind of melon balls may
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past week. The club Is comticipate in his summer program. gram opportunities. Crossroads be used along with grapefruit or
333 Silverside Avenue
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posed of women who were
Since then, I have met several is supported by contributions orange sections and strawberries
(Near R. R. Station)
born outside the United States
crossroaders who have told me from schools, colleges, churches, for a delightful fruit compote.
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of their experiences.
After civic groups, businesses and
more research, I decided to ap- foundations. Each participant
ply last fall while in my senior pays approximately. 25 per cent
"" ' College, MiU- of the cost of sending a student
JtaL
and
to Africa for the summer and
Miss Clayton Maloney
several scholarships are given
Privately Financed
ATLANTA, Ga. >- Miss Clayton
to those who cannot afford that
Maloney of Sea Bright, N.J., has
Crossroads Africa sum.
Expert Real Estate Adviea
completed the four-week training
a privately financed
Costs No More
Junior peaca Corps
course at Delta Air Lines' Stew- program, which takes mainly stu- Crossroads has often been
ardess School at tha Atlanta Air- dents, but also teachers end cer- termed the "Junior Peace PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO.
port.
tain specialists, to countries In Corps," but this label is misleadReal Estate for 71 Yean
Prior to joining Delta, ehe was Africa. For two months during ing. Not only 'was Crossroads 60 White St., Red Bank
a medical assistant for Dr. Ray- the summer. The aim of the established before the federal
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mond Cunneff, Red Bank. Daugh- program Is to better Afro-Ameri- Peace Corps,, but it has no conter of Mr. end Mrs. Joseph Ma- can relations, an object of great nection with the U.S. governBetter Buys By Bowers
loney, Caldwell, N.J., she was importance in our rapidly degraduated from Mount St. Domi- veloping world. The project began in 1958 after Dr. Robinson
nic Academy.
had traveled the world over trying to raise money to send the
first trial group. Some 50 AmerParents Entertain
icans and one Canadian went to
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five countries in Africa; French
Across From Monmouth County National Bank
Cameroon,
Ghana,
Liberia,
NiRUMSON - Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rappoport," Rohaffion Dr., geria, and Sierra Leone. Each
OPEN 7 DAYS — FRIDAY 'TIL 8 P.M.
were hosts at a cocktail party in group, consisting of about 15
each
with
a
group
leader,
was
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honor of their, son, David's teach- signed to a building project, such
in Mrs. Edna Heim of the Ran- as a schoolhouse or a youth cenCALIF. BING CHERRIES
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ley School faculty.
C L I N G PEACHES
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ter, hopefully to be completed by
Miss Virginia Catherine Stengel Guests were the following pa- the end of the summer. Under
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.49c LB.
NEW SHREWSBURY - Mrs. •ents of ether first grade pupils: Dr. Robinson's supervision, the
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Mary Stengel, 282 Riveredge Rd., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and program has continued along this
announces the engagement of her Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Mindlin, both line. Americans work with the
of
Fair
Haven;
Mr.
and
Mrs.
same
number
of
African
coundaughter, Miss Virginia Catherine
Stengel, to Robert Edward Wil Burt De Witt, New Shrewsbury, terparts toward the completion
liama, son of Mr, and Mrs. Rich' and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ostran- ot some project.
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As Ruth T. Plimpton say* In
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An August wedding is planned. CHANGE MEETING PLACE
Miss Stengel it a graduate of HOUMDEL — The local anxilRed Bank Catholic High School. ary of ttie Bayshore Community
Mr. Williams, a graduate of Hospital will hold its final meetLong Branch High School, Is a ing tonight at 8 o'clock in the
former employee of PWIrus Pro- Indian Hrll School, instead of the
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Skirts
it Fort Dix in basic Army train- iously announced. Agenda *v
Culottes
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Civic Chorus Marks
Its 15th Anniversary
THE DAILY BEGISTER
WednwUy, June 16,1965-15
Near Goal
To Finance
AFS Visitor
RVMSON - Hie Monmou grown to a s many as 130 memCivic Chords celebrated its 15tlbtit1. The non-profit, non-sectaranniversary, and the end of a suc- ian group was Incorporated in
cessful season at its annual 1956 and is governed by five of
spring dinner-dance Saturday fleers and a board of trustees
evening.
WEST LONG BRANCH - The
Its objectives are to present
Mrs. Wilbert Cornelius of Bel-choral music of high calibre and
gMl of $750 needed to finance
ford, entertainment chairman, to provide a congenial gathering
the visit of a foreign exchange
was hostess and In charge of ar-place for people who love to slrg
biudont at Shore Regional High
rangements for the event, whlc
School for the coming year, unwas held in Reidy's. The dinln
der the American Field Service,
tables were decorated in a Ja[
has almost been reached, accordanese motiff by Mrs. Wai
ing to Richard Tewell, faculty adHunt, a member of the chorus.
viser. The money has been
Guests were entertained during
raised by students through varithe cocktail hour by Jean Reed
ous projects.
of Fair Haven, tenor soloist who
Members of the AFS chapter at
has sung wtih the chorus In th<
the school have been conducting
past Raoul Longworth accom
interviews with families interATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - St
panled him on the guitar. Col Agnes School Parent-Teacher As
ested in becoming hosts for the
ored slides of the recent choru sociation will hold В« dessert
exchange student who will arproduction of. "The Mikado bridge party on June 39 from
rive in August. Mr. and Mrs.
were shown by Oscar Hennlngs 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on the grounds
Edward Urion and family. OceanHonor Samuel Harvey
port, have been hosts this year to
of Daemon. Hall, the school s
Bettina Guttges of Kassel, GerSamuel Harvey of Fair Ha- newly acquired property on South
many.
Ave. Following the bridge, guest
ven, retiring president and
charter member of the Civic will b e conducted on tours of STRAWBERRY FRITTERS—They gat a sweat and crunchy coating before they are fried.
John Jones, faculty member at
Chorus, was honored for his the building.
Shore Regional, reports that IS
many contributions to the group. Chariman is Mrs. Joseph Mestudents are interested in the
M M . Michael David Ward
Mr. Harvey has sung tenor roll Nee, assisted by Mrs. Raymond
Americans
Abroad
program
(Hie former Miss Diane Elizabeth Burr)
in chorus productions of "Rue Adams and Mrs. Herbert Kochon.
which will send a student abroad
digore," "Pirates of Penzance,' Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Robert
to study next year. Fund-raising
Diane Burr Is Bride
"Iolanthe," "Yeomen of th Adams and Mrs, Joseph Hynes.
By CECILY BROWNSTONE 1 orange and strawberry — were dip into the corn syrup and allow plans are being discussed by the
Mrs. Frank Wilson, newly- Associated Press Food Editor also served.
Guard" and "HMS Pinafore.
excess egg to drip off; roll In local chapter.
He has served in the past i elected president, named the fol- HOW OLD-FASHIONED cooks The strawberry fritters are
graham cracker crumbs. Relowing
members
to
the
executive
president of the board of trustees
loved fritters! Pick up one ofprobably the most unusual of all,peat process with remaining berWin First Places
treasurer, and on several' com board for the coming year: Mrs. their cookbooks and the chances and It's this recipe we've resurries. Chill for 2 or 3 hours.
mittees. Mr. Harvey was pre-John Rathemacher, ways and are you'll find recipes for these rected — in modern style. Our
LONG BRANCH - Mrs. Ralph
Fill a heavy saucepan one- J. Walsh won first place in Class
sented a brass plaque inscribed means; Mrs. Frederick Hillmsn, delicacies.
berry fritters get a coating of
with a message of gratitude from program; Mrs. Joseph Kennedy, Clam, corn, oyster and tomato corn syrup and chopped almonds, third full of corn oil; heat over Four arrangements, and Mrs.
hospitality; Mrs. Robert Adams, fritters were favorites for thethen they are dipped in beaten medium heat to 375 degrees on a Harry Ely, first place in hortichorus members.
WATERVIULE, Maine—!Lortim- Jonquil yellow chiffon over silk,
civic; Mrs. Gregory E. Schilling, main course of a meal. But des- egg and rolled in graham crack- candy or fat thermometer, or un- culture, at a meeting Monday of
er Chapel at Colby College wa designed with bateau necklines In appreciation of their ser
til a 1-inch cube of bread turns the Long Branch Garden Club
vices, inscribed silver bowls wen publicity; Mrs. John Condon,
the setting here June 8 for the and elbow-lengtii sleevea, and presented to William Shoppell membership; Mrs. James Mul- sert fritters — apple, banana, er crumbs. The corn syrup brown in 40 seconds. Fry batch- in the auditorium of the Chester
makes the almonds stick to the
wedding of Miss Diane Elizabeth bell-shaped skirts accented at musical director; Felix Molze ligan, welfare; Mrs, Kochon,
es of berries, without crowding, A. Arthur Apartments here.
berries, and the egg helps the
Burr, daughter of Mrs. Mildred the waistline with matching satin
until lightly browned — about 30 A plant sale was held under
assistant director and conductor literature; Mrs. Richard Macgraham cracker crumb3 to adBurr, Browns Dock Rd., Locust, crushed roses. They wore matchseconds. If you like, you maythe direction of Mrs. Joseph
of the recent production of "TheMillan, health; Mrs. Angelo Pehere. To make life easy, we use
N.J, and John Burr, New York Ing cloche hats fashioned of crush- Mikado," and Allan B. Wallace, traglla, special event; Mrs.
,
the graham cracker crumbs that fry the berries in a basket, but Oliverr.
City, to Michael David Ward, ed roses and carried cascade stage director. The officers and Frank Cassone, school bus, and
do not crowd. Serve at once At the July 13 meeting mere
come in a handy package.
Norwood, Mass. He is the ion
bouquets of mint green carnations committee chairmen who served Mrs. Sam Marino, Communion
with any favorite pudding sauce. will be a discussion on corsages,
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Saver and babies'-breath.
MATAWAN - Mrs. Frank Each of these strawberry frit- Makes 6 servings — 5 berries and judging of patriotic corsages
during the past year each re- breakfast.
of Norwood and Falmoutfa, Mass. Geoffrey T. Robbias, Mamaro- ceived a silver tray.
Panek, president of the Matawan ters is a delightful mouthful of per portion.
entered by the d u b members.
Junior Woman's Club, has named surprise; the berry sweet, fresh
Rev. Clifford Oshorne, chaplain, neck, N.Y., was best man. Ushers
Season's Concert
the following members a s de-and still cool, the coating slightly
officiated at the double ring cere- were David F . Parish, New Hav- In observance of the anniverpartment chairmen for the com-crunchy.
mony. Organist was Miss Adele en, Conn., end Steven C. Slaver, at sary, the chorus presented its
ing year: Mrs. Harold Becker, In the following recipe, we sugHeinrich. A reception followed in home, brother at the bridegroom. most popular offerings during the
American home; Mrs. Harold gest that you serve these fritters
the Jefferson Hotel here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward will leave past season, Handel's "Messiah"
Haddock,
art; Mrs. Ralph Babri- with a favorite pudding sauce.
The bride was escorted by herfrom San Francisco, Calif., on In December and "The Mikado"
sky, Braille; Mrs. Bruce Brown, What flavor? Lemon, vanilla,
brother, Phillip E . Burr. Leon-Thursday for three month's train- on June 4 and 5. In addition tc
civics; Mrs. Barton Hoeg, cred- brandy or what you will. If you
ardo, N.J. She wore a floor-length ing for the Peace Corps in'Hawail. these regular concerts, Dvorak's
in the
gown of Chaivtilly lace fashioned The couple took a wedding '"Stabat Mater" was given during FAIR HAVEN - The Shrews- its; Mrs. Robert Yosaitis, drama; are adept at concocting the conMrs. John Hughes, international
with a Sabrina neckline trimmed too to Cape Cod, Mass.
the Lenten season.
bury Power Squadron will bold its relations, and Miss Betty Jean tinental Sabayon Sauce — a combination of egg yolks, sugar and
with sequins and pearls and a The bride is a graduate of Thp Monmouth Civic Chorus third annual luncheon and fashion
bouffant skirt ending in ft chapel Mlddletown Township High School was founded in 1849 by W. Gor-show Tuesday, June 22, at 12:30 Gullman, literature and educa- sherry or marsala — you might
want to offer that.
train. Her scalloped veil was and attended Colby College, don Pagdin, a former resident of p.m. in В«he SSuwwsbury Yacht tion.
OF THE
Also, Mrs. William Wright,
secured by a crown headpiece where she was a member of Little Silver. The original chorus Club. River Rd.
STRAWBERRY FRITTERS
trimmed with crysal teardrops Alpha Delta Pi sorority and thenumbered 54 voices and has since Fashions will be presented by membership; Mrs. John Kovacs, 1 pint medium or large strawmusic; Mrs. Andrew Hulsart, berries (about 30),
ind she carried a cascade of Colbyettej. She was also a memThe Deck at Mihm's Nauvoo
hospitality; Mrs. Frank O'Neill, V4 cup light corn syrup
roses and babies'-breath.
ber of the Wagon WJieel PlayMarina, Sea Bright. Mrs. Joe
newspaper; Mrs. Patrick DeRosa, 1 cup finely chopped blanched
RESTAURANT
Mrs. George Obre, Jr., Middle- house, Middletown, N.J.
Scott will be commentator.
program; Mrs. Kenneth Sproul,
town, N.J., sister of the bride, The bridegroom, a June gradModels will be Mrs. Douglas publicity; Mrs. Edward Potts, almonds
INFORMAL DINING - LUNCHEON SERVED I I A . M . h> 2:1 S
was matron of honor. Bridesmaid uate of Colby College, is. В«feo en
Wright, Little Silver; Mrs. Ray-public welfare; Mrs. Donald Ca- 2 eggs, slightly beaten
DINNER FROM 5 P. M. t o 9:00 P.M.
was Miss Susan Saver, and junior alumnus of Norwood High School,
mond Fertig, Mrs. Richard Karr, cace, Tel-A-Junior; Mrs. Lance % cup graham cracker crumbs
bridesmaid, Wendy Saver, both Norwood, Mass. At college h e
Corn
oil
(for
frying)
Monmouth
Shopping Center • Eatontown
and Mrs. Walter Morton, Fair Warne, scrapbook; Mrs. Cacace,
at home, sisters of the bride- was a member of Tau Delta Phi
Haven; Mrs. William Dunn, New yearbook; Mrs. Dorean Wert, Wash and hull srtawberries;
Phone 542-2744
groom.
fraternity, the John Marshall
Shrewsbury; Mrs. Walter Rath- youth, and Mrs. James Atkins, drain. Insert the sharp tines of
The honor attendant and brides- Society, В«ad the Powder and Wig
a fork into the top- of a berry;
bun, Rumaon; Mrs. John Corbly, sunshine.'
maid wore identical gowns of Society.
Fort Monmoutli; Mrs. Jay Cummings, Red Bank, and Cynthia
and Stephanie Scott, Sea Bright.
PTA Plans
Bridge Party
On June 30
Delightfully Different Dessert
Colby College Chapel
Is Setting for Wedding
Juniors List
Chairmen
Squadron's
Luncheon
Is June 22
Shop In Comfort • •
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TERRACE ROOM
Bride-Elect
Silows W e d
50 Years
Mrs. Uoner Lancaster, Red
Bank, chairman of the event, is
assisted by Mrs. James Kimbrough, Fort Monmouth; Mrs. Alfred Urffer, Fords; Mrs. Grover MIDDLETOWN - Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Silow, Nutswamp
Culshaw, Rumson, end Mrs.
Rd., celebrated their 50th wedWright
ding anniversary last week with
a party given in their home by
their children.
Mr. and Mrs. Silow were marMIDDLETOWN — "Summer ried In New York City June 6,
Iruise" was the theme of the1915. Mr. Silow came to MidFour Seasons Club's final dance dletown with his family from
of the year held In Bamm Hollow New York City In 1916. H e r e Country Club here. Chairmen tired from the Bennett Estate
rere Mr. and Mrs. John Pavelka. five years ago. Both are 80
Miss Dorothy E. O'Neill
Members of the June commit- years old.
The couple have five children:
HIGHLANDS - Mr. and Mrs. :e modeled fashions.
John J. Stager, 12 Charles Ave., Edward W. Collins, Jr., retir- William, John, Edward, and
Keansburg, announced the en- ig president, announced officers Stanley Silow and Mrs. Bert Ar>
gagement of their granddaughter, ir the coming year: Mr. Pavel- plegate; nine grandchildren, and
president; Robert Meihls, two great-grandchildren.
Miss Dorothy Ellen O'Neil, 1339
Eatontown Blvd., Oceanport, to ice president; Joseph Fodale, Miss Wendy Silow provided
Ernest W. Geroni, at a dinner lecretary; John McCutcheon, music on her accordion at the
party ta Bahrs' Restaurant here treasurer. Members of the newparty.
board of directors are Mr. Colrecently.
Miss O'Neill is the daughter of lins, John O'Neill and Milton Red Oak School
Mrs. Dorothy O'Neill, Rector PI., Klein.
Red Bank, and the late William The next dance will bs held in To Hold Sale
J. O'Neill. Mr. Geroni is the son leptember.
KEYPORT •- The, Red Oak
of Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Cooperative Nursery School will
Plan Flower Show
Geroni, 99 Rumson Rd., Little
hold a bazar and rummage sale
Silver.
POINT PLEASANT BEACH • Friday and Saturday from 10
The bride-elect is a graduate of litial plans far the annual (lower a.m. to 4 p.m. in St. Mary's EpisMiddletown Township High School how of the Woman's Club of copal. Church Annex, 10 East
and is employed as a secretary 'oint Pleasant were made at a Front St.
in the General Counsel Office of leetlng of the garden and conA variety of new merchandise
the U.S. Army Electronics Com- srvation department of the club. will be featured in addition to
mand, Fort Monmouth.
The event will be held Friday clothing, appliances, furniture
Her fiance is an alumnus of nd Saturday., Aug. 27 and 28,and household articles in good
Red Bank High School and a the auditorium of Britt's De-condition.
June graduate of Monmouth Col- trtment Store, Brick Plaza
lege, receiving a BS degree in >wnship. Theme will be "Salute The three and four-year-old
classes took a train trip, visited
business administration.
Autumn."
Red Bank Airport, and held a
family picnic at Holmdel State
Park recently to end the school
year.
Classes for the 1965-66 season
will be held in the Old First
Church, Kings Hwy., Middletown.
Mrs. Steven David, 49 Andover
LITTLE SILVER - Mrs. Eu-Baird and Mrs. Jack Kaplan, La., Matawan, is in charge of
gene Badgley, chairman of theRumson; Mrs. G. W. G. Grulich, registration Information.
Volunteer Service Committee of Deal; Mrs. J. D. Johnannesen,
the Mental Health Association, Colts Neck; Mrs. Louis Silver,
25th Anniversary
entertained at a luncheon recent- Fair Haven, and Mrs. Van Rooly in her home here. Assisting jen and Mrs. John E. Grossman, RED BANK — Mr. and Mrs.
were members of the committee, Matawan.
John Maiza, Bridge Ave., celeMrs. Carl Nocka, Atlantic High- Mrs.
Benjamin Ashin com- brated their 25th wedding annilands; Mrs. Edward Massell, Red mended the volunteers for their versary last week with a lawn
A PLASHING SHEATH
Bank, and Mrs. Jan Van Roojan, dedication and expressed the party at home.
Matawan.
gratitude of the. board of direc- Attending were Miss Josephine
18.00
tors for their service to the pa-Mazza, their daughter, at home;
Volunteers attending the luncheon are graduates of the eight- tients of Monmouth County.
Mr, and Mrs. James Mazza,
week training program sponsored Special' recognition was given their son anddaughter-in-law,
Bare your arms In the cool,
by the association and co-spon- to Mrs. Snoke, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. Red Bank; Mrs. Margaret Daishort sleeve* of our bow tied sheath...
sored by the Extension Division Bianchini and Mrs. Wilkinson for done, and other relatives and
of the Rutgers University School their length of service.
friends.
a flash of richly textured silk
of Social Work. They are givIr *
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and rayon in cranberry, green or black.
Brldgeway House, Red Bank, and
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Copyright—The Red Bank Register, lac.,. 1965.
SECTION TWO
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7ei TER'CQPY
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1965
Theme: 'The Elusive American Spirit9
Red Bank High Graduation Tomorrow
RED BANK .— Outdoor com- "VOuth:' Change With Continumencement exercises for 306 Red ity," cosalutatorian Gesine M.
Bank High School seniors will Brueckmann on "The American
be tomorrow at 8 p.m. on the Character: Conflicts in PerspecRed Bank Athletic Field, if rain tives," and co-salutatorian Susan
doesn't interfere.
v •
D. Lombard on "Creativity:
If it rains, commencement will Tradition Without Tradition."
be Friday night,
">,
Douglas Raynor, president of
The tieme of the program this his class, will offer the welcomyear will be "The Elusive Ameri- ing address, and Lawrence Cavacan Spirit," and that will be the iola, vice president, will lead the
subject of speeches by the top salute.
scholars of the class of 1969.
Musical offerings will be made
Talks Scheduled
by the Red Bank High School
The talks will be by valedic- Band and the Senior Ensemble
torlan Arnold M. • Howitt on singing "No Man Is An Island"
and;; "Freedom's Song." Rev. names of some to Indicate memCanon Charles Hi Best of Trin- bership in the National Honor Soity .Episcopal Church will give ciety, French Honor Society and
the invocation and Rev. Earl B. Spanish Honor Society:
Scott of St. Thomas Episcopal Alfred Aikens, Ann T. Allocco,
Church the. benediction.
Frank C. Ambrosino, Frankie A.
Administrators on the stage Ambrosino. Allan T. Anderson,
will be Principal Royal H. Hintze, Gregory F. Andrews, James M.
presenting the awards; Dr. Rob- Andrews (N), Joseph P. Angiuli,
ert C. Hoops, superintendent, Carldad Aponte, Jean Ann Arpresenting the class of 1965; and none, Patricia B. Arnone (N. F),
Edmund J. Canzona, president of Donald E. Asay, Jr., Robert R.
the Board of Education, confer- Ayres, Edith M. Bacigalupi,
ring the diplomas.
Adele E . Bailey, Elisabeth M.
Following is a list of the grad- Baird (N), Victoria R. Ball, Richuates, -with letters following the ard G. Balmer (N), Geraldine
T. Balsamo, Stephen Barberio,
Christine L. Barmann, Diane M.
Bayer, Nancy J. Bennett, Nick
Berardi, John F. Bertelsen (N),
Susan M. Bishop and Immaculate
Mary Blasi.
Also Michael D. Bloom, Phyllis M. Bloomberg, Irene Dolores
Boeckel, Betty L. Booth, Robert
C. Bottger, Louis Boyd, Dale A.
Brazee, William E. Brooks, Barbara J. Brownlie, Gesine M.
Brueckmann (N,F), Richard C.
Bruer, Peter R. Bruguiere, Edwina Yvonne Burgess, Ronald
Cacarillo, Jacqueline A. Cadman,
Joanne Camm, Albert H. Capis Glenn C. Davis, Marie L. DeAdta, Jr., Pamela J. Carson, Vlr der and Sharon Doan.
ginia K.. Carter, JoAnn Marie Also Sue Ann Dohrn (N),
Cartmill, Lawrence J. Cavaiola Marilyn I. Doremus, Jacqueline
(N), and Giovannina J. Cerrone. J. Douglas, Patricia В«R. Dowd,
Also John A. Christman, Rose Evangeline M. Doyle, Saundra
M. Ciampoli (S), Alger T. Clark, M. Dozier, Jessie Drew, Virginia
Carol B. Clarke, Lawrence G. T. Drew, Joan M. Dunlap, Carol
Clay, James Clayton, Deborah A. Elphick, Eileen Emerian,
McD. Close, John R. Colavito, Shirley M. Evans, Ann Ewing,
Lois C. Conlan, Susan A. Con- Douglas R. Farrow, Robert A.
nolly (F), Maurice Cooper, Kath- Fazzone, Steven M. Feldman,
erine A. Cornell (N,S), Isabelle Cameron Ferguson (N), Sandra
A. Coward, Charles V. Cox, Hom-S. Ferrogiari, Suzanne M. Flemer Credle, 3d, David B. Crossley, er, Ann Marie Florio, Ray Fordliffe (N,F), Maureen L. Daggett, George B. Crowell, JoAnn Cun-
68 County Residents Become Citizens
lam, Dolores A. Frappler and
Jon E. Frederickson (N).
Others Listed
Also James G. Frick, Robert
Friedauer, Richard Frye, Peter
McKee Gale, Eva R. Garoff, Nancy Geltzeiler (N, S), Charles L.
Genovese, Ellen L. Goldberg, Judith A. Goldberg (N, F), Pamela
L. Gordon, Vera Gorlenko, Daniel R. Govinsky, Allen K. Grammer (N), Ralph L. Grasso, Roy
E. Grayzel, Frances H. Greenberg (N, S), Maria C. Grez
(N, F), Linda L. Graver, David
N. Grubb (N), Karen G. Grubman (N, F), Wendy S. Grudin
and Donna L. Gunnell.
Also Ruth C. Haas (N, F),
Mary M. Hanrahan, Henry H.
Hardy, Patricia A. Harleman,
Carol A. Harris, Barbara V. Harrison, Sherry L. Havlland, Florence C. Hendrickson, Rosemary
FREEHOLD—Second- youngest Army Sgt. 1/C Norman W. Kim-ducted by a sister of the Shah'. States. Two years «go, but be- tricia Keogans, Fair Haven, to, Matawan, Italy; Amalia Fol- Yoko Figel, Union Beach, Japan;
A. Hennahane, Gregory F. Herrand ona of four children among ball, and Marie KimbaJl, and the The place was called the Re fore the process could be com- Scotland,
lenvaider,
New Shrewsbury, Ann I. Simons, Howell Town- man, Janet L. Hill (N, F); San68 Monmouth county residents sister of •11-year-old Norman, Jr., Lion and son and the royal family pleted, the sergeant was called
Yugoslavia! Ruth E. McGuire, ship, Netherlands.
From Italy
dra
J. Hill, Se-Thia D. Hill,
kept close supervision of it. to South Viet Nam where he re- Jean M. Feiling, Atlantic High- Eatontown,
who became U. S. citizens here of 50>VilIa PI., Eatontown.
Israel;
Artemis Bernard V. Eaton, Atlantic Gordon R. Hodas (N, S), AnMonday, was a former orphan The Kimballs were in Teheran Citizenship was among the first cently completed duty with dis- lands, Scotland; Michelangelo J., Shutkin, Asbury Park, Greece; Highlands, England; Erenzen
drea M. Hofer. Virginia M. Hofffrom Iran, five-year old Debra on a two year. assignment in considerations the Kimballs list- tinction.
Luisa, Orfeo and Guiseppe Jonathan Gerweck,-Sea Bright, Moschkin, Howell Township, Rus mann, Donald E. Holmes, J r .
Anne Kimball.
1961 when Debra Anne was given ed far their new daughter when
Was Decorated
D'Ambrlsi, Long Branch, Italy; Greece, Thomas Tiber!, Belford, sia; Lorenzo Meloro, Middle- Eileen Holmes, Bruce M. Holt,
town Township, Italy; Margaret Judy A. Honegger, William A.
Debra now is the daughter of' to them by an, orphanage con- they returned to the United Now assigned to the Fort Mon- John F. Coogan, Neptune, Ire- Italy.
M. Roessler, Matawan, Ireland; Horlacher, 3d, Hugh Howard,
Came From India
mouth Signal School, he had been land; Maggie K. and Francis H.
with a transmitter station in Ayden, Wall Township, Scotland; Mulo I. Gidmual, Matawan, Adele M. Carney, Matawan, Arnold M. Howitt (N, F), and
Viet Nam and for his efforts Anita Louise Norman, Asbury India; Klaus M. Weickmann, Canada: Kosta Lindardakis, As- Inez Y. Hughes.
won a commendation medal for Park, British Virgin Islands; Ocean Township, Germany; Janet bury Park, Greece: Helen Rinke,
More Graduate*
meritorious service for what the Emanuel Appeal, Asbury Park, Shopp, Spring Lake, Scotland; Marlboro Township, Germany; Also Sherry Huhn, Carolyn A.
government calls our "counter- Cuba; Hans Hieslmair, Long Sarah K. Dalrymple, Spring John Follenvaider, New Shrews- Hunt/Robert Huserik, Jr., Gladys,
Branch,^ Austria.
Lake, Scotland; John and Wini- bury, Yugoslavia.
Insurgency" effort.
R. llarraza, Talbot D. Ingram,
Mrs, Kimball has an active In- Anton Geek, Freehold, Ruma- fred Mitcheli, and Johr. Mitchell, Debra Kimball, Eatontown', Anne M. Izzo, Donna L. James,
terest In politics and on June 1 nia; Tiber Gyiraszi, Freehold Jr., Atlantic Highlands, Scotland; Iran; Effie Sfiridis, Asbury Park, Arnold B. Jensen, Jeffrey 3. JoSorrentlno,
L o n g Greece; Angelina Haynes, Ocean- hanson, Brenda <M. Johnson,
was elected Democratic commit- Township, Hungary; Ann and Anneliese
teewoman in the second district. Ivan Merzalow, Howell Town- Branch, Germany; Nobuko Spur- port, Italy; Thea G. Nolting, Sea Hugh C. Johnson,'' Richard J.
Mrs, Katlierine McCloskey, a ship, Russia; Teresa T. Mucci, lock, Eatontown, Japan; Florence Bright, and Rhoda Parnes, Free- Johnson, Judith A. Keller (N),
school teacher and the borough's Matawan, Italy; Louis Tomasiel- H. Clarke, Long Branch, India; hold, Canada.
David K e m p f ,
Susan L.
Democratic leader, says "Debbie
Kennedy, Cheryl A. Kerwin,
Is Eatontown's most adorable
Phyllis M. Kicia, Linda J. King,
Democrat."
Janet Knake and John C. Knott.
Debra will enter the MeadowAlso M. janene Kollock, Mary
brook School, Eatontown, in
G. Kosopod, William C. Kroll (N,
September. Norman, Jr., will be
S), John E. Kusler, Janice M.
her escort as an upper classman
Layton, Doris J. Leeger, Lyle T.
at (he public school.
Leverich (N), Louise Levituon
(N, F), Peter F. Locilento, SuSmith's Address
san D. Lombard (N, F ) , John R.
The Kimballs. are natives of
Loversidge, Philip C.. Lowden,
Lynn, Mass., and found particu- EATONTOWN—The machinery .he line, indicating on the stakes places."
Karen A. Lundquist (N, F ) , Terlarly heartening the welcoming
moves in today, according to the depth, of the tie-in line to each Tying up the last'loose legal esa L. Lyons, William H. Matalk given new citizens by counresidence, if possible.
ends before construction begins,
George
W.
Winning,
Sewerage
y Judge Thomas J. Smith, par"This will • save householders the Authority last night resolved honey, Jr., Vincent R. Maletto,
ticijlajly TJrtv^!^''dftw from the Authority secretary.
tlme'and tttSnejr lВ»t*r on," the unanimously to accept four ease- Patricia Malpne, Richard A.
inaugural" address of the most Mr. Winning announced at last constructor said. "We" can puВЈ n^ent? nfOeJsary to1 clear the pro- Mami, Barbara A. Marlon, Beryl
F. Marx and Betty L. Maughler
f g f i j f e w Englander, the late night's authority meeting that our tie-in points in the'rtghi posed sewer extension route.
(N).
President John F. Kennedy: "Ask Cape-Atlantic Construction Co. of
Also Suzanne C. Mawby (N,
not what America will do for you, Somers Point, low bidder on the
S), Alice C. May, JJnda S. Mayask what you can do for your borough's $130,000 sewer extener, Carol A. McCormick, Patricountry."
sion, starts work today.
cia C. McCullion, Judith A. MeJudge Smith, compared the The project will extend the
Ever (N), Jeanne C. McKnight,
courage of today's astronauts and present borough sewer system
Wayne McLaughlin, Virginia L.
A NEW CITIZEN, AND MAYBE A DEMOCRAT — Debra Anne Kimball, 5, born in Iran military iheros to that of the from a point south of the Garden
Meijer, Michael J. Menpsky, Robcountry's earlier battlefield war- State Parkway spur near Husky
and adopted there by Army Sgt. First Class Norman W. Kimball, and Mrs, Kimball, riors and urged an everlasting
ert B. Michel, Helen M. Moore,
Brook to the intersection of Grant LONG BRANCH — Mayor Mil- This statement referred to the
Eatorrtown, celebrates receipt of U. S. citizenship after ceremony in Monmouth Coun- appreciation to and respect for Ave. and Wyckoff Rd. Houses in ton F. Untermeyer yesterday United States intervention in the Roy J. Mosca, David Tl Murphy,
Marsha A. Murphy, Martha S.
/
Turner Village and in Woodmere- blasted the United States Su- Dominican Republic which Presity Court Monday, Looking on, left, is Mr*. (Catherine McCleskey, Eafontown Demo- them.
Girl Scouts from Spring Lake at-Eatontown, Bernard Silver- preme Court for some of its re- dent Johnson said was decided Myers (N, F), Charles Nettercratic leader. MrВ«. Kimball is a Democratic committaewamah in the. Second District Heights participated in a citizenman, Robert A. Nordt, Jr.,
stein's development on Wyckoff cent rulings which he said give upon when the Communists
ship program; watched as Miss Rd., will be served.
the American people "a back- gained control of the revolution James W. Parker, 3d, Nancy
В«nd Mrs. McCloskey avers "Debbie is Eatontown's most adorable Democrat."
Parker, Bruce L. Perlmutter arid
Mary A. Collins, naturalization
in that country.
ward approach" to life.
Dorothy F. Piscitelli.
clerk, presented the group to be Work will start at the parkawy Mr. Untermeyer spoke before
The mayor said that more and Also David A. PolesU (N, S),
spur end of the line, says Edward
sworn in by Judge Smith.
38
members
of
the
Long
Branch
more
confirmed
criminals
are
beSharyn D, Polin, Sandra M. PoMembers of the league of wom- Hanley, Cape-Atlantic representa Police Department arid neighboren /Voters presented flags and tive, and proceed toward Wyckoff ing departments at the final ses- ing turned loose into the streets tosky (S), Richard.J. Potter (N),
because
of
"loopholes
and
legal
Jajnes Powell, Linda J. Pulbooks on U. S. government. Rd. There, the new line will ties sion of a six-week training procrano (N), Douglas P. Raynor
Members of the Ayelet Chapter, into a line Mr. Silverstein has! gram in police and community beagles."
already
laid
along
Wyckoff..Rd.;
Bnai Brith, of Matawan, Keyport,
: "I salute you," said Mr. Un- (N, F), Stephen W. Reil, Kathryn
relations.
to
serve
his
newly
built
houses.
and Raritan and Middletown
termeyer to the assembled police L. Ribustelll (N), Jeffrey Ricci,
Townships, later served refresh'
Mr. Hanley stated that Turner "The decisions of the Supreme officers. "You are the symbo Frederick A. Ricles (N. S), ReCourt
fill
me
with
more
fear
and
ments.
Village residents should have their
of authority in our city, but yoi nee R. Rizzuto, George H. Robplumbers place stakes marking trepidation than the war in Viet are not being given the tools tc erts, Dudley W. Robinson, Jean
New Citizens
OCEANPORT—About 100 persons attended
Industry. He caHed for use of the tract north
Nam,"
the
mayor
remarked.
back up the power vested ir E. Robson, Barbara J. Rose (N),
The new citizens and their na- locations of house connections to
the public hearing of this borough's master
of Oceanport Ave. between the railroad and
;
He lashed out'at a recent high you."
Thomas H. Ross, Harold A. RoyFort Monmouth as a recreation area. He sug- tive countries are:
plan in the Wolfhill Ave. School last night,
court ruling which struck down a
ster, Mark: E. Rubin and. Phyllis
Alexander Goldfarb, Freehold, Mayors' Council
gested the. use of the Eatontown Blvd. tract
when the plan was reviewed, suggestions for
The
mayor
also
took
a
swipe
at
law outlawing Communists in
Rudrow.
which faces the cemetery for light industry. from Russia; Eleanore Brou,
revisions were made and criticism of the
"bleeding
hearts"
for
allowing
unions. The mayor asserted that
Remainder of Group
proposal was aired.
Edward Waitt of 15 Sagamore Ave. agreed Farmingdale, Germany; Margo Is Reactivated
juvenile
delinquents
to
escape
because of this ruling "we (the
that the borough needs commercial and in- Harari, Bradley Beach, Mexico;
Also Robert J. Russo, John L.
Melvin Kasler, senior planner for Candeub,
SHREWSBURY - Mayor Fred- United States) are'now in a posi without receiving adult punishdustrial
ratables.
He,
too,
however,
objected
Ruth
F.
Opdyjte,
Deal,
Germany;
Ryder,
Roberta Sacchetto, Lynn
Fleissig, Adley and Associates detailed the
ments.
to the Myrtle Ave. site for such use. He also Alvaro A. Carbajal, Neptune iric Messina has reactivated an tion where we seem to be saying
land use, community facilities and traffic
M. Santorp, Gregory A. Schaer,
1
area
council
of
mayors.
He
said
"Juvenile
delinquency
is
th'
to
foreign
countries
—
you
can't
called for multi-unit dwelling zones to be City, Cuba; Emanuel and Agnes
phases of the plan. He noted that the plan
Craig Schaffter, Linda A. Schelestablished on now vacant lands.
has been more than three years in the making.
Orlick, Atlantic Highlands, Cana- last night the mayors of Little have Communists in your coun- gravest threat to the Constitution deler, Linda J. Schenck, Ronald
APARTMENT
ZONING
Silver,
Red
Bank,
Fair
HaVen,
today,"
Mr.
Untermeyer
warned.
try
or
we'll
step
in,
but
it's
all
The report, he said, Is not a static docuda; Lizzen Van Slate, Bradley
H. Scherer (N, S), Sarah A.
"This borough needs no spot apartment
ment. He said it is a constant document,
Beach, Denmark; Henry Pater- Eatontown, New Shrewsbury and right for us to have them in our He forecast that "the next gen- Schipani, Steven O. Schiro, Robzoning," he said.
Rumson
have
been
invited
to
a
country.
The
whole
thing
is
riwhich must be revised as times and conditions
eration will be terrible unless ert C. Schumann, Jeanne M.
He suggested expansion of the planned in- nostro, Neptune, Italy.
meeting June 22.
warrant changes.
diculous."
something is done soon."
Schusler, Sue Roberta Schwartz,
Alfonso Apicclla, Asbury Park,
dustrial zone at Eatontown Blvd. and Turtle
Mrs. Florence Forgotson, Red Bank atAngelina D. Scopetanl, Lena L.
Mill Brook for better access to Rt. 36, and to Italy; Steve Athanasakos, Astorney, started the question and answer period
1
Scott, Richard Sebastian, Deborkeep the zone on the borough's outskirts.
bury Park, Greece; John D.
and closed the session three hours later with
BOARD IS PRAISED
ah A. Seitz (N), Leslie H. ShamKirksdat, Fair Haven, Ireland;
a statement.
line and John R. Sherman.
Frank Pietroniro, president of the Ocean- Mario Vincenz and Grazia AlalWATERFRONT PARK
port Businessmen's, Association, lauded the mo, Neptune City, Italy; John
Also Mark P. Shlcoff, Stuart
She first asked a single question: "Are
board and its consultants for "a fine job" in Keefy, Monmouth Beach, Canada;
D. Shicoff, Scott L. Shive. Rathere any recommendations in the plan for
the preparation of the master plan. He also
sabella Bell, Eatontown, Scotchel E. Shorr, Margaret Ann Siethe use of riverfront property, except for the
said that, despite adverse comments about the land; William H. Bell, Eatongel (N, F), William Siegle, Ranplan to develop a public waterfront park?"
jockey club, it is an asset here.
town,
Northern
Ireland;
Pa
dall H. Simmons (N), Gayle C.
She was told there Is no definite plan for
Anthony De Stefano, also a local businessSlater, Arline M. Smith (S). KenBuch use, other than a planned park.
man, told the gathering that is it reasonable
At the end of the session, she said that
neth W. Smith, Lester F. Smith,
to assume there would be minor discrepancies
she has tried for three years to develop a
Jr. (N), Renee S. Smith, Shirin the map and in the plan.
" 537-foot riverfront tract next to the Branch- ,
laine Smith, Lynn M. Snoke (F),
"Revise the plan as It may be needed, and,
port bridge.
JohnC. Sonatore, Antoinette M.
no doubt, it will need revision. But, let's get
She chided the board for considering conTRENTON (AP) — New JerSpagnuolo, Patsy P. Spagnuolo,
going," he said.
struction of a public park, which would bring
sey parents who don't watch
Nadine J. Spatola, Margaret R.
Thomas Ross, president of the Board of
In no tax revenues, and denying her the opporAdjustments, asked If the board will be kept their children could wind up
Stafford,- Qandace J. Steck,
tunity of constructing a $1 million marina and
advised of planned changes in the borough's paying $250 for their inattenSheryl K. Stoothoff, Earl Stout,
yacht club apartment complex.
Zoning requirements as plans progress.
tiveness.
Leon J. Stout (N), and John E.
Noting discrepancies In the map were Mr.
CONSULTATIONS PLANNED
Strahle, Jr.
Gov. Richard J. Hughes signed
and Mrs. John de Groot of 430 Branchport
He was told that such plans would call into law Tuesday a bill making
Also Thomas Strahle (N),
Ave. and Col. Clarence Lovejoy of Horseneck
for consultation between planners, zoners and parents and'guardians liable for
Gregory R. Strand, Gall V. StrasPoint.
Borough Council.
Colors of the chart show the point section
ser (N), Susan E. Strohmenger
Also calling for a playground and recrea- up to $250 in damages for any
as being a part of Fort Monmouth. Mrs. de
(N), Eugene V. Sullivan, Richard
tion site at the Myrtle Ave. tract was John willful, malicious or unlawful in'
Groot also noted that areas where dwellings
jury
or
destruction
caused
by
M. Swanson, Jr., Robert Taylor,
Nagel, Jr., Board of Education president. He
exist are shown as vacant land on the map.
children
under
17
years
old.
asked further that a turn-around be included
Judy A. Terry, William H.
Mr. de Groot said the map, as now drawn,
in plans which would dead-end Shrewsbury
Parents would be liable in
Thacker, Patricia A. Thomas,
does not present a true picture of the shaded
Ave.,' near the new school site. The circle, cases where they "fail or
Sandra L. Thomas, Paul E. Torre
map areas. He said the plan Is advantageous
he said would be needed for school buses to neglect to exercise reasonable
(N), Linda Trimboli, Patricia A.
turn.
to the1 racetrack and ignores the wishes of
supervision and control."
Trufolo, Lynn M. Tuzeneu, Mararea residents, who could be affected by exAll out against the master plan was
garet W. Umberger, Albert VacL&M Restaurant And Pizzeria
pansion of the club.
' ,
William Reilly, a member of the Shore
caro, Daryl R. Van Pelt and
Now open daily, 11 a.m. to 1
Joseph Bryan of 254 Arnold Ave., newly
Regional Board of Education. He said that
John J. Vaughn.
proper zoning would take over the function of a.m. Serving delicious food and
appointed member of the Board of Education,
Also Anne Wainwright, Robert
a master plan.
pizzas. 619 River Rd., Fair Haasked why there Is no .planned recreation area
Weber, Howell K. Walton, Jr.,
in Oceanport's planned medium density sec"We don't need a master- plan," he said. ven.—Adv.
Terrie-Lynn Weber, Ernest Wiltion. He was told that a park was planned
He added that he is opposed to possible exLumber Yards Closing
liams, Patricia Wehrli, Jeanle
pansion of the racetrack also.
for the site known as Charles Park, but that
COMPLETES
COURSE
—
Long
Branch
Police
Chief.
Thomas
M.
Pesano,
right,
preAfternoons on Saturday from
It has been learned the property is privately
. Mr. Lawson also called for a second open
Maurine White, Jerald M. Wlglents
award
certificata
to
Patrolman
Vincent
Maccioli,
left,
for
completion
of
a
sixuly
3
through
Sept.
4.
American
hearing of the plan for review of possible plan
owned recently and was sold.
dortz (N), James Williams,
revisions.
John Volterl of 19 Sagamore Ave. objected
Lumber, Blaisdell Lumber, Red week training course in police and community relations. Looking on is Howard J . James E. Williams, Jean A. Wilto a planned light* industrial zone along the
Charles Llppert, Planning Board chairman, Bank Lumber.—Adv.
Devaney, executive director of the National Conference of Christians and Jaws, New liams, Wayne W. Williams. Gail
said that developments of the plan will be
east side of Myrtle Ave. He said the InstallaE. Wilson, Lynn A. Winer, BarAutomobile
aired at regular board sessions; He added that
tion of Industrial sites there would create a
Jersey Region, which cooperated with the Long Branch Police Department in spon- bara R. Worden, Jan E. Wynthe suggestions and recommendations made
If you're thinking of a car, think
alum area within 10 years.
soring
ths
course.
Awards
were
presented
to
thВ»
38
police
officers
who
took
the
dorf, Michael D. Yaroih, Donald
last night W W taken into consideration by of McCarthy Chevrolet.. 2M-110L
William Lawion, 84 Seneca Ave, alio obT
J. York, Janle M, Young tod
course.
the plannen.
-Adv.
jected to the w e of Myrtle Ave. tract for light
Sewer Extension Work
Starting in Eatontown
Supreme Court Rule
Hit by Untermeyer
Plan
Heard, Draws Protests
rt
Better Mind
Your Children
Phyllis H. Zager.
THE DAILY REGISTER
tal in raising money In Monmouth or and is a past president and mendation by Lafayette College 18—
Couaty tor five 1964 US. Olympic trustee of the Rumson Improve- in 1960 tot notable achievement
•
Eqcestritr Team. Shefcajtwo
ment Ajfcxiattoc. H e l i A o a
He is
. been * trustee„ ,offlieNew He
H %vuijKe*Ska
&
RED BANK — Chutes B. Fi*ni- del, will provide a cultural cen- is involved locaiJy in documtn- daugbttre and has been £ resi- trustee of the Children's Psychi- Md'servSce ta «us work of * e „has
Connca <A
tA Economic Eto- В«per of Sea Srigfct Beach Club,
ilwnol wsВ«*Mioo. H e h u atoo. Jersey Conndi
U/y film work. Recently she dent here IS yftrs.
ter
for
the
county,
devoted
tfi
60
atric Center ia EatontomvIng, Rurawm,' peeaM * «* **>• tit, science and nature.
•
•
•
•
•
•
'former
director
of
Hpwon
Counservedon
the
ptanatag
cojnmittw
cation
and
is
В»
former
memfcer
of
wrote, directed, end produced the
Mcmmoulb Museum, recently anthe Sponsoring Committee of try Club, apd a member of tae
full length documentary fiUn, "A Mr, Hague, a graduate of La- RHs Interest and activityfathe of tht NewaA College of Ett-]
nounced the election of Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Eisner Is a former Broad- Bridge to Understanding" for the fayette, College, recently retired field of education led to i com-gtoeering Research Foundattonj'Monmouth College.
American Legion.
ert S. Eisner of Red Bank andway and television actress (Stu- Children's Psychiatric Center of from the board of directors of
M&TChemicals,
Inc.
where
he
Louis M. Hague of Rumsontothedio One, Philco Playhouse, the Monmouth County. She is currentserved as executive adviser
museum's Board of Trustees. The lead for five years in the daytime ly directing and producing a doo had
to the chairman of the board.
museum, to be located in Holm- serial, "The Secret Storm") andumentary she has written for the Prior to this position he served
Monmouth Medical Center,
as chairman of Hanson-Van
She is also a board member of Winkle-Munning Co., Matawan,
Marlboro State Hospital, Mon- which merged with M&T Chemmouth County Mental Health As- icals in 1964. He is a trustee
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An annual affair for many
generations. Old Shrewsbury Day
will begin with meeting for worship at U a.m. Dr. Roberts' lecture, the fifth in a 10-year series
will be given at 2 p.m.
The meeting will provide the
dessert and beverage for a picnic
lunch.
A recorded Friends minister,
Dr. Roberts has a bachelor of di
vinity degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary and a doctorate in ohurch history from Bos
ton University, He is editor of
the Quaker journal "Concern,"
and author of "Through the
Flaming Sword," a spiritual biography ol George Fox, of Quakerism.
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William Wolflcamp. Brad Dupree,
Frank Letterie and Conrad Newman,
The recruits will join charter
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Lt. Jack Illmensee, Raymond
England, Joseph Flammia and
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FREEHOLD — Applications
for the Monmouth County Technioal Institute which opens In
September now are being received In the offices of the county's Vocational Board of Education, 8 Throckmorton St.
The two-year drafting program
is designed to prepare technicians
as engineering aides for similar
work.
The one-year automotive mechanics course and will provide
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THE DAILY REGISTER
In Red Buk, it shows, the
viction and 29-30 year sentence
ChargeJ a r 100 kilowatt hours ol O-Wednexky, June I
for kilting Bruno Hauptiaaim
Gussto i s 1862 he said • eootef
t9t''US0!pgt^t VA VRpDM
slon m i beaten out of him bt
police and he WI not btety hneВ«lВ«, earae'w fiX a month.
formed of his rights bttoH
EUewhere to the United States *A1^ V^A^r^r
hand.
the average for thisftmountwa looaHy. lВ»*ve M B ipwm В»
$4.03. In the Middle AtUnti heiiSt year В« t w , they remmn
Justice Vincent S. Hanemar
TRENTON (AP) - Three ap- said Puchalski's conduct an
NEW YORK - H the amount States It was 54.37.
• her than they were W years
peals based a controversial U.S. confession "bear the earmarks
1 electricity used by a family For 250 kilowatt hourj a month, go Then, the cost for 100, 250
Supreme Court decision on con-of a man finally stricken with
is an Indicator of its standard the local bill was $8:43. Thi ind 500 kilowatt houfi ««w $3.86,
fessions were turned down Mon- remorse . . . " He said the po
of living, then living standards compares with"* national aver ?7.18 and $10.30.
•.
day by New Jersey's Supreme lice testimony showed Puchalsk:
are on the rise in Red Bank. age of $7.43 and with $7.67 ir The figures show, fhat the
Court.
was asked if he wanted a lawyei
the
Middle
Atlantic
States.
The two go hand-in-hand, say
imount of residential electricity
A man convicted of drunken and replied that his sister woulc
the economists. When one goes For local households that used jonsumed in Red Bank1* regiondriving tried to use the U.S.take care of getting one.
up, so does xthe. other. Locally, 600 kilowatt hours a month il area came to 3,258 kilowatt
court decision to knock out the Puchalskl and Gussie wer<
according to the latest figures, which covered lighting, refriger lours per household In the year
results of a blood test performed part of a four-man gang thai
lectric consumption per house- ation, appliances and cooking, tin is agaftist 2,565 used in 1958.
on him.
burglarized a Jersey City home
bills were $10.98.
told is at an all-time high.
A man convicted of killing a Gussie, the last man out, raped
Details on the amount of cur- In the rest of the country thej
partner in crime contended that the homeowners wife and an
EATONTOWN, N. J.
rent used and on the cost of averaged $10.61 and, in the Mid
police failed to inform him ofgered Puchalski, who found oul
die
Atlantic
States,
$11.66.
service
are
provided
in
reports
his right to have an attorney. about It the next day. Pudhalsk
•eleased by the Edison Electric There is a considerable rang
And another man convicted of also confessed that Gussie ha
Institute and by the Federal In the cost of electricity; from
beating a woman to death con- implied he might talk to police
Power Commission.
one section of the country to an
,/w \ONTGOMERY
tended police failed to ask him Gussie was shot in the back o:
As to costs, a basis of com- other.' Various factors tend t<
if he wanted a lawyer before he the neck at a parking lot
produce
these.
variations,
point
parison
Is
offered
in
the
FPC
regave an oral confession.
Ridgefield Park.
port, which presents typical elec- out the PPC. Among them an
In all three cases, the state su- Herbert James Daley sough
tric bills in effect in 5,704 com- differences in production cost;
preme court rejected the ap-to overturn his conviction foi
munities throughout the nation due to distance from the sourci
peals.
beating Lillian Oskutis to deat
of fuel, the compactness of thi
of Jan. 1, 1964.
The motorist lost out in his ap- after a night of drinking in ElizNO MONEY DOWN . . .
peal because the court said a abeth. He got a 20-24 year sen- REWARDED FOR GOOD WORK — Thrsa member! of the U. S. Army Signal School'i
FREE ESTIMATES . . .
blood test does not constitute tence.
Department of Nonresident Instruction were this week commended and rewarded for
testimony, and therefore is rot
covered by the U.S. Constitu- Daley's written confessio outstanding work performance: Robert W. Roy, left, of 125 Blackpoitvt Rd., Rumson;
tion's privilege against giving was excluded at his trial but po- Mrs. Dorothy M. Lippert of Port Monmoutti and Emil Kravec of 41 Lane Ave., Eatonself, incriminating testimony. lice were allowed to relate hi
^However, the court said a state oral confession. He contende town. Making the presentation! is Col. Norman E. Akerj, director of the department.
O n , two CMWtilMt offices offer
law still requires police to getthe police failed to tell him c In addition to certificates, Mr. Roy received a cheek for $100 and M n . Lippert and
. . . IS OUR
yen ll Drtv..|В» Window" В»rvleВ«
written consent before adminis- his rights, but the police contra- Mr. Kravec each received a substantial increase of salary.
BUSINESS
dicted
that
testimony.
The
sudaily 9 A. M. to S P. M.I
tering a blood test to a suspected
preme court said the trial judg
drunken driver.
MATTRESS FIRE
The case involved Robert E. had the right to believe the po
4 % ANNUAL DIVIDEND
LONG BRANCH - Members of
Blair, 41, of Washington, N.J., lice and disbelieve Daley.
COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
the Independent Engine and
Let WARDS do the entire
who was arrested by a state All three cases touched on
Truck Company and the Phi Daly
trooper and charged with drunk- ruling by the U.S. Suprerm
|ob, material, installation
Hose
Company
put
out
a
small
en driving. Blair was convicted Court last year, requiring polio
and financing.
mattress fire in the home of Erin municipal court but a Warren to allow criminal defendants t>
nest G. Hoalcraft, 286 Rockwell
Ph. 542-2150
County judge ordered the blood see their lawyers if they aske
Highway 35, Mlddletown
Hwy. 3 * . Atlantic Highlands
Ave., shortly before 11 a.m. Moritest evidence quashed because for them. The Third Circui
671-2400
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Blair had not been informed of Court of Appeals in Philade'
his right to refuse to provide a phia has since extended that
ruling to apply xetroactivel
via! of blood.
Anthony M. Puehalskl of Un-and requiring the police to as
ion City tried tp upset his con-defendants If they want lawyers
led Bankers
ore
Three Appeals
Turned Down
By High Court
le<>tricity
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22-WeaWВ»y, June W, 1965 THE DAILY REGISTER
By Hy Cunningham
Braves TopPhUaddphia
Bjr MUKJUY CHASS
The Alou brother*, Including
Amchtted P r e u Sprats Writer Jesus, played together with the
Felipe and Matty Atou haven't Giants in 1963. At the time, Febeen teammates for two sea- lipe was in his sixth year, Matty
sons, but they still work togeth- his fourth and Jesus his first at
er like the Lone Ranger and San Francisco. But in December of that year, Felipe was
Tonto.
i
shipped to Milwaukee, and then
The brothers, Felipe with Mil- there were two.
waukee and Matty with San Jesus has been a permanent
Francisco, teamed up Tuesday fixture in the Giants' outfield
night to move the Braves a this year while Felipe has startgame closer to the National ed either at first base or in the
League-leading
Los
Angeles outfield at Milwaukee Matty,
Dodgers.
on the other hand, has been only
Felipe drove in six runs with a sometimes San Francisco
two homers and a single, spark- starter.
ing tiie second-place Braves to a He enjoyed one of his better
12-7 victory over Philadelphia nights against the Dodgers,
while Matty scored both runs in though; With one out in the first
the Giants' 2-1 triumph over the inning, the 26-year-old lefty douDodgers. Milwaukee now trails bled and stole third ai pitcher
Los Angeles by V/2 games.
Don Drysdale peered in for the
Carleton League
Lakewood Wins 3d Gan&
Freehold Cops 5-4 Victory
sign tor bis first pitch to Willie
Mays. Mays then tripled for the
first run.
. ^
After Wes Parker's home run
tied the game in the fourth,
Matty led off the sixth by beating out a bunt in front of the
plate. He moved to seqond on an
infield out and raced home as Lakowood made Rumson-Palr
Haven its thdrd straight-victim in
Jim Hart singled to right..
Felipe, meanwhile, became the Southern Division of the Ed
the first National Leaguer to Carleton League last night, scorknock in six runs in a game this ing a 4-1 victory on Its Ocean
season.
His
performance Cpunty diamond.
brought his average to .302, his In another game, host Freehold
homer total to 10 and his runs edged Long Branch, 5-4, in a
batted in mark to 36, the last game that was called after five
just one behind Ed Mathews1 innings because of darkness.
Lakewood commands the eightteam-leading 37.
In other NL games, Pitts- team Southern Division with a
3-0
mark. Freehold holds second
burgh outslugged St. Louis 1041,
Cincinnati downed New York 5- with two wins in three outings
1 and Chicago whipped Houston and Long Branch is tied for fourth
with a 1-1 mark. Rumson-Fair Ha5-0.
ven hasn't won in three official the tying run. Jack Hill Mkwed
with an infield single, and Walstarts.
Tonight, the league is idle. Two ling tallied when the shortstop
games are on tomorrow's sched- threw wildly to first trying to
ule. Ocean Township (1-2) is get Hill.
slated at Long Branch and Twin The Southern Division standBoros (1-1) is host to West Long ings:
Pts.
W
Branch (0-1).
.J
Tally Trio In Sixth
Lakewood —••-•
4
...2
Lakewood earned its, victory Freehold .....
2
1
with three markers in the bottom Neptune
2
...1
of the sixth inning on two walks, Twin Boros
2
a force play, a single by Shelly Long Branch — _ 1
2
1
Franklin and three more wallts. Ocean Twp
0
Rumson-FH
averted
being W. Long Branch ...0
0
blanked when it picked up its Rumson-F.H
Lakmr<M4 В« >
lone tally in the top of the fourth
AS R H
on walks to Tom Vetterl and Tim Brlftiton.Jb 3 o o L.Vart'l_ne,.lb 2 0 "
Ryan, Fred Sanborn's single and
V В» ,
a fielder's choice ploy.
J O 6 Kristb'»«,M i O 0
Ryan.o
Sanborn,iL 3 0 1 F'klln.Jblb 3 0 1
Two Hits Help
B'katewlb.p 3 0 0MeyerВ«.3b 3 1 I
• 2 O0
A pair of runs in the home BeВ«ty,p.lb 333 00 10 Lowe.rt
0 1
BВ«lltraniJ,U В« O
Babcoek.lt 3
MID0LETOWN — Mrs. Austin half of the fifth allowed Freehold Thilet, rt 1 0 0 BHm».n,l«:b 1 0 1
' cuadraifo.ct i l l
Cushman posted low gross and to edge Long Branch. Tom
,, kovi.e
0O
< Bunteln.c S 1 0
Mrs. Albert Morrison had low net Stieniti opened matters by walk'
Dolamore,p 3 0 0
1 0 1
among Class A shooters in worn ing, but was forced at second by
Jamu.p
0 1 0
en's 18-hole action yesterday :at Jim Leon. Greg Waiting then
S4
4 •
doubled to send Leon home with
•
21 1 3|
В©amm Hollow Country Club.
...0 0 В» 1 9 0 O - l
Rumion-PH
Class B honors among the 18..,.0 0 1 0,0 J * - В«
Laknrood
!B—Vetterl.
hole shooters went to Mrs. John
Fitzgerald for low gross and Mrs.
Freehold (51
Lonf Branch (4)
RH
AB H H
Charles Kitcman, low net. Mrs. LINCROFT - Kathy West', 12, HyerВ«,В«s A3
3 1 1 Will,iВ»
Mike Kosyk had low putts with daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- St.rolto.rMb 2 0 0 Mount,2b
Sleln!lz.2D
DlUey.ir
1
33.
Leon,3b
ard P. West, of 47 Oaklawn Rd., MIDCVR.C
3
In nine-hole play, M r s . C.N. Fair Haven, turned in a fine rid- Chaiey3ii>r
V'carlUccf 3
2
Walltncrt.p
ounther.lb
03 01 01
Bramley's 56 was low gross for ing performance Saturday in ManneNa.p 0 0 0!
Hlll.c
3 00 0
1
' " 0' Hellman.lb
Class A players.
Mrs. Frank registering a third place in the Piiza.ph
j.WilbВ«rt,3b 1 0 0 Enderly.rt 1 O O
0 0
0 Bowe.p
O'Connor had low net of 40, and open equitation class at the Lin- Rydcl;pb
Rdei;pn
• 0" "
"—'0 0 Clayton,ef 3 1 1
Perrl.SI
Mrs. Rockford Era had low putts croft Horse Show.
0 0 Mother,!! 3 0 0
with 15.
Miss West Is a member of the
U 5 5
.00
It-*
frn Class B, Mre.Joseph Sharab-Sleepy Hollow Riding School in Lone Branca „ _
J O i l S—»
'reehold ............
ba had low gross of 58 and Mrs. Middletown.
SB—Waillnc Cbuey.
Ralph Weaver's 45 was low net.
Mrs. Sidney Finger had low putts
on 20.
Bsmm Hollow Trophy play in
the nine-hole group reached the
ALUMINUM SEAMLESS
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finals when the duo of Mrs. Ern
and Mr. Sharabba play Mrs.
O'Connor and Mrs. Ed Collins,
Among the 18-holers, Mrs.
George Carey and Mrs. Morrison
gained the finals by defeating Mrs.
Cushman and Mrs. Carroll Morley.
• Boki en White Enamel
FOOTBALL COACHES HAVE NO FEAR — Bob
Osgoodby, former football player, coach and one of the
grid game's best backers, held a "conditioning session"
in August the past couple of years and it turned oui
tremendously for athletes wishing to get into condition
before the fall sport seasons got under way.
In the past couple of years it was a great success and only this year have some local coaches
become skeptical of the program because of the
New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, the governing body of high school sports.
In the American League, Minnesota blanked Chicago 4-0, BalHave no fear coaches, it is legal from opening day
timore edged New York 2-1 in 10
to the conclusion of the program. We checked
innings, Detroit nipped Boston
6-5, Kansas' City stopped Los
yesterday with James G. Growney, executive secAngeles 5-0 and Cleveland
retary-treasurer of NJSIAA.
knocked off Washington 8-3.
Jim's statement yesterday — "There is nothing RED BANK - Arthur B. Hal- be obtained at the Red Bank Rec- Marichal held the Dodgers to
wrong with the conditioning program as long as schools ner, chairman of Region Three reation office, Monmouth Street, five hits, two by Drysdale, and
are not involved. Our desire is that the school or of tiie American Power Boat As- •Red Bar*. A June 30th deadline brought bis record to 10-5. Dryssociation, last night reported that
been set for "queen" con- dale, who had won nine of his
school personnel would not attempt to control the ac- boat owners and drivers are set has
testants.
last 10 games, suffered his
tion of their athletes during the summer. Coaches for the Eastern hydroplane chant Tfce Red Bank regatta has been fourth setback against 11 victohave reason for team members to report in top physl pionships slated for the National voted the "best" on the racing ries.
Sweepstakes Regatta to be held
Felipe Alou ignited a 21-hit
cal condition, but this type of program is solely the on the Navesink River, July 24-25. circuit and this year should be Braves'
attack with his firstno exception. For the first time
responsibiliy of athletes."
At a session of the National in championship competition driv- nning homer, then singled
home
two
runs in the six-run
Growney said that his group is not in the habit Sweepstakes committee in the ers will be awarded prizes for
Pitcher Inn last night plans elimination heats. The champion third and olouted a three-run
of telling parents what to do with students dur- Molly
were discussed for the coming of the several divisions also will homer in the sixth. Eddie Maing school vacation. The situation here is that annual classic held here.
receive a Jacket which win in- thews triggered the six-run outNJSIAA has nothing against a conditioning proMine classes of the speedy hy< clude lettering on the back of burst with a home run, the 2,gram as long as schools, coaches, booster clubs droplanes will compete here for his championship won at the Red 000th hit of his career.
The Pirates beat St. Louis for
and school personnel are not involved. If they en- the championships including the Bank regatta.
44s, 48s, 145s, 150s, ski boats, One of the features of the Red the first time in 18 games as
ter the picture, then It is time for NSIAA to look 225s, 230s, 266s and the Jersey
Donn Clendenon drove in four
Bank National Sweepstakes ReInto the matter. If an individual desires to put Speed Skiffs. Eliminations will be gatta will be the reception lor runs with homers in the eighth
and ninth innings. Pinch hitter
himself Into top condition for his athletic year held Saturday and the champion' oonstestants and tiielr families at Ossie
Virgil's bases-empty homships will be on tap for Sunday's the Willowbrook Inn, Fair Haven
ahead of him, that Is his own business.
er in the Pittsburgh seventh tied
program.
following Saturday's races. This it 5-5 after the Cardinals had
Athletes getting the "get-in-shape" urge around The Eastern championships is one of the highlights for the scored four times in the fourth,
August, may do so without worries connected. Big takes in quite some territory with visitors to Red Bank, and it is two on Jerry Buchek's triple.
expected from east of the getting to be as popular with the
Jim gave the word! Coaches and others connected 'boats
Mississippi and including Eastern drivers as the regatta. In fact, it Sammy Ellis pitched a fourwith schools have no worries either, that is, as long Canada.
might have something to do wjth hitter for his 10th victory
agajnst two defeats. He allowed
as they ignore their athletes until they go under their Once again this year the Sweep- the Voting of Red bank as the the
Mets only one hit after the
stakes committee will conduct best regatta of the year.
wing Sept. 1.
second inning and at one stretch
the annual "Sweepstakes Queen" One of the disappointing fac- retired 18 straight batters. Pete
Big Bob Osgoodby believes hi athletes being contest. Several prizes will be on tors coming out of last night's
Rose and Deron Johnson each
In tip top condition for any sport, and that is why tap for the queen including a meeting was the report that At- lashed
a two-run double for Cinhe has this conditioning program. It must he a (100 bond. The "queen" will reign lantic Refining Co., could not cinnati.
the two-day regatta and also see its way clear in supporting The Cubs extended Houston's
hobby of his as there can't be a profit involved over
will be involved in ceremonies the "Sweeps" this year.. Atlantic, losing streak to eight games and Little Silver _
with the conditioning prices he charges.
prior to the July 24-25 affair. a sponsor of the Phillies in the its scoreless inning string to 31. Eatontown
Being some kind of a nut with conditioning, Os- Applications for the contest may National Baseball league, is con- Bob Buhl set the Astros down on Oceanic ..
centrating on baseball this sea- five hits through eight innings, Oceanport
goodby guarantees to get a customer in A-l condition
son and because of this, have and Ted Abernathy finished up. Fair Haven
for any fall sport he might be participating in. Oscut out sponsoring regattas which Don Landrum doubled home a West Long Branch
they have done in the past several run and scored on Ron Santo's Shrewsbury
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Liberty
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Washington
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Tuesday'! Remits
You can't take conditioning away from a condi- Baltimore 2, New York 1, 10
tioning fan like Bib Bob Osgoodby. Furthermore, he nnings
City 5, Los Angeles 0
has two sons he wants in top form for the football sea Kansas
Cleveland 8, Washington 3
son. Young Bob is head line coach at Asbury Park Minnesota 4, Chicago 0
High, and former star gridder Glenn is an assistant Detroit 6, Boston 5
Today's Games
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Thursday's Games
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Pearl
t Hose* Mistake
BnmfMd
i. Lfemift U d y
Goazale*
4. aOJC Aei
Pearl
I. Morrislea
Brooks
(.Bayard Park
Meree
7. Shlproll
Boulmetii
I. Grey Ruler
NB
I. Mlu Strob
Sellers
II. Cavanboy
Brooks
11. Navy Metil
Boulmetls
12. Rosy Phim
Cnlmone
a)RlvIdlo-PreВ«tlleo-Bemadotte entry.
Tigers Beat
Boston,,6-5
Wedrwday, June 16,1965-23
THE DAIEY REGISTEB
Todafs Sdect 'Cap Draics Field
Of 15; Golden Joey to Carry 124
I ttHM* Ftftt laea-tOM, 1 y . В« , AJhr., About I m. Turf
Barreur
115
1-1
111 M-l I. Native HOI
Pfcarf
107 20-1
1-1 IBayroo
HI
Brocklebank
107 20-1
117 21-1 7. Solid Word
6-1
Sellers
111
114 KM 8. Hurry Up Dear
rVFANPTlBT — Pifioon
3. tihnn
111' P
Plavornund Stake* and Sy-R, <was
OCEANPORT
Fifteen 3pono, 114;
E. VI
M. (VRrfon'a
O'Brien's Playground
S-I
Grimm
115
117 15-1 9. Clean Sheet
Dennis the Menace Is one-up nesota's 4-0 triumph over sec year-olds were named yesterday Wrong Card, 114; Mrs. Leonard runner-up in the 1964 New Jer0-1
Sellers
115
11* S-l 10. Your Topi
the Monster; the Monster ond-place Chicago in the opener for today's 18th running of theLoveridge's Big Rock Candy, sey Futurity at Monmouth.
5-2
117
ae Bureau Chief
Brumfleld
HI
4-1 has the WlUies and the Boston of a three-game series between slx-furlong Select Handicap at 113; Hill-N-Dale Farm's Deutron, Johnny Sellers Is scheduled to
117
Baeta
118 10-1 a* Will Net Maa
ride Golden Joey. Other riding
117 10-1 Red Sox have had a tankful of the two contenders. Baltimore Monmouth Park, and this bump- 113; E. L. Stephe'nson's Vaga- assignments for the Select in114 5-2 ae Poachers Pocket Grant
nipped the New York Yankeeser crop brought a gross value of bond Prince, 113; Ada L. Rice's
the Tigers.
IK 10-1 *a)Drake-Fourth Estate entry.
with $12,171.25 awaiting Whistling Kettle, 113; Mary V. clude Howard Grant on. Time
Detroit's Denny McLain, no 2-1 In 10 innings; Cleveland (18,725
114 8-1
:he
winner
if they all go.
whipped
Washington
8-3
and
Fisher's Space Song, 112; Colon- Tested, Karl Korte, Hl-Hasty;
Sixth
Race—$(000,
4
y.o.
A
up,
allw.,
1A
m.
Turf
menace in 10 of 11 previous
111 (-1
Baeza, Country Field;
1. В«Jolly Whistler
Pearl
•107
5-2 pitching efforts this year, set a Kansas City blanked the Los Mrs. Marion R. Frankel's ial Farm's Surge Ahead, 112; Braulio
Grimm, Cosimo; Larry
111
Baeza
2-1 major league strikeout record Angeles Angels 5-0.
olden Joey is top weight of the Blue-Gold Stable's Swoon's Fire, Phil
2. Sheet Anchor
My Apollo; Safn Boul112
Sellers
5-1 Tuesday night in the Tigers' (-5 McLain, who relieved Wicker- field under 124 pounds and he'll 111, and Tagg Farm's Sy-R, 110.Pierce,
Second Race-Purse ttOW, 4 & up, CIg., 6fur. 3. Whatever
metis, Wrong Card; Joe Culsham with Boston in front 3-D in be giving from four to 14 pounds
122
4-1
Another
Stakes
Winner
.
Chambers
4.
Sheldrake
Boston.
1. Dark Blaze
NB
mone, Big Rock Candy; Don
112 1M
117
8-1 Dick Radatz, the Monster of the first, yielded two more runs to his rivals.
Brumfleld
Joey was the winner Brumfield, Deutron; Bill Zakoor,
112 20-1 5. Journalist
2. PeggtM Pet
Gonzatef
before leaving the game for a Remainder of the field con- of Golden
117
10-1
Grant
6.
Saltvllle
;he
Red
Sox'
bullpen
who
the
Florida
Breeders
Stakes
Vagabond Prince; Sandino Her117 20-1
>. Foot Rullah
CUIton
117 15-1 thared the strikeout mark bro- hitter in the seventh.
Brooks
sists of Ogden Mills Phlpps' Time at Hialeah and finished third in
Whistling Kettle; Steve,
4. Grey Dust
Chambers
112
M 7. Mantaro
112
5-2 en by McLain, came in to pro- Radatz, the third relief pitch. Tested, 120; Jumping Brook the Governor's Gold Cup at Bow-nandez,
NB
В«.
aTele
Jr.
J. Scarlet Sage
Pearl
S-I
114
.er to fan six men in a row — he^arm's Hi-Hasty, 118; Circle M. ie. Time Tested is another 1965Brooks, Space Song; Wayne
ect
a
three-run
lead
in
the
Chambers,
Surge Ahead, and
I. Udjr Angler
NB
111 20-1 a)HUl-N-Dale Farm entry.
did it against the Yankees last
7. Ranbee
NB
112 15-1 Seventh Race-$75O0, S y.o. fUlles, allw., 1 mile ighth inning and gave up four, month — gave up a run in theFarm's Country Friend, 115; stakes winner with a victory in Dave Kassen, Sy-R.
Including a decisive three-runMrs. Arnold A. Willcox's Cosi- Garden State Park's Delaware
119
6-1 1.1 Deceive
В«. Conteerate
Pierce
Alvarez
lit S-l homer by American League eighth on a hit batsman, Jerry mo, 114; John Gurich's My Ap-Valley, and My Apollo finished Last year's Select was won by
8-1 2. Clown Around
t. aCape Aim
Korte
HI
M. Roebling's Black
Lumpe's
double
and
Gates
Baeza
110 5-1 home run leader Willie Horton.
first in the George Washington Joseph
II. Zlmmer'i Flame Pearl
114 15-1 S. Fairway Fun
Mountain.
Brumfleld
!!• 8-1 McLain, a 21-year-old rlght- Brawn's infield single before
at
Bowie
anH
was
third
in
Laur11. Old Whltey
Grant
116 10-1 4. Bank Book Sayde NB
118 10-1 ander who struck out 2S1 hit-Horton unloaded a 3-2 pitch into
el's Senatorial.
11. Our Son Don
McCurdy
116 15-1 5. Torld Miss
the lower left field stands.
NB
112 5-2 ers and married Lou BouCosimo and Hi-Hasty loom as
•e Nightlife Charlie McCurdy
116
4-1 0. Nature
Sellers
l i t 12-1 dreau's daughter two years ago, The homer was Horton's third
strong contenders. Hi-Hasty has
ae Indian Chief
NB
112
8-1 7. Wendy's Crown
Grant
lit 7-2 replaced Detroit ttarter Dave In three games and 14th of the
been second in the Hibiscus, Govaa Miss Normandy NB
111 1M
season.
ernor's Gold Cup and Delaware
115
8-1 Eighth Race-Pane $15,000 added, I y.o,, I fur. Wlckersham hi the first inning Minnesota's
• e aGo Ahead
Korte
Jim Grant
Valley.
Cosimo's record shows
Tuesday night and fanned the stopped the White Sox on five
SCORES
a)Heard-Klmme] entry.
SELECT HANDICAP
seconds
In the Francis Scott Key I..S. Ea(ln *, Shrewsbury TCoIrerlwe 1
first seven Red Sox he faced, hits for his sixth, victory in seV'
Niirpws
vrv
Fo*ei
fl. LH. Hovers B ^
1. Deutron
Brumfleld
IIS t-1 making by one the all-time
and
George
Washington.
OCEANPORT - First eight
IWrd Race-Purse MOW, 2 y.o., fll., allw., Stf f. 2. Golden Joey
Faultier! В«, R.P. T l | ) n S "
Seller*
124 7-2 •ecord for consecutive strike- en decisions. He has beaten Chi days of the 56-day Monmouth Deutron was the victor here in R.P.
R.P. Bean A, 1.8. EatW 1
cago
three
times
without
a
loss
Lions I, flhrtwi. Wolve0-1
1. aUnfalr
Brumfleld
116 1-1 3. Cosimo
Grimm
114 8-1 >uts by a relief pitcher.
race in which Hi-Hasty was fa-HhrewH.
I..K. Ravrnii 2, L.K. Rover* O
Tony Ollva and Bob Allison hi Park meeting Indicate that the avored,
2. Nero'i Daughter Chambers
114 10-1 4. Vaaabond Prince Zakoor
118 8-1 He wound up with 14 strike- home
and he also turned back Shrenq. Foxes 4, HhrewK. Llorta 9
runs
off
Gary
Peters,
5-5
R.P.
Brim
R.P. rimthrrs 1
I. Persian Melody Brumfleld
114 H 5. Whistling Kettle Hernandez
11) I M uts in 6 2-3 innings •i- and noas the Twins stretched their season will be comparable to last Golden Joey, Cosimo and MyL.S. Rovers5.14,
Shrewsbury IJona 3
4, Trljugate
Boulmetli
US 8-1 0. Space Song
STANDINGS
Apollo In that event. Off that
Brooks
112 20-1 :igar. Fred Gladding, who league lead to l'/j games.
wear's record session.
W h
i. Nancys Prldt
Sellers
IlВ« 10-1 7. Hl-Hasty
Korte
118 10-1 itched the final two innings Russ Snyder, a former Yan- Mutuel play during that period showing Deutron seems to rate MKIr Xilvrr lUvrne
8
I. alike Atoll
Brumfleld
US J-l 8. Swoon's Fire
6
Boulmetls
111 20-1 after McLain was lifted for a kee farmhand, drove in both otalled $11,434,881, an Increase highly in the field. Surge Ahead Rlvnr FlaiA Bears
7. Lucky Shlrl
Grimm
116 15-1 9. Sy-R.
Kassen
110 20-1 inch-bitter, received credit for Baltimore runs with a sacrifice )f {23,861 over the $11,411,020, had won his last two and Vaga Mill* Sll'er Eatlea
5
IJHIe Sliver Rovers
4
I. Canmbas
Brumfleld
116 5-1 10. Wrong Card
Boulmetls
114 20-1 :he victory. Gladding added our fly in the eighth and a 10th in-Dr 2/10ths of one per cent, for the bond Prince was a winner earlier Rlvw
Plata Tlaere
3
flbreWHhury IJonn
4
•(Pelican StablfrSarmento entry.
11. Big Rock Candy Culmone
l i t 20-1 itrikeouts, giving the two De-ning single, beating Mel Stottle- same period in 1964. Attendance in the session. Whistling Kettle River
Plata. Panthers ...
. 3
12. Time Tested
Grant
120 S-l roit relievers a total of 18 formyre, 7-3, and enabling the Ori-is down 6/10thj of one per cent was second In last season's World Shnwitmry Wolverlnea
3
Fourth Race-Purs* $4500, 2 y.o., allw., 5ft fur.1$. Surge Ahead
Chambers
112 5-1 the game.
oles to stretch their winning with 121,920 fans turning out
Baeza
115 10-1 McLain, whose string of seven string through five games.
1. Ocean Reef
8-1 14. Country Friend
against a total of 122,770 in the
117
Brumfleld
Pierce
114 10-1 trikeouts also tied the AL Rocky Colavito's three-run first eight days of 1964.
t-1 H. My Apollo
2. Gary Dear
Chambers
112
В». Tickled Silly
Boulmetls
record for starting pitchers and homer and Chuck Hinton's solo One factor involved in main118 10-1
4. LataJUh
Barrow
112 6-1 Ninth Race-KSOO, 4 y.o. & up, CIg., irV m., Turf relievers — starters Max Sur-shot powered Cleveland past thi taining business at a high level
Grimm
l i t (-1 kont, Johnny Podres and JimSenators. Gary Bell pitched th< has been the success of the faI. National Idol
Zatoor
117 4-1 1. Oleata
NB
l i t 8-1 Maloney share the modern m * last three innings, preserving vorites to date, So far, 28 have
I. Hip Shooter
2-1 2. Brown Jay
Gonzalez
117
NB
HI • 5-2 jor league mark of eight — nowSam McDowell's seventh victo- scored in-72 races for a winning
1-1 1. All Baba 2nd
7. MtoKrtl King
112
Baeza
4. Parmenlo
BouImetJs
114 10-1 has fanned 66 in 73>/ВЈ innings.
ry. Hlnton, an ex-Senator, hai mark of 39 per cent.
Fifth Bace—$4500, I y.o., Allw,, About 1 m. Turf 5. Buckles
Pearl
*1U 12-1 The Chicago native has start- hit four of his six homers Competition has been keen in
114 7-2 ed nine games this season and against Washington.
1. Even Take
Brumfield
117 8-1 0. Good Flight 2nd Baeza
all divisions of the action and to
Baeza
112 15-1 ompleted only one of them, a Diego Segui stymied Los An-date 719 different horses were
2. GflXHNB
112 20-1 7. Trial Balloon
Boulmetis
114 15-1 three-hit 4-0 victory over Wash- geles on two hits and Bert Cam- ntered during the first eight
S. Mango Walk
Kassen
112 20-1 8. Gamboling
NB
115 6-1 ington May 19. He is 2-3 for thepaneris singled, doubled and days.
4. agyneopa
Brumfleld
119 M t. Kings Song
season and 8-9 with the Tigers stole two bases to pace the Ath- Leading money-winners during
since they picked him up from letics' attack. The two stealss this early span of the meeting are
the White Sox on first-year gave Campaneris 20 for the Turbo Jet II, $15,193; Our Miyear, tying him with his second chael, $11,505; Honor Bright, $11,ICT RAILROAD AVB.
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Grey Dust
..
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EARLY MORNING SCRATCHES
1. O.K. Ac*
J. Cape Ann, Nltelife Charlie, Indian Chief, Miss Normandy
8. Tike Atoll
f. Bayzon, Bureau Chief, Poachers Pocket
В«. Tele Jr.
I. My Apollo .
TRACK - Good
WEATHER - Showery '
U T - c i g ; in jn: s f: off l:oo.
Oolden Eddie (Kaiaen) 10.49 B.4O 1.20
Rudy Rullla (derkln) ..18.60 9.20
Pnedami L'd (Brooks)
4.00
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Spin, Jeuiionid, Hjrpnotlte, Flint Beaeon, Caalno DВ» Paris, Add a Claim,
Ovirtare, Btue'i Road.
2D—Clmi; 1-up; 1U m: olf 5:29',.
Kyrop (Oonialez)
..6.(0 4.V> 2.80
Red! Handful (Zakoor) ..
7.80 5.00
Llmpkln (Stevenson) .....
(.20
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Letter, Btltona-er D, Orllit. Amtsli
LINCROFT
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Bug, Oak String Farm. 3 Hlghfleld
- With a major Kite
Shadow, Jean Roako, 4. Knocka
the weatherman, doon. Bleepy Hollow Farm, F>. Famle>
New
Moon, Kit RMk S 1
'(Dally Doable 4-ft PВ«M 937.80.)
Saturday's Llncroft Horse Show Caroueel
Farm.
LAHOE PONY WORKrNO HUNTER:
proved a huge success.
3D—Mdm; S-rn; B'A t; oft J:DO.
I. Hlghfleld Nlte In, Kit Roartco. 5.
Sprint Double fBr'flild) &.M 4.00 3.80
Ttii cniat locimmi
10.90 7.20 Short Order, owned and ridden Wennol Bechan, Tourelay Tarm, 3. Nl
Double la Brau (Daly)
S.M by Mrs. Steven Wood of Middle- and Tuck, Mr>. R. O. Salman. I.
m.ort gtnry. walle.oottdapker, o. ,BВ»b.
, 7.-l:OSH. Alao — Battel thill. Roust)
Law*,- Oood Land, Tarpon tprliise, In town, won Grand Hunter Cham- Beau. * • « • * . muia, fc: .shorn
rftrvrPatttyland,DoDugiy
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Brother. Beslto, New Ballot, Admiral
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Tudor, Harmenr Acaln.
morial Challenge Trophy for Trlcome
Ellen M,, Karen Lefwich.
oTB-ciraВ»: 4-up; В« (: on . . . . . . .
OPEN JUMPERS: 1. The Bachelor,
Model Lea (Brumrleld) 14.60 T.00 5.40 Working Hunters. Dana Bren- Bob
zibrlakle, % Kilkenny. Sleepy Hoi.
Jolly Count (Bonialu)
S.80 4.40 nan's
Cha, scored 12 points, low Parm,
' Cha
Ch Ch
3. orayilone Quality Lady.
Seven Hills (Zakoor) ...
В».В«
(. Seion, Mri. Steven Wood, i. Stable
T..1:12H. AUo — Lueky Tokm. New one less than Short Order, and Mate.
Carouael Farm, 6. Moon Bultei
Leader. Alpenhorn, Col. Noorbel, Master thus captured Reserve Cham'
SHALL PLEASURE HORSE AN1
Malt H. Brow Band, lecond Meaiege,
PONY: 1. Mlichlef Maker, 2. Bab'
pionshlp laurels for the Rumson Beau,
BombaiUe.
3. Lady BUR.
ITK-Alw; 3*4 yrii В« t: off 4:JB.
rider.
BEGINNER EQUITATION: 1. Llll
Mm Dicker (B'metli) .13.60 В«.В«0 4.49
Sun Tumble (A'varei) .
l i s a 5.80 Miss Georgia D. Hudson's Ris Arlln. 2. Colleen Qulnn. 3. Marian El
len Dolan. i. Lorrle Herb, S. Jeai
P'neilan Play (Orlmm)
4.40
8. Nancy.
T.-lrUM. AliВ» - Top Effort. Bleiaed que, captured the first leg on theRoiEko,
N.J.P.H.A. JUNIOR JUMPERB:
HOIK, Small Voice. Tudor lllatreei, Thomas Harry Klley Memorial Kilkenny,
2. Happy Hooligan, 3. Stab]
"Toodmald, fltreat Show.
Challenge Trophy, representing F05LD HUNTERS: 1. Irene Adler,
TTH-Alw; <up; S f; off 4:В»T.
Hear Man (Bouferaette) 4.00 3.00 !.4J the Pleasure Pony Champion Trlcorne
Flrat,
3. Slush, i. Cha Cha,
Baraston (Orlmm)
4.20 3.01
Happy Hooligan, Suaan Kent King.
I n p u t (Culmone)
I.oo ship.
Barnegat Bay, Trlcorne Farm.
* - l : l l H . Alio-Pamtum. Play Rmifb,
Miss Andrea Stafford of Tri OPEN JUMPERS KNOCKDOWli
Joey Binder, Tlpoplek.
OUT: 1. The Bachelor,
eior, 2.
t. Moor
Bra—Alw; I y n ; lfr m: off 5:28.
come Farm, Holmdel Township, AND
Watcher, 3. Seaon, 1.
Slyitlteh (Orlmm)
3 В« 2.80 2.60
Kllkeminy,
Cor.vel (Cnamberi) .
5.00 3.41 took horsemanship honors with
. Hal
Bama Day (lellera) .
3.40
T.l:45%, Alio - Knobi, Republican firsts in the McClay (ASPCA ryrconio JoiTeiT 2- Llnflen Hill, Jtnnl
fer Stanley, 3. Pride and Joy, 4
Way, Oauehe, Henmilea,
War.
Hanmilea/
horsemanship) and open equita- Rathkeale,
Kathleeri Weldon, 5. Coppei
(TH-C1: 4-up; 1A m; off В»:M',4.
Phenomane (Kaiim) ...35.20 11.40 7.80 tion competition and a second in Bottom, i. Rueh Hour, Nancy Kaiser
Silver Moon II (S'ari) .
I.3O 1.90 ASPCA medal hunter seat equita- AHSA HUNTER SEAT MEDA
CLAS8:
1.
Kit Roftko, 2. Andrea Ste
Cmcet'i Choice (C'bare) ....
r.20
ford, !. Jamie Altken, 4. Mary Elli
T.-1:4)H. Alio—Rsallim, Dunk Dunk, tion class.
Ruperto, Barb and Poll^, Wis
Wise ComU
Following is a summary of the N!JВ°P!H.A. BMALL PONY HUNTERS
mand.
Luck.
mand Dandy Intent,
Intent It'i Luck
u
1. Knockadoon. 2. Farnley New Moon
- - - ' - HANDLE I13K
(ACT. ll.Yl
I1.3K.595.) results:
3.'aeebe *. Lady Bus:. 5. Hlghfleld Nil
OPEN EQUITATION: 1. Pamela
Schneider, 1. Jamie Altlun, S. Karen
Peterson, 4. Fettr Altlun, 5. Elite
Huber, 6. Connie 8mHh.
ORKBlf WORKINO HUNTERS: 1.
'atrick, ridden by Bobert Zabrlekle,
2. Mtlliia, ridden by Mary Ellen McDonald, I. Pumpkin, ridden by Andrea
Stafford, 4. Moon Watcher, Mra. Criae.
Fitch, o. Short Order, ridden by Mra.
Bteven Wood, S. CotoneaJter, Mri. AlRUMSON
—
Tommy
Shea
and
ran
a
leg
on
the
winning
440-yard
In regular ladles' day competind Klnf, Jr.
Tom
Dooley
each
won
two
indiN.J.PH.A. OPEN WORKINO HUNTrelay
team
that
also
Inoluded
tion, Mrs. Donald Lawes, Jr.,
ERS: 1. Cha Che, Dina Brennan, 2.
vidual
event)
to
steal
the
show
Tom
Brophy,
Jerry
McSorley
and
was the winner In Class A. while
Shtrt Order, 3. Irene Adler, Mra. C.
Combi, 4. Qrayatone Quality Lady,
Mrs. William Jones took the hon- in the third annual track and Harold Mullens,
Hubbi, S. Mlngls More. Nlela
field meet sponsored by the Rum- A Forrestdale School seventh Howard
~. Nlelaen.
ors in Class B.
ASPCA HORSEMANSHIP CLASS: 1.
son
Recreation
Commission
last
grade
student,
Dooley
topped
the
.Mrs. Marsh A. Bryan and Mrs.
Andrea Stafford, 2. Jamie Altlten, 3.
Bllm McDonald, 4. Sherrle Smith,
William Abernathy were the re-Saturday at Rumson-Falr Haven high jumpers with a four foot, Mary
Kit Rosko.
Regional High School.
one inch effort and was first in LEAD LDUS: 1. Debra Montgomery,
•pscdrve runner-ups.
Judy Qervealr, 3. Sandra MontShea, an eighth grader at Holy the softball throw on a toss of (omery,
4. Nora Olll. 9. Colleen alii.
SMALL PONY WOHKIMO HUNTER :
Unebacter Charles Thornhill Cross School, won- the 60-yard 18S feet, 1 inch.
Beebe, Mra. Jamea Qana, 2. Lady
Of Roanoke, Va., impressed Mich- dash in 8.1 seconds and broad Shelly Nolan was the top perigan State coaches .during spring Jumped 14 feet, 3% inches for former in the girls* events, winhis pair of victories. He also ning the high jump (3-10), placing
football drills.
second In the broad jump and
finishing third in Die Softball
throw.
Recreation Commission mem- "FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium
ber Ralph Lawrence presented AP) — Jim Clark of Scotland,
h
recent Inmedals to the top three placers winner of the
ianapolis
500-mile race drove
In each event.
p
L
Judges in the meet were Dave s Lotus to a clear-cut victory
WEEKLY HI-LIGHTS SELECT HANDICAP
Zapora, Walter Splllane, Bob n the European Grand Prix SunWed., June 16 Harding and Don and Bob Olshan. day and took the lead for the
world driving championship.
The results:
REGRET HANDICAP
Clark finished the 32-lap, 27S.7SVHMJUUES
Sat.,Jun*19
mile race with a margin of nearly
Hoys
flOyd. daah-l. Tom Shea, 2, Harold ne minute over Jackie Stewart
Mullfna, 3. Tom Santry. Tim.: :08.l.
Hlah lump—1. Tom Dooliy, 5. Paul f Britain, who drove a BRM.
Keany, 8. Jamel Oavln. Height: 41". Bruce McLaren of New Zealand,
Broad ]umj>—1. Tom flhei, 2. Larry
Kuitor, 3. Tom Kantry. Distance: 14' n a Cooper, was second and Jack
Shot put—1. Larry Kugler, 2. Tom Brabham, finished fourth. Both
Brofihy, 3. HiroM Uulllna. Dlitance: were a lap behind Clark.
Following them were Graham
Softball throw—1. Tom Dooley, 2.
Larry Kuglir, S. Mark Shea. Distance: Hill of Britain, BRM; Ritchie
IIS'1".
440-yd. rilay — 1. Team of Tom Ginther, Granada Hills, Calif.,
Brophy, Jerry McBorley, Tomflhea,and Honda; and Mike Spence, Britain,
Efarold Mulllna; 2. Team ol Tom
gantry, Jack Campanula, Paul Kuny Lotus,
lark's Victory
Gives Him Lead
outdoor and Indoor dining terraces
' cafeteria and dining area
on grandstand lower level,
completely air-conditioned
(MMrMlMMtllNatAdnHM
-
В»
Miss Stafford Gets
Horsemanship Honori
.RUMSON'- Mrs. Robert C, Tom Shea, Tom Dooley Sparkle
(Stanley's net 11 yesterday led
die qualifiers for the Challenge In Rumson's Annual Track Meet
Cup at the Rumjon Country Club.
MtAKFOkT, H.J.
t • D M (nil Bsdii SL riiwy., EA10I
i
Monmouth
Results
and Mark Shea: S. Team of Prank
Lawrence, Billy Gavin, Don Sutherland
and Michael ouban. Tlmi: 1:09.
OlrU
BO-yd. d u h - 1 . Mary Jo Mirle, 3.
Diana Brotin, 3. Cathy Pattrao. Time:
:07.o.
Broad lump — 1. Sharon LeRoy, 3.
Shelly Nolan, I. Sue Oaritde. Dlitanca:
•T4".
Softball throw—1. Diana Broten, 1.
Bue aaraldi, 3. fihelly Nolan. Dlitanee:
144'1".
HUH lump—1. Shell; Nolan, 2. alnny
mill, 3. (Tie) SUB aaralda and Sharon
Lenoy. Htlght: 3'10",
Y. A. Tittle threw 312 touchdawn passes during Ms National
Football' League career, Johnny
Unltas ranka second with 1S7,
one nor* than Sammy Baugh.
Wexler, 8. Bhort Story, S. Mlaiy Bo,
OPEN JUMPERS: TIME FIRST
ROUND: 1. seaon, 2. The Bachelor, 3,
S A \ S W F S W HUNTE
1. Mlai Ellen M, 2. Barnegat Bay,
Improvlie. Tony Ercellno, i Coton^ O ^ m a i C T E R S UNDER SAD
,
DLE: 1. Barneiat
2. Cha Cha,
B n i Bay,
ay, 2.
M Quibble.
Qibbl Mra.
Mra K.
K T.
T Gordon,
Gordon 4
Mr.
Tl
LJd Hill
LJn'den
Hill, 8
8. Coto
Cotoneaater, 66. Trlcorni
OPEN EQUITATION: 1. Andrea Star
ford, 2. Pamela Schneider, 3. Kali
Lyon, 4. Patricia Chandler, S. Susai
_
UNDE
SADDLE: i."Hlrtrield"Nile Shallow, ',
SADDLE
• But,
3. tlaeter Bright Ribbon,
Lady
3.
Oall Kalbherr, 4. Beebe, 5. Knockr
UNDE
Lp6NYHUHTER
DE
a ADDLE: 1. Hlghflelde Evenlnf Serenade, owned by Lucy dam, 2. Wenni
Bechan, 3. Mlaay Bo, 4. Another Sta
5. Hlgnfleld Nlte In, t. Bab'a Beau.
PLEASURE HOR8K AND PON1
CHAMPIONSHIP STAKE:
CHAMPION: Rlique, Georgia Hudeon.
Reaerve: Go Lovely, Kate Lyon.
3. Mlai Fortune, Pamela Rlchdale, 4.
MIM lllen M, 5. Baba Beau, 8. Pump-
Buy 1st tire
at price
RESERVE: With 12 polnli, Cha Cha
.—Dana Brennan.
REGULAR WORKING HUNTEB
CHAMPIONSHIP: 10 polnta—Irene Ad
M C.
C Combs.
Cmba
.. -Mn.
RESERVE: » polnti—Cha Cha •rid.
' Dana Brennan.
den and owned" by
LARGE PONY WORKING HUNTER:
CHAMPION: Hlahlleld'a Nlte In, with
S points—Kit Roauto.
RESERVE: Wennol Bechan, with
polnte—Tourelay Perm.
SHALL PONY WORKING HUNTER
CHAMPION: Beebe, with S polnti
Mra. J&mea Gans.
RBSIRVE: Lady But, with 7 pslnta
Oak Spring Farm.
OPEN JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP
The ' Bachelor, with 13 pta. Bol
Zaortakle
,
RESERVE: Siaon, with I polnti —
Mre. Steven Wood.
CAPTAIN'S TROPHY; Preiented to
exhibitor who demonatiatea the highest
degree of iportemanehlp and conaldera
tlon toward hli horee, fellow commtltore and ehvw peraonnel. Preaented to
Lorrle Schneider.
SIZE
6.70-15
6.70-15
6.70-15
6.70-15
7.50-14
7.50-14
TYPE
Tubed-type Blackwall
Tubed-type Whltewall
Tubeless Blackwall
Tubeless Whitewall
Tubeless Blackwall
Tubeless Whitewall
1st Tire' 2nd TIRE*
$5.00
$14.95
$17.95
$5.00
$17.95
$5.00
$5.00
$20.95
$5.00
$17.95
$5.00
$20.95
NO
TRADEIN
NEEDED
•Plus tax
All Tires Mounted FREE
NO MONEY DOWN
Buy on
take,montfjs'topay
Amount
Chirged
Monthly
Piymtot
$50.00
75.00
95.00
$5.00
7.00
9.00
m
on $11 merchandise &rM car $$rvice$ 1
frtctd on ihown at Flrtitont 5torВ»ij tomptlltlvely prlcttt at Flraiion* Dwlan and at all wrvtet stations diiplayins tht Hretiont itgi
Open Wed. and Fit Evenings til 9 p.m.
Daily and
Sat. 'til & p.m.
where your dollar buys MILES more
STORES
Maple Ave. at White St.
Red Bank—747-5700
1000 Asbury Avt.
Asbury Pork
775-8700
Frank Porter1*
Red Bank Tire
-
listed below S
...GET THE T
2nd TIRE
FOR ONLY
ORAND HUNTER CHAMPION: With
13 polnta, Short Order—Mri. Steven
W
Best Service
Best Quality
Best Price
SHMWSIURY AVINUI
NYLONAIRE TIRES
FONT HUNT-
Mrs. Stanley on Top
RESORT OF RACING
r .
747-3404
Opm Monday thni ftUwf—t to t p.m.: Sat. to 3 p.m.
ALSO AVAILABLE AT YOUR TEXACO,
SHELL AND CROWN SERVICE STATIONS
THE DAILY REGISTER
34-WedneВ«ky, June 16,1965
AMMOUHCEMBm
в„ў ""ttftTRJ-B.
LOST * FOUND
JOUKO — HaSe t«ji mi
AUTOS FOR SALE
1M« CUIVROLBT — Chtnlla, «_•toot s»d_n. Po -HlUfla, ( m m eU»Hn
n_lo cix-cyiindВ». tow DlHao. Me
CAfttny Chevrolet, a i l Q
UM TRIUMPH - T I H
wfciW 1WP- IMS TRIUMPH
condition.
xlra
Caxatlecl
HELP WAWTED-FEMAIX
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
SECRETARIES
HELP WANTED-MALE
HELP WANTED-M_U . Ferns!*
MERCHAND1SI
FOB SALE
A.OTO taCHAOTCB — We h»M » » «
U v*A mtcWJito. II JOII aremtul
tt*le4 <*Wa gnftent t*Jf f.r!&cВ«
lewfla or wmklni couUUouf, come oo
BJLEB EXF-OrXENT AВЈJ_NCl
В»nl;f'В«! Persatu*! For QuUitl Orders
В« Bros/
U>H Bmwb
XtUW
FOR SAIE
DONT WALK BLOCKS
down la VIM JOMt. txtft
OВ«J*'.
KatMrtown. Or etli H 2 - i m Utt tot
THESE POSITIONS ARE M O R E '
PaJermo.
THAN THE TITLES IMPLY
;orjRKEYlO6H MECHAKIBIi - Mtjor
Central /В«iiВ«y cbtialcsi olant now COEWe eHtr unuwol opportunltle M r a good future. You will Ilk* your p n l t k n . ductlni interview, for H P M T T T E M
here doing Important, dignified work "In our expanding company. Excellent and BAINT_KAIi6E MnAWWOHTS.
•oloricf, pleownt efffcM.
tfiut be over 21 years of ace and a
lift school graduate. Minimum of five
yeare Industrial eiperlence. Apply NaSECRETARY TO EMPLOYMENT MANAGER
tional Lead Company, Titanium Biylilon, Chevalier Ave., Sayrtvllle, N . I
A> right hand gal. Top skills, Correipondence, urtenlng. etc.
AN E()UAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYEH.
APPLY IN PERSON, OR PHONE 89-11C0.
four-door sedan.
_43_r
Boy's gold ring, Red Bank 1963 CHEVY IL Nova
Chevrolet.
s i S W a o n CenleJ. taltlsJi WOC. Re- O595. McCARthy
291-1101.
n r d . Call 741-3210.
1963 FORD — XL Convertible. 390-1
Four speed. Low mileage Excellei
AUTOMOTIVE
condition. Best otter, 8421587.
1863 PONTIAC — Grand Piril, toll
AUTOS FOR SALE
equipped, fl.ll power, one owner car
MR. P. ARGYRIS, PERSONNEL DEPT.
Outstanding condition. Must be seen It
1957 FORD COUNTRY BQUmE
MEN
WhltewallJ, power steering, brand ne be appreciated. Gem Oldsmoblle Inc.
battery. Cood buy. J100 or belt olte: 110 Main St., Malawan. 866-3600.
HOW
MANY
HOURS
DO YOU WANT
Call alter 6:30 p.m. 747-<070.
1961 FOHD CONVERTIBLE. - V-В«
TO WORK?
1962 CORVETTE — Very clem. Foul aulo.nitic. 11295. McCAKthy Chevrolet
185
MONMOUTH
PARK
HWY.
We
guarantee
three
dollars
ipeed Tansmlsslon. McCARthy Chevro IEil-1101
let. 291-1101.
IM3 VOLKSWAGEN — Perfect ti
per hour.
WEST LONG BRANCH, N. J.
erailtiatlon.
Excellent
condition,
В»109i
1950 OPEL — Good second car. Rea
Jnlimlted amount of hours. Make HB
An Equal Apportunlty Employer
~ I fi7153S2
much as you wish. Must have car.
(onablt. Ca.ll liter 6 P.m.
ThlВ« li not conduction. Call Kl-4010.
1982 FORD — "i ton pickup. Excellenl
226-^530
running condlUon. Will linance. Call
TOUNG MAN WANTED — Slitter train,
1955 DE SOrO ^STATION WAOO Stan, 747-0787.
HELP WAiVTED-FEMALE
MOTORCYCLES
ee. If you are Interested In good future
1963 CORVAlrt, Spyder Coupe, loui
rather than high immediate earnings,
Call 261-8791 or 741-2S74
apply In person to Ralph Frledland
i960 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERT speed S1795. McOAR-thy Chevrolet 29. 1963 B8A EOCKET — 650 cc. Must
sell, SSM or beat offer. O n JU-0125 or
&
Bros., Locust Bt., Keyport.
IBLE — Aulomntlc transmission. Goo( 1101.
WOMEN
condition. CHI H66-IOS5 alter 6 p.m 1951 CHEVROLET — Four-door led! 8(2-1121.
(Day. 7:30 to 4 p.m.)
WASHING MACHINE REPAIR MAN—
196o CHEW II - Nova, two-door hard Excellent second car. Best offer over
Help ui maka toy. [or Christmas In Vanted. Apply In person, Eatontown TV
top, Powergllde, radio, all-cylinder, $165. 741-fH93 after 7 p.m.
our n*weit, modem planL We are one Appliance Co., 50 Hwy. 35. Eatontown.
MOBILE HOMES
*17i5, McCARthy Chevrolet 291-1101 1952 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGO!
or Monmouth County's newest 'В»nd
HOUSE TKAILBK FOR RENT — fssteat growing employer*. Steady,, light MEN OVER 21 — We are taking apBUICKS-CHEVY'S-FOHUS - 195! Good shape. Best oirer.
fictory work, company paid benefits. plications for joba In packing and shlpChoice
location,
Monmouth
County.
741-3227.
1965 tor all parties medlnB i ca.r. W<
Union thop. Modern cafeteria, parking >ing department. Also machine ihop
c m lUiMice lull price with no 'noв„ў! 1!>57 CADILLAC, lour-door hardtop. *5i Yearly. Cell 842-3378.
on premliei convenient location. Five- iclpTuI, Apply in person. Estey Metal
flown. Call Mr. Button.. OASIS MO McCARlhy Chevrolet.
1961, RICHARDSON MONTCUAIR—30i day week. Toy discounts to all em- Products, 1 Kathryn Et., Red Bank.
TORS, PA 1-710(1.
59. 45' awning and a 5x7 ateel ahed In- ployees.
291-1101.
cluded. Desperate. (3,600. Ready to
1963 OLDSMOBILE - Holiday r
CLASSIC - 1956 Tnunderblrd. Pow
EXCITING SALES CAREER
SEWING
Automatic and power utoerine S18SS brakes, power steering, two tops auj move In. Call 264-3585.
McCAKthy Cnevrolel 291-lim.
Expanding sales force in central Jer1060 SABRE Will)
matli. nest offpr in one week. 141-8311.
MACHINE
sey.
Opportunities (or management No
Two
bedrooms.
Take
over
payment!.
I860 RAMBLER — Wagon, npw
1S63 FORD CONVERTIBLE OALAXI
travel. Mature peraon. College graduate
Call 741-3672
OPERATORS
new battery, excellent condltlonl $59. 500- Fully equipped: white, low mMj
or sales experience. Guarantee to $750
Phone 7(7-3350.
age, perfect condition. S1.698. 222-1W0
monthly.
Daytime, 511M.75; evenings,
Immediate openings for experienced
1963 OLDSMOBILE - Starllre, conver 1955 CHEVROLET — Bix cylinder
singl* needle operators. (Day shift 747-0151.
WANTED AUTOMOTIVE
only.)
,
lble, loaded, low mlleue. Call afl stick shift, (our^ioor, excellent Ores,
MECHANICS—Maintenance and instalt n.m. 671-M76.
WE PICK U P JUNK CABS — Uied
excellent transportation- 747-0070.
Machinists, mill'
it our Personnel Office, Mon- lation of machinery.
1861 OHEVY U Wagon. Aulomatl 1961 CORVAIR MONZA — Coupe, aul parts for saie. Twlnbrook Auto Wreck- -Apply
electricians. Versatility deday through Saturday, 9 to 3 p.m. wrights,
ing. Ca>l 747-0282 or 541-2235.
(1699. McCABUiT Chevrolet.
sired.
Interviewing all grades, reliable
fnatlc. 11895. McCARtty Chevrolel
201-1101.
men
who
want
permanent
year-round
SMALLEST TYPE J E E P — 1937. 1941
2911101
MATTEL INC.
obs closft to home. Openings on all
Dr 1950. IN OOOD CONDITION.
1957 FORD — Four-door, Hydramatii 1946
stilfta, Appl/ ATCO CERAMICS CORP.,
Ask for 8am, alter 7:30, 741-3347.
Eood condition. Call
Hwy. 35, Keyport.
TOY MAKERS
MONMOUTH MOTORS
Et. 35
Holmdel, N. J. NIGHT WATCHMAN — 10 p.m. to 8
Hwy. SJ
542-2414
Eatonlown 1958 THUNDERBIRD — All
BOATS
A
N
D
ACCESSORIES
a.m. Steady Job. Salary open. For ma1961 VOLKSWAGEN
Call
lure, telable man with car. Call 566
Sedan White. Radio, seat belts, clean, Private owner. 222-S397.
— General cleaning. Flvs or 5300 between 9 - 12.
WANTED — SUNFI3H - Good con- MAID
<_Jj 542-0962.
day week; hours to suit. Call B12dition. Reasonable price. Phone after six
I960
CHEVROLET
BELAIR
Two
AiJSISTANT
MANAGER — Hardware
05O5. NAUTILUS MOTEL APART1963 CADILLAC - Bedan de vllle. a;
5 p.m., 741-5822.
conditioned, six-way seat), power w r nв„ўr sedan. t6В»5. McCARthy Chevrole
MENTS, 2 Rumson Rd., Sea Bright. department. High volume ntore. Experienced only. Red Bank area. Bbt
dowe. Mc6ARthy Chevrolet. 291-11111 2911101.
WANTED
MACHINE OPERATORS
days. Apply "A.P.", Box 511, Red Bank.
Easy starting*, dependable 10 or 15 h.p. SMWING
heater,
1659 CADILLAC — Four-door hardtol 1957 FORD — Radio,
work on ladies' and children's
outboard motor. CM! 6T1-1243 after t To
$8.1.
coati. Single needle. Jo-Ann Coats, AUTO MECHANIC — EXPERIENCED
Power windows, power brake!, nowc Runs good. Clean.
p.m.
566.5918.
34 Willow St., Bed Bank. 7.1-9025. — Excellent opportunity (or the right
steering. Good clean condlUon. She ha
man. Contact Mike Scotto, Service Manalways alept in Has four new [eel 1958 FORD -- Two-door sedan, six cyl- 24' CHRIS CRAFT CRUISER — 175
SIiADY — Experienced, part-time. ager, Bayshore Chrysler, Atlantis Highw i n cared for.' 11M5. Call 187-1131 inder, overdrive lor economy, low mile- h.p. engine new 1957. Sleeps two. Head, Evenings
and Saturday. Apply In per* lands. 291420a.
fresh
water
sink,
upholstered
seats,
age,
В»35O.
riione
842-3787
after
5
p.m.
Bond Clothea, Monmouth Shopping
IMS CHEVROLET, Bel All
top, shlp-to-ahore, automaitlo pump ion,
MECHANIC — Mount English Sales
Center, Eatontown.
six-cylinder standard, radio.
1961 CHEVROLET BROOKWOOD - navy
lire preservers, lire extinguisher, comCo., ford Dealer, Red Bank,
CARthy Chevrolet 281-1101.
Wajoa J795. Call McCARthy Chevrolet. pass,
bumpers, llnei, anchor. _ - t r s CLERK TYPIST — Must have pleasant
•
7lfcO0O
1857 CADILLAC — Fleetwood, Jou
shaft, prop and battery. Can be seen personality. For reception and answerIloor, hardtop. Full power electric wi 1963 BUICK ELJ0CT11A 225 - Four-dool at Irwlns Yacht Works. H6M. Doa Ing phones. Typing experience nec- QUAXJTY CONTROL WORKER—Proessary. Job location In Matawan area- cess control work. Experience not nec«ow> and s«ats. 787-24B5.
sedan, air conditioned, tolly equlppe; Enclljh, 747-3329.
Excellent working conditions with na- essary. Must be dependable and high
1858 DODOJJ — Two-rioor hardto Exceptionally (ins buy. Call 747-2212. LONE STAR — Outboard, boeii and tionally known company. Call 828-2000 school graduate. Apply ATOO CERAMblack and white, 8 cylinders, automat 1957 FORD — Two-door, automatic motors. _S 13 _a.Uboa,t. br Gbryaler. for Interview or send letter with full ICS CORP., Hwy. 35, Keyport.
transmission, power steerlnB. lour gcx excellent running condlUonl 1105. Ca-1 Sea Brink sailboat, complete, I&SI.75. details to P. O Box 253, Soramerset,
OIL BURNER SERVICEMAN - Good
tarn, radio, aircondltloner. Needs main 229-2658.
MONMOUTH -CARINA
N.J.
opening tor experienced man. Apply in
tenance. Asking 1100. Call 842-3282 alte
1963 TEMPEST LEMANB Sport Coups. 46 West St., Monmouth Beach. 222-3492 SALESLADY WANTED — Five-day p e n on HENRY ALLEN CO., 30 Main
В«ve.
NO TIME TO USE IT!
11595. McCARUiy Chevrolet. Call
St.,
Batontown.
week,
Including
Saturday
and
one
or
1963 PONTIAC, Catallna convert!'*!
Twenty-four fool ZOBEL, 210 h.p. two evenings. Excellent opportunity for
201-1101
automatic and power steering. fJ95
engine, cabin, head Made
experienced person. Only
ROUTE MEN
VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE Chrysler
McCARthy Chevrolet 291-1101.
Aug. 1961. In water. All accessories, ambitious,
those Interested In a permanent posiGood condition
(4,000. Call 291-1163.
FULL AND PART-TIME. STEADY
tion need apply. Apply in person, East TTEAR-ROUND,
COUNTRY SQUIRE — 1956. nine-pa;
Call 542-2711
WORK, NO LAYOFFS.
Orange
Mill
End
Shop,
137B
Broad
St.,
•enter. New tires. JIM. Call
SPECIAL SALE
J102. CAR "AND PHONE REQUIRED.
EXCELLENT 195B Chevrolet wagon, V Overstocked. 'Have fun in the tun with Red Bank.
"ALL 162-1074.
Power Glide, radio, heater. Good tlrei n Alcort Super Sallrish. Boat Bkl &
ASSISTANT — For busy of
1898 RENAULT
plus snow tires. Call 747-5597.
Scooter Center, 75 White St., Red Bank, DENTAL
— Male,
flee 1In Matawan. Reply In full to BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTANT
preferably
with
some
brokerage
1953 KARMANN GHIA Convertible. 159 7411124,
"B.K. Box 511, Red Bank.
experlence. Permanent position In Red
McCARthy Chevrolet.
14'
—
Fiberglass,
with
anchor,
accea1963 ALFA ROMEO, Sprint coups Utt
WAITRESSES — Or Bark office. Submit resume "A.xV
291-1101.
sories, (275. 741-6334. 6 p.m.- Must sea EXPERIENCED
11995. McCAKlhy Chevrolet.
girls over 21 willing to learn waitress Box 511, Red Bank.
' worlt.
I960 VOLKSWAGEN — Bun root, radio to appreciate.
291-1101.
Dinner hours only. Apply In
MACHINIST — We
seat-belts roof-rack. $976. Call
O'DAY SPRITE — -icellent condlUon. person only between 11 a.m to 1:30 FIRSTa CLASS
1M2 BUICK CONVERTIBLE - 2
permanent opening. Accuraly
741-6983
Monmoutb Marina, 46 West BL, Mon- p.m. or after 4 p.m. Colony Restaurant have
Eleotra. Power brake!, power steering,
and reliability are essentlaj. Work Is
Ridge ltd. and Ave. of Two Rivers, varied
power windows, radio, heater, Low PONTIAC — 1952 CataMna convertible, mouth Beach. 222-3492.
and Interesting. Top wages. HosRumson.
mileage. In excellent condition. Must excellent condition all power, low mllf CARRY CRAFT
pitaJlzat;on. Vacation. Call 201-0500 for
BAVJ
•ell In one week. Moving. Call 741-834] age. Sacrifice. 787-4237.
QUALIFIED
PUBLIC
HEAUfH ntervlBW.
Boat Tralteri
anytime.
1961 CHEVROLET — Forward control 156 W. Front St., 261-0430 Keyport NURSE — For staff position in small
Health
Nursing
itatlcn wagon Sacrifice. McCARth) SHIP-TO-SHORE RADIO — Bendlx, 35 voluntary Public
Agency. Qualified, supervision provided.
Chevrolet. 291-1101.
COLLEGE MEN
watt, with antenna, and ready for In- Call
AUTOS FOR SALE
after
5
p.m.
8I2-10M.
1958 CHEVROLET — Two-door sedan, stallation. Call 747-9770 before 6 p.m.
NURSIiS AIDES — 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ilx cylinder, standard shift. $205. Call and 741-3895 after 6.
and 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Five-day week.
SUMMER
r87-N31.
WAiNTED — Used Instrument panel. Paid holidays. Apply In person Brook'
1961 DODGE — Six-cylinder automatic Also beat exchanger. Must be In good dale Nursing Home. Hwy 35, Hazlet
Good condition, good tfcres. S325. Easo condition. Call 787-0035 after 5 p.m.
EMPLOYMENT
A YOUNd LADY WANTED-For light
station, Campbell* Junction.
WВ» a m arrange to ra-flnance your
MARINE SUPPLIES
clertcai work. Working knowledge of
p r o m t car and lower your monthly
965 THUNDERBIRD — Factory alr- Everything for the Boatman. New Jer- sewing dealrabia. Pleasant working con- Bell Ice cream on only the best sea
sey's
largest
marine
supply
house.
shore routes. High earnings, pleasant
payments.
condltloned. dark blue, two monthi old.
ditions. Five-day week. Many company work.
Evlnrude Bales and Service
START AT ONCE. Must be at
Military officer leaving country. Will
benefits. Apply The Singer Co., Moir least 18
and safe driver.
THE BOATMAN'S SHOP
tell for $4,000. 842-3010, before !:30.
mouth
Shopping
Center,
Eatontown.
24 Wharf Ave.
741-5780
Red Bank
FOR FAST CREDIT OK CALL
ask tor Bill.
(Open Sundays and holidays, 9
BOOKKEEPER - RECEPTIONIST — - Apply noon to five dally and Sun.
1963 BUICK SPECIAL — Four-dool ;o 1 p.m.)
Must have knowledge of double-entry S31 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant. Ask
Sharp. McCARthy Chevrolet
system and payrolls. Write "A.L.." Box
CABIN CRUISER — 11,100. 21', 511. Red Bank. State qualifications and for Mr, Murphy at rear bldg.
291-1101.
60 h.p., Chris Craft inboaTd (BOSCO).
DEPENDABLE MAN — Who knows or
TRIUMPH — H59. TR-3A, yellow, Head, two bunks, navy top, in water salary desired.
wan.a to learn kitchen operation,
black lop and tonneau, line condition, at Coast Yacht Works. 146 Bodman SI_P COVER OPERATOR — Experi- needed, All year Job. Good pay. 5 p.m,
CREDIT MANAGER
shop manual. One owner. 563-M23.
PL, Red Bank. Call 741-4338
enced, excellent pay. All benefits. Ap- to 2 a.m., six night. Apply Wedneada;1
Thursday morning between 9 and I
AWAITING YOUR CALL
1958 FORD — Hardtop, good runnln 15' FREE LAND — All meUU boat ply The Interior Shop, 81 White Road, or m.
Hi Btir-ws-bury Ave., Red Bank,
condition. *2(5. Call
with flotation. In excellent condlUon. *NreWBbury. 747-2306.
291-3883.
Must sell, S05. 264-4009.
MACHINIST
— Flint or eeconrt cli
HAIRDRESSER
CARS and TRUCKS
steady,
year round work. Maintenance
CORVJIIR MONZA — 1B63, A-l Condi 8' PRAM ROWBOAT — »25.
Experienced, five-day week. Closed and tool room.' Pay according to exlion,
many
extraj,
J1.350,.
or
BES1
Mondays.
Vlnraar
Hair
Stylist.
Little
at DISCOUNT PRICES
perience. 7.7-3084.
Call
OFFER, 222-02*6.
741-7425 Silver, N.J. 741-7789.
TIME SALES — Average J2.50
CERTIFIED BLUE JAY No. 3200. With QENE-RAE HOUSBWORKER—To sleep PART
per hour minimum commission as FullLOW WEEKLY PAYMENTS
trailer.
Fully
equipped.
Top-notch
conIn. Pleasant home one In family. Call er Brush salesman. No Inventory.
TRUCKS FOR SALE
dition. All stainless steel track and
747-4730
•64 Volkswagen
fll-SO
Fuller
salesmen
and product- courteous.
1961 VOLKSWAGEN VAN - Complel fittings. Flberglas. 747-0924.
Radio and htattr
WOMEN — For rewarding and Interest- ly received by most aU housewivei
with built-in racks. Good for plumbei 14' RUNABOUT — Good condition, ing position. Make your own hours. Car today. Call 7«-_76O for Initial appoint
•42 Caddy
HMO
ir electrician service. Good shape, cr water ski equipment, and cushion lift neceisary. Call 892-516} collect.
ment.
4-door Hardtop, Air
'41-0611.
preservers, (215, 234-1086, alter 6.
GIRL — Four days a week. 8 a.m.
MANAGER TRAINEE
•41 PONTIAC
I13B
196t CHEVROLET — H-ton plck-UL 1962 3 h.p. — JOHNSON OUTBOARD, to 5 p.m. Must havs good knowledge
FRONT END
Six-cylinder, J1495. McCARUiy Chevro- motor, very good condition, (80. 747- of typing and shorthand. Call 2S4-4W4.
Bonnevllli. Convtrtlbls
No
experience
necesiary, will train perlet.
291-1101.
•61-Chevy
M.1J
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER—SYom son with appltude for figures and reBel Air, Radio, Heoltr Automatic
1851 DODGE TRUCK — Rack body, 35' CABIN BOAT — No motor, In ex- Red Bank area. Mondays. Wednesdays, port making, able to handle personnel.
Good condition. $150. Call
'41 Ford
S5.9O
cellent condition, already- In water. and weekends. 741-SH2.
APPLY TO MR. PA3QUALE
Call 842-2029. after t.
Convertible
REGISTERED NURSE — Two nights
TWO GUYS
1963
FORD PICK-UP TRUCK — 1964 18' JOHNSON SEAHORSE MOTOR a week. 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Call BrookRT. 35 & TWIN BROOKS RD.
Like new.
dale Nursing Home. 2S4-6800.
Call
UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAT
MIDDLETOWN, N. J.
787-1825.
842-1703.
WOMEN WANTED — Experienced In
WITH NO MONEY DOWN
191B INTERNATIONAL — Half tor 14' RUNABOUT —v Ready for water. factory work. Apply In person, Ralph ONE FULL-TIME — One part-lime.
pick-tip. Enilne and body In good con- EHOO. Evenings.
Frle41ajd * Bros.. Locust St., Keyport. We will train jou to sell direct to
2 LOANS NO PROBLEM
home owner on route basin. Average
842-2538.
dltioa Call 787-7195.
WOMEN FOR WIRING AND BO_DER take home commission $110 for 40
25'
ZOBEL
SEA
FOX
—
Like
new;
Ufa
— of electronic p a n s and smaU hours. One opening at present. Must
SPECIAL FINANCING
185
h.p.
Shelter
cabin.
V
bunks,
hesd,
parti
sssembiy.
Exparlencs
preferred.
have car and be bonded. Be at emMOTORCYCLES
FOR SERVICEMEN
e x t r u . (3750. Call 747-9120.
Apply Koagiand Iostrument Co., 65 ployment office Thursday 10 a.m. Ask
Chestnut St., Red Bank, between 2 for Mr. Ruperto or call alter 7 p.m.
INDIAN ROYAL INFIELD — 1857, WO „
PENNANT CUA6S SLOOP and and
4
p.m.
only.
In
parson.
Do
not
at manager's home 257-7824 for Initial
:c. Excellent condition. Call
trader. Ready to launch. $375. 8t2- phone.
LOURON'S
M
Interview.
671-3398.
2259.
CLEANER
OR
KITCHEN
HELPER
—
DART RACING CART — Excellent con. 16' SKIFF, Irtboard alreooted engine. Information, 10 a.m. tt>' 2 p.m. River- EXPERIENCED automobile salesman
dltlon, slicks. 3H n.p. В«nilnВ«. 183. Call Oood condition. Call after 7 p.'m. 776- crest Nursing Home, 31 Chapln Ave., for local Pont lac agency to sell both
new and used cars. Apply only If
291-1393.
^ ^
7119.
Red Bank.
you are willing and able to put In the
Hwy. 35
Neptune, N. J .
1962 18 H.P. EVINRUDE OUTBOARD HAND SEWING AND PRESSING — time and effort that a well paying
automobile
sales job requires. Ask for
(cor. Springwaod Ave.)
MOTOR
—
Like
new.
Call
AUTOS FOR SALE
Drapery workroom. Apply: The Interior Ben Rassas at Rassas Bros. Pontiac,
787-1992.
Shop. 81 White Rd., Shrewsbury.
395 Brna.il St., Red Bank. Phone 741-5180
17' FLYING FINN — 35 h.p. Evlnrude WOMAN FOR THURSDAYS — Up
motor, navy top, all accessaries, good atnirs cleaning and light cooking for BAiRTENDER WANTED — Call becondlUon, reasonable. 284-3384.
twD adulu. Navesink River Rd., Red tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 872-1.SO.
SANDY HOOK BAY MARINA.
Banlt, phons 291-0952.
BOOKKEEPER — Immediate position BROKER WANTS — Full time working
STORAGE AND SERVICE
for full charge bookkeeper. Including partner In well established real estate
office In Holmdel. Thorough knowledge
PRIVATE BOATS CLEANED — By financial statements. Car necessary. of
real estate necessary, write "C.E.'
ВЈ75 and up depending on backthe day or week. Reference. Call 774- Salary
ground experience. DAVENPORT Par- Box 511, Red Bank.
8525. between 5:30 and 7 p.m.
sonnel Services, Inc., 77 Broad SL, Red
Bank. H7-3363.
ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATES, INC
lnmi81P
NEED CASH?
776-7700
A UTORAMM
HIS
DREAM
COME
TRUE...
Mom ordered that OK Used Car dad wanted
for Father's Day. If you're looking for the
perfect gift, don't forget to take advantage
of the
FANTASTIC
REMODELING SALE
NOW GOING ON
AT CIRCLE CHEVROLET C O . !
Yet . . .Deals Like Never Before
SURPRISEDAD
ON HIS DAY.
FOLLOW YOUR FRIENDS TO THE
"NEW"
CIRCLE Chevrolet Co.
325 MAPLE AVE.
741-3130
RED BANK
IUSINESS NOTICES
WE'LL PICK UP
WOMEN WANTED
Ready-to-Wear Department Manager.
Full-time. Saleswomen, lull or parttime. Cashiers, full or part-time. Paid
vacations, group Insurance, Blue Cross.
LERNER SHOPS, MonmouUi Shopping
Center, Eatontown. 542-3570. Mlas. Diamond.
TEENAGER — BABYSIT — Hon.,
Wed., Frt., 10-4 through aiimmer, Little
Silver area. Call 741-7523, after 7.
AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY
FOR EIGHT WOMEN — For ertenslvj
training in Hollywood make-up tech
nlques. For eventual beauty consultan
work with Vivian Woodard Cosmetics.
Can 261-1507. after 5:30.
ASSEMBLERS — Small components,
experienced and Inexperienced. Many
employee benefits. Excellent working
conditions. Rowan Controller Co., 2fl
Bridge Ave., Red Bank.
CLEANING WOMAN — Monday and
Friday, experienced, references, own
transportation, Mlddletown. 671-1421.
MATURE WOMAN — Care of one
child. FIVE DAYS A WEEK, your
home or mine. References. 222-G387.
DICTAPHONE TYPIST — Experienced.
Accuracy, speed necessary. Phone Mrs.
King, Children's Psychiatric Center.
542-2(93.
STUDENTS — Housewives, Union
Beach to Long Branch, spars time
work. Will train. 222-H5 or 7S7-773S
your d&magpil window acreeni, fix
them and deliver them back to you.
Can't beat that for icrvlce. Call
HELP WANTED-MALE
PROTECT YOUR ASPHALT INVESTMENT. Seal your driveway or parking
areas now. Guaranteed protection from
destruction by (as, oil and other harmful materials. Call today (or a tree
esllma'e. 141-3227.
TOP SOIL
BULLDOZING
CUBAN CELLARS. YARDS, OARAOC3
— Hare truck. Ugbt haullni. Call after
S p.m. 741-D_L
FIREPLACES A SPECIALITY — All
types ol masonry. CHARLES BOWXR,
Contractor. Call 747-44J&
INBTALL WINDOW AIR CONDITION
ER8 — Call after 3 p.m.
741-II4H
LAWNS CUT
REASONABLE RATES
741-7931
ATTICS, CELLARS CLEANED — Light
hauling Free estimates. Call after 5
p.m.. all day Saturday, Sunday. 747-3002
OR0W1N0 PAINSt Call Ever Oreen
Landscaping. All phases of landscaping
including maintenance. Weekly, monthly or season. F. IntermasolL 787-O81S
or 787-3240
PROWN'S
S2 BroВ»<l St.
Red Bank
741-7500
FUHNITURE REFINIBHUJO - Canlnel
work, antiques reilored. Call 78777B1.
EXTERIOR PAINTINO — Will paint
any average ranch of Cape Cn'l house".
(135. You supply paint. 747-9411.
ALTERATIONS — ADDITIONS
Roofinj. New rmmes.
RALPH A. COLE, Bulldir, 741-3305.
EMPLOYMENT
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
INSPECTOR8-No experience necessary.
Apply In person only. Seal! Eastern. T
Peach St., New Shrewsbury.
AVON BELLB IT BBLF - Full or
part time. Territories open for women
who are Interested in having a good
steady Income. Experience unnecessary.
Call 741-4:4} or write Mil Margaret
Gulotla* Box 100. P.ed Bank.
SECRETAHY — Law office, Red Bank
area, (alary commensurau with ability. Phone 222-7700,
OPERATORS
SEWING} MACHINE OPERATORS —
Worl. on coats. Bhore Coat Company.
Incorporated. 22 Bridge Avenue, Red
Bank {Elmer Building).
DENTAL ASSISTANT - In Middletown area Will Irilo. Writ* "CT."
Box t i l , Red Sank.
BULLDOZER — Motor grader rubber
tired soraper trainees, Ses our adv.
under Instructions entitled "Earn 1170
week."
^^
BAFtTENDER—Full time, for cocktal
lounge ysar.rouna work, experience
necessary. Writ* "B.L.," Box BU, Red
Bank.
MAN WANTED -*- 25 years or older.
Work as floor w s В» r , window clesner
and rug •liampooer. Will teach If will.
Ins to "earn. Call 86H-MHEXPERIENCED DRIVER LOADER
WANTED — For local moving work.
Permanent position for right man Reply to Box !2S. Eatontown. or call M2O28В» for В»ppolntmВ»nL
AUTO BAILSMEN - Opportunity unlimited New and Used Cars. Detltr
handling ons ol the Big Thrlt In long
Branch area, needs career •sJesraan.
Permanent position witn opportunity lor
real future for the man "!••>'• >>»•
lermlned to make the •utomobllf In.
dustry s career. Past selling experience
desirable. Call Mr. Palermo at M2-UI7
for appointment.
ARCHITECTURAL
SPEC WRITER
To prepare specifications for low-rise
industrial. laboratory, office and process buildings. Work with registered
architects. Mlnumum three y e a n experience desired. Good salary and over
time and benefits. Ample parking.
_LCJ5 zHPLorvxtn
na
iftry-order * a.В»Uc_j.t our
SCREEN PORCH
ENCLOSURE PANELS
At i f_opplDВ« c e n t " r o w ft
jiaa WDMJL j ' * * www- * В» * y / "
*• f j
Call uf t * the pfeoae. Orotr
w
tftli*В«7. You
Oui Ll ui<JВ«t
oofnw
t В« USO
VaaX. Get Ui6 hlMH aim c*U
В«0
Wood frame, iltunlnuzn wlrtyl. You
m d lav*. Bring la Altfitm. ot
r/W OR WOliM.W - To htlp in •tail
PROWN'S
tbt irea you want La encUitt &r._ let
itcbea weekends. Run_at|a vicinity
Ttl-TWO
ui provide figuieg tor retuly-buLlt 32 Broiul Bt.
Bed 8snH
;rred. C*U1 842-2131.
,.
•creea paneU. .
' ' .-•
MOVINO TO i_>ARTMBirr - _
ALS6MAN OR SALESWOMAN - For
twoВ«cUonal
red
sofВ»,
green
<В«*
RED
BANK
LUMBER
tlgh Income career with unlimited op*
bed. dresslrig l«««». " »
artunltleiVCall Walker & Walker ReaJ. Comer Pearl and Wall St.., Red Bank HoUywood
tablea lamps chairs, mВ«s, cВ«(eВ« serors, 671-1111. Mr. Miller.
741-5500
S S r c i S S S . eolarger nun/ houseThe Low Overhead Lumber Tfard hold Items. Call SВ«-lВ«6 liter COT
or Sa-turday m d BundtyilTUATIONS WANTED • Female
' Graduation Bpecla]
Antique gold ring. fS-ilO, 268 Rt. 35.
EELtntowo,
nВ«xt
to
Canlae
Chateau.
IISH SCHOOL JUNIOR — Wlshss
labysitlng Job for summer. Red Bank- GLRL'S COLOMBIA BIKE - J15
>lttle Silver ares. Phone after 5, 7(7Call
15.
711-3210.
1ATURE WOMAN — Excellent refer- KITCHEN CHAIRS RECOVERED—And
OF ASBURY PARK
nces, full lime, experienced with sick dinette sets at towesl prices. Monmoutl]
nd handicapped. Governess or conl- 31cette Co.. 116 Uonmmth St.. Red THE LARGEST OROAN AND PIANO
inlon. etc. 222-3885.
DISPLAY
IN THE 8HOKE ABBA.
Bank. 711-6833.
ABYSITTING — In my home by the
.NEW AND USED
y or week Call weekdays, between
Wood
and 4. 741-86*6.
Use our rental-purchass plan
Slat Window Shades
for pianos and orgtns.
'UTOR — College senior will tutor White, natural or gold spatter. Regular
^enlngs In Math or English. Call custom price 36"—Natural I10.S2—OUT
1-5546.
silo price $3.98. White custom price
From $12 per Month
I10.T4—our sale price U.K. Gold spat/OMAN WANTS IRONINO to no at ter custom prico (13.43—our prlci $3.98.
dally til 9 p.m. s a t til 8 p-m.
ome. Call 747-9963 alter
There li no charge lor special fit. Quite open
kept r.d bsauljr. fully P"в„ў."* В» В» J
5:30 p.m.
a sale!
Corner ol Main 8L 4 Mat-son Avs,
HAMMOND
ORGAN
PROWN'S
SITUATIONS WANTED • Male
PR 5-9300
32 Broad St.
Bed Bank:
741-7500
115 up. FILES. ta-Dies chair,
IARTENDER — Cocktail loungs ei- DESKS
machines, typewriters, office
e. Still en
employed,
"ience.
'
" available June adding
equipment, etc., at bargain prices, new
Full• time.
•
71
787-3467.
or used. AAC DUSK OUTLET. Rte.
iONTCLAlft PAINTING AND Decorat- 35, Oathuraty E3H990.
ig. Interior and exterior. Specializing
n paper hanging. 187-2321. Formerly
rom Montclalr.
Portable day. ween. BASSHORE TV
36 Church St.. Keanaburg. 787-4400.
i_:iВ»_<WiilTERS, ADDING machine*
FINANCIAL
Ml makes new or used. Quajranteed.
ad (25. S&rplco's. 101 - MonmouU)
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Low
BL Neit to theater. 7i7-MB..
RENT A TV
FOR LEASE
STATION FOR LEASE
,nk.
30MPLBTE BEAUTY SALON for sale.
hree-operator shop on busy downtown
treet. Equipment In excellent condlon. Air conditioned. Low rent. SacrlIce at J15O0. Call collect (609)-393-2369.
-0OKING FOR — A profitable bar or
lackage store? Call us, we have severa
sale.
3R0WN & OVERTON AGENCY
Borrow any amount for
whatever purpose you desire
IF YOU O W N PROPERTY
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
UP TO 15 YEARS TO REPAY
you wliti., pur representative will
call st your home,-- CALL COLLECT. MR. SILVER
ME 4-*
PILGRIM MORTGAGE
SERVICE
RED BANK LUMBER
TRY 3 A N D SEE
the advantages of aluminum storm and Comer Pearl and Wsll
screen combination windows. 3 for
$34.99 INSTALLED. Quite a b&rgalol
(More Classified
Keel Bank
Red B i n t
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PROWN'S
HI-
HELP WANTED-MALE
WANTED-MALE
MORTGAGES
HOME OWNERS ONLY
INSTALLATION?
TWO SEWER PUMPS — with tank.
UNPAINTED FURNITURE
One brand new, the other one-year-old.
Both with tank. J250, or test offer. 25% OFF CASH CARRY DISCOUNT
812-3567 from 12 to i p.m.
The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
E.A.I.
FIRST AND dECONU MORTGAG!
AVAILABLE - Edwin 8. Stark, Real
I i t a t e it Mortfage Coniultant. 26.-0333
CASH
RED BANK LUMBER
Corner Pearl and Wall, Red Baalt
Ml-5500
, . .
The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
FISH TANKS (9). 514 gallons each.
Like new pun
Ljke
pump; used one month. Oall
after S. 7S7-7
CUSTOM WHITE FENDER — J e n
Basa with case, excellent condition.
SIM. Call 842-215S.
FIVE-PIECE REYNOLDS aluminum
dinette set, $25. Two single beds, В»10
each. One boudoir chair, # . Call T417808 after 5:30.
We can Install a traverse or curtain t o !
in any kind of wall, steel, concrete. Our
Installers have the "know how" and the
Hello, Virginia Boyd
latest Installation tools. Complete Kinch
Our lamp shads buyer for a great drapery rod department.
man; years with the finest taste In
lamps and lamp shades. We have man;
PROWN'S
specials right now. Why pay decorator
32 Broad St.
Red Bank
TВ«-7500
prlccsr
CUSTOM WHITE FENDER — Strata
PROWN'S
caster, good condition. Must sell, flSO.
32 Broai Bt.
Red Bank
1U-7B00 Call 71W815.
TREMENDOUS BAVINOS — On all MAN'S AND WOMAN'S BIKE — Engtype doors and windows. Oall NO-OOBO. lish, two months old- Used less thsn 10
times. (2i a piece. Moving. 7tl-В«aM.
After o p.m 281-1676
LESTER SPINET PIANO — Full board. LARGE OE ELECTRIC FAN — LtrW
Good condition. 3300. Call 6712158 alter self-de!rostlng Frlgldalre. call
7(7.9024
6 p.m.
Realtors
White St.
Red Bank
7U-2525
rULF MODERN TVWKBAY SERVICE
ITATION — For lease. Paid training 32 Broid St
;nd iomВ« financial help. 9 to 5 weekIsya, HE 6-6366.
HELP
tights, weekends. 281-1)439.
For all your needs
MAHOGANY BOARDS
In'(4" thickness and W thickness, In
stock in our basement (or lmmedlits
pick up.
BASKETBALL
A handiome painted backboard with &
Modern, two-bay service station. *_Ex- sturdy rim and net, only 115,95. Regu
:ellent opportunity in rapidly growing iation.
irea of Hazlet. •• Paid training proram, ••• Retirement plan ***• Paid
RED BANK LUMBER
itilltlei. • • • ' Call 8:30 - five MArket 3The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
121, or after five call, 721-0315.
Corner Pearl and Wall
Red Bank
1HOCERY DELICATESSEN — Fu'ly CAR TOP'CURRIER — Zlppered, exquipped, Four,,room apartment in rear. cellent condition, 120. 21" console Mag;a3ollne pumps In front, On corner navox TV 3 years old, excellent condiiroperty in growing area of Howell tion, J60 642-2353.
'ownahlp Honey maker. Owner, 038SIX-PIECE — Caitro living room set.
807. Best offer,
Very reasonable. Call
2CM323
lOTElu17 unlU on new super hlghay, operating under absentee manageCU. FT. REFRIGERATOR,
lent. Immediate sale, (18,000 down, U'raezer,
like
new,
$125. Call
wner 5*2-1700.
291.0589
listing business available. Minimum
.vestment for stock and equipment,
'nil consignment oВЈ gaBouti_F,inire8 and
atterlei. Call weekdays, OR 5-0MB.
Ivenlngs CH 8-O962.
TWFNTY-FIVE YEARS—In Meat and
Grocery business. Beady to retire. $30,00 worth of stock and fixtures. Best
[for. Write "B.K.," Box 511, Rea Bank.
J A U N D K O M A T — service, drop-off,
•Ickup and delivery. Five days, good
olume. Write "C. G." Box 511, Red
F I V E - P I E C E mahogany bedroom set;
maple bunk-beds; baby accejiorlss;
odds and endВ». 671-0428.
MAHOGANY- BED FRAME - LВ«rgВ«
[our-Doste-r. Need room, must sell. Reasonable. Call 2&MOT1.
TORO WHIRLWIND lawn inower, 21 i
used half season, etlll under guarantee,
>76. New \U1. 7)1-0821 after 7
l
JOIN US IN THE START
OF A BETTER CAREER!
EAI PRODUCTS ARE IN GREAT DEMAND
YOU C A N HELP US CONTINUE TO G R O W
AND PRODUCE THE NEWEST, MOST ADVANCEDDIGITAL, ANALOG A N D HYBRID COMPUTERS.
. . . You Will Develop Your Skills
working with top caliber people Interested In helping you make ttn molt
of your |ob.
. . . You Con Earn The Kind ol Salary You Wont
Liberal fringe benefits, paid holidays ond vacations.
, . . . ,..,,,.
. . . You Will Work In Cleon,
Spoclous, modern surroundings with top equipment.
PRODUCTION OPERATORS
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
EXPERIENCE
FINISHERS - INSPECTORS
Perform diversified inspection of various lypu of
finishes, Including plating, pointing an/f lettering.
SHEET METAL WORKERS
INSURANCE
NATIONWIDE....I67.T0
STATE FARM,...W9.80
ALLAIRE—FARROW..,$55._O
montlii rates for 190-300-10 compreicmlve and 50 deductible colllilon unli
ured motorist and towing.
ALLAIRE—FARROW AGENCY
Call Mr. MacConnell
741-3*50
.69 Broad St.
Red Bant.
Mus read and work from prints, know bend allowances.
1ST or 2ND SHIFT
If you are employed elsewhere we will conilder you
under flexible shift arrangementi.
KEY PUNCH OPERATOR
MINIMUM ONE YEAR
MILLING MACHINE OPERATOR
MUST HAVE
EXPERIENCE
LATHE OPERATORS
INSTRUCTION
TUTOR — Experienced college teacher
Is now preparing* lummer schedule and
isat openings for a few more Indlvldiai student!. Mornings only. Will hanjlc grade levels Junior High School
lirouKh college. Call 711-2902.
Fitf-orlng. your home, mine. Teacher,
A.A. All elementary subjects. Proft
:lent new math. Mrs. Kraut. 741-6.3*
3ARN fl70 A WEEK AND UP — I
ou are 18 or ovor.you may qualify
or Immediate field training aВ» heavy
nulpment operator or mechanrlc in
ilphway and construction, one of Amerca's fastest growing Industrie!, No previous experlenct or special education
ieedВ«d. You'll lea-rn on bulldozerB.
iranes, motor graders, lelfpropelled
icrapere and other man-sired equipnent now used by Industry. Complete
flO-hour coursft. National, original
ichool of heavy equipment 1B not a correspondence schDoL It'fl government ap.
proved and budget terms arc available.
Free Job placement service upon graduation, Get full details now on high pay
and Job security. Send name, addreis,
;e, phone number, hours home, to
_.J,," Box 511, Red Bank.
'
EXPERIENCE'
MUST HAVE
EXPERIENCE
ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS
MUST HAVE DIGITAL
EXPERIENCE
FIELD ENGINEER TRAINEE
RELOCATE TO CHOICE AREAS.
Should be experienced In 440 volt, 3 phase, industrial electrical tysffms.
TECHNICAL WRITER
STRONG COMPUTOR BACKGROUND
WORK DIRECTLY FROM SCHEMATICS
Knowledge ot publication techniques.
OUR PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT WILL BE
GLAD TO MEET WITH YOU.
SEE MR. P. ARGRYIS or CALL 229-11(0
It you ore unable to come In during the day, evening mi
Inttrvlcwi can be arranoed.
Saturday
ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATES, INC.
185 MONMOUTH PARK HWY.
WEST LONG BRANCH, N. J.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Call Or Submit Resume To:
Personnel Dept., 8*2-7040
ENGINEERS, INC.
CONSULTING ENGINEERS
20 M t Pleasant Ave.
Newark, N. J.
For local appointment,
Call 74MS58, after 7 p.m.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE BUPBRVWOR(90. l.B.M. Tab experience; payablei
and disbursements: local corporation.
Mall resume to "A.N.", Bos 511, Red
Bank. N.J.
ORIDD-E MAN — PERKINS PANCAKE House. Hwy. 35. Mlddletown.
Experience required, 671-1145.
EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS — Am
helper*. Steady work, new construction.
Call 671-5946.
TWO MACHINE OPERATOR ME
CHANICS — Immediate opening. Apply
Wfdneadny. Thursday and Frldny between 9-12. THOMPSON INDUSTRIES
INC., Park Rd., Mid Monmouth Indm
trial Park, Ea-tontown.
CUTTERS
steady, permanent poiitions with rellabk
firm. Excellent earning*. Experienced
on children's or ladles' coati. Long
Branch Manufacturing Co,, ChlMrem
Coatn. 29 Third Ave., Long Branch,
223-SS.5.
GARDENER — HANDYMAN - Fo
all-around work. nmill farm estate,
part-time, near Marlboro Hospital,
Plione 9ifMI05.
SURVEYORS WANTED — Experienw
as chief of survey party Indispensable.
Call 741-0111.
MAINTENANCE MAiN — Experienced
with general factory machinery. Apply
Martin Riibber Co., Low Branch Ave.
Long Branch.
HELP WANTED-Male - Female
REAL ESTATE FUTURE — S&lei person to Join eitibllihed uency. Experience not neces&ry. PAUL P. BOVA
INC.. 871-2541
DESK CLERK — Experienced pre
ferred, but not necessary. Apply In
person, SHORE HILL MOTEL. Ocean
Ave., Sea Bright.
HAIRDRESSERImmediate opening, (with Manager •
WAITERS WANTED
Optralor license), some following;. Salary open, Come in or phone 26.-1(64.
EXPERIENCED ONLY
aood pay, steady work In one of the Keyport. Clwied Mondays.
finest restaurant! In County. A.X. TEACHERS — Bummer position with
Box 511. Red Bank.
guaranteed lncoma of (1,000 for full
PRODUCTION WORKERS — Sever*! ttm«; I50O for part time. Muit havs
Uuttit or substituted at laail one year
openi
^-""••'s-.}" CERAMIC*
wo?_ ifiSllfnl
wHHff In Monmouth County. For Interview
r
CORP., Hwy. ApMtfritmtnt iВ«nd d-tills to "A.DBoa HI. RM Baok.
CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A HANDY GUIDE OF BUSINESS SERVICES T 6 SUIT YOUR MANY NEEDS I
Adding Machines— Typewriters
Entertainment
Painting and Decorating
ADDING MACHINES — Typewriters Ticket! available (or. latest Broad, L. H. HILL. — Painter Interior and
sold.- rented, repaired. Serplco's, 101 way Bhowi and lla]6r Bports BvenU. exterior. Mo Jots too large or too
176 Monmouth St., Red Bank.
MotimDuth at., Red Bank. 747-0185.
small. Very reasonable, call 228-1383.
PAPER HANGING AND PAtNTIHO
Complete renovating, Interiors and exteriors. Home and commercial and
religion! institutions. TralneJ specialists. Member of A.I.D. Serving all of
New Jersey.
DAniU 284-8H3
Home Improvements
CARL, B. JONKB — Painting and
Auto. Body Repair
HOME OWNERS—Contractor, altera- wallpap&rlnR. Fully Insured. For free
tions, additions, painting, masonry. estimate, call 7В«7-30U.
EXPERT PAINTINO and body re- Small
Jobi too. Bfrl-9714,
pair. Moderate prices. MccAHUiy
Chevrolet, Atlantic Highlands. 2S1-TO05.
Plumbing & Heating
Asphalt Paving
General Contractors
L. SMITH BUILDEHS — Patloi. alGENERAL ASPHALT PAVING INC. teratlons, additions, garages. Call 201Bl&cktop driveways and parking lots. 1785 or 7U-7330.
Call (or tree estimate 252-8:63.
Insurance
Auto. Transmission
ABILITY-SERVICE - Dependability PLUMBING — Heatlnf and bathroom
when you Insure your HOMS, AUTO, remodeling.
or other lines or Insurance through
CORRIGAN'S
AHMSTKONa AGENCY. 7В»-<W0.
U7 Oikland 8 t Red Bank 717-27M
Moving and Storage
Roofing, Siding and Insulation
IJOHT HAULUJO Furnlihlngs.
refrigerators. Fragile Items. Will Haul OLBBN CO. INC. Soollng, Bldtm _
anywhere. Call 8I2-H03
lneulatlon inrtalled and guaranteed
for 10 years. 77S-O70S, 281-lisJl)
Nursing Home
SIDING - Alsco, Dupont Tedlar and
H01.MDBL NURSINO HOME - Ac- Alcoa. Work guaranteed.
FREE TOWINO
credited for ' skilled nursing horns
PROWN'S
193 E. Newman Springs Rd..
care. Hwy. 3), Holmdel. PO-1230.
33 Broad 8tRed Bank
741-7600
Red Banlt
812-3500
Nursery Stock
Rugs Cleaned-Sbampooed
AMERICAN HOLLY — Named. I1.2B
a pot HOLMDBL NURSERIES,
FLOORS CLEANED WAXED — In
AVIS Rent a new car or truck. Low Newman Spring! Rd., Holmdel.
your home or olllce Call 20t-2(jr fir
ratea. Maple Ave., Red Bank. T47appolntmenL Work Inmred.
0308. rn-tiu. Dally T a.m.-10 p.m.
Odd Jobi
Auto and Truck Rental
Building Contractor
BUILDER — New homes, room additions, basement and attlo rooms,
kltehentA'garage, repairs and altera*
tlom Herbert EHenrauch. 7В«l-53"
MASONRY — Patios, steps, sidewalks,
HOU8B PAINTJNa, carpentry ReВ».
•onaftle Rates. 717-1582 or 9(5-0370.
_BT US BE your secretiry. Ho need
Painting and Decorating
SLATE -
BHX-R
Painting and Dacoratlnc
Pullj
Insured. 7414336. TsT^BIS.
INTERIOR AND RXTERIOR paintLet us buy tilt diamond! you don't ing. Also decorating. Our prices art
m u or let ui nstyls tmm (or you cheaper than ttaslra. CsJI Black PaintPttiofuny. Reusilllii. M Broad В«L Ing Co. lor t r В« sstlmate. 141-4(00.
Diamonds Bought or Resiyled
TeL Answering Service
Wet Watch Repair
Immediate,
einerl
attention
ij
watchei dunked In tub, pool or ocВ«tn
Dry watchu repaired, too. rUOUl'.
BILUW. M Broi4 BU, B s j BaSt.
FWISAM
TOR MIX
NOT THE HEAVIEST
a * XBT tlawlwm fuEun is В«Wts i n Joto
UOi.
В«o)r *te tuft toils mm ooljr aВ«
STnВ«M* Mini i В«U
W
APAKTMEim
COUNTRY CLUB
tt
HOUSES FOKSALE
HOUSES rat
ZATOHTOWI4 — ThTM
&**ilВ«, <aanata4 to
y t i h
В»160 Oti
OВ«W9
td Fort
JMCOKKEHDED 1 P U T -
HOUSES FOB U 1 E
KEAL U T A H WANTB
MIDDLETOWN
LOOK WHAT WE FOUND;
SXCUAHQS RZtl. BRATS1
Mil Xvt lUn
THE DAILY REGISTER
, Jв„ў* W В» 1965-25
NOTICE——
Wtwl ВҐM W t *
for
four)
,
bftlrwm rtacb, tun poreft,
wo bcthi, t f r l u rtXtm, OrtyUct, 4in
uA Bctt$
BtelOO lot an4 <*J|
OLD RHfLXWIBL'RT — Or.« JAMMJ off room, kUcEto, u.r(« j j u n w o o m .
PROWN'S
home, Tkn* bedrbonv, t% btthf, largt fUWMot, two-ot-r fВ»rВ«4fВ«, wortutop,
2 BKrl4 SI.
Red B k
••rimming to your own private wwim p i t y room, formai dicing roetii, study. outdoor p&Uo with b&itoteut, cugUi-m»y. It
TBMM notlci tfart CfeВ»i
ear garage. Wallt to school. De- twllU ttf.WO. Ex4*tiВ«Dt
1300 down
RED BANK LUMBER
TiUDK IK В»ouf old taMtm
WIUJ"K> club right on t n i i i u , . , only m l a u t n ~ " Ms
nd Atfelln* Ru««»*- ? / .
neighborhood 1310 per month.
rYB K U O XOUH BUUK
VBTB NO
ion, hU tPPli
Comer Pearl mi Wall Bta., R*<1 Bulk down payment s o l « « • new pulor away from ocean bathing, white" sanay
74.-8269.
Ou>
U
lalMptopU u v i elttnu
m
PANORAMIC VIEW! M mllN In two
or (lining room l e t al alt Prices. WL- beaches, boating, fishing and Monmouth
louncU
of -tht L v
:
.
741-5500
your lining. Tbir CMd ranchM,
dtrtction*, 4t)moat new. Tbrtc bed- Four bad room ipiit. 1U baths, patto, Cor
Uaun httt
Furnituw * Inc.,1 Hwy 35, Shopping Center . . . on* block from
Tlip Low Overhead ljumber Yard
•put l«v«U, two itoiiel; tUo tnveitnant >r * Plenary R e
gamiroom,
90x120,
stormi,
and
screeni,
tbВ«
Weft
Oat*
of
Fort
Monmouth
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&lr-condtUoned.
Mlddiuown. 741-S213. open ivsnlnn till
RENTALS
opvrty. Call us for a quick ffclt. Two
~
flana
mtny
extras
Included.
within
walking
distance
of
express
A d m m and lmm&culatt. fM.BOO.
/•M Front Str#et. lUd.BiLnk, V.J.
HAMMOND OROAN — Modtl M-S. » urn.
itflou itrvlng you.
u s e s to Newark and New York City. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — Hilltop
'• eotioni, if any, thould J>« , m » r i l
IicВ«.lВ«nt condition. WalDul. (700. llrrn
. A L L - E lee trie
kitchens
with O S hideaway. Furnished cottage, equal to
ONLY $600 DOWN
WALKk.'h В« WALKER
OAKS COLONIAL—241
llvx
A SUMMER PORCH
Ca.ll T4T-M31.
•ang*. OB refrigerator. GE AIR CON* an efficiency apartment | 8 5 monthly. room, dining room, nic« kitchen, three
Rtfcltori
of
state
owner
aayi
"sell
below
1
lirk
of uit Borougn
you have a root and 0. ctment slab, DITIONINO. Ample ott-street lighted Year's lease required.
UlddUtown Office
bedrooms, 1H baths. panВ»lВ»d game- .ppnisei value." Hurry u then will hrewibuiy Office
PINO PONG TABU! — Compute. v« can enclose it with twnlnf windows parkins areas,
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — HIU i«c11-0212
„
В«71-3311
^ m В« * ~ В» i A. RUSIM
Foldi lor itoroge. Perfect. 120. Cal ir jalousies at low prlcm. by experts,
tlon. Executive's home, perfect for room, Boreened porch. Fin* location. o fast.
A D U U N B RUBIN
,'E NE1CI) — Five or <ll, 2-3 bedroom
7В«7В«S72
t'i tlma now to get going.
:ra clous entertaining. Six bedrooms. J30.300.
S^-ROOM APARTMENTS
omes, (urnlihed or unfurnished, from
jne 9, 16
Four baths, Swimming pool. A real
BEACH
AGENCY
(ONE-BEDROOM)
BWIMMINO POOL — U l « 8 " , llmost
PROWN'S
85
to
S17S
per
month
for
Incoming
arty house.
BROKER
.1122 MONTH
new, many e i t r a i , 1190; pool table,
JOSEPH
G.
McCUE,
Realtor
trionnel. T H E BERO AOBNCT, P.L
Red Bank
741-7600
400 Rt, 35
Middletuwn, N. J.
•tandard lire, Ulu Dow, u k l n g flOO. 32 Broad S t
Mlidletown. 671-1000.
F."A. GEHLHAUS
4%-ROOM APARTMENT
671-2727
TAPPAN QAS IUNOE. Weetlnghouae
787-7337.
RUMSON - 842-0444
Real EitВ«U9
(TWO BEDROOMS)
)ally to 8 p.m. Sat. A Sun. tn 8 p.m,
WE BUY HOMES
•efrlgerator.
Relaxaclzor.
step-stoo],
The""Fori" Monmouth Exchange iaHwy. 30
Leonardo
J1W MONTH
ihh PAYMENTS APPROXIMATE AND
Irect from you with any problem •illcltlnK
:hrome
kitchen
set.
6j>eed-o-pr!nt
Dupproposaln for the operation
HERE IS WHAT WE DO
(Next to Blue A White Bus Terminal)
you have,
iUBJECT TO V.A.-F.H.A. APPROVAL.
Icator, two sets clam longs, water skis.
F R E E HEAT & HOT WATER
[ washing and drvln* machinei on
2i-Hour Telephone Service
We buy right and we sell right. You Phone 747-5357.
DON'T WAiT - CALL US NOW
indom locations s t Fort Monmouth,
get Quality Merchandise—Free Delivery
MANLEY
ASKOC.
INC.
Renting Office on Premises.
DISCRIMINATING BUYERS
. J. and mpported actlvlUei. Details
291-0488
—Charge Account! and terrillo variety 1BTATB BALJ2 — Tlfrany lamps, Clilp671-2544
871-5353
lie obtained from Mr. F U h , conemlale chairs, cut glass, cualom deIn the linei we carry. Don't waste time
TEL;
S42-9054
Sefl this classic center hall colonial In /ANTED — Medium sited house or lay
salons
BupervUor.
telephona
area
igned furniture'. Red Bank Antique
HORSE AND COUNTRY AJR LOVEItS
Call u i for your neidi.
ane of the mont aouihl after locations. 3t. Colts Neck or surrounding areas,
Evenings
—
22&-oo(3
de 201. 532-3505.. The deadline (or relenter. Booth 7, 217 W. Front Bt. DIRECTIONS; From Red Bank, Route — Two-bedroom cottage. Private t s :oxy
living
room
with
fireplace,
tour
IS to TlntoQ Ave., turn right on Tin lalo, LlncroR BtalU ivlllablo. AdulU
lust be realistically orlctd and morf giving broposals 13 0:00 O-Clocle A.M.,
[ours 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
PROWN'S
ovtiy
bedrooms,
2В«{,
bafha,
wnlk-ln
REALTOR-INSUROR
Ave., approximately 1.000 ft. tt ^nly. Hi-8001.
July 12, 1085, T h e Exchange
loeett, den, gamerrtom, full baRement, <««eabH. W. SJovall, P.O. Box 011, Red ID3T,
32 Broad St.
Red Bank '
741-7500
TRADE YOUR HOUSE IN
lountry Club Apartments and Bwtm
caervea tho right to reject a n y or all
[)atlo В«nd two-car garage. Perfect for 3ank.
m to В«175 p - r Month
trcipoaali.
_. __
PIANOS — Blve |100 o r m o m oil list This Is the month for really big savings Hub.
ihe family who wants plenty of space,
TIER BiCRO AOENCY
tune 14, 18, Ifl
tH.73
prlco on brand new clanos. Corns see, on ALUMINUM AWNINGS AND DOOR FUIttnBHED APAOTMBNT — All utili- U. 35
Mlddletown WILDERNESS - NOT QUITE Thli houie la In A-l condition and
-LEGAL
NOTICEsave.
Lifetime
warranty.
Tenzer'i 100D3. Call Mr. Dlllow to stop at your ties. Residential area, call after 6 p.m.,
convenient
to
schools.
Priced
at
$33,But, yes, rabbits, squirrels, birds and
В«7MO00
NOTICE
Muiic Btore, SOS Main Bt., Lakewood. ome Tor a free awning estimate.
ices. Don't worry, transportation ex- 150.
47-8320.
STATE
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WIDE BELiCCTION OP RENTALS - :ellent. Schooli and shopping close at
NOTICE
I1EPABTMENT O F S T A T E
and unfurnished. Immedl' .and. One acre, trees, shrubbery, Now
OLD FURNITURE — Antiques, china,
PROWN'S
PAHTMENT ON BAY — With l u - PurnlBhed
TAKE NOTICE that Viola Stolilt ai
CKBTIFICATE O F F I L I N a O F
ts occupancy.
SAMUEL TEICHKIi
[lassware, art objects and bric-a-brac, 33 Broad Bt.
Red Bank
7414600 nge
'ony M. Stoble trading a s Stoble
Coupla only. No animals. Al: AaBNCY. Oceanport Ave.. Oceanport ers. Four bedrooms, lovely cape. Fami
CONSENT B V H T O C H H 0 L D E B 3
mmedlate cash lor anything and everyly
room,
two
bathi,
work-in
kitchen,
3ar and Orlll h a s appllerl to the Mnvi..
itMtles Cal) S6M408.
TO DISSOLUTION
thing. Ruselrs. 25 East Front B t . 7*1icreencd-ln p6rch, garage and base
ind Council of the IlorouKh of Red •a i l l to w h o m Uiese p r e s e n t ! m a y
Established 1932
1693
MODERN — Four-room unfurnish,
lent. And above all, a place lor chit'
Bank for a Plenary Ketall Consumi>- ome,
MERCHANDISE WANTED
Oreetlng:
apartment. Tile kitchen and bath, heat ItAClNO BBA80N', summer, yearly and ren. Priced at 520,^00.
lon License for premlsei sltjated a t
winter
rentals.
ELLA
WILTSHIRE
WHEHEAS, It a p p e a r s t o m y satlsfacRealtors - Insurort
SHEET ROCK
80 MonmouLh St.. Red finnlt. N. J . Ion,
Open J 9 a.m. to 8:'M) p.m.
:A8H for old toy trains, trolley c a n md hot watei supplied. Call 222-3008. AOENCY, Realtors. Open seven days.
by duly a u t h e n t i c a t e d record of
Objection,. If any, sliollil be made lie proceedings for Oie voluntary dls*
d cast Iron toys made before 1940. SED BANK — Four rooms. Two bed HBO Ocean Ave., Sea Bright. 8*2-0001
4xT>H. 11.40. per sheet. Caah and
ttft after 5 p.m.
mmeulfttely In wrlllne to Jnhn Bryan. olution thereof deposited in m y ofrooms, Bpucloua walk-in closets N'ce KUM30N — Three-room, hath, unfur- WISH UPON A STARV . . . not when
Carry. 4 U 4x9, 4x10, 4x12 In stock.
Multiple
Listings
buying a home. Sound judgment nnrl
llerk of the Borough of Red Bank.
ocatlon,
$110
plus
utilities.
671-3709.
fronted
in m y office, t h a t T H E BISACT NOW! Top dollar paid lor electric
nished bungalow. Available at once to J18,В»00 will buy thlB FOUR-BKDHOOM,
'Sinned)
ERS REALTY CO. I N C . В« corporation
RED BANK LUMBER
and all pre*lP40 trains and toy catalogs.
:ouplo only, $75 morttnly on leaje. TWO-BATH RANCHER. This Invest<{ tlila Stale, whoss principal offlca Is
VIOLA STOBLE
741-6262
RENTALS
Corner P l t r l and Wall s t s . . Red Bank 774-3J1O.
OHN MINl/aH, owner, 842-0500.
ment also hfui living room, ritnlng room,
ituuted a t No. 29 R e c k l e s s P l a c e , In
TONY M. STOBLE
711-5300
he City ot Red Bank, County of MonWJH BUY — Household turnlture, rugs, 3EA BRIGHT—Charming apartment on SIX ROOM MODERN RANCH — Onekitchen, center hall, attached one-car
,ThВ» low ovsrnead lumber yard.
outh, s t a t e of New J e r s e y <Thomas
glassware, jewelry. Prompt action. Call he strip. Living room with fireplace mile from Red Bank Near all trans- garage, and YES. a basement. Only 3O0D-U>0KINQ RAl^CH, Brick and
NOTICE
900 down and approximately $169 a
Warshaw being t h e , w e n t therein
SIMPLEX 400 — Lawn mower ih&rpen- '75-1726.
ind balcony. Sunny eat-In kitchen. portation, 1160 monthly. 747-W11.
.
Take notice that John J.. P e t e r E . .
montft will move you In. (Subject to IrftJne, living room, dining room, kltchid in charge thereof, upon w h o m
• r , LOGAN lathe, power hack-eaw, ro,argo bedroom with tile h a m . Thli
LADIES — Golf oluba, or let, small ;a a Bummer rental or longer.
MIDDLETOWN — Meal for young uaiiflcatlon.) Let us ihow you how»n with dlahwnsher, c)(>n, three bed' .nd H a r r y Genovese t > Holmdel LI- ircceas m a y b e served*, h a j comtary Hade grinder. Call 284-3305.
trunk, good condition, reasonable. Call ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — Yearly ren- executive, three large bedrooms one Bay it can be to make a wise lelec- •ooms, t w o baihs, flft-jiton* lerr&ce, uor Store h a i applied to th« Mayor lied with the r e q u i r e m e n t s of Title
Ind Council of the Township of Holm- I. Corporations, General, of t h a R e WALLPAPER your room ror 119.70, 942-2104.
)ne a c r e , shade treoa. $27,900.
;al. One-bedroom apartment. All king air-condltloned. Dining room, larally
lei for a Plenary Retail Distribution
labor and material* complete. Price
aed Statutes, preliminary to t h e lssulandscaped.
eize rooms. $85. Free heat. Handy to room, Exceptionally
covere h ilnrla roll! wallpaper and
MALL
lUVERFTtONT
C O L O N U L J c e n s e D-l for premises situated a t is of this Certificate t h a t such conSchools, shopping close. Appliances, ^STERLING THOMPSON
shopping.
Boro
bus
stops
at
door.
paper b a n g e r i labor. Larger rtwme
me acre, privacy a n d lovely grounds, :MВ» Highway 35, Holmdel Townehlp, mt has hern filed
291-1750, after five.
SWAP
OR
EXCHANGE
LEONARDO
—
Newly
decorated
two
AND
ASSOCIATES,
REALTORS
- allgntly hlgtiter. KLARIN'B, 29 lionNOW T H E R E F O R E . I, the S e c r e t a r y
•lew,
t
h
r
e
e
bedrooms,
Ufc
baths,
tlrehed room apartment. $00 plus utflltlei.
MIDDLETOWN, N. J2O1-747-5600
mouth S t , Red Bank, 747-3833.
OOUNTHY HOMES
>iace, porch, hot water heat, J39.500.
Objections, If a n y . should he made I Slate of tho State of New Jersey,
1950 STATION WAGON — Naal) Ramo- .dulta preferred.
Seashore Homes
mmedlately In wrltlnВ« to Daniel S. io Hereby Certify that t h e said corr Classic. Trade for boat, motor,
LITTLE
SILVER
BUY
Five
rooms,
one
bath.
YOU ARE RIGHT
fltlMSOK OLDER COLONIAL. Com- Ely, Cleric of the Township of Holm- firntlon did, on the 4th d a y of June,
•aller. Call 220-OM1.
F. A. GEHLHAUS
Seven rooma, two baths.
mx file in m y office a rluly executed
Ranch
on 150x150 lot. Beautifully tortiible. charmliiR, newly dpcornted. lei, N. J .
We do have the lowest price on paint.
J10O per inunUi and up.
nd attested consent In writing to the
landscaped. Living room with fireplace, :arpetwl and curtnined. Bpolicss. About
Ucai Estate
Call today for Cook A Dunn's Rainbow
lasolutlon of snid corporation, e*ecuBy the year only.
dining room, kitchen. Tlirre lied room?
•ie were. Convpnlptit. Four t»e<lroomn,
Hwy.
36
Leonardo
i JOHN J., P E T E R E . .
PETS AND LIVESTOCK
Latex P.V.A. Paint, J2.&8 gal. white.
jd
by more than two-thirds In Interest
146-8560
or
462-25R0
two
hatha,
lovely
rten.
Utility
room
ani.
vo
drpfislng
roomn,
m
a
i
d
'
s
room,
S'i
[Next to Blue * White Bus Terminal)
•nil HARRY OENOVESE
Choice of 1,000 colors, (3.88 gal, We'll
if
t h e stockholders thereof, which said
24-Hour Telephone Service
MM Highway 35.
BUNGALOW — Furnished three roomi 2'i car garage. Contains electric ranee, nths. AH ichooli a r e a , must tie seen
deliver. Call us.
crtlflcate a n d Uie record of the proHolmdel Township, N . J .
bath. AduJts, no pets. $85 monthly. 276 dishwasher, combination storm win sW&,50O.
WATCH DOG
ceedings
aforesaid a r e now on file In
Jowa, wall-to-wall carpeting and patio
291-0488
une 9, U
59,20 my said office a s provided by law.
Mechanic St., Red Bank. 7tl-127<.
PROWN'S
erman Shepherd, beautiful, white. 11
Asking $ 3 * , m
IN TESTIMONY W H E R E O F . I
NOTICE
ionth,
male,
all
shots,
housebroken.
R
E
D
BANK
—
Nswly
decorated
unfurS3 Broad Bt.
Red Bank
741-7500
JOSEPH G. McCUE, Realtor
FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT — Unfur'elghs 105 1M. Excellent animal tor
Located at o5A Prospect Ave. nished four-bedroom home. Fireplace in AYERS-TRUFOLO AGENCY
HOVJHQ SOUTH — Excellent condl home protection. Very gentle with* older nlehed.
HIIEBRIFF'H SAM!
h a v e h e r e t o s e t m y hand and
RUMSON 842-0444
Bank. Heat and hot water supplied. living room. New kitchen and bath. .6 Church St.
Little Silver
SUPEKIflll COURT OK MilV J E I I S E V
' tlon. Three-piece sscttona], two endchildren. Completely obedience trained. Red
affixed m y official seal, a t TrenLease at H W montri. WEART-NEMETH
Adulta
preferred,
no
peta.
Permanent
. UMea, cottee-tihlf, drum-table, plat- Prefer home with fencd-in yard. Will resident* only. Available July 1. Rent AGENCY, 741-2240.
CHANCERY DIVISION
lEAL ton. this 4Ui d a y of June A. D.
IT TAKES A h E A P O F LIVIN' and
741-2838
MONMOUTII COUNTV
form rocker. BeВ«t olfer, 7TM122:
iell to right party for (150. Call 531- IDS per month. Call owner, 741-0903.
one thousand nine hundred a n d
tills home offers Just that. Four<bed
nwkei
.No.
r-13В«M4
sixty-five.
L435
anytime.
rooms,
2
^
batha,
16x18
living
room
FREEHOLD-LAKE WOOD AREA
WB8TINOHOUBE AIB CONDITIONER
FURNISHED 3H-ROOM APARTMENT
R O B E R T M. FALCEY
WANTED TO RENT
FOUR-BEDROOM RANCH on lurj 12x11 dining raom, 20x11 family room
COMMUNITY BANK ot LINDEN
— Two years old, 10,000 BTU, 220 voiU,
EEMAN SHEPHERDS — BlacH and —
Acting S e c r e t a r y of SUte.
Excellent, all utilities
Included
landscaped l o t Aluminum storms ar... l l x l l iun room, two-car garage, and HC Plalnlirt va: DAVID MAItGOLIE
'*12S. Call 741-0374.
tan males; all black [emale3, 12 weeha AdulU only. Call 204-6334 until U p.m
une B. 16, 23
Wi.19
WANTED — Offlc« »pact for m y desk screen?. • Walkmr distance to highway YOU will make thin BI-LBVEL houaa & it Rl, t>e(en<Unts
ld, IteMonable. 787-20S9, 7-10 p.m.
and New York busaes. Only $425 down HOME. Only J26hOOO . . . .occupancy
: TOT "I» TSSEN B E D — In excellent
By
virtue
ot
s.
writ
ot
sxecutlon
Ir
and
file
cabinet.
Write
"B.S.,"
Box
511,
R E D BANK
' eondltlon. Alio c i r r i 20" bike. In good aKC F U P S — Cockers. Bassets, 3ato qualified buyer. Selling at FHA ap- ine month,
Red Bank.
the above stateti ncllon lo me direct
. eoodlUon. P l i u i ca.ll 711-21M
pralnal
of
$13,375,
SHERIFF'S
SALE
Trtoydu, Beagles, Dalmatians, Irish Set.
BJ, I itiall expose for sale at pub!l{
RIVERSIDE GARDENS
BELL LABS EMPLOYEE — Needs
CPERIOH COURT O F NEW JERSEY
ters. Also many good crosses on sale,
STERLING THOMPSON
В»endut, at the Court House In th(
three or four bedroom home, preferWeisgold & Krupnick, Inc.
CHANCERY DIVISION
50 W. Front St.
NOT $25
3 up. Call 41
Horough of Freehold. County of Mon
AND ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
ably furnished, In area adjacent t<
MONMOUTH COUNTV
but much, much less when you buyWIRE HAIR FOX T E t t m E R - E l g h t overlooking river. I tour room and I ITolmdel Call 946-8589.
UIDDLETOWN. N. J .
201-747-56OC nouth. New Jersey, on Monday the
Brokers
Docket No. F ;mo-fl4
list day o( June. 1IW5. at 2 o'clock.
your aluminum awnings made by
eeka old. AKC registered, champlon- five room apartment available now.
HAMMONTON
SAVINGS AND LOANT
22.5
Hwy.
9
Lakewood
363-3089
FOUR BEDROOM — Split level, IH ?. M. rri-valllrig Time.
• K l n c h . L e u than half the price of ilp Woailllne. Pure white back. Best Cross ventilation. Near shopping and OARAGE — RUMSON B D . , WARDELL
ASSOCIATION,
N e w Jeraey corpoAll lhat tract, or parcel of land, sit ration, Plaintiff & va;
transportation. See 8upt. on premises AiVHJ., VICINITY.
bathi, living room, dining room, modeuitom ' made. K l n c h means Quality. >[(er. ME 4-0395.
CHARLES O.
GIVE 'EM THE AX
ir call Mr. Carlln MA 2-7890.
ern kitchen, laundry room, den, two^unte, lying* and being In the Township 3EAN, et ux, et al Defendants
I n itoclc to (It ANlf width window. (19
*]•> 842-1010.
That's right, give those nut moded liv- car overjiied garage. J200 per month. of Mlddletown, County of MonmouUi,
and up.
ROOMS — Parking and laundr.
By virtue of a writ of execution In
ing quarters the ax. Invest in this five:ute and fat, registered, shots, 201 3%
and Btate of New Jersey;
facilities. $108 per month plus electric,
he
above
stated
action
to m e directyear-old ranch, three bedrooms. 1^4
:OT-2846
BEING known and designated ai
PROWN'S
THE CURTIN AGENCY
FURNISHED ROOMS
.vallable August 1. 842-3567 from 12 u
baths, recreation room, living room,
l/it No. 62 63 and 64 In Block N. a ed, I shall expose for vale at pubKeallor
n Broad St.
Red Bank
741-7500
p.m.
ic vendue, at the Court House in
combination
"Kltchen-dinlng
room,
full
GOING AWAY?
ihown
and
set
forth
on
a
certain
mav
.EONARDO
291-1100
THREE SINGLE ROOHb In priBorough of Freehold, County of
W l BUY AND SELL anything and
attached
two-car
garage,
Boarding, bathing, grooming.
entitled. "Map ot GlendaJo Park. r> the
FOUlt ROOM FURNISHED APART- vate home Near Ihopplng and trans- basement,
Monmouth New Jersey on Tuesday
averythlns. Give t h e highest prices.
BRIOOSON KENNELS, 741-3310.
MENT — Available June 15 for sea
H. Cooby, Inc.." dated April. 1023, the 6th day of July 1W5 at S o'clock
portation. J8 W&verly PI., Red Bank. lovely landscaping with privacy. $28,•Call William Left Furniture, I n c . Hwy.
500. A. FRED MAFFEO AGENCY.
COLTS NECK
222-5322.
and filed In the office of the Clerk o: P. M. Prevailing Time.
MINIATURE
POODLES
—
AKC.
jet
.ARQE, CLEAN NICELY FURNISHED Realtor, 669 River Rd., Fair Haven,
IS, Mlddletown. 741-3213. o p e n tvinlngi
Monmouth County on August 3, 1903
NEW HOMES — $25 BOO U P
black beauties six weeks r>M. Ex ' NICEJLY furnished three-room, apart- ROOM MAN ONLY. CALL
AH the following tract or parcel of
•til » p.m.
"41-9333.
as Map IS-23.
J. D. noCHK, liealtor
lent breeding. Reasonable. 264-0113.
ment, available Immediately BUBII
747-2609
Being commonly known and deslg land and the premlsea hereinafter parONLY $700 DOWN — For this possible Long Bridge Rd. Colts Neck 946-49J!
couple
only.
201-2160.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
LOdSl, B R E D — Healthy angel fish.
aled ao No. 51 Walnut Street. Mid ticularly described, situate, lying and
Multiple Listing ServlCB
FURNISHED EOOM — Gentleman. Call three bedroom home wllh dining room,
' ft In the Township of Marlboro In
each. Five for | 1 . 905 Stont Rd.. SEA BRIGHT—On beach, furnished. after fl p.m. and all day Sunday. 741-spacious living room, full basement,
lletown. New Jersey.
We buy right, even better, In many 25c
ot Mon mouth and Stat* of
Union Beach, before 0 p.m.
The approximate amount of the Judg- NewCounty
Four rooma in duplex. July and Augua 1923.
two-car garage. Full price $17,000. Sub- BROWN t OVERTOK. REALTORS
Jersey:
• A I M , than discount houses and chain
ment
to
ba
satisfied
by
said
saie
u
15
through
Labor
Day.
Available
Call
"24
Hour
Service"
ject to VA or FHA approval. Call now
•tores. You benefit by our lower prices.
BEGINNING
at a point on the east
PRIVATE
HOME
—
Gentlemen
prethe
sum
o
f
117,500.00
together
with
th
S to 0 p.m. 842-3136.
9 White St., Red Bank. 741-2525
for appointment.
CLIPPING AND BATHING
C*J1 today and get Free Delivery.
ilde of Roosevelt Avenue distant 200
ferred. Call after 6:30 p.m.
:onts of thli sale.
[eet southerly from a monument iltL0W*L0W price*. Charge accounts. And \U breeds. Margie Schmidt, by ap747-09B5.
Daltd May 7, 1865
RUMSON -r- Remodeled carriage nous
THE
CURTIN
AGENCY
uated
at
Uie
Intersection
ot the east
pointment.
787-5688.
Monmouth Beach
y o u don't knock younelf out.
JOSEPH A, 8HAJTO, Sheriff.
on tree shaded acre. Estate' area. SI
LONG BRANCH — Larte fresh room
ilde of Rooaevt.lt Avenue with tho
Realtor
S3 Broad
fit
Red Bank
741.7600 MJSTIIALIAN TERRIERS — Chamhuge bedrooms, 2 ^ modern baths, Kaplovrttz & Wise, Attys.
for alert retired couple. Cooking prtv LEONARDO
south aide of Nelson Street extended:
LUXURIOUS
APARTMENT
2S1-1800
May
S6.
June
2,
9,
16
M6-8
pion sired. Show stock at pet prices.
maid's quarters. This Is a most unusual
thence (1) Along the east side of '
leges. Block from beach. 229-465S.
PLAY SAND
FOUR.ROOM — Cooperative bungalow, home, perfect (or entertaining. Living
Ideal ror children. Rugged and lovable.
Roosevelt Avenue souui II degree* 01
LIVING WITH
NOTICE
OHJNTELMAN WILL — Rent room I fenced yard. Low down payment. J60.K room 29x30, spacious family den, fire,
minutes e u t 100 feet; thence (2) At
Washed and purified to protect the Call 222-B461.
4В«7
apartment.
Private
entrance,
prlvati
ilace.
Two-car
garage,
new
bafleboar
monthly
Includes
g
a
s
,
electric,
hoi
right angles to Rnoaevelt Avenue north
' heiJlh of your children. 80 lb. ban only WANTED — Cocker etud service. AKC
S H E R I F F ' S SALE
PRIVATE
MARINA!
bath, kitchen privileges. Aabury Par
hot
water
heating.
Priced
tw
pell
H
a
t
e
r
.
542-1935
after
5
p
.
m
.
15 degrees 50 minutes east 200 feet;
jjl. Btos In ana pIcK up • couple ol 3erman Bhepherd for stud, $13 or
IUFERIOR
COURT
O
F
NEW
J
E
B
S
E
area. C m 774.2134.
$11,500. Don't delay, call today. Elr
thence (3) North 14 decrees 01 minpuppy. 7B7-7OV7.
N
E
E
D
MORE
ROOM?
Here
It
Is
an
CHANCERY
DIVISION
utes West pajraJlel to Roosevelt AvePRIVATE BEACH!
AGENCY,
ROOM P>OR LADY — Kitchenette and a beautiful wooded a r e a besides. Fou: WOOD A. ARMSTRONG
MONMOUTII COUNTY
nue 100 feet to a point; thence (<)
Realtor, 555 Prospect Ave., Little SI
FOR F R E E — Eight week-aid kittens.
*" RED BANK LUMBER
refrigerator. Call
l a r g e bed.-ooms, 214 baths. Huge famll
Docket N o . F-14OO-4M
South IS dejzreeB 59 mtmitei west parClean, healthy weaned
housebroken.
CABANA CLUB!
671-3895
room. Two-car g a r a g s a n d a flni ver. 741-4500.
Comer Pearl and Will Bis.. Hed Bank, >t3 of fun. Call 741-4368.
COMMUNITY BANK of LINDEH1 allel to the second course 200 l e w to
baflement.
All
the
house
you
want
piut
the place of beginning.
741-5500
SPACIOUS,
MODERN,
RANCH
—
Oi
ROOMB — Clean and cometc.. Plaintiff v s : DAVID M A R O O U
PRIVATE
TERRACE!
a
lovely
neighborhood.
$23,950,
RUB
niTTANY
SPANIELS
—
AKC
regll
The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
two acres. Brand new. Price J2T.9O0 et a l . Defendants
fortable. Reasonable -rates. Gentletne
Together with the following removS E L L M. BORU3 Realtors, 600 Rlvei Call alter 4 p.m. 363-6401,
;ercd. Sliow and hunting quality. $C5
preretmi. 92 Wallace St. 741-5392.
By virtue of a writ of execution 1 able items:
OWE RCA TWO-WAY ^base radio, ind $75. Call 44M572.
Rd., F a i r Haven. 747-В«32. Membei
the above stated action to m e cllrecte
three mobile units, all narrow banded.
Counter Cooking Unit and Oven.
ROOM FOR LADY — Kitchenette a n Multiple Listing Service.
4
AND
5
ROOMS
IDEAL LOCATION
1
shall
expose
for
sale
a
t
public
ve
A-l condition. 1700, or best offer. Call
The property li located on Rooserefrigerator. Call
MIDDLETOWN — Four-bedroom, two- Two mites from Red Bank ataUon due, a t the Court House In the- Bo velt Avenue, MorganvULe, Eaat Bide
( 1 * 2 BEDROOMS) FROM
364-2809.
671-3595.
convenient to good schools; atlracMvi ough ol Freehold, County ad Mot
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
b a t h split level on large lol a e r
of
Roosevelt Avenue, 200 feet South
Large lamlly home wlu mouth, New Jersey, on Monday tli
ANTIQUE PINE DE3K — Stone bench,
LITTLE SILVER — Room for rent, from park. Kllchen, dining room, livini neighborhood.
bedirooms, 2V4 baths: carpeted 11' Slot d. y of J u n e . MВ«5. a t 3 o'clocl of Nelaon Street, Townahlp ot MarlAPARTMENTS
mtU] lawn chair ami bench, golf has
Kitchen privileges. Ne&x bua. Ca-U 747- r o o m a n d d e n pUia full b a s e m e n t am four
boro, N e w Jersey.
P. M. Prevailing Time.
and 10 dubs, baseball shoes, lu'/S
city sewerage. Asking; $19,500. 747.&HC Ing room and dining room; 25' famll
1346.
'
;
The approximate amount of the Judgroom. Priced In mld-20"B. owner warn
heal
Riding boots, Bit. Short-wave radio, I'.ED BANK - urancn and Madison Includes. Individually-controlled
All t h a t tract, or parcel of land, s
ment to be satisfied by s&Id fal* is
other smaller article* Call Gaor*< Ave,, spact&uB on* and two-bedroom and air conditioning. Featuring Fash- OETNTL.BMJIN' — Studio room, /ur- TWO BEDROOMS — Living room, to move when school is out, Cali 74" unte: lylnE a n d belns In the To»
the sum of 118,000.00 together with the
f "
'
••'•
Bmlth 13 E. River St., Red Bank. 747- zarden apartment. Apply apt. 24, Molly ion batha (145 baths jvjlh built-in ntBhed, linens supplied. P r i v a t e eq- with wall-to-wall carpet. Eat-In kitchen, 5S1S.
ship of Mlddletown, County of Moi
CMta
of this sale.
tile
bath,
aluminum
itorms
and
tranfce,
battf
arid
driVp,
CaU
542-0477
vanity
In
2
bedroorh
apt*.)'
.
\
t
e
e
n
'Itcher Village Court or ca.ll Mr. S i m
mouth, and State of New J e r s e y :
trna.
•
Dated May 18, 1953
soreenB, good sized lot. Near trans- MIDDLETOWN — six-room ranch, ont
age recreation room . . . adult party
,omnzzo. 741*9115.
B E I N O known a n d designated a s Lc
portation and shopping. 7S7-В»38Q2,
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO, Sbarlff.
acre lot. Perfect for children. Owner No. 50. 60 a n d 61 In Block N a s show
5 A.M. or 6 A.M.
TWO
EFFICIENCY
BOOMS
—
ReasonLONG BRANCH — Summer rental.
and set forth on a certain m a p en Ourclo & Donio. Attys
able rates. Call 291-0590. 14 East High- THREE-ROOM — Co-op bungalow with Call 671-589S,
Too early to wake up. Bring your win Furnished lour rooms and bath, heat
153.36
titled, " M a p of Cltndalf P a r k . D. F June 9, 18, 23, 30
land Ave., Atlantic Highlands.
fenced in y a r d and in a good l o c i ' SET YOUR OWN CLIMATE In th
tfow shade rollers In. Let us put whltt and water, supplied. Ocean front, prlCosby. I n c . . " dated April, 1823, am
tion. Call 542-1788.
NOTICE
•hades on them, that will keep out all 'ate beach. Newly decoarted. 229-1553.
custom crafted centrally alr-condltlonec filed In the Office of the Olerk of MonSHREWSBURY — Large room an.
NOTICE
the early morning light SI.59 and up,
bath with kitchen privilege!. Call 747- EATOMTOWN — Two-bedroom ranch. brtclc and shake ranch set back amlc mouUl County o n August 3, 1903, a s
HOLMDEL-KBYPORT AREA
4-74
Lot 75x125. City sewers. Reasonable. wide green lawns and treea, 21' llvlnfi Map 10-23,
SHERIFF'S SALE
PROWN'S
room, fireplace, formal dining room
Call 5*2-2987.
Being commonly known and desl
SUPERIOR COIHT OF NEW JERSEY
eat-in automatic kitchen, three largE
13 Broad St,
Red Bank
741-7600
CHANCERY DIVISION
LINCROFT — 3% years old, on woode< bedrooms, main bath 12' with twii nated a s No 49 Walnut Btreet, M i l
off Ocean Ave., Monmouth Beach
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE acre,
AIR CONDITIONER — Top-rated FVel
MONMOUTH COUNTY
beautifully shrubbed. Kitchen wltl alnks. Also large master hath, fulls dletown. N e w Jersey.
DIRECTIONS: East on Rumson Rd.
derlch. 9,000 RTU. 110 volts, moved t<
The a p p r o x i m a t e amount of thВ» Iud
Docket No. P tUO-6*
stainless steel appliances, dining room, tiled, 20' walnut paneled family room
(county Route 520) to Ocean Ave., BВ«a
HOUSES
FOR
SALE
ment
to
b
В»
satisfied
by
В«aW
sВ«lВ«
apartment. Call SS3-14I5;
JACOB MOSKOW. Plaintiff v s : ISIliving room, library, recreation room full b&sement, flagBtone patio attached
Bright: right (south) to Park Rd.,
the s u m of H7.OOO.0O together with Uli DORE YAVERS et a l l . . Defendints
with fireplace. Thermopane
sliding, garage. $30,600. 671-0527.
Monmouth Beach: right to Hamlltonl&n
J8" MAHOGANY THREE—TIER PIC
costs of this Bale.
LOUISIANA PURCHA8E — *40,900. glass doors to patio, two-car atached
By virtue of a writ of execution In
~ Monmouth apartment.
TORE WINDOW TABLB — «2S. • 48"
This lovely Kew Orleaiw-В«ty!e Colonif garage. Four bedroom", 2H bntha, cor.
J O S E P H A. SHAFTO, Sheriff.
'he above stated action to mВ« directed,
mahogany coffee table, plastic top,
with all of t h s chsrm of the GULvenlent to shopping, gchools. Interente B E D BANK — Living room, fireplace,
Dated M a y 7, 19В«5
t uhal expose for sale at public venPhono: 222-8120
sun porch, dining roor.i, complete!!
120. Like new, 871-2774.
light E r a " w u designed with built' call 741-8*72.
Kanlowltz
A
Wise.
Atys.
due, at the Court House In the Bormodern kitchen. Wall-to-wall carpeting.
131.7! ough of Freehold. County of Monmouth.
LINCROFT — Thre» rooms and bath, In "Pride ot Ownership," Th« mair OCEANPORT — Income, riverfront Large bedrooms and batri. Finished May 26, June 2. 0, 16
KAREY KAREY KAREY
CLUB FOR TENANTS
New Jersey, on Monday the 2Ut day of
all utilities except cooking gaВ«. ? В« Door boasts a 26x15 parlor, 15H three houses, three acres. A rasul buy. baaernent. Newly decorated interior.
•Rut's all you hear now when people
banquet room, 16x15 paneled master's
June, 1B95, at 2 o'clock, P. M. PrevailMust
see
to
appreciate.
Call
741-77M,
talk about quality etorm windows and FRED HEAT. COOKING QA8, HOT
den with fireplace, 15x15 cuisine (mod' Moving to Florida. $30,500. Call 741-2233. after 6 p.m. for appointment.
Ing Tlmt,
WATER AND AIR CONDITIONING
doors. Also quit* pome itlr about the
vUXURY EFFICIENCY — Furnished. em) with room for informal dining,
NotlcB Is hereby glvin that SВ«L}W!
ALL that certain tract or pare*! of
ARB YOU A BIO FAMILY?
В» w low prices on this Cadlllao quallt>
LV4 nxmia anil bath. Include* air con-laundry, center hall, AND & room o Five-bedroom
bide will be received In the Receptlor land and premises, hereinafter parti*
Colonial,
city
sewers,
on
THREE
OR
FOUR—BEDROOM
SPLIT
T
V
.
and
phone
outlets,
12
cu.
ft
relltionlng. TelevUion, all utlUt!eВ«. J135 necessity. The upper floor 1B comtor
product l a v e about W on each window.
Room or the OHlca of the Director cularly described, situate, lying and berigerator. parking and walk-In storage >er month. One-year l e w e . Call 8<2- ably divided Into four large rooms-, tw quiet street. Walking distance to New- with game room and two additional Division of Purchase and Property, 2n ing In the Township of Rarlttn, Counark
and
N.
Y.
buses.
Asking
only
S19,
half-baths, plus laundry exit. With
PROWN'S
'acllltlei. Spacious room*, large closets. .190 afler 6 p,m.
floor, Room 232-2. fltatt Houae, Tren
batha, and disappearing stairway to 500. Call now.
walking distance of Mlddletown Vll ton 25, New 'Jersey, on June 22, 196. ty of Monmouth and State ot New
Red Bank . 7(1-7500 Walk to shopping plaza, buses, schools.
H Broad St.
NEW 3!-^ ROOM Oarage apartment the attic. Thli home h a i a full base- E. R. SNYDER & CO., REALTOR! lage School. Just reduced to S21.40C at 2:00 P. M. and will be opened am
ment, a two-car garage, and Is situated
"ffioiNNINO at a point In th* southHlgl.lB.nd Excellent landicAplng-Mlabllslied law: read immediately' thereafter, for th
ON1-WHEEL UTILITY TRAILER
- DIRECTIONS: Garden State Exit 117 Hill section avenlooKIng ocean. Wall on a one-acre "parish" with appro* 135 F! rat Ave.. Atlantic
eaatery line of the New Jersey State
Phone 291-0900. Member Multiple Lii
and shruba
In perfect condition. Ideal [or camping. to 36, east on 35 to Airport Shopping to-wall carpet. A-dulta only. UWumlahed roately $700 per year taxes.
Highway Route No. 35 <&0 feet wide)
В«110 plus utilities. 291-2687.
ing.
.
E.R. SNYDER s Co., Realtors
- (HTOall 671-0019..
t0
Plaza, turn left, then two blocks to
ANNl?AL
CONTRACT
FOR
VAK10U
wheni
Uie tame Is Intersected by the
5 Corners
671-25M
FAIR HAVEN — Direct sale. Six-bed ITIddletown
STERLING THOMPSON
WIPING BAGS
HOUIE SHUTT-ESa — Painted red. model apartment. From 35, (J. M. UNFURNISHED APARTMENT — FOU
dividing line between lands of the parMemhers of Multiple Listing Service!
Fields) to Razlet Ave., turn left on rooms, heat Included. Three blocks
room Colonial, excellent condition. Sc\
CANDY
ty w i h e l l r s i part on the southwest
AND ASSOCIATES, REALTORS
MIt!din Rd., etralcht ahead. :6MB40.
from ocean. Long Branch. 5*2-2987. MIDDLETOWN, H. 1.
747-1831.
and lands, now or formerly belonging
COOMES
201-747-560 en minutes from beach. In Elver Oak
BED BANK — Plnckney Rd., five, be
to Fred D. Schwlng on the northeast
BUMMER RENTAL — Lovely 4% AVAILABLE JULY I — Unfurnished, NEW RED BANK COLONIAL — Hlvel Near all conveniences. 741-4489.
rooms, 2>Js baths, living room, dlnin, COUNTEItR
as recited In Deed Book 2075 p a i e 466
FISH FOOD
rooms. Furnished apartment, first floor twoiroom and bath apartment. One privileges, five bedrooms, 2M baths, LITTLE SILVER-RED BRICK ENG room, kitchen, Bun room, basement
FROZEN HERRING
!or Monmouth County, said point also
% block to bca^h. 15 Franltlln Ter. block from downtown Red Bank. SM living room fireplace, dining room, LJSH TUDOR — Almost one acre, tre( large lot, three-car garage. 924,90G
MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION
being distant 770.19 feet northeasterly
Long Branch 229-1081.
per month. Call 741-3400, ask ror MUa kitchen, den, basement, double garage. shaded groundfl. Seven spacious rooms SCHANCK AOENCY. Realtor, 8 L!nd<
T
(STICKERS
along said southeasterly line ol the
Scliacfer.
large 18x28' living room with atom PI., Red Bank 747-0397.
J33.500.
B U T T O N PARK APARTMENTS OLEOMARGARINE
Vew Jersey Stats Highway Route No.
fireplace, 18x18' dining room, 18x1
Branch Avenue. One bedroom apart* NEW FOUR ROOM DUPLEX - R В»
KING SI2E RANCH — With sevei
PRINTING
36 from the Intersection with trie easttiled kitchen, four huge bedrooms, 2! spacious
mtnt, Rent Includes all utilities except frlgerator, waaher, 'dryer, J100 plus utilrooms, three bedrooms, twi
RADAR
erly line ot . Pool* Avenue (33 feet
tile baths, full basement, hot water oL baths, charming
electricity. Call superintendent, 747-2685. ities. Available July 1. 787-4350.
living room with brlcl
RGPUSR COLLECTION (
wide) and running thence (1) South
heat. Screened poroh with privacy. fireplace, separate
he&Uor
dining room, com
SOUP BASE, BEEF
50"' 03' 30" East 500.00 feet along the
KUM6ON — Three rooms, bath, on TWO ROOMS — And kitchen, one oi S Linden PI.
Red Ban! Gorgeous brick-fenced patio with bar fortable den, flagstone patio; on bcautl
STAGE CURTAINS
afore men tioned dividing line to a point;
butllne, near achools, churchps, ihop two adulU. After 5 p.m. Vicky's Rt.
beque, attached two-car garage. Rlvei ful acre in nelghbornood. Just $27,900.
7470397
Specifications
and
the
form
or
,
.
thence (21 Boutth 58* 45' 40" West 324.ping. $00. Mr. Jullano, 229-2403.
rights and mly R38.50O. Call today.
30, West Keansburg.
And
ELWOOD
A.
ARMSTRONG
AOENCY,
contract
and
bond
tor
Uie
propo**
43 feet: thence (3> South 74* 5tV 30"
RED
BANK-RUMSUM
ana miles ELWOOD A. ARMSTRONG AGENCY,
SHREWSBURY TWP.
work are on fliВ« In the Office 6E th Wcat 345.84 feet; thence (4> North IS*
Complete
llatlngi,
horn 6 B, Realtor, 555 Prospect Ave,, Little Sts Realtor. 555 Prospect Ave., Little S
KEANSBURG — Lovely unmrnishe around.
Director and may be lecured by pro* 00' 30" West 500.00 feet to the southWVII ttiow you the
ver, 741-4500. . '
three rooms. FlTBt floor apartment wltl tarmi, businesses. Member multiple •or, 741-4500. .
pectlve bidders during office liOttr1
arge wood-paneled living room. $S listing service. Large private parktni
easterly line of the New Jersey State
—Ranch. Three bedrooms, FOUR—BEDROOM DUTCH COLONIA1 Bids muBt be (11 made on R standa
per monUi plus utilities. The Bmolko lot.
Highway Route No. 35: thence (5)
Furniture to beautify
Living room with fireplace, dlnin proposa.1 form, (2) enclosed In t|i*!,.sp
Acency, 2WJ Main Bt., Kttmaburg. 787'
baiicb'oa.rd heat. FHA appraised, J17.000 —
North 74" 59' 30" East 370.19 feet along
room
center
ball,
(18,990.
After
8
p,i
cial
addressed
nnvelope,
(3)
fluCcom
0123.
RAY STILLMAN, Realtor anklng $18,500. 7A7-2060.
the aamq to tho point or place of Beyour home . . .
741-7532.
panied by a certified check dravm ti
Contains 5.B72 acres.
THREE-BEDROOM RANCH •- Pc_. NEW SHREWSBURY — Lovely four the order of the Treasure of tha Stat ginning.
"Our 47th year"
The propftrty is located on New Jer• Private swim pool on property.
648 Hwy. 35
Ehrpwsbury
741-860 end Btreet. Fenced-ln varrt, nicely land- bedroom rmch,. excellent condition ot New Jersey, or a bid bond, an
Whether you want new
y State Highway Route No. 36, 400
COMMERCIAL RENTALS
• Shopping on and next to property.
of which shall not be less than 103
scaped. Near Red Bank. Principa
well kept grounds. Good schools, tv
of
n t
of Poolee Avenue,, TownTHREE BEDROOM RANCH — CloBe t< only. J17.20O Call 741-7975.
of the amount of the bid, and (i) de feet northeast
Bus and Train to Newark and N.Y.C.
or uied—we've got itl • Pin*
tiled baths. Full basement. DraperL llvercd at the above plac* on or b&'on ship
hi of
f R
Raritan,
i
N
New JJersey.
IF YOU ARB INTERESTED—In
shopping, schools and traraportotion,
schools.
throughout.
Newly painted
exterloi the hour named as no bid will 1
The
lie approximate amount of tha Judgbrand new modem office space, we Immediate occupancy. $115 per month, COLTS NECK — Four-bedroom hou-i
Ono full, two half bathJ, Four yean New awnings and gutters. Air-cond
ment to be satisfied by said -suiKls
located ir ^1c cenier of Red Bank, conaccepted after the hour specified.FBI
old, In excellent condition. Lar^e eat-li tioned master bedroom. Owner trans not io submitted will be consifler
th sum, off {2400000
t h
ithth.0
th
tact us for further Information. THH
the
{24,000.00 ttogether
with
THE CURTIN AGENCY
kitchen and formal dining room. Snn ferred, priced low 20's. Call 542-2911 Informal and will be rejected. T
DOW3TKA AGENCY. 741-8700.
coats of thjr sale,
Realtor clous living room with fireplace, 26'
Director reserves the right to reje>
Dated May 12 1965
LEONARTX)
,
29M40I
PO
YOU
HAVE
A
CHAMPAONE!
LEASE OR HALE — 70x100. Reason
recreation room, storm windows nn<
any and all bids and to award c"
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO, Sheriff.
able. Suitable and zoned (or a n y bus MIDDLETOWN — ORkhlll section, two four appliances Included. Large patio TAffTE — But a beer Income? Tills Is tract fn part or whole If deemed
Bronstein, Kohlrelter & Bornateln,
nesa. Three big overhead doors, ampl acre lot. Charming Cape Cod. Ideal fo: One acre landscaped lot. Nice neigh the home for you. Spacious Red Ban! the best Interest of the State to
Attys.
Colonial on wooded plot, convenient
parking area Call 87M7J3,
small horse farm, $10,000. Call us fo borhoofi. Owner must sell by July
io The successful bidder will be r
May 26, June 2. 9, 16
$59.10
shopping and transportation. FHvВ« tv
quired to furnish surety bond In tin
det&lUl THE BERO AGENCY, Real Just reduced to J25.7O0. GEORGE
Including: individually-controlled heal
NOTICE
OFFICE SPACE
tora, 671-1000. Hwy 35, Mlddletowi ILLMENSEE, Realtor, Rt. 34, Coll elzed hedrnoms. 2M; baitв„ў, large kite! full amount of the contract of a com
and air conditioning, hot water.
Neck. 462-3172.
en. separate -dining room, ^replace I pany authorized to do business In th<
500 SQUARE FEET. Will finish tt NEW MONMOUTH — Foil r-bert roo
living room, 13' den, usable basemen Stitte of Now Jersey.
OF NEW JERSEY
suit tenant. Prlmo Kwy. 38, location, npl H, 2 Mi-car Borage, large play room, WEST KEAN8BURG — Custom . bufII Uiree-oar
garage, low taxes. Going
CHANCERY DIVISION
RARITAN TOWNSHIP.
excellent condition. Near shopping and three-bedroom ranch, Hotwater heat, lol $24.1)00. Don't hesitate to call for
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASUR
MONMOUTII COUNTY
•choolB. Way below FHA appraisal 100x125. Near school and bua line. 78T- polntment. ELWOOD A. AKMSTRONC
Division of Purchase and Propert
Ditrket No. F 11M-61
THE KIRWAN COMPANY Owner transferred. Asking $18,900, 7526 or 78T-55M.
7-11 E. Front St.
AOENCY, Realtor, 555 Prospect Avt,
CHARLES F. SULLIVAN, Direct-CARTERET SAVINGS AND LOAN
make offer. Call 671-3272.
June B. 15
?=
ASSOCIATION, a corporation of tha
LITTLE SILVER — Spilt level, foyer Little Silver, 741-4600.
787-5500
Keyport, N. J .
O F F SHREWSBURY AVE.
State of New Jersey, Piaintttt v i '
RED BANK COLONIAL—Plus ndjacenl family room, sliding: glass doors to WELL KEPT — TwD-bedroom, ha!
NOTICK
SHREWSBURY TWP.
LEWIS WILLIAM BAILEY, et aJB., De>ESIHABLE KIVER FRONT luilo lot. Three bedrooms, living room vvltli patio. H i baths, three bedrooms, storm baaement. full bath. Enclosed fron
Tel. 264-3020
,
4-IW
TirepJacc, tlirvlng room, both with wall- windows. Excellent shrubs and wooded porch, lame shaded lot, schools, buse:
fendants
•
DIRECTIONS: Newman Springs Rd. ti On first floor In tho Tullcr Bulldini
SHERIFF'S SALE
to-wall carpeting, eat-In modern kitch- lot, Save brokera fee, call now. 747-0159 shopping olose. Priced low, F.H.A. ai
By virtue of a wrtt of execution In
Shrewsbury Avo.: left to Barker Ave, Cull 747M4O
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSE
en, 1>{' baths. Lovely residential area.
the
above stated action to me direct*
right
100
ft.
then
left
on
Crawford
St
pralsal,
$10,900.
787-llJft.
: QPEN MONDAY AND
25,000 SQ. FT, LIGHT minufaotunns 747-(H8;i.
COLONIAL
HOME
—
Eight
yeara
oil
CHANCERY
DIVISION
d,
I
shall
expose
for sale at public
to model apartment.
lolts fo lenBc Can b& l e u e d separate.
thrco or four bedrooms; 1\i, tiled bathi
MONMOUTH COUNTV
MUST SELL- TRANSFERRED — Be
enilne, at the Court House In the
Agent: BRITE REALTY, INC. 204-0066- ]y, conulninz about 25W no. It. poi NEW SHUEWBURY COLONIAL — Ex- large living room; separate
:, : FRIDAY NISHTS
dlninf en yearn, corner home, eleven room
•
Docket No. F-18J8-В«4
torouga of Freehold, County ot Mon*
741-3030—Model Apt.; 512-1)393.
lloor. 741-1100.
cellent condition. Four bedrooms, three room; modern kitchen Includes dish1 patio, sewers, alr-conriltloneri. nil
mouth, New Jersey, on Tuesday thВ«
SOUTH ORANGE FEDERAL RA
NEW LUXURY 2ft ROOM APART FAIR HAVEN — Ottlco <p»c« In ne\ batt.s. Large rooma, $27,500. 747-5380 washer. 20' paneled game room; base pllance*. One block all transportation INO3 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
6th day of July, 1965, at 2 o'clock*
Other days 'til 6 p.m. MENT
— - F u l l y air conditioned, near Colonial building. Air conditioned. Law, EATONTOWN — Carriage home, tw mcint. Attached two-car garage. AH cli phorT'lf'g, cnlertalnment. $21,900. Ca] corporation of the United States
P. M. Prevailing Time.
utilities. .Muny extras Including air co
8.11 trannoortatlon. 21 Leroy Pince, Re< yers, dcntlBta desirable. Maffeo Agoncy. bedrooms, l',ВЈ batha, atcam heat, larf
204-0449.
|
All thiit tract or parcel of land,
America, Plaintiff vs: CHAHLE3
•OLID MAPLE DINETTE - Table? Bank. Call 741-1003 or 747-B3G3.
ditlonlng by Fodders. Collar exit, pat!
741-9333.
rien with atone firnplnce, box stal
situate, lying and being In East Keana*
RUBINO and ANNA I>. RUBINO h
porcelain exteoalon top, four chivlrs,
concrete driveway, storm windows am
CHARMING LITTLE SILVER
1
burs. In tho Township of Mlddletown,
IWD hllt-ton window air conditioners. TWO—BEDROOM FURNISHED RENT OFFICE — IDEAL, FOR ONE MAN — Lhat are unfinished, & chullcnee to th< noreon.1. Well established lanrtacaplni Picture th.lB lovely four-bedroom him wife, et al, Defendants '
buyers
tnRenulty.
Rennnnable.
A.
KO
County
of Monmouth and State ol New
By
virtue
of
a
writ
of
execution
including
over
lorty
shrubs,
smn-U
fron
Tione 741-6807.
AL — Lovely walerfront aectlon o Operation, one mile north Red Danlt
on a tree shaded lot wllh [lagnton
the above stated action to me direct
$125 per month on year' on Hwy 35, pnrlUng apace, flign space. ZICKY REAL ESTATE — Rt. 35 yard and large back yard. Wfllkin entrance, large Inviting living roo
SURFBOARD - Tltlan-WInd and Sea,Port'au'Pecli.
EatoJltown, 642-2223.
BEGINNING a t a point In the Eastdistance to grade school. Being trnn; with
ed, I shall expose for aale at pub!
lease. Call 741-4)87,
wall-to-wall
carpeting,
faml
Call 747-43M for appolntlnsnt.
В»'a", used three months good condition,
ferred. Buy direct. $21,000. Call 261-381
'enrluc, at the Court Houuo In thi erly line of Day Avenue, said point
room, twj> full baths and g a m e c Wal
esc. 741-P291.
ATTRACTIVE
three-room
furnished HANUDACTURINQ PLANT - around IN ONE OF OUR BEST ARBA8 —
Ing distance to Little Silver Station ..ormiRh of Freehold, County ol Mor being 200 leet south ot • the Intersecapartment, private house, private en- lloor, containing 6,000 jq ft. for lease, With Gewage Bystema,, four-bcdrooras, RIVER OAKS — Bargain. Four be
mouth. NEW Jersey, on Monday th tion of the Easterly line of Day Avetrance, Karngfi. Near Fort Monmoutti 'Ight manufacturing. Immediate poj two-batha. Den, living room, dlninf rooms, two bathn, living: room, dlnln, schools, transportation and shoppin
MR. WOLCOTT
2l9t day of June, 1WJ5, at 2 o'clocl nue with the Southerly line of HarNew price S l i m FHA and VA flnam
room, and kitchen, plus full basemen!
and beach. N o pets. 50 N . Linden Avo, Reaslon 747-11M.
mony Avenue; thence U) North 72 deP. M. Prevailing Time.
will etop at your home and talk about West Long Branch.
FHA appraised asking $19,000. Owner room, screeneil porch. $25,500. 747-223? Ins available. Call 671-3311 Immcdiateli
grees 30 minutes East along the SouthAll the following tract or parcel
WALKER
*
WALKER,
Realtors,
20!
Broker
The
Dowstra
ARency.
741-870(1
genuine DuPont Tedlsr aluminum t\?
COMMERCIAL apace available. Als
RARE OPPORTUNITY
— Abflentei
erly line of lot No. 120 as shown on
Hwy. 35, Mlilrtlpt'iw i-Holnulpl. ' l u l t n l land and the premises hereinafter pa
Ing. End your painting problems.
HIGHLANDS — Four-room apartment nfflco siiacp. Ideal [or automatic tram
owner nnxioua for I m mediate an
a
certain map entitled "Homestead
tlcuarly
described,
situate,
lying
a
LINCROFT
—
Sacrifice.
Builders
mofl
Listings and Trado-lns. Send for cati
heat, electric, hot water supplied. Al mission work and similar automotlvi
two-bath
split
le
Park,
Eaat
Kennaburg,
Mlddletown
el. $3,000 down buys thli custom bull Four-bedroom,
bcini? In the Townuhp of MldUletow
PROWN'S
year round. Overlooking ocean. Adult worlt. 74,1-660(1.
and den for filth bedroom), ba.se log. PHONE.. 871-3311.
executive home. Choice area. Ono ficr home
In the County of Monmouth and SU1 Township, dated October 25. 1&15", 100
ment
anri
garage.
Half
acre
plot
nca
n Broad Bt.
Red Bank
741-780; only, 11)5 per month. 872-1012.
feet to a point common to lots No 18,
of New Jersey;
TWIN QAilLES - Sfl fti.erilde Ave. MODERN OFFICE FOR RENT — plot. Four bedrooms, 2',i baths, llbran Hchool, J21.500 3<Vye.ir FHA ^mortgngf
19. 116 and 120 as shown on the aforeREFRIGERATOR AND OA8 R A N O E - Red Bank on river
Bcng Lot No. 2, In Block " B "
3H and fcjui Lights, .-ilr conditioning, heal all In- wltli rireplnce, and ninny other deluxe Avnllaible to qualified purchaser. Noi
.. LOTS & ACREAGE
said m a p ; thence (2> South 17 degrees
Oall 787-MSJ
moms unfurnished,
five-room oft'ie cluded. $60 a month. V. Arnone Build- features. Located Orcentree Terrace, reduced to appraised value $23,350. Oi
map entitled, "Map of Sunrise Kim
aflar 6.
7413300.
In*, 30 Linden PI., Red Bank. Call orf Newman Bprings Rd., next to Chrl
fera invited. HALL BROS, REALTORS, CHAPEL HILL AREA — One acr Blluale In Mlddlelown Township, Moi 30 minutes East aJong th« Westerly
tlan
Brots,era
Academy.
Builder.
3
T
<
747-3620. No answer call 741-0321.
mnuth County, N. J., Scaln 1"—Sfl line of said Lot No. IT and 18, 50 feet
613
River
Rd.,
Fair
Haven,
741-7688,
building
lot.
Wooded
location.
AsUIn
2418 or 229-1334.
to a point common to Lots No. 18, 17,
August, 1DC0, maila by Raymond
10.500 Call Nick Mullaney. The Klrwa
APARTMENTS
117 and 118; thence (3) South 7 2 deWilson Asjoclatea, Civil Engineers a
HOUSES FOR SAUL
Co., Realtors. 787-5500.
INTERLAKEN
— LarRo
lakefron' MIDDLETOWN — Newly paLnted, eiR
Land Surveyors," which map was file grees SO minutes West along Uio NorthHOUSES FOR RENT
house. Modern kitchen. Newly palntet room, four bedroom, split. Central
BUY
NOW:
BUILD
LATER
—
Beau
In the Monmouth County Clerk's O easterly line of Lot No. 117 as shown
exterior and Interior. Price (21,000. Cal located. Low 20'n. 301-1231.
ful Colls Neclc; lot ready to build o
on the Aforesaid map 100 feet to a
fee on January 11, 1WU In Case '
HOLMDEL— Estats cottage. Six roome
LOVELY SETTINO! — Custom bu
$4,600, Also hnve some choice home Sheet 35.
point tn the Easterly line of Day AveMORE LISTINGS SHOWN \Vi bathi, oil, mmlflni kitchen. Adults. 531-1631. Principals only.
RAOB TRACK or BUMMER
iltg high on a knoll with woo
In Colts Neck, HAROLD LINDEMANN
Subject to grants in Deed Book 16! nue; thence (i) North 17 degrees 30
Available now. 1175. OIIMSSl.
SIX nOO-M MODERN RANCH — On home
RENTALS
In the rear Entrance foyer, pleasan Broker, Entontown. 542-1103.
miftutca Went along the Easterly line
pnRc
237
lo
Jersey
Central
Power
an
mile
from
Red
Bank.
Near
all
tram
Furnished and Unfurnished
MORE LISTINGS SOLD
living
room,
dining
room,
modern
kltch
of
Day Avenue 50 feet to the point
portfttlon, $18,900. Call 747-9411.
LEONARDO — 100x150'. Choice prt Light Company, nml In De*d Boc and place of BEGINNING.
en wllh dishwasher, 26' paneled famt
2436 page 5H.1 to Jersey Central Powi
Reasonable Rates
REAL ESTATE WANTED
periy.
One
block
from
beach
Leonar
SYLVAN PARADISE — "Prettiest ol room wllh fireplace, three bedroom
Bolng Intended to ba all of Lot*
and Light Company and New Jerai
Ave.,
212-AL
5-5788.
N
e
w
York
Clt
all ' settings" Is how we rate th with unfinished fourth, two-car garam
4H, 8!4 and efficiency apartments
No. U6 and 119, Block A, a s thowa
Bell TeTeiitiuntt Company, and tn Dei
lovely home. Giant shade trees and
Carpeting and many other extras. D
on the aforementioned map.
Book 3002 pago 303, to New Jersi
riot of rhododendrons. Three
larp to personnel clrcumatnncea thin charm
The nbove description Is In accordBell Telephone Company mid Jerr
WE NEED YOUR
BUSINESS PROPERTY
bedrooma, two deluxe bathn, Two-cn Ing home ia offered for Bale much he
ance with a survey made by Henry
Central Power A Light Company.
BariiEo. fftill bttflPment, All in super' low npnralscd vnlue. $37,000. HEDDK1
HOUSE TO SELL
F. Latirecqup, dated March it, IBM.
Cooper Ave., corner t>f Orant
Bnlng commonly Known find flc!
latlve condition. $20,POO Is most realis- AGENCY, REALTORS 301-Mnple Avr. BUSINESS LOCATION —"Adjacent
Being known nnrt designated as 20
' Ave. Overlooking ocean. Long
nated
aa
No.
MQ
Roxbury
llond,
Be
tic. Call at once. This la truly a case corner Berfjen PI., Red Bank. 741-MOO Hwy. 35. Shrewsbury. Ideal workani
D.iy Avenue, East Kearuburf, Hew
ford (Mlddletown Township), New Je
Branch.
for repair services plus comfortab
of tho owner's loan 1B your good for
PORTAUPECK. Three bedroom ranch, house and rental Income npartmei
Included: Heat, hot water, g a s
Mine,
RU8BEIX
M.
BOIUJB
Rcaliors,
Toe approximate amount of th* JudgThru The Red Bank Area
Thfl dpproxlmate amount o( the Iud;
cooking, irmsler T.V., antenna,
Priced to 'sell $14,000. 741-7017.
600 River-ltd., Fair Haven. 747-4532. Dining room. Kitchen with dining are
ment to be satisfied by tald •*[« J§
ment to be aatlsfled by said sale
Tiled 1>.ВЈ batha. Screened porch. Drj
parking laundering facilities.
Member Multiple Listing Service.
the turn of 120.000.00 together with th the sum of 17,500.00 together with t h i
banement.
Attached
garage. Wei EATONTOWN, N.J. — 10 acre buslnti
Multiple Lilting Service
Jimulre on. eite. 5 В« dally. 11-7
pplebroolc Agency
costs
of this sale.
cofttq
of
this
sale.
property,
430'
highway
frontage
on
R
SHRBWBBUnY CAPK COD — Llvlni plan:ed plot with fruit and ormunent
Dated May 21. 1065
Also rear entrance to proper!1
Dated May 13, 1B6S
gaturdey anil Sunday.
_
S M Pag* 200 In tftt
960 HWY. 35 .MIDDLETOWN room, dining area, Kitchen, four hed trees. Near river. Ta*o> $470. LAW 39.
JOSEPH A. BHAFTO, Sheriff.
PHONE: mitm
o> m-tooo.
JOSEPH A. BHAFTO, She r if I
rooms, two baUis, lot 87x183 with trow. RBN"CE J, SCHILLING, REALTOR. All utilities available. Will sell all ,oi
. Ytllow Pagtt.
B. Arthur fltem, .Ally..
,
.
47I-230&
mamt
$17,900. BCHANCK AOBKOY, Realtor, Willow Drive A Paxker Avtaue. liUl part. A. KOZICKY, REAL ESTATE, Frederic C. R l t В« r . Ally.
|В«3U
S t . 35, Eatontown, (43-3323.
Way 28, June 2, B, 15
133.1 June B, 16. 23, SO
a i . 747-ilSl.
B U o d e n P L , R*d Bank. 74T-03&8.
APARTMENTS 4
CWIU-CUTS
TINTON AYE.
ittws
PAUL P. BOVA
AWNINGS NOW
LAWLEY AGENCY
{
$135 MO.
GREEN GROVE
GARDENS
HAMILTONIAN
AT MONMOUTH
$95 UP
PROPOSAL
Wo will not
be undersold!
NAME YOUR
PRICE...
SCHANCK AGENCY
STEPS FROM
EVERYTHING...
AND BUDGET
TERMS, TOO!
FIELD
FURNITURE
4 & 5 rooms from
$114
HAMILTONIAN AT
SHREWSBURY
COOPER MANOR
LIST WITH
IBE DAILY REGISTER Promoted
26-Wedandftf; June 16, 1965
ACROSS
NOTICE
HOWE
Ttk* txttlc* t t t t Ptlmer CocktaU
Lounct, Inc. h u tpplled to me Townflhlp Commit!** of Tffwnihip of RarfUn, for * PISQUT rettll conaumpllon
Uccnw No. C 2, (or premiie* situated
*t Southwest Corner of Colemin St.
В«nd Palmer Avenue, Weit Keanaburg,
Township ol RarH&n, County of MonBiouth, New Jersey.
Officers, Directors and Stockho'.dei
owning on* or morВ« percent of atoc
In said corporation are: Eileen Kelm,
Prea-Trea. and/or Chairman of UIE
Board of Directors, 589 Palmer Ave.,
Weit Keansbjrg, N, J.; Elizabeth MePartland, Vice-Pros., 205 Correja Ave.,
Iselin, N. J.; Victor Lagomarsfno, Sec.
Allenwood Roaci, Allenwood, N. J.
Objections, if any. ahoulri I* madi
immediately in writing to Donald J.
Malloy, Clcru of Township or Raritan.
(Signed)
PALMER COCKTAIL LOUNGE, INC.
Eileen Kelro, Pren.-Treas,
589 Primer Ave.
Weit Keansburg, N. J.
June 16, 23
IU.2I
NOTICE
SHERIFFS SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NKW -1ERSE
CHANCEBV DIVISION
MONMOUTH COILNTY
Jonas Berger
Docket No. F !838-В«4
IRVING SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation o[ the State
NEW YORK Harry W.
or New Jersey. Plaintiff vs: THOMAI Graff, Inc., advertising and pubA. SMITH, et als.. Defendants
By virtue of a writ of execution ii lie relations firm, announces thi
the above stated action to me direct
ad, I shall cxposn for Bale at pub]] promotion of Jonas Berger, of 47
vendue. at the Court House In tli Chiton La., Matawan, to vice
Borough of Freehold. County of Mon.
mouth. New Jersey, on Monday the president and accounts co-ordin21st day of June, 1965, at 2 o'clock ator.
P. JI. Prevailing Time.
All thВ« following tract or parcel ol
Mr. Berger joined the agency'i
land and premises hereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and be-production department In 1952.
ing In the Township of Rarttaii. in tin He moved on to become the
County of Monmouia and State of. N r
Jersey:
agency's media director, and then
BEING known and designated as Lol
g In Block N on a map entitled 'Sub account executive. Among the ac
division Plat Woodland Park Sectioi counts he has served for the
6even. Township of Uarltan, Monmoutl
County, N. J." fled in the MonmouU agency are Emery Air Freight
. County Clerk's Office on July 1, 195!Corporation, Seaboard World Airu Map Case No. 66-15.
ALSO being known and designated HI lines, Caledonian Airways, the
82 Appleton Drive. EdRewaler. RariUn
Township. Monmoutn County, New Jer Surinam Tourist Bureau, World
fey.
Tobacco Company, the Mort N.
This Is a purchase money mortgage.
The approximate amount of the juilR- Norton Corporation and the Amement to b< satisfied hy said sale I rind Shipping Corporation,
tea imn of tl'.OOO.W together with th
Costa ol this sale.
Charge Driver
Tried to Escape
NOTICE
4-133
objecUvВ«
S. Slant
1L Apportion
IZDomesUcated
13. French
river
14. Banish
15. Merit
17. Denary
38. Breaks
suddenly
20. Knock
sharply
23. Man's
nickname
2 1 Malarial
fever
28. Unending
33, African
rtrer
32. Negative
reply
33. Excavate
34.Atwin
crystal
37. Dance
step
40. Large,
showy
flowers
44. Spirit
lamps
16. Bowstring
hemp!
Asia
47, Gaze
fixedly
BOWW
LBetUВ«d,В«i
in account
Z.OUierwlM
Z. Pub items
.21. Ctrl'*
•KM
23. Indit*
25. DtoВ«aВ«
of sheep
24. Etruscan
Juno
Ht3 laSHaEUli
27. Ovum
taaa anaa m
29. Male
sheep
30. Wise
aUIII
king
35. Projecting
39. Easy: si.
ends' of
41. Flower
churches
42. S.ilamandei
36. Harden:
43. Man's
var. ,
name:
37. Bore
poss.
38. WheaUn
45. Part of
flour:
Ind.
"to be"
centers
5.1nflnite
6.HUly
7. Not strict
8. Leave out
9. Hawaiian
goddess
10. Paradise
16. Drapery
across
window
top
19. Asiatic
fowl
20. Soak flax
1
I
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4
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II
li
window
49. Certain
recordingB
50. Snug
retreats
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AMP THAT'S
FOR. PEOPLE
IN-BETWEEN.
Bridge Column
Human natura being what it is,
you produce a certain effect on
your opponents. You bring out
tfie best in some, the worst In
others. Just don't go out of your
way to make your opponents play
well.
' When this hand was played
South made a fatal mistake at
:he first trick. Hoping to conceal
he location of the queen of
learts, declarer played the king
if hearts from dummy.
This compelled East to play,
he ace of hearts at the first
;rick. Deciding that he needed at
least one diamond trick, East returned the deuce of diamonds at
the second trick.
Now South was on the skids.
East got in with the ace of clubs
to cash two diamond tricks, thus
iefeating the contract. It was a
ifery accurate defense, and South
iad only himself to blame for it.
The Hand
SHERIFF'S SALE
•UFKRIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
M M O J E T O W N — Donald KoCHANCERY DIVISION
North dealer
acs, Cliffside Park, will receive
MONMOUTH COUNTY
North-South vulnerable
Docket No. F lВ«?A-64
a
hearing
in
Municipal
Court
JuNORTH
X 1. KISUAK MORTGAGE CORP..
t New Jersey corporation, Plaintiff vs: ly 8 on a charge of eluding po4. Q J 6 5
FRANCIS X. O'BRIEN and JOAN M.
V K7
S w S a S his wife; ANN OSTROWER ce.
and
THE PEOPLES
NATIONAL
O A107
He was arrested by Trooper
BANK OF KEYrOJlT, DcfendantA
4> K J 7 4
By virtue of a writ of execution In Charles Herter of the Holmdel
WEST
EAST
the above stated action to me direct' barracks on the Garden State
A 72
A 8
В«d I shall expose for sale at public
ve'ndue, at the Court House In the Parkway Monday night.
V 1062
<$ A J 9 8 4 3
Borough of Freehold, County of Mon- The trooper said he chased
0 KI3
O Q52
mouth, New Jersey, on Monday the
12th day of July, 1995, at 3 o'clock, tovacs down the superhighway
A 98332
- * A106
P. M. Prevailing Time.
:
SOUTH
ALL the (ollowing tract or parcel of or speeding. Kovacs left the
* AK10943
land ind premises hereinafter partiDti- rarkway at the Red Hill Rd.
larly described, situate, lying and beC Q3
lnj in the Township of Mi<idlВ«town, in wit and was later apprehended
O 9864
the County of Monmouth and State of >y the trooper on Red Hill Rd.
• Q
New Jersey:
BEGINNING at a point in the WestNorth
East
Sonfli West
The driver was released under
erly line ol Geary Drive, Bald point
1 *
1 V
14
Pass
being distant South 14 degrees 50 min-$200 bail pending the hearing.
utes West 218.52 feet Irom the Inter2 *
Pass
4 4
All Fas
section or said line with the southerly
Opening lead — V 2
line of Klnkade I>rive, BRM point being
TRI-HI-Y EVENT
the Southeasterly corner of Lot 13 in
The Tri-Hi-Y
Block " B " as shown on "Map of Kin- MARLBORO fcade Manor, Middlelown TownsWp, ;iub of Camp Arrowhead will
Monmouth County, N, J." filed. In the
—Q 5 2. Clubs-^A 10 6. What do
Monmouth County Clerk's Office as Cane iponsor the "Return of Aqua
you say?
62-19 on 7/3/1956 and running thence
Better First Play
<1> afore < tht westerly line of Geary ,uau" Tuesday, June 29, at 7:30
Answer: Bid one heart. You
Drive aoulh 14 degree* 50 minutes west i.m. -at the YMCA pool. All
South has a better chance for
have only 11 points in high cards
100.00 f*ei to a pofnt, said point being
the northeasterly comer of Lot 15 in ligh school students are invited. lis contract if he makes the right but should count 2 points for the
Block " B " on the aforesaid nap: thence
jlay at the first trick. If he plays singleton. With 13 points you have
(2) along the northerly line of Lot 15, The Tri-Hi-Y is a club for girls
North 75 degrees 10 minutes West 125.00 if high school age, and meets he low heart from dummy, East an optional opening bid, and can
feet to a point, said point being the
nortJiwesterly corner of Lot 15; thence wice monthly at Camp Arrow- >robably tries a finesse with the afford to bid since you have a
(3) north 14 degreei 50 minutes east cad, Hie YMCA extension center ack in the hope that the opening
fine 6-card major suit.
100.00 feet to a point, nald point beead is from Q-x-x.
ing the southweeterly comer of Lot m Rt. 520, here.
13 In Block " B " as Bhown on the
For Sheinwold's 36-page bookSouth wins the first trick with
aforesaid m a p : thence (4> alonjr the
-LEGAL N0T1CEsoutherly line of Lot 13, Smith 73 dethe queen of hearts,
draws let, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge,'
grees 10 minutes East 125.00 feet to
:rumps and leads the queen of send 50 cents to Bridge Book
,.a point in the westerly line of Geary
Drive, said point being the point and Take notice that Mary C. Nepp, T-A :lubs to force out the ace. South Red Bank Register, Box 3318
[urphy's Tavern, b a s applied to the
plflc* of BEGINNING.
ayor and Council of the Borough of :an then discard two diamonds Grand Central Station, New York
BEING further described as Lot H
tn Block " B " on Map of Kinkade umВЈon for a Plenary Retail Consump17, N. Y.
Manor, Middletown Township. Mon- Ion license for premises situated at on dummy's good clubs, limiting
mouth County, K. J , " Case 62-1B, Bled L7 Ward Lane, Kumson.
Objections, If any, should be made the diamond loss to one trick
T-3-1958.
BEING also known a s No. 227 immediately In writing to Albert A.
When you want to win the first
DEBATE SLATED
Kerr, Jr., Clerk of the Borough of
Geary Drive.
trick, don't force your opponent
The approximate amount of the Judg- kumson.
ASBURV PARK - The Mon-j
[Signed)
ment to be satisfied by said sale 1B
to win the trick instead.
mouth County Progressive SociMARY C. NEPP.
the sum of $20,200.00 together with the
J6-90
une t, 19
costs
ol this sale.
1
ety debate team will debate at
DAILY QUESTION
Dated June 3, 1665
NOTICE
JOSEPH A. BHAFTO, Sheriff.
As dealer, you hoJd: Spades— the YMCA Sunday at 3 p.m. on
Addonlzlo, Slwelman, Nlttl A
Take notice that Lawrence J. Nolan
.Gordon, Altys,
a Lakevlew Inn has applied to tht S. Hearts—A J 9 8 4 3. Diamonds the topic of birth control.
June 13, 23. 30, July 7
169.92 Mayor end Township Commute* of the
Town.*lp of tRarltan for a Plenary Retail Consumption Liquor License C-lo
NOTICE
for premises located at Highway 36,
4-133
Rarltan Township, N. J.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Objections, If any, should be made
HJFEH1OR COURT OF NEW JERSEY tanmedlttely
In writing to Donald J.
CHANCERY DIVISION
Malloy, Clerk ot Uie Township ol RirlMONMOUTH COUNTY
Docket No. F VMM
(Signed)
KAMBURO SAVINGS BANK, a bankLAWRENCE J . NOLAN
tog corporation of tne State of New
42 Mam St.
York Plaintiff vs; JOHN P . HEIV
Keyport,
H. 3,
XJHT, et als, Defendants
June It, 23
JS.M
By virtue of a writ of execution ii
toe above stated action to me direct
NOTICE OF INTENTION
ad, I shall expose for sale at publli
Take notice that Keanaburg Steamvendue, a t the Court House In th< boat1 Company t-a "Excursion PavilBorough of Freehold, County of :
ion' haa applied to the Municipal
mouth, New Jersey, on Monday th< Council of the Borough of Keanaburg,
12th day of July, IMS, at 3 o'clock, N. J. for a Plenary Retail ConsumpT. H. PrevaHInc Time.
tion License for the premises situated
ALL that certain lot, tract or parc< at foot of Uie Steamboat Pier. In the
of land and premises, situate, lylnti paid Borough of Keanaburc, N. J.
and belnp In Uie Township of RariUn, H. F. Gehlhaus, 22A Beachway,
In the County of Monmouth, in the
Keansburg. N. J., President, DirecState of New Jersey, bounded and d< tor A Stockholder.
acrlbed as follows:
U. a. Holoblnko, 22 Beachwiy, KeansBEING known and designated on
burg, N. J. Vice President. Asweeruln map entitled "1IAP OF OREE.
an t Treasurer, Director at Btockiiol
HILLS, situated In Raoitan Township, der.
Monmouth County, N. J., "Scale 1-50' H. W. Roberts. Middletown Rd., m .
made by Craig Fdnnegan, c E. & gur MoBmoutu. Kf. J. Secretary, Treasveyor, dated February 20, 1В»M and urer, Director * Stockholder
filed In thВ« Clerk's Office or Monmoutfc C. K. Oehlhaua 13 ElliabeUi" Street,
County on April 73. 19S7 in Case Hi Keyport, N. J. Assistant Secretary.
•0—H) u Lot Number 4. Block A.
Objections. If any. should be made
ALSO known by I Lillian Drlva, Immediately In writing to William F.
Hazlet, New Jersey.
Herllhy. Municipal Clerk of the BorThe approximate amount of the jud ough of Keansburg, N. J.
menl to be satisfied by said sale
KEANSBURG STEAMBOAT COMPANY
the sum of 06,600,00 together with ttii
To Beachway
costs of this sale.
Keanaburg, New Jersey
Dated June 3. 1065
June B. IS
I14.W
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO. Sheriff.
Finn and Rtmm, Attya.
NOTICE
June 16, 23, 30, July 7
|IMI
TAKE NOTICE that The) Riverside
Cocktail Lounge trading as Rlversld
NOTICE
Cocktail Lounge has applied to the
4-m
Mayor and Council of the Borough of
SHKItlFK'S SALE
Red Bank for a Plenary Retail Con•CPEBJOR COURT OF NKW JEItSE sumption License for premises situated
CHANCEKV DIVISION
st 24 White St.
MONMDUTH COUNTV
Objection, If any, should be made
Docket No. F-4841-43
Immediately In writing to John Bryan,
THE DIME SAVINGS BANK Ol Clerk of the Borough of Red Bank.
iBIgned)
BROOKLYN, a corporation of the Stale
OFFICERS
tt New York. Plaintiff vВ«: WILLIAM
* My NAME В» Ottto\s AVKHEU., I uve AT 4 2 5 MAPLE.
niANCIS SMITH and ROSE MAKY Sebastian . Gollno, 26 Martin Place,
Midnletown (Red Bank P. 0.) ViceSMITH, hla wife, et als., Defendant
THATS PRETTY WR.AH'IHASOA QOTOTHE
Pr*-ildent and Treasurer
By virtue of a writ o/ execution n
(he above stated action In me direct Mnrle Gollno. 2S Martin Place. Mlddietovn (Red Bank P. o.) Vice-Presed, 1 snail expose For Kale at publ
ident
vendue, at the Court House In It
Borough of Freehold. County of Mo Frank Oollno. 6 Walnut Street, Jamei
burn, N. J., President
mouth, New Jersey, on Monday II
Claire
Gollno. 6 Walnut Street, James12th day of July, 1!W5, at 2 o'clock
burg. N. J., Secretary
P. M. Prevailing Time.
For Thursday. Juno 17
nOARII OF DIRECTORS
ALL that certain !>lnt, piece, or pa
eel of Isnrl with the Imildings and Inr Sebsstlan Oollno. 26 Martin PI., Mids a
dletown, Red Bank P. O., New J e r
provements therein erected, or to hi
•rected, situate, lying and being In tlii
Townahip of Middletown, In the Cou Marie Gollno, 29 Martin PI., Middlefine time t o be o n your way if yon plan any
town, Red Bank P. 0., New Jersey
t! of Monmouth, and state of Ne
Frank Oollno, 6 Walnut Street, Jamessort of journey, business or pleasure, long or short
Jersey:
burs, New Jersey
BEING all of Lot No. 3 as shou
People you meet in. strange places will prove to
Claire
Gollno, S Walnut Street, JamesВ«n map enlltlei "Subdivision of filocl
burg,
New
Jersey
D, Orchard lianor. East Road an
be fascinating and could have more than a minor
glT.tt
Park Ave., MJddlelown Township, N.J. June 9, 16
effect on your future, too. Be gracious and friendly.
owned by W, D. 8wartzel, dated Fel
NOTICE
11, 1950 marie by Henry F. Labrecriu
i-St
Children are surprisingly well-behaved.
C. E., Red Bank, N. J.. Bald lot heln
SHERIFF'S
SALE
more particularly described as follows
BEGINNING at a point marked b sirtmim <<ii;nr OK NKH JERSKV
a monument at the point of intersec
CIIANCKRY DIVISION
tlon of the Westerly side of East Roai
.Md.VMOIiTH f'llIINTY
and the Northerly nlclr of Swarlzi
ll.iitrl No. Flim-tH
Ariel. Bom Mar. 21 lo Apr. I f
Libra. Sepf. 23 lo Oct. 22
Drive; ihence II) Nfjrlh &S riegrci
COMMLMTY BANK of LINDEN,
If 7011 feel that you're shoulYou nhould feel no obliKalion
46 mlnules 30 seconds West nlong th etc., Pljintlff vii: DAVID XIAr.GOLIS,
dcring too mucli of the burdrn,
lo humor fotneone wlio IiaMtuNortherly side of swartzel Drive 156.1 el fil, Pcfendants
you re probably right.
By virtue of a writ of execution li
ally imposes on you.
feet to a point marked by a monumeu
In thi Easterly side of a Right.of-Wa the alKnc staled action lo me directTsurui. April 20 lo May 20 Scorpio. Oct. 23 lo Nov. 21
В©[ Jersey Central Power and Ligh ed, 1 !ili:i)l expose for Bale at publl
Tc!crJwВ«ei
and odier internipThis is sn excepliontlly Ijlisy
Company; tlience (2) North 0 degreei vendur, nt Ihe Court House in Ihf
1
or Freehold, County of Monplague you, but Uie news
OS minutes West along the Eriste>rl] BorouRh
period, especially if you keep
moutli, New Jersey, (in Monday thi
is good.
line of said night-of-Way 152.96 fe. 21st
your work up-to-date.
dВ«y
of
June,
1905,
at
2
o'clock,
to a point; thence (3) South 81 degrees
Prevailing Time.
Gemini. May 2 Ma Jung 21
Sagittarius. Nov.22 to D K . 2 I
02 minutes East 178,88 feet to a point in P.AllII.that
tract, or parcel of land,
No one can teach you liow to
to Ybu
Ybumay
mayreap
reap
revarila
revarila
now now
that that
the Westerly elde of East Road : tlioncc situate,
В»nd being In Uie T<
friend.
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<4) South 8 degrees ВЈ8 minutes Weat ship of lylns
Middle!
County of Mon
iriming.
t i m B | 0 com,.
along the Westerly skte of Ea.it Tload mouth, and State of New jersey:
130.00 feet to the point or place
BEING Known and designated an
Cancer. June 22 (o July 2!
Capricorn.
Dee.
22
lo
Jan.
20
BEGINNING.
more particularly Identified on a 'Ma
When people find out tiiat you
I'eople and events seem to hol!:TOGETHER with all right, HUs andof Glendale Park, D. H. Coaby, Inc.,'
really jiitan business, lhey'11
er
you
and
make
you
difficult
Interest of the mortgagor, In and to the dated April, 1923. which mar. was file
help.
land lying in the streets and roads In the Wonmouth county Clerk's Ofto get along with,
In front of an adjoining nald premises. fice on Augil.it 3. ]!)53 ,-u) Mup JU-23 nt
Aquarius. J i n . 21 10 Fab. I?
Leo. July 22 lo Aug. 21
Being commonly known and desig- Lots 3, 4 anil 5 In block E.
You'll achieve more under twnAn uncomfortable day is denated fls No. 46 East Road, Middle- Bring commonly known iind
R
efic rays than you even dared
noted. This could perlain 10
town, New Jersey,
ialeil as No. 14 Walnut Street, Hidto hope for.
weather or social events.
ThВ« approximate amount of Use Judg- dletown, New Jersey
ment to be satisfied by said sale ii The approximate amount of the judgVirgo. Aug. 22 Is Sapt. 22
Pitcai. Fab. 20 to March 20
the turn of 118,200.00 together with the ment to be satisfied by said aale it
Leave no stone unturned in
It ia necessary i> protect your
•oets of Uils sale.
the sun of $17,000.00 together with tht
aiiievinr wliat you Kt out to. raouice* jealously u ttgatin
Daiedl May 26. 1B65
costs of this Bale.
do carl/ i s the morning.
nya largest toss.
Dated May 7, 1965
'
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO. Sheriff,
wuem, Qoidmai A Spltzar,
JOSEPH A. BHAFTO, Bharlff.
IMS, MOdan Xmi*m
Altya.
Kaplowllz & Wise. Att>В«.
June i t , 23. X, July J
MВ»y %
4,
(66.08 M
% Juni.2,
J 2
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$31,72
DENNIS THE MENACE
"ASTRO-GUIDE"
By SAUNDERS and OVERGARD
STEVE ROPER
WHEW FREDDIE ASKS, 'WHO
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FROM OLD MIKE/
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By JIM BURNETT and GEORGE CRENSHAW
NUBBIN
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MARY WORTH
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TELEVISION • THEATER • MOVIES • MUSIC • DINING OUT
Television Highlights
At The
Movies
7:304 (lJ)-Concert XIII. "The Aeolian
9-9:3В» (IS) - The Creative Penan.
Chamber Players." (Repeat.) Edgar Yarese's
"Chamberlain and Segal." If you're Interested
piece (or solo flute, "Density 21.5," and WilIn expanding your understanding and apliam Sydeman's "Chorus No. Two" for flute,
preciation of pop art, and pop art sculptors
clarinet and piano, are the featured works
in particular, tune In here for Marcel
performed by the Aeolian Chamber Players.
RED BANK
Duchamp's evaluation of the work of George
CARLTON8:30-9 (2) - Beverly Hillbillies. (Repeat).
Segal and John Chamberlain.
Batlle or Villa Klorlta 2:00- 7'1D Actually, this was Granny's show, but she got
10-11 (2) - Danny Kaye. (Repeat). No
10:40. Preview: Olrl Happy 9;05. '
a run for her money from deadpan actor
big stars, just little stars with host Danny
EATONTOWN
John McGiver playing the weatherman. In
Kaye.
Howard Morris and Danny are fine
COMMUNITY—
the plot, Granny is at war with the weather
in a skit about two Italians arguing about
Wen Wind In Jamaica 2:15; 7:15
bureau. Seems she relies on a beetle and
their children's wedding plans. There's anshe knows the bug is never wrong.
DRIVE-INother skit with Harvey Kerman and Kaye
Qlrl Happy 8:00; 12:15; This Rounder!
8:30-9.30 (7) - Shindig. Petula Clark
about an old lawyer and a reformed cronk.
may be a mite, but she's a powerhouse to
As for the rest, little Laurie Ichino reFREEHOLD
her
teenage
fans
and
a
hit
on
the
show.
turns, and singer Kit Smythe handles the
FREEHOLD—
Others
along
to
shake
the
rafters
are
P.J.
The Rounder* 8:35; Olrl Happy 7:09
vocalizing.
•10:00^
Proby, the Everly Brothers, Gary Lewis and
10:30-U (7) — Scope. "The American
ASBURY PARK
the
Playboys,
Gerry
and
the
Pacemakers,
ELVIS PRESLEY serenades a seemingly preoccupied LYRIC—
Dream — Class of '65." In an attempt to
the
Blossoms,
Dick
and
Dee
Dee,
Gary
High Wind In Jamaica 7:20; 9:30
explore the connection between overcrowded
Shelley Fabares in this pooltide scene from "Sirl Happy," MAYFAIR—
Brentoweis, and Cliff Bennett and the Rebel
conditions in our large universities and the
Battle of Villa. Plorlta 2:05; 7:00 Rousers.
Merro-Goldwyn-Mdyer romantic comedy, filmed in Pana- 10:35;
current spate of student unrest and rebellion,
Preview; Qlrl Happy 9:00.
9-9:30
(2)
Dick
Van
Dyke.
(Repeat).
vition and color. Gary Crosby, Nita Talbot, Joby Baker,
ABC Scope pays a visit to Ohio State UniNEPTUNE CITY
Another sparkler from this stylish comedy
versity in Columbus for illuminating talks
Mary Ann Mobley, Harold J . Stone and Chris Noelrliave NEPTUNE CITY—
series with a strong storyline. It seems that
with Dean John Weaver, Vice President and
The Rounders 8:35; olrl Happy 7:00
fan letters were written to boss Alan comco-starring roles in film which starts tonight at'EatonDean of Faculties; and Dr. John D. Millett,
menting on a TV show that didn't go on the
BRICKTOWN
town Drive-In Theater.
Director and Chancellor of the State of Ohio's
air, and writer Petrie is sure in a jam.
BRICK PLAZABoard of Regents; among others.
9-11 (4) — Wednesday Night at the
Olrl Happy 7:00s 10:00; ThВ« Room
era 8:35.
11-12; 30 (11) — Merv Griffin, Frankle
Movies. "The Caddy." (1953). (Repeat). One
R.P.HedleyNamed
LAURELTON
Avalon, science editor Walter Sullivan, comic
of the films made by the comedy team of
DRIVE-INAssistant Treasurer
John Byner, Basil Rathbone, and Vivian
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis before their
Glrl Happy 8:15; 12:20; Beat
Vance are all on Merv's schedule tonight.
split, and it should'please their fans. Lewis
NEW YORK — Itobert P. Hed- Blanket Bingo 10:10.
11:15-1 (7) — Nightlife, Jan Murray
is a bit more subdued in this one which comes
ley
of
83
Ingram
Cir.,
Matawan,
North of Red Bank
-(.
LOUNGE
and William B. Williams bring on jazz
as a welcome relief. Of the many songs in
has been elected assistant treastrumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, vocalists Michelle
the picture the hit is "That's Amore."
•(
RESTAURANT
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
urer of Texas Giilf Sulphur Com- ATLANTICLee and Julius LaRosa, and the author of a
*-to cnnluslon (9) — Baseball. 'New York
controversial book called "Liquor: Servant
Mets vs. Cincinnati Reds, from Cincinnati.
pany,, it was announced by Claude Dr. No 7:00: 1 0 : В« ; From R u n
With Love 8:40.
of Man," Dr. Morris Chafetz.
(Color).
0 . Stephens, president.
HAZLET
- ( "The Fabulous"
Mr. Hedley has been with Tex- LOEWS DRIVE-INCartoon 8:45; Girl Happy 8:52; 12:30
as Gulf since February, 1963, Thirty-jlx
Hours 10:30.
most recently serving as finan- PLAZAcial analyst. Prior to joining the Glrl Happy 7:00; 10:00; The Bounde
Channel 9 __
. WOR-TV
8:35.
WNEW-TV
Channel S .
Channel 2 .
. WCBS-TV
company he was employed by
EAST BRUNSWICK
_ WABC-TV
. WPIX-TV
Channel 11 __
Channel 7 .
Channel 4 .
. WNBC-TV
the Colgate-Palmolive Company TURNPIKE—
•¥
FEATURING
INDOOR—Qlrl Happy 7:30! 11:40
in New York.
7— News—Dill Beutel
5-Peter Gunn-Wlyitery
WEDNESDAY
Boms Came Running 9:20.
1—Merv Grllln—Variety
7—General Hospital—Serial
AFTERNOON
He graduated from Dartmouth OUTDOOK-GIrl Happy 8:501 10:60
11:10
9—James Beard—Women
12:00
4—Weather—TeK
Antolne
11—Pioneers—Drama
College in 1959, and in I960 re Some Came Running 10:50.
3—Love of Life—Serlol
S—Film—The Petrified Forest—
3:23
. { Octan Blvd., Long Branch
SAYRE WOODS
4—Coll My Bluff—Gamo
ceived his MBA in finance from
Leslie Howard—1 hr.. 45 mln. •
2—News— Douglas Edwards
7—Donna Rnd-Coimdy
• C Your hoit, Pnt — 222-4432 ) • the Amos Tuck School of Busi- SAYRE WOODS11:15
3:M
9—Memory Lone—Joe Franklin
The Truth About Spring 6:35: 9:55 11—Cartoons—Children
4-Local News—Jim Hortl
2—Edge of Nlghl—Serial
ness Administration.
Send Mo No Flowera 8:15,
7-Nlghtllfe-VarKty
4—You Don'l Say!—Game
*••••*•••••
SURF
:[ TONIGHT
Complete Program Listings
:<NICKIE DON
: c QUARTETTE
[JACKIE HILL*
•••••••••••
U:2S
2-Nows
11:M
2—Search Tor Tomorrow
4— I'll Bel—Gam»
7—Father Knows Best
11—Buckaroo SOD—Buck Weaver
12:45
2—Guiding Light—Serial
It—Olck Tracir—Cartoon
11:55
4—News—Ray Scherer
I:N
2—Leave It ta Beaver
4-Everyltilng's Relative
S—Cartoons—Children
7—Rebus—Game
11—Film—The Lady Confesses—
.
Mary Beth Hughet-90 mln.
1*15
CANTERBURY FAIR
AT ST. GEORGE'S-BY-THE-RIVER
Waterman Avenue, Rumson
June 18
brie Day Only F R I D A Y
l:В»
1-to trie World Turns
4 - L e t ' i Make A Deal
5—Film—Laughter In Paradise—
Alastair Sim—1 hr., 25 mln.
7-Glrl Talk-Panel
• - R i m - L a d y LuckRobert Dice—90 mln.
1:95
4-Newt-Floyd Kolber
3:00
2—Password—Game
4-Moment of Truth—Serial
7—Flams In the Wind-Serial
2 - 8 P.M.
RAIN OR SHINE
• Country Store Booth • Plants and Flowers
• Calces and Cookies • White Elephant • Pony Rides
• Gifts • Games • Merry-Go-Round
11-Newt
SUPPER SERVED 5, 6 AND 7 P. M.
,.
2:20
2:M
* - H O U M Party—UnktoHw
4-Oocton-SHial
7—Day In Court—Drama,..
11—True Adventure : •
2:55
LOBSTER SALAD OR OVEN-FRIED CHICKEN
Hot Dogs - Submarines - ^ o d a - lee Cream
VICTORY
RED BANK
MARKET
OPEN FRIDAY TILL 8 P.M.
31 W. FRONT ST.,
DELIVERY
TEL 747-0508 747-1339
ENJOY VICTORY MARKET'S FAMOUS TOP QUALITY BEEF
BOTTOM ROUND ROAST
LONDON BROIL cur mm SВ»LMI . 9 9
EYE ROUND ROAST
'99
SIRLOIN STEAK wans OKв„ў*!.89
4:M Hunt—Adventure
4 u r y at Furnace Creek
—Victor Mature—90 mln.
5—Sandy Becker—Children
11-Plonet Potrol-CWIdren
9:W
t—Film—Tartan's Savage Fury—
Lex BarRer—90 mln.
J-FIlm—Gung Ho—
Randolph Scott—l hr., 25 mln.
9—Mike Douglas—Variety
n-Beachcomber Bill
11-Let's Llpread
5:M ,
11—Three Stoogw—Comedy
tt-Once Upon a Day
tVENINO
<:M
4—News—MocNell—Pressman
5-Mlckey Mouse Club
11—News—Kevin Kennedy
13-What's New-Children
4:10
11-Loral Mews-John Tinman
CM f
7-Weamer— Ken R a t a l • :
II—Weother—Vlvlon Farrar
HAM
12 Ib.
size—Ib.
89<
IMPORTED
CANNED
size—each
Il-Spom-Bab
Wolff
11:15
II—Best of Groucho—Quit
l-NВ«ws-PВ«ter
Hvarr*
11:55
1:N
2—Film—The Grapes of V»roth—
Henry Fonda—2 hrs.. 30 mln.
4-News-Geaffrey Pond
7-Fllm-Tronsatlanllc Merry-Oo-Round
—Jack Benny—1 hr., tt mln.
1:05
4—Waterfront—Drama
1:11
4—Flfm—The Woman In the Painting—
Geronlmo Mevnler—90 mln.
1:25
9—News end Weather
.
.-, •
FANCY FOWL
AQlb.*tYC
CHICKEN
LEGS
-.>!•
•••..
. f c j f r
Yellow
SQUASH
California
ORANGES
Hard Green
CABBAGE
19 29 29
2 dozen
2 pounds
2 pounds
head
3 bunches
pound
ASBURY PARK — Tha Social
Security Administration office
here has a message for girl
about to be married, stated Benjamin Sandberg, district manager.
"If y,ou haive a social security
account number card," he says,
be sure to notify your social
security office when you change
your name. A new card will be
issued showing your new name
with the same account number,
and the social security records
will be changed to show your
new name.
There are more than 100 million individual accounts in the
social security records. The earnings record is kept according to
name and social security number.
Love Lucy—Comedy
4-Wtiafs This Sono-CamВ«
9—Farm Report
19:55
4—News—Edwin Newman
lews and Weather
11:00
J-Andy Grlttlm-Comedy
mcentration—Gome
9—Seeker*—Medicine
II—Cartoons—Children
11:10
r-News-BIII Owen
11:10
J—Metropolitan Mrmo
11:15
sws
1I:M
2—r^cCoys—Comedy
4—Jeopardy—Game
5—Hall of Fun—Fred Hall
7—Price Is Right—Game
o-Tell Me, Dr. Brothers
1—Carol Cortntt-CMIdren
Fiftyjtjwo of the 82 mountain
peaks over 14,000 feet elevation
in the United States are located
in Colorado.
AIR CONDITIONED
"THE BATTLE of the VILLA FIORITA"
PREVUE TONITE 9 P.M.
*
STARTS TOMORROW
*
9 1 1 brings hiSbeat;
gtftВ»-FRHS<T.NITE"i'iV,;.T
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NOW—EVENINGS FROM 7
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9th Record Week!
STARTS TODAY!
MARINE
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lllchlfuiils ai2-C7il
OPENS FRIDAY AT 7
BOTH THEATRES
"Roustabout'
and " P A J A M A PARTY"
'TrlATMS-
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SHOWS DВ«llYhi7FJl*SВ«T,SUH,R0LS.Iiwi2P.M.
• J4 HOUR PHOK SBWIK at M l THEATRES *
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2—Jack Benny—Comedy
5—Topper—Comedy
7—Lone Ranger—Western
1—Racket Squad—Police
t:JS
4—News—Bob Wilson
10:00
3-News-Mlke Wallace
4—Truth or consequences—Gam*
S—Film—The Bullfighters—
ILaurel and Hardy—1 hr.. SO mln.
%-Fllm—A Girls wllh IdeasWendy Borrle-90 mln.
J—Billy Graham Crusade
LAST DAY
MAUREEN O'HARA — ROSSANO BRAZZI
PLAZA
Sweet Bing
CHERRIES
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RHUBARB
Social Security Gives
Advice to Brides
'—News—BUI Owen
1—News
EVENINGS AT 8:30 P. M.
MAT. WED. SAT. SUN. 2:30
SUMMER VACATION
KIDDIE SERIES
EVERY WEDNESDAY
2:00 P.M.
FRESH MADE SALADS-POTATO - MACARONI - COLE SLAW
Large Iceberg
LETTUCE
I—Jack La Lanne— Extrclst
WALTER READE-STERLING THEATRES *
Jtumphrey Bogart—2 hrs.
THURSDAY
M0RNIN9
4:00
4—Education Exchange
FRESH, GRADE A
OUR POULTRY IS ALWAYS GUARANTEED F
For
Salad
LEONARDO - The New Jer located i s a place where the
iey Blind Men's Association will blind men couM eventually take
lebrate the 50th anniversary of part in community RctiVltiw. Afsummer vacation camp pro- ter much searching, a suitable
ram for blind men of the state, site was found in Highlands.
Successful Program
iturday, June 26.
Tq> commemorate the occasion, The value of the program was
en^ipuse, from 1 to 6 p.m.,shown almost immediately. Blind
ll be held at Camp Happiness, men who had been sheltered and
urlington Ave. Refreshments protected by their families
II be served.
learned that they could do things
The first camp for blind men for themselves, and were soon
the state was started because taking part in community activie blind men who founded the ties. Their two-week vacation
;sociation in 1910 discovered away from the pity and welllat there was a real need for a meaning protection of their fam[ace for blind men to go to re- ilies proved to them that they
ive instruction and gain ex- could live almost normal lives,
:rience away from their homes. if given the opportunity^
It was decided that a summer The first camp was small, one
imp should be established, that rented bungalow that provided
should provide all the normal two-week vacations for only eight
crealional activities of any men the first year. However, the
immer resort, and should be need has grown steadily over the
years. Today, Camp Happiness
6:10
provides two-week free vacations
2—Summer semester
for approximately 200 blind men
usader Rabbil—Cartoon
F
—Pro|ect Know—Education
from all parts of the state.
7:00
Thousands of blind men have
2-Nevn and Weather
4-Today
been helped through the "reha7—Cartoons—Children
bilitation through recreation"
7:15
S-Newi
program. A great majority of
7:В»
these men have gone on to live
5—Survey of the ArU
1:00
useful, happy lives.
J—Captain Kangaroo
This work has been carried on
5—Sandy Becker—Children
by blind men without financial
,1—Operation Alphabet II
1:15
aid from any governmental
J-Carloons—Children
source. Funds have boen raised
5—Romper Room—Children
through their efforts. Contribu1—Laurel and Hardy
tions from sighted Individuals
2-Love That Bob I-Comedy
and organizations have been the
4-Blrrhday Houw-Chlldnn
main source of income.
7—<5ale Storm—Comedy
indudine
ASSOWTO
499
FRYING CHICKENS ,29
Blind Men's Assocwtion
To Celebrate 50th Year
!:В»
2-Fllm-Hloti Sierra—
2—News—Robert Trout
5—Astroooy—Cartoon
7—Local News—Van Sickle
t - T r o l l j West-Drama
11—Superman—Adventure
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