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VOL. 88, NO. 6
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Copyright—The Red Bank Register, Inc., 1965.
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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1965
PAGE ONE
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Highlands Splits on Attorney Choice
HIGHLANDS — A five member
slate swept into office here May
11, capturing all five Borough
Council seats on a platform of
"unity and co-operation."
But at last night's organization
meeting, a split ticket was sworn
in.
In the only compatible move
at (he stormy organization session which saw the end of the
nine-year reign- of the Guiney
administration — John A. Bates
was named mayor and William
McGowan. council president.
The two men were sworn in
for their second council terms,
along with political newcomer
Mrs. Ellen M. Lynch, former
Mayor Frank J. Hall, and former Councilman Ernest A.
Vaughan. Mr. Hall previously
served on the governing body
four years, two of them as mayor. Mr. Vaughan was a councilman for two years.
Unanimity among members of
the new governing body was
short-lived, ending abruptly when
Councilman McGowan offered a
motion to reappoint John M. Pillsbury borough attorney.
Mr. Hall balked at the swift Mr. Gruber spoke up, assuring be retained "until we can get a
move, declaring "the right of ap- council that he had "already for- legal opinion on this matter from
pointments is the privilege and warded legal briefs on a law suit someone other than Mr. Gruber."
function of the mayor."
against the borough to another A motion by Mr. McGowan to
''Before the mayor offers his attorney.
table the appointment until Tuesname for appointment as at- "So
;ee — there's no con- day night was defeated 3-2. Distorney, I think we should check flict now,' he claimed.
senters were Mayor Bahrs and
into possible conflict of interest Mr. Gruber said later that the Mr. Vaughan and Mr. Hall.
on the part of Benjamin Gruber," two-year-old suit involved injury "That was a fast one," Mr.
Mr. McGowan said. Mrs. Lynch to a boy in the hill area and that McGowan said,
agreed.
he had been hired as the at"We can appoint Mr. Gruber torney. He declined to name the Mayor Bahrs then immediately
tonight," Mayor Bahrs said, lawyer who will handle the case, called for a motion naming Mr.
"and if he is in conflict which I "until he receives the papers." Gruber borough attorney for a
believe we'll find he is not — he Mrs. Lynch then made a rec- one-year term. It carried 3-2, with
can resign."
ommendation that Mr. Pillsbury
(See HIGHLANDS, Page 1)
Mazza Takes Mayor Post
At Quiet Session in City
LONG BRANCH - Vincent J.
Mazza assumed the mayor's seat
yesterday in a reorganizational
of City Council conspicMINUS TWO — New Highlands Borough Council organized latt night, naming John meeting
uous in its serenity.
JiA. Bahrs, holding gavel, mayor. Here, with him are Councilman Ernest A. Vaughan,
Last ditch efforts by former
fleft, and Councilman Frank J. Hall, right. Standing it new borough attorney, Benja- Mayor Milton, F . Untermeyer to
alter
the results of Tuesday's
min Gruber. Voting against his appointment were Councilwoman Ellen M. Lynch and
caucus meeting apparently fizCouncilman William McGowan, not shown. The pair left Borough Hall immediately zled, and the eight voting counafter meeting, refusing to pose with other council members.
cilmen, in a display, of unity,
voted unanimously to name Mr.
Mazza to the council leadership
post. Mr. Mazza received the
only nomination.
Mr. Ontermeyer had been actively courting the vote of Councilman Donald L. Phillips, who
took office yesterday, as late as
hours before the meeting, well
placed sources reported. However, Mr. Phillips refused to
change.
Matawan Planning
Details Outlined
MATAWAN — Expansion of borough hall,
purchase of additional recreation areas and
possible unification of firehouses are some of
the major recommendations In a community"
facilities survey released last night by Bookman and Dorram Inc., Montdair, planning
consultants.
.-....Details of the survey were outlined to the
Planning Board and members of various other
municipal agencies."
The report also covered school construction projections as prepared by the Regional
Board Of Education last year.
* The planning firm recommends that
thought be given to increasing municipal office
facilities by purchasing property adjacent to
the existing municipal building.
Dean Boorman, a representative of the consulting firm, recommended that the borough
purchase property on the north side of borough hall.
There is a building on the property which
could provide the borough with 3,000 square
feet of office space.
Mr. Boorman also suggested that in the
future, the two buildings could be connected
by a corridor.
.
He Mid the adjacent property now has an
assessed valuation of $24,008.
The planner noted that the building could
be used to provide office space for the boroough engineer, tax collector and civil defense
officials.
,
(See MATAWAN, Page 2)
Councilmen Sworn In
Besides Mr. Phillips, sworn in
as councilmen at-large were Edgar N. Dinkelspiel and Henry R. TAKING OATH — Three at-large Long Branch City Councilmen were sworn in yesterday at council's reorganizaCioffi. Michael G. Celli took the tional meeting. City Clerk Sanita J . Camassa, right, roadi Hie oath of office a j assistant city clerk, Mrs. Dorothy
oath of office as the council-appointed representative from the Brady, hold* Bible. Le>fr ro right, are Henry R, Oioffl, Edgar N. Dinkeltpiel and Donald L. Phillips.
third ward. His term will run
until the November election. He
replaces Mr. Cioffi who will moy^
to the first ward shortly.
"*
No action was taken on the
appointment of city attorney or
This habit of closely following move into them too hastily."
assistant city attorney. Council By SANFORD R. STAROBIN
to vote for tha sale. This informah a s agreed to carry City Attor- LONG BRANCH — Vincent Jl the minutiae of city'business has A case in point, 'he observes, tion, he says, was obtained only
ney Louis R. Alkins and his as- Mazza, who is called Vinrlle by more than once frustrated more was the recent sale of the^ity in- through painstaking study.
sistant, Jacob Rand, as hold- his wife and Vince by his friends, zealous councilmen and city of- cinerator to the Monmouth Park Dark and slender, with a reovers until a schedule for the is now called mayor by the Long ficials and has prompted his crit- Jookey Club. Though there .were ceding hairline that thins further
payment of legal fees can be Branch citizens.
ics to declare that during his strong feelings on both sides as it travels over his head, May- .
arranged.
Elected to a two-year post yes- tenure council meetings will drag whether or not to sell the instal- or Mazza looks at least five years
lation—which had not seen use younger than his 40 years. His
Appointments to a vacant seat terday, the studious-looking chera into the small hours.
on the Board of Adjustment, held ical engineer sits in marked con
Mr. Mazza defends his methods, for some 20 years—he remembers 5-10 frame appears to hold less
until yesterday by Benson Gold, trast to his more flamboyant and warning that "you can overlook that a thorough investigation of than his professed 175 pounds,
and- other city posts were not gregarious predecessor, Milton F. some important things if you the facts and figures caused him
(See MAYOR, Page 2)
discussed at the brief meeting. Untermeyer.
Mr. Mazza was nominated by Known as a "detail m a n " by
Councilman Cioffi and seconded his colleagues and close associ
by Councilwoman Lucy J. Wil- ates, Mr. Mazza admits to his
school term. About 50 persons at- son. After tHe vote, Mr. Unter- reputation, adding that "any job
MAZZA, Page 2)
done should be done properly."
tended the board session. Many
asked for reasons behind the dismissal.
Board members refused to an
swer questions put to them by
the observers, it was said, and
John Ludwig, board president,
agreed the principal is a well
qualified administrator.
TRENTON (AiP) - New Jer- siorts. Stout said his'statement Jersey Air Pollution. Control
The board voted 7-1 for the
sey was under' stern wanning was merely a draft.
Commission in a position of
withdrawal. Board member Anfrom a scientist today, that seri- State Health
Commissioner readiness for implementing legdrew P . Cancatosi cast the lone
ous health hazards could result Dr. Roscoe P . Kandle said Pat- islation," Kandle said.
vote of confidence for Mr,. Guby stalling legislation to curt) tison's report contains technical . Pattison's
report
endorses
daitis.
air , pollution from motor ve- data for the state to use if and bills to empower the Air PolluAnother spokesman for the prohicles.
when comprehensive laws are tion Control Commission to set
test committee termed the dis
standards for automobile tailDr. John N. Pattison of Cal- enacted.
missal "petty" and a "vendetta."
(See WARNING, Page 2)
ifornia said action is needed
"The report puts the New
Protestors claim the principal
now. before the smog becomes
had no. advance warning until
obvious even to the man on the
Tuesday,
y when he was called
street.
kd for
f his
hi resignation,
i i
andd asked
Pattison, a nationally reWednesday night, it was said,
=
out ol CHANGE OF COMMAND — Newly elected Mayor Vin- nowned consultant, was hired
by the State Health Department
MrVF^a^TrfesiSvjiaht, receives gavej of office from his to assess New 'Jersey's air proba private conference session, the
predecessor, Milton F. UniFeTnWy^sii^wterday't Long lems. He conducted a threeboard action took place.
A Look at the New Mayor
Dismissal of Principal
Brings Protest March
MONMOUTH BEACH-A group, protest committee, told The Regof irate parents will march on ister that, although the mayor
the home of Jfoyor Sidney B. is not a member of the Board
Johnson Monday morning seek- of Education, he could seek the
ing an explanation of the dis- answers to the dismissal question.
m i s s a l of Donald J. Gudaitis, The board Wednesday night
withdrew the principal's contract,
"elementary school principal,
Mrs. Francis Hickey of 41 Sea-just short of a month after it
had
been renewed for the 1965-66
view Ave., a member of the
State Official Urges
Green Acres Speed
HOLMDEL—"Now is the time
to act, while there Is still land
and money available."
.This advice was offered to lo-
crease to 50 per cent from the
federal agency, he cautioned that
adoption of that policy might not
lower the cost to municipalities.
"W
ght modify our own
ut.JLwe[do not, there
Speaking Bt.a joint meeting of you to get your application sub. the Township Committee, Board mitted," he said.
of Education, Planning Board and Warren J. Roggeman, Rarltan
Recreation Commission — which Township Recreation Commission
scheduled the session—the direc(See STATE, Page 3)
(See DISMISSAL, Page 2)
tor disclosed that half of $20
million bonded by the state for
the program has either been
granted or committed for grants.
He reported that there are $22
million i n ' applications on hand
for the,remaining funds but added
FREEHOLD — A builder who. erected his own home on a
that plans of many municipalities
bluff overlooking a reservoir at Colts Neck, and installed a
fall by the wayside.
He explained that Green Acres $5,000 swimming pool nearby, is under orders to remove the
can make available 50 per cent pool.
of cost of land acquisition for
Robert W. Hayden, Horseshoe Ct., Colts Neck, filed a suit
sites that are used for open in Superior Court yesterday to restrain the Colts Neck Townspace and recreation programs. ship Committee from prosecuting him for alleged zoning violaThe federal Housing and Home tions and to get an order declaring use of the pool legal.
Finance Agency, he said, can
The township's zoning officer,- W. L. Nelson, said that a
pay another 20 per cent of this complaint has been signed charging Mr. Hayden with building
cost, leaving 30 per cent to be the pool without a permit and situating it in his front yard in
shouldered by the township.
violation of the zoning law,.
Commenting on a proposed in
.
.
WHICH IS FRONT?
Reply to Stout's Report
Stern Warning Issued
Oil State Air Pollution
Branch City Council reorganiiational meeting.
~~
^
"It is
mentation is needed relative to
New Jersey's air pollution and
t h e ' extent of motor vehicle
emissions, but there is strong
evidence that air pollution may
be excessive in the metropolitan
home in 1963 without obtaining a building permit. The state- areas and Chat motor vehicle
ment says he never was questioned about the lack of a permit. emissions make a major conIn another affidavit, Sergey Padukow, an architect from tribution to this problem," he
said in a report made public
Toms River, says it is "within the discretion of the owner to
Thursday.
utilize which ever side of the house he may desire as the front
"Waiting until a serious smog
of his dwelling."
level is reached on five or ten
The zoning ordinance states that no swimming pool may be
placed "nearer than 20 feet of any property line, nor nearer to per cent of the days before
c itrols into effect
the street line upon which property fronts than the main front putting
wall of the dwelling.— or no nearer than the building line would be very dangerous to the
more delicate people," he said,
established for such premises."
"because about ten years is, reNOTICE GIVEN
Acting Township Attorney D. Joseph De Vita sent the Hay- quired to get essentially complete control of motor vehicles,
dens a letter last September advising them to "abate the violaand the number of vehicles and
tion" by removing the pool. This was followed up with a 30-day •
other sources is rapidly increasnotice preparatory to filing of a complaint.
ng each year, it is not safe to
Mr. Nelson said the Hayden family continues to use the wait until a damaging level of
pool despite the notices and that the township decided recently air pollution has been reached
to hold off prosecution "until after the holiday (July 4)."
for a year," he added.
Mr. Hayden contends that the pool was half completed
This was in reply to a report
when he learned a building permit was necessary. He said he by State Sen. Richard R. Stout,
consulted Mr. Nelson who refused to interpret on which side of chairman of a special legislathe house was the front.
tive study commission, belittleSubsequently, the suit says, the Haydens appealed to. the ing the need for more controls.
Zoning Board of Adjustment which determined that the front
Stout issued his statement beof the house was the side facing the road, and recommended fore the Legislature adjourned
a request to the Planning Board to propose a zoning law revi- for the summer. Six members
sion.,
'
of the commission protested that
Under the proposed revision, a waterway, such as the res- it was issued without their
ervoir, could have been considered a street. But the Planning knowledge and that they took
Board refused to recommend the change,
Aanp exception to the conclu-
Colts Neck Man Sues to Keep Pool
No Register
On Monday.
The Register will not be published Monday because of the
Fourth of July holiday, and Its
business offices will be closed.
Lumber Yards Closing
One o'clock afternoons on Saturdays from July 3 through Sept. 4
American Lumber, Blaisdell Lum
Red Bank Lumber.—Adv.
Outdoor Flea Market
Saturday, 10 a.m. at the Red
Bank Antique Center, 217 W.
Front St.—Adv.
Which is his front yard is the crux of the argument.
Mr. Hayden contends that since he faced the house toward
the Monmouth Consolidated Water Co. Reservoir, and put the
two main entrances, porches, and living room on that side of
the house, that is the front.
Mr. Nelson said the complaint will be served on Mr. Hayden, and his wife, Naomi, early next week and will be returnable before Magistrate Seymour Kleinburg Monday, July
12.
'
•
As part of his appeal to the Superior Court to block the
municipal action, Mr. Hayden charges discrimination, asserting
at least seven others, who he names, nave built pools with
some kind of violation since the zoning ordinance was enacted
In 1958. None have been prosecuted, the suit says.
Attached to Mr. Hayden's complaint Is an affidavit from
one of the asserted violators, Arthur Ruffalo, a partner in the
<olta Neck Inn, rtatlng that he built a swimming'pool at his
Asks Residents To
Push Hughes On
ortmnm
NEW SHREWSBURY — Councilman Lawrence J. Kirk strongly urged about 50 spectators at
last night's Borough Council
meeting to demand that Gov.
Richard J. Hughes sign bill A-741
promptly.
That bill, passed by Senate and
Assembly without a dissenting
vote, would change the basis for
apportionment of school operating costs in the Monmouth arid
Tinton Falls Regional districts
from assessed valuation to enrollment.
Mr. Kirk told the spectators,
"and I also ask' that you urge
your neighbors to do the same."
Time is important, the councilman went on, because it already is too late for the bill to
affect this year's apportionment,
and delay in the governor's
signature might well nullify the
bill's effect on next year a s
well.
By law, Gov. Hughes has until 45 days after tha.В§tate Legislature adjourns in \Ianuary. to
sign or veto the measure.
"I urge you to. contact Gov. The bill, Mr. Kirk explained,
Hughes by letter or telegram,"
(See RESIDENTS, Page 2)
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DAILY REGISTER
Friday; July 2, 1%.'
Kirk Urges Patience Mazza
Obituary In Fire Funds Probe
Five Protest Mayor
Middletown
Sewer Plan
Fort Soldier Fasting
In Discharge Plea
(Continued)
(Continual)
and
he
admits
to, keeping It supmeyer, who was still presiding
ple by playing volleyball and oc
said: "So ordered. Mr. Mayor
casionally, regretfully, golf.
NEW SHREWSBURY — "Be The letter, from James E come forward and assume th<
FORT MONMOUTH — A 21 A Signal School spokesman
During council meetings, how
patient; the matter is in the Tector of Shrewsbury Township gavel."
FREEHOLD - Superior Cou ever, he is often noticed hunchec year-old soldier, assigned to the said tie soldier, Pvt. David R.
Mr. Mazza, upon aeating him
hands of the county prosecutor's a 10-year member of Tinton Fal
Signal Center and School, here Ovall of Los Angeles, "is • reMRS. EDWARD BOYLAN
office and the Grand Jury.
Fire Company, deplores allegec self in the mayor's chair, com Judge Elvin R. Simmill will bi over in hij chair, pouring over
ANAHEIM, Calif.—Mrs. Made- This was the advice given citi- lack of fast action in getting t< mended Mr. Untermeyer foi asked to rule today on whethe. sheet of figures and hastil whose application for discharge ceiving medical attention at Patfrom the services as a conscien- terson Army Hospital for the
line Bbylan, 70, of 300 West Katel- zens of the borough last night by the bottom of charges of mi. what he termed two years o the Middletown Township can gc scrawling notes.
la Ave., died Tuesday after a Councilman Lawrence J. Kirk, appropriation of fire compan; progress. Citing various attri- ahead with a $441,292 contraci Mayor Mazza attended pub tious objector was turned down protection of his own health."
1
В»lВ»rt illetss. .,
butes of the city, he asserted for extension of the Willed Acre! ir schools in New York Cit by the Army is fasting "to prove Pvt. Ovall. reportedly was excommenting on a letter to the funds.
amined by physicians at the hosBorn in New York City, Mrs editor published in yesterday's "I, as a member," Mr. Tecto that "Long Branch is on the sewer system.
and is a graduate of St. Michael' a religious belief."
pital yesterday and returned to
Five residents of Port Mon High School there. He took a deBoylan was a daughter of the Register.
wroie, "had hoped that the ma threshhold of being one of th<
duty.
mouth,
it
was
learned
yesterdaj
finest
ciiies
In
the
nation,
add
Jate Albeit and Catherine Argin
gree
In
chemical
engineerln
ler would have received faste
The Signal School spokesman
from
papers
filed
in
court
pro
ng
that
through
two
years
ol
zo Gerradi. She lived in Lincrof
from
the.Polytechnical
Institut
action than it has. Our firefigh
said Pvt. Ovall applied for disand Phalanx, N. J., before moving capacities may be affected work with the city manager, the testing the extension plan, have of Brooklyn in 1950, and has dom
(Continued)
charge on religious ground upon
Ing here five years ago.
. . . The Borough of New Shrews- community will reach that goa obtained a restraining ordei work toward a master's degrei
Questioned later if his state which prevented signing of
Surviving are her husband, Ed
in business administration ai sponsored by Sen. Richard R his arrival at this post on Jan. 17.
bury has tried to maintain
The Department of the
Stout and Assemblymen Aifrei
ward Boylan; four daughters
hands-off attitude on the theory merit implied approval of the contract June 25 as scheduled. Rutgers University.
The
Township
Committei
N. Beadleston Irving E. Keith, said the soldier "does not
Mrs. Netta Talarico of New Hathat no borough funds are irr- present form of government am
A production supervisor for th and Patrick J. McGann, Jr., the criteria to qualify as a conof City Manager James F. awarded a contract June 8 tc
ven, Conn,, Mrs. Katherine Man
volved . . .
the low bidder, Campo Construc- National Lead Co., Sayreville, hi will rectify an inquity which scientious objector," the spokesgarella of Hastings, Pa., Mrs
"If there is no evidence ol Roosevelt, Mayor Mazza sail
Juliette Long, here, and Mrs. EATONTOWN—Four teenagers guilt, the cioud over the company that he foresees no change in ion Co., Middletown Township. has lately received training in th is costing New Shrewsbury tax- man said.
The soldier, who was graduated
The objectors, Mr. and Mrs, fieid of digital computers through payers an extra $46,000 a yea
Helen Richdale of Casanova, Va.; pleaded guilty to embezzlement, should be dispelled. But if there either.
(rom Los Angeles adult school
Movements are underway In Robert C. Young, 19 Miller Ave., company courses. He has been n school operating expenses.
four sons, Albert Gardella of a n i n d i c t a b l e 0 [f ense , and waived is evidence of guilt, the matte
Spring Lake Heights, N.J., Ed jury trial in Municipal Court yes- should be expeditiously resolved.' the city to change the form of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dingee, Jr. employed by National Lead sine
On the assessed
valuation last year, reportedly has been
1 1950.
win Boylan of Neptune City, terday.
basis, he continued, Shrewsbury reading various religious books.
"Mr. Tector stated his opin- government in the Novembe 19 Hudson Ave., and Margare
Although he had spent sum Township, with 7.4 per cent of It is not known how long Pvt.
N.J., Robert Boylan of Phalanx, All employees of Stop 'N' Shop ions in his letter as though they elections, either by direct peti- Hemberger, 22 Mercer Ave.
and Albert Boylan of Darby, Division of Family Circle Stores, were facts," Mr.""Kirk charged tion or by formatjon of a char- contend that the existing plant i mers with his family in Long the student enrollment between Ovall has been on the fast.
ier study.
Pa.; two sisters, Mrs. Ann Rt. 35, the four were charg- last night.
inadequate to accommodate an Branch all his life, it was in 1945,the two municipalities, pays only
Confirmed reports have noted extension outside of the develop- while he was with the Army in 1.6 per cent of school operating
Amodo and Miss Carrie Gerradi. ed with taking soft drinks from
Inaction Denied
that
there
now
are
five
councilboth of New York City; two the establishment's soda bar withment for which its service wa Europe, that the Mazza famil costs.
He denied that the borough men unfriendly to the adminis- originally intended.
brothers, Dominick and Joseph out paying for them.
moved permanently to the city. On a per pupil basis, Mr. Kirk
Gerradi, both of New York City; Magistrate William S. Throck- has maintained a hands-off atti trative longevity of Mr. Roose- The suit contends that service In the Army infantry, with said, New Shrewsbury pays $307
23 grandchildren, and three morton suspended fines, but di- tude, stating that it has been in relt. The five votes would be would be extended to houses built which he served from 1943-46, he yearly per child to Shrewsbury
touch with the prosecutor's of- iufficlent In the event of an many years prior to installation reached the rank of platoon ser- Township's $70 in the Tinton Falls
great-grandchildren.
rected the defendants to pay $10 fice on the matter right along.
xister move.
Services will be at 2 p.m. to- each court costs.
of the Willett Acres plant. The jeant. Because of ROTC in col Schools; and $833 to Shrews-morrow from the Worden Fu- The defendants are Chris Furthermore, Mr. Kirk said, Mr. Cioffi, when Mr. Unter- atter, it adds, was built by a lege, the mayor presently holds bury Township's $207 in MonMARLBORO - The Register's
neral Home, l e d Bank, N.J., Walter, 18, of J2S-A South St., the fire company has been in meyer had seated himself at the jrivate company and was de- an inactive commission as a sec mouth Regional High School.
with Rev. Ronald G. Albury, here; and her fellow employees. touch with Borough Council righ council table, said that when one igned only to service the de- ond lieutenant.
"It's nothing but an out-and- associate editor, William F. Sandalong,
as
well.
s rewarded and one disap- 'elopment.
ford, was commended by this
rector of Christ Church, Shrews- Harold Bresley of 33 South Fifth
After high school, his college out subsidy," the councilman township's Planning Board for his
bury, N.J., officiating. Burial will) Ave., Ronald Van Brunt of 490 Any appearance of unconcern pointed, his feelings go strongly The extension plan, it is chargcareer was interrupted by the said.
on
the
borough's
part
as
alleged
o
the
disappointed
one.
Noting
be in Fair View Cemetery, - Mid- Atlantic Ave., and Douglas RutUnder the new bill, Mr. Kirk weekly nature column, "The
ed, is in disregard of protected war, and though he attended Mon
in Mr. Tector's letter, he went hat not everyone can be mayor
dletown, N.J,
tan of 83 North Broadway, all on, arises from the fact that he said, referring to Mr. Unter township-wide sewering and is mouth Junior College for one went on, Shrewsbury- Township, Outdoor 'World."
laphazard and piecemeal. Rich- year, he returned to Brooklyn for with 7.4 per cent of the students, Mr. Sandford's article yesterLong Branch.
Borough Council was told not to meyer, that the "mayor was a
MISS LEONA BRUECKNER
would foot 7.4 per cent of the day dealt with Burnt Fly Bog, off
ird R. Schwartz, Keansburg, is his degree.
SFC John.M. Kamauna, a Fort be concerned by the prosecu- gentleman."
Texas Rd., and of the township's
ASBURY PARK - Miss Leotia Dix soldier charged with passing
bill.
he attorney for the plaintiffs.
tor's
office.
In
1952
he
married
the
former
Mr.
Dinkelspiel,
admonishing
Brueckner, 59, of the Santande a $65 bad check to Montgomery
Even Shrewsbury Township of- efforts to put a stop to littering
Rosamarie Schrieber, a native ficials, he added, feel that the there. Mr. Sanford noted that
Apartments, here, died Tuesday Ward & Co., Monmouth Shopping "The prosecutor's office will he council that "ahead of us
not discuss the case because such
of Long Branch. The couple live change would be "laudable." township officials are cracking
a hard row to hoe," com
in FiUdn Hospital, Neptune.
Center, waived preliminary hear- discussion might influence' the
in the Sea Verge apartment build Their only objection, Mr. Kirk down on littercrs, and also stated
lended Mr. Untermeyer and
Bom in Newark, she had lived ing. His case was referred to the
ing on Ocean Blvd. They have said, is that they can't afford that unless government or other
(Continued)
in the shore area 40 years. She Grand Jury. The soldier Is held Grand Jury," Mr. Kirk explained :aid that the council-manager
conservation forces move in, the
was t communicant of the Holy under a military detainer in the "One member of the Grand Jury form of government is still on Mr. Boorman also said facili- three children.
it.
rial.
area could be destroyed.
Spirit Catholic Church, here. She. county jail in lieu of $500 bail. lives in New Shrewsbury."
A State Problem
ies could be expanded by using Although he has lived in Long
He
added
that
council
cannot
Councilman Samuel A. Marks he basement of the existing Branch for 20 years, it was no
was t medical secretary for Dr. Dorothy Meier 6 Kimball Ave.,
The Planning Board's chairIf
the
bill
works
a
hardship
prejudge
the
matter
before
it
sxpressed admiration for Mr. Un- wilding or by using the other until I960 that the public life ol
Carlos Pom, also here.
man, Edward Legier, said last
Parlin, pleaded guilty to passing reaches court.
on
Shrewsbury
Township,
how:ermeyer's performance while tructure.
irvcent Mazza began to be ever, the councilman went on night that his board was in o
Surviving are her brother, Carl a $25. and a $50 bad check to
Nine members of the Tinton layor, then turned to Mr. Mazza
A. Brueckner, Allenhurst post- Bambergers Monmouth Shopping
He said the department needs haped. Conditions in the West "it is not the problem' of one plete agreement with the si
Falls Fire Company testified nd said: "You have the capa
ments expressed by Mr. Sandmaster, and two sisters, Mrs. Center store. Magistrate Throckearlier .this week before the lities of being a fine mayor." ipace for a detective, interroga- End School were said to be poor adjoining municipality; it's
ford, and proposed that copies of
Gerard Carton of Avon, and Mrs.morton accepted her plea, but dend building overcrowded. A ref- problem of the State."
Grand Jury, but County Prose- The resolution appointing Mr ion and photography room.
the column be sent to state olJunes Jagger of Lybia.
layed imposition of sentence until cutor Vincent P. Keuper consistCelli was sponsored by Mr. Un- Mr. Boorman ruled out two erendum was planned to deter- Mr. Kirk also commented on •jcials in the Dapartment of ConThe funeral was yesterday July 22, advising Mrs. Meier "to ently has refused to release determeyer and seconded by Mrs. ither alternatives — building a mine if the voters wanted to fi- a letter from Mayor Joseph servation and Economic Developfrom the Buckley Funeral Home, straighten out the matter in the tails of the case to the press.
mtirely new structure, or con- ance a new school.
Menzzopane, Jr. of Shrewsbury
Wilson. It passed unanimously.
ment.'
here. A Requiem Mass was of- meantime."
According to Mr. Tector, three Mr. Mazza, after the meeting, traction of a second floor over Joining a citizens group, Mr ~ownship printed in yesterday's The .planning board wants the
fered in Holy Spirit Church. He released the defendant on
he
front
half
of
the
existing
azza
headed
a
speakers
comRegister.
fire company members pleaded lid he didn't expect a change
Burial was in Holy Sepulcher her own recognizance.
uilding.
mittee which spread the word of "I am grossly insulted that area developed for public purguilty to fire company charges,
the time or day of City Counposes, with Green Acres funds.
Cemetery, East Orange.
and a fourth resigned.
il meetings. The meetings now He said the construction of a he city's need, overcame apathy Mayor Menzzopane picked on
iecond floor could run between nd helped gain an overwhelming Mr. Willett (Councilman Herbire
held
at
6:30
p.m.
on
the
secWILLIAM A. TURNER
ert I. Willett, 3d) alone," Mr.
ind and fourth Thursdays of each 20,000 to {22,000 while it would rictory at the polls.
NEPTUNE-William A Turner, NEW JERSEY — Sunny and
ost at least $85,000 to duplicate Mr. Mazza disclaims any partici Kirk stated. "I'd like to share
nonth.
1
76, of 39 Walnut St. died in continued pleasant today. High
ation in the drive that changed the blame; I'd be proud of it.
Mr. Dinkelspiel later said he ie entire existing building.
(Continued)
Fitkin Hospital, here, Wednesday. 80-85 fair and not so cool toRobert
B.
Kinsey,
president
of
Mayor
Menzzopane's
letter
he
form
of
government
jn
the
soon would move ID have the
A retired draftsman for Nation- night. Low in 60s. Saturday part- Mrs. Hickey said that protest meeting time changed to 8 p.m. iinsey-Loede Associates, Irving- :ity, but in 1961, in the first scores Mr. Willett for attempt- HOLMDEL - Michael Gelpke,
al Lead Co., Perth Amboy, he ly cloudy quite warm and humid committee members feel Mr. Gu- [e also said that he would move on, park planning consultants, lection under the new type, he ing "to make Shrewsbury Town- 12, of 166 Essex St., West Keans-,1
had lived in the shore area 20 high upper 80s and . lower 90s. daitis has done "a remarkable ) have the five-minute time lim- iscussed his survey of recrea- as urged to run for a ward seat ship appear the ogre in the burg, is in critical condition toV i
years. He was a member of the But lower at the coast.
day in Riverview Hospital. He /
rom the second ward. He fin- ichool situation;"
allotted each speaker during anal facilities in the borough.
job" as school administrator.
Marine
Old Guard, Point Pleasant, and
Although he admits that "there was struck by a car yesterday
Many local parents, she said, feel e public participation portion He termed the existing facili- ihed third.
of Lafayette Masonic Lodge, Rah- Cape May to Block Island — the school system here has been
the meetings lifted. However, ties as good, but said the borough The same year, after his de- may be some inequities in the on Rt. 35.
way.
Southwest to southerly winds 10 "behind the times" and needs up- e said, he wasn't sure about should consider acquiring approx- eat, he was appointed to a seat •resent payment plan," the Trooper Edwin Fourre, state
Surviving''are his wife, Mrs. to 20 knots today and tonight
tr n
grading. That, she said, the com-! y' f! to have the 60-minute iim- imately 60 acres of land for ad- >n the Board of Adjustment. In mayor blames them on "the police, south, Keyport barracks,
Ada Wentworth Turner; two sons, 15-20 knots With higher gusts
ditional use.
November of that year, Dr. Ju- many runaway real estate build- reported that the boy was crossmittee feels Mr. Gudaitis was at-1'' covering the entire public porArthur R. Turner of New Shrews- Saturday. Fair today and tonight.
Ition of the meetings rescinded, This, he said, would give the us McKelvie, a member of the ing years in New Shrewsbury," ing the highway, south of Laurel
tempting to do.
bury, and William C. Turner ol Partly cloudy Saturday. Visibility
Mr. Willett read a letter to Ave., on his bicycle. He rode
Although
some
committee j noting that the full hour is rare- borough 10 acres of recreation Board of Education, died, and
Belmar, and a grandchild.
generally more than five miles.
ly used.
land for each 1,000 of population. r. Mazza was picked to fill the Tames Dorment, Jr., associate into the path of a car driven
members
decline
being
quoted,
it
The Francioni, Taylor and Lo- High during the, past 24 hours,
:ounsel to Gov. Hughes, stating by Mrs. Evelyn Frey, 47, of
Dr. Dinkelspiel said that he Mr. Kinsey said the borough
pez Funeral Home, Asbury Park, 81. Low, 55. Ocean temperature, has been said the issue stems would push to have a Senior Citi
Brunswick, the trooper
he borough's position and an- East *
should consider acquiring 60 acres
from
the
principal's
support
of
to in charge of arrangements. 61.
A battle was continuing in the swering arguments advanced by said, adding, that he did not
the controversial 1965-86 jchoo! zerts^Day in the city established along Matawan Creek between 3oard, of Adjustment and it
issue a summons to the motorShrewsbury Township.
TIDES
and would advocate the organiza- Ravine Dr., and Aberdeen Rd. He
budget.
MRS. EMMY HANSON
dragged on for six months. A Three arguments against the ist.
Sandy Hook
"In any case," said a protes- tion of an advisory committee noted that this would require member of the board when the
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
)ill were presented by the Town- The boy has a possible skull
realignment of the creek and fill
Today-fiigh 11:39 p.m. and tor, "we feel the public is en- on senior citizens.
fracture and multiple scrapes
Mrs. Emmy Hanson, 85, of 43 Leoto use the area for recreational controversy started, he was asked ship, the letter says:
iow 5:27 p.m.
titled to an explanation of the disnard Ave.,*died yesterday in her
:o stay until it was complete. So —"The Township says that and bruises, a hospital
purposes,'
Tomorrow — High 12:22 p.m. missal from the|school board,
man disclosed.
home.
He also recommended that the or half a year his resignation assessed valuation, was adopted
and low 6:10 a.m. and 6:24 p-m.
Born in Sweden, she had been Sunday—High 12:35 a.m. and IT is anticipated that between
borough provide funds for the in> was not'accepted and, he tat on by referendum In each munic50
and
100
persons
will
take
part
ipality as the method of ap- township, it is alleged. Payment
t resident here for 58 years. She 1:18 p.m. and low 7:04 a.m. and
provement of existing play areas. both boards,
(Continued)
In the protest march at 11 a.m.
was the widow of the late John r:26 p.m.
The borough now has ,12 acres IJT1963 he ran again for the portionment when Tinton Falls in proportion to children gen: Monday. The march will form Mr. Lynch and Mr. McGowan of developed play areas, approxi- second ward seat, and this time egional was formed in 1962. erated is eminently fair, with
Hanson.
1
Monday—High 1:30 a.m. and
'
-* '
Surviving are two daughters, 2:38 p.m. and low.8:01 a.m. and near borough hall. It will pro- dissenting
mately 10 acres" that-are unde- won, defeating Walton Fisher. The Therefore, no charfee should be increases or decreases in enrollceed along Beach St. and River- When the mayor suggested veloped and is considering pur- lection then was held because made, particularly^'since New ment directly reflected in costs.
Mrs. Helen Kehoe, here, and Mrs. 1:32 p.m.
Lillian Finch of Lakewood; three For Red Bank and Rumson dale Ave. to Mayor Johnson'* postponing committee appoint- chasing another acre tract.
irovisions in the Faulkner Act, Shrewsbury Council had given —"The township claims that
grandchildren; and four great bridge, add two hours; Sea home.
ments until Tuesday, Mr. Me- Mr. Boorman said discussions inder which the city is govern- assurances that no such move their taxes would skyrocket,
ould ever be made."
which might well bankrupt
gradchildren. •
• ~
Gowan
said:
Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long
with fire officials have disclosed :d, require that initial award
Answering this argument, the them.1'
Services will be held tomorrow Branch, deduct 15 minutes; HighMore Important
that there- is merit to the idea :erms be onry two years. Ward
at 11 a.m. in. PosteVs Funeral lands bridge, add 40 minutes.
;erms normally are four years. orough's letter states that the To this the borough says the
"I happen to think committees of centralization of the borough's
method of apportionment was bankrupcty argument is "an unHome, here, Rev. Richard An(Continued)
fire
fighting
equipment
at
two
loHis plans for his tenure in of ot an issue in the referendum. subtantiated theory." Mutual
are more important than the borderson, pastor of the Presbyterian
cations.
Fice
Include
sitting
down
with
the
ough
attorney,
and
yet
you
pipe emissions, and fuel quality,
The only question was whether apartment units, now 100 per
.Church, here, will officiate. Burial
new council and manager to o regionalize in order that each cent occupied, still would atTwo Locationsand to prohibit registration of didn't want to put that off until
will be in Bay View Cemetery,
"draw
up
a
blueprint
for
the
next
next
week."
There are five firehouses lovehicles that do not comply with
municipality might receive ad- :ract occupants at a slightl;
Leonardo.
wo years and set up priorities" ditional state aid. No choice was jgher rental.
The mayor then passed out cated throughout the borough. the standards.
>
n
projects
he
wants
to
see
comcopies
of
the
committee
appointIt said the cost to set up a
ffered voters as to the method
Mr. Boorman said that the new
Uncounted Income
MRS. SERENA RICHARDSON
ileted. ...
workable system could amount ments.
jf appointment.
Shrewsbury The borough also claims the
firehouse at Broad and Orchard
BROOKLYN, N. Y.-Mrs. Se"You've changed these since Sts., should be kept as one of Outside affiliations 'include Township officials acknowledged :ownship fails to include in its
to
about
$1.5
million
over
a
rena Richardson, 94, of 114 Halsey
this afternoon when I sat in on the two central buildings.
tembership in the Long Branch that the township would have calculation income to be reSt., formerly of New Shrewsbury, MIDDLETOWN — The W. T. three-year period.
a meeting," charged Mr. McN. J., died yesterday at her irant department store, Rt. 35 Pattison gave a-pat on the Gowan. "I thought we had all Elimination of the M. E. Hal- Owanis Club and the Greater iefeated a referendum placing vived from the new Hamlltonlan
home.
shopping center, was fined $100 back to . an Assembly study agreed on these, and now I see ey Hose Co., building on Main St., .ong Branch Republican Club. pportionment on a per pupil apartments, estimated at $35,000
—"The township says yearly, "which would largely
She was the widow of Charles yesterday by Magistrate Richard committee headed by Assembly- you three (Mayor Bahrs, Mr. is also recommended by the con- In answer to his detractors who asis.
jultant.'
say that under his leadership hat school enrollment has ac- offset the additional school payE. Burke for violations of the man Alfred N. Beadleston, RRichardson
Vaughan and -Mr. Hall) got to- He said this building and the council meetings will drag, May- ually been decreasing in the ments."
Monmouth.
. Surviving are two daughters, National Fire Code.
gether after I left and changed Freneau Firehouse are in a di- or Mazza said: "Even though I :ownship, with all the increase The borough says that • addiMrs, Elizabeth Byrd, with whom The complaint was filed by "This Beadleston committee, things."
lapidated condition.
Ik at a slower pace, 1 like to n enrollment coming from the ional land is available in the
В»he made her homeland Mrs. Henry J. Lutz, Jr., combustibles among other things, endorsed
proposal to give the governor "The meeting might not have Concerning school construction, ee things move fast,"
jorough."
ownship — land which township
-Ethel Johnson of Eatontown, inspector.
been
over
when
you
left,"
me
Mr. Boorman said that the re- With the move under way to The borough's answer Is that officials have indicated will be
N. J.; a half-sister, Mrs. Martha Mr. LuU charged the firm greater authority In appointing mayor answered.
members
to
the
Air
Pollution
his argument
is not p
pertinent, used for industrial development,
gional school board has estabCrummeil of Fair Haven, N. J,, with having one of the fire exit
g
"f say the mayor has the right lished a forward-looking con- change the form of government
f
leven grandchildren, 17 great- doors locked, allowing smoking Control Commission. The idea
to aprВ»int all committees," added struction program. However, he and the antagonism on the part The bill may even benefit the bringing new tax revenue."
behind'
the
recommendation
is
grandchildren, and nine great- in the building and not keeping
if some councilmen toward the
that
there
should
be
more
public
Mr.
Hall.
great-grandchildren.
several exit lights lit.
suggested that the board conmembers on the commission.
After several minutes of angry sider the eventual expansion of :ity manager, coupled with the
The funeral will be Tuesday John H. McKenna, 94 Highland
verbal by-play between the may- the new Ravine Drive School, atalyst of the normal intensity
The
U.S.
Health
Department
at 3 p.m. In the F. Leon Harris Ave., Leonardo, was fined $25
or and Mr. McGowan, Mr. Hall now under construction, to serve ' Long Branch politics; things
Funeral Home, Red Bank, N. J. for creating a disturbance on has contended that New Jersey's
ay move fast indeed.
moved to take the committees another 200 pupils.
commission
is
too
heavily
Vanderbilt
Ave.,
on
June
24.
Burial will be in White Ridge
issue until Tuesday.
weighted
in
favor
of
industry.
Cemetery, Eatontown, N. J.
Magistrate Burke dismissed a
Mr. McGowan said, "the same He said a land use survey of
charge of violation of the townthing could have been done with \he borough indicates that populaship's liquor control ordinance.
THORNHILL DIES
tion growth in that area will re
the attorney's job."
lg!?6jJ-В»Eain.'J-PВ».ff.<!iJ!e_Ra.r- and.
Urili/Rt.
3!>'.
Mrs
er Claude Martin Thorn-hill, 56
MJWVnS
• I
- Lynch this time voting yes Drive building at a later date. OCEANPORT—Borough CounThe irt of commemorttion s varied and
died In his home Thursday after The bar had been charged with
soon as the meeting was a< Otherwise, said Mr. Boorman, the cil last night agreed to the use
subtle. We should like to help m В» В»
a heart attack. An arranger, com- serving liquor after the 2 a.m.
Journed, Mrs. Lynoh and M board would have to assign ad- of the Community Center by th
have helped so many others. Oar pnfesposer and pianist, he conducted closing time by Patrolman HarMcGowan immediately left tt ditional students to either the Board of Education as an emerMONMOUTH
MEDICAL
SKXMI
knowledge will cocractly gadt J M ,
Memorial School or the Cliffwood gency classroom next fall if it
one of the most popular of the old Reilly on June 11.
council chambers.
Long
Branch
Patrolman' Reilly said the ofSchool
in
the
township.
big name bands of the mid-1940s
is
needed.
It
was
said
the
board
JOHN VAN KIRK * SON
fense ' occurred several minutes Mr. and Mrs. William Woolley, Intercepted by a reporter, w
Mr. Boorman also suggested must supply janitorial service and
DEATH NOTICE
alter the closing hour and recom- 735 Greens Ave,, Long Branch, asked her to pose for an organ
insurance
needs
and
must
renHeadon
• Corntr
741-ail*
that
the
regional
board
consider
ation
picture,
Mrs.
Lynch
ja
BOYJJAN — Madeline, nudflenJy,
mended that the charge be dis- son, this morning.
Convwilini Ttrmi
.
747-aJl
29, at Anaheim, CatifornU. forre-locating a second planned ele- ovate if changes are needed foi
.nothing.
ls' of Llnoroft and PhaJmx, N.J missed since it was a borderline
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parks, 74
Mr. McGowan flatly refuse mentary school In the Lloyd Rd., such use,
ni wife of Edwnrii Boyjan. Her
ise.
Seventh
Ave.,
Long
Branch,
Saturday, 2 p.m.. at Wordfn
—stating he was "not interes area to the Freneau section.
l Hnmf. Rpd Bank. Inlrrment, The tavern was represented by daughter, yesterday.
F a l view C
Ctmrtery,
Middlptown.
Vlsiu
ed," and left.
r t
Middl
Vl
House Hunting! It's open seaMr. and Mrs. Charles Hobart,
tinm st fuiiВ«nU hnm*. Friday.' J.4, 7-9 Frederic Bagr, Red Bank attorAfter the meeting, May<
Sell Fast! The Dally Register son in the Daily Register Classi
p.m.
w.
ney.
17 Midway La., Eatontown, Bahrs said Mr. McGowan wi
Classified.
fied 'now,"
daughter, yesterday,
removed from the water a
Mr. and Mrs. George Sico, 42 sewer and finance committee:
Cottage PI., Long Branch, son, but will remain as police chaii
yesterday.
man.
Residents
Plead Guilty,
4 Assessed
Court Costs
Praise Given
Sandford For
His Column^
Matawan
ap.
Weather
Boy's Condition
Is Critical
Dismissed
Highlands
Warning
Store Fined
For Violation
Of Fire Code
Can Use Center
HARMMrjnimrnts
GUILD;
The Adams Memorial Home
Worden Funeral Home
60 E. FRONT STREET
RED BANK
FOR ANY
OCCASION
HONEY BEE FLOWERS
Day and Night Phone . . .
RUSSELL T. HODGKISS
464 BROAD STREET
,
SHREWSBURY
747-0557
741-4020
HARRY C. F.
JAMES A.
koliobl* Sine* 1 M 7
ROBERT F.
BY WIRE ANYWHERE
f.
John E. Day
FUNERAL HOME
85 Riverside Ave.
Suee.iior to Mount Memorial Horn.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Red Bank
C. SIDUN, Mgr.
Oppoilt* Molly Pitehar Inn
747-0332
310 Broad Strut
N. J .
Name Not Told
THE DAILY REGISTER Friday, July- 2, 1905 — 3
Menges, Baumgartner^^ Note
Hit Rezoning Plans Given Post
\State
In Freehold
(Continued)
chairman, cited progress made by
his community under the state
and federal programs. Using a
series of color slides, he demon- HOLMDEL - Who should de- What will best serve the interests
strated advantages to be gained cide the merits of industrial re- of township residents?
OCEANPORT — Borough Clerk
1
FREEHOLD - A new superin- chairman .of the personnel com by thorough planning for future zoning of land south and east "I strongly doubt that residents Harry Van Note last night was
tendent for the Freehold Regional mittee, said the original list development of a community.
of Newstead Homes here— the in south Holmdel are so incon-j
named borough collector-treasurHigh School District has been 40 aspirants had been narrow,
Advocating that municipalities Township Committee or voters? siderate of their neighbors to er to replace George C, D. Hurley
chosen by the Board of Educa- to two.
F ВЈ E E H O L D-Councilman K. Woolley and Fred Sanders on
plan for desirable changes and The question tusked of members the- north that they will put the who resigned, effective yesterday.
tion, but won't be named until a It had also been reported th;
avoid undesirable ones, he urged of the governing body last night limited economic benefit of in- Mr. Hurley has held the postj Leonard Conway will quit politics the proJReynolds side and Tobais
special meeting next Wednesday. one of the final men under coi
dustrializing
that
land
above
the
today to become the borough's Mayer and Carl Vanderveer as
local officials to take advantage by Republican committee candisix years. He replaced his father, acting postmaster. But he will!
The Daily Register was told by! sideration was Frank L. Wei of many agencies available to date William H. Menges and interests of the residents adjoinanti-Reynoldsites — and probably
George C D . Hurley, Sr., who
ing
it.
Individual board members last heimer, superintendent of Wall help preserve open space.
leave behind Democratic party won't agree.
his primary election running^
held the tax post here for many wounds which may open the way|
wick schools and a former a;
night:
•mate
Warren
E.
Baumgartner.
"The cost of dispersing traffic! yg'a^s"
Mr. MayВ«r is president of the
Spotlighting a problem in this
for at least two Republican elec- newly-formed John F . Kennedy
"I'm pledged to secrecy until distant superintendent here.
township, Mr. Roggeman re- The Young GOP leaders pro- from plants constructed there will Mr. Van Note was named borMr.
Weinheimer,
it
was
learni
tion
victories
next
fall
without
oppose
that
the
governing
body,
at
le deal is completed;" "no comnullify much of the tax to be reDemocratic Club. He said he sees
marked that during Raritan's
ceived from these ratables." he ough Clerk New Year's Day to] position.
lent untii Wednesday;" and, " I yesterday, since has removec planning there was excellent co- its meeting Monday,'July 19:
no possibility for a united party
replace
former
clerk
William
P
.
I can't
ca be telling you things they himself from consideration, a
contends.
In moving from Borough Hall effort behind any Democratic canoperation between the Board of —Scrap the zone code reviFleckner, who resigned at that]
Mayor's View
(the other board members) want cision which prolonged th Education and. the Recreationsion as it now stands.
to the Post Office, Mr. Conway is didates unless they repudiate Mr.
board's examinations beyond th Corrimission.
to keep under their hats."
—Reintroduce it, deleting indus- Mayor Poole, prefacing his time. Mr. Van Note said his resigning as a councilman and as Reynolds or the latter removes
name will be on the November
date when Mr. Frisbie was
trial
rezoning
of
the
disputed
reply with the comment that he ballot to continue in the new
Democratic nominee for mayor. himself.
,The latter observation ca.... leave.
John A. Fitzsimmons, commisacreage adjoining Newstead.
is not opposed to the referendum post.
from Dr. Jacob Lewis, Freehold
sion
chairman
here,
pressed
for
With the party's local execu- The chairman said he expects
In the interim. Dr. John W
—Put the question of rezoning told The Register:
Borough, board president.
tive committee deadlocked at sev- that his ouster will be the price
Gleasoji, principal at the centra establishment of better relations of that land before the voters in
Mayor
Edward
C.
Wilson,
Sr.
" I can't evsn tell you if there's Freehold Regional High Schoi between the two corresponding j
en to seven over the leadership demanded for unity.
"I don't think every controvercommended, the work of Mr. Hura referendum.
going to be a meeting, or what building here, is acting superii units in Holmdel.
sial issue need be placed on a
of Abe Reynolds, it appeared it "I am happy to step down anyley,
who
is
leaving
the
borough.
may happen," he added, "because tendent.
—Begin
action
toward
adoption
referendum. There should be
won't be able to agree on replace- time the committee can elect
In a series of proposals he reI'll be away and won't take part
of
an
official
township
map,
other
ways
to
solve
problems.
ments for Conway in either capac- someone who will take over in
At Wednesday's conferene iterated one previously made to
in the meeting."
giving
consideration
to
use
of
ity and that Republicans seek-, the best interests of the Demo"I realize it is often political
board members also talked wil the school board.
the
disputed
iand
as
either
recing the posts in November will cratic party," he said.
The board conducted its final representatives of Radey an
suicide to propose unpopular
,
Reading from the commission's
win by default.
Interview Wednesday night with Radey, Camden, architects fc 1965 Comprehensive Recreation reational o r residential.
measures, but then, we knew
"But I would not demean myself
candidates for the post resigned the district's third high schoo Plan, Mr. Fitzsimmons said that Commenting on a proposal that when we sought public ofFor Republican i n c u m b e n t j to compromise with that group
by Kenneth M. Frisbie. Mr. Board members said no deland to be purchased for themade- at Monday night's public fice. We were elected to make LONG BRANCH — Ellas B. Mayor Frank E. Gibson it would (the seven committeemen against
.Frisbie, after 10 years in borough cision has yet been reached o: proposed intermediate school and hearing on the ordinace by Pat decisions.
Ellison of 385 Lake St., Oakhurst,
mean election to his third term. him.)
and regional school top adminis- whether to build the proposed 1 land for future expansion should P. Posada, Jr., Recreation Com"This ordinance is a Planning was listed in fair condition today
A $10,500 Post
trative posts, quit effective 650 pupil school on school-ownei
Asked if he would hold to that
in
Monmouth
Medical
Center
mission
vice
chairman
and
Demobe paid for by the board. This
Board proposal, recommended by
Wednesday to return to the classMr.
Conway's
appointment to position even if the party could
here,
suffering
from
multiple
rib
cratic
candidate
for
Township
property in Manalapan or Mai\ is what he read:
our planning consultants and by
room.
Committee, Mr. Baumgartner had the Monmouth County Planning fractures received y e s t e r d a y the $10,500 postal job, to succeed not then put up candidates for
bora townships.
"The remaining areas should
retiring Vernon Statesir, came as mayor or for election to fill the
Starting later this month, he A topography study is bein be procured by Green Acres ap- this to say:
Board. We must balance these morning in a two-car accident at
a surprise, He has been an active! Conway vacancy in November,
will join the faculty of the Uni- made of the Manalapan site — plication, thereby substantially! "I think Green Acres purchase recommendations against the pos- Norwood and Hollywood Aves.
versity of Maine. His salary was one is already in hand for Mar! reducing, total land cost to theof the land for recreation pur- sible discomforts to a certain Mr. Ellison was a passenger candidate for it for more than a he replied:
$15,09 a year here.
in a car being driven east on year, but the tight Democratic "Positively."
poses is a good idea. I thought number of our residents."
boro—and a site selection is
Holmdel taxpayer.
Hollywood
Ave. by Lilith Poison, party situation had indicated no As chairman, Mr. Reynolds has
Two weeks ago, Irving Eggert, pected to be made at the board1
so
two
months
ago
when
we
had
Committeeman Vincent J . Ma"To insure perpetuity of good
27, of 485 Cedar Ave., West Long choice would be made for some no vote in committee business beColts Neck, vice president and regular meeting July 12.
the
concept
included
in
our
neri,
defeated
by
Mr.
Menges
in
relationships between the board
Branch, who was driving on a time.
and the commission, we recom- (Young Republican) platform." the primary, contended that a learner's permit. Miss Poison Rep. James J. Howard, taking cause he is not a member and
the committee has no bylaws auMr.
Baumgartner,
referring
to
referendum
"would
take
the
mend that an agreement be
the cue from Mr. Reynolds and
thorizing the chairman to break
another statement made Monda; Township Committee off the hook, was treated at Monmouth Medidrawn . . . relative to.
state committeeman Paul Kiercal
Center
for
multiple
contunight, continued:
lies.
but I'm not certain what it would
"Facilities to be. utilized by
nan, submitted Mr. Conway's
sions.
"Of course 244 residents do not do for the residents of Newstead.
Mr. Mayer said Councilman
each party.
The driver of the other car, name and postal authorities ap- Conway's appointment was "no
constitute a majority of the vot- "I'm still in the process of
"Calendar
of
days
and
time
Jules A. Saltzman, 22, of 376pointed him Wednesday. He willshock."
NEW SHREWSBURY - Coun Board hearing transcript, only re
ers,
but
I
feel
they
represented
weighing
comments
made
at
the
take over from Mr. Statesir this
cilman Robert F . Henck, with cently available, and the Zonin that facilities can be used.
a cross section of this township. hearing. Adoption of the ordi- West End Ave., here, who was morning.
"I had predicted," h e added,
"Leadership requirements.
Councilman Daniel J. Arnold, 'Board's reversal of the Plannin
There were also petitions present- nance requires a lot more proceeding north on Norwood
Just a week ago, Mr. Statesir, "that he would not be our candimember of a committee appoim | Board decision,
"Damage control measures.
ed bearing 750 signatures.
thought. I'll consider the possi- Ave., was not hurt.
postmaster for 10 years, said he date come Election Day. He's
ed by Mayor John E. Lemon, Jr, Final adoption of an ordinanc
Patrolman Anthony J . Gervo"If the committeemen are sin- bility of a referendum."
"Overhead charges.
hadn't received word whether his a good man and I wish him well.
to meet representatives of thi appropriating $13,900 and authc
lino
investigated
and
did
not
isJoint planning of new schools jcerelyy interested in learning
how
Committeeman
Harry
D.
Pitchg
retirement would take effect on (Aloyious) Sam Crawford would
Monmouth Regional Board
rizing issuance of bonds or note, and new public recreation areas." 'the
majority of
of residents
residents feel
feel er maintains the question is one sue a summons.
the majority
schedule. And Mr. Reynolds said have been my choice, but that's
Education on the ever-presen to finance improvements to Gar
thaf must be decided by the comhe didn't expect that any of thethe way it goes."
The commission plan, contain- they should have no objection t
student parking problem, sail den PI. was delayed until thf
putting the question to a refer- mittee, not by the voters.
political aspirants would be Mr. Crawford, vice chairman
last night the school board wouli July 15 Council meeting. Coun ng recommendations for the
"At this point," he said, "it
endum."
named right away.
of the local committee, so far is
not meet on the question. Several cil wishes to consider bids for th< governing body and the Planning
(the 'referendum) cannot be a
Question of Interests
But Mr. Howard, whose preroga- the biggest loser in the party
attempts to make a date havi work before adopting the mea Board, divides the township into
subject
for
discussion.
Use
of
the
Mr.
Menges
offered
these
comfour areas. It spells out approxitive it is to recommend postmas- struggle.
failed, h e added at a Borougi sure.
land is a matter that must be demate acreage that should be ments:
ter appointments, decided to He had been the beneficiary of
Council meeting.
Stavola Contracting Co., Inc. o
"There is not just a question cided by the Township Commit- RED BANK — John J . Connett, move quickly,. A permanent apappointments as a chemical test
He introduced an ordinance al- Hamilton Rd. was awarded a con designated in each area for open here of best use of the land tee."
pointment is subject to a Civil
ready approved by the State De- tract for road materials on i space and recreation purposes.
Democratic
Committee- 2 North St., Rumson, last night Service test but the congressman iupervisor for the state Racing
Planners
are
urged
by
the
compartment of Law and Public Safe- low bid of $3,611. No award wa
man James H. Ackerson declined was fined $80 for Improper dis- may pick from among the three Commission at Monmouth Park
and Freehold Raceway, earning
ty establishing a two-hour park- made on two identical bids fo mission plan to enforce an exto comment, "now, or in the fu- play of license plates on his car. with the highest grades.
sting
measure
calling
for
sub$2,300 a year extra income.
ing limit between 8 a.m. and
Magistrate Francis X. Kennelly
ture.".
1,890 tons of bituminous concret dividers to dedicate .033 acres to
Mr.
Gibson
has
30
days
to
atp.m. Monday through Friday or paving material. This requireMr. Reynolds removed his
Associate Young Republican imposed a $55 fine on Robert E .
Cloverdale Cir., Meadow Dr., am ment will be readvertised, bids t :he township for each residential
Committeeman Edwin Liebenow White of 34 Stevens Ave., New tempt to fill the vacancy caused n a m e from consideration for
unit
to
be
constructed.
Such
dedi
by
Councilman
Conway's
resignaSouthern Dr.
'
these jobs this year, however,
agreed with Mr. Menges and Mr. Shrewsbury for driving without
be submitted July 15,
cated lands would be used for
tion. He might propose the names after Mr. Crawford took up sides
Residents on the three street
his license or registration.
Baumgartner, and said:"
recreation.
A
letter
of
resignation
from
of
either
of
the
two
Republicans
have complained that Monmouth
Robert Hostler of Borden Ave.,
against the chairman and made
The plan recommends that the FREEHOLD - Angelo J . Sa- "It would be one way to getAsbury Park, was fined $20 for running for council in November, a strong pitch for the postmasPatrolman Edward J. Holden,
Regional students driving
a picture of how the people feel.
school have blocked the thorough- five year veteran of the polic. governing body expedite proposed lerno, Belmar Ave., Oceanport, I would certainly go along with leaving a disabled car on a Anthony Smith or John Thomp- tership.
fares by leaving their cars park- force, was accepted with regret land purchases for recreation pleaded guilty before Monmouth it. This (rezoning) is a big de- borough street overnight, and fl} son, but it is probable either The chairman contends that he
Mr.. Holden advised Council h i purposes and submit applications
ed on both sides all day.
County Judge Thomas J . Smith cision and apparently at least 25 for parking it on the wrong side would be rejected by the four made a commitment to Mr. Conintends to further his education ?or Green Acres funds.
yesterday to bookmaking Feb. per cent of the residents are op- of the street, and James H. Gaf- Democrats who hold a political way for support after Mr. CrawPublic hearing of the ordinance with a view to taking a law deJames J . Truncer, park plan- 2, in Long Branch.
frey of Fair Haven Rd., Fair! majority on the council.
was set for Aug. 5.
ford said he also would support
gree,
ner for thefifounty Recreation Salerno also has been indicted posed to it."
Disagreement Seen
According to Adm. Andrew G
the councilman. Later when Mr.
Mr. Posada declined to specu- Haven, received a $15 fine for
Commission,
told
the
group
that
for possession of lottery slips on late on a referendum. He said driving with an obstructed rear, After 30 days, the Democrats Crawford bid for the job himself,
Shepard, tax assessor, the Re- Councilman Francis L. Coope.
the
county
hopes
to
some
day
;
view and a suspended $15 fine would have a chance. But they Mr. Reynolds said "he took a
the same occasion and has
g onal Board refuses to, permit voted against the motion to ac
provide a park and recreation pleaded innocent. That count wil: that the possibility remains that For driving on the sidewalk.
are divided two to twO-iFrank 'gamble and be knew it."
student parking on school ground: oept with regret. " I don't approw
the committee will voluntarily
program
for
all
areas
In
Mon
be dropped at time of sentencing, delete the controversial portion
on the theory that driving to of the motion as worded," b
mouth. He said that plans a r e July 30.
said.
"I
would
just
accept
the
school makes poor scholars.
well on the way to provide a pro- Oscar J . Wright, 18th Ave.,of the code revision.
"I think the theory is un | resignation."
gram that will "be among the Wall Township, pleaded guilty to
warranted," he said. "Some ol
He would not comment further best."
possession of lottery slips Feb.
the kids who drive to school are Mr. Henck announced that the
Committeemen Harry D. Pitch
on the honor roll."
written examination for the post ir and Vincent J. Maneri urged 18 in Wall Township. He will be
sentenced July 30.
Dr. Samuel E. Furman, a den- of probationary patrolman will be
:ommiss!oners to select the sites In other cases before Judge
tist, of 929 Sycamore Ave. will held Aug. 14 at 10 a.m. in Tinton
:hat they recommend for recrea- Smith:
have to build a five-unit profes- Falls School.
ion areas and submit these se
A jury acquitted William Pursional building or nothing at al On recommendation of Police
ections to both the Planning year, Springwood Ave., Asbury
on a three-acre site on Sycamore Chief James A. Herring, Mayoi
Board and the committee. Mayor Park, of breaking and entering
Ave. adjacent to the Garden State Lemon appointed Patrolman A
Alfred-C. Poole cautioned against
Parkway.'
Robert Gant, a two-year veteran permitting the issue to become Nat's Jeweler's, Broadway, Long,
Branch, Nov. 4, and aiding and
A resolution introduced by to the grade of patrolman sec wlitical.
abetting the theft of three watches
Councilman Herbert L. Willett, 3d ond class; and'Patrolman Charlei
worth $450.
wag adopted prohibits issuance ol K. O'Connor, who is completing
Fred Jackson, Myrtle Ave..
a building permit for the project his first year on the force, tt
Neptune,
pleaded guilty to breakunless it is built according to the rank of patrolman third class
ing
and entering the Jewelry
original specifications in a useBoth promotions, approved bj
shop and stealing the watches. He
variance granted the dentist in council, are effectvie July 1.
will be sentenced July 30.
March by the Zoning Board.
Mr. Henck announced tha. RUMSON - Police are ln-1Anthony C. Gagliano, Newark,
Mr. Willett explained that D r
under the rating system devised "estigating a breaking and enter- pleaded guilty to breaking and
Furman now wants to erect only
by Chief Herring and Police Sgt. ing and attempted theft of entering the Jersey
Freeze
a single-unit structure, com
Fred J . Garrabrandt. Patrolman rhiskey and a typewriter from Drive In, Rt.9 traffic circle,
pletely different from the original
Gant scored 144.5 and Patrolman he Rumson Yacht Basin, First Freehold Township, Sept. 6, 1964,
plan. The Planning Board grantO'Connor 136.
ve.
and stealing $21 cash and $110
ed site plan approval of the
K'ssogoodit'sguaranteed.
•mailer project, the councilman "A score of 120 is average," he The breaking and entering was worth of cigarettes. Sentencing
discovered
a
t
2:35
this
morning
was set for July 16.
You'll like this bread or
caid, despite the fact that the said. "It's a real pleasure t o adwhen Capt. James Shea, on rou- Willie Lee Johnson, Colts Neck
variance was granted on the basis vance these men."
you'll get your money back.
Mr. Henck also announced thai ne patrol, noticed a man carry- Township, pleaded guilty to stealof the five-unit building.
Delectable with m e a l s . . .
ing
an
electric
typewriter
across
ing $461 from John Fieramosca,
Mr. Willett, a Planning Board five owners at unfenced swimdelightful forsnacks. (Ideal
owner of Colonial Farms, Rt. 537,
ming pools in the borough will be the yacht basin's parking lot.
member, voted against the apnotified by police that they have The man dropped the type- Colts Neck Township, Oct. 13,
for toast and sandwiches,
proval.
Council agreed unanimously to until a week from Sunday to get writer and fled when he saw the 1964. He will be sentenced July
of course.)
30.
postpone continuance of its hear- them fenced according to theolice officer.
Police
found
16
bottles
of
Mrs.
Carol
Gllnsman,
24
Moniwimming
pool
ordinance.
ing on the Planning Board's dehiskey, taken from the bar,
tana Ave., Port Monmouth,
nial of site plan approval for the
in a small boat tied at the dock. pleaded guilty to neglecting her
Duncan Thecker Associates concigarette vending machine in two children, aged 4 and 2, June
crete batching plant on Hamilton
he b a r also had been broken 17, in her home. She will be
WHITE
Rd.
ito, police said.
sentenced July 30.
Councilman Lawrence J. Kirk
BREAD
Police said they had not yet
moved to continue the hearing
Ietermined whether (he boat 6e- Sell Fast! The Daily Register]
until Aug. 5 to give councilmen
snged at the yacht basin.
Classified.
time to consider the Planning
Freehold Regional Picks
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Councilman to Become
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Man Injured
In Accident
Student Parking Problem
Again Confronts Council
Rumson Man
Is Fined
Bookmakim
Admitted By
Oceanport Man
D* D* K
Rumson Entry
Is Probed
it's - what?"
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JANE PARKER
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I ml
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cftA
lijiAlLon.
iffice building,, from which the |
ypewriter had been taken, and
he bar was gained by breaking |
Jndows, polioe said.
Fair Haven polioe assisted theji
>cal department in a vain search ||
ir the culprit.
Capt. Shea and Patrolman II
John Gaynor head the Investiga- II
FREEHOLD — A Judgment
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Superior Court Judge Elvin R.
Simmil! in favor of a Freehold
girl injured when she was struck
I by a car Slid of her father for
medical expenses.
The award in favor of Colette
iheehy, 7, and David Sheehy, 62
Hull Ave., Freehold, was against
1
the driver, Conover Anderson, House Hunting! It's open sea-1
ir., Freehold. Of the ward, $5,- son in the Daily Register Olassi-|
500 is for the child's injuries and led now.
$3,000, for expenses.
Colette was struck while cross
ing Brinckerhoff Ave., at Kiawah
!\ve., Freehold, Oct. 4, 1962. Wiliam D. McGovern, Freehold,
attorney for the Sheehys, M.
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a strong one—in the relatively the market rallied Tuesday and
new discount merchandising held Wednesday regaining about 25
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by putting major emphasis on an all-time peak May 14.
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safe and wise. We have been ap- 4.52 million shares from 6.93 milproached b?- a representative of lion Wednesday.
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Monmouth Lodge was a par-Grace
Gt A В« P
50-H Walworth
ticipant in the recent convention Greyhound
Warn
B
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98',i
Gull o n
Un Tel 48В»J
of District Grand Lodge at Ki-Hamm P a p S* Wn
Wests m
S',4
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Mot
amesha Lake, N. Y., which fea- 111 Cent lnd S3
15%
Woolwth,
30%
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tured Gov. Hughes*of New Jer-Ing
42 U Xerox Cp '" U%
Bus Men 461
Ynstt BhftT -30В«4
sey and Goy. Tcranton of Perm-,Int
Int Harv
M
NEtTUNE
in MONMOUTH gnd OCEAN COUNTIES
OFFERING:
SATURDAY
BANKING
HOURS
2814
144%
<0>i
LbCAL SECURITIES
MARTIN L. lAILlY
_
Aiilitant Ctihiar and Mani|В«r
Ocmtn Townihip Office В§.,
Asked
Wv.
11
25%
1314
6%
C t i a i r m t n o ft h e leard•--••
Collataral Loans
ROMRT M. IIATTII
14,159,396.09
;
...
. 9,027,932.50
15,077,119.20
....
..
Furrtirur* tni Fixrurat
OthВ«r Aisah
WILLIAM M . RLOOR
Aiiiitant Cashitr and Mtnta.tr
Octan Grov* Offiet
„..
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TOTAL __._
EDWARD C . I R O I f t t
Trui* Officer ,
CARLCASRIEL
Attorney at Law
920.308.SO
244,7o2.4В»
5O5.648.9J
U O Y D . P. CHRISTIANSON
Preitdant, Electronic
-
FRED HUNSDORFER
. Ai.iitant Viet Pr.j!d»»r
H . CTANLEY JOLINI
A i a n t Vic.
ROIERT L KIN&
Auditor and Comptroller
..Certified Public Accountant!
Rudolf, Cinnamon * Ctlifafe
JOHN W . FLOCK
Pretident; John W . Fleclt
Funerel Home
..$ 1,952,905.00
Undividad Profit*
1,115,329.96
*RВ»tarvM
_..
Unearned Incoma and
1,580,075.90
...
Otttr Liabilitie-i .
494,487,07
72,449,026.50
*Thit rn*rv* is •ntiraJy.'available for tht afctorption
of any loan lott*t that may develop in tha futurayind
has been sat aiida out of a^cumulatacLprofitrby rha
Beard of Director! under a formula approvod by tha
United States Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service.
AlBIRT C. ROHLFS
JOHN C *IORDANO
AHemty; Giordano t Giordano
MAURICE ORUIER
,
Inveitmtnt Coumtlor
IRON HESS
_ . ' •• •,
Preiident, H e n Oil * Ch.nfleal Corp.
$81,110,919.43
IRVING NEWMAN
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PHILIP H. ISELIN
: , TOTAL ..
FRANCIS RINSLHIN
Vice Praiidtnt, Ntphin* Office v
'
•EORSR J. PREDIRICKS
Preiident, Keator Propeftiti, Int. •
3,247.095.00
Dapositt . ...
CHARLES T. MacLAIH
Vie* Prejidtnr and
Aniitant Truit Offleer'
.
MORRIS CINNAMON
$11,110,919.43
Common 3f*В«k
Surplus
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,AtiВ«e!atti, Inc.
LIAIILITIir
i
CHARLES E. JONES
' Attorney at l a w
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JOHN P. KIELY
Preildent, J. f. Kltly Centtructlen Ce.
Preiident, Thomei Procter Company' ''
KINSIY N. MERRITT •"•'
.
. Preiidtnt, Emaritui, Ocean Sreva
Cemp Meeting Auoelation '
THOMAS NICOL
Preiident, Thomei Nicol Co., Inc.
Afiiitanf Vice Preifdant and
Managar Inttallmtnt lean Dtpt.
OFFICES
ASBURY PARK ............
EUERY C. SCOTT
Trui* OHic.r
DEAL
......... 308 Main Street
Norwood Ave. at Campbell Ct.
P. DONALO S9UILUNTE
A.ilitant Vice Preiident and
Manager W n t Long Branch Office)
LONG BRANCH .....................
NEPTUNE
...I
JOSEPH THUMMESS
Praiident and Chief Executive Offleer
OCEAN GROVE
v ._
WINSTOM 6 . WATTS
Aitittant Caihiar
OCEAN PORT
" .
JAMES B. CARTON, JR.
Attorney; Carton, Nary, Witt
and Arvanitii
'- '
17,487,650.14
Banking HOUJM _ . . .
Vic. Praiidaiit and
Asiiifant fo fh* Prtstdtnt
HENRY F. IURFIIND
Captain, U. S. Navy, Retired
12,417,041.55
Bond* and Mortgagee
niRF. IIIL
—
SIDNEY W . UNDER
Certified Public Accountant
Loam and Discount!
Assistant Caihiar and Managar
Daal Offic.
.
.
LOUIS J . IAREOUR
Executive Vice President
U. S. Sovtrnmtnt Bondi
' Inveitmerrt Securities
HELEN A. SCHUMAN
Auiittnr Caihiar
Belmar-Wall National
3.00
Central Jersey Bank'
Eatontown National Bank
Farmers & Merchants
'
' • •
First Merch. Nafl Bank .25 plus Btk. ' (x)
First National Bank of Spring Lake
First National Bank of Toms River (x)
First State Ocean County
Keansburg-Middietown
' 1.40
Monmouth County National*
(xx) .18
N. J. National Bank
Ocean County National
Peoples National, Keyport
3.00'
People National Bank of LakewoodSea Bright National "
.
1.25
Trust Co. of Ocean County
JAMES R. IAREOUR
Caifi tni Dua from'Bankt _.._.
LOUIS J. URIOUR
Exacutiva Vica Praiidanl
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DIRECTORS
RESOURC ES
JAMES R. IARIOUR
Chairman ef tha Board ef Diraeten
Atiiitant Caihltr
BANKS
in ALL SAYINGS
as ef JiiM 30. 1965
ROY H. OLSEN
Quotations from NASD s t approximately 3:00 p.m. Bids are Interdealer prices. Prices identified by * are Inter-dealer asked prices.
Inter-dealer quotations do not include retail markup, markdown or
commission. Other asked prices have been adjusted upward' to
Include approximate markup.
on FULL BALANCE
STATEMENT OF CONDmON
OFFICERS
ROBERT D. BROWN
Auiirant Caihiir
INTEREST PAID QUARTERLY
ACCOUNTS
MICHAEL F. ARACI .
Viea Praiidtnr *nd CВ«iM*r la
Charge ef AJminiitratien
3i
84.
3DH
ONE-STOP
for all
BANKING
SERVICES
9:30 A M . В»<В» 1*0 P.M.
at al
DRIVE-INS
and WALK-UPS
SI
Int Nick
Int Piiper
'*?!
THE ONLY MAJOR BANK
A K Lud
Alice PTВ»
AHfcd Oil
V
Allla Chal
20'i
Alcoa
72 V
Am Alrlln
Am Btk Sh MVt
58'4
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Am Cyan
72 В«i
Am Friy
17 U
Am Mot
12
Am Smelt
50.54
Am Std ,
Am Tel Tel
67 l j
Am Tab
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Anaconda
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sylvania as" speakers. Seymour
Corwin, Little Silver, headed the
local delegation.
.(Formirty Aibury Park k Octan &revВ« Bank and
Ntw Janty Truit Company of Long Branch) :
OCEAN GROVE
Price Rally
Continues On
Wall Street
Egg Market
ew Jersey l\lational
WEST LONG BRANCH
By ROGER E. SPEAR I
Roger E. Spear
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OCEAN'TOWNSHIP
SAMUEL J.ZIEGLER. JR.
Vice Pieiident and TruВ»t Officer
'. 174 Broadway
Corlies Ave. at Atkins.
Main Ave.
346 Ocaanport Ave.
Sunset Ave. at Hwy. 35
WEST LONG BRANCH ... Locust Ava. at Wall St.
•
WALTER READE, JR.
Chairman of the Board,
.. Walter Reade-Srerllna, lВ«e.
WILLIAM H . SULLIVAN
Preiident, Shore Get ( Oil, I n c
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:
JOSEPH THUMMESS
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Preiident and Chief Executive.Officer
DR. W I L L I A M * . VAN NOTE
President, Monmouth College
DR. ALEXANDER VINEIURO
Optomttrlit
DAVIP A. WERILIN
Preiident, "JETS", Gotham
Footbell Club, Inc,
« • •
n
INDUSTRIAL
ADVISORY
Alkon Industries
Brockway*
DAVID H . AITIRMAN
D.D.S.
Family Circle
Laird
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Monmouth Capital
(x)
Monmouth Electric
Monmouth Park*
N. J. Natural Gas*
(x) Cash
Rowan .
• - - --•--•- •
Spiral Metal
U. S.- Homes
Walter Reade • Sterling
Winslow Tel.
(z) Divided
(xx) Kuj Stock
%
xiy,
20
1'/*
20
EVERETT T. CAUPPMAH
.Retiree1
MARTIN L C O H N I I I '
Vice Preiident,
Joieph F. Stain, Inc.
FRANCIS E. IIERSTADT
Colonel, U. S, Army,
Retired
HOWARD W. BROWN
Retired
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RICHARD P. •IEEONS
Managtr, Ocean Grov*
Camp Matting'Allocation
THOMAS r. WHY
Vice President,
Themai Procter Co.
DANIEL RRUMAN
Praiident,, Seaboard Service
Member Federal Roierva Syitem]
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COMMITTEE
JOSEPH В». MCCARTHY
IIRNARD PISKOI
Preiident, Norwood
Diirrlbutert
Retlrtd ".
ROY C. PARSONS
' Retlrtd .
JOHN >. REILLY
Mtyor, Ocean Townihip
HENRY H. PATTIIBOH
Attorney at Ltw
JOHN P. n O C R F I K H
Medical Doctor
Member Federal Depoilt Imurtnce Corp,
JOSEPH WARDILL
Meyer, Twp. of Neptune;
Prei. Werdelli Dairy, Inc.
HARVEY I . WARDILL
ban. Mqr. end Ant. Sac.
Monmouth Park Jockey Club
EDWARD WILSON
Meyor, Ooeenport
TOE DAILY REGISTER
FrM*y, July 2, 196S — S
From Our Readers
, ' ThВ« Register welcome* fetters from Its readers, provided
; they amtain sigMtture, addreu and telephone number. Letters
should be ttalted to JOO word*. Endorsements of political candidates or commercial products are not acceptable.
Matawan Library Question
1
74 South Muuin AvВ«.
East Orange, N. J.
T o the Editor:
I have just received a copy of the editorial "Matawan
irary Question" from your June 16 paper which prompts
to a reply.
<
', The Board of Trustees and Rothines Associates, library
consultants, entered into an agreement on March 1, 1964. to
produce a library survey which would anticipate the needs and
growth of library service for the Joint Matawan Public Library and make recommendations for the steps to be taken
to develop a proper library service to meet these needs. As
'part of the agreement, existing Master Plans were to be pro'vided, or saving that, contact was to be made with the Master
Planners to make certain thafthe recommendations of site
'fell within the land use recommendations of the planners.
'
The library consultants had to make contact with the
planners which contact was maintained during much of the
base study as made. The consultants were informed that
neither planner had actually started work since neither of
had received actual retainers and that at least in one
ie the planning was contingent on receipt of planning grants.
letheless, the library consultants kept in contact with both
planners and after eight months were finally able to get a
.compatible map showing the true relationship of both town,fhip and borough.
In the interim, the consultants were carrying out their
charge which was to provide the Library Board (the duly appointed governing body of the Matawan Public Library) with
a necessary program which would take into consideration all
standards, would consider the possible availability of library
instruction grant funds, and service grant funds and would
provide the joint communities with the essential library serv;
ice needed.
'
The board was assigned to set policy for a public library
which in its current 800 square feet of space had never been
' capable of serving the library needs of the community. The
structure Itself as "more than 60 years of age and was never
designed for the purpose to which it was put, nor capable of
keeping up witb the library needs which have been growing
for years. If the board had not conducted Its study, it would
,ve been grossly negligent in its duties as set down in N.J",
itatutes Annotates. It also had no way of expecting that the
laster Planners would go into their area of concern, nor that
they would turn out more than the standard plan which concerns itself with recommendations of land use and reasoned
suggestions as to growth of the community, and setting up a
suggested Capital Improvement Plan based on community
recommendations of needs within that community, of which
the library in its need would be a significant candidate.
There is some misunderstanding on the part of your reporter as to government agency responsibilities and the overall effect of master plans. Plans are juet that, suggestions of
growth and a pointing out of direction. They are subject to
amendment and change based on the availability of the latest
data and amenable to the expressed needs of the local citizens
and taxpayers. They are a sign of enlightened growth and development and a definite bona fide of the governing body's
recognition of its responsibilities. In Matawan that Is a double
responsibility because of the frequent cooperative development of the two governmental units. True coordinated overall planning would have been more possible if a single team
had been assigned to do the total job. As it is, the two#W»«
together will undoubtedly overlap and in both there wflfc'fee a
recommendation for enlargement of the public library facility
based on a professional public library study. Such a study has
been provided by the Library Board and should be considered
as a significant contribution of that legally constituted body
to the proper growth and development of Matawan, borough
and township.
..,
-. Sincerely yours,
[at Out В«
and Enjoy life
at this sign 10/
Flamekss Electric Cooking
It tells you the food is cooked
the clean, healthful, appetizing
If yea enjoy good food, cooked !tВ» GeUJM^
modem way possible, the restaurant* and
luncheonettes luted below merit your
patronage. They have invested in electxfo
cooking*, and other modem electric
in order to be able to qualify under ffia
Beddy Kilowatt program. They are)
to display the symbol of this program
as evidence that they are using the QMt
preparation and customer comfort
Withflamelesselectric e o o H n f f y ^
that the natural quality of food is goattai
Vegetables cooked to l'ttle or BO wataf,
retain their taste and vitamins,'
jiiiiim. i nl niliiifii (Infill i iiiilt
BeaguestatfmeoftiieseiMtani8B(iaoQtii
INVISTOMWNED tUCTRlC COHPMW*
RESTAURANTS
ASBURYPARK
:
>' 119 C e t n U o t u r n e l l a
tIflrham Park, N a w i a r u y
AND ClAM BAH
IM-IOoJndAvarea
Aibury Pork, N a w Janey • .
FREEHOLD
STEINBACH'S RESTAURANT.
Appreciation
J31 Cookhan Avcnu*
Aibury Park, N e w Jertay
.AMERICAN HOTEL
3 0 Eost Msln Straet
. Iraahold, N В« w J a r t a y ^ ^
r
VIUA PENZA RESTAURANT
23fl Cockmon A*anuВ» ,.
AibuiВҐ<hrlr, N a w J a n a y ,
BayviwrSchool PTA
LeonardviUe Rd.,
Belford, N.J.
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OlD Mill INN
•Outa4a
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,J>rJ«gavJI>a,NawJ«»a)iJ
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To the Editor;
••,.
On behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary, Red .Bank Lodge-.
: B.P.O. Ella No. 233, I wish to express sincere thanks and; appreciation tor the excellent newspaper coverage you have
^ f j m j L * * .—•"*"" "*'' " " ' '
'" "I'i'i В»/liiiTiiminii'
' ratios throughout the 1964-65 season.
.
"cSincerely,...
,•
Mrs. Mark C. Bendon, Sr.
Publicity Chairman
LIVINGSTON
JDON'S DtlVE IN
U7.MolВ»SI,Mt
t o o * O r a i g a Avanut
llNJ
Daniel Jackie
Assistant Principal
Rtritaa IbwMh& High School,
{tern Kvar. Naw JamV]
POINT PLEASANT BEACH
NEPTUNE
FSAZEE'S SEA F O O D U S T A U R A N t '
H h J S & O A i
Point Plaaunt BaacK, N a w Janay
Naptuna, N a w Jattay
GDIDEN EAGLE SNACK SHOPj
C O l O N I A l HOUSE COFFEE SHOPPE
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WASHIMGTOML
ZIMMEBMASTS STEAK HOttSt •
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DUTCH HUT SYSTEMS, I N C
Hoopir Avtnui
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Brick Town, N a w JВ»riВ«y
' STEWAST'S DRIVE-IN
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Freawood Acrai, Naw Jaiiay
BRIELLE
HACKETTSTOWN
STEWART'S DRIVE-IN
Coula 71 A Bonii Avanu<*
BriВ«llВ«, N В« w J i r u y
i STEWART'S DRIVE-IN.
loula •!*
,HВ«iВ»IHawn, N'w Janayj
COOKSTOWN
HAMPTON
INOMN HOME COFHCSHOPj
ClOVER Hill RESTAURANT1
taulaa? '
(HamplovNawJtnay
Wrlglililowti'Ceokilciwn t s a ^
.Cooiitown, N a w J a r i a y '
HOLMDEL
EAST HANOVER
STEWAJT'S DRIVE.IN
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{ait Konovar, N a w Jariay
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STEWART'S DRIVE-IN
Highway 33 K Union Avanua
Holmdal, N a w J i t u y
SUCCASUNNA
TONrs
,
Main Siren
. loch Arbogr, N a w J a m y
OAKHURST
STEWART'S DRIVE-IN
Highway 35 MutriAvaiwi_
Oakhunt, NawJanay
MATAWAN
.
STEWART'S DRIVE-IN
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,8outi 79, Main Srrttl
.Maiawan, NtwJtruy
TOMS RIVER
0UTCH HUT SYSTEMS, INC.
OLD BRIDGE
STEWART'S DRIVE-IN'
tonla37aaatwOakti<l|ia
Te*>!ivir,NaВ» Janay
A . l W ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN
MIDDIETOWN
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OdJrkiga, Nawjarw/
WALL TOWNSHIP
(SEA STAR SWIM ClUB
Harmony Road
M ddl.lcwn, N a w Janay
V/ESTERN BURGER SYSTEM'
HI B k*=y JS
.MWdleloivn, N a w Jaruy
CIRCUS DRIVE-IN
PARSIPPANY
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u RECREXTION CENTER
Eoula Ii
fardppany, N a w Jaria/
loula 35
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W a l l Tow>tMp, N a w Janay
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STEWARTS DRIVE-IN
leula ii
- fanippony,NawJanay
, 'JIMMY'S DRIVE-IN"1
[Milford-Sprlng Mill! looll
^ l l f s r d , Naw Jaruy
^NEPTUNE
G l E N MILLER'S DRIVE-IN
Albury Potk Clrcla, Klghwoy 3 1
Naptuna, N l w Jariay
' STEWART'S ORIVE-IN
Highway 33
Napluna, N a w Jatlay
.
twilalO
tuccounra, NawJanay
Hlghwoy 37 & Hordanbrook Avanul
Tamt tlvar, N a w J e n a /
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FREEWOOD ACRES
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SNACK & SHOP
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iSml.iahl, Naw Janay,.
В« Main Straat
Narcong, NawJanay'
/SHORE DAIRIES SNACKETTS
FRANKLIN
J O H N N Y ' S SMOKE SHOP
4 RESTAURANT
tiood Strait
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Brnnehvilla, N a w J a n a y
iTMDE WINDS UACH ClUB
IXSOc*mi*m,t {
NETCONG
(NETCONG SWEET SHOP/
WIENER K I N S
loolei 6 9 1 2 0 2
Fldmlngion, N a w Janay'
BRANCHVILIE
, N a e i u M lity^Nlaw Jinay)
.
loul. 4915U
iHspawall.Niw Janay,
loula 12
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Flamlngten, N a w Janay
PAT'S POST OFFICE I U N C H R O O M '
Mantliald Slriet
Btlvldera, N e w J e n t y
'Ctaan Avanu* * I O T M В« I t a d
Sao SrtjM, NawJanay
(JTIWART'SDRIVE-IM;
ILEMINGTON,
STEWART'S DRIVE-IN1.
. Hornet a & 202
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- DAIRYMAID
KlilY'S CORNER
fHoiwwall.NawJanayl
KINGWOOD FREEZE]
BELVIDERE
SEA BRIGHT
NEPTUNE CITY ,
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HdPEWELL
M & W SAIES COMPANY. INCj
THE M D ROOSTER
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.1533 Sprlngwoad Avaflua
.;' Alkury Potk, N i w Janay '
M M . Lars Lonnquist
Corresponding Secretary
Very truly yours,
OCEAN BAY DINES
IoulaВ«13J
LUNCHEONETTES^
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Middletown, N.J.
i To the Edltort
v
On behalf.of the Woman's Ctub of Middletown, I wish
; to express m y sincere thanks to you and .your associates
e n tfaa Mail of The Register, for the excellent coverage given
| our d u b activities during this past year. We feel that our
I very successful year was In no small measure attributable
Ifcto your kind co-operation.
'. '
Sincerely,
• ' ,
Hazlet, N.J.
To the Editor:
\
Kindly accept our sincere appreciation for the fin* cover• t g e this newspaper has given during the past year t o many
В«f the activities and events in which teachers and students
of Raritan-Township High School have participated.
It is because of. your interest and reporlorial skills that
'the school has been better able to comittuniCate Important
^aspects of our total educational program to parents and
'citizens of this community.
f Folnl Plaaiant, N a w Janay -
'BUDDY WIUIAMS DRIVE-IN
FLEMINGTON
Rumson, N.J.
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POINT PLEASANT .
C O l O N I A l PANTRY
I Romolna'sad
[Mwnloln lokai, Naw Janay
BONJOUR (ESTAUtANTj
DANFOBTH'S SNACK INN
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MOUNTAIN UkES
lAMBERTVILlE
В«oulaJ02
lomblrtvills, N a w Jariey
JACK'SBITE SHOf
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TeauMfar, Naw Janay
U 9 Wart Fran) Slraet I
Kaypon.NawJanay
ii No. Sulm Straal
' O^v*r, N*w Jirffy
<0 West Front St.,
Red Bank, N. J.
SAMPIER I N N CAFETERIA
28Moin Avanue
OcfanGrove,ls|twiariВ«y
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JoulalO
Morrli Plaint, N a w Janay
^ E COTTAGE I N M .
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N o r * S u m x Slt«»l .'
, * Dovar, N a w Janay
lOIBWVHf
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OCEAN GROVE
HM.G DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT '
STOKE RESTAURANT & SNACK BAD
KEYPORT
DOVER
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HelmdalTurnplka
H o W . I lewmlilp, Naw Jtnay'1
CROSSROADS DINE* •
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STEWAITS v. •
'OF SUSSEX COUNTV.INC}
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n Tewnhlp. N a w Janay 1
HOLMDEL
Morrlilown tegrjBarnordivllla, N a w Janay
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NEW EGYPT
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HIGHLANDS
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Salmon .NawJanay
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^KВ«w Egypt, N a w Jarwy
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On behalf of the Bayview School PTA, I would like to
express our appreciation to the Red Bank Daily Register
-for the excellent publicity coverage extended to our unit
during the past school year.
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A special thanks to Mrs. Moore for .her complete Co. operation and attention given to all activities, especially our
bazar and kiddie karnival, book fair and teacher's treat,
which were most successful.
It has been a rewarding and enjoyable experience as
publicity chairman, thanks to your accurate coverage and
M eo-operatfon.
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On behall of the Home and School Association, of the
3. Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, I would like to
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has given to our association over the past year.
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We would especially like to thank Mrs. Helens Moore
; of your staff for her help and co-operation during the school
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The Register's Opinion
THAT DAY AGAIN
Jim Bishop: Reporter
A Blow for Freedom
The Declaration of Independence
When, in the course oj human events, it becomes necessary /or one people
to dissolve the. political bunds which have connected them with another, and to
assume, among tht powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which
the laws of nature and oj nature's Cod entitle them, a decent respect to the. opinions
of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel then to the
teparation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that
they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these
are life, liberty, and the pursuit nf happiness. That, to secure these rights, governments an instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of
the governed; thai, whenever any form of government becomes a%,truclive of these
tnds.'ll is the right of the people 1o alter or to. abolish it, and to institute a new
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powen
in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness.
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should not be
changed for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, all experience hath shown,
that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufjerable, than to right
themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But, when a
long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces
a. design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duly,
to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.
Such has been- the patient sufferance of these colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and
usurpations, all having, in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny
over ttitie slates. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world:
He his refused his assent to laws the most wholesome and necessaryfortht
public good,
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He has forbidden-his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained;
.and, ithen7;soJuspeHdei,~ht\ has-uUtdy neglected to attend to them:
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Hi has refused- to pass other laws for the accommodation of- largeMstrictsof
people, unless those people would relinquish the right of representation in,the leg- .
~1jlature;-t-right Inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only. •"
Hi.has called together legislative bodies>~at places .unusual, uncomfortable,
end distant front the depository of their public records, for the sole purpose of
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He has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing, with manly
firmness, his invasions on tht rights of the people.
He has refused, for a ]qng time after such dissolutions, to cause others tohe elected( vMrebf the legislative powers, incapable of annihilation, have returned
to the people at large for their exercise; the state remaining, in the meantime,
exposed to aU tht danger of invasion from without, and convulsions within.
He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose, obstructing the laws for naturalization of foreigners, refusing to pass'others
to encourage their, migration hither, and raising the conditions of new appropria- ,
tions of lands.
Hi ha* obstructed tht administration of justice/ by refusing his assent to
hws for establishing judiciary powers.
HВ« has made fudges dependent on his will alone, for the tenure of their
*ffices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.
He has erected a multitude of new ojjices, and sent hither swarms of offi- t
cers to harass our people,,and eat out their-substance.
He has kept among us, in time of peace, standing armies, without the content oj our legislatures.
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He has affected to render the military independent of, and superior to, tht
power.
He has combined, with ethers, to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our
Constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his assent to their acts oj
pretended legislationt
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For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us:
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For protecting them by a mock trial, from punishment, for any murders
tchich they should'commit on the inhabitants of these States:
For cutting off our trade with all parts of' the worldt
For imposing taxes on us without our consent:.
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For depriving us, in many cases, of the benefit of trial by jury:'
For transporting W oeyond teas to be- tried for pretended offenses:
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For obolUhtng tht fret system of English laws in a neighboring province,
tstabllthlng therein an arbitrary government, and enlarging its boundaries, so as '
to rendlf (I M onet an example and fit instrument Jor introducing the same, ahtolutt tult into thest colonies!
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For taking away our charters, abolishing our mdst valuable laws, and altering, fundamentally, tht powers oj our governments:
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For suspending our own legislatures, and declaring themselves invested with '
power, to legidatt for. us in all cases whatsoever.
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He has abdicated government here, by declaring us out oj his protection,
tout waging war against us.
Hi has plundered our seas, ravaged1 our coasts, burnt our towns, and dtWroyed the lives of our people,
HВ» is, at this, time, transporting large armies of foreign',mercenaries to complete the works oj death, desolation, and tyranny, already begun, with circumstances of cruelty and perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and
totally unworthy the head of a civilized nation.
- Ht has constrained our fellow-citizens, taken captive on the high seas, to
tear arms against their country, to become the executioners of their friends and
irethren, or to fall themselves by their hands.
He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored to
Iring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, whose known
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undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes, and conditions.
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everyl^'bf^s^^or^ionsVwfhave
petitioned jor redress, in the
most humble .terms; our repeated
p i a g J ^ b r r e p
injury. A prince, whose character is thus marked by every
actwhiclimay
a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler oj a free people.
Nor have wt been wanting in attention to our British brethren. We have
loomed" them, from time to time, of attempts made by their legislature to extend
en unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We have reminded them oj the circumstances oj our emigration and settlement here. We have appealed to their native
justfet and magnanimity, and we- have conjured them, by the ties oj our commonkindred, to disavow these usurpations, which would inevitably interrupt our connections and correspondence. They, loo, have been deaj to the voice of justice and
tonsanguinily.
We must, therefore, acquisce in the necessity which denounces our
separation, and hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in
feace, friends.
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Congress assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge oj the uorld jor. the rectitude
lon e, solemnly publish and declare, that these united colonies are, and oj right
ought to be, free and independent states; that they are absolved from all allegiance
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Established 1878 by John H. Cook and Henry Clay
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Sylvia Porter: Your Money's Worth
What Medicare Will Cover
As Congress puts the finishing touches on
the historic Medicare bill, millions are utterly
confused about how big a share of hospital
and doctor bills Medicare will cover, how
much and what kind' of extra insurance to
own on top of Medicare.
Yesterday's c o l u m n
stressed that no one who
owns a private health insurance policy should cancel it now because of Medicare and leave himself (or
herself)
unprotected between today and the time
Medicare's provisions become effective. This would
be July, 1966, at the earPORTEff
liest, and the voluntary
doctor-insurance part of the package may
not become effective until January, 1967.
Even before final details of the bill are
fixed, here are vital points you should know
about Medicare's limitations and what's developing in the private health insurance field.
Q.: .What is and is not covered by the
hospital plan?
A.: After a $40 deduction, ft covers just
•bout all expenses for semi-private hospital
rooms and regular hospital nursing care for
at least 60 days. But physicians' services arenot covered. Nor-are private rooms, private
nurses, Iongterm stays in nursing homes or
psychiatric hospitals, drugs outside the
hospital.
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Q.: What is and is not covered by the
- supplementary plan?
A.: After a $50 deduction, a full 80. per
cent of physicians' fees in the office, home,
hospital or nursing home are covered. But
not covered are routine physical exams, extensive psychiatric care, dental fees, drugs
and, of course, nursing and hospital stays
which are covered under the first plan.
Q.: What other ma*jor exclusions are
there?
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A.. Medicare excludes any payment for
orthopedic shoes, -dentures, eyeglasses, hearing aids.
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Q.: How .does total Medicare coverage
compare to today's private ..health insurance
policies?
A.: The hospital provisions cover at least
as' great' a share of hospital costs for the
65 and over as today's best private plans.
You would pay $240 a year in premiums to
get private insurance equal to the complete
plan, including supplementary doctor insurance. But the total package will cover just
under half of average medical costs for the
elderly.
It's around this "other half" that private
insurance companies are planning entirely new
policies for elderly citizens.
Q.: What are private companies considering?
A.: "The health insurance Industry will
almost certainly offer insurance for many
expenses not covered by Medicare," says
James R. Williams, general manager of the
Health Insurance Institute. For example: extra days in the hospital, private rooms and
private nurses, extra time in nursing homes,
possibly dentist bills and out-of-hospital drugs.
Several companies already have announced
plans for policies awarding a flat cash allowance in case of illness to help pay for
"extra" expenses.
Q.:' Where can you get facts on new'
health policies?.
A.: The big insurers will go all out to
inform their policyholders on nsw supplementary coverage available to them in the
months ahead and many are planning to
Issue detailed guides un relative advantages
and,values of new policies.
Events of Years Ago
You must be particularly on guard during this period against" what New Jersey
- Senator Harrison A. Willianjs calls the
"Schemers who .will try to sow confusion while
reaping profits."
Your best sources are a reputable insurance company. Better Business Bureaus,
unions, social agencies and senior citizen
The Armory Theater in Keyport opened as a notion
groups,
picture house, with Harry Thompson of Matawan as manager,
Q.: What role will Medicare play in health
insurance?
Taylor Hance of Holmdel installed a gasoline pump I n
A.: Here, Social Security Commissioner , front of his store to supply automobiles. There was a large
Robert M. Ball's comment to me hits the
globeiight on top of the pump. '
heart of the matter: "Medicare will provide
John Yonkowski, Jr., of Colts Neck, taken sick with
a solid foundation on which to build extra
measles, went swimming in the mill pond to get rid of the
protection through savings, private insurance,
itching caused by the measles scabs. Neither he nor nil parcorporation health plans—just as Social Security benefits serve as the cornerstone of' • ents knew what was the matter with him.
retirement planning."
Oluf Neilsen, the crack Asbury Park wrestler, defeated
Frank Hokman, the big German, in two straight,) falls at Asbury' Park.
50 Years Ago
John Ghamherl ain: These Days
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Where Labor Is Behaving
• ,-JVe been knocking the unions for their
attempt toi repeal Section 14(B) of the TaftHartley Act, the clause that permits individual states to pass "right-to-work" laws,
. and before I am through with the subject I
may do so again. But between attempts to defeat
the unions on a demand
which they should never
let me pause
iat organized labor,
This is going to be a rip-roaring old fashioned Fourth
of July. I'm traveling from Florida to Milwaukee to find it.
At one time, the celebration of Independence Day was a
mixture of patriotism, fireworks, and picnics with cold beer
and ants on the tablecloth. Recently, the Fourth of July has
been transmuted into the inalienable right to get out on thВ«
highway and kill each other.
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I have an allergy to being slaughtered,
even on a holiday. It smarts. Instead of the
highways, we will try the skyways where
the traffic — I hope — is one way. Haraw
Schwandner of the Milwaukee Sentinal t i n
me that the pageant is truly old^ia&hioned,
and that Schlitz Brewing Co. picks up the tab
for the fireworks, the parade, and the foaming beers.
In that case, the Bishops should be entitled to go on the cuff..My wife is the
world's most enthusiastic consumer of beer.
She drinks it as others partake of water.
She rips the tops from the can with her
hands, and drinks it from the container.
BISHOP
With the beer, she enjoys a family-sized bag of potato chips.
Sometimes, in the dark, she sounds like a million termites
gone mad.
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Still, she never gains an ounce. Five feet seven, 130 pounds.
There is something about her metabolism that makes m e f a t
I glance at the beer she drinks and pick up two pounds,
•smart matrons, I understand, enjoy.a martini or three
fore dinner. And after. My wife rips the tops off brews at
hour when other ladies are serving high tea.
My brother John is a fair beer drinker. Especially when
there is no booze around. My father used to enjoy a straight
rye for viewing the world with equanimity, and a beer for
staving off thirst. He once knew' a place called O'Donnell's,
where they served 17-ounce glasses of beer. It was called the
Goldfish Bowl, and Dad could belt four or five of those before looking up to bid the bartender the time of day.
Sometimes, when he got home, my mother had to burp
him. An uncle of mine felt haughtily that beer was intended
solely for washing the feet of peasants. He drank gin, and
made his own. My grandpa Tier made his own beer in an era
called Prohibition, and grandma became so nervous listening
to the explosion of the bottles in the cellar that she tried to
hop into the sink with the dishes.
Once, years ago, I mistook a half dozen bottles of India
ale for beer on a hot night and, in the morning, the family
had to sweep me out of the breakfast nook. At another time,
I attended-a wedding, ui..,Boston..,an4; the , gu.ests..wanted,. H s j
fenreffer's beer but they were so loaded that nobody coulP
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In Heidelberg and Berlin, the Bishops tried all the local
beers and left convinced that the big breweries of America
can match any brew in Europe. The fact that a brew is imported doesn't make it better; just more expensive.
So Kelly and I go to Milwaukee feeling that we belong.
.On Sunday, there will be a special performance of Ringling
Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus in the afternoon and,
if -we can get tickets, we will go because I haven't seen one
since my father was a cop and sneaked me under the tent In
the old North Street Grounds.
At 10 p.m. the fireworks will begin from a car ferry
anchored in the bay and Ben Barkin says they are going to
be the most elaborate since grandpa staggered home with
lipstick on his kisser. On Monday there will be a picnic and,
in' the afternoon, a parade replete with old-fashioned float*,
big brewery horses, and old-time costumes.
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Other cities should try the Milwaukee method. Independence Day is a good time to run the flag up and expose a
few of the old-time virtues. It must be fun for the men to
don mutton-chop whiskers and double-breasted vests and spats.
The ladies are still attractive in huge hats, leg-of-mutton
sleeves and high button shoes.
Anything, to my way of thinking, Is preferable to getting
on the road and fighting the maniacs and the fumes in a race
to the death. The mayors and town councils can mate the
Fourth of July a good time to remain in town. Our forefather*
intended Independence Day to be a time of joy in commemoration of those who wanted liberty so badly that they were willing to fight and die for it.
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O.K., bartender. Let's strike a blow for freedom .", ,
25 Years Ago
Miss Rose Totaro, 19, of Oakland St., Red Bank* and four
persons who attempted to rescue her from a strong undertow at North Long Branch, were saved by bathers.and Coast
Guardsmen In what was called the "most thrilling rescue
ever enacted In this section."
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nessmen have been trying to drum up sentiment for entering into commercial deals with
Red China and with Soviet Russia, an effort
which Mr. Dubinsky has castigated as "just
A white-gray man-eating shark weighing 1,400 pounds and
as senseless and dangerous as was doing
saiCr to be the largest fish ever caught by hook and line on
'business as usual' with Hitler, Mussolini and
this section of the coast was brought into Manasquan Inlet
the Japanese military dictators yesterday.".
by Capt. Henry Hillman of the charter boat Dolphin. The shark
Thelatest "peace" advertisement put out
was caught on 150 feet of three-eighths inch rope and four
by a so<alled "Artists Protest Committee"
feet of chain.
Is signed by scores of painters, sculptors,
writers, editors, musicians, and theater artLee Pullen, son of Mrs.' Bertha Pullen of Freehold, rein the presfnr = v5erii5inSS====^ 3 t s ^a H t i jij s noteworthy that the list is well
ctived his M.D. from Hahnemann Medical College in Philtand Dominican Republic
salted with the namesisor
..^jdejphia..Dr. Pullen planned to intern at Reading, Pa., Homecrises, is behaving magnifiwho were signing pro-Communist manifestos
cently.
back in the Nineteen Thirties. The "Hollywood Ten," or at least a fractional part of
Back in May the AFLit, is riding again.' So is the League.for Peace
CIO Executive Council isand Democracy, which was only for peace
CHAMBERLAIN sued a stirring appeal in
when
it helped the Soviet Union. "
support of President Johnson's efforts to deOne could respect the integrity of the
feat the Communists in Southeast Asia and
signers If they would also denounce the burnin the Caribbean. George Meany, the presiIng of U.S, overseas libraries and the bombdent of the AFL-CIO, added his eloquent
Ing of embassies. One could respect them if
statement that "organized labor in our coun4hey had shown an equal amount of zeal in
try has steadfastly opposed appeasement of
opposing Mao Tse-tung's attempt to liquidate
all aggressors-Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, Mao
the Tibetans, or if they had taken due note of
Tse-tung, and Khrushchev alike." "In continKhrushchev's policy of "genocide by difuation of this policy," said Mr. Meany, "we
fusion" when the Soviets deliberately sent
have time and again supported President
the Baltic state populations to the oblivion
Johnson's firm rejection of all proposals to
of Asiatic work camps. One could respect
appease the aggressors against the people of
them if they had denounced Castro for reSouth Viet Nam." David Dubinsky, the head
viving
child labor when he grabbed the Cuban
of the International Ladies Garment Workers
school
kids and sent them out to cut suUnion, chimed in with Meany by urging his
gar cane.
own union members "to rally to the support
of the President in his prompt, effective acCompared to the record of a ponderable
tion to halt the enemies of freedom in Viet
segment of our artists, professors and even
Nam and Santo Domingo."
businessmen, American labor's record in opposing appeasement of dictators is as pure
Thus the clear voice of American labor,
as a well-known soap. At this very, moment
which knows that in a totalitarian world
Mrk Meany, Jay Lovestonc, and other union
there would be no more freedom to bargain
officials are en route to Brussels for a meetcollectively for any benefit* whatsover. But,
Ing of the International Confederation of
while the American labor.movement has be,en
Free' Trade Unions. They will try to put the
busy upholding President Johnson's hand in
ICFTU firmly on President Lyndon Johnson's
the attempt to halt the latest march of the
side in standing up to the Communists in
Communist Goliath, what have large numbets
Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic.
of our artists and writers and professors been
doing? They have been busy signing fjppeas.
I can't help feeling proud of George
ing statements which, for sheer Indulgence in
Meany, even though 1 must continue to op"Oh, oh! Another outbreak in tha
"double think," outijo anything in -George
pose the AFL-CIO on the issue of the repeal
hate-literature sectlonl"
Orwell's satiric novel about Big Brother'i
Of 14(B). But I can't say, I'm proud of a lot
forthcoming domination of thВ« world, "Nine.
of my fellow Intellectuals. They don't know
teen Eighty-four," And many) erf Aim bud.
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area students have enrolled in
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TELEVISION • THEATER • MOVIES • MUSIC • DINING OUT
8'—'Friday, July 2, 1965 THE DAILY REGISTER
Bikel to Perform In Convention Hall
ASBURY PARK — Theodore July billing at Convention Hal
Bikel arrives this week from Lon also includes the Beach Boy
don,- where he has just completed July 10, folkslnger Pete Seegi
filming "The Sands of Kalahari" July 17, the Dave Clark Five Ju
with Stanley Baker and Susannah 24 and Johnny Mathis July 31.
York, and his" first stateside appearance will be Saturday eve
SUSPENDS ACTIVITIES
ning at 9 in the Convention Hall EAST KEANSBURG — Mrs
here.
Joseph Ketchow, public relation
Bikel, drawing from his folksong repertory of 500 songs in chairman of the Bayshore Civil
20 different languages, will be theAssociation, announced yesterda
headline attraction in the July that all meetings and activities ol
4th lineup here. The Four Sea- the organization will be suspendВ«ons open the weekend proceedings Friday night. Bikel recently ed as of July 12. The membe
appeared on Broadway as Baron ship will be notified if and whei
von Trapp in " The Sound of the association decides to reac
Music."
tivate.
Walter Reads-Sterling
- T HE AT R E'S-J
Television Highlights
(Dir. * UOH-Cuiagei В«'.В«: Aft В«
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Tke TreJa 2:U: 7:10: В»:4O.
(AT. * (UM.-Ttu Train 1:U: В»::В»
7:80; 1В«:В».
MON.—Tne Train 2:15; « : « ; 7:J0
At The
Movies
HUM UM.
PLAZA—
BRICK P U 2 A -
Tito Trsio l.w, 7:00; >:В«.
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SAT. el SUM,~'TKe Trsiet 3:80- В§*2(HB1
8:00; 10:30.
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MON.—The Trs.ln j : o o ; 4:401 7:20;
MURELTON
EAST BRUNSWICK
DRIVE-INV
F R t SAT. 8UN. * MON.—The T r t l n TURNPIKE10-11 (2)—Slattery'i People. "Question:
1:90; 1:0): Masquerade 11;00.
PIDOOB-Cartoons
7:M: Art <ol IВ«vs
What Became of the. White Tortilla?" (Re7:50; 12:00; Flower Drum l o n f
CAVELLETTE
peat.) Good drama. Hero Slattery haa a
LAVELLETTESAT. ft SUN—Art of Love 3:40: 7:30:
hard lime convincing a high-minded repre*KR1. SAT. SUN. * MON.-Mary
11^40; n o w e r Drum S o m 1:30; t:20;
Popplns 2:10: 7:10: 9:35.
sentative that compromise isn't a dirty word
MON—Art of Love 7:30; 11:40;
SEASIDE
but one of the basic laws of government.
Flower Drum Sonr 9:20.
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OUTDOOR—WCTC Radio Broadcast
COLONIAL—
The plot is believable and guest Rfcardo
ARLTON8:00; Fireworks 8:40; Art of Love
JPRl SAT. k MON—McHale's Navy
8:45:
1:10; Flower Drum Sone 10:50.The
Train
2:00;
7:00;
9:20.
Joins Air Force 2:00; 7:00; B:.15;
Montalban is fine as the idealistic Latin.
SAT. k 8UH—The Train 2:00: 4:30 World nf Ahhott k CnBtello 3:30; 8:30. SAT. BUN. * MON—Art of Love
B:40; 1:00; Flower Drum Sonr. 10:45.
7:10: 8:30.
BUN. — McHale's Navy Joins Air
18-11 (4)-Jack Paar. (Repeat.) Ethel
MON.—The Train 2:00: 7:00: ?:20. Force 5:20; 7:10; 10:00; WorW
Merman's "Everything's Comin Up Roses"
SAYRE-WOODS
Abbott k Costillo 2:00; 4:55; 8:45.
EATONTOWN
SAYRE WOODSand her rendition of "Small World" are show
STRANDCOMMUNITY—
FKI. A MON—Operation Crossbow
highlights, of course, and so is the exacting
Art of Love 2:21: 7:51; 9:M.
2:10; 7:10; 9:20.
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00900
SAT. BUN. k MON.-Art of Love
drill scene from that devastating and original
SAT>—Operation Crossbow 2:10: 7:10; SAT.—Art of Love 6:10: 8:10' lO'lO2:21; 4:21; 6:21; B:24; 10:27.
9:20;
11:30.
Aquacapers 7:50; 9:50; Kiddle Show
British musical satire, "Oh, What a Lovely
SUN.—Operation
Crossbow
2:10;
4:20:
2:00.
DRIVE-IN6:30; 8:40; 10:50.
War." Also, Jack's films of his trip up the
SUN. & MON. — Art of Love 2:00
Cartoons 9:00: Fireworks 9:50* Art
of Love 10:05; None But the Bravi
Amazon and in Rio are diverting, and Randy's
North of Red Bank
S A T . ' * SUN.—Cartoons,o : oo; A n 0 |
interviews with Brazilian youngsters underPERTH AMBOY
Love ]O:l0; None But the Brave 11:59.
line their unusual command of the English
MOW.—AH ol Love B.07; 1,01; None M A R I N E -HIGHLANDS
AMBOYS DRIVE-INBut the Brave 11:06.
language. (Color.)
TWO on Guillotine 8:40; Bikini Beach
FRI. *• SAT.—Cartoon* 9:00l Joy In
7:00; 10:2S.
the Mornlnj 9:18; 1:29; Younj Lovers
FREEHOLD
11-12:30 (11)—Merv Griffin. Merv's guests
SAT—Two on Gullotine 2:00; 8:40;
Bikini Beach 3:50; 7:00; 10:25.
Include David Burns of "Hello Dolly," comedi- FREEHOLD—
SUN. — Cartoons 9:00: Joy In the
The Train 2:05; 7:15: 9:35.
SUN—Oirl Happy 3:<l>: 7:00: 10:15;
Morning 9:18; 1:24; Ycnm* Lovers
enne JoAnne'Worley, comic Jackie Mason,
SAT. * SUN.—The Train 2:30: 5:00 Crack In the World 2:00; 8:40.
7:30; 10:00.
MON—Cartoon 9:00; Joy In the
MON. — Girl Happy 7:00; 10:15;
writer Art Moger, and sihger Bruce Scott.
MON.—The Train 2:1S; 4:15; 1:15 Crack in the World 8 M0.
Morning 9:06; 1:121 Yotmt Lovere
11:15-1 (7)—Nightlife. In addition to his
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
ASBURY PARK
MAJESTICregular sidekicks. Nipsey Russel and Dave
ATLANTICBARONET—
FRI. SAT. SUN, 4 MON.—Art of
Garroway, Les Crane has Rocky Graziano
Glrl Happy 7:00; 10:20; Up From
Love 2:00: 6:00: 10:10: Good NalrhZorba the Greek 7:30: 10:00
the Beach 8:40.
bor Bam 3:40; 7:45.
along to review that "classy joint" on New SAT, k SUN.—Zorba the Greek 2:00
SAT.-GIrl
Happy
2:00:
7:00:
10:20;
7:30; 10:00. ^>
York's 57th Street, Le Pavilion; Cully Rich- MAYFAIRUt> From the Beach 3:40: 8:40.
EDISON
SUN.—Mirage 2:20; 5:50; 8:30; Beach
ards and his ancient acrobats; singer MorMENU) PARK CINEMAThe Jlrt of Love 2:30; 7:30: 8:45
Blanket Bingo 4:00: 7:60.
Sat. * SUN.—Art o r Love 2:00; 4:15; HON. — Mirage 2:00: B:40; Beach
FRI. BAT. SUN. * MON.-Art of
gana King; and a discussion of the motorcycle
6:30; В»:<5; 11:00.
Love 2:00: 3:45: 5:50; 7:50| 9:5o.
riots that have shaken up the countryside
MON.—Art ot Love 2:10; 4:10; 6:10: Blanket Btneo 3:10; 7:00; 10:30.
8:03; ]O:05.
WOODBRIDGE .
M1DDLETOWN
this summer.
DRIVE-INCOLLINGWOOD CIRCLE
TOWN11:10-1 (4)—Tonight. Johnny Carson has
FRJ. * SAT. — Train 9:<X>i 1:20;
Klddte Show: Two tittle Bears 2:00;
HORE DR1VE-INMasquerade 11:30.
Art of Love 7:30; 9:16; stage show
a promising guest list tonight as Portland
FRI. SAT. SUN. t MON.—Ghencls
8UN,. k MON. — Train 8:50! 1:101
9:20.
Khan 8:50; 12:40: War OodВ« of the 7:00;
Hoffa (Fred Allen's widow), Eddie Fisher,
SAT—Art or Love 2:00: 4:00: «:00; Masquerade 11:20.
Deep 11:00.
8:30; 11:30; Sneak Preview 10:00.
George Jessel, and publisher Joe McCarthy
BRADLEY BEACH
SUN. & MON—Art of Lovs 2:00;
Need Money? Sell those things
join him for the chatter and song. (Color.)
3:43; 5:45; 7:30; 9:30.
PALACEHAZLET
you really don't need with a
FRI. A SAT,—Mary popplns 2:10;
7:10: 9 : В« .
LOEWS DRIVE-INDaily Register Classified Ad.
6UN, 4 HON.—Mary Popplns I;10
FRI. * SAT.—Cartoon 8:M1; Marnle
4:60; 7:30; 9:50.
8:47; Art ot Lovft 11:00; Bus Rtley's Call now.
Back In Town 12:45.
BELMAR
W0R-TV
WNEW-TV
Channel I
FLY.IN DR1VE-INTRl. * SAT.—McHale'» Navy Joln»
. WPDCTV
WABOTV
Chunoel 11'.'•.
the A. F. 8:50; 12:00; World
7; MM:JO (2)—Rawhide. "Josh." (Repeat.)
Entertaining episode about an old hind who
is fired and takes off with pal Mushy. Albert
Dekker does a pretty good job В»s the old
drover and quickly earns your sympathy.
7:55-to concluiion (9)—Baieball. New York
Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals, from Shea
Stadium. (Color.)
W:J0 (7)—FDR. "Brothers in Arms." A
nostalgic reminder of the magnificent friendship between "two great spirits engaged in
a common purpose," Winston Churchill and
FDR. The episode touches on the warmth
and depth of their relationship, the occasional areas of friction and competition, and
the achievements that stemmed from their
closeness. In the words of Winston Churchill,
"Our friendship is the rock on which I build
for the future of the world."
8-to conclusion (11)—Baseball. New York
Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox, from Boston.
8:30-9:30 (4)-Bob Hope Theatre. "Think
Pretty." (Repeat.) Fred Astaire dances, sings,
and succeeds in making you forget there's a
script hidden somewhere in the hour. He
plays a recording executive whose down-andout firm "Is trying to lure a top comic (Louis
Nye). but must first overcome the resistance
of his manager (Barrie Chase.) It works out
predictably, but Astaire is still the greatest,
and when she's dancing, Miss Chase provides adequate support. (Color.)
\
WO (13)—Art and Man. "New YoAk Travel
Diary." The scenes of New York that fascinate French art critic Jean Marie Drot,
serve as a reminder of the beauty of the
city as a source of inspiration to the artists
who inhabit it.
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7—A Time For Us— Serlol
11—True Adventure
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S-News
7—News—Marlene Senders
2—To Tell The Truth—Panel
•-Another World-Serial
S—Peter Gunn—Mystery
7—General Hospital—Serlol
' e—Jarnes Beard—Women
11—Pioneers—Drama
J:2S
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"ART OF LOVE"
GREGORY PECK
in "MIRAGE"
FRI. SAT. * MON—The Train 3:15;
7:00; 10:25: *The Great Chase 2:00
8:10.
BUN.—Tile Train 3:15; 6:40; 10:00;
The Great Chase 2:00; 5:30; 8:55.
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10:00.
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7—Film—Basketball Fix—John Ireland—
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•-Hlm-llligal-Edward 8." Robinson—
1 hr., 45 mln.
1:N
1—News—Peter Hyams
1:30
J-Hlm-Lodv In Queiflan-Rir8
Hoyword-1 hr., 35 mln. *
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FW. SAT. SUN. 4 MON.-Mary Popplns 9:25; cartoon A short 8:50.
POINT PLEASANT
UlNOLD-
FHI. SAT. * SION. - Dr. Terrors
House ot Horrors 3:25: 7:00; 10;00:
olrla on Beach 2:00: 8:35.
BUN.—Dr. Terrors House oT Horrors
3:25; 6:30: 9:25; Girls on Beach
2:O0; 6:00; 8:00.
BAY HEAD
.ORRAINEFRI. * SAT.—How to Murder Your
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Wife T:O0; 9:00.
SUN. * MON.—Father Oooae 7:00;
9:00.
J-Hlm—If'i o Great Life—Joe
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Morrison—1 hr., 15 mm.
4:В»
I—PUm—Florida Special—Jack Ookle—
1 hr., 20 mln.
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BOOK DISCUSSED
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MATAWAN TOWNSHIP —
•"Die Prophet," by K&hlil Qbran,
was recently reviewed by the
Temple Shalom Book Discussion
Group at the home of Mr. and1
Mrs..
David Wolfe, 8 Dawn
Way.
Other books' to be discussed
at coming meetings include "Sinpence in Her Shoe," by Phyllis
McGinley, and "The Source," by
James Michener. The group
meete monthly under the auspices of the Sisterhood of the
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Emily Buser, Judy Walser, grounds that he thought the area in an appearance.
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with the TV series which are onNight," he has been signed to Ruth Dorn, Anne Benassi, Gret711 OCEAN AVENUE
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this season, I know I'm some- bring the Broadway musical "A ohan Bruder, Janis Gall, MiIpr your entertainment
what of an exception but I don'l Funny Thing Happened On thechelle Burke, Susan Denise,
mind. I don't see any point i Way to the Forum" to the screen Heather Saunders, Julia Miles,
the PLAYGIRLS - DISCOTHEQUE
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Some of my friends say there Question —I know it's not po-ter.
are too many comedy shows on lite to ask a lady's age and they Tracy Chamberlain, Lisa TurnTV but I don'l agree. There can't very seldom will tell you any-er, Deborah Layton, Lisa Getta*
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great in the "Bewtiohed" series Samantha Gibb, Diane Cormier,
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ries once again will lead the field it could be a question of make- Delaney, Jeanne Alter, Shawn
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she wear a great deal on the Ann Reale, Deborah Fordham,
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Bewitched" series or does she Deborah McCane, Jeanne Marie
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Epstein directed; the frantically- expended to help Miss MooreASBURY PARK'S
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Question — My 'favorite recording artist Is John Gary; He's
the dreamiest singer of (hem all,
as far as I'm concerned. Will he
hvg'i seryesofhis own soon?—
RAL^JIa/rows, Va. *
.
Answer — A few best-selling
albums doesn't Insure a young
singer a TV show of his own. He
will probably make some guest
appearances on the 'musical and
variety series in the Fall.
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Question •— Why isn't Roy Thin'
nes on "General Hospital" anyr
more? Is he going to star in a
movie or something or did he just
leave the series? To me, he was
the whole reason for watching.
. V. L., New Haven, Conn.
Answer — You must have
missed a few episodes . . . Roy
Thinnes Is still playing the role
of "Phil" on the daytime serial,
n addition, he is slated to Join
the cast of the new ABC series,
"The Long Hot Summer," which
debuts In September.
Question - Was Skitch Henderson of "The Tonight Show"
ever married to Kitty Carlisle of
"To Tell the Truth"? My mother says they were but I want to
be sure.—M. W. A., Providence,
R. I.
'
- _ - = i—
smr^**Resf~assuredj Kitty
Carlisle and Skitch Henderson
were never husband and- wife.
Skitch was married to Faye Emerson some years back but they
were divorced. Miss Carlisle was
married to the late Moss Hart.
Question — Where may I write
to Red Skelton and Johnny Car
son? I think they're great.—.L.
E., Jacksonville, Fla.
Answer — You may address
j j p Mr. Skelton
in / a r e ot
^ ^ ^
^ Hollywood, Calif., and to
Carson in care .of NBC-TV,
30 Rockefeller Center, New York
New York.
(For an answer to your question about any TV program or
aetor, write to Steven fl. ScheВ«'
er. Television Mailbag, in care
of this paper.)
Films Program
At Colts Neck
COLTS NECK - The township
Democratic Club will present a
program of feature films on the
lower level of Township Hall
during tomorrow's Colts Neck
Field Day activities.
. The movies are New Jersey
Bell Telephone's "This Is New
Jersey," a color film profile of
the state, and a historical feature, "Colonial Williamsburg."
Showings will be at 1 p.m.r
2:3C and 7 p.m.
YOUR FOOD PREPARED!
the b i g t o o t - i n windows a t
McDonald's, you view chosen quality food
prepared ond served with extra care. You'll
discover that cleanliness is a McDonald's
creed . . . courtesy a McDonald's custom. The
laity food . . . the instant service . . , at
prices that please tell you why so many moke
it a habit to eat at McDonald's regularly.
Come in any time—bring the family—for a real
Ireat in good eatingl
look for the'golden archest'1*
McDonald's
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10 — Friday, July 2, 1965 THE DAILY REGISTER
Academy of Dramatic Ar
Presents Series of Plays
FAIR HAVEN - The New Je:
sey Academy of Dramatic Ar
inSugurated its first annu
Drama Festival Week with th
presentation of a number
plays and awards for achieve'
ment whitih carry, along witl
the honor, tuition grants for thi
summer term at the academy.
The awards in the teenage d
partment were presented to Mis,
Nancy Benedict, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson Benedict, Fai:
Haven; to Miss Lindy Lou Gabe!
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wi
lard Gabel, also of Fair Haven
and to Miss Linda Verner, daugtv
Gala Holiday Weekend
DANCES Sfl,:^
AIR CONDITIONED
Hightstown Country Club
Tonight, Mark Hilburn bond.
Mark Hilburn—Sat.—J. Mueha.
Always fun, alone or couples.
ter of Mrs. A. V. Lawreno
Rumsoii.
This group presented, alon;
with their fellow players, an ori;
inal production titled "A Lig
Revue." Other members of th
cast were Harriet Bauman an
Howard Selinger of. Matawa
Mary Ellen Baker, Nancy Doru;
Adri Groerevelt, Judy Hitz am
Deborah Mercer of Fair Havei
Thomas Blaine, Donna Esposi
and Nadine Jackson of R e
Bank, Patricia Baron of Eatoi
town, Andrea
Fernandez
Farmingdale, Liz Farrelly of Se
Bright, Lyn Morris of Rivei
Plaza, Nam Shapiro of Inte
laken, Glen Garcia of Elbero
and William Sofel of Middletown
The youth department of th
academy presented two one-ai
plays. Those participating wen
Ann Butterfield, Susan Dal
Lisee Gabel, Mary Green, Cath
Lanclon and Ann Witman of Fa:
Haven, Laurie Haltom, Lyn Peal
and Mary Steiner of Rumsoi
Kathy Delehanty and Patrici
Walsh of Lincroft, Blair Pinsle;
IN EATONTOWN IT'S
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Bavarian Music Nitely
and Sunday afternoon
Dancing Friday and Saturday
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[oT Red Bank and Mary Patriot*
Lee of Sea Bright.
Ann Butterfiek), Mary Greet
and Ann Witman tied fnr the stu
[dent achievement award and wen
granted individual soholarshi;
grants, by the academy. Mis:
Susan Daly was the recipient o
the directors' award. Miss Dal
s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Daly of Fair Haven. I
granting the award to Miss Daly
Robert E. Wayman, director
the academy, cited her ability
to work and progress and to taki
on additional tasks beyond .0*
scope of a student.
For Saturday, July 3
Present—For You and Yours . . . W» is an
excellent period for making moves that improve your
environment and well-being. Your activities may be
in the spotlight, so be sure, that every jnove is aboveboard and will npt result In embarrassment for you
or those related to,you. News could be particularly
exciting now.
The Day Under Your Sjgn
Ariti. Born Mir. 21 to Apr. 19
flat the <hr so you c*n loaf
initeadt of* trying1 to cope with
the holiday crowds.
Taurus. April 20 to May 10
Approach the <Uy with optimism and results of your effort
will ifpeak for you.
Gamin?, May 21 to JuoВ» 21
Prevent a possible mlsundep*
•unding by nukitjff your in*
trMjons clear.
lifer*. Sept. 23 *o Oct. 22
Accent modesty. You, could
make a wronj impression fcy
what appears to l e Tanity,
Scorpio. Och 23 to Nor. 21
Don't look for assistance in
colvinj? * personal dilemma.
3t'В» your responsibility.
The creative dramatic depart
ment of the academy presentee
one-act play for eight to 1
year-olds. TTiose taking part wer
Kim Blakely of Red Bank, Kim
Sagittariui. Nov.22 to Dae.21
Dengler, Matthew and Wend;
Co ahead with your plans. You
tavtf right instincts and good
Drastel, James Rupert, Thoma
judgment today.
King and Fern'Newman of Fai
Capricorn. Dac.22ioJan.20
Cancer. Juna 22 to'July 21
Frederick Louden
Haven, Kevin Field of Colt:
No matter Jiow much you re> 3f your borne life isn't running
В«ent interference, cope with ft quite as smoothly u you'd like,
Neck, Lisa Morris of L o n
seek the reason.
Uctfully.
B r a n c h , Nancy Mangiaracin
/Qimius, Jen, 21 fo Feb. 19
Uo. July 32 fo Aug. 21
and Toni Sacco of Little Silvei
See what can be Hone to
Widen your circle of friends in
lonjf usefulness of pos
crder to get-out of an inteland S. J. Nadler of Sea Bright.
before discarding tfctm.
lectual rut.
The awards in the creative
RSCM. Fak' 20 to March 20.
Virgo. Aug. 22 to Sapt. 22
dramatics department were mad
One of the iint things to tickle Don't reveal your thoughts unis improriap per&nal relation- lesi you're cure how they'll be
to Miss Toni Sacco, daughter o!
received.
hi
t i
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sacco of Lit
19&, FttUishera Newspaper Syndicate
le Silver, to Miss Kim Blakeley,
LITTLE SILVER — Frederick
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Louden of Freehold was unani
Blakeley of Red Bank and^ to
mously elected president of the
Thomas King, son of Mr. and
Monmouth Civic Chorus at its
Mrs. Hadley King of Fair Ha
annual meeting at the Embury
'en.
Mrs.
Peter Krot and son Church Hall.
He will serve the second year
The adult department of the
Peter, Enright Ave., spent lasi
icademy was presented in
week motoring to Yankton, S. of a two-year term recently va
MIDDLETOWN - William Rei- Dak,, where Peter entered his cated by Samuel Harvey, who
group of four one-act plays rang
Ing from allegory to farce and Aert of Oak Hill, Middletown, freshman year at the Yankton resigned.
gave the actors the opportunity president of the board oF direc- College. En route they visited Mrs. George McCallum of At
to play a number of differen tors of the Shrewsbury Chorale Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hiller an lantic Highlands anfl Gibb Oram
characters. Among those taking announces the acceptance of sev- family, St. Paul., Minn., former- of Little Silver were re-elected!
part were Dennis Barton of Man n new members.
ly of Freehold, and relatives; vice president and treasurer,
squan, Linda D'Angelis, Fred Gregory Wolf of Long Branch Mr. and Mrs. Francis Anderson, respectively.
Elected to the board of trus
Jnander and Glen Muller of New las been accepted as a mernbe: Osceola, Wis,
tees were Mr. Harvey, Mrs
Shrewsbury, Adri Groenevelt, Sr. >f the bass section. Mr. Wol
Fair Haven, Harold Guskin of ias previously sung with t h e Mrs. Mildred Forman, Adel George Supplee of Little Silver
Vsbury Park, Sharon Herr of Long Branch High School Qroir, phia, has as a house guest her and Mrs. Wilfred Cornelius of
'reehold, Ann Mitchell' of Bel- The Varsity Singers, the Youth daughter, Mrs. Christian
H. Belford. Miss Linda Wellmati of
mar and Hidy Poplar, Neptune, Honor Choir and the Fort Mon- Moe, and sons, Ericlf and Keith, Rumson was appointed assistant
mouth
Chorale.
secretary by Mr. Louden.
After the drama festival, RobCarbondale, 111.
Reports of committee chairirt Wayman, academy director, Alfred R. Mangino of Keyport
nnounced that the registration ias been accepted in the tenor Mrs. William Erricltson, Monu. men were read from the minutes
of
a recent executive board meet-,
jeriod for the summer term was section. A chemist, he previous- ment Park, Mrs. Eugene Deipen for both morning and even- y sang with the Schenectady Bois, Broad St.,
Mrs. Peter ng, and these were discussed by
ing classes.
All City Junior High Choir. Boys Runyon, West Main St.,
and the chorus members. Plans for
Glee Club, New York Area .All- Mrs. i Errickson's sister,
Mrs the fall concert were discussed]
Hate Choir, Virginia Military In George Hewlitt, Fair Lawn, and several suggestions were
stitute's Men's Glee Club and spent several days last %eek offered by chorus members, to
be considered by conductor Wil
atious church choirs.
vacationing at Cape Cod.
lam Shoppell and a conductor's j
Andrew 0 . Carr of New
committee. Mr. Shoppetl will
Shrewsbury has been accepted
Thomas
Brereton,
son
of-Mr.
MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - In
nounce the fall program early in
the bass section. Mr. Carr,
brief session last night, the teacher, has had previous chor- and Mrs. Thomas Brereton, 6 the summer.
Prospect
PI.,
is
attending
Boys'
'ownship Committee authorized il experience in the Knoxville
Rehearsals have been suspendState at Rutgers University.
ed and will resume in September.
bidding for road patch materials College Choir, Octet and M a l e
Juartet, Maryville College M
be purchased with state aid ah Chorus, and member-soloist Susan Brereton, daughter of Those interested in joining the
group may call Mrs. McCallum
Mr. and Mrs: Thomas Brereton,
formula funds.
iHt the First Baptist Cl
6
Prospect
PI.,
is
spending
Jhoir
in
Knoxville,
Tenn.
Karl F . Heuser, township enweek at the Reformed Church
[ineer, was^ directed to advertise Patricia F . McGuigan of Red Camp Hope.
ank has been accepted in the
or bids to be received Monday
llo section. Mrs. McGuigan, a
uly 19.
graduate of Douglass College, has Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kuzava,
The committee also accepted ung with the Douglass College 24 McDermott. St.; had as a
•Ir. Heuser's recommendation Choir, Middletown Chorus and weekend guest her sister, Mrs.
Josephine Tocicki, New York
that six construction firms are •arious Church choirs.
Mrs. Rolf Barmann "of Shrews- City. OCEANPORT — Bidders for
[ualified and should be permit- jury, a public school music
ted to bid on the township's up- teacher, has joined the soprano Former Mayor and Mrs. Fred hree borough-owned tracts kept
lidding active at last night's Eorcoming road improvement pro- ieotion of the chorale. Mrs. Bar- Quinn, Murray St., have returned iugh Council session.
mann's previous choral experi.- after a motor trip to Niagara
am*.
Anthony Rescigno of Long
mce includes the Monmouth Civic Falls and Canada.
Jranch, acquired a Pocohontis
Ihonis
and
church
choirs.
House Hunting! It's open seaVss. tract with an offer of $2,100,
on in the Daily Register Olassi- Mrs. Andrew Jarrell, a soprano Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van He out-lbid Stanley Butkus of BelNew Monmouth joins the chor
Pevanage, Dogwood La., have mar, who had offered $2,000 for
ied now.
le with previous experience in
as house guests her brother and he plot. ,
church choirs and at Westminsister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Uno A three-way bidding stint was
ster Cljoir College. Mrs. Jen-ell's
Harkonen of Cook., Minn. The ron by Mr. Rescigno after upsister, Mrs. "Edward Tiltony is alHarkonens will also visit Mr,. ing ofiers by Joseph J. Elia,
so a member of the group.
Harkonen's niece, Mr. and Mrs. iere, and Samuel Teicher of-NarMrs. David Kennedy of Little Fred Fritzgerald, Conover St. eco, Inc., also here. The.bidding
Silver is a new member of.,the
started with a $2,000 offer for
alto section. Her choral back- Dawn Louise Plamondon, oneHoricon Ave. tract. Mr. Resground includes participation in year-old daughter of Mr. and tigno took the bidding to $3,000
all facets of music at Red Bank Mrs.
Edward F.
Plamondon, nd his opponents dropped out of
High School and the Monmouth Jr., Brickyard
Rd., Freehold Bhe contest.
College Glee Club.
Township, celebrated her birth- Mr. Teicher won the third tract
The Shrewsbury Chorale has day at a party Saturday. At-! after lipping offers of Mario T.
terminated its season and will tending were her maternal grand-' Mazza of Long Branch, to $2,5O0В»
resume rehearsals in the fall. mother, Mrs. -Lester Richens, Mr. Mazza started the offers at
Anyone interested in joining the Colts Neck; Dana Charles end $2,000.
group may contact Mrs. Paul Barbara Ellen Joline. David and
Meunch of New Shrewsbury for lusan Buck, Mrs. Robert Buck,
information concerning auditions. Mrs. Lewis Joline and .Mrs.
The group is non-profit, non-sec- Frank Mohler Jr., Colts Neck,
tarian interracial and welcomes
all who are musically, qualified.
SEVENTH BIRTHDAY
Civic Cliorus
Has a New
President
Chorale Gets
I Members
Saturday and Sunday to . .
"NICK and the YEL TONES"
Sizzling' Steaks—Sea Food
Kitchen Open 12 Neon to 2 A.M.
STOWAWAY HOTEL
Rf. 36 of bridge 872-1174 Highlands
JACK
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SHORE'S NEWEST
COCKTAIL LOUNGE
LUIGI'S
FINE
Freehold
Road Patch
Bids Called
YOU'LL LOVE W,
DANCING...
eoo&outs,.. peanut hunts
mvS
watermelon feasts.
The movie for the* week of
July 5 is "The , Big Noise."
Centers showing movies
are
Bayview
Playground,
Leonardo Playground, Ideal Beach,
Harmony Playground and Wil'•'
MIDDLETOWN — The Recrea- mort Park.
tion
Commission this
week
launched its summer recreation
program at 14 playgrounds
throughout the toiv^ship. Some
1,000 boys and girls registered
to take part in the athletic and
arts and crafts program which
will continue for the next eight
weeks.
The supervised playgrounds
will be in operation until Aug.
Locations include Bodman,
Chanceville, Evergreen Gordon
Court, Hillside, Lincroft, Waloo
nd Wilmort Parks, Bayview
School,' Belford School,
East
Keansburg
School,
Harmony
School, Leonardo School
and
Navesink School Playgrounds. •
Hours of supervision will be 9
a.m. to noon, an 6 p.m. to dusk
Monday through Friday. Special
events will include. movies,
Recreation
Pro-am
Underway
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RUMSON
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TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY FOR THE ENTIRE
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Middletown
Monmouth
Opera Festival
(BEDFORD — Donna Ruther,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F . Ruther, 117 Fairfield
Dr., recently celebrated her
seventh birthday with a party at
her home.
Attending were: Walter BuchwaW, James De Soucey, Karl
De Wyrigaert, Gerard Gagljano,
Grand re-opening of Beachcomber
Here's good news for all you guys and gab that don't particularly feel like dressing up to go out. You don't have to, If
you come to the Beachcomber. You're welcome ia shorts, balhIng suits, slacks or whatever! The fabulous Shipwreck Bar
with the Polynesian motif Is also open as Is the gay, colorful
Patio. Eat! Drink! Make Merry I Gay, tuneful music to
set the mood.
Big Clam B a k e . . . $4.95
For the connoisseur of good eating Join us at the bountiful d a m
bake and eat and eat and e a t ! There will be a host of hot and
cold dishes served buffet style from 5:30 to 10 p.m. And don't
bother dressing. It's outdoors on the patio. (Entrance from
Union Ave. ) Oh yes — music t o o !
Dancing Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Like good music ? Love to dance ? Well, you can dance or
listen and enjoy it just as much either way with Vito Marasclo
and his "Three Tunes and a Vibe." Enno Stan at.the piano
Monday thru Thursday.
,
THE FOUR
SEASONS
PtUS othtr star attraction!
SUN. EVE., JULY 4 - 9 P.M.
THEODORE
BIKEl
Don't think that we've overlooked those of you who enjoy
dressing for dinner and who want that extra service and atmosphere that "makes" the evening You are welcome to dine in
either the magnificent Red Room or the luxurious Gold Room.
Both Indoors and both delightfully air-conditioned. There's the
open-air dining room overlooking the beautiful Navesink River
too. Superb service, wonderful view.
Sunday cocktail hours
Every Sunday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. enjoy the company of
Convivial people at our cocktail hour. Hot and cold Hors
D'oeuvres served.
SUN., JULY 11
7:30 P.M.
Laurel Hurley
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BOX OFFICE OPEN
Phone PR 5-0900
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THE DAVE
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rius OВ»H itv ttttutiMi
Dining — indoors or outdoors
O'Shaughessy, Alana Schlosser
and Debbie, Diane and Michael
Ruther.
The same day, Donna participated in a dance recital at Matawan Regional High School sponsored by Billie's School of Dancing Keansburg.
CONVENTION HALL
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MT. EVE., JULY 31—9 P.M.
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THE DAILY REGISTER
Friday, July 3, 1965 — 11
Schedule of Religious Services
Copy Deadline
CONGREGATION BETH
SHALOM
All religious news lor IncluRed Bank
sion in the Friday Schedule of
Candlelighting time tonight is
Religious Services must be In
:11 p.m.
The Register office by noon of
Sabbath services tomorrow are
tha preceding Tuesday.
at 9:30 a.m. for junior and senior
congregations. Rabbi Henry LieMIDDLETOWN - Christ Epis- berman will lead the services.
ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC
copal Church, Kings Hwy., found
Red Bank
ed in 1702, will become obsolete
OLD BRICK REFORMED
Sunday Masses are celebrated
as a church edifice next year.
Marlboro
at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. and
The legendary Captain Kidd is Rev. John Hart will preach a
noon.
sand to have visited the church, the 10 a.m. service on "What Do
Daily Masses at 7 and 8 a.m
which was destroyed by fire in These Stones Mean?" The sumThe sacrament of baptism
the early 1800's and rebuilt.
mer schedule becomes effective
administered Sundays at 12:45
Unlike New York City, where iunday.
p.m.
many landmarks are torn down
The sacrament of penance i.
n i l forgotten, the historicallyadministered Saturdays from 4:30
METHODIST
n> i structure here will remain
to 6, and 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Sea Bright
il.)n
ling.
The novena devotion in hono
Sunday school meets at 10 a.m
1'"..
Robert
E.
Lengler,
rector,
of the Miraculous Medal is held
Rev. George W. Starsmeare wil
BAPTIST
*a J it will be used in the future preaoh at the 11:15 a.m. service
every Monday night at 7:30. The
New Monmouth
as a parish hall.
perpetual novena In honor of St.
Bible study is Thursday at 7:3
Rev. William Lincoln, dean ol Anthony is held every Tuesday
\ new church on the adjacent
Northeast Collegiate Bible Col night at 7:30.
r
r i'i <. fi property has a 100 by 150
lege, Essex Fetls,"1 will be th
The Religious Vacation School
foo' foundation with fittings al
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
preacher at the 10:45 a.m. ani is held every morning, Mondaj
in and completion contemLittle Silver
7:45 p.m. services Sunday. .
through Friday, from 9 to 11:45,
plated for spring, 1966.
Holy Communion will be celePrayer meeting will be held
It .ui'Il cost approximately $300, biated Sunday at 8 a.m. Holy
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
000 thich is to be paid through Communion and sermon by Rev.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
The Young People's group
CALVARY BAPTIST
Red Bank
doi.utions and a mortgage.
"ituart F. Gast will be at 10 a.m
meets Thursday at 7 p.m.
, Oceanport
Seating capacity wil) be for
The Junior High Young Peo- "Certainly I will be with thee"
"Freedom's Song" is the title ple's group meets Friday at
300 people, as compared to the
(Exodus 3) was God's assurance
ST. AGNES CATHOLIC
of Rev. Paul N. Smith's sermon p.m. .
present 90..
to Moses before he led the chilAtlantic Highlands
at the 11 a.m. service. Commun- Daily Vacation Bible School be- dren of>. Israel in their escape
Sunday masses are schedule:
4'/] Times
ion will be observed. Sunday gins Tuesday and will continue from Egypt. How Moses con
Rev. Lengler reported that his for 6:30, 7:45. 9, 10, and II a.m
school at 9:45. The evening ser- through July 16.
tinued to rely on God's powei
and noon.
flee will be at 7:30.
in the wilderness will be brough NEW RECTOR, NEW CHURCH — Rev. Robert E. congregation has grown 4'/$ times The sacrament of baptism li
in
recent
years
and,
"of
the
three
Vacation BMe School iviM conout in services Sunday. The sub- Lsngler, ndv/ raeror of Chriit Episcopal Church, MidJEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Sunday morning services, the 9:30 administered every Sunday at
tinue Tuesday through Friday.
ject of the lesson is "God." InFair Haven
service Is the big one and we p.m. Arrangements are to be
dletown,
here
inspects
construction
work
on
edifice
Closing exercises will take place
'Evolution or Creation—Which cluded in the readings will be
just
cannot seat the usual con- made at the rectory at least twi
Thursday evening at 7:30.
days previous by one of the pardo Facts Support?" will be the this passage from "Science and which will replace present church building. One of the gregation."
ents.
subject of Sunday's 4 p.m. lectup Health with Key to the Scrip- first in New Jersey, the church was founded in 1702.
Builder
of
the
new
church
is
METHODIST
Daily masses are scheduled foi
by Charles Homer, Neptune. tures" by Mary Baker Eddy
Britton
Construction
Co.,
Asbury
"When
man
is
governeiPby
God,
Oakhurst
7 and 8 a.m. On Saturdays th<
Watchtower study follows at 5:15.
Park.
The
architect
Is
John
GibFIRST
METHODIST
MT.
ZION
HOUSE
OF
PRAYER
the
ever-present
mind
w
h
o
Rev. Dr. John D. Blair wil
early mass Is said at the conveni
Tuesday ait 8 p.m., Bible study
son Martin, Riiverton.
Red Bank
(United Holiness Church)
preach at the service Sunday on will be held at these locations understands all things, man knows
for "the public.
Red
Bank
Reaching
back
V/
centuries',
that
with
God
all
things
are
2
"How. Independent Should We Kingdom Hall, 58 Forman St.
Rev. W. Gordon Lowden will
The. sacrament ot penance I
we
find
a
olergyman
of
the
possible"
(p.
180).
Sunday school meets at 10 a.m
1" Church school will be at Fair Haven; 10 St. Mary's PI.,
preach at the ,8:30 and 10 a.m
administered on Saturdays from
Church
of
England
named
Georg
Rev.
Wesley
Davis,
Philadelphia,
'30.
4 to 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Cedar St. and 37 Drummond Ave., Church and Sunday school are services Sunday on "The Church
Keith, who> founded the current
ir young people are attend- Red Bank; 114 Springdale Ave., at 11 a.m.
and on Mondays at 8:30 p.m.
Speaks to the Nation." Rev. Leon Pa., will be the preacher at the
church
which
was
granted
by
11:30
a.m,
service.
Evangelist
ing Pennington Institute this New Shrewsbury; and 27 Dela- Testimony
The Miraculous Medal noven
meetings
ard G. Rowell will assist ait 8:30
charter from Queen Anne of EngBeatrice
Pappy
will
preach
at
week. They are Sandy Doven- ware Ave., Riverside Heights.
is conducted Mondays at 8 p.m
Wednesday at 8:15 p.m.
a.m. Rev. W. Wayne Conrad wil
land.
the
8
p.m.
service.
mueMe, Marcia Terry, Toge
assist at 10 a.m. There will.be
Thursday at 7:25 p.m., the minTerry, and James Wynne. This istry school will meet. The serMONMOUTH REFORM
no service of Holy Communion. Prayer services are held al (Legend has ft that because of
RAY SHORE COMMUNITY
is a summer camp operated foi vice meeting follows.
TEMPLE
Church school will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Fri- the sinfttlness and corruption of
East Keansburg
the people of Middletown during Sabbath Eve services • will be
day.
the youth of the Methodisl
10 a.m.
that era, the charter was granted held tonight at 8:30 Albert GoldThe sermon topic by Rev. Rich- Tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., the
Church. Dr. Blair will speak al
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
for this church and its then affil- stein will officiate.
ard R. Schwartz for Sunday is Methodist Youth Fellowship wil
the Bible Hour in the temple al
CHRIST EPISCOPAL
Rumson
iate Christ Episcopal Church,
•What is Our Business?"
Ocean Grove each morning fo
meet in the home Of Grace ReyMiddletown
Sunday
service
will
be
held
a1
Shrewsbury.
Starting Sunday, the surnmei
two weeks. These meetings are
Sunday services are: 8 a.m.
9:30 a.m. Rev. Harvey C. Douie, schedule will begin. Churdi ser- nolds.
The new two-story building Elberon Church Begins
held from 9 to 10 a.m.
Jr. will preach on "The Measure vice will be held at 10 a.m. and Tuesday: at 10 a.m., interde- Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m. will have a free standing altar
prayer and study morning prayer and sermon;, 11
of Men and Nations." Sunday at the same time Sunday school nominational
Installed in order that the priest Services Sunday
1
EMMANUEL BAPTIST
school will meet at 9:30 through will meet in the dhurch hall. Holy group meet; 6:30 p.m., the Wes- a.m., Holy Communion.
can celebrate Holy Communion ELBERON — Elberon
Me.Atlantic Highlands
ley Fellowship leave from the
the junior department.
from either In front or in back morial Church begins its sum
Communion will be administered.
Guest speaker Sunday will be
ohurch for a softball game at
Tuesday,
at
10
a.m.,
Prayer
Fel
of
the
altar.
At
5:39
p.m.,
the
Board
of
Trustmer services Sunday.
PRESBYTERIAN
rBruce Dravneek, student at Cen
lowship will meet; at 8:30 p.m., ees will meet for a barbecue on municipal field; 8 p.m., the book
Also, a planned new feature is Roy A. Severance, busines:
Shrewsbury
trial Bible Institute, Springfield,
the board of deacons will meet, the ohurch grounds, followed by review group will meet.
of
Christ
Churcl
Rev. John R. Collins will preach the conducting of baptism during manager
Mo. Service^ are at 11 a.m. and
Wednesday: 8 p.m., the Wesley
a meeting at 7:30.
at the 9:30 a.m. Communion the regular Sunday morning wor- Methodist, New York City, wii
7:30 p.m. A prayer meetting is at
Fellowship meet for volleyball.'
ship.
speak
on
"The
Lifting
Personal
BIBLE
BAPTIST
service
Sunday
on
"Is
AmericanWednesday, July 7, from 1 p.m.
7 p.m. Sunday school is at 9:45
ity."
ism a Risk?"
Hazlet
on the Women's Guild will sponMidweek prayer service at !
Liturgical Changes
REFORMED
Dr. Harold A. Bosley, cu
Rev.
Noel
W.
Hirons,
of
the
sor
a card partjf in the church
Vacation Church School will
p.m. Wednesday.
Middletown
meet Tuesday through Friday These two innovations, Father rently on a world tour as
The deacons' prayer meeting Bible Christian Union, Brooklyn, hall. At 2:30 p.m., the Christian
Lengler explained, "tie in with representative oE the Fellowshi;
N.Y., will be the guest speake Teeners will meet at the church During July and August the Re- from 9 a.m. to noon.
will be tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
the liturgical changes which are of Reconciliation, will return
at the Communion service Sun- to leave for the pool party at Bie formed Church and Old Firs
talcing place throughout the the pulpit July 11 to begin h
REFORMATION LUTHERAN day at 11 a.m. Bible school meets Teichers. Transportation will be Church.of.Middletawa will hold
WESTMINSTER
Christian world."
18th consecutive year as pastoi
at 9:45 a.m. Evening service
provided.
union services. During July the
West Long Branch
PRESBYTERIAN
Father Lengler, a 1940 graduati here.
services will be held in Old First
Hafly Communion will be ad' at 7 o'clock.
Middletown
Midweek prayer service will be
Church, and during August in the Sunday school is at 9:15 a.m of Union Theological Seminary,
ministered at the 9:30 and 1
TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Reformed Church. The services Rev. Harlaft C. Durfee. wil New York City, who came to this
a.m. services Sunday. Rev. W. Wednesday at 8 p.m, in the home
Matawan
jjfli' Hves with his
begin at 10 a.m. Rev. Earl D preach at the 9:15 a.m. service parish in
Robert Oswald will preach on of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Mawife,, Dee 3
Lengler, in the
"The Never Ending Search.' honey, 11 Vermont Ave., Port Sunday, services are: 7:45 a.m. Compton, pastor of the Reformed on "A Declaration at Dependmatins
and
Holy
Communion;
10
parish house, directly across the i,Henry_Lentz of Conago Park,
Monmouth.
Church, will preach at Sunday's ence."
/Sunday school at 9:15 a.m.
a.m.,
Holy
Communion,
moming
street
from
the
church. They Calif., spent a week recently with
service on "Our Heritage of Free- Monday: 8 p.m., men's Bible
' The church council wiH meet
prayer in the parish hall for dom."
were both born In Scranton, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz.
Tuesday at 8 p.m.'
A.M.E. ZION
study group meets.
young children.
Their older daughter, Carol
Red Bank
W d d
Wednesday:
8 p.m., session Ruth, 24, was married June 26, The 10th birthday of Ellen WidHbly Communion will be oele
CONGREGATION BNAI ISRAEL Sunday school meets at 9:45
meets.
PRESBYTERIAN
brated Monday at 8:30 a.m.
with her father officiating at the difield, daughter at Mr. and Mrs.
a.m." Rev. Thomas H. Coursey
Rumson
Red Bank
Wednesday at 9 a.m. and Friday
ceremony,. Now Mrs. John BlesK. Widdifield, was recentl)
Late Sabbath Eve services to- will preach at the 11 a.m. Com- at 6:30 a.m.
sell, she will make her home in celebrated. Present were Louii
OLD FIRST CHURCH
Rev. Albert T. Woodward, asnight will begin at 8:30. Julian munion1 service on "The Same
MoPortland, Marion Spencer an
The sacrament of penance Is sociate minister, will preach at American Baptist Convention Wooster, Ohio.
Stansky will conduct the services Night in Which He was Be- administered Saturday from 7 to
the 10 a.in. service Sunday,.
United Church of Christ
The younger daughter, Jean- Mary Rit and Joan Moscow. A
Cantor Sidney Scharff will chant trayed." New members will be r:30 p.m:
Church school will be held at 10
Louise, 19, is a sophomore at picnic was held in Monmouth
Middletown
the liturgy. Candlalighting time received.
The Altar Guild sewing com- a.m. In the nursery, kindergarten Sunday at 10 a.m., union wor- Cedar Crest College, ALlentown, County Park, Holmdel.
Tuesday at 8 p.m., the quarter- mittee meets Wednesday ait 9:30 and primary departments. At 11
b 8:11 p.m.
ship services with the congrega- Pa/, where she is majoring in
Sabbath morning services to- ly conference1 will be held.
A beach party and cookout wa
a.m.
a.m., the Young Adult Group will tion of the Middletown Reformed social studies.
morrow are at 10 o'clock. Cantor
Tlie planning committee meets meet.
Church./fito^ervices will be held Rev. Lengler's nibbles include held in Ideal Beach as the final
Sidney Scharff will chant the lit
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL
Thursday at 8:30 p.m.
Monday: 9:30 a.m., the prayer in Old First Church, with Rev. swimming and walking and his meeting for . Junior Girl Seoul
urgy.
Red Bank
Compton conducting.
pet project, beside the construc- Troop 22. Cokades for the girls'
group will meet.
i Daily evening services are at Services Sunday begin with
tion and completion of the new berets were presented to the
CENTRAL BAPTIST
M:30.
Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. Sung
Atlantic Highlands
ST. GEORGE'S-BY-THE-RIVER church, is the Saturday Evening scouts graduating into the cadet
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Eucharist and sermon-by Rev
troop. They were Nancy O'Hara,
Couples' Club.
Rumson
Sunday school meets at 9:45
Atlantic Highlands
CHRIST METHODIST
Earl B. Scott at 9:38 a3m;vThere wiH be a celebration of It is purely a social club and Indy Boberg, Mary Lasky, SuFair Haven
Wednesday at ,7 a.m. Holy a.m. Pastor Harry W. Kraft wJH The summer schedule begins
san Blakely, Lynn Liebowitz am
preach at the 11- a.m. Communion Sunday with services at 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion Sunday at 8 consists of 50 to GO couples, aid
Rev. Charles Hankins will Eucharist will be celebrated.
of whom are members of Christ Candice Iglay.
service on "What Is Liberty?" only. Rev. Richard B. Anderson a.m. In the chantry.
preach t t the 9:30 service SunPastor Kraft will preach at the will preach. TJiere will be no There will be a celebration of Episcopal Church.
day on "Ruled by Consent."
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Holy Communion at 10 a.m. and When queried as to whether the A belated graduation party, was
30 p.m. Communion service.
church school.
t
held for Patricia Costigan, daughMatawan
Sunday at 6:30 pjn., the Pil- Bible study is Tuesday ait 8:30 sermon by the associate rector, old church would possibly be utilST. LUKE'S METHODIST
ized for a meeting hall for the ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Cos>
Sunday services are at 10 a.m grims, Pioneers, Ambassadors .m.
Rev. Robert S. Baker.
Long Branch
Couples' Club, Father Lengler tagan, Neil Ave., June 23 for 30
Sunday services are at 8:30 and The pastor's sermon topic will be ind ' Baptist Youth Fellowship Trustees' meeting is Wednesday
members of the eighth grade
agreed, adding.
REFORMED
11 a.m. Rev. 3*. Courtney Hay- "Mount Hor and Aaron." Sunday meet.
at 8 p.m.
from St. Mary's School, New
"The
church
has
had
a
long
school
meets
at
10
a.m.
Wednesday
at
7:45
p.m.
Is
the
New Shrewsbury
ward will preach_on "The DeclaMonmouth.
midweek prayer meeting.
Rev. F. Alvin Langwith, Ocean and impressive history in this
ration of Independence." Sunday
CHURCH OF CHRIST
FIRST METHODIST
Grove, will be the guest minister community and it would be unschool at 9:45 a.m.
Eatontown
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. The sermon thinkable to destroy it simply Miss Barbara Ann Sullivan,
Keansburg
TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Sunday services will be held topic will be "The Patriot because we have outgrown its daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Red
Bank
TEMPLE BETH AHM
Rev. Newton W. Greiner wil:
at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Com Dream." Church school at 9:30 size."
Rafferty, Green Ave., was gradMatawan
preach at the 9:30 and 11 a.m. Holy Eucharist will be cele- munion will be observed. • Robert
uated June 23 from - Middletown
SSSS^hSsgpiime^ tonight Is services Sunday. Church school jrated Sunday at 8 a.m. Holy Howard will preach. Bible classes a.m.
Township High School and was
В»t 8:11. Sabbath Eve~
"
"
Eucharist and sermon by Rev. will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. Daily Vacation Bible School will
RESEARCH URGED
given a party. Her guests includ•re at 8:30 in the First Aid build- The MYF meets Sundiy'aTBfS K*s_Char!esJH. Best will be Midweek Bible study and prayer be held July 12-23. Opportunity NEW YORK (AP) - Like the
ed Mrs. Thomas Grant, Mr. and
ing. Rabbi Morris L. Rubinstein
for
registration
will
be
given
after
advertising world, the churches Mrs. Charles Mayer, Mr. and
at 10 a.m.
~ T " ^ ~ ~ ^ ^ — - •wiH preach on "The Jewish Con- The EOTOs meet Friday at
ace
Sunday.
must begin a "great new move- Mrs. William Evans, Mr. am
Holy Eucharist will be celecept of Charity."
3:30 p.m.
ment^=sf__-eeajnunications
re- Mrs. Robert Bogart, Mr. and Mrs,
brated Wednesday at 8 and 10
Adult services will be held at
ST. ANN'S CATHOLIC
..m. The service of healing will
search," instead of
Mrs. PhilLUTHER
MEMORIAL
S a.m. tomorrow.
Keansburg
>e at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
such studies as unworliy of the ip Rosenberg, Mrran(I~Mfsn35n
CALVARY BAPTIST
LUTHERAN
Sunday,
Masses
will
be
at
7,
holy gospel, a Methodist leader aid Hofman, Cheryl Evans, Mis
Red Bank
CHRIST EPISCOPAL
(Missouri Synod)
HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN
S, S, 10, 11 and noon.
Joanne Supienski, John Migliore,
says.
Rev. Robert P. Ball will preach
Shrewsbury
New Shrewsbury.
Red Bank
Dally
Masses
will
be
celebrated
The Rev. Dr. Harry C. Spencer Timothy Hennessey and Mr. and
at the Hbly Communion service The summer sohedule becomes Sunday school is at 9 a.m. Rev.
Sunday school and services at
at
7
and
8
a.m.
except
on
first
Mrs.
James Hennessey Woodside,
of Nashville, a church televisionSunday at 11 a.m. Sunday sdhool effective Sunday.. Holy Commun- Daniel D. Reinheimer will preach
9 a.m. Rev. Edwin F. vonBorstel,
at 9:30 a.m. Rev. Herbert Presley ion will be celebrated at 8 a.m. at the 10:30 a.m. Holy, Commun Fridays when hours will be at radio executive, told a meeting L. I.
Jr. will be the guest preacher.
here that "too frequently psychowill preach at the service spon- Rev. Ronald G. Albury will Ion service. Matins service is at 6:30 and 8 a.m.
During the ' absence of Rev.
On Holy Days, Masses will be logical research is not related Dr. J. Nelson Moore, Vejo
sored by the Women's Auxiliary treach at the 9 a.m. parish Euch- 8 o'clock.
Harold Hornberger, parishioners
offered
at
6,
7,
8,
9,
10
and,
tl
of the Deacons' Union at 3:30 irist on "Freedom."
Calendar for the week: Sunday, a.m. and at 7.30 p.m. No chil- to the proclamation of the Beach, Fla., a former pastor of
in need of pastoral assistance
p.m.
Holy Eucharist wil be celep.m., cottage meeting Bible dren are permitted at evening jospel . . . Careful research can the Methodist Church, recentl
should contact Rev. Robert Osgive us answers to our questions visited Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz
class in the home of Mr. and Mass.
wald,
Reformation
Lutheran Calendar for the week: Wednes- brated Friday at 9 a.m.
'or a day.
Mrs. Robert Schulz, Spring Ter., "Confessions will be heard Sat concerning communication."
Churdh, West Long Branch; Rev. day, 7 p.m., Bible class; 8 p.m.,
Red Bank; Tuesday, 8 p.m., urdays, first Thursdays, and on
Roger Burkins, King of Kings midweek prayer service, and Fxi
BAPTIST
church council meets, and Fri- the eves of Holy Days, from
If Lutheran Church, Middletown, or day, 7 p.m., instruction class; 8
Leonardo
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Re*. Frederick Boos, Gethsemane p.m.,*teachers' meeting.
Sunday school meets at 9:45 day, 8 p.m., voters' meeting.
3:30 to 5 p.m. and from 7:30 to
Lutheran Church, Keyport.
.m. The sermon topic at the
8:30 p.m.
ANNUAL SUMMER FAIR
FIRST BAPTIST
11 a.m. Communion service will
FAITH REFORMED
Baptisms will be administered
Red Bank
COMMUNITY
be "Now Is the Time." and at
Hariet
every Sunday at 1 p.m. ArrangeFriday and Saturday, August 20 and 21
Port Monmouth
Rev. Stanley E. Mugridge will the 7:30 p.m. service, "Open His Sunday school classes through ments should be made a week
1
Sunday school meets at 9:30 reacjh at the 11 a.m. service, Eyes." The fellowship offering the third grado meet at 9:30 In advance of the baptism.
on the Church Lawn, Carr Ave. and
a.m. Pastor A. D. Magaw will the Lord's Supper will be ob- wil be taken at the morning ser- .m. Rev. William Gaston will Rev. Edward A. Corrlgaa Is
Kennedy Way, Keansburg
preach at the 11 a.m. service on served and hew members wel- vice. '
preach at the 9:30 a.m. service pastor and Rev. Eugene M. Re"When He Shall Appear." Com- comed. Ohurch school meets at Junior and Junior High Baptist on "The Hearing Ear."
becic and Rev. Frederick A. ValOpen From 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Friday
munion will be celebrated. As- ):45 a.m. preceded by the lay fellowships meet Sunday at 6:15
entino are assistants.
sisting the pastor will be Luther leaders' prayer circle at 9:30.
From 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturday
GRACE LUTHERAN
Walling and Donald A. Magaw, The evening service wilhbe at Midweek prayer and Bible
Freehold ,
ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL
Games, Rides, Refreshments, Cakes, Cookies,
Jr. Rev, Mr. Magaw will preach 7:30. At 7 a.m. there will be a itudy Is Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Holy Communion services will
Highlands
Candy, Handmade and Used Articles
at the 6:30 p.m. service on "Walk- ipecial service for Boy Scouts
be held Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Rev. During July and August, Morning in Truth."
vho^will leave for Vermont.
Famous Fish and Chips Dlnnej;—Friday, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
KING OF KINGS LUTHERAN Byron B. Swanson will preach, ing Prayer with sermon will be
Calendar for the week: Mon- .A"special meeting of the execuMiddletown.
held Sunday at 9 a.m., except for
Adults—81.00, Children—50c
lay, 7:30 p.m., TWC meets; Tues- tive board wiH be held Wednes- Rev. C. Roger Burkina will
TEMPLE SHALOM
the third Sunday of the month,
y, 7:30 p.m., Christian Ladies' day at 7 p.m. followed by the freach at the 8 affd"10:45 a.m.
Matawan Township
when the service will be Holy
Auction following the Dinner
•Circle meets in th« home of Mrs. midweek service of prayer and services Sunday. Sunday scKool Services will be held j n the Communion. Evening Prayer will
Charles Kereliuk, Keansburg, and Bible study at 8 o'clock.
it at 9: IS a.m.
home of Mr. and Mrs, Stephen be at 8 o'clock. Daily services
FUN FOR 41L I
Wednesday, 7:45 p.m., midweek The sewing group will meet Vacation Church School begins Ostrow, 42 IvyMl Dr., Matawan will be u announced. Rev. Wilprayer mejting.
Thursday at 10 a.m.
liam D. Loring, vicar.
'uesday at 9 a.m.
Township, tonight at 8:30,
ST. JAMES CATHOLIC
Red Bank.
The fourth Sunday after Pentecost will be celebrated with re
cited Masses, with hymns at 8
9:15, and 10:30 a.m. and noon i
the church, plus recited Masse:
5:45, and 6:45 in the ohurch am
8:30, 9:45 and II a.m. and 12:1!
p.m. in the auditorium.
The sacrament of baptism will
be administered at 1:30 Sunday
^She sacrament of pejvance will
m administered Saturday from
4'to 6 in the afternoon and 7:30
to 9 in the evening. The sacrament is also administered daily
from 7:30 to 8 a.m., and after
the novena service Monday evening.
Daily Mass is offered at 6:25,
7 and 8 o'clock.
The novena devotion In honor
Of Mary's Miraculous Medal will
be held Monday at 8 p.m. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
will follow.
The Vacation Religion School
will continue Tuesday to Friday
dram 9 to II in the moming fdi
• l i l d r e n of grammar school age,
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Red Bank
Evangelist Paul V. Dobson, An
derson, Ind., will begin a special
series of services Sunday at 11
a.m. when he speaks on "Tfoi
Greatest Thing in the World.
Bible classes begin at 10 a.m
Mr. Dobson will speak ait ser
vices Monday through Thursday,
at 7:30 p.m.
Evangelist Eugene Groome,
Durant, Okla., is directing a visitation campaign in the area.
Following the Sunday morninj
service, the congregation wileave for New York City to attend a special Fourth of Jul
service in the World's Fair Singe
Bowl on the subject "Meeting tfoi
American Crisis."
Rich in History, Tradition
Church Building Started
Lutherans
Expected
To Unite
DETROIT, Mich. — The 118ear-old Missouri Synod of the
Lutheran Church, which has never participated in any formal
ecumenical structure, broke with
that tradition at its 46th convention here recently.
The 860 delegates voted overwhelmingly to join with three
other church bodies in forming
the Lutheran Council in the USA,
new co-operative agency that
will unite most of the nation's
8,600,000 Lutherans in a joint program of theological study and
Christian service.
Lutheran churches in the Red
Bank, N.J., area which are part
of the 2,745,O0O*member Missouri
Synod are Luther Memorial, New
Shrewsbury; Prince of Peace,
Howell Township, and Che Church
of the Good Shepherd, Old Bridge.
The favorable action virtually
assured formation of the agency
as of Jan. 1, 1967.
The new Lutheran Council was
endorsed by the 2,587,000-member
American Lutheran Church last
October, and the 3,253,000-membcr Lutheran Ohurch in America
is expected to approve it next
June. .
- -•
The
Evangelical
Lutheran
Church, which has 22,00O_ members, will act on the proposal in
September, when it also wilt consider an invitation to merge with
the Missouri Synod.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY
Atlantic Highlands
Church service and Sunday
school are at 11 a.m. Wednesday's testimony meeting Is at
8:15 p.m. Reading room hours
are Tuesday and Saturday from
2 to A p.m. except holidays.
HOLY COMMUNION
EPISCOPAL
Fair Haven
Holy Communion will be celebrated every Sunday at 8 'oclock.
The 9:30 service WiH be Holy
Communion the first and third
Sundays and morning prayer the
second and fourth Sundays.
METHODIST
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THE DAILY REGISTER
12 — Friday, July 2, 196£
Linda Fallofc
Is Bride
Church Hall Calendar
Couple Wed
50 Years
Planning for Fall
MARLBORO — Committee
chairmen for a fashion show and
luncheon to be sponsored by
Court St. Rose of Lhna, Catholic
Daughters of America, were announced at a meeting here to the
home of Mrs. John Maziekien
egent. The benefit event wil
take place Oct. 23 in the Amerin Hotel, Freehold,
Selected were Mrs. Alice Dugan, luncheon; Mrs. Carl Cordasco, special project; Mrs. Walter
Burte and Mrs. Lindsey Leifoine, reservations; Mrs. Victor
Giglio and Mrs. William O'Donlell, tickets, and Mrs. Albert
Bennett, fashions, to be presented
>y the Style Shop, Freehold.
FREEHOLD — One hundrei
and fifteen persons attended
50th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs, Fran!
Federici, Sr., 52 Lincoln PI.
which took place Sunday' in thi
American Hotel.
Hosts were their children am
their families, Mr. . and Mrs
Stanley Rodi, Mr. and Mrs. Dajite
Federici, Mayor and Mrs. Frank
E. Gibson and Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Federici, Jr.
The couple were married in
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, Montclair, en June 24
Miss Lynn Marlon Santoro
1915. A Mass was celebrated in
their honor Thursday in St. Rosi
of Lima Catholic Church, Free
hold, where they repeated theii
vows.
SHREWSBURY-Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Federici operated a lunch John M. Santoro, 9 Buttonwood
room in the American Hotel, E Dr., have made known the enMain St., present location o gagement of their daughter, Miss
Frank's Restaurant and Pizzeria Lynn Marion Santoro, to Joseph
He is a charter member of the R. Thompson, Jr., son of Mr.
Elks' organized
the
Italian and Mrs. Joseph R. Thompson,
American Club in 1930 and is a •r., 76 Harding Rd., Red Bank.
past president of the group. He
also is a past president of the The bride-elect is a June graduSurburban Liquor Association, a ate of Red Bank High School. She
employed by Bell Telephone
member of the Board of Adjust,
ments, served as court interpre- Laboratories, Holmdel.
Her fiance attended Thiel Coler for 15 years, is a past trea
lurer of the Chamber of Com- lege, Gieenville, Pa., and is now
merce and an honorary reporter n his senior year at Monmouth
from Monmouth County for El College, West Long Branch.
Progresso, Italian newspaper in The engagement was announced
iunday at a party for family and
New York.
The couple have 16 grandchil- riends at the home of the brideilect's
parents.
dren and a great granddaughter.
HAZLET — Miss Linda Fallon,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas E. FaBon, 33 Warren St.,
Keyport, became the bride of
Richatd Edward Chapman, Sunday in St. John's Methodist
Church.
ing, Mrs. Viola Lee and Mrs.
Theodore Moreau, kitchen plan
ning and preparing meals.
Mrs. Vincent Dugan, 6upp!y
secretary, reported 35 pounds ol
clothing and a check toward
shipping expenses were given to
the recent church world service
clothing center, and will be senl
to Windslow, Md. The next clothing collection will be held in
October.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edward
Chapman, 438 Main St., Kejjport.
Rev. Norman R. Riley, pastor, performed the double ring
ceremony.
The bride was given in c a r riage by her father. Shetf'-jore
a white mousseline de soietfCorlength gown designed with scoop
neckline, long tapered sleeves
and bell-shaped skirt which ended
in a chapel train. Her bouffant
shoalder-Jength veil of French illusion, was attached to a white
satin pleated bonnet with pear'ized orange blossoms, the same
headpiece her mother had wor
at her wedding. She carried :
long cascade bouquet of white
pompons, white roses and white
carnations centered with two
white orchids.
INSTALL OFFICERS
SHREWSBURY - Women's As
sociation of the Presbyterian
Miss Linda Schlichting
church installed new officers ai
the final meeting of the yea
held in the church lounge.
Speaker was Miss Martha A.
DISCUSSION
Ray, a missionary assigned to
MATAWAN — At the recent teach in Egypt, whose topic was
MIDDLETOWN — Mr. and Mrs
Paul Schlichting, 254 Rt. 35, an- Jose of season meeting of Cross "God Calls to Freedom and
nounce the engagement of their f Glory Lutheran Church Worn- Obedience."
daughter, Miss Linda Louise n. Rev. Richard A. Weeden,
Officers, installed by Rev. John
Schlichting, to Thomas Joseph astor, led a discussion on ihe
R. Collins, pastor, are Mrs.
Robinson, Jr., son of Mr. and mportance of goals In the life
Donald Ogden, president; Mrs
Mrs. Thomas J. Robinson, 60 >f the individual, his family and
Miss Gail Merrell, Keyport,
C.F.H. Johnson, vice president;
iis church. The meeting was
Richard Ter.
cousin of the bride, was ijhid
Mrs. John N. Bornholdt, Jr.
Mrs. John Newbon, second vice
The bride-elect, a June gradu- eld in Strathmore School,
of honor, She wore a street-MS&th
„ (The former Miss Virginia Elizabeth Smith)
president; Mrs. Fred W. Enan
ate of Middletown Township High First meeting of the fall sea- der, corresponding secretary;
blue organza gown, tnatcWing
School where she was a member ion will be in September.
velvet
blow headpiece, and carMrs. William A. Gregory, reof the National Honor Society,
ried a cascade of niatching flowcording secretary, and Mrs. WiJ
COVERED DISH
is employed by Red Bank attorers.
iam F. Keller, treasurer.
ney David C. Furman." She also FREEHOLD - A covered dish
The bridal attendants in the
Chairmen
for
the
various
cirhas been enrolled in home study uncheon preceeded the recent
rainbow wedding wore Identical
at Art Instruction, Inc., Des leeting in <the parish house of cles were also installed.
gowns and matching headpieces
As a final activity program
Moines, Iowa, specializing in 'omen of St. Peter's. Mrs. Bert
and carried cascade bouquets of
ackson, who is leaving for a Mrs. Newbon has arranged for BAYSIDE, L.I.-At All Saints' the former Miss Frances Irene matching flowers. Miss Georgina
commercial art and design.
ip
to
England,
was
presented
a
bys
trip
to
the
World's
Fair
Episcopal Church here Saturday, Willard of Burlington, Iowa.
Mr. Robinson, a 1961 graduate
Aumack, Keyport, cousin of the
giftgJ 13. The bus will leave at Miss Virginia Elizabeth. Smith, After a wedding trip to Myrtle
of Middletown Township High
bride, wore green; Miss Judith
Mrs.
Jackson
appointed
Mrs.
12:30
p.m.
from
the
churchdaughter
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
James
Beach, S.C., and Sea Island, Ga., Wallace, Keyport, pink;' Mrs.
School, is attending Monmouth
.eonard
Nibblett
social
relations
W.
Smith
of
Bayside,
became
the
the couple will remain in Bay- John Barry, Perth Amboy, apriCollege, West Long Branch, where
bride of Second Lt. John N. Born- side until the opening of the fall
he is majoring in business ad- ftairman, and named as budget
cot, and Miss Beverly Walsh,
ommittee
members
Mrs.
George
holdt,
Jr.,
elder
son
of
Lt.
Col.
semester, when they will reside
ministration. He is currently with
and Mrs; Bornholdt, 61 Barton on the University of Iowa campus Woodstown, her college roomthe Suburban Pharmacy, Middle- "hambers, Mrs. Fred Kneer and
mate, yellow.
'iss Kathryn Dittmar.
Rd., Eatontown, N. J. Col. Born- in Iowa City.
town.
Mrs. EdsarVan Derveer chairCharJene Wallace, Keyport,
holdt is director of the Office of
HIGHLANDS- MjyВ»nd Mrs.
lon of the annual bazar this
was flower girl. She wore a pale
Academic Operations, U. S. Army
Charles C. Eckert, 79 Laurel Dr.,
ear, announced tentative dates
blue chiffon princess-style wwn
Signal School, Fort Monmouth.
, were honored at a 25th wedding
Nov. 18 and $.'._
and carried a plateau b a s k f o f
anniversary celebration given by
The bride, who is a graduate
Mrs.
'
Harold"
MilTard,'
Mo'
n
"-'
due. and" white ttaisi?'. Her hel4' their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
of'MOUM Holyoke College," South
wuth district chairman for Epispiece was a wreath of fresh blue
" a n d Mn.'Edgar Sanborn, 3 RogHadley,
Mass.,
has
been
a
teacher
MATAWAN — Newly-installed opal Churchwomen, announced
and white daisies.
ers St., Alpine Manor, Portland
of French at Roslyn Junior High
officers of the Evening Depart- ie fall district meeting will be
Rd.
Joseph Chapman, at home, was
School
for
the
past
year.
She
ment of the Woman's Club of' teld here Oct. 13. The local
best man for his brother. Ushers
The couple, who were married
also has done graduate work at
Matawan are Mrs, Thomas T. group will serve a luncheon.
were
Thomas W. Faillon, at home,
June 1, 1940, at St. Leo's CathoQueens College.
WEST DEAL - "The last time
Stamcs, chairman; Mrs. August
lic Church, Irvington, have two
Lt. Bornholdt was graduated the Democrats held the office of brother of the bride; Wffliam
Schmeling, vice chairman; Mrs. Mrs. Fred Kneer will serve as
granddaughters, Dsbra and Donna
from the University of Iowa.last surrogate of Monmouth County, Wright, Keyport, Robert Kriney,
Edward Cain, recording secre *airman of a food sale to be
Sanborn.
January. As a Distinguished Mili- just before Edward Broege, it Plaintield, cousin of the bride,
tary; Mrs. Arthur Matt, corre- leld Sept. 11.
Among the guests were their
ary Graduate of the university's lasted for 60 years," Donald Cun- and John Bahreriburg, Hazlet.
sponding secretary, and Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Joseph King reported on
attendants, Mrs. George Jordon,
ROTC program, he was commis ningham told the Monmouth Legal They will reside at 192 Inwood
liam Weintraub, financial secre- ie migrant school which will
East Orange, maid of honor;
Ave,, Upper Montclair.
sioned in the Regular Army. He Secretaries at a meeting here.
s held in St. Peter's this year
tary.
Ernest Eckert, Mr. Eckert's
received a deferred status to en
The/bnide and the bridegroom
Mr. Cunningham, who is Mon
August. Mrs. Frank Moreau
Miss
Geraldine
V.
Brown,
Keybrother, Irvington, best man, and
able him to work for a master's mouth County surrogate and also are graduates of Kejport High
rill be in charge of used clothport,
southern
vice
president
of
Miss Dolores Eitel, Union, flower
degree in broadcast journalism borough attorney for Avon and School.
the New Jersey State Federation
girl.
and is now at the University of South Belmar, added that his Mrs. Chapman will enter her,
Miss Lois Klockner
of
Women's
Club,
was
installing
Prized Afghan
Others present were Mr. and
Iowa on a teaching fellowship and main concern at present is to senior year at Montclair S" ""'
officer
at
the
candlelight
cereMrs. Elia Eckert, Mr. and Mrs.
where he and both of his parents work out a system to hasten the College in September and 1
mony in Buttonwood Manor.
Otto Rothman, Frederick Eckert,
were undergraduates. Lt. Born process of probating wills, one of member of Delta Theta Psi Sor.962
Tickets
are
still,available
for
Irvington; }Mr. and Mrs. Elia
holdt is a member of Delta Up- the main functions of his office. ority.
the
theater
party
on
Oct.
2
to
Eckert, Jr.j Clifton: Mr. and Mrs
silon and of Sigma Delta Chi.
New members inducted during The bridegroom served four
see "Baker Street" in New. York
Emil Eitel, Mrs. Margaret WetBoth he and his father are na- the meetings, which was held in years in the U. S. Navy and is
City. Reservations may be made
zel, Union; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
ives of Davenport. His mother is the Admiral's Table, were Miss employed in the mail room of
Anlas, Nutley; Mr. and Mrs. FREEHOLD - Miss Lois Ida with Mrs. Harry Pitcher, Box 6,
Evelyn Belling, Ocean Township; the Newark Evening News.
Robert Iteming, Point Pleasant; Klockner was recently employed Holmdel.
Miss Eleanor Gough, Point Pleas- After
a reception in Buck
i part-time basis to work
Mrs. Elsa Kuhlman, Newington,
ant; Mrs. John Johnson, and Mrs. Smith's Restaurant, East 'KeansConn.; Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ma ,n co-operation with George SilVera Dowkontt, Neptune; Miss burg, the couple motored to the
lerik and daughter Martina, ver, Monmouth County 4-H agent.
Miss Edith McDavitt
Mary Koch, Eatontown, and Mrs. Poconos.
Highlands; George Jordon, East Her major responsibility will be
MATAWAN — Four new mem- Susan Hutzler, Freehold.
RUMSON — Miss Edith McOrange; Mr. and Mrs. Chet with the 4-H home economics
Mrs have been accepted by Dnai Guests were Miss Donna Kohl- FIREMEN'S FAIR SLATED
Davitt, 16-year-old daughter of
Brown, Belmar; Mrs. Francis irogramof the* Monmouth County RED BANK — Pamela CurdiBnith
Woman, Ayelet Chapter, man, Long Branch; Miss Betty
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDavitt,
Lahbein, Irvington; Mrs. Mary, Extension Service 4-H program. in, member of Girl Scout Junior,
Bayshore area. Membership now Midgely, West Long Branch; Mrs. NORTH CENTERVILLE
The
county
has
more
than
600
136
Avenue
of
Two
Rivers,
sailed
Bennett, Mrs. Vivian Sanborn,
The Volunteer Fire Co. will
Troop 307 of the First Baptist
otals 110.
Nora Jenkins, West Allenhurst;
from New York Saturday for a
Ross Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- 4-H members who belong to 45 Church, received a special award
hold
its
annual
fair
from,
Mem'
summer in Istanbul, Turkey, as They are Mrs. Julius Gdbel, Mrs. Gail Goldstein, Oakhurst; day, July 12, to Saturday, " '
erick Limberger, Highlands, and clubs and carry out a wide vari- at a recent Court of Awards held
ety of projects in gardening,
the representative of the Rumson- Mrs. Bert Barnett, Mrs. Sol Man- Miss Alice O'Connor, Red Bank; 17. The fair grounds are
Russ Ferguson, Irvington.
in Cypress Inn for Junior- Troop
Fair Haven Chapter of the Ameri- nes and Mrs. Leonard Jacobs. Miss Pearl Baumann, Matawan; posite the Airport Plaza S
;
Other guests were Mr. and [Omemaking, agriculture and re- 307 and Cadett* Troop 52.
Those persons wishing to have Mrs. Jack Ozer, Elberon, and
can Field Service.
Mrs. Gene Capone, Linden; Mr. iated fields.
ping Center, Rt. 36 and Middle
a tree planted in Israel "in mem- Mrs. Valerie Finkowski, Belmar.
Mrs. Vernon Patterson, leader
and Mrs. John A. Bahrs, High- Miss klockner, born in Trenton
Rd. There will be rider, games
Miss
McDavitt
was
selected
ory
of"
or
"in
honor
of"
someone,
of
Troop
307
presented
the
award,
The
theater
party
committee
lands, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley nd a June graduate of Douglass
and refreshments.
from among 13 applicants from iaive been asked to'contact Mrs.
a
Girl
Scout
statuette
for
"the
announced
that
tickets
had
been
'ollege, attended Temple UniverWalker, Middletown.
the Junior class at Rumson-Fair Earle Silveranan, 28 Juniper PI.
scout
who
has
demonstrated
abilobtained
for
"Any
Wednesday."
lity where she received a degree
Haven Regional High School toj The trees will be planted in
of associate in science in land- ity to live by the scout law,
FIRST BIRTHDAY
participate in the "Students Martyr's Forest, a memorial to The membership voted to hold
enthusiasm in her work, and deBosses Night in the Jumping
cape
design.
She
was
employed;
_ PORT MONMOUTH —Leonard
Abroad"
program.
he 6 million Jews slain during Brook Golf and Country Club in
votion to her scouting duty."
Lewis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. is a floral designer and playthe
Nazi
regime.
She sailed for Rotterdam on
October.
Leonard Lewis, 32 /Willow St., ground superintendent before she Mrs. Lionel Simon, Neiijhborthe Seven Seas with 850 other
1
celebrated his first birthday Sun nrolled at Douglass. She is a hood leader, with assistant Junfrom
1
American
students.
From
there
SISTERHOOD INSTALLS
day at an outdoor party at his ormer 4-H club member and ior leader, Mrs, Americo Adams,
she will fly to Istanbul to join
home. Sixty guests were present. served as an assistant leader of and Cadette leader, Mrs. Eric
MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - The
her Turkish host family. She will
11 the Princeton Tiger 4-H Club of Kronman, presented badges and
Sisterhood of Temple Shalom rereturn to New York Sept. 10
awards to the following scouts:
Princeton.
cently held installation of offiaboard the Seven Seas.
RIVER
PLAZA
—
Miss
Mary
Junior Troop 307: Karen Escers at the home of Mrs. Stephen
/ecohia, daughter of Mr. and Ostrow, Officers for the. coming
posito, , Pamela Curchin, Paty
Attend Workshop
Mrs.
Alfred
Vecchia,
87
Lake
RECEIVE AWARDS
Loyersidge, Patty McGee, Patty
year are Mrs. Stanley Berkowitz,
ASBURY PARK - The follow- Shore Dr., is the recipient of a president; Mrs. Andrew SackerRuffini, Marian Festa, Joyce and
In Plain-field
scholarship
given
by
the
River
ing
graduates
of
ithe
Stuart
School
man, first vice president; Mrs.
PLAINFIELD — Officers and Janet ,Pharr, Cindy Patterson,
for details
of Business Administration here Pla^a Woman's Club for the com- Pats' Zuckerman, second vice
department chairmen of the Mat- Rose Marie Tomanio, Debra
received awards at graduation: ing school year.
When
you
want
a
bit
ol
Eaiile,
Frandne
.Pettllo,
Patty
president; Mrs. Peter Wallach,
awan Junior Woman's Club at-:
Phone 741-2240
Miss Linda Jane Geary, Middle- The award is made each year recording secretary; Mrs. Montended a leadership workshop Rudolph, Irene Miiios and JacJrie warmth there's nothing like a
town, and John Paul Moller, Red x> an outstanding senior from roe Oppenheimer, corresponding
conducted by the New Jersey Williams; and Cadette Troop 52: Dzy afghan. Crochet it now!
Bank, academic award; Miss Middletown Township High School secretary; and Mrs. Herbert
State Federation, of Women's Regina Adams, Beth Ann Patter- Quick crochet in shell, stitch
Sandra Ann Brownlee, Monmouth for excellence in scholastics and Ginsberg, treasurer.,
Clubs' Junior Membership De- son, Linda Puleso, Ann Van Kat-j <n a large hook. Use odds and
Beach, and Anthony T. Sonatore leadership.
Mrs. Norton Berlin, outgoing
Trtof Yourstff to a
partment in the clubhouse of the tengell, Dennise Rudolph and ends of yarn, repeat same colors,
Keansburg,
leadership Miss Vecohia is a member of president, was presented a gold
Nicky Kronman.
'attern 962: directions; color Jr.,
smart and fashionable
Monday Afternoon Club here.
102 W. Front St., Red Bank
award; Miss Dorothy Janis Moj- the National Honor Society, and,
chemes.
eolfftirt today at tin
Attending were Mrs. Frank A Elag service was conducted
jis, Point Pleasant, and James while at school, was on the newsThirty-five
cents
in
coins
for
Panek, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mrs. by Dennise Rudolph and Ann KatDesmond,
Rumson, paper staff. ,
ach pattern — add 15 cents for Joseph
William Conway, Mrs. Jack Cot- tengell with Pamela Curchin and
ach pattern for lst-class mailing achievement award, and Miss She will attend Montclair State
Sandra Dox as honor guards.
trell,
Mrs.
Donald
Cacace,
Mrs.
Maureen
Mary
Trahman,
ShrewsBEAUTY SALON
nd special handling. Send to
College in the fall and will
Edward Potts, Mrs. Pat DeRosa, Welcome speeches were made
aura Wheeler, The Daily Regis- bury, attendance award.
75 MONMOUTH STREET
major in foreign languages.
and Mrs. John Kovacs.
by Janet Pharr,. president of
r, Neeaiecraft Dept., Box 161,
B42-0042
Mrs. Edward Potts will repre- Troop 307, and Linda puleso, 'Id Chelsea Station, New York
BRIDAL SHOWER
LOUISE and GRACE
sent the club as a member of president of Troop 52. ^
Y. 10O11. Print pattern nunv
NEW MONMOUTH — Miss Vir
Expert Hair Stylists
Mrs. Neil Festa and Mrs. jer, name, address, zip.
the fall conference committee.
glnia McNair was given a bridal
James Tomanfo were invested in- 1965 Needlecraft Catatog — 200 shower at home recently byj
to Girl Scouts and will be as- esigns, 3 free patternsf More to Misses Linda Berger and Judith
sistant leaders to Mrs. Patterson. irochet, knit, sew, embroider, McNair, New Monmouth, and KEANSBURG - Mrs. Margaret Stefanski, 31 Harding Rd., anA talent show presented by
Georgetta Wood, Belford. There nounces the engagement of her
both troops followed the awards
were
50
guests
present.
'Decorate with Needlecraft"—
r
daughter, Miss Virginia Lorraine
ceremony.
fabulous, new book packed with Miss McNair will be married Stefanski, to Allen James John1
thin strips of green :essories shown in 5 idea-filled byterian Church to Raymond A! sun, sun ui ivnr"aitq~ ivii
pepper or pimiento to creamed rooms-. Applique co-ordinates, pil- bert Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs J. Johnson, 1-A Evergreen PI.
The bride-elect also is the daughcelery makes the dish attractive. ' w s , wall hangings, more. 50c.
Albert Wood, Belford. Miss Me
Or easier yet, just sprinkle with Send for superb Quilt Book — NairV parents are Mr, and Mrs ter of the late Edward Stefanski.
Miss Stefanski is a graduate of
paprika.
6 complete patterns. 50c.
J. A. McNair, Kenneth Ter.
Middletown
Township
High
School. She is employed at the
Keansburg-Middletown National
Bank, Keansburg.
Mr, Johnson attended Middletown Township High School and
served with the U.S. Air Force.
He is employed by the American
Bring new beauty into your home . .
Can Company, Cliffwood.
Announce Engagement
Lt. Bornholdt Marries
Miss Virginia E. Smith
Honor Parents
On Anniversary
Club Installs
New Officers
To Spend
Summer
! n Turkey
Describes
Surrogate's
Functions
|To Assist
4-H Agent
Scout Receives
Special Award
Ayelet Chapter
Accepts Four
ACCIDENT & HEALTH
Disability Insurance
lub Presents
Scholarship
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DEAN'S LIST STUDENTS
GREENVJULjE, & C - On the
dean's list at Bob Jones University are three students from Monmouth County: Arthur Robert
Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Butler, 29 Kings Hwy.,
Middletown, a junior in the College of Arts and Science; Miss
Carol Gene GootSiart, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ВЈ . Goodhart, 89 Morimouth Ave., Leonardo, a freshman In the College
of Arts and Sciences, arid Fred
Buchanan Smith, 3d, son of
M/Sgt. and Mrs. Fred B. Smith,
Jr., 39 Goiselin Ave., Fort Monmouth, a freshman in the .School
of Business Admlnstratym.
FRESH
DAILY
From Our Farm
D. J. LUCCARELLI'S
DEARBORN
FRUIT FARM
HIGHWAY 35
(JUST SOUTH OP MATTEL TOYS)
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THE DAILY" REGISTER
Friday, July 2, 1965 — 13
Bridal Shower
For Miss Glum
FREEHOLD — Miss Susan
Hum, Rt. 33, who will become
the bride of William Slezak of
Lakewood on Sunday in the
Methodist Church, was honored
at a surprise bridal shower at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Glum. Hostesses were
Mrs. Charles Glum and Mrs. William Rue.
Attending .were Mrs. Louis
Glum, Mrs. lira Kennedy, Mrs
Louis Milich, Mrs. Harry Glum
Mrs. Eugene Glum, and Mrs
Robert Zaleski, Freehold; Mrs
Oscar Davison, Mrs. Charles Wilkins and Miss Maida Brodniak
Englishtown; Mrs. Randolph
Lane, Collingswood Park; Mrs
James Stansbury, Mrs. Thomas
Wilburn, Mrs. Elmer Brown and
Mrs. Eleanor Clark, Oakhurst;
Mrs. Charles Dwen, and daughter,
Barbara, Eatontown; Mrs. Walter Sutiphen and daughter, Lynn
Holmdel; Mrs. Elizabeth Slezak
Lakewood; Mrs. Anthony Deltuso,
Farmingdale; Mrs. Marie Silow,
Siloam, and Mrs. Joseph Houlahan, Toms River.
Auxiliary News
Convention Tribute
WILDWOOD—Mrs. Harry Kern, | Mrs. Ernest Hoffman and Mrs
retiring president of the Sixth James Foggia were chairmen of
trict, Veterans of Foreign the annual June dinner of the
rs Auxiliary, and a member auxiliary in the Shore Hills MoGuadalcanal VFW Auxiliary, tel.
Matawan Township, was honored Presented with 25-year pins and
at the VFW Auxiliary State De- gifts^were Mrs. Arthur Wright
partment convention here.
and Mrs. William Fleckner.
She was presented a past presiNEWLY-INSTALLED praiidВ«nt of Insurance Women of Monmouth County, Mrs. H.
INSTALLATION
dent pin by Mrs. John Sommer,
past department president and a MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - Mrs. Anns Schuster, Wanamassa, right, chats with Miss Terry Locher, Asbury Park, laft,
member of the Keyport Auxiliary. Raymond Hildebrandt was install retiring president, and Mrs. Angio Patterson, center, first vice president of Insurance
She also received a gift of ed as junior vice president of Women of New Jersey, who was installing officer at the dinner in Cobblestones,
money from all the district Guadalcanal Post, Veterans of
auxiliaries. Presentation w a s Foreign Wars Auxiliary at a re- Middletown. Other officers are Mrs.' Martha Serbe, Middletown, first vice president;
made by Mrs. Joseph Burkett, in- cent meeting in the Memorial Mrs. Gladys Smith, Spring Lake, second vice president; Mrs. Alice Carlone, Red Bank,
coming president of District 6. Home here conducted by Mrs. treasurer; Miss Jackie Rouleau, Red Bank, recording secretary, and M n . Gladys Hower,
The district approved a $50 do-James Fitzsimmons.
nation to the department.
Memorial services were con Allenhunt, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Kern was accompanied to ducted for the late member, Mrs.
P e convention by Mrs. James Emma Metting by Mrs. Joseph
jTitzsimmons, immediate p a s t Bienkowski, Auxiliary chaplain.
president of Guadalcanal Aux Mrs. Marjorie Concepcion was
T O U C H O f ROYALTY is revealed in this princess line
Uiary; Mrs. Joseph Smith, presi- elected delegate to the National
dent, and Mrs. Irene Meehan. Convention of Ladles Auxiliary
MATAWAN TOWNSHIP-New- latin gown with a Bertha collar of re-embroidered
ly-ir.stalled officers of the Mata- Aleneon lace on English net. Its flowing tlcirt and chapel
VFW to be held in Chicago in
COVERED DISH
wan Township Auxiliary of the train are appliquod and edged in lace. This is on* of thВ»
August.
Bayshore Community Hospital
OCEANPORT - Hook and Lad- Four members of the local
are Mrs. Theodore Carrillo, pres- gowns to be shown at Bamberger's "On With The
der Company Auxiliary was host auxiliary were elected to offices
to the MonmDuth Beach Fire at the Sixth District Convention A woman in a bathing suit is is that the sexy garment Is the If not, there are numerous ident; Mrs. Alvin Margulies, first Wedding" fashion show July 7 at 7:30 p.m. in fhВ« Civic
Company Auxiliary at a covered held recently in Middletown Post a spectacular sight. That's right one that suggests. The neckline styles to camouflage the excess vice president; Mrs. William Auditorium of Monmouth Shopping Center, Eaforvtown.
dish supper in the firehouse.
Home, Rt. 35, Middletown. Mrs. —any woman in virtually any that says peekaboo to the girl- you: boys shorts minimize thighs Weithas, second vice president;
A demonstration of hairstyling Harry Kern, immediate past bathing suit. But of course spec- watching male is far more tan- as do skirts on suits; one-piece Mrs. Steven David, .treasurer;
and wigs was given by Sam Sa president of the Sixth District, tacular has several meanings. talizing than the neckline that suits, particularly blousons, cov- Mrs. Robert Kolidan, correspondvino of 183 East Newman Springs was elected trustee; Mrs. Ralph A good-looking, well-built wom- nearly knocks him over, shouting er waistline flab. There are even ing secretary, and Mrs. James
Scarborough, secretary; Mrs, Jo- n in a chic swimsuit is a "Hey, look at me—all of me!"turtlenecks for the totally cov- Miller, recording secretary.
Rd.( Shrewsbury.
seph Smith, color bearer, and thing of beauty, delightful to be- A hint of skin, a curve that tells ered look which is sometimes Also, Mrs. James Edwards,
Mrs. George Brenon, banner hold. Anything iess falls into a of greater glories yet unseen is quite appealing.
CAKE SALE
program chairman; Mrs. Arthur
descending scale of pleasure, all any woman's most potent weap- As for color, the sky's the Cohen, publicity chairman; Mrs.
MONMOUTH BEACH - The bearer.
the way down to the overweight
Fire Company Auxiliary will hold
limit. In my designs for swim William Kitchen, membership PRINCETON — Two Middle- mouth Medical Center in 1952-83
ANNIVERSARY DINNER
lass in the undercut bikini.
' ca,HeL saje,and r take charge of
wear two seasons ago, I launched chairman, and Mrs. Gerard town women were elected to the and a volunteer there from 1950
refreshment booth at the An- HIGHLANDS — Past Presidents The swimsuit occupies a unique
the highly successful red-white- O'Neill, hospitality chairman.
board of directors for tile New to 1960. She is the current presinual Firemen's Fair, to be held Club of Twinlight American Le- —and splendid—position on the
and-blue look which then spread Sheridan C. Snider, adminstra- Jersey Association for Mental ient of the Smith College Club
on Ocean Rd. here Aug. 13, 14, gion Auxiliary held its eighth American scene: it bares it.
rapidly across the whole sports- tor of the hospital, conducted theHealth here at its 14th annual jf Monmouth County and a mem. 19, 20 and 21..
anniversary dinner last month Swimming offers a woman the
wear field. I still believe those ceremony in the all-purpose room meeting.
er of St. George's-by-the-River
. Mrs. Thomas Porter, president, in Bahrs Restaurant.
only legitimate excuse to shed
are marvelous color combina- of the Strathmore School and ad- Mrs. Walter Reade, Jr., 556Episcopal
Churdh,
Rumsoti,
Will call a special planning meet- Mrs. John L. Dedrick, auxiliary her clothes. The fact that most
tions, but of course I like to dressed the group.
where she is active in the SunNavesink
River
Rd.,
and
Mrs.
ing in July tor the event.
president, presented Mrs. Robert bathing suits cover iess terrichange my colors and lines, jusi Mrs. Barnabas P. Carter, re- Spencer W. Pitts, 33 Blossom day School.
Mrs. Burt Rogers and Mrs. P. Caplinger, retiring president tory than underwear is just a
as I'm sure you do.
tiring president, presented retir- Cove Rd., were welcome by "We are very pleased to welEdwin Gustofson have applied foi of the Past Presidents, with a feminine double standard. It's
So follow your fancy, remem- ing officers with red carnations. president Rodenic L. O'Connor. come Mrs, Reade and iMrs. Pitts
membership and will be presented Silver Life Membership card.
all what the senses get used to.
bering to flatter the suntan thai
Mrs. Reade has been active on to the leadership group of our
auxiliary pins at the September Other past president's attendin this country requires
is at least half the purpose ol
New Stewardess
the appropriations, mental hos- association whose efforts are dimeeting.
ing were Mrs. Ethel Kollmar, theSociety
bodytofoeas covered as is
the beach scene. The other hal
pitals and community service rected toward fighting mental JllHostesses a t the recent meet- vice president; Mrs. Harry E . reasonably convenient. It might
I'm sure I can safely leave to
committees for NJAMH, and also ness and helping the mentally
. Ing were Mrs, Katerine Fergu- Beyer, secretary; Mrs. Stephen therefore be assumed that any
your imagination. Just be sure
is a member of the board of ill," stated Mr. O'Connor^ who
son, chairman, assisted by Mrs. H. Faller, treasurer, Mrs. Hen- garment exposing flesh is alyou leave something to ours!
directors of the Monmouth Coun- was re-elected to his office.
Howard Rombey, Mrs. Russell rietta Kinney, Mrs, Bernard luring in exact proportion to the
ty Association for Mental Health. Others re-elected were vice
Spriggs, Miss Diane Mancy and Mount and Mrs. Claudia France. body surface uncovered.
FASHION MIRROR
She also is affiliated with the presidents Mrs. Fftzhugh W.
Miss Barbara Seibel.
Guests, in addition to Mrs. DedChildren's Psychiatric Center, the Boggs, Montclair; Robert B.
One of the pleasures of sumrick were, Mrs. Frank A. Wright, By that reasoning, the famous
Monmouth County Heart Associa- :iark, and Harry P. Downs, Jr.,
mer is the joyous feeling of
Mrs. <Jeorge Selah, Mrs. Hubbard topless swimsuit of last summer
INSTALLATION
was about as sexy as you could
tion and the League of Women both of Madison. Elected secrefreedom that overcomes even
FREEHOLD - The following Stiles, Mrs. Stella Jones, Mrs. get without risking a morals
I Voters. Her husband is the thea- tary was Mrs. Henry E. Mahncke
the stuffiest of souls. It makes
officers wera installed at a re-Mary Amend, and.Mrs. Thomas charge (and on some beaches
jter and restaurant chain execu- of Penuington and treasurer,
sense and harmony, then, if
cent meeting of ttВ« VFW Aux- Caoli.
it was cause for arrest). But
Francis McAdoo, Jr.of Califon.
'tive.<
your clothes reflect your frame
iliary held here In Knights of
I don't think that is really the
of mind.
Mrs. Pitts has been active in
Columbus Home.
case. In fact, I firmly believe that
a number of community affairs.
'• If you're an active, carefree
Mrs. Buelah Strickland, presi- Graduate Honored
the topless suit, and garments
"Distinctive
She was president of the com
spirit, a culotte may be just
dent; Mrs, Gus, Charlotte Frank, At Lawn Party
of that persuasion, actually un
bined auxiliaries of the Mon
what your summer wardrobe
Junior vice president; Mrs. Hazel
Workmanship"
dermine
sex.
lacks. Cut for comfort and
Hiller, senior vicВ« president; Mrs. FREEHOLD-Miss Linda Gar- Why, you ask, clutching your
freedom of movement, the cuWalter Cullen, secretary; Mrs. dener, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. no doubt well-covered bosom. It
CUSTOM
lotte has long been the answer
Joseph Marazita, treasurer) Mrs. William Gardener. 31 Bond St., is my pleasure to tell you.
for tfie womart who likes action
Frances Ayers, chaplain; Mrs. was honored at a lawn party Ladies, a man's interest is
• UPHOLSTERING
yet wants to look like a woman.
Mazie Nolan, patriotic instructor; Sunday at her home following a r o u s e d — and maintained—' •nrx CDLORE rest
PORT
MONMOUTH
Mrs.
' Mrs. Joan Zarnowskj, Mrs. Ken-graduation from Freehold Re- by what "he thinks is in store.
•
SLIPCOVERS
This summer the culotte is
CARBHUEE COMFORT*
Edward Powers, Locust Ter., was
j reth Frank and Mrs. Nolan, color gional High School.
appearing on golf courses,
You
don't
have
to
know
how
to
entertained at a farewell party • DRAPERIES
(j| bearers; Mrs. Ida Cook, guard, Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
spell psychology to know that My own Idea of sexiness In a beaches and suburban streets
recently in the Elks Hall by memand Mrs. Lillian Brewer, his- George Aumack and children, anticipation is always more than chic swimsuit means revealing •In fabrics that bear the mark
Linda,
George,
.JK,
and
Cindy;
bers of the Democratettes. Mr.
enough, to be interesting, yet of op art. Not for the weak in
torian.
Miss Margo Duym
half the fun. Reality often suf- covering
—FOAM—
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Clair
Aumack,
John
and Mrs. Powers moved this
enough to tempt. A spirit, these op art fabrics deMrs. Rita Scarborough, instalfers in comparison with the joyling officer, was assisted by Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harley ful anticipation—whether it's deep plunge *that is partially mand attention from the view- CHICAGO-Miss Margo Duym, week to Bel Air, Md.
Ruth Williams and Mrs. Helen Pretty and sons, Harley, Jr., and buying a house, preparing for a laced up, & two-piece suit that er and self-confidence from the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Attending were M's. Harry
Dantoski, all from the Cliffwood John; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shat- big date, or ogling the other sex. shows the curve of a well-formed wearer. But an insucure woman A. Duym, Rt. 34, Colts Neck, Short, Mrs. iBarbara" Greene,
any shapt or sin
kus and sons, Mrs. Catherine Cohip or a firm bosom—if the well- with wavering fashion sense N.J., has been graduated from Mrs. Lawrence Vermol, MdddleBeach Auxiliary.
Fortunately for mankind, the
Donations were voted for the ley, Peter Shatkus, Mrs. Edith imagination is a wild, free thing formed bip and firm bosom be- would probably avoid culottes United Airlines S t e w a r d e s s tawn Township Committeemen
School, O'Hare Field. She will Martin Lawlor and Edward Roth
First Aid Squad and the recent Gardener, Miss Edith Gardener, that can cast a rosy glow of long to you.
all together.
be assigned to the Greater Pitts- and.Mrs. Lawfor and Mrs. Roth,
VFW post's wheel chair project. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trot and beauty on the most pedestrian
So,
gather
your
courage,
burgh Airport, Pittsburgh, Pa. Assemblyman and Mrs. Patrick
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey DuBois.
throw caution to the WindsAlso, Wayne DuBois, John Noll, object or experience—as long as
Miss Duym is an alumna of J. McGann, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL
or
rather
to
the
balmy
breezes
plain
old
reality
doesn't
intrude
James Noll, Pat Noll, William
Portaupeck — A strawberry Noll, Nancy Carroll, Robert Car- on the fantasy. Believe me, few
—and discover the comfort and Freehold Regional High School Douglas Donahue, Mrs. Donald DEBRA DECORATORS
and a graduate pediatrics techni- Kelleher, Mrs. Eugene Feury,
festival highlighted the closing roll, Mr. and Mrs.'Edward Show- women ever are—ever can be—
style of culottes.
cian of the New York Foundling Mrs. Joseph Tomaso, Mrs. Carl 326 Oeeanport Ave., Oceanport
meeting of the Chemical Hose ier and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. the complete "gorgeous, giving MANALAPAN — Monmouth
Hospital.
Norton and Misses Mae and Mary
Court House Chapter, Daughters
Company Auxiliary held in the
Coll 542-3616
FASHION TIP
Patrick Maone and son, Kevin, creatures men think they are, of the American Revolution, inLanders.
fire house.
Make the most of the bounJerry and Richard McGackin, before they've gotten close enough stalled three new officers SaturOpen Friday ' t i l •
Mrs. Lewis Nelson, playground and William, Nancy, Jackie and to know better.
Mrs.
Powers
was
presented
a
day in the home of Mrs. John ties of summer by adding a Round Towners
Parking In (tear
representative, announced Albert Timothy Gardener.
gift and life membership to the
The obvious conclusion then, Lyle, Balrd Rd. They were Mrs. fresh-cut blossom or two to a
Install Officers
dub.
Parks, seventh grade teacher, and
well-turned
coiffure.
It
add*
a
Georgia Callahan, second vice
L. Richard Dotter, physical eduFREEHOLD - New officers
regent; Mrs. Arthur Einwechter, touch of romance to any occacation teacher, a t the Wolfhill
were installed at the final meetchaplain, and Mrs. John Lyle, sion.
School will be the playground
If your hair Is piled high ing of the season of the Round
historian,
directors for the Oceanport ComTownera Club, in the Elks Lodge.
Mrs. Frank Gordon announced with soft curls, tuck separate Mrs. Helen Hermance, retiring
munity Playground session openmedals have been awarded for flowers into a few of them. president, installed the following:
Ing Monday .
excellence in history to SueIf you wear your hair straight
Mrs. Martin Lang was welMrs. TSpton Randolph, presiand simple, a band of smaller
comed as a new member.
SEASIDE PARK - Announce- Kirstein of the Freehold Regional flowers like daisies can add a dent; Mrs. Harry W. Read, Jr.,
High
School,
and
Louis
Coleman
ment is made by Mr. and Mrs.
refreshing and elegant touch. vice president; Mrs. Harry WilJohn R. Hoban of this place of of the Southern Freehold Region
But please, don't ever use son, corresponding secretary;
al
High
School.
the engagement of Mrs. Hoban's
artificial flower this way. They Mrs. George Randolph,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Fitzgerald
of
th;
daughter, Miss Leonore Claire
won't fool anyone, and lack the surer; Mrs. George C. Malone,
Springwaldt, Broad St., Eaton Allaire Association, Allaire State very freshness and naturalness recording secretary, and Mrs.
Park,
showed
colored
slides
of
town, to Pfc. James Frederick
that give flowers their charm. William Lackett, historian; Mrs.
Poor, U.S. Army, son of Mr. and scenes in the Deserted Village
Frank Bartron and Mrs. James
Mrs. W. R. Poor, Chesapeake, and described life in the village A French ball cutter is inex- Coakley, sunshine chairmen?*
before the Civil War.
Va.
pensive and helps to make such The 15th anniversary party is
The bride-elect, daughter also
pretty fresh fruit cups for sum- scheduled for Sept 1 ^_in.JtheLJ
TO ATTEND SEMINAR
of the lute August Springwaldt, SHREWSBURY — Miss Con- mer use. Use the cutterj9r_-5£
is a graduate of Monmouth Re;
t
cantaloupe, hour and buffet supper to
gional High School,
honeydew and watermelon; mix served. Mrs. Howard Preston i
jyr^Sn^isrempIoywra^a sec- Beechwood Dr., has been chosen with seedless green" grapes and chairman of arrangements.
retary at Fort Monmouth.
to participate in a National serve for dessert with scoops of A covered dish supper con
Her fiance is a graduate of Science Foundation seminar at fruit sherbet.
eluded the evening's activities.
Churchland High School, Chesa- Ohio State University this sumpeake, Va. He also attended the mer on the "History of Scientific
It's time again for our very special event.,.
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He is presently stationed
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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1965
SECTION TWO
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School Integration Ruling —Its Effect Here
By DORIS KULMAN
How will Monday's state Supreme Court ruling on school
ation affect Monmoutn County districts?
Neither state, county, nor local school officials are prepared to say. ,,
But Dr. Frederick M. Raubingef, state commissioner of
education, soon may be asked to consider allegations of de facto ,
segregation in one county municipality^
A spokesman for the Asbury Park-Neptune Branch of the
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
said a group of parents, backed by the organization, is planning
to petition Dr. Raubinger to order Neptune Township to end
what the NAACP says is racial imbalance in two schools.
Thomas Daniels, Neptune Township, branch vice president,
said the group "is studying the situation in Asbury Park."
• On Monday, the state's highest court ruled that communities
must try for maximum dispersal of Negroes throughout their
fchool systems and not merely reduce imbalance in schools
ffipt are nearly all ^egro.
W The court rejected the Plainfield Board of Education's
plan for converting its 96 per cent Negro Washington School
into a central sixth grade school for the entire city.
The court said the Plainfield proposal does not go far
enough because it does nothing about five other schools with
Negro enrollments of 57 to 69 per cent.
The court said Dr. Raubinger, who had approved the Plainlield action, must reconsider the case.
The precedent-setting decision Is expected to have wide
impact. But few school people want to talk about it.
"We will obviously obey the mandate of the court," Edward
0. Glaspey, assistant director of the state Department of Education's Division of Controversies and Disputes, said.
Mr. Glaspey said the division is attempting to set up a
meeting with the attorneys for both the Plainfield Board of Education and the Negro parents who appealed the Plainfield plan
to discuss lie court's decision.
"But we don't know what the effect of the ruling will be
In other communities," he said, "we'll have to wait and see."
Monmouth County Superintendent of Schools Earl B. Garrison declined'comment. He had not read the court decision, he
said.
•
i
In Red Bank, where the local NAACP has charged racial
imbalance in the lower grades of the River Street School, Superintendent of Schools Robert C. Hoops said that the building
program being considered by the board of education "will
eliminate any problem."
The plan calls for two elementary schools, one housing
grades kindergarten through four, and the other housing grades
five through eight.
"It's a happy solution," Dr. Hoops said.
• The superintendent said the borough -is fortunate that its
size makes such a plan feasible.
Meantime, the board is ciftitinuliu; with its open enrollment
plan. Dr. Hoops said.
\
"I think we've been able to honor ajl requests," he said.
An additional second grade will be*added to the Oakland
Street school in September "partly for bettei racial distribution, but also to make better use of available classroom facilities and to reduce overcrowding in the River Street School,"
the superintendent said.
William D. Meskill, Long Branch Superintendent of Schools,
said he would not comment on the court decision because he
had not read it.
.
.
.
Asked about the racial distribution In the nine elementary
schools which,, house grades kindergarten through six, Mr.
Meskill replied, "please, don't raise the issue."
Wilbert Russell, president of the Long Branch NAACP, said
his group isn't complaining.
As far as racial distribution in the schools is concerned,
"we think we have one of the best communities in the county,"
Mr.'Russell said.
' .
The Liberty Street School is about 53 per cent Negro, and
the two schools in the Elberon area are almost entirely white,
according to Mr. Russell.
But there is a good balance of Negro and white pupils in all
other schools, he said.
All seventh and eighth graders here attend the city's
one junior high school.
In Neptune Township, too, all seventh and eighth graders
attend an intermediate school.
But Mr. Daniels said the Whitesville and Ridge Ave. schools
both kindergarten through sixth grade, are predominantly Negro,, while the five other elementary schools are predominantly
white.
Victor J. W. Christie, township Superintendent of Schools,
referred all inquiries to the board.
Attempts to. reach the board president, Otto Stall, Jr.,
were unavailing.
But the board vice president, Mrs. Jennie Nicol, declared
"Neptune Township doesn't have any segregation problems."
Asked if any of the schools are more than 50 per cent
Negro, Mrs. Nicol replied, "yes, two."
"A very small pressure group had accused us of maintaining de facto segregation, but we straightened it out," she said.
Mrs. Nicol said the board "pointed out that we are not
practicing de facto segregation."
"And besides, no one could define de facto segregation,"
she added.
, ,In Asbury Park, where the Bangs Avenue School has been
a source of contention between civil rights groups and the
school board, Dr. Harry C. Hill, superintendent of schools declared "we have natural dispersal and maximum dispersal of
Negroes in our schools now."
About 74 per cent of the school population is Negro and
there is a "sizeable enrollment" of Negroes in the Bond Street
and Bradley schools, he said.
In communities such as Manalapan and Millstone townships,
where the 1960 census shows large non-white populations, the
question of de facto segregation does not arise because the
school system already is organized according to the plan
being proposed for Red Bank.
The Glorious Fourth—Old Style
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By BOB BRAMLEY
It was "The Grand and Glorious Fourth of July."
Remember the tightly-wound, bright red fireickers with their short, thick fuses that came
fa cardboard boxes with stars and flags on them?
There were two-inchers, three-inchers, fourinchers, and six-inchers, each size longer and a little
thicker than the last.
• When you lit them with a match — or a piece
of punk, if you were still a little boy — their •
fuses shot out a stream of sparks and you ran,
ran, waiting half-fearfully for the satisfying BANG.
They \yere called "salutes," which was somewhat^ confusing to small boys, and you almost
never could afford the giant six-inchers, which came
only three to the box and cost a quarter.
And then there were the Chinese firecrackers
that came in fat packs of red and green paper cov^fcred with fascinating Chinese ideographs and foreign
Wooking pictures. These were one4nchers, and they
' were all woven together by their fuses so they
would go off in succession when the pack was lit
'•' If you were really knowledgeable, you unbraided
the fuses and took'them apart, though; they lasted
longer that way.
The Chinese firecrackers were somewhat unreliable. You had to be careful, because the fuses
burned either practically instantaneously cr hung
fire long enough to tempt you back to the firecracker
to see if it had gone out. ]f you went back, the fuse
Invariably detonated the cracker right In your face.
And ' "sizzers" — remember "sizzers?" You
made them from firecrackers that had lost their
fuses, breaking them in half so the two pieces were
•t right angles. Then you lit the powder and
jwatched^the broken cracker "sizz" around on the
Iwidewalk as it burned.
Then there was the blowing up of tin cans.
You gathered all the empty cans you could from the
garbage and took them out into the street early
on the morning of July 4th. The trick was to light
a firecracker, clamp the can, open end down, on'.
top of it, and run.
A six-incher would turn a coffee can clean Inside out, hurling it high into the air.
Later in our youth came the cherry bombs —
startlingly potent red spheres about an inch in
diameter that looked like miniatures of those round
bombs anarchists were supposed to carry. They
packed more punch than a six-inch salute and made
twice the noise.
When the cherry bombs appeared, some genius
on our block invented what amounted to a'golf
ball mortar. He mounted a- short length of pipe,
slightly smaller than a golf ball, so the ball would
sit on top on a flat board. He'd drop a lighted
cherry bomb into the pipe, set the golf ball on
top, and scoot.
POW! The golf ball would sail high into the
air — at least three times as high as the telegraph wires, we swore.
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The beauty of this machine was that you could
use it as long as the cherry bombs lasted, for
nothing was damaged by the explosion. You could,
that is, provided you could find the golf ball.
Then there were the Bang-Site cannons. These,
worked on acetylene generated by dumping carbide
into water carried in their innards. When you
ciosed the breech and smacked the firing pin home,
a spark Ignited the acetylene, and a fairly satisfactory bang followed.
But we thought they could stand improvement;
they weren'tnear as loud as the muzzle-loading can- •
nons we made from blanked off lengths of radiator-pipe with touch-holes drilled in Jhem. We filled
these with firecracker powder and round bullets •
from a Revolutionary War mold and laid a pretty
good-barrage until the cops stopped us.
The cops, confiscated the home-made cannons,
so we took to improving the Bang-Site ones.
BillPowley, biggest member of our gang and the
type that would try anything once, filled his with
firecracker powder and touched it off with a match.
The cannon exploded and removed most of the skin
from two of his fingers.
At night came the sky-rockets,.There were small
ones for. a nickel — not much, good; they didn't
go very high, and no colored balls came out when
they burst, but you could buy a lot of them if you
were sjiort of funds.
The 10 and 15-centers were better; they had
colored balls and even golden sunbursts, and they
reached a pretty good altitude.
But best of all were the 25-centers with two
toils; they came with all sorts of goodies inside —
American Flags, waterfalls, flying doves, and shimmering lights.
You got a couple of boards and made a trough
for the rockets and set it up in the back yard. The
whole family went out in the cool evening as soon
as it got dark and shot the works under Dad's
supervision. Only big boys, of course, got to light
.IT WAS GRAND — Walter Reads of Navesinlc River Rd., Middletown, right, chair,
the-jfockets.
man of the board of Walter Reade-Sterling Theatres, smiles as Middletown's Mayor
Once we left a box of rockets a little too close
to the bottom of the trough. When we lit the next . Ernest G. Kavalek snip's ribbon ai grand opening of Town Theatre, Rt. 35 and Palmer
rocket, the whole box caught fire. About a dozen
Ave., Middletown. Later, Mr. Reade anndunced that hundreds of guests to the prerockets streaked out across the grass field on the
mier who could not gain admittance fo the packed 1,000-seat theattr were give-n
ground. We set the whole field afire; Dad had to
call the fire department.
.
. invitations fo> future "showings of "The Art of Love," which opened tke theater. Oth.
Embarrassing, it was.'
ers pictured are'-Edwin Gage of Oakhurst, executive vice president of Reads-SterlBut it was "The Grand and Glorious Fourth."
ing, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shetelman. Mr. Shetelman, owner of The MВ«r+, is Town
They banned it some time in the early 40's,
when we were overseas dodging even more dangerTheatre's landlord. Middletown's first, Mr. Reade said if is the 21st Reade-Sterling
ous fireworks provided by the German Wehrmacht. . theater in the county and 55th in the nation. Comedian Henny Youngman will bВ« on**
Sneaky, it was, how they quietly put the- new law
stage tonight when Town Theatre opens to the public.
through while we were out of the country.
When we came back, the only guys whp could
set off fireworks were cops, firemen, and borough•*
officials.
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But perhaps it's just a s well.
Manalapan
Reviews
Light Industry Zone
Planned in OceanporiMajor Subdivisions
OCEANPORT - Borough Coun:
cdl will introduce an amendment
to the borough zoning code at
an adjourned meeting July 15.
Mayor Edward C. Wilson said
last night that members of council, the Planning Board and the
Board of Adjustment are drafting
a code revision which will create
a 28-acre light industry zone at
Turtle" Mill Brook and Eatontown Blvd.
The mayor said a public hearing of the issue will be held at
the regular August council meet-
master plan.
In other business, council adjourned until next month a public hearing on an ordinance
which would make this borough
a participating member of the
Northeast Monmouth County Regional Sewer Authority.
It was said that engineering
details must/ be completed prior
to the hearing. This borough and
West Long Branch have introduced such ordinances. The codes
have been approved in Little Silver, Monmouth Beach, Shrewsbury and Fair Haven, also parHe announced that Rowan Con- ticipating communities in the retroller Co., an electronics firm gional sewer plan.
at the site. The firm is expected
to employ 200 persons.
Uie property, which is owned
by the Monmouth Park Jockey
Club, would be retained by the
club and leased to light industrial
ROTARY SUCCESSION — Robert D. Viscount, second from right, was installed as firms. The section has been recpresident of the Red Bank Rotary Club yesterday. He accepts the gavel from out- ommended as such a zone by the
going president Hubert M. Far red at a ceremony attended by District Governor
Charles Phillips, between them, and Dr. Warren Fowler, Jr., the new secretary, ai
right.
'
98 Pet. Completed
OCEANPORT — Councilman
Clement V. Sommers said last
night tha{ w o r k o" the new borough hafl will'1-be 98 per cent
completed. by the end of this
month.
Freehold Well Disputed
FREEHOLD-^What started out was directed to install a meter ditional years, should be recogas token opposition by borough to measure water it might take nized.
officials to the application of a from the borough.
Continue Hearing
private water company to drill
The Water Policy Commission
But,
at
the
hearing,
borough
another well may end in a conofficials disclosed, they learned continued the hearing until* Monfflct.
that the Freehold Township com- day, July 12, at which time more
#flnvolved is the request of the pany
that with its new evidence will be considered.
Freehold Water and Utilities Co., supplyanticipated
would be capable of The borough is opposed to any
Freehold Township, to tap the serving it
the Brockway glass plant permit which would give the
Raritan formation for another and its proposed
increased facili- township company an opportunity
509,000 gallons a day at its plant ties.
to compete for the Brockway
on Koenig Rd., in the township.
contract.
The application was made to This created friction.
In the final analysis, the WaThe
borough
has
an
agreement
the state Water Policy Commister Policy Commission will make
under
which
it
will
extend
its
sion. At a hearing earlier this
all of the decisions. All agreeweek, borough representatives in- Hnes to service Brockway, guar- ments involving extension of
anteeing
fire
protection
water
tended only to put in the record
service and drawing of additional
a note that the, company had sources as well, and the glass water must have commission apcompany
will
pay
the
borough
failed;to comply with agreements
proval, regardless of negotiations
involving the borough water utili- $95,000. In tfie same deal, the which individuals or utilities comFreehold
Township
committee
ty and the company a year ago.
panies may make.
will pay the borough $55,000.
Connections • Ordered
Appearing for the borough were
Under that agreement, the bor- The borough contends that the its engineer, Harold Goldberg,
oujjp was ordered to connect glass company is in its franchise Councilman Leonard Conway,
linPSJ with the private company area and that its franchise, which chairman of the water commitfor. cooperative emergency safe- has five more year* to go with tee, and the attorney, Harry
guards, and the private utility a right of extension for 25 ad- Sagotsky.
MANAiLAPAN - Major subdi- was valid only if the developer Mr. Palmer appointed a committee to'inspect the sites d the
visions with a total of nearly agreed to it."
1,400 lots were reviewed by the Classification of a jS88-lot m a n e w l y classified subdivisions.
Planning Board last night follow- jor subdivision submitted by Lev-Committee members, in addition
ing a half-hour executive session itt and Sons, Inc., marked t h e to the board chairman, are Mayduring which board's attorney, first such action since the. reso- or Thomas J. Kerwin, the buildWilliam J . O'Hagan, J r . , clari- lution halting consideration was ing inspector, Augustus Gtevenson; the township engineer, Donfied the status of the now de-passed.
funct "moratorium."
The 688 lots a r e on a 474-aore ald M. Barr, and Planning Board
tract on t h e east side of Rt. 9 member, Edward Orr,
In a resolution passed Feb. 24,between Taylors Mills Rd. and
Manalapan Estates, a M-ftouse
the Township Committee prohib- Symmes D r .
development on Gordon's Corner
ited the consideration of new major subdivisions, pending presen- Levitt officials assured the Rd., which was first submitted
tation of the master plan, and re-board that they do not plan to bafore the moratorium, received
vision of t h e building, code and build more than these 688 houses
in the next three years.
final approval from the board.
subdivision ordinances.
An associate of the township's Abraham Magid, a regular vis- Mayor Kerwin told the developunuel Sagotsky told itor at township meetings, said er, Saul S. Letghton of the F *nd
falls in L Building Corp. that the bond
the committee last weeVtnaTine
_
resolution w a s "illegal."
m u s r ^ pr^ra^fcaKLatt-agiee^
"The question i s , " Mr. O'Hagen an area where
ment on school facilities must be~
shows
commercial
development
g
said, "does the .planning act consigned befftre the Tbwnshfp ComMr.
Magid
cautioned
the
board
that the township is loosing its mittee will give its final approval
template a moratorium?"
i
limited amount i of commercial
Agreement Needed
to the development.
Noting that it did not, the at- land.
The board refused to classify
torney continued "the resolution The board's president, Taylor Alda estates because the maps
Palmer, Jr., assured him that
submitted showed an area dethis question as well as the matvoted to garden apartments. The
ter of providing schools and other
zoning ordinance does not include
facilities will be discussed with
any provisions for garden apartthe developer in private sessions
ments.
of the board.
Similar questions also will be Samuel S. Cohen, who repretaken.up with other developers, sented the developers, indicated
Mr. Palmer said, noting that the that they will revise the map
board has three months to con- and resubmit it.
sider the plan.
Noting the large number of lots
The board also classified an 11acted on last night, Township
lot major subdivision, Monmouth
Committeoman Walter J. Cycak
Village, on Rt. -9 which will concommented "one-acre z o n i n g
tain the Levitt firm's m o d e l
looks better and better."
houses.
The models will be in a commercial zone and board members reminded the Levitt Company's vice-president, Patrick
Shields, that they do not want
residences in such areas.
One board member suggested
that the models might be turned
into professional offices when the
development is complete.
Others Classified
Other major subdivisions classified last night were: Moe Green
and Gary Kneler, a 55-acre tract
with 77 tots on Unlonville Rd.;
SCOUT AWARD — Mrs. Stephen Bucher, Pond Rd., Rumson, looks on as Rumson The Kent Development, 55 lots
Mayor Charles S. Callman presents an Eagle Scout award to her son, Martin J. Buch- on 31 acres on Gordon's Corner
Rd. and Tennant Rd., and, also
er. Scoutmaster Walter Manheim, left, also observes the ceremony. Presentation took on Gordon's Corner Rd., Yorkplace at court of honor ceremonial for Boy Scout Troops .200 and 201 in the Rum- towne, sections 24 and 25, taking
son Presbyterian Church community hall.
Automobile
If you're thinking of a car, think
of McCarthy Chevrolet. 291-1101.
-Adv.
Cornet Room Coffee Shop
Now open 7:38 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Mon. through Fri. Saturdays, 7:30
a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 757 River Rd.,
Fair Haven.—Adv.
Surf Beauty Studio
Pauline', formerly of Stephen
Hairdressers, now at Surf Beauty
Studio, Port Monmouth, 787-2013.
Adv.
' Rumson Notice
Rumspn trash pick-up (monthly clean-up day), Tuesday, July
6, instead of Monday, July 5. One
day only.
'
A. A. Kerr, Jr.
in 90 lots on 35 acres, and section
Adv.
26, В« Lots on 28 acres.
16 — Friday, July 2, 1965 THE DAILY REGISTER
NEW TROOP
LEONARDO — A new troop of
Junior Gin Scouts has been
formed here with Mrj. Jack Holcombe as leader Mrs. Dominic
Zarella and Mrs. Arthur Koelsch
art a*В«ist*nt leaden.
The troop, unnamed as yet is
apoosored by the Ladies AuxiHary. Community Volunteer Fire
Department, whose president is
Mrs. Harold Buchanan.
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RED BANK - Mr. and Mrs. Mr. В«nd Mrs. Louis M. Styles
James Woods, formerly of High- from Lincrolt have purchased a MIDDLETOWN — The Applepoint Rd., Uncroft, have pur- home at 38 Park Dr. in Middle brook Agency of .Middletown,
chased a home at 22 Heathcliff town, formerly owned by Mr.members of the Red Bank and
and Mrs. William C. Jenkins, Jr., the Northern Mamnouth Multiple
Rd., in Rumscn, from Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick J. McTighe, who who have moved to California Listing Services, reported that in
have moved to Wigwam Rd., in Mr. Styles is with Lily Tulipj June it had $539,259 worth of
Locust. Mr. Woods is with the Corp., in Holmdel. Garrett G. closings and additional $467,350
Mercantile Stores. The sale was Roberts of Sterling Thompson & in sales of general real estate,
"Three essentials should never
negotiated by August Verteger of Associates, Middletown, arranged for a grand total of $1,006,000. be omitted," he said. "Location,
Walker & Walker. Shrewsbury. the sale.
number of bedrooms, and total
The agency was able to obtain
price or down payment desired.
Also reported by Walker & Also reported by Mr.
this volume with the assistance
To make prospects come to see
was
the
sale
of
43
Richard
Ter.,
Walker was the sale of 500 Branch
of its nine professional sales pera property, describe it so specifiMiddletown, to Mr. and Mrs. Rob-|
Ave., Little Silver, to Mr. and
sonnel, and its recently installed
Mrs. Alfred Sipp, who have been ert E. Humbert, who have moved, electronic computer that brings cally and vividly in your advertising that they'll see it in their
living in the Spring Garden Apart- here from St. Louis, Mo. Mr.
home hunting up to the minute
ments in Red Bank. Mr. Sipp is Humbert is with Travelers In- and reduces it to a one-minute mind's eye but avoid exaggerain the finance business in Newsurance Co. in Newark. The for- session, a spokesman said. This tion and stay away from the use
York. The former owners, Mr. mer owners, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- "robot" can sort through listing of superlatives."
and Mrs. Fred R. Pitts, have liam Graff, are building a newj cards at 1,000 per minute, si- "Write your copy," he continmoved to Trenton. Kenneth L. home in Little Silver.
multaneously, answering as many ued, "in the manner in whioh
Hahn handled the sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell L. Mayer as 17 questions for the home you would speak to the prospective purchaser. Avoid meaningMr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Peck of Matawan have purchased the buyer,
from Oyster Bay, L.I., have pur- former home of Mr. and Mrs. The homes sold by the Apple- less abbreviations because all too
chased a new four-bedroom colo- Lewis Goldfarb at 103 South St., brook Agency ranged in price often sales are lost or slowed
up because the reader just could
nial home at the corner of Fair Red Bank. Mr. Mayer is with from $8,500 to $60,000.
not decipher your code. Dress up
Bayonne NavaJ Supply
Haven Rd. and Buttorwood Dr. the
your ad wkh larger type and
in Fair Haven, built for them by Deport. The Goldfarbs are movinterrupted heads. Put yourself
Jan Estates, Inc. Mr. Peck is ing into a home in Fair Haven
in the buyer's shoes and ask
treasurer for the Fedders Corp. built for them by Robert Lee.
yourself, 'W I were a logical,
T. E. Hall, Jr., of Hall Bros., Lorin B. Van Nest of the Redden,
qualified buyer for this particular!
Fair Haven, handled negotiations. Agency handled tile transaction.
house, what is It I'd like to
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paul
Sdhroeder from Weehawken have FREEHOLD — Drought is notknow about the place and what
purchased the former home of| the onlj5 reason tomato plants are the things that would appeal
Mrs. Emma Girardin at 96 Rum- wilt, notes W. Bradford Johnson, to me?' If y/our ad communicates
son Rd., Rumson. Mr. Schroeder' extension vegetable specialist at but does not convince, you have
is with the Port of New York the Rutgers College of Agricul- failed."
Authority. Mrs. Schroeder will ture.
More than 100 members atteach in the home economics de- Another cause could be a dampartment of the Eatontown aged root system, the result of
POINT PLEASANT — Benja- schools. Mrs. Girardin is living| too vigorous cultivation close to
,the plant. Pruned roots prevent
min Mann of Oakhurst, president .n Switzerland. The В»ale was arof the N. 3. Shore Builders As- ranged by Mrs. Lillian Lockljn of the plant from getting enough
Rolston
Waterbury'g
office,
Red
moisture to replace the moisture LONG BRANCH - Lloyd C.
sociation, has announced the aplost through the leaves.
pointment of Navesink builder J. Bank.
Langbauer, business manager at
Otto Johnson to the board at di- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lewis, Lately there have been com- Monmouth Medical Center, has
rectors to fill the one-year re- Rumson, have purchased a home plaints of plant damage by cut-announced that all patients admaining of the term of Herbert at 29 Rosalie A.ve., formerly worms. These worms have at- mitted to the center now will be
M. Hutt. Mr. Hutt resigned from owned by Mrs. E. O. Acker,, who tacked plants as high as mo feet. provided with a newly published
the board due to the pressure of has moved to Highlands. Mr. Cutworms may completely cut patient guide, his own business.
Lewis is with the U. S. Army. the stem of the plant or chew The 16-page pamphlet contains
Mr. Mann also announced the J. Robert Hensier of the William enough to cut the water-carrying information regarding all asassociation would not meet in H. Hintelmann firm, Rumson, tissue.
pects of patient service and comJuly. The next meeting will be handled negotiations.
Curling of lower leaves that are fort. Also included is information
held Aug. 10 at Beacon Manor
firm and green is common in hot, related to visitors and general
Hotel, Point Pleasant Beach, with
dry weather, so don't worry about business procedures.
U. S. Gypsum Company as hosts.
Along with the guide will be
it.
The program will feature the
If leaves turn yellow and wilt, a book-mark type card listing the
showing of the 1964 College All
then you can suspect one of thevisiting hours for all units in the
Stars—National Football League
two wilt diseases that infect toannual game at Soldiers Field,
matoes.
Chicago.
No spray or dust will cure
Foraner New York football
these diseases, so all you can do
Giants gridiron great Joe Sulai- FREEHOLD - Newly planted is plant varieites that are retis, Point Pleasant, will speak trees may have leaves with brownl sistant next year.
on his 11 years in pro football. edges. This is "scorch," explains
The evening will also be ob- Donald B. Lacey. extension home
served as a father-son-daughter horticulture specialist
at the Rutp
night.
gers
of Agriculture.
Mr. Mann has named Eugene You may, also find sorroh on
Carroll of Little Silver and Royal established Japanese maple and!
Fleidner of Long Branch as chair- other trees with thin leaves.
men of the sixth annual School The long drought is to blame SHREWSBURY — Swimming
for Home Buyers, which will be for this condition, Lacey says. pool automation has virtually
held next spring at Monmoutt The new/y transplanted trals eliminated maintenance chores
for the home pool owner, accordCollege.
have not yet produced endogh ing to Herman Silverman, presinew roots to replace water as dent of Sylvan Pools, which operquickly as it is lost to the airates an rtffice on Broad St.
during hot, dry days.
County agent Marvin A. Clark Many pool cleaning and purifyrecommends continuing to water ing devices have appeared on the
trees and shrubs thoroughly eve- market in the last 1% years due
ry five to seven days while theJ'o the customer's demand for
automation, he said.
drought continues.
Where the use of water Is re- Improved filters turn water
stricted, use the rinse water from over faster, filtering dirt while
the dishes and washing machine. it Is (till in suspension. AutoIf the soil,is well aerated and matic cleaning devices almost do
you can cultivate it occasionally, away with brushing and vacuumthe detergents in waste water ing, and there are now three
should not harm your trees types of automatic chlorinators
and shrubs.
available,. according to Mr. SilTo conserve moisture, "use a verman.
mulch of leaf mold, wood chips, Heaters are growing in popularpeat moss, pine needles or other ity too, he said, and are now
material around your plants.
installed in 78 per cent of the
pools Sylvan builds. They inNeed Money? Sell those things crease water temperature up to
you really don't need with a 20 degrees over mean air temperDaily Register Classified Ad. ature, and can doilble the swimming season.
Call now.
J. Otto Johnson
On Board Of
Shore Builders
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tended the meeting, the last o* of the Ruth B. Spedder agency,
the summer season. Martin How- Aabury Park; Pbylli* C*rHMe of
ard of PrttMLd was elected to Ray Bell & Aisocfetes, Asbury
first class membership, and thePark, and Michael L. MalUtman
following
(talesmen
member* of the Theodore W, MoGuliresi
t
were admitted: Anne I. Feinhak Agency, Eatontown.
RED BANK - Describing a
well-written classified real estate
advertisement as "another salesman on your staff," James T.
Rowlands of the advertising department of the New York Times
gave members of the Monmouth
County Board of Realtors some
helpful hints on the writing of
effective copy, at the monthly
meeting in the Molly Pitcher Inn.
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patent entitled "Sorter."
In the manufacture of ceramic
tiles and many other commercial
items which are to be assembled
in large numbers to cover areas,
it is essential that the color of
LONG BRANCH - Philip A. all of the items for a single in
Dohme; chairman of the Miss stallation shall be the same, at
Long Branch Summer Festival least to such a degree that the
Queen Pageant, to be held at human eye cannot perceive eny
the stadium grounds Saturday and color variations.
Sunday, has announced the ap- It has been the practice of
pointment of the chairmen of the ceramic tile manufacturers to if tile in piles of predetermined
employ large numbers of perBeauty Contest Committees.
The committee chairmen ap- sons who function as color
pointed are Conrad Lyone, lia- sorters. These persons have
ison with judges; Eugene Bilotta, working stations to which are
float committee; Cyrille J. Le-brought bulk loads of tile of the
blanc, publicity; Mrs. Ernestine same general color, and it is
Ferraro, hostess, and Mrs. Eliz their job to separate the tiles in
accordance with color and to
abeth Pfaff, donations.
assemble such separated tiles
Also assisting are Harry Levin, in standard quantities such as
Festival Committee chairman: one gross. However, these are
Elmer Lawyer of the L o n g costly and time-consuming operaBranch Chamber of Commerce; tions which require that each inHarold Schaaff, and Mrs. Lydla dividual tile be handled by a
1 BUSHEL WITH
Gradone, Miss Long Branch of color sorter and be placed man
MIN. $50 ORDER
1964 and last year's Festival ually with tiles of the same
Queen.
color for subsequent packaging
olio lobitan • Steamers
. The beauty contest, sponsored and shipping.
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olor of the mass of tile.
sorted by color and stacked for
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ilr. Bennett and his co-inventors be employed for sorting items
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unctions automatically and with properties other than color.
apidly to sort articles, such as Mr. Bennett and Us associates
les, in accordance with their have assigned this patent to the
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Friday, July 2, 1965 — 17
THE DAILY REGISTER
DAILY CROSSWORD
25-Year Man
Bridge Column
Mr. Dohme urged that groups
interested in sponsoring contestants make their selections and
submit thejr entry applications
as soon as possible. Deadline for
filing entries is midnight July 1.
Applications are available from
Mr. Dohme, 341 MacArthur Ave.,
or any committee chairman.
Thirty years ago the best bridge
player In tin West was a slip
of a girl named Helen White.
After marriage and a trip to
Kennedy Democratic
West dealer
New York, the Western star beNeither side Tutoenbfc
Club Elects Officers
came famous as Helen Sobel,
NORTH
the world's best woman player
FREEHOLD — An organiza4AKI2
(and at least the equal ol any
tional meeting of the new John
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man). With her recent marriage
O ««
F. Kennedy Democratic Club
to Stanley Smith, a Detroit acof Freehold Borough, Inc., was
countant, tournament buffs hope
held June 23 at the Trotters and
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Pacers Diner, Rt. 9. ThirtyJ»«
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(NEW SHOWER VALVE
showing the rest of the world <?
seven persons, attended.
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' ONitMNDU DOtS WOK 'Of TWO
how to get the most out of 52
Elected
were
Councilman
oards.
Tobias Mayer, president; Thomas
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Today's hand shows the deSimms, vice president; Mrs.
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fensive skill of the then Helen
Shirley Bernstein, secretary;
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Sobel. As West, Mrs. S. <*
Mrs. Pauline Wasko, treasurer;
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solves the problem of which name We* North East So*h
Sam Venti, membership, and
to use) led the king of diamonds 1 0 Double Fass 1 9
Sam Crawford, program.
and continued with the ace.
Pats 2 <? All Pass
Appointed to a committee to
Opening lead — $ K
Since East's high-low signal
make up the constitution and bymade it clear that South held the
last diamond, Mrs. S. continued mond. Declarer ruffed with the lawa are Mrs. Cynthia Mayer,
with, the jack of diamonds. If deuce of hearts in dummy, hoping Mrs. Ida Rose Silverstein, Mrs.
dummy ruffed with a high trump, that East would carelessly over- Shirley Bernstein, Miss Sally
West would get a trump trick. ruff with a low trump. But East, Gantlin and Thomas Simms.
George K. Fielding
South was afraid to ruff with a gent by the name of Charles The next meeting will be on
Plumbing and Healing
a high trump (although he might Goren, smiled grimly at this fee- the third Wednesday of the 14 Certer Ave., Atl. Highland!
have made his contract if he hadble last effort and ruffed with the month, July 21, at 8:30 p.m. at
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done so) and saw no advantage ten of hearts.
the diner.
in ruffing low and letting East
over-ruff, Instead, he discarded a South had to over-ruff with.
club from dummy, hoping to lim-the queen of hearts, and now
Mrs. S. was sure to defeat the
it -bis olub loss to two tricks.
contract with a trump trick. We
Take* Clubt
East discarded the seven of hope to see many more such declubs to show his strength, and fenses from Mrs. Stanley Smith.
Mrs. S. held the trick with the
DAILY QUESTION
jack of diamonds. Now it was
important to grab two club tricks Partner, opens with one diabefore doing anything else, so mond, and the next player
Mrs. S. led the nine of clubs to passes. You hold: Spades - Q l
the king and won the club re- 7. Hearts - Q 9 7 5. Diamond
turn with the ace.
- 10 5 4. Clubs - Q 8 4. What
With those tricks safely stashed do you say?
away, Mrs. S. led a fourth dia
The Hand
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MATAWAN - Jack Kevoe,
Cornel) Dr., Hazlet, second junior vice commander of Bayshore Post, Jewish War Veterans, was honored at a post meeting at Mindy's Restaurant, Rt.
34, with a 25-year service pin.
Mr. Kevoa was lauded by Bert
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Bodman Park. A baseball game
was held between the cubs and
their fathers, and prizes were
awarded. The boys will visit the
General Motors plant in Linden
July 8 and the Newark Airport
Aug. 11. They will be accompanied by John Sankowitz and
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Orioles Defeat
Yankees by 4-3
The New York Yankees i r e will be paying the bill lor anputting Curt Biefary through other two years.
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college and Biefary's putting The Orioles' victory kept
the Yankees through a wringer. them 3'/5 games behind firstBiefary, signed by the Yan place Cleveland, one-half game
kees as a hot outfield prospect in front of fiftlwplace Detroit.
in 1962 but lost to Baltimore on The Indians trimmed Washingwaivers a year later, continued ton 7-2 and the Tigers nipped
to haunt his former employers Boston 2-1 in the only other AL
Thursday night, belting a home action.
run and triple in the Orioles.' 4-3 Leon Wagner's two-run homer, two doubles by Chuok lj&gton
victory over New York.
The 21-year-old rookie, a na- and three singles by M a x B V i s
ive of Brooklyn, has clubbed backed the five-hit pitchiifflf of
NQRTHFIELD, N. J. (AP) - gulls, disregarding flying g o 1 from the fringe on the Hth fo
five homers, driven in 11 runs Sonny Siebert as the Indians
Cathy Cornelius of Rancho Santa balls, gorged themselves 0 her birdies.
and compiled a .375 average in increased their league lead to a
She three-putted the 14th from
Fe, Calif., putted her way to a beetles in the fairways.
nine games against New York full game over idle Minnesota.
one-under-ipar 71 yesterday for a Mrs. Cornelius, 32, wife of i 15 feet for one of her two bogeys.
this season. What's more, when Siebert struck out 11 while
one stroke lead over Marlene professional and 1956 winner o: Mrs. Hagge rallied after taking
he finishes with Yankee pitching boosting his record to 9-3. Ken
Bauer Hagge in the first round this tills, blasted out,of traps a pair of sixes on the front nine
of the Women's National Open chipped and putted brilliantly ir and shot an incoming 3-under-par DERBY DAY ON TOWER HILL — Soap Box Derby Day will be held Monday on Tower he'll hit Yankee management MdMullen homered for the Senfor the unpaid bill on his college ators.
setting a competitive course reo 32 for, 72.
Golf Championship.
She had two strokes on thi Hill when some 40 youngsters will vie for top prizes, and the winner, a shot at the education.
Gates Brown beat the relay tr,
It was the only under par 72 ord for women.
The Yankees gave Curt a $20,- first on what would have been
Atlantic City County Club course, She had seven one-putt greens three-time ' National Women"; national title in Akron, Ohio, in August. Above it a tcene that will be repeated Mon000 bonus when they signed him an inning-ending double play
which was buffeted by 30 miles coming out of traps to save pars Amateur winner, Mrs. Ann
day when the Derby gets underway at 12:30.
off New York's Wagner College grounder as- George Thomas
Quast Welts of Mt. Vernon,
per hour winds and harrassed on three holes.
campus and agreed to pick up scored the winning run for Deby sun-basking turtles and She chipped to wittiin inches Wash., who birdied the first and
the tab when he returned to troit in the ninth. Norm Cash
on the second hole, almost holed last holes and sank two long putts
hungry sea gulls.
school. He has a year to go but started the rally with a bunt
Turtles wandered across the out her tee shot on the short for a 74.
will attend classes only during single' and Thomas, runnin^for
The wind blew directly into the
greens and through the traps; The eighth and ran in a 30-foot put
the off-season. So, the Yankees Cash, reached third on i||i>n
faces of the players on the 10th,
13th, Hth and 15th holes and RED HANK — Red Bank's All- Neptune City and other close by worth $5,000 and others of deWert's single.
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creasing amounts with a $1,000
caused collapses among some of ,merican Soap Box Derby, spon- municipalities.
Orlando Pena, obtained reored by the Rotary Club, will The course starting at the top award going to the ninth place
the leading contenders.
cently from Kansas City, picked
One was Kathy Whitworth of lave some -!0 boys participating of the hill will go easterly to- boy.
up the victory, his first of the
Jal, N.M., the year's leading Monday when the event will start ward Little Silver, Fair Haven and Each boy adheres to definite
year, in relief.
Rumson. The 40 lads will have rules and with no assistance from By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
money winner and favorite to suc- it 12:30 p.m. on Tower Hill.
ceed Champion Mickey Wright: This year's Derby is expected their home-made derby cars any other person other than adNational League
who pulled out with a bad left > have a tremendous interest ready to go as they have already vice and counsel from their adW. L. Pet. G.B.
hand. Kathy, couldn't find the 'ith entries coming from as far been inspected by Rotary com- visors.
Los Angeles .. 46 32 .590 —
Following the event on the hill Cincinnati .... 43 3} .556 2 ,
postage stamp greens with radar way as Princeton. Other local- mittees.
Winner of the Red Bank event the winners and participants will San Fran
and shot a 79.
'.. 40 33 .548 3V4
ties include Rumson, Lancroft,
will be eligible to enter the coun- be honored at a dinner.
Also at 79 and faced with a
•hiladelpWa .. 39 34 .534
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Monmouth, Eair Haven, Lit- try-wide championship Aug. 7, at
Assisting Rotary in sponsoring Milwaukee _ 37 34 .521 • 5'/2 ASBURY PARK - The thirti
itruggle to survive the Friday
le Silver, Middletown, Shrews- Akron, Ohio where trophies are
the deity are Circle Chevrolet 'ittsburgh . . 39 35 .520 5 4 annual Asbury Park Scottish
cutoff reducing the field to the
jury, Long Branch, Intenlaken, topped by a college scholarship and the Daily Register.
low 40 and ties, were Patty Berg,
Chicago
35 40 .467 9 Games will be held at the Asbury
Phyllis Pruess, and Barbara RoSt. Louis
35 41 .461 10 Park High School Stadium on
mack, and the popular French
Houston
34 42 .447 11 Saturday, July 24.
rl Catherine Lacoste.
New York
27 50 .351 18'/2 The event, which will bring
together 20 of the top ranked
Thursday's Results
bag pipe bands in the Weijfern
Hal Smith has caught the of catch as Bob Veale checked backstop as Veale uncorked a Chicago 6, Los Angeles 3
Hemisphere,
will begin at 1 0 В« i .
New York 5, Cincinnati 1
567th" game of his major league the-Gardinals -on -three hits. —
fourth ball-wild-pitch r and-Gagand continue throughout the day
career and he still has only one But now it was 10:26 and liano and Groat raced across PMaSeTphTa TrMllwaukee'
to 6 p.m.
St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 6
line in the record books:
Smith's rusty 34-year-old legs the plate.
This year's competition will in'Led National League in were going to get a quick re- Smith put the mask back on, Only games scheduled
LONG BRANCH—Long Branch 'assed balls, 17, 1957."
Today's Games
clude 10 highland dancers, rangfresher course as the Cardinals
High School spuing sports, ath- Forced to quit baseball be- put together a four-run rally, and had just sat down on his San Francisco at Chicago
ing from ages six to 60. Many
haunches when Bob Uecker was St. Louis at New York, N
letes received recognition at an ause of a heart condition, that tied the score.
of the .top Canadian dancers will
hit by a pitch. But at last Man- Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N be present for the day's activities
Awards Assembly conducted at
Imith was pressed into service After Bill White led off the ager Harry Walker called for a
the school recently.
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N to compete in the Hiehland Fling,
the
Pittsburgh 'Pirates eighth with a single, Smith be new pitcher and Don Schwall
Los Angeles at Houston, N Sword Dance and Shean TruibPresenting awards, which in- hursday for the first time in
gan darting around the plate as came on. Smith warmed him
jluded either varsity letters or
hais.
Saturday's Games
tore than four years and Veale hit a wild streak and up,
then darted around as Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
certificates of achievement, were
The other events that are
jught "eight .innings In the Pi- walked Phil Gagliano and Dick Schwall walked Bob Skinner.
William P . Beatty, director of
San Francisco at Chicago
scheduled
are
Six-A-Soccer,
ates' 7-6 loss to the St. Louis Groat. There was a brief respite
athletics; John Kahle, chairman
Smith was getting a little St. Louis at New York, N
which will pit the Irish against
Ordinals.
as
Mike
Shannon
and
Curl
of the coaching staff, and coachtired, but so was Walker and he Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Sie Scotch. There will be the
es William Godoski, bowling; For the first seven Innings Flood went out, but then it immediately pulled Schwall and Los Angeles at Houston, N
traditional Caber tossing which
started
all
over
again.
Smith,
who
was
yanked
off
the
'hilip DeSantis, golf; Wayne
tried
Frank
Carpin.
Smith
consists of individual competitjjrs
Stevenson, tennis; Roland Pier- caching lines because of inju- Ken Boyer was hit by a pitch warmed him up, then squatted.
hurling an 18-foot, 100-poifld
American League
son varsity baseball; Raymond es to the entire Pirate catch- filling the bases before the Tim McCaryer was the batter,
W. L. Pet. G.B. caber for the greatest distant*
DeSibio, junior varsity baseball; ig corps of Del Crandall, Jim count went to 3 and 2 on Car 10:55 was the time and strike
There will be individual piping
Cleveland
44 27 .620
Hugh Mendez, freshman base- agliaroni a'nd Ossie Virgil, Warwick. Smith squatted and three was the call
contests, that will see 75 pipers
43 ' 28 .60S
ball; Charles Klein, varsity layed little more than a game then started running toward'>the And Smith trudged to the Minnesota
competing for prizes.
Chicago
42 29 .592
track, and Robert Walsack and
dougout.
This year's games has the ad
Baltimore
42
42 32 .568
Carlton Siegmund, junior varsity
The 1-2 teams in the National Detroit
ded attraction of Scottish Countr v
40 31 .563
track.
League also trudged baok to the New York
dancing, which Is something t l r
36 39 .480
Award winners were:
ATURTLE SHARES THE TEE— Gloria Armstrong, of Deldugout, the firsNplace Los An- ,os Angeles .. 33 41 .448
has not been seen at ScottK
Varsity
bowling:
Stephen
Robgeles Dodgers after a 6-3 loss to Boston
games in recent years: Ty
29 43 .403
(pray Beach, Fla., smiles *t she boles down at turtle
inson, James Hartner, Joel WaMthe Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Washington .. 30 46 .395 W/, Kearny Scottish Country Dancemeandering across the tee on 9th hole during the open- man, Kenneth Dennison.
following a 5-1 loss to the New Kansas City .. 22 45 .328 20 will perform the exhibition. I * '
Junior varaty^'bowling: David WALL TOWNSHIP - Modified, wins and is making a strong bid York Meto. In the only other
ing round play in the USSA Women's Open golf tournagroup has recently performed '
Thursday's Results
portsman stock cars, midgets, to recapture the modified cham
Yellen.
the New York World's Fair.
ment at Atlantic City Country Club in Northf eld yesteroyice stocks and foreign corn- pionship he won last year: Kelly game" scheduled, Philadelphia Detroit 2, Boston 1
Varsity golf: AJan Bernstein,
4, New York -3
The highlight of the day wi1
day. Turtles and tea guHs wandered the course, some- Joel Waldman, Richard Woods acts will all be on hand this will be behind the wheel of a moved into fourth place with a Baltimore
Cleveland 7, Washington 2
be the mass pipe band arid th"
eek-end "as Wall Stadium cele- m o d i f i e d Oldsmobile-powered 2-1 victory over Milwaukee.
and John Albert!.
times interfering mifdh/ with play.
Class A and Class B Pipe and
rates the Fourth of July week- racer. His leading opponent will Glenn Beckert, who had hit Only games scheduled
Varsity tennis: Richard Lawn,
Today's Game*
Drum Corps competition. AmqoE
nd with a two-night six-feature be Bill McCarthy of Freehold, in only one previous homer (or the
Cary Rubman, David Tapper,
New
York
at
Boston,
N
the competitors will be The < S M
uto racing card.
Cubs, supplied the fireworks
a Pontiac-powered stock car.
"erry Sohlesinger, Christopher
MacFarlane, Canadian
chatfK
Tomorrow night, the speedway
against the Dodgers. He put Cleveland at Baltimore, N
.ink and Harold Levinson.
pions; The Worohester Kilties,
rill be the scene of a triple- McCarthy also won three fea- Chicago ahead 1-0 with a homer Detroit at Washington, N
Varsity baseball: Richard WH leader starting at 8 p.m., with tures and last week set a new
in the fourth inning off Johnny Minnesota at Kansas City, N U.S..champions, and the famous
der, Raymond Russomano, Rob- ©•lap. features for the modified track record of 7:48.7 for the 30Canadian Guards, who perform
Podres and hit a three-run shot Chicago at Los Angeles, N
ert Baldwin, Joseph Boa, Daniel :nd sportsman stocks, and mid- lap distance, just nipping Kelly
the colorful changing of the
Saturday's Games
in the seventh that wrapped it
Ohasey,
Anthony
Carcione, ;ets piloted by drivers of the in a thriller. Other threats include
guard ceremony, daily, at OtNew York at Boston
up.
Reliever
Lindy
McDaniel
Daniel Dilley, Jody Hyers, Steven Lmerican Racing Drivers Club Dave Hulse of Point Pleasant, in
tawa, t a n .
Want to fit up your home? Want
Cleveland at Baltimore
. . . is OUR
Strollo, 'Woseph
Minceberg,
a Chevy modified, Richie Mas- got the victory.
le add on extra room? Leant
There will be the usual array
RDC) and a 25-lap novice lea- sing of Milltown in a Buick, Jim E d Kranepool hit a two-run Detroit at Washington
BUSINESS
Emilio Mennella and William
quickly arranged. Low ratei!
of Scottish foods and products
and Ron Swoboda Chicago at Los Angeles
ire. Sunday night, also starting Hoffman of Englishtown, also in homer
Buhrman.
8, modified and sportsman will a Buick, Pete Frazee in a Ford slammed a two-run triple in Minnesota at Kansas City, twi- featured — everything from fish
Junior
varsity
baseball:
4% ANNUAL DIVIDEND
ight
and chips to Scottish * heather.
Thomas Torchia, Thomas Hef- :turn for a 30-lap feature, plus modified, Frank Myroncuk In a support of Al Jackson's sevenCOMPOUNDED QUARTERLY
fern, Stephen Derkaski, John lere will be a 50-lap Summer Chevy, Tom Green in a Chevy hit pitching as the" Mets defeatPerri, Robert" Juliano, Robert [ovice championship race and and sportsmen Parker Bohn ed the Reds. Jim Maloney, who
15-lap foreign compact feature (GMC), Don Stives (Ford), and pitched 10 no-hit innings and
SAVINGS & LOAN
Aquillar, Leon Jude, Paul Anlost to New York earlier in the
acilla, Frank Vaccarelli, Thomas <ent. Heat races and. con- Jack Hart (Chevy).
ASSOCIATION
ilation
events are on the bill of
season, gave up six hits this
Kelley,
Stephen
Vultaggio,
HarHwy. 34, Atlantic Highlands
Highway 35, Mlddletovn
Heading the stellar field of out- time in six innings and now is 8ry Hover and managers Ted ire for both nights.
)
671 • 2400
standing chauffeurs and machines 4. Jackson is 4-10.
291-0100
Becker, Paul Lewis and Gary Modified point leader J 6 e
lelly of Quakertown, Pennsyl- for the ARDC midgets' second Ray Culp, 5-4, checked the
Siegmund.
appearance of the season on the
Freshman baseball: Joseph vania continues to be the top '/ mile macadam speedway will Braves on three hits and scored
3
Rankin, Peter Wersinger, Joseph hreat in the modified-sportsman be Russ Klar, popular veteran of the winning run in the eighth
Frank Porter's
Balina, Robert Caffman, Asa ice. The hard-driving champion many midget wars and winner of inning when he singled and
Iready
has
three
feature
race
came
around
on
a
bunt,
a
Surak, Donald Adam, William
the feature event here back in
grounder and Johnny Callison's
Doane, Alan Berger, Earl Henry,
May.
mn,
Ben
Cittadino,
Milton
single. The loser was Ken
James Hartner, George Penn,
SHREWSBURY AVENUE
747-3404
David Yellen, Paul Michan, Rog- laniels, Edward Dziedziic, Ev- The 50-lap novice championship Johnson, now 6-4, who allowed
Open Monday thru Friday—8 to 6 p.m.; Sat. to 3 p.m.
er Unger, John Vaccarelli, Philip ett Elliott, Edward Nichols, on Sunday night will have an im- ln(;f civ hits
Scaduto, Harold Gordon, Michael lobert Hill, Kevin Keppler, Rob- portant bearing on the close
Florida, Glenwood Harper, Mi- irt Kessler, James Liotta, John "rookie" division point standings.
chael Tacchia, Robert Capraun. ancy, Michael Ross, Edward The affair will carry a bonus of
Varsity track: Thomas Bazley, jlnik, * Willie, Snell, Arthur double points and chief threats
Michael Greenwood, Carl Jen- iaggs, David Snell, George San- are • George 'McDowell of Pine
nings, James McCaskill, Vollie nelli, Andrew Thorn, Chris Wal- Beach, a four-time winner and
Mitchell, Gordon Washington, m, George Whittle, Cornelius previous winners Bob McCulRcJjexLPuryear,. Thomas Ander- dlliams^ Robert Yancis and Al- lough. Jack Mulvahill, Ed Geibel,
f ^
son, J. Fred BaettigTFeiijTDeSantis, Martin Kaminitsky,
ley Lewis. Stephen Robinson,
Manager, Fred Salter, William
Sacchetto, James Simonelli, Angelo Strollo, Louis Stalsworth,
Manager and Jerome Van Brunt
Junior varsity track: Alan BerFRIDAY, JULY 2, 1965
Cathy Cornelius Leads
Women's Golf Open in A.G
Soap Box Derby Is Monday
Baseball
Scottish Games
Set for Asbury
LB. Athletes
Receive Awards
Pirates Lose to Cardinals
Wall Stadium Slates Two-Night,
6-Feature Program Over/Weekend
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^onmouth Park Entries
Pint Race-tlOM 3 &I y.o. Mda C & G
Clg
1. Chicago Open
118 Bove
2. White Flight
116 Perna
I. Ferdan
US NB
4. Count Jetstar
116 Patterson
5. Keep Shining
111 Reagan
6. Oxford Flyer
IK Barrow
7. Rev-High
116 Boulmetjs
8. Jettisoned
116 McCurdy
9. Freedom's Land 116 Sellers
ID. Rudy Rullah
116 Alvarez
11. Newton
116 NB
12. Five Digits
116 Barrow
:
ae So Good
116 Culmone
ae All Claim
116 Brocklebank
ae Mr. Kev
116 NB
ae Fresh Gabby
118 NB
THE DAILY REGISTER
Middletown
Youth AA
Fifth Race-Purse $SSM 1 y.o. Clg 11/11 mile*
MAJOR DIVISION
8-1
1. Likable
1(8 NB
W LT
7-2
2. Skeeti Echo
116 Brumfield
В« 1 1
6-1 Highland Yankees
3. No Contention
113 Chambers
Midd.
Braves
4)1
S-2
4. Royal Plane
113 Kallai
Atlantic
Jets
:
4
S 1
5. King Fine
US Brooks
15-1
4 4 0
M Mldd. Tlgeri
6. Pay The Devil
116 McCurdy
15-1 K. M, Bankers __.
7. Last Cabin
113 Brooks
4 4
NATIONAL SAFE BOATING WEEK — Next week
10-1 Mldd. Cardinals
8. Donfordad
113 Sellers
3 4 1
Mldd. Mets
3 5 0 is "careful" week for the boatmen when National Safe
.:... 2 6 0
Sixth Race-$4000 3 y.o. & up F & M Clg 6 furlongs Midd. Giants
Boating Week gets underway Sunday.
BOYS DIVISION
1. Maid of Mirth
119 Grant
8-1
Arthur J. Smith, 27 Westwood Rd., sent In
AMERICAN
LEAGUE
2. Solar Tan
6-1
116 McCurdy
excellent Information for the men on the water and
3. Speak Well
15-1
119 Vasquez
W L
4. Isadandy
5-2 Food Circus Colts
116 Vasquez
10 3
It certainly was worth passing along to the boat5. Rye Sipper
2-1 St. Mary's Bishops
116 Gonzalez
10 4
men. Mr. Smith said:
10-1 Harmony Bowl Keglers - 7 5
116 Sellers
6. Royal Theme
Second^tace—Purse $3000 4 & up Clg. I furlongs 7. Rosy Plum
10-1
112 Culmone
"President Johnson proclaimed the week of July
St.
Mary's
Friars
_6
7
10-1
104 Pearl
1. C r * r Ridge
114 Kallai
8-1 8. Country Child
4 9 4-10 National Safe Boating Week. Every boating en15-1 Suburban Sox
116 Gonzalez
2. In. Focus
117 Kassen
12-1 9. Mary Bird
0 13 thusiast in the Red Bank area can help the nationwide
8-1 McDonald Raiders ....
112 Kallai
3. Colonel Bingo
20-1 10. Whirling Mom
114 Stevenson
NATIONAL LEAGUE
I. Frosty Cycle
8-1
114 Grimm
campaign to 'keep boating safe' by remembering these
W
5. Space Flyer
4-1
114 Grimm
5-2 Seventh Race—$4000 3 & 4 y.o. fil allow S furlongs Belford Seals
10
6. Olylea
119 Vasquez
few simple rules of common sense and courtesy afloat.
113 Alvarez
6-1 1. Bacawlso
5-1 N. M. Hustlers
7. Brinks
114 Brumfield
В» 7
"Don't overload — Know and observe the
113 Vasquez
20-1 2. Messenger Boat
15-1 P. M. First Aid „
8. Denhan Doll
109 NB
„ 7
3.
Cavans
Roze
113
Patterson
20-1
3-1
weight capacity of your boat.
117 Zakoor
9. V. Formation
Greeley's Gulf
_ 7
6-1 4. Right About
113 Kassen
10. Band Boy
114 Patterson
8-1 St. Mary's Angels
6
"Keep alert — Watch for rocks, logs, snags,
3-1 5. Hello Molly
HI Gonzalez
11. Ash Blue
5-2 GUI's Falcons
114 Grimm
2
111 Sellers
floating
debris, and other boats. If a storm ap15-1
12. Sea Fever
, ~ 10-1 6. Small Voice
112 Pearl
• ATLANTIC LEAGUE
111 Grimm
20-1
ae Sestos
6-1 7. Popetrenea
114 Brumfield
proaches, head for shore Immediately.
W
8.
Blessed
Hope
113
Zakoor
4-1
8-1
ae Long Glass
114 Sellers
"Don't stand up in a small boat — if you must,
20-1 Leonardo Field Club _ _ 9
113 Zakoor
10-1 9. Blue Mallet
ne Nash
114 Vasquez
Highlands Lions
9
20-1
ae Richard T.
117 Kassen
move
slowly and keep low.
Atlantic Fireballs
8
'Think of the safety and comfort of the other
Third Race—Purse $3000 2 y.o. MdnClg 5'A lur Eighth Race—Purse $5000 3 & 4 y.o. allow 6 fur Naveslnk Indians
- 6,
4-1 1. Lyrlco
1. HeljSBrter
118 Brooks
110 Patterson
4
8-1 Atlantic Blue Flames
fellow, and he'll do the same for you.
2. Vflfjory Trouble
111 NB
20-1 2. SUrge Ahead
112 Kallai
3-1 Belford Blues
3
"According to Donald A. Smith, safety officer,
3. a)Vestallah
110 Brooks
3. James Jay
114 Vasquez
3-1
JUNIOR DIVISION
20-1 4. a)Two Relic
112 Brooks
4. Dot's Birthday
115 NB
3-1 NEW MONMOUTH LEAGUE Shrewsbury ^Squadron, United States Power Squadron,
5. Mare's Syndrome 115 NB
10-1 5. Compass Rose
103 Guerra
15-1
W
more than 38 million Americans will take to the water
6. What A Line
118 Zakoor
105 NB
12-1 S. x)Count Berry
4-1 White Sox
6
iin
over 7l/2 million boats of every description for recre6-1 7. c)Cr!spy Crackers 110 NB
6-1 Cardinals .....
7. Royal Bargain
114 Patterson
_. ' 6
15-1 8. x)Sunshlne Way 108 NB
4-1
8. Perfect Zip
118 Barrow
ation and relaxation in 1965. Many will be enjoying
........ 6
20-1 9. c)Brian Stewart
108 McCurdy
6-1 Giants
9. Pop Singer
118 Sterling
._....
5
their first boat ride; many more are experienced boat
4-1 10. Superado
112 Kassen
15-1 Twins
10. Princess Nuks
115 Rivera
Cubs
- S
8-1
11. Dubuggy
118 NB
men
who have mastered the basic art of seamanship.
a)Mrs. Wallace Gilroy - F. B. Fraser entry
Indians _ :.
4
' 10-1
12. Gay Searcher
114 NB
X)Mrs. Arthur J. Toman - Trio Stable entry
The objective of NSBW is to urge this vast audience
15-1
Pirates
3
ae Ivetta
115 McCurdy
c)G. French entry
8-1
ae Plenti Hot
111 Patterson
Tigers
3
to help 'keep boating safe.'
3-1
ae Rigolo
118 Boulmetis
Red Sox . . I .
- 1
"Official statistics indicate that, although inex12-1
ae Heart Warmer
110 Pearl
0
Ninth Race-$3500 3 y.o. t up Clg 1 1/16^ mMur! Orioles
perienced boat operators are responsible for many
FAIRVIEW LEAGUE
Fourth Race—Purse $3000 2 y.o. Mdn Clg5</& fur 1. Miss Pinchmore 111 Perna
6-1
W
' mishaps on our waterways, a majority of accidents
• 20-1 2. a)Leverage
4-1
118 McCurdy.
111 NB
1. Iwo Jima
8
20-1 3. Bellachey
8-1 Falrview Panthers
l i t Pearl
111 McCurdy
2. Tuffy Rullah
are caused by thoughtlessness on the part of
Emmons
Braves
7
10-1 4. Empeno
4-1
121 Grimm
3. Adaptable Miss
115 Kassen
seasoned skippers. This highlights the fact that
Cobblestone
Tigers
6
8-1
15-1
6.
Triple
Sec
118 Boulmetis
4. Costy Caras
114 Grimm
3-1 6. Bottle of Rum
15-1 Midd. Esso. Wildcats
6
IIS Brumfield
5. Mariscal
118 Grant
promoting safety is a never-ending job. It is not
1M 7. Haunt
Irview Mets
3
6. Njjj>marla
.MS,.
115 Gonzalez
enough to be familiar with federal, state and local20-1 8. Nyrop
7. Tjfftlease
118 Sterling
119 Vasquez
Advisor Yankees .......в„ў~1' ' 1
6-1 9. Navitore
boating laws. A thorough knowledge of good sea8. Windy Vega
20-1
118 Vasquez116 Gonzalez
ST. MARY'S
8-1 10. Family Pic
9. Sum Will
118 NB
20-1
113 NB
AMERICAN LEAGUE
manship is not a complete guarantee against un3-1 ae Wicket Jay
10. Jogana
113 Sellers
8-1
118 NB
W
expected emergencies. While these are important
10-1 ae Broadway 2nd.
11. All Roads
2-1 Twins
118 Brumfield
119 Patterson
„..:..
5
4-1 ae Chaleur Bay
20-1
12. Naga
111 Gonzalez
us Brooks
factors
in assuring greater safety afloat, they, canOrioles
.5
20-1 ae Bethpage
ae Split Morse
118 Kallai
20-1
. usCulmone
Falcons
5
not
take
the place of constant awareness of the
10-1
ae Besito
ae
a)Sarago!d
118 Brooks
.
4-1
113 NB
_
5
20-1 ae Kings Only
ae Sally's Sandal
5-2 Red Sox
111 NB
'Unwritten
rules' of common sense and courtesy
118 NB
Yankees
.
. 4
6-1
ae Royal Holly
a)Mrs. J. W. Amatuchl - Hall Stable entry
118 Brooks
which are the common denominators of any sucIndians
4
Senators _
_> 3
cessful safety program.
Tigers
2
"So you think your boat is safe and seaworthy.
ST. MARY'S
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Are you sure? CGA examiners in the Red Bank area
TODAY'S PICKS
OFF TRACK
W
and throughout the country will give your motorboat
AT OCEANPORT
PICKS
Cardinals
8
NEW SHREWSBURY — The
a free courtesy examination. There is no obligation.
By SAM
...
By A.P.
Giants
NewyGhrewsbury Mets won their
FRIDAY
They
will check your equipment, and your boat's overDodgers
.-.
„'.
thifystraight game and seventh
Mets
Five Digits
Newton
all condition, and, if your boat meets the high stanof ftie season when they defeated
Braves
Newton
Five Digits
*he-Little Silver Beachfoums, 15-1,
dards of safety, it will be awarded the official AuxPirates . . —
Ferdan
Court Jester
recently.
iliary CME decal.
Phillies _
:
Joel Menzzopane won his fifth
Ash Blue
- Ash Blue
Cubs
"Every boat operator can contribute to greater
game without a loss as he hurled
Frosty Cycle
•iFrosty Cycle
1
one-hit ball over the first four
Olylea
J Space Flyer
safety in the wSter by observing the following
innings. The only hit he gave up
Pincess Nuks
Rigilo
rules:
was a line single to centerfield
Reporter
Gay Searcher
" I. Know your boat. ;
in the first inning. Menzzopane
James Jay
James Jay
fanned eight. v
" 2. Don't overload.
Windy Vega
Windy Vega
Larry Napier-took over in the
" 3. Keep a good lookout
^
Mariscal
Naga
WANAMASSA — Dave Dean
fifth and gave up one hit over
AH Roads
advanced to the finals of the
Mariscal
•
" 4. Operate at safe speeds.
•
the next three innings.
men's singles in the Ocean TownBill Tanko continued his heavy
Last Cabin
Pay The Devil
" 5. Respect the weather.
ship Open Tennis Tournament
hitting for the Mets with two
Pay The Devil
Royal Plane
" 6 . Take sufficient fuel.
when he defeated top seeded
singles in three hits to raise
King Fine
-Skeets Echo
Jerry Eisenstad, 7-5, 6-0, Wednes" 7. Keep your boat In shape.
his Sitting average up to .304.
Isadandy
- Isadandy
. ' • - . • day.
" 8. Carry Necessary equipment.
Rye Sipper
Rye Sipper
A! .major league batting cham. Dean will meet Lynn Abbott
Maid of Mirth
" 9. Secure your boat properly.
Rosy Plum
pion must have 502 or more
In the finals at 1 p.m. tomorrow.
pearances at the plate.
Hello Molly
Hello Molly ,
"10. Obey the law.
Other final round matches toBlue Mallet
Bacawiso
morrow are Harold Potter Red
"Remember that you are rsponsible for your wash
Blessed Hope
Blessed Hope
Bank, and Ann Lee meeting Bill
FOURTH OF JULY
Hagerman and Barbara Woolson and wake. Reckless operation is punishable by fine
Sunshine Way
Surge Ahead'
WEEKEND
at 10 a.m. in the. mixed doubles and imprisonment. Boats in your 'Danger Zone' have
Surge Ahead
< Sunshine Way
and Art Rogers and Eisenstad right of way and should hold course and spee^l. Learn
Count Berry
Brian Stewart
play Dean and Al Bjorstad at
Leverage
Triple Sec
3 p.m. in the men's doubles, to- and exchange proper whistle signals to avoid misNyrop
Nyrop
•k Modlf ied-Sportsman
night at five o'clock, Sandy understanding. Sailboats have right of way except
Bottle of Rum
Empeno
Brodsky will face Ira Dorfman when overtaking. Pass them wide to leewardr Large
• Midgets
in the finals of the boys, 16 and
EARLY MORNING SCRATCHES
vessels and tows are not quickly maneuverable. Keep
•k Foreign Compacts
under, division.
White Flight, So Good, Mr. Kev., Fresh Gabby
Band Boy, Sestos, Long Glass, Nash
clear
and give them room.
•k Novices
Mare's Syndrome, Dubuggy, Ivetta, Plenti Hot
"Remember — SAFE BOATING IS FUN! You
Iwo Jima, Besito, Sallys Sandal, Royal Holly
at., July 3| and
can help to make it even more enjoyable by pracTwo Relic, Crispy Crackers
Sun., July 4
Wicket Jay, Broadway 2nd, Chaleur Bay, Bethpage, Saragold,
ticing the simple rules of common sense and cour1ST—Clmg; 3 yra-up: 6 f: off 2:01.
Kings Only
•
'
Takeo (Vasquez)
10.40 4.80 3.20
tesy
afloat."
Llndale (Sellers)
3.60 2.60
WEATHER-CLEAR
TRACK-FAST
Little Silver
Loses, 15-1
••••••••••••••a
STOCK CAR RACES
6 fur
10-1
1H"
6-1
4-1
20-1
20-1
7-2
10-1
8-1
6-1
20-1
15-1
8-1
15-1
20-1
20-1
By Hy Cunningham
Monmouth
Park
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Dean Advances
In Tennis Play
Monmouth
Results
1
8 P.M.
C A T ^(Map modifled-sportsman
j A I . feature,
3D-!ap
ARDC
midgets and 2J-Iop novlcs main
eventi. stock cor stars Joe Kelly,
Tammy Elliott, Jack Hart Parker
Bohn, Dave Hulse, Don Stives and
more - plus ARDC midget aces
Dutch Schaefer, Len Duncan, Waily Dallenboch, R u В» Klar and
Ernie McCoy..
C U M 3O ' la P
modlfled-sportsman
J U r t i feature, SD-lap novice main
event end IS-lap foreign compact
stocks. 3 Big Features, rounding
out a 6 feature weekend of racing
on America's fastest Vt mile, hlghbaAed macadam speedway.
S
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-m
mllUlllh
1U<
third tco . . .at:
Wall Stadium
RT. 34, BELMAR, N. J.
681-1873
••••••••••••••••H
Twin Boros Nip Rumson, 7-3
SHREWSBURY - Twin Boros
olimbed into a three^way tie for
second place in the Southern Division of the Ed Carle-ton Memorial Baseball League yesterday ibji defeating Rumson-Faii
Haven, 7-3, behind the one-hit
pitching of Pat Geroni.
— T T H ^ Z yrs; 5'/^ f; off 3:28.
_._t.T-i
i._ii /i j \
Township (4-3) and
Freehold
(4-4)
in the runner-up position witi
eight points. Lakewood is the
pace setter with a 7-1 slate.
Ocean Township will play host
to Twin Boros today while Freehold is idle.
G e r o n i was oneipitch' away
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PANELING
• Prc Finished
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OK Act (Grimm) ..._
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Mr. Smith's words of wisdom on the water are
T.-l:13ft. Also—Mischief Boy, Bobby
Lew, Bllful, Squankaji, Sy-W Davea excellent ones. Don't just try them for a week when
Devil, Eloquently, Star Magician, Rich
N Valor.
it is Safe Boating Week, keep them in mind during
2D—3 & ^ yrs; 6 f; ttTf 2:30.
(Culmone) ...-..-10.00 5.HO 4.G0
the
entire boating season. Boatmen will benefit by
8.40
4.60
Freeh
Colonel
(Sellers!
from a noJvitter when Edwin Davei Joy (Brumflelci)
3,60
&. Alio — Popcel, Smartalre, Mr! Smith's expert advice.
Perez hit the twwtrike, two-out
Willies, Mommy Llbe, Curtain Up,
pitch to deep shortstop and out-The
IrrepJacable, Sister Bomba, Enterprise,
(Dally Double 8-2 Paid S77.O0)
legged it for an infield single.
3D—CImg; 3 yrn; lm7O yds; off 2:59.
After both teams scored 'twice Purse Power (Sellers) 6.40 4.40 3.20
Missile Sprite fAlva'z) ....
36.80 11.60
in the first inning, Twin Boros Native
Twin (Zakoor) ....
5.20
picked up trie go ahead run in the T.-l:46&. Also — Crocagator. Delinquent Gal, Port Belle, Deys Princess,
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"LEONARDO — Mrs. Frank
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yesterday in the Beacon Hill
Country Club's 184iole group's
flag tournament.
Mrs. Connelly also shared low
putts with Mrs. Wallace Spencer
at 31. •
Newark Bears Will Play
M
Ztzzetto (Sellers) ,
.6.20 3.40 3.00
NEWARK - The N e w a r k Island, Oct. 12; Ft. Wayne, Oct.
Intrical (Culmone)
3.60 3.20
Crown Dancer (Br'fleld)
. 4.SO Bears, division title winner three 17; Toronto, Oct. 30, and NorT.-l:0i#i. Also — Chance Encounter, times and league champion twice folk, Nov. 13.
Pantula, Madelyns Pride, Bu Bu Roan,
Angela A, Hello Yankee, Limited War, in the Atlantic Coast Football
The Bears will be idle the weekNavy Impulse, Cake Box.
5TH—Milns; 2 yrs; 51^ f; off 3:32. League during the last t h r e e end of Oct. 10, but wilt play a
Fleet Flower (Boulm's) 3.60 2.60 2,20 years, will play a 14-game sched- Columbus Day, (Oct 12) contest
Jaquelta (Zakoor)
3.60 2,40
b-Keynolnt (Culmone)
2.40 ule this fall as members of the against Rhode Island, coming
T.-l:12?i. Also — a-Mldnlght Rebel, newly formed Continental Footback five days later for a set-to
MIolH Dawn, Bess Betltle, La Fileune,
Little Dynamite, a-Top Effort, Dardee. ball League.
with Ft. Wayne.
OTH—Alw; 2 yrs; 5"4 f; olf 4:20.
Lucky Shlrl (Qrlmm) ...920 5.(0 4.20
The (Bears, who will play all General Manager Sol Rosen has
Jet Code (Kasien)
8.60 BOO
Lntallah (Barrow)
8 00 their seven home games on Sun- arranged for the Bears to play
T.-l:06<fc. Also—One Cent Sale, Roya- day nights at Schools Stadium,
three pre-season exhibition conlene, Neros Daughter, Sounri Tract.
Newark,, will open at home
7TH—Al»; 4-up; 6 f: off 4:5414.
Flamln Hat (Brooks) ....10.09 5.20 3.20 against the Philadelphia Bulldogs tests. The first will be against
a-Road to Romance (G'E)
7.80 3.G0
Ft. Wayne at the Paramus High
Bpeddy Admiral (Pearl)
2,60 on Aug. 15. Owner Tom GranaWll
School Field and it will be a beneT.-l:ll»s. Also — Crack: Back, a-Brcannounced that the first six
ohazo, Joey Binder, Free Game.
fit affair for the Paramus Boys'
.a-Bwamazon Farm entry.
games
will
start
at
7
p.in.
and
the
8TH—Alw: 3 yre; 1 m : off 5:24.
Club.
>
Wide To Right (Culmne) 4,00 3.20 2 9) seventh game at 6:30.
Tunnel Hill ( Barrow) ....
5.40 3.60
Ketcha Berg (Zakoor) ....
3 60 Newark's second home tilt will
T.l:44. Alio—air Captain, Glaisell B.
be against the Toronto Rifles
Uncle Dommer, Mister Lumpus.
9TH—Clmg; 3-up 1,V m ; off 5:53H. Aug. 29. OUier home games will
Harmonizing (Culmnr ....27.20 12.20 7 00
Vice Chairman (Brks)
10.BO 7.40be against the Hartford Oaks,
Realism (Boulmetla) ....
8 40
T 1 : 8 K . Also—Hi Luck. Polllngfold, Sept. 12; Richmond Rebels, Sept.
Silent Sun, Moola nullah, Runspurtytoo. 26; Norfolk Neptunes, Oct. 3;
Judofmlne, Battle Proof.
Wheeling West Virginia Ironmen,
(ATT. i:U8В». HANDLE 11,328,888.)
Oct. 24, and Rhode Island Indians, Nov. 7,
REBUILT
ENGINES
The team will play a w a y
against Wheeling, Aug. 22; Charlston, W. Va. Rockets, Sept. 4;
Philadelphia, Sept. 18 R h o d e
-Let Sears factory - trained
mechanics install a re-manufactured Allstate Engine at
Sears low prices! Just ask any
Sears automotive salesman
about our low engine installa"
ratea.
Marcelino (Lefty) Lopez, sensational 21-year-old rookie pitcher with the Los Angeles Angels,
was the first American League
hurler to win six games this
year.
Sears-Automotive Center
UM Hwr. SS-Moa. thru gmt. »:»•*.»
Detroit Tiger pitcher Joe Sparma is a former Ohio State quarterback.
Friday, July 2, 1965 -
19
Jersey Ski-Ters Set
Matawan Show Monday
MATAWAN - The Jersey SkiTers Water Ski Club, under the
sponsorship of the Matawan Borough Recreation Committee, will
hold its second annual ski show
Monday at 2:30 p.m.
This year's event is scheduled
for the Ravine Drive end of Lake
Leffents, but weed conditions,
prior to show time, will determine
whether the show will be held
there or on Lake Matawan.
Twenty-four skiers will take
part in the event.
The highlight of the snow will
be a six-foot-high jump, o v e r
which skiers will make jumps at
high speeds.
The show will open with a salute to the flag by the costumed
ballot-line girl skiers.
a
There will be 20 acts including
champion trick skiers and jumpers, bare foot skiing, a jivejmaii
pyramid, shoe-skiing; baton twirling, a saucer act, slalom skiing, a
flying kite act, funny clowns and
novelty acts.
Janet Blumel of Rumson, one
of the Eastern Region's Over-all
Women's Champion water skiers,
will be seen in .numerous acts,
including a mixed doubles routine
with Ray Peterson.
Also participating in the showwill be Connie Rice, who placed
third in jumping and slalom in
the 1963-64 Women's championship. She was also third in the
Florida Federation Slalom Tournament at Cypress Gardens, Fla.
Other participants include Tom
Kelly, who has qualified for the
Barefoot Club of the American
Water Ski Association; Frank
H a n s o n , the National Senior
Men's Champion in slalom and
trick skiing; Paul Egan, a member of the American Water Ski
Association Century Club (jumping over 110-feet in a sanctioned
tournament); Mary Egan, Mataway; Mary ,and Charles Stout,
West Long Branch; Mangie and
Wayne Stewart, Donna Moody,
Middletown; Bill Stewart, Hazlet;
Sig Olving, Lyn Gilbert, S k i p
Rice, Red Bank; Butch, Bob and
Elmer Blumel, Rumson, Tom
Kancolli, Jersey City; Jim Reilly, Shrewsbury; . Gene Quickly,
Lincroft; Barbara and Tom
Kelly. Port Reading, and Jane
Paterson, Rahway.
N.J. Fish & Game Group
Released Hunting Calendar
TRENTON (AP) - New Jer-the size and marking of traps.
sey adopted its 1965 hunting Bag limits and hunting hours
code Wednesday with no major for all species will be the same
changes from proposals outlined as last year.
a month ago.
The division said detailed regAt the same time,' the State ulations will be published in the
Division of Fish and Game re- 19В® compendium of New Jerleased the official 1965 hunting sey game laws which will becalendar. The action followed a distributed to" hunting license
public hearing Tuesday night.
agents early in the fall.
Bow and arrow deer and bear Migratory bird seasons andhunting season wilK run from bag limits will be set as soon as
Oct. 2 through Nov. 4; firearm
the federal framework'of regbuck7deer and bear season from
ulations is established, the diDec. 6 through 11, and small
vision said.
game season from Nov. 6
through Dec. 4. .the small game
season will then re-open after
deer season on Dec. 13, continuing through Dec. 31 for rabbits and male pheasants and
through Feb. 5 for quail, grouse,
NEWARK — After canceling
and squirrel.
Fox may be hunted throughout Sunday afternoon's final tryout
the small game season and dutf, session of the Newark Bears,
ing the firearm deer season but General Manager Sol Rosen anonly without dogs during the nounced the signing of It players,
deer season. Fox season will bringing to 19 the number alcontinue through March 31 in ready in the fold for the team's
die area south and east of U.S. 1965 campaign as Eastern DiviRoute 1 and through April 30 in sion members of the Continental
Football League.
the rest of the state.
Newark Bears
Sign 11 Players
Hunting for raccoon and woodchuck and trapping seasons for
muskrat, mink and raccoon will
be similar to last year. There
will be no trapping of beaver or
otter this year, and new reguta
tions have been set regarding
Signaleers Win,
7-0, On Forfeit
Coacih Steve Van Buren, who
has been holding tryouta for the
last month at Schools Stadium
here, decided to wipe out the last
because of the July Fourth holiday. The team will resume full
time practice Tuesday night.
All team veterans, the latest
signees are Mike Hagler, iEas t
Orange; the Walsh Brothers, Bob
and Richie, Lyndhurst; Mark Hallam, Nutley,; Kirka Foulke, Bucks
County, Pa.; Carmine Melignano,
Fair Lawn., and Ed Post and
Tom Gunderman of Dover; Only
New Yorkers among the group
are Pat Del Vicario,' Frank
Farella. and flick De Cicco.-
FORT MONMOUTH - Fort
Monmouth was awarded a 7-0
forfeit victory over Manasquan
A.C. last night when the latter
showed up for the scheduled Jersey Shore Baseball League tilt
with only five men.
The Signaleers are currently Major league baseball's 25-man
6-8 in the loop while Manasquan player limit goes into effect 30
is 3-8, which puts them in the days after the season opens and
league cellar with Middletown. lasts until Sept. 1 each year.
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House Hunting! It's open sea'
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566-2224
Matawan
ELEGANCE...
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747-4545
l M i KARM-ANN OHM Comestible. 1
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291-11OL
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COMET
U*> UtBCVRr
WAOOM —
automatic 7uU power. l
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tMl POtrnxc
CttsJIs* CoDrM
1MI FOOD — CwuHrr M W > "*»••
Radio, heiter, whllewejls, c l e u con- LW3 CKBVKOLBT — K m
irejumlBeion. Oood tlrel. Oood locai pusenfer etttlon w t o n . JJo e u h
dition. CaJI 842-2231
needed. Low weeuy permeate ot VXn.
car. o В« . r . Call after 5. IT1-62H.
1867 PLYMOUTH — Needi torilon tar \Wi CORVIITB — Very clean. Foui Open i<My 5. Oall colleot PA 1-7100.
'"•
and seat coven. Runs food, beat otter. •peed 'ranainliaion. UcCARUiy Clievro. OAB1B MOTORB, Rt 9, •
Call 2M-1703
let. 381-1101.
1957 FORD CONVERTIBLI - Standard
1965 MERCURY MONTEREY — TwoOood lop. Tlrej. Haw.
door aedan. power steerlns". Used two 1IOTF 16OO-19M. Excellent condition, iraMmlsslOT.
months, 1,000 orUlnil mile.. Owner must aee to В«ppreoiavle. 43 Runwon paint. В«350. 741-MM after 4:30 p.m.
deceased. *l,100 plus monthly pay- PA.. Rumton.
THUNDERBIRD
— U«3 White Full
menu S63.CO. CaU 78KI47 HIM i a.m. 1960 PHOENIX DODGE DART - pe.wВ«r. ,38.000 mllВ»s.
Excellent Oall:
Wltite. new Interior, vei 872-1042.
utu .;HEVY 12 Wecon. Autoznatlc. Convertible.
tood condition, 1100. 117-5686.
McCAKthy Chevrolet*
tl69
19S3 BUICK ELECTRA - Air-condiiSl-UOl.
1964 CHEVROl*BT — Chevolle, four- Uoned.
One owner. Well 1 caiad for.,
CADILI*AC .
IMS convertible rfd, door aedatt. Po 'errlltle. power ateerlnr Oall 747-2212
black top and Interior. New condition. nulls six-cylinder, tow mlU&ge. Me
CARthy Chevrolet, 291-1101
3,<M> mllea. P.OOO. Ul-OOM.
1961 CHEVROLET — forward control
station wagon. Sacrifice. McCAP.lhy
1«» CADIIJ.AC — rouMloor hardtop. 1955 PONTIAC —'Four-door. Automatic. Chevrolet.
S9M101.
_^_
Power windows, power brakes, vowex Oood working condition. Best oiler.
eteerinf. Good clean condition. Sbe h u O i l 842-208C.
193? FOKD — Two-door, automatic,
ajwaya alept in Has four new feet 1962 TEMPEST Bporte Coupe, 4-В»peed elcellent
running
coccUUon,
>1M.
CaU
Well cared for.' 11096. Call 787-1439. lra.nlmlsaon, S750. Oall
2S9-26M.
S71-O306.
19S5 FORD OAIiAXn; 500-Two-Joor
I960 DEBOTO — Oood runnlhl oondl.
harJtop, 4 apeed with 380. l>i
19(3 ALFA ROMEO, Sprint coupe ltiOC tlon.
Aflklnl S85. Call
Low mmam. Call alur В«.
US85. UcCARthy Chevrolet
671-0981
25M101.
1963 UAUIUAC — Bedtn dn ville. all
conditioned, ill-way lean, power tvln 196S BARRACUDA
Babr
— Four-ipeed 1964 CONVERTIBLE - Bulcl
dowa. McCARthy Caevtolet, 391-1101. traiumlaftlon, V-8, $300, take over pay- Fully loaded, low mileage,
feet coi
dlUon. 542-0611.
1S8S HIU<MAN — Minx, convertible, ments. Call 787-335H.
radio and heater, low mileage, good
1BS1 RENAULT CARAVELUE
1966 MERCURY — Four-door, pow
condition. CaU 7*1-3*70.
steering and brakes. Asking H&8. Cal
741-90U after В« p.m.
67I-096(.
I960 VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER — Low
mileage. One owmr. Excellent condl 1963 CHBVX 11. Nova four-door sedan.
1962 RAMBLER WAGON — Orlflm
tlon. Call 843-3533.
115S5. McCARthy ChevroleL
owner, 35,000 miles new urea, fhut
291-U01.
1163 CHEVROLBT, Bel Air, wagon,
Radio, healer. 11,050. 671-01(5.
alx-cylliidei atandarij. radio. tllBS. U c 1963 FOnD — XL Convertible. 390-8.
CARthy Chevrolet 291-1101.
Four speed. Low mileage. Excellent 1963 TWO-DOOR — Hard-top Oldsmi
bile. All power, excellent conditloi
1968 FORD — station wagon. Auto- condition. Best offer. 842-16S7.'
matic, power steering and brakes. 1963 HILLMAN — Hark I convertible, 30,000 original mileage. Wtl take trad<
Inalde very clean. S30O. 291-3279.
dean car, f 1075. Downes Pontlac, Mat- 787-3915.
1857 CHEVROLET — Bel Air, auto- &wan 566-2209.
1963 BUICK SPECIAL — Foux-uOO
matic very good condition. New 1965 1956 CHRYSLER WINDSOR — Power Sharp. McCARthy Chevrolet
motor. Call 566-4819.
291-1101?
brakes and steering, dood station car,
747-0821 after 7 p.m
UW3 PONTIAC, Catallna convertl'/le, HS0. none
CHEVROLET —' Bel Air four-dooi
automatic and power Blearing. % 195. 1950 MBRCURY — Four-door, stick 1959
sedan
EUx
cylinder,
automatic. Excel
UcCARthy Chevrolet. 291-1101.
shift, low mileage, good condition. Call lent condition, low mueage. 1435. li
1964 CHEVY II. — Elcellent condition. 2S4-3SO6.
Maplewood Ave., Humson.
Fully equipped, priced right, for quick 1961 FOKD CONVERTIBLE - V-8,
— 1963 station wagon. Al
aale. 741-1983.
automatic В»129& McCARtby Chevrolet, CITROEN
conditioned. Roof-rack and cover. Ver
CORVETTE — 1965. Fast Back, ma- 2B1-11OL
clean. Will take trade-in. OOStU prtvat
roon, four ipeed, 3S0 h.p. POfit-tractlon, 1961 VOLKSWAGEN — Sun-roof. S795. PI3-S324. 8S Wat»s>lng AviMBloom
Priced (o aell. 741-8509.
Domti
Pontlac, Matawan. Call
field, N.J.
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1963 BUICK CONVERTIBL1! - Bad
1060 CORVETTE — Four speed, Poal and
AUTOS FOR SALE
heater.
Automatic
tranainlsaion
traction rear, MT mags. Snows and power steering. One owner. Esxellei
other eztraa. 2910642 between 4-6 week condition.
Will lacrldce. 221-928B. afli
days.
6 p.m.
1963 CORVAIK, Spyder Coupe, fourj FORD — Starllner. While. Powei
apeed S17S5. McOARlhy Chevrolet 291'
steering and brakes. WhUe-waflila. Clean
1101.
Must seU. 234-5960.
1959 FORD QALAXIB 50O — Hardtop.
Black, white, radio and heater, power 1963 FORD — Galaxds 500 convertible.
automatic (rannmlsfllnn ex- No money down, low'weekfly bank pay
Has a beautiful selection ateerlns*.
ceptionally clean, W95. Call 291-29J7- ment of 114.60. Open July 5. Call col
of now 1965 Dodges at 1960 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE — lect, PA 1-7100. OAfllS MOTORS, Rt
9, Sayreville.
Call after 6
fantastic savings. Also a V-fl automatic. 671-1388.
1856 DODQE — Four-door, glood bod:
large variety of good used 195T CADILLAC, four-door Hardtop. XJ75 new
Jront end. good tlre5. beat offer
UcCARthy Chevrolet
Call 787-3112.
cars.
291-1101.
[B5« DODGE STATION WAOON — N o
1961 RAMBLER AMERICAN — Two inow-tires, best offer. CaU
door sedan. Like cow. CaU after 6
812-2236.
p.m. B12-0858.
1983 BUICK — Two-door hard-top
BU1CK, WILDCAT CONVERTIBLE — power
ateertng
ajid power brakes. Al
1904. white with black top. Powei
brakes and power steering. ВЈ2,593. Cat, extras. Oall 204-0593.
747-3512 after 7 p.m.
1961 CORVAIR MONZA — Coupe, autoTRUCKS FOR SALE
matic. 11895. McCARthy Chevrolet
291-1101.
1964 CHEVROLET — %-toi
19S1 DAUPH1NB — Excellent condition, Six-cylinder, {1405. McCARU!
low mileage. X400. Call after 5 p.m. let. 291-1101.
747-1332.
1953 INTERNATIONAL METRO 1954 FORD — WhJtewaMs, two-door 1954. Half ton DODGE PANEL. 1961
hardtop, clean. Call atter 6 p.m. 872' INTERNATIONAL METRO MITE. Wl
ell cheap. No reasonable offer re
MM.
fused. Star Cleanerj & Launderers. 13:
1660 CHEVROLET BELAIR - Two- Myrtle Ave.. Long Branch. 232-8000.
door sedan. t6S5, McCARthy Chavrolat.
195,3 INTERNATIONAL BC-225D dlese]
291-1101.
tractor. 10-speed road-ranger, 220 Cum
1959 FORD — Blue and whit., jlx mlns. A - l . ihape. Will finance. Othn
cylinder, automatic, radio, heater. Very dlesel Iractors available. Call Bten, 747.
good condition. S3<5. 291-2S63.
0187, M. Schwartz k Soni, ITJTER.MA.
1S63 CORVAIR BPYDDR — White, lour TIONAL TRUCK DEALERS, 141 W
speed. AM-PM radio, excellent condi- Front St., Red Bank.
tion. $1740. 741-M92.
1953 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK—Mode:
good condition, dual wheel!
1963 TEMPEST LEMANS Sport Coupe. L-130,
Cerllone's OreenhouieB, Hwy 35, Holm
(1695. McCARthy Chevrolet. Call
del. 261-3(30
291-1101
950 V, TON PICK-UP TRUCK — »li
1961 FORD STATION WAOON — Power cylinder
standard shift. Bztra parts.
steering and power brakes V-8, ExcelJ64-7729.
lent condition. 5695. 284-8460.
953 OHEVnOLET PIOK-UP-li ton. SI!!
1956 OLDSMOBILE—Convertible, auto- Call
566-4670,
matic, good condition. $175. Call after
after 6 p.m.
В« p.m. 787-4390.
1951
FORD GMiRBAGE
1963 AUSTIN HEALY — Red Sprite. Best F-8
offer.
Call
S71-S279. S87
Excellent condition, call
Ave., Mlddletown.
2B4-1856
1961 CHEVROLET BR0OKW00D —
Wagon. 1795. Call McCARthy Chevrolet.
MOTORCYCLES
291-1101
1962 CUSHMAN
JAGUAR — 1951. Mark VII. Sun-roof.
Motor acooter good condition. Asklni
Must aell. Make otter. CaU
1130. 787-2921,
531-0640
CLASSIC/ANTIQUE - 1947 MO TC.
Adi
(Mare
Right Hand drive. Good motor. Passed
N.J. inspection June. Original equipment Readily lenda Itself restoration.
Page)
9300. Phone Rumson, 842-6839.
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Me. M*Dy extras. One owner. AВ»ldnK teenage vehicle, it Wtndlnf Way,
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1965 VOLKSWAGENS
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY*
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SPECIALLY PRICED BY FORD MOTOR CO. FOR THIS S A L E . . .
AND FURTHER REDUCED BY 3 % EXCISE TAX CUT.
AUTOPORTUSA
A-l 3-WAY GUARANTEED USED CARS
'62 LINCOLN-CONT.
2750.
Four-door, air conditioned.
'64 CHEVELLE "Malibu" 1750.
BUY NOW... BUY N O W
EXCISE
TAX CUT
'64 FALCON
1750.
Convertible, FOM, power steering.
'62 CHEVROLET
1195.
Bel Air 4-dr. Powerglide.
'62 OLDSMOBILE "8811
1595.
Four-door hardtop, hydra., power steering. '
'63 FALCON Convertible 1250.
895.
'62 CHEVY II 300
BUY NOW
'61 FALCON Sedan
MONMOUTH COUNTY'S OLDEST RAMBLER DEALER
1964 RAMBLER
$1750
Hardtop. bucket, seats, consoli, auto.
R1H, 9000 milts, new-car guarantee.
1964 CORVAIR Monza
$1895
Coup., floor shift, radio and li.at.r.
Low mileaeje, like new.
1963 RAMBLER
1961 RAMBLER
Four-door station wagon, radio, heater.
1961 RAMBLER
1963 PONTIAC
$2395
Grand Prix, automatic off +ht floor.
Radio and hВ«afВ«r, full powtr,
1962 RAMBLER
$1295
Wagon, automatic, on* owner, like new.
$ 895
4-door ledan, automatic, radio and heater.
1961 RAMBLER .:.
$ 975
Ambassador, 4-door, automatic.
Radio and h.atar, full power.
...$1595
Clank wagon, six-cyl., nine-pen.
Auto., radio, heater, low mileage,
.....$ 695
I960 CHRYSLER
$ 975
Windier, automatic, radio, hetter, full power.
I960 FALCON
$ 550
Two-door, radio and heater.
I960 RAMBLER
.?.. $ 575
4-door sedan, on. own.,, stand, trans.
1962 RAMBLER
$ 850
American 2-door, radio, heater, one owner.
1962 RAMBLER
...,..:.
$ 875
Clastic two-door sedan.
1961 FORD
1959 RAMBLER ...„..„.:
plastic wagon, automatic, R&H.
1959 CHEVROLET
v
$1095
Galaxia, 2-cfoor hardtop, automatic.
Radio and haafar, powar sfetring.
$ 575
$ 795
"62 FALCON 4-dr. Sedan 695.
'60 COMET
650.
Custom two-door, Mercomatic.
'60 FALCON Sedan
650.
Four-door, Fordomatic, air conditioned.
"60 FALCON Deluxe
550.
Four-door, Fordomatic.
'64 FORD Ctry. Squire
1995.
Overdrive,
"62 MERCURY
1350.
Colony Park, MOM, power steering.
'62 FORD Ctry. Squire
1295.
Six-patsenger, Fcrdomatic, power steering.
"63 FALCON
1250.
Four-door, Fordomatic
'61 MERCURY
1195.
Six-pasienger Colony Park.
Mercomatic, power ireering, air cond.
"62 FORD Ctry. Sedan
'
62 FORD Ranch Wgn.
'61 FORD Ctry. Sedan
i.
r Ofna
_ в„ў В°
'65 -GALAXIE "500"
Four-door, FOM, power steering.
2250.
XL 4-dr. tWdtop, air conditioned:
"
","'" •""-.:."
1 9 5 0 .
Four-door,' FOM,
'63 MONTEREY
1750.
'63 CUSTOM
'63 GALAXIE Hardtop
1350.
Six-cyl., two-door, stand, transmission.
'62 MONTEREY
1250.
Custom four-door, MOM, power steering.
'63 MONTEREY
1695.
Two-door hardtop, MOM, PS.
'61 MONTEREY Hardtop
950.
Four-door, Mercomatic, power steering.
'61 GALAXIE Hardtop
895.
Four-door, Fordomatic, power steering.
"61 GALAXIE Sedan
795.
Two-door,. Fordomatic; power steering.
"61 FAIRLANE Sedan
,695.
Two-door, Fordomatic,
'60 GALAXIE Hardtop
650.
'59 GALAXIE Sedan
595.
Two-do or, Fordomatic.
1095.
"61 MERCURY
895.
Fordomatic, power steering.
TWIN-BORO RAMBLER
RED BANK
1095.
'60 MONTEREY • '
1095.
'63 THUNDERBIRD
995.
"62 T H U N D E W R E T
550.
Two-door, Mercomatic.
o
Full power.
-
MOUNT-ENGLISH
Since 1904
'65 KARMANN GHIA
'64 VOLVO I22S 4-door, blue
'64 RENAULT Dauphine, blue
'63 VOLVO 544, white
'63 M.G. 1100, red
"63 RENAULT Dauphine, red
'63 VOLKSWAGEN 1200, yellow
'63 RENAULT R-8, blue
'62 VOLKSWAGEN 1200, green
'62 RENAULT Dauphine, black
"62 RENAULT Dauphine, red
'61 VOLKSWAGEN 1200, bluo
'61 PEUGEOT 404, grey
'62* VOLVO I22S, 4-door
Four-door harltop. MOM, PS.
tic, power steering.
61 FORD Ctry. Squire
J
JULY 4th SPECIAL!
$
00
1OO OFF
1350.
Four-door, Fordomatic, power steering.
Four-door, Fordomatic.
1095.
k
HiGHLAr$S
Four-door, Mercomatic, powar ifterirtg.
Air conditioned.
2550.
Four.door custom, Mercomatic.
$1275
With snowplow and full tab.
747-0040
2495.
'64 GALAXIE "500"
' MONMOUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST FORD DEALER
NEWMAN SPRINGS RD.
895.
Six-paisenger, FOM, power steering.
Six-passengor, Fordomatic.
"62 FALCON Squire
895.
Six-cylinder, four-door.
SVpasienger, Fordomatic.
62 COMET Wagon
Impafa four-door hardtop.
Automatic, R&H, full power.
JEEPCJ-5
695.
Four-door, Fordomatic.
•
1350.
'62 FORD Ranch Wgn.
950.
Two-door, Powerglide.
.
% -to a pic It-up.
V-8, four-door har<fiop, Fo^vlJTaTrffij^^^
45 RAMBLER CLASSIC WAGON
ROUTE 36 and SCENIC DR.
Window van.
'64 F250
Hardtop, tix-cyi., overdrive.
872-0500
'63 FORD Econojine Van 995.
•64 ECONOLINE
1395.
Monmouth and Maple Ave., Red Bank
741-4000
'
1950.
"63
'61
'58
'59
— DOMESTIC —
FORD Fairlane 500, two-door
CORVAIR wagon
CHEVROLET, four-door
CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4-dr.
$2250
$1895
$1095
$1495
$1050
$ 895
$1195
$1050
$1095
$ 695
$ 695
$ 995
$ 8feg
$129?
$1495
$ 795
$ 395
$ 295
Automatic, six cylinder!.
RED BANK AUTO IMPORTS
MONMOUTH COUNTY'S IMPORT LEADER
119 E. Ntwmin Springs Rd:
74I-S886
R.dBinlc
MOBILE HOMES.
MOBILE HOMES
BOATS AND ACCESSORES
HELP WAOTEDr-MALE
n o MAKLBTTZ XXPAWCO — wu:
lo-em. eaxpetj, Vf, beau, wiener. Got
HW) Adde* *4.*J. Enclose* botloc
u l l M . 7I7-7W3.
RICHARDSOW - 24' E.C. 110 t t p . SEVERAL OtRLB WANTED - Ym ACCOUNTS PAYABLE EUPERV1SO&PlNEWOOD ESTATES
Gny. Sleeps tour in cabin, DfneUe, gtnerai houetwfyrk. Full tim* work 1BU lab frZE*r.e&cВ«; n / i i ' M u d t<
•U. 72, four mile* w««t -of P*rlcw«>*. sailer, gtwi-uy
itaUv. Call &41-2T77.
tiuttintati;
mill itAttr В»U.UD( t i p t r l
bead. Qorxi
tr.ee *nti •aliry rtqulrfi to fl. H ' ^ i
3an*eca,t, K. 2,
CM> in-of/xi
.SHJftT OPERATOR — To work to waJd, WiiUr JUi^de-Sttrllnf, D t t l Rd.
- 597 - 2323
18 H.P. EVINRUDE MOTOR — WIUi shirt Bniabiog department. FuJl time, Otluiuret, If. J.
Sen Fast! The Duly Rsglstei four best609
home b u r *• at Plnewood tank. 19M. ''• Excellent condition. Call year round po&itlon. Apply ponald'i
Laundry, 44 Marion S t . Red Bank.
EXPERIENCED PAINTER
Eitatei Mobile home Sales, Model* 747.2902.
Classified.
CaB Carl B. Jones, after t p.m.
m 011play in 10. 12, 20 ind 21 Coot
747-3041
rridtba. all price ranges.
Featuring U ' ELGIN BOAT Irith 40 h.o. B t l n CHAMBERMAID - Apply In person.,
Holly Hill Motet. Rt. 36. West Keant
frpltal, Detrolter, Active, Schult, Pace- motor. S3M firm. CВ«U
SALESMAN — New York Co.. ilpanri'
787-7574.
OVfg.
maker, " Alma. Financing
available
AUTOS FOR SALE
Ing
operations
to
central and louther
lip to 10 y e a n .
12 H P . ELOIN OUTBOARD MOTOR. EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN - With New Jersey, desires
experienced lalea
Like new. $135.
following. Full or part-time. All bene- man to ieli it'g product direct lo con'
747-0625.
rtts.
CaJl
Vlncent'i
Beauty
Balon
-for
FREE ADMISSION TO
sumen, residential and commercial
Biding experience htipful. All lead
14' LYMAN — Excellent " condition. interview. 747-3620.
PINEWOOD ESTATES
Johnson motor, last and seaworthy, EXPERIENCED B O O K K E E P E R furnished from newspapers, TV am
'lanned
ffioblls
home
community. Will demonstrate. В»42O or best offer. WANTED
— Statt^aaiary wanted. Write World's Fair Advertising. Current sales
Jptcjoiii, wooded lots, wide itreeti, all Call 812-0518.
man
earning (12 000 to 122,000 annually
•A.H." Box 511, Red Bank.
acuities. Write Tor brochure to PineHigh salary, piui comrnltilpn. Cal
ood Eitsles, Box 373, Rarnagal, J4.J, IS'*' CBNTERBOAKD SLOOP — Ex-CI-EANEJR — Aliw> kitchen ht'per. In- 5R3llia
CBllenl, large cockpdt, family ''day- formation, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m, Apply In
saJler". Painted, yarnlahed ready fox person, Rlvercrest Wurslnx Home. 31
Wt plan to l U r t July with 30% lei
SALESMEN
launching. >Asklng low price of S300 Chap In Ave., Red Bank.
need c t r i . We will offer bargains up tt BOATS AND ACCESSORIES due
Pull time. No experience n e c t m r y .
to old condition of. sails. Call 741'
K% off to the public untfl noon ot
COSMETICIAN — Part time, evening* Advancement opportunity In larg« dtS3IH
July 6th, t t which tlmt those remain «' CLAYTON BK1FP — Completely
only. Apply in person, everrfngs only, partmtnt store chain.
ln( will be •old to dealers.
Professional Pharmacy, 134 Broad 81., APPLY TO HOME DECOR DBPT.
efiniBhed. equipped and repoweied
MGR.
Red Bank.
vitti 183 Ji.p. CfirJs OraK. Immaculate
BUSINESS
NOTICES
.ml
LrouWi
free.
W.BOO.
7U-В«850.
CLERK — For busy general saJea
$3,500 up
AUTO
ACCESSORY
office. Job Includes order processing,
MAJUNE
SUPPLIES
Convertible
65 Cadillac SUtyTwo
C. ADESKAYITZ •
record Keeping and some statistical
Everything for the Boatman. New Jer8ERVICEMEN
Convertible
iey'i largest marine supply house.
Will build eight-room Colonial house on reports. Also light typing and. flllntj. Must have tome cxperltnce In Installaa oidi ^
Evinrude Sales and Service
Should have aome office experience. tion of muiflin, tall pipes, batterler
Colonial Dr., Shrewsbury. 711-5797.
Five-day week, 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
THE BOATMAN'S SHOP
ATTICS, CELLARS CLEANED — Ugnt Please apply at WHEELOCK SIGNALS tic.
$2,500 TO $3,500
A Wharf Ave.
741-5780
Red Bank hauling
, APPLY TO
Free estimates. Call after B
Devllle
•Convertible Open Bundayi and bolldayi, S a_m. p.m., ar. day Saturday, Sunday. 747-3002 INC.. 2Ta Branchport Ave., Long Branch
m
0
1
p.m.)
AUTO ACCESSORY DEPT. MGR.
(
D
r
.
Hdlp.
BABYSITTER — Live In, weekends off.
В« Chryilir New Yorker
FAIN3I call Ever Oreen
Bta. Wen.
Falrlane
children. Call
.3' BOSTON WHALER - 28 h.p. OROWINQ
to Fold
TWO GUYS
Landscaping. All phases of landscaping Three school-age291-0753
4-Dr. HdtP.
Super 88
Evlnrtlde. Cover and trailer. 1110O. Including
S3 Old!
maintenance. Weekly, monthRT. 35 k TWIN BROOKS RD.
Convertible
Jail 7(1-8337.
<4 Ponllac Bonnevllle
ly
or
season.
F.
Intermesoli.
787-0818
BEAUTICIANB
—
For new jalon. Fol2Dr.
Hdtp.
MIDDLETOWN, N. J.
1
1
8
В«4 Oldl
or
787-3240
lowing
prererretf.
Leon'a,
105-A
MonWANTED
•4-Dr.
Hdtp.
(2 Cadillac Devllle
MALE WANTED FOR STOCKBOY —
Easy starling, dependable 10 or 15 h.P-FUIiNITURB REFINISHING — Cabinet mouth St., Red Bank. Next U> theater. APPLY
Convertible
In person C.B.S. Market, 36
S2 Cadillac Devllle
lutboard motor. Call 371-12(5 alter 6 'ork, antiques restored. Call 787- 74L-6I50. 775-2106.
2-Dr. Kdtp.
Main Bt., Keinaburg.
<2 Cadillac Devllle
7781.
HOUSEKEEPER — One day a week. YOUNG MAN FOR AUTO PARTS
jONE STAR — Outboard bolts and
Middletown ar*a. Own transportation STORE — Muat have military lervic
WINDOW AIR CONDITION- desired. References. Call 741-433*.
$2,000 TO $2,500
notors. L8 13 tallboat by Chrysler, INSTALL
completed, or inellgble for draft. Exrepairs. Call
lea Bnark sailboat, complete, (99.75. ERS — And make
(2 Cadillac Silly-Two
4Dr. Hdtp.
perience desirable, but not necessary
741-2149
CASHIERS
MONMOUTH
MAJHNA
82 Cadillac Sixty-Two
2Dr. Hdtp.
Apply in person, Atlantic Theat&r. At- Business expanding, good chance foi
6
West
St..
Monmouth
Beach.
232-3492
PROTECT YOUR ASPHALT INVEST- lantic Highlands.
e l oldl
Starflre
4Dr. Hdlp.
^ ^ ^ ^ future. Group Insurance provided, NAYU m ' 8 INC., CALL 291-14H for ap
62 Bulck
Electra
'Convertible 4' — Fiberglass, wlui anchor, acces- MENT. Sea! your driveway or parking
now. Guaranteed protection from EXPERIENCED COOK, HOUSEWORK- pelntment, please,
(1 CadlUao Sixty-Two
Convertlblt
orles, $275. 741-6234, 5 p.m. Must see areas
destruction
by
gas,
oil
and
other
HarmER
—
Noon
through
dinner,
Monday,
63 Oldl
88
e-Dr. Hdtp.
o appreciate.
ful
materials.
Call
today
for
a
tree
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Friday
and
SatWANTED
— Mature man to assist
62 Oldi
Starflre
2-Er. Hdtp.
urday. References and own transporta- superintendent
5'DAY SPRITE — Excellent condition. eitlma'e. 141-3227.
Oarden
apaitmtntsr
•3 Oldi
88
Sta. Win.
Jonmouln Marina, 48 west St.. Montion necessary. 842-1264.
Must have Knowledge of painting: and
th Beach. 222-3492.
<
Salary open. For appointTOP SOIL
PART-TIME TYPIST — In Middlrtown plumbing.
ment,
call
741-9135,
anytime.
$1,500 TO $2,000
area. Type in own home. Reliable and
3AKRV CRAFT
,
SAVAOB
BULLDOZING
steady. Call 671-3550, alter 7 p.m.
EXPERIENCED MASON — PETNIC
Boat T r a L e n
4-Dr. Hdtp.
m Oldl
- 88
W. Front St., 264-0(30 Keyport.
CO,, Middletown. Oal
Coupe
В«l Cadillac (2
EXPERIENCED
WAITRESSES — CONSTRUCTION671-1B00
Convertible
61 Triumph Spitfire
Wanted.
Apply
In
person.
Shore
Point
12'
LUHR3
—
1858.
hardtop,
109
o
r
a
y
.
CLEAN
CELLARS.
7ARDB,
OARAGES
4-Dr. Hdtp.
61 Cadillac Devllle3ood
condition,
ready
to
to
In
water,
—
Have
truck.
Light
hauling.
Call
after
Inn,
Hwy
35
and
Holmdel
R<i.,
Hiiiet.
EXPERIEICED
PLUMBER
WANTB1
81a. Wjn.
92 Olds
Super M
3 p.m. 141-2110.
CALL
Hdtp. Cpe. :!,S9В». S71-1O26.
BOOKKEEPER — Part-time, for local
62 Pontlac Bonnevllle 1
542-0363
Sin.
Wtn.
IS'
ORADY
WHITE
automobile
agency.
Some
experience
FIREPLACES
A
SPECIALITY
All
63 Chevy II "Nova-100 -6
6 h.p. Evlnrude motor. Best offer. types of masonry. CHARLES HOWKR. preferred. 512-4711.
EXPERIENCED ORrLLMAN — ApplJ
62 Chevrolet Impala V8 4-Dr. Hdtp.
leaee call S42-0044.
Contractor. Call 747-447D.
n pemon. Peterson's, 183 R l v e l d
4-Dr. Hdlp.
62 Chrysler 300
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER — Ave.,
RВ«d Bank.
4-dr. Bed.
0' CABIN CRUISEH—Sleeps two. 60
Three lo five days. Apply Surray Lug63 Oldi
8>
r.p.
Gray.
Standup head.
FuJJy
gage, 125 Broad St., Bed Bank.
EMPLOYMENT
idulppid. 1895 or beat offer. 291-2528.
$1,000 TO $1,500
4" CHRIS DRAFT — Erprem cruiser
HELP WANTED-FEMALE
HELP WANTED-MALE
61 Oldi
F-SB
4-dr. Bed. •MINX." 175 h.p. Completely equipped,
69 Cadillac Slily-Two
2-Dr. Hdtp.
\<rod
condition. Asking $1500. .Invlns EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN - Pull
r
MUFFLER
INSTALLER—We want the PROGRAMMER/ANALYST
61 Ford
BunllBer VS Convertible
acht Workj, Heil Bank.
time. Closed Monday. Call STEPHEN'S i)eВЈt man available,
a g e 20 to 40, pre- ipffrlenced in H01 tape. Ramie, pio60 Oldi
88
4-Dr. Hdtp.
HAIRDRESSERS, for Interview. 787- vious experience. Oood
working condl63 Benault R-B
4-dr. Bed. >ENOUIN SAILBOAT — No (022 rac- 0655.
ng finish, trailer, dacron sal!. f600.
tolns, excellent future. Alia openlngo cedures and manufacturing.
47-3316 after 5 p.m.
for part-time. Apply in person only.
EATONTOWN DRESS
MIDAS MUFFLEIt SHOP. 450 Hwy. 35.
OPERATOR
$500 TO $1,000
15' AUXILIARY SLOOP - FULLY
Middletown.
083, 081, OSS, Sit and MS. Ont yain
rOUNO for cruising. Hull and sails In
MANUFACTURING
JJ Bulck
Electra
4-Dr. Hdtp.
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT — exp«rlence.
60 Rambler Arabaeiador 4-dr. Bed. ;oo[i condition. Call 229-1905.
Hag openings for:
Full time. Experienced. Apply In per- • GOOD SALARY
' 61 Renault Car&velle
2Topa
Single needle waist tnakeri
3' CLAYTON 8ea. SklfC 1957. 125 h.p.
son. UNCROFT EBSO, LinCrOft, N. J .
W Oldl
Super 88
2-Dr. Hdtp.
Blind stitch operator
Chrysler, shlp-to-shore radio, head, an• LIBERAL FRINOE BENEPTM
69 Volkswagen 113
2-Dr. Sedan
Examiner
iior, compasa, lines, lights. wlndBhleid
• ESTABLT8HED COMPUTER MANU
60 Ford
Falcon-J
sta. Win.'
Best Union Shop Benefits
viper, 30 gal. stainless steel tank, autoFAOTURER WITH RECORD OJ
14 Cadillac Sixty-Two
4-Dr. Std.
Pull time. Experience only,
.
MEN
natle bilge pump, on a 4-whee] boat
STEADY QROWTH.
riller. Complete, SI.600. Oall i t LesPHONE 542-3555
er's Marina, 75 First St., West KeansHOW MANY HOUR* DO YOU WANT
Apply In parion or call
UNDER $500
>urir. 787-2139.
TO WORK?
Mr. P. B. Argyrlt, JS9-110O
BKWJNQ MACHINE OPERATORS —
M Chevrolet Bel Air
4-Dr. 8ed. 5' ROWBOAT and uutboard motor, To work on ladles' and chlldrtn's We guarantee thrts dollars
55 Oldi
Sedan
2-Dr.
% h.p. Good condition, В»125. Call co at a. Single needle. Jo-Ann Coati,
S3 Packard Clipper
4-Dr. Sed. 142-1217 after 6 p.m.
3* Willow St., Red Bank. 741-9025. per hour.
S8 Chevrolet Bel-Air
4-Dr. Hdlp.
amount at houri. Makl afl
.662 — 18 H.P. EVINRUDE OUT- WOMEN WANTED — Experlenwd in Unlimited
58 Cadillac Devllle
2-Dr. Hdtp.
factory work. Apply In person, Ralph much as you wlah. Uust have car.
JOARD
MOTOR.
LIKE
NEW.
CALL
5T Cadillac Silly-Two
4-Dr. Hdtp.
Frlcdland & Broa., Locust St., Keypprt. This la not construction. Call 741-4019.
787-1992
64 Ford
Ctry. l e d .
Sta. Win.
14 Cadillac Coupe
2-Dr. Hdlp,
MAN — COMB'B ANIMAL
185 Monmouth Park Hwy.
JPECIAL — 8' Three Point hydroplane, PART—TIME SALES — Women 18 to KENNEL
HOSPITAL. Apply In peraon, Rt.. 35,
West Long Branch, N. J.
SO. 23 H,p. Erfnrurfr. |K). 14' Bar- 65. Any flexible houra. Service your Shrewsbury.
•Air Condition* lour, (45. Call 741-S4S4.
Imtnedlate .neighborhood, or near by
territory on. home route service. Over BATCH MAKER — No eiptrlence
An Equal Opportunity Employer
!4' DINGHY — J25.
400 household, chemical and cosmetic necessary. After short training: will
AUTOMOBllJl MECHANIC — Expert
CALL
products as Puller Brush lady. Average $2.50 per hour commission. AreaB receive liberal hourly rate willing to ence in Chrysler products preferred
1
avaiUbJe Keyport to Highland* along work shltts. Apply ATCO CERAMICS, Call Freehold Dodge, 462-6234.
I AB RUNABOUT _ Wheel, c a n в„ў shore.
Call 711-4760 during day. 257' Hwy 33, Keyport.
BOOKKEEPER - Capable men lor full
:over, 10 h.p. Mercury, trailer. J250. 7834 after
7 p.m.
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION MAN —time work. Good working condition*.
- H 291.9377.
Rebullder and Installer, eipsrlencs with Confidential. Freehold - Hightstown
S»4 INBOARD - OUTBOARD — 20'
all
typea
of
automatic
transmission.
urea, ifa41 replies and references lo
OPERATORS
Top wages, opportunity. Apply AAMCO,
Iberfcias, like new. Call
3EV/1NQ MACHINE OPERATORB — B09 Railroad Avt., Anbury Park. 7 « - "A.M." Box 511, Red Bank.
787-3064
Cadillac-Oldimobil*
IVorL on coztii. Shore Coat Company, — 1 . Evenings FA 2-5537.
MASON
9B2 JOHNSON 75 H.P. OUTBOARD— Incorporated, 22 Bridge Avenue, Red
•ROADWAY AT 4th LONO BRANCH )n
19' Pembo runabout. With Oator Bank (Eisner Building}.
INSURANCI>-(All kinds), and Mutual Experienced. Six day* a week. Cal
542-4789
raller and full canvas. 11700. 201-1616.
Funds.
Sales
opportunity.
Beginners
or
AVON • SELLS IT SKLF — Full or
full, part time, manageri- PART-TIME MJAJN to work In llquo:
JOHTN1NG SAILBOAT — Olser, budK, part time. -Territories open for women experienced,
al opportunities, high commissions, store and mane deliveries In Rex
iUO. Cotton sails. Trailer included. who are Interested in ha vine a good training,
Bank
area.
Must
bs over 21. Wri
office faollliles, Me. supplied.
steady income. Experience unneceisary. Call 542-1700.
SHI 741-892В«.
"A.W." Box 511, Red Bank.
Call 741-4343 or write Mrs. Margaret
N THE WATER — 22' of fast, smooth- Oulotta, Box 190. Red Bank.
U8HJCRS
fdlng In a PT-type hull, 125 h.p.
LEASE SALESMAN
Apply In person, Atlantic Theater, A
Jonlberg Ma,rine. Ideal family, fishing WAITRESSES ~ Apply Dog House Work with established truck leasing lantlc
Highlands.
,nd ski boat. {920. By appointment, Restaurant. 325 Hwy. 35,
company
in Central Jeriey area. Ivjust
all 291-26M.
.
.
MECHANIC — FOREIGN CA
MtridJetown
have experience in fleet and Individual AUTO
experience preferred. Good notary,
lean
In
(C.
Send
resume
to
Leulng,
Box
IAILBOAT J E T — By Olsen. fast. In TEACHER IN MIDDLETOWN — Of!
fringe benefits, MONMOUTH MOTOR)
xcellenc condition. J500. Daytime call Her Dr.; needs mature," capable 159. Nixon. N. J.
M2-3414.
41-6464. Alter 4 p.m. 8(2-0456.
and reliable woman, with, transporta- SUPERINTENDENT WANTED — For
tion preferred, for child care and light
TKENAOERS — IT-21 years old, 1
IHELTER SKIFF - 24' " V bottom, houaekeeping duties; during school apartment house In Long Branch area. terestВ«d in forming bund. (Drum), other
30 h.p. Lehman-Ford. Head/ sink, ice year. References required, Call В«7I- Call &42-454S.
Instruments. 787-3S87.
ox. -Sacrifice WOO. 222-7524.
5414 between 7-9 p.m. or 11. a.m. and KILN FIREMAN — Dependable -perPARTS — Counter ma
son wining to work ihlfts, Will be AUTOMOTIVE
21 PLYWOOD ROWBOAT — Excellent I p.m.
orrly. Write statint expei
condition. Good for car-top boat. $55. HOUSEKEEPER—Two or three week*. trained. Llbera.1 benefits. Apply ATCO experienced
lence and Hilary desired, Reply a wl
OERAMICS, Hwy 35, Keyport
.11 after 5 p.m. 229.0903.
be strictly confident ljd. "B.D."
Full chare*: Mve In. Recent reference.
AUTO .MECHANICS - WB have need Ml. Red Bank.
I U R O T E C ~ 15' alurnioum "Bill i o a t
-1th 40 h.p; " Evlnrade, , n e w canvas COMPANION — With driver's licenae, for rood mechanics. It you lire one and MECHANICS —Maintenance and Instal
dissatisfied
with
present
pay,
fringe
lover, self starter, battery and control. for older ]ady. Light housework, live
benefits or working conditions, coma on latloft of machinery. Machinists, mill
395 takes all. 842-1826. Call after 6
in wages to be discussed, Call
aUer down to F&H Motors, Dodge Dealer, wrlghts, electricians. Versatility di
i.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
;
Interviewing; all grades, rellabl
4:30 'p.m. 842-0093.
Eatontown. Or call H2-1117. Aik for •lied.
men who want permanent year-rounj
7' THOMPSON — 75 h p , motor Fleet
Palermo.
n ftinao to home. Ooenlnga on a
Taptaln Trailer, Navy top, excellent
HAIRDRESSER
fts. Apply ATCO CERAMICS CORP
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT — shifts.
iondilton, *10OO. 7U-6Sl'3.
Experienced, Five-day weeic. Closed Experienced, full time. Apply In per- Hwy.
y. 35. Keyport.
IAILFI8H — B25. Two pair skis pirn Mondays. Vinmar Hair Stylist, Uttle son. CAD Commuters Service Center,
BALES
— Part-time or full time. Flex
ilalom am. S30. 873 Sycamore Ave. Silver, N . J . 741-7789.
47 Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank.
itale
hours, National company has ava
Jew Shrewsbury. 741-8780.
YOUNG INTELLIGENT GIRL — To EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVER — able a horn* route i el ing and servlf
«• I R E T J A N RUNABOUT — Complete- assist rfenUst in Red Bank area; for Over 25. Start 1100 a week. 5'i days, openers. Average Income 92-40 lo y equipped. 35 h.p. -Evinrude, trailer. summer. Send resume statins qualitl- steady job. MorranvlHi Ftrrna, Mor- per hour. Car necessary. Call 741-4760
X>mplete В»95. 741-19XВ«.
cations to "AK". Box 6 u . Red Bank. gftnvlile. 601-9132.
during day. 257-7834 after 7 p.m.
SALE
IBM 1401
ELECTRONIC
ASSOCIATES, INC.
2 t FRIENDLY
Firecrackers
AUTOS FOR SALE
"BOOM"
1963 CADILLAC
, Sedan d.Ville.
White, black interior.
$2999
"BANG"
1*63 CHEVROLET
Impala 4-dr. ndan.
V-l, pow.r.
AUTOS FOR SALE
^DURING OUR
"WHAM"
1963 RAMBLER
American 2-<4r., aufo,
tram., nВ«w tires, I owntr.
$999
1963 CORVAIR
AUTOS FOR SALE
YOU CAN SAVE
ABUNDLE
$1699
"AH-H-H-H-H..."
AUTOS FOR SALE
SAVE
Monn, eutomatic.
Burgundy.
FABULOUS
REMODELING SALE!
1962 PONTIAC
Bonncvill* 4-dr. hardtop.
Ont owntr, low miUage.
$1699
"BOOM"
1962 CHEVROLET
4-dr. itdan, V-8.
Auto., black and clean,
$1199
"A-H-H-H-H"
1962 CHRYSLER
4-dr. sedan, full power.
Whita), ena ownar.
$1599
141 W . Fronl St.,
Red Hank
747-0717
PILE
OF
LOOT
DURING
THIS
BIG
SALE!
ELECTRONIC
ASSOCIATES, INC.
185 Monmouth Park Hwy.
West Long Branch, N. J.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
TO THE NEW
CIRCLE
r
CHEVROLET CO.
325 Maple Ave. 741-3)30 Red Bank
P K I V t T E TUTORING — COIJeje pBy«les, math. Staff member Phyakc, L>epl..
Unlverrty of IMInoll. I 2 : l l В» l
C0UR8 I>E FBANOAIB - Convena
tlonal French: Bpeolal clasiei, High
8obool and College levtli. Instruclor
UB Army. Hlrh School M A . Nutlvt
speaker. Call 7W-3JM.
RENT A TV
PROWN'S
32 Broad St.
Red Eanb
741-7!
UEBKS IIS up. FILES, taoiex chai
adiilng machines, typewriters, off
equipment, a l e , at bargain prices. N
or used. AAC DESK OUTLET. R
35, O l k h u n t S3I-3S90.
i Y P t h UTElta. AliDLSa mactim
\U makes new or used. Ouu&ntt
Low u I2D. Serplco's, 101 Idonmoi
•t Next to theater. 7*7-0488.
ijulaway,
Tutedo, Business
Veils,
Trousers. Opera, Topper T*4. 842-1634.
HAMMOND
ORGAN
SCREEN DOORS
OF ASBURY PARK
day, week. BAlSHORB TV.
HELP WANTED-Mftle - Femile Portable
" Church at., "' - ' • —
EARN EXTRA MONEY
DELIVER TELEPHONE BOOKS
TEMPORARY WORK
LARGEST ORGAN AND PIA
Old fashioned sturdy wood-framed with THE
aluminum wire, Sites 31x81, SB. 60; DUPLAV IN THE SHORE AREA
Hen or women with c a n or light truck* 33x81, 15.75; 37x81, S9.&5. Place a
to deliver telephone dlrВ«ctoriei in the screen door between attached garage
NEW AND USED
local Red Bank area. Please report on and house for axtra comfort
Ult our rental-purchut pita
"'rl., July 2, between the houri of 8
for J>!IHOJ . and o r x u a ,
RED BANK LUMBER
a.m.- to 5 p.m. t o ;
Corner Pearl and Wall Sts., Red Bank
PRODUCTS DISTRIBUTING.
T5M
From $12 pВ»r Month
The low overhead lumbar yard.
c/o Executive Office*.
1008 HOT. 35, MIDDLETOWN, N.J. VISIT THE HOLMDEL ANTIQUE MART Open dally til I p.m. Sat. til 8 p.
kept
red
beauty. Fully powered. S17
reasonably priced. New disUasi do not phone. Bring your Auto> JCverythinf
play a very Monday. 10-5 p.m, dally. Corner t* Main 8 t * llaltlion A
mobile Liability insurance Policy.
Ma'n St. . Holmdel Village
94fl-4<lR
PR 5-9300
BARB EMPLOYMENT AOENCi
FLOWERING SHRUBS
BEARS JIO-8AW AND MOTOR — I
Outlined Parioiinel For Quality Orders Welgela, firebuah, deutzla, purple mist, 2 h.p. Brlga^ snd Btratton s a s elnsti
310 Broad
Lor.r Branch
323-47i7
119, (wlUi reel mower, J20). 1 3 b
10 for 15. Others 3 far В«1 Ht-4733.
OE electric motor, (washlnc mach]
ACE EMPLOYMENT AGENCJ
dfi. 1-3 h.p. electric motor.
Every order * applicant our •pectamy. TREM&NUJU9 6AV1NO8 — On all typeT,
h.p. QE electric motor and ret
23 White St.
Shrawlbury
W.34M type doois ind windows, Call 56ft-&060 1-6
tlon gear, (liKe new), |20. One hei
After o p.m 284-167S
lawn rollor. » • l»" window fan,
RBAL
K9TATE
SALESMAN OF
747-1401.
SAIXSWOMAN
— For one of Mon
PAINT QUESTION
mouth County's most active offices
Call Mr. Miller, Walker k walker Se* Mr. Kebeler for ad vice on your AIR CONDITIONER — Redwood
paint problems.
He will mix a color Eleotrlc broiler. Electric frv pan.
Realtors, 671.3311.
from a : book or 1,000 colon. Save 291-0634.
•ABT-TIME WRITER — For nlrhl money — get the right product.
fork, approximately three nlthta I
THE SUN
week, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Mint live In
PROWN'S
won't bother you. Buy porch rolll
Bayihore ares have car. Writing experience required. 671-2280, from, 4 to 32 Broad Bt. . Red tfank 14M50C shades [ rom UB. Bamboo, Vudl
mahognny, wood, plastr
6 p.m. BATHING BUITB — Two-piece an Philippine,
bikini, at) iize>, regularly, *1B, now Low prices. Colorful' plajtlc nuti
on sale, S5.K. LKD&B DEESSKS, all stick cafe curtains 88c a pair.
ttzes,
$7.95, rag., J15-W,
LADIES
SHOES, 49c up, Factory Outlet, 31
MALE It FEMALE
Thfrd AVP., Long Branch. Open morn- 32 Broad St.
Red Bank
741-71
Ings 6 'til noon,
CLEAN RUGS — Like new, so
STENOS - TYPISTS
do wiui Blue Lustre. RВ«nt elect
CLOSED. MONDAY — Open unlil
p.m. Saturday. Furniture for shore a d shampooer, fl. Shore Drapery i I
CLERKS
* f country
homei. For values and quality. iiQiftery. IIJH Oct&n Ave.. flea Brit
s«« us and save. Thousand!) of sallntled
MARK V—Complete w
BUSINESS MACHINE
cuitomeri. Join and let your doll a n SHOPSMITH
and spindle. M&ffna Vi
stretch Free delivery. Monmouth Coun. lathe tools
Safety Ouarii. Sanding di
OPERATORS
ty. RUSCIL'8 Furniture, 23 E. Front Blade.
etc.
LltLle
mied.
1325. Call 747-4.
St., RUSCIL'B SYCAMORE GREENS
after 8 n,m.
No Placement FeВ« Charged LfUIe Sliver.
TEMPORARY WORK
PROWN'S
Immediate placement NOW In your owr
NO. I OAK FLOORING
ar*a. Top firms at top rates.
SALX: Beautiful, clean, bright, stock
only 20c bd.-[t. Ready for your pickup
truck. Mr. Builder or your itatlon
wagon, Mr. Homeowner.
REPEAT:
I l l Main Street
Aibury Park Only 20c per bd.-ft. for the best In
I7В«-5577
No, 1 Oalt Flooring. Minimum order
MANAGER — To run luncheonette. 300 bd.-ft. Maximum order 2000 bd.-ft.
The Low Ovchead Lumber Yard
Year 'round portion, excellent locality
and ollenlelle. Must have kncwlertin of
RED BANK LUMBER
operation and willing to work. Write
Corner Pearl anil Wall
RВ«d Bank
'A.C.". Box 511, Red Bank.
GIRL'S ENQL1SH BICYCLE RQANIST WANTED for Sunday morn. ONE
Black. Three wicker chairs with cushiftKs and Wednesday evenings. Chrifl- ions.
pen. AH In good condition.
.lan Science Society. Write Music Com- rim.it Play
IM)1 741-9119, after 4 p.m.
nlttee, В« Memorial Pky. Atlantic
Iljhlands.
DRE3SER, CHEST. BED. INNER.
— mattress, box sprint, —
FLORIST — Experienced. Steady post. SPRINO
J12B. living room-nylon foam, steptlon. • Write " B . F . " . Box H I . Red tables,
coffee-table, two lamps • J15«
Bank.
Kltchen-flve.plece Kitchen i В« . В»2J. En.
tire sroun; ВЈ28fi. Open to S. nights.
MANPOWER, INC.
SITUATIONS WANTED - Female
WILL DO IRONING — At home. Will
pick up and deliver. Priced by bun..
Call 812-1769 after 6 p t a .
RELIABLE WOMAN—Wlshu to take
•an or children In her home. Will also
braid U deilred. Call 747-2S0e.
SITUATIONS WANTED - Mile
IRWINB JT Monmouth Bt.. Rtd Bank.
KIRSCH CURTAIN RODS
Traverse or any other kind
Large Selection
Installation made at your bom*
PROWN'S
32 Broad St.
Red Bank
741-7M0
WOODBN SCREENS—Five lull Jlie,
J ' J ' M W ; two r»"x4'««", HM ea.
Two-panel door 2'8"x6's'; two-panel
door
S'4"x6'8". U ea. Four-light door
214"x6'8", В« . 54I-2825,
UNPAINTED FURNITURE
U 0 H T HAULINO AND ODD JOBS
Dick BeUljraan— "Cy"
15% O F F CA8H CARTtV DISCOUNT
711-8092.
The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
'AINTING — Interior and exterior,
RED BANK LUMBER
lawn mowing, odd jobs. Call
229-3308.
Corntr Pearl and Wall
Red Bank
$18.88
That'a right only $18.88 for a В«
Inch thick
aluminum
comblnatl
storm and screen door, complete w
all hardwarf,
framing-,
autoraa
closer itorm chain. Cash and Car
PROWN'S
32 Broad St.
Red Bank
741-7
U4O0 WORTH n F MEW KITCHEN
Cabinets. B u e and uppers. Frultw(
on Birch, over 30 lineal teet. Ft
formica tops. $400 part or ail. C
291-0110 between 8-7 p.m.
LETTING YOU IN ON A SECRE
There Is a shop opposite the Hltl
town Rug Will on the Princeton
HIirhtRtoivn Rrl. called the Hlghtsto
Carpet Mill End and Remnant Sh<
If you arc In the market [or caxpetl
of any nfze, color or texture, do
mlis this shop. Tht bargains
fantastic.
OUTDOOR DRYERS
32 line 6 ft. ea. only |9.B8. Oval plat
clo(hea-bajkets only 49c 20 t a l . plaa
trash-can with steel lock lid hand)
only $2.50. Theie are not specials, J
our regular low prices.
PRAWN'S
38 Broad Bt.
n e d Bank
J41-7!
NINE-PIECE BLOND — Birch dlnl
room suite, excellent: Frltfdalre, t
freezer, excellent runnlnc; Lawson i
Ion-covered sofa, excellent: flve-pli
chrome kitchen set, rood condition. C
071-W.-M.
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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY
A HANDY GUIDE OF BUSINESS SERVICES TO SUIT YOUR MANY NEEDS I
Asphalt Paving
Entertainment
Home Improvements
Auto Body Repair
EXPERT P J U N T T O O В»r,<I body repair. Moderate prices. MCCAHUIT
Cherrolet, Atlantic Hlthlanua. 28KITO5
Painting and Decorating
Tickets available for latest BroadH. HILL - Painter Interior an<
. way Bhows and Major Sports Events. L.
exterior. No Jobs too targe or tcH
T7I=fi~moutii S t , Red Bank.
small. Very reasonable. Call 229-1383
, ^ JUNES — Painting at
General Contractors
L. SMITH BUILDERS - Patios, alOKHErtAL ABPIIAI.T rAVINQ I N C terations, additions, garages. Call 201Blacktop driveways smd parking lotf. 17В«3 or it 1-7330.
Call for fret estimate ZB-tlO.
HOME OWNERS—Contractor, alterations, additions, painting, masonry.
Small Jobs loo. 5&1-S714.
estimate, call "Tw^oTiT^ ^ ^ BRIOHTEN YOUR HOME OR OFFICB! with a fresh coat of p&fnt OI
smartly styled wallpaper. Completi
renovations, Interiors and exteriors
Spray or brush. For tree eatlmat
call DARRI. 264-6143. • Member 0
A.I.D. Serving all New Jersey.
Insurance
Plumbing & Heating
Auto. Transmlislon
j m i J T V - S E I t V I C E - Dependsblllty
when you Injure your HOME;. AUTO,
or other lines of Insurance through
ARMSTRONG AGENCY. 741-4500.
PMIMBINO _ Heating and bathroom
remodeling.
JVAMGOj
Moving and Storage
Wo Will Be Closed Monday, July 5th
FOLLOW YOUR FRIENDS
THE DAILY EEGISTERI
RED BANK - Pirt-LimВ« cuitodlan.
Writ* atAtitij expertence and reference.,
MERCHANDISE
A.I*.". Box 5L1, Red Bank, N.J.
FOR SALE
SALES TRAINEE — Permanent career
WORK BENCH
position with our fait f rowing company
of sturdy deslfn, ilzs 20"x 71"x !
Technical iducttlon or experience or
high, regularly 117.95. Our price o
$2.99
knowledge or electrlcaj circuitry or 1В« a very low price for a quality gallon, S14.95 unassembled arid picked up.
lfctronlcn In necicsnary. LiberВ»l tmLatex wall paint, Try m l i Cook and
The Low Overhead Lumber Yard
ploye*- benttitn. Oood n w M n r rondJ of
Dunn Latex white ami you'll be
tlons. Applv 9 to 4 daily. The, Rowan amazed.
RED BANK LUMBER
avail*blL.ln 1,200 colors
Controller Co., 25 Brld^* Ave., Red for l*>i Also
than
SI
g
t
t
.
.
Frtk
delivery.
Corner Pearl and Wall
Red B t
Bank. Evenings Intervlewi call M2-3676
STAMP
COLLECTION - Mint V
PROWN'S
MANAOER WANTED — For retail
and U.N. in Scolt Album. 100 cac
dairy stor*. Appl/ In Person, 70 QuM-В» Broad It.
Reii Bank
711-750(1 ~ В»t day covers and 40 mint p \
den St., New Brunswick. Inttrvtiwtng
PIANO — Blond, modern, Baldwin blocki; also Hammankjold Invert m
9 to 11 a.m.
Acrosonlc' spinet, like new, 1600. Cansheet and covers, Call for more detal
TWO MEN — Part-time work, ov»r „ bt seen 10 a.m, - * p.m. 230-2011. Information, 747-WM.
yearn of age, & Call (or appointment.
ENTIRE HOUBIHOLD FURNISHINGS WK BUY AND BELT, mnytlUng a
- 28J Richard St.. Beltord. 787-18!!, everything, Olvt thВ« miriest prlc
;*)! William Ult Fumllure, tec. Hi
'AXICAB DRIVER. FUUJ-TIHE Alio 741-I7U.
35, Middletown. 741-3213, Opsn В«ranll
lust bВ« excellent driver ovВ»r 23. Call
'til > p.m.
White SUr Tail, UT-0TU.
•old, rented, re
Monmouth S t .
SLASHED!
-
PROWN'S
Adding Machines — Typewriter!
CAR PRICES
SITUATIONS WANTED
FINANCIAL
OBNERAL HOUSEWORK WANTED
CAV,
291-0373.
$1395
"BANG"
HELP WANTED-MAXJS
Male • Female
OUKNETKEN U X G H U n C S - Mtjor
tiiiy, July 2, 1965 —
^ t r u Jtntt cbvznlcu plant now tt>au r . t lnt«nrl«wl (or W K B H T T E M P.IFTNID COUPIJC — K m t e M >uk• nil MAINTENANCE V I U . W W O H M . •Utuu u u h e r . for Ki»ttrmm
u>0
FOR SALS
tfuxt be ovir 21 y t t . r i of AE« *n4 * c u e of ehUdren, «»J. or for wanAtA
big'a Bcfioof c r i 4 u u t . Minimum of flvt
e&ri lQdtuUU.1 txperitucc. Apply N L PRE,
HUNG
DOORS
!oml Lead Comptny. Titmlurn DlvlThey are LUAN ready with lock I _
iiВ«n, ChevLtltr AvВ«.. Bayrtrlllcj S.J
Miembltd and prt>mitrexl c u l n g i v j
AN EQUAL OPPORTtJNITT EMPLOYon* or two yourself In
R
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES it*U
raornenti.
KILL COOK — B t u k i tnd chopi.
/0xВ«/8
Must ti&vt refВ»TВ«ncea. F c r m u i t n t poil< F U I L OIL B U I I N S U FOR, SALE /tofl/8
tlon. CB.11 M2-2744 tor Appointment.
Write
itxf/
Red Bank. la stock at
LUMBERS AND PLUMBERS HELP B.A.", Box 611,
ER8 — Eiperlenced only, a t a t d ; work, FOR L D \ £ E — Quit two-bay. modern
RED BANK LUMBER
itrvlce itatlon. Rl. 35, nears Loew't
atw construction. Prione 671>59f6.
MI-MOO
Uriveln, Hazlet.
Corner Pearl and Wall Red B u t
SERVICE 8TATI0K ATTENDANT — Paid
traininr
and
torn*
(iDanclai
help.
lor e!e&n, modern nation. Good pay Mr. M m , HE tUm
TRApK IN your ord (urnltur* with
ind benefit!. CU1 2M-ICO0.
payment В«n4 c*t * a*w p i t
WATCH DIAL FACTORY down
or dining room i e t at iaii price*. V
CARPBT MECHANIC '— Fully (iperl- COMVUCTE
n i t . Writs for information, Abe liam
Left FumJture Inc., Hwy
tr.cttl. sjeidy work, benenn. O H Tir-for
Moore, RD 1 ficotsdown fid, ooshen ilddletowa 741-3213, opto ivantOKi
N.V., o r phone after i, eit-204 7131. 0 p.m.
A8H1NO MACHINE REPAIR MAN—
Wanted. Apply In peraott, Batontown TV
F Q U R - P I E C E BEDROOM BET
CHEVRON STATION
Apnlltncf Co.. 50 Hwy. 35. Eatonlown.
Solid rock mu>!e. Four-potted dou
FOR LEASE
MECHANIC — Mount Enjlljh BUl» Two bay »ldtlon located on Bt. 35, Mid-bed, very, food condition. Call 6?M3
Co., Ford Dealer, Red Bank,
WUKUTZER SPINET PIANO — P(
dletown. Full conilenment of tasoHni, able
711-toOO.
TV. Both In excellent condtU
Urei and bilterlea avullBhlr. For Call 787-4965.
Information call wetkdayi, OR
SHEET METAL WORKERS turthtr
W35O8. Evenlngi CH d-0962.
END YOUR TROUBLES
Experienced In c h u s l a t n d panel Work.
Must read В«ii<] work trom prJntt t o d OIL BURNER SERVICE BUSINEBS- Tske down the- wood pittera and ,
In elur> i I M T В»i ton Ford pick-mp plact With Aluminum guitars. N
know, layout.
truck, t i l Icinfli of tooli, KВ«tu vacuum low prlcei, you'll ntv*r bavt to
cleaner, torn* account*. |l,600. 291-0552 up gulttri a|itin. Call
LATHE OPERATOR
alter S.
tfaka own t i t u p i . (Second ihlft)
BAST KEANBBURO—Combination L-eery and confection t r y jftor*. fully 32 Broad St.
Red Bank
711-7
equlppeij, with four-room apartment SHOPSMITH — Modffl ER. ExceJl
MILLING MACHINE
tnd one-ctr f t r t i e . Needs redecorat- condition, many extras. *150, 7
t n r Exccllint buMneis potential. Gross 7723.
OPERATOR
Asking price |12.900. Trie fiiriolMust read prlntii and matte own l i t - 04,000.
no Agnnry, 2*8 Main St., Keamburf, SHRUBBERY .CLEARANCE SALE
pi. (Flret or lecond ahirtt
787-O1J3.
Priced far beltw cost. Ch&rlle'i F a
Market ft Dlscoum Garden Center, c
OOD SALARY
ne>r Summit Ave-. and Hwy M. BeHo
LIBERAL FRINGE BENEFITS
MORTGAGES
ESTABLISHED COMPUTER MANUHOBIE CUSTOM aURKBOARD
FACTURER WITH RECORD OF
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STEADY GROWTH.
747-0891
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284-0333
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LAMP BARGAINS
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No need to pay fancy prlcei for d
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INSTRUCTION
lections and sale prlcei right now,
FTIEB TOWINO
193 E . N e w m a n Springs EA..
Had Bank
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S42-2oOO
CORRISAN'S '
127 Oakland St. Red Bank
747-2701
UOHT HAULING — Furnishings, Roofing, Siding and Insulation
refrigerators. FrAsllB Items. Will haul
OLHEN CO. INC. Kooflng, Siding I
anywhere. Call 542-1403.
Insulation Installed and guarantee*
for 10 years. 775-0705, 281-0540.
Nursing Home
_ AIICO. Dupont Tedlai am
HOLMDEL NURSItlO HUME! - Ac- SIDINO
credited for skilled nursing home Alcoa. Work guaranteed.
care. Hwy. 31, Holmdel. M6-1J00
PROWN'S
Nursery Stock
AMERICAN HOLLY - Named, J1.25
Auto and Truck Rental
a pot. HOLMDEL NURSERIES.
AVIS Rent a new c a t or truck. Low Newman Springs Rd., Holmdel.
ratea. Maple Ave., Red Bank. 74T>
Odd Jobs
0301 774-0214. Dallr t a.m-10 p.m.
MASONRY - Patios, stepa, sidewalks.
HOI/SB PAINTINO, carpentry. ReaBuilding Contractor
sonable Rates. 74I-1M3 or B424370.
BUIXiDSirt — New homes, room ad*
Painting and Decorating
dltlona, banmenl and attic' rooms,
kitchens, Karats, repairs and. •Itara*
SLATE * BRYKH
Uona. Herbert- Elcenraiuch. 74I-52P'
Painting and Decorating
Insured
741433S
717 0314
Free. Estimate
Dlamondj Bought or Reatyled
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR paint,
Let us buy the matnondt you don't' toil. Also decorating, our prices art
wear or let us rastyl* them (or rou cheaper than theirs. Call Stack Paintpenmallr. ReuifUle*. M I n a t St. bC Co. for trie estimate. 741-4840.
12 Broad St.
Red Bank
T41-7SM
Rugs Cleaned-Shampooed
FLOORS CLEANBD WAXED — L
your home or office. Call 291-3ISI
appointment Work Insured.
Tel. Answering Service
LET US BE yout secretary. No l~
n> m m calls. 2t hour auwerl
service 741-4700.
Wet Watch Repair
Immediate,
expert
attention
watches dunkid In tub, pool or i
Dry watches repaired, too. ~
•ILLES'. 3« Brnad St. Red
THE DAILY REGISTER
22 — Friday, July 2,-196
WONWIOUTH
APARTMENTS
APARTMENTS
APAJtlMENTS
OOBAOTORT — Hear Tm VLmiaaJK.
Four larВ«e room*
ftrit Iloor. pp.
MEET BILL DILLOW
Vn expert on aluminum awnings, Ca:
lorti. patios, door hoods, e t c . Call Xc
ippolntmcnt a n d free estimate.
PROWN'S
Red Bank
7<l-75(
;2 Broad St.
>ALA 4TII S P E C I A L — Refrmera)
Lpiirtmcnt size, $39; seven-piece i
nidi, chrome-log kitchen dun-tie. '
33.D0; JTaple ehest-oM rawer*, JJ-*.
naple nig.it table, W.iO; gU-lirr, $19
1
a r r i a s in A-l condition, HIM. KL
5 E . Front SI.. Jteq BВ»n
ML'S
foiNG &AUIIY~XMETU':AN — n»'
j sell sofn and chair, brawn :
111) r'-'-8677.
•IANOS — Save 5100 or •>">" ott
idee on brand new nianoa. Come a
ave
Lifetime
warranty.
Tenzc
6MlSlLalifwВ»
RED BANK AREA
^
N. J.'s only apartments with
PRIVATE MARINA
PRIVATE OCEAN BEACH
CABANAXLUB
INDIVIDUAL TERRACES!
FOR SALE
HOLMDEL-KETPORT
•••,.:
Cute as a button Cape Cod, and
you'll be surprised at all the
space. Four bedrooms, Vfa baths,
full BASEMENT with recreation
room. Many closets. $16,700.
•'•,•'
,.
FOR SALE
RUSSELL M. BORUS REALTORS
600 RIVER RD.
COLTS NECK — Modem,
fumdihed ' three l a r f e rootna.
attaciied. M2-3433.
GREEN GROVE
GARDENS
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOH8ALE
FAIR HAVEN, N. J.
747-4532
Member Multiple Lilting Service
MOVING OUT OF STATE — Owner selling spacious ranch home
in like-new condition. 26' living room, diniiuj area, large modern
kitchen Four bedrooms, two baths, 26' family room, enclosed
NESTLED gently amidst clusters jalousied porch, two-car attached garage. Full basement, large
of tall trees. AIR-CONDITIONED lot with privacy. Asking $20,500.
ranch. Almost an, acre. Three
bedrooms, two baths, den. Patio. CONVERTED CARRIAGE HOUSE — Very charming and secluded
School transportation no problem. in excellent location. Five bedrooms, 3!ВЈ baths, fireplace in living
' $32,500.
room, large dining room, den, screened porch; lapge brick patio.
Must see to appreciate. Asking $39,500.
RED BANK AREA
$95 UP
i
SWIM CLUB F O R TENANTS
LuxtrlouJ oppolntmentl In every opartmenl Include color-coc\fllnoled KELVINATOR
rcfrlflerotor-freeier, ovtn ond range . • • lndlvfdually<ontrolled heat and airF R E E HEAT, COOKING GAS, H O T
WATER AND A I R CONDITIONING
conditioning . . . 116 both! - . . master TV and FM antenna syitem . , . teeimfl
recreation room plus adjll party room.
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T.V. and phons outlet*, 12 cu. ft, r e Ideally located between the Shrewsbury River ond the Alfanflc Oceon. Your own frigerator, parking a n d walk-In s t o r a g t
private marina and swim pool on the property, A few hundred feet oway Is thefacilities. Spacious r o o r a i . UrgВ« oloseti.
ocean and your own private beach. Just 10 minutes from downtown Red Bank Walk t o shopping plaza, blue*, i c h o o l i .
RUMSON — Older two-story home has five bedrooms, two full
Long Branch.
DIRECTIONS: G a r d e n State E x i t 11T
baths plus two half baths. Living room, dining room, ultra modern
3E.V F U R N I T U R E — Club chair, ba:
to 36, e a i t on 36 t o Airport S h o p p l n t
kitchen, den. All in excellent condition. Convenient to best
itooLs r u t a n d dinette stit. Call
Plaza, turn left, then two blocks to
261-3099
model a p a r t m e n t . F r o m 35, ( J . M.
schoolst both public and parochial. Asking }33,000.
Fields) to Hazlet Ave., turn left on
Middle n d . , MralRht ahead. 2M-1S46.
You must see this. Quiet, dead- RUMSON ESTATE AREA — Four bedrooms, 2& baths, den, game
Icreenn
repaired.
Broken
windв„ў
Including heat, hot water, air conditioning and off-street porklng.
ATTRACTIVE three-room
apartment,
...
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end street. Less than % mile to room, living room, dining room, lovely kitchen, two fireplaces.
|jfВ«l. O r d r r your screens new.
private nouse, p r i v a t e entrance, g a r a g e .
, .
both schools. Complete privacy, 23'x50" SWIMMING POOL. House completely AIR-CONDIN r a r F o r t Monmonth a n d heacn. No
p t . Ml N. Linden Ave., West Lonf
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exceptional grounds and shrubs. TIONED. Beautiful 1% acres. Asking $61,500.
Branch.
a Broad St.
r.fd Bank
711-750
$26,500.
IWO-WHEEL TK.ULKK — Bail hitch,
KUMSON — T h r e e r o o m i , bath, on
ao. Call alter 5.
busline, near schools, churches, shopELLEN S.
HOUSES FOR SALE
DIRECTIONS! Eoit on Rumson Rood (county Route 520) to Oceon Avenue, Seo pins. $90. Mr. Jalls.no, 229-2403.
CITCHEN CHAIllS RECOVERED—And Bright; right (south) lo Park Road, Mcnmoulh Beoch; right to Hamlllonlan o' JEATONTOWN
V
I ni-ttp 8< U a t lowest prices. Monmoulti
Monouutn
aparirnents.
dinette Co.. 116 Monmoutb St.,
COUNTRY CLUB
RUMSON — Young Colonial bi
lank. 711-8833.
'
APARTMENTS A BWIM CLUB
level on sewer line. Acre plot.
VIOVIXO MUST S E U . — VVJJhlnf rn«
•hlne SMI two cement planter pols J l
Five bedrooms. 2'^ baths. Living
\lassase-n.heit
S20. FirВ»t come-Ilr
u
room, gameroom with fireplace,
i>
UTired. 775-0112.
^ ^ SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP
Swimming in your own pnvata twun
Realtor j — Iniurors
separate dining room, kitchen
club right on the site . . . only minutes
away from ocean bathing, white sandy
with breakfast area. Many exMember of Red Bank
beaches, boating, fishing and Morunout
tras. Inspection invited. $55,000.
Shopping Center . . . one block from
Multiple Listing Service
the west Gate ot Port Monmmith . . .
inie priced right now. White doori.
'itftln walking distance of express
Vhllp jalousies. Colonial doors, I t • Private swimming pool and play area on property.
OLDE SHREWSBURY - Four PORTAUPECK — 'aree-bedroom
buses to Newark and New York City.
u t e t o h a v e your house look nlee. -bedroom ranch on acre plot, on home with l1^ baths, living room,
•"Shopping on and adjacent to property.
• ALL—Electric
kitchens
with OВЈ
range. QE refrigerator. GB AIR CONSycamore Aye. near Christ dining room, kitchen, paneled
DITIONING. Ample off-street lldsttd
HOUSES FOR SALE
!2 Broad St.
Reil Bank
741-751)
Church. Combination living-din:, 4en. Near river. $25,900.
HOUSES FOR RENT
parking areaj.
CITCHKN SINK — With cabinet!. 36"
ing
room with fireplace. Kitchen
MIDDLETOWN — Attractive aevenncli 60" lone, S10; Easy troner-mariBl! • Pine schools within walking distance.
IK-ROOM APARTMENTS
10x13. Enclosed porch. Taxes CHOICE RED BANK LOCATION
room ranch, newly decorated. Three
:'": 57 Poter* PI.. B e d Bank. 747-M42.
(ONE-BEDROOM)
large bedrooms. IV, baths living room
only $355. Excellent spot for a —Six-room Colonial in excellent
tl22 MONTH
ILL) F U R N I T U R E — Antiques, chJn, Oufitondlno fMturM Include KELVINATOR rtirlfnlor-lnear,
with large ftnrpiace, ddnlng room, kitchevtn ant: rmce,
renovator. $25,000.
-lassware a r t objects and bric-a-brac, Indlvlcfuoliy-conlrolltd h M t ond air conditioning, eolor-motched ceramic til*
condition. Fireplace, 1J4 bdths,
en, large den, attached garage, full
4H-R00M APARTMENT
minpdlata cflah for anything and every. bathroom fixtures* and bullt-tn clothes hamper.
basement with tile floor, near Nave(TWO BEDROOMS)
finished gameroom, carpeting,
RED BANK
sink River. IlvВ« minutes to Red Bank
hint;. K u s c i l ' j . J 5 E a j t F r o n t St., 741
1150 MONTH
SEA
BRIGHT
—
Modern
twohot water heat. $26,000.
Station, Immediate occupancy. $190 per
SS3.
,
MANY POSSIBILITIES
F R E E HEAT * HOT WATER
family house in the village with
month plus ulUltlea. Call M7-3033,
iALB — Victorian rockerj. ( 8 : " " • " •
10-room home on fine street, near ocean view. Each apartment con- WOODED SETTING — Lovely
Hind $0; glassware, china, etc. I l l
Keating Office on Fremliei.
HOhMUEL
— T h r e e Deriroom h o u s e ,
*la!n St.. P o r t Monrhouth. .
furnished. Oountry a r e a . Newly decor- schools and shopping. Fireplace tains two bedrooms, living room, three-bedroom ranch on threeTEL: M2-KM
; X L X ~ 4 T H IN AMERICAN TRADI
ated. JA45 p e r m o n t h . 946-4248.
in living room, oil hot water heat, kitchen and bath with separate shaded acre. Entrance foyer, livrjoN* — Pine cupboard, pine canlaJn'i
DIRECTIONS: From Red Bank. Route ItARITAN
T W P — T h r e e - b e d r o o m two porches. Ideal for large fam- entrances. Automatic gas heat. ing room with fireplace, dining
•luilis pine wiLtlistanrls. Bolld cherr;
J6 to Tlnton Ave., turn right on Tin- r a n c h , a t t a c h e d g a r a g e , $130.
(rnp-lear raWe, flaxvrhni brass Ulbl
ton Ave., approximately 1,000 ft. to ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — L u i u r y ily or has income possibilities. Dry cellar. Offered due to illness room, cheerful kitchen, paneled
a m p with marble b a t ! , lorn crystals,
Country Club Apartments and Swim lome. S23O.
Just reduced to $22,600.
; n c h e d c l a s s shade. Old Ironstone
at $18,000.
den, two baths, two-car garage.
Club.
5DWIN S. STARK, 1003 Hwy 36, Union
date* vegetable dLshes. cha-mber-pltchCentrally air conditioned. Extras.
•r and bowl sets, milk pitcher. Also
FURNISHED APAJtTMBNT — All utill- Beach, 264-0333.
ST. JAMES PARISH
:
SEA
BRIGHT
—
Ocean
front
me collection ot E a r l y Pressed Class,
lea. Residential area, call after 5 p.m., MIDDLETOWN — O60. Nine room,
Two-story home on established brick Colonial. River rights. Six Transferred owner asking $31,200.
umblpr* L-amJy conipotefl. E a r i y Amor(7-5320.
В»
house. F i v e bedrooms, two batbs, H4
ran prints, f t c RUSCIL'S Sycamore
residential
street.
Living
room,
aorea.
Dlsrrwastoer,
recreation
room.
RED BANK—button Park Apartments.
rooms," •• tiled bath, fireplace,
Rt. 35, 301 Maple Ave.
iri-ens Antiques. Sycamore Ave,, Little
OFF SHREWSBURY AVE., SHREWSBURY TWP., N . J .Branch Avenue. 3 & 3% room apart- Call CT1-5699.
dining room, kitchen (dishwasher
J i l v n . 741-8506, . .. . . . . _ ; - Corner Bergen PI.
ment. Rent-includes aU utilities except BEAUTIFUL OOI/>NIAL — Fully fur- and freezer) three bedrooms, full heated sun porch, hot water oil
electricity. Call superintendent, 7W-2685. nished. Excellent condition throughout.
iiREcfiONS:
Newnwri
Springs
Rood,
to
Shrnnbury
Avt.j
M
l
to
Borker
Ave.;
RED BANK
heat,
two-car
garage.
Only
$17,'OOL — 3J.12'. Complete with steel
basement with workshop and
l0nt 100 ft., Itwn left on Crawford St. to model apartment.
Overlooking'*' river.
TWIN QABLES — 36 Riverside Ave., Four bedrooms.
500.
Aoent: BRiTE REALTY, I N C • 2tM6«/741J<U6;McKtel Apt.l 542-0(93
occupancy. darkroom, two-car garage plus
uVfA Vree siringaJso. Call j<7-2fflq
Red Bank on rirec. 314 and b u rDock rights. Immediate
Call
or write for •
AaENCY playhouse. Beautifully landscaped
rooms unfurnished,
five-room
office. 185 per month. T H E B E E O
complete brochure
Hwy 35. Mldrlletown. 671-1000.
ENJOY YOUR PORCH
7(1.2399.
double
lot.
Best
financing
availhis suramor. Let Mr, Howtll give you
R E D BANK — T h r e e - r o o m a p a r t m e n t ,
MERCHANDISE WAMTED
APARTMENTS
able. G.I. or F.H.A. or Assumpfree estimate on enclosing your
REALTORS—INSURORS
Evenings and Sundays
parking area, good neighborhood, 10
orch n r h r e p z t w a y with n o malmenUnfurnished four-bedroom Mlddletown
ASH for old t o ; tralni, trailer В» n NEW L U X U R Y 2% ROOM APART- minute walk to business center. Adults split. Available today to December. tion, Offered at $18,500.
741-7480
nee a l u m i n u m screens.
.
No
p
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n
.
*100.
Pfcohe
7(1-538*.
Members of Red Bank
nd c u t Iran tayi mad* Ixlort u w . M E N T — Fully H r conditioned, n e u
(165 plus utilities.
11S99 В»(ur 6 p.m.
aU t r u s p o r t a U o n . 21 Leroy P l a c e , R e d F U R N I S H E D A P A R T M E N T — L a r g e
OLDE SHREWSBURY
Multiple Listing Service
1
Bank. Call 741.1063 o r 747-636*
3H rooms In adult a p a r t m e n t hoiwe
THE FAMILY WHO WANTS
2 Broari St.
Red Bank
T41-7500
COLONIAL
35 Rumson Rd.
Phone 842-3500 FOR
One check paya a l l . d l l 264В«334 until
EVERYTHING — INCLUDING CHILRealtor
R E D BANK
i r l L T R I T E CARRIAGE — Good conU p.m.
DREN—And can afford $42,750 . . .
3 Howard Ave.
New Shrewsbury Five-year old home in fine condl
.I:cm Call between 12 a n d 7:30.
This
five-bedroom
COLONIAL with 1xh
141-5098
tion. Four bedrooms,, 1% baths,
653-1163
ATLANTIC maHLAKDB
— Unfurbath*, living room with fireplace, forOpen 7 Dayi
nished tVi-roam modern aDartment In
living room, dining room, kitch50 W. Front St.
4TH OF JULY SALE
mat
dining-room,
spacious
modern
1NOBR SEWING j r A C K I N E — N
fine
section.
В«
Third
Ave.
291-9237.
RUMSON — F r a m e dwelling. Three en, full basement, attached gaK.C.
Airedales, B e a j l M ,
Boston!, Overlook Ins river. 1 rour room В»nd 1
j.l, n-itli cabinet. Best cHer. Call
OCEANPORT — Clean nine-year-old kitchen, a 15'xl6' paneled den, full baseC»lrn». C o c k e n , ChHiuanuaS| five room apartment available now. STUDIO A P A R T M E N T — Beautifully bedrooms, living room, den, aunroom rage. Extras include wall-to-wall ranch. Offering kitchen with knotty ment. Is situated on an acre ot low,
—71--M35.
Gross—ventilation.—WBIF shopping and newly furnished; p n v a t e , - 8 u l t n w « for Idtchen, bath, basement, hot water oil
low
t
a
x
area
greenery.
From
the
outJollies. E s k i m o Spitz, La'bradors"
I E N E B A L E L E C T R I C R E F R I G E R A . halen.
'garaterAvaUaMirJiilsr 15. 1865. carpeting and air conditioner. lilne cabinet!, lВ»rgВ« d l n l n l grejk J p a : s i d e r a beautiful home; from t h r - i n - Poodles, Poms, Fagn, Pekes, transportation. Bee Supt. on premises two business g e n t l e m e n ; reliable p a r - two*Bir
clom living room, three bedrooms, tile
op. — Old tinier, 8 cu. It., $20. Engine, Saint Bamards,
or call Mr. Carlln MA 2-7890.
ties. Call 7B7-051S between I a . m . . i Lease. &na>U family. Kent $160 month Low tax area. Owner transferred, batti, large paneled family room. Hoi jide, a beautiful view.
Schnauurs,
Scotties,
->
r level. 24" Royal. S3. Oil stove, 40 ,
DENNIS K. B Y R N E . Realtor, 8 W.
water baseboard heal, attached garage.
W A T E R F R O N T A P A R T M E N T S — New p.m. a n d 787-3160 between 5-9 p . m . River Rd., Rumson. S42-U50.
tr>. Hot w a t e r gas neater. 30 gallons Siamese Kittens, Wires, E t c .
asking $19,700.
STERLING THOMPSON
Many other nice leatures. Olfered at
three-room
furnished
Karden
a p a r t - U N F U R N I S H E D t h r e e rooms — S e a
wn y e a r s o l d , glaM-lined, $25 Two
В»18,600. Call now.
. AND ASSOCIATES-REALTORS
m e n t s . PaUos, a i r conditioning a n d TV. E r l s h t . P o r c h , bath, heat, water. $6J. WANTED — BuslneM couple, share
i^rts of paint, SanHlat Atkyd, %l each.
Mlddletown, N. J .
717-5600
842-9699
Weekly or monthly rates, NAUTILUS Yearly. Nice location, Call after 6. now, take over winter, modern home,
Mini roller and dish Included, $1. Hand
reaaonalbe. 2ВЈay bring own furniture.
EfltontOTTO A P A R T M E N T S . Dial 8)2-1)506.
eater. 75c. Two-ln-onВ« saw, $1-50. Six lout* 35
842-0525.
74T-O533.
Open dally till 5, S a t , Bun., 10-5.
.renches, 50c each. T w o В»crew-driverВ«,
HOUSE
HUNTING?
FOUR-ROOM
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With
BEATTY PARK A P A R T M E N T S — 3V,
Realtors, Insurers
ric each. Lawn t e m p e r . 7 5 c F l a t
Why not avail yourself of our friendh e a t supplied. Good location for a la n d . 4 ^ m o m s . P a r k i n s , laundry, an<3 YOUNG fJENTLEMBN TO SHARE 258 Newman Springs Road 98 Comanche Dr.
oceanport ly service, backed, by 30 y e a r i exi-raper. 15c. Call I 6 H 8 1 0 .
uses. *100 p e r month. 787-6163.
boat faculties.' We supply h e a t a n d LARGE, COUNTRY Home In Freehold
222-1602
perience In all branches of real
area, vrltt/ two others. Call Rlohard
OOING AWAY?
hot
water.
3!4
rooms
B
0
8
.
414
rooms
SKD F U R N I T U R E — Moving — Must
FOUR-ROOM A P A R T M E N T — With
estate? Give us a call o r drop in
after 7 p'm.. 4624539.
H28. Call 842-3567.
Boarding, bathing, grooming.
Red Bank
747-3000
HI,
bath. Modern. Call after Mix.
and let u s know your requirements.
591-0647,
B1UGG8ON K E N N E L S . 741-3310.
787-trВ»7
parking.
Extensive
listings
F U R N I S H E D — T w o rooms, utMtlM. SMALL BUNCAIXW — Only one bed
Lovely four bedroom Cape Colonial. Ample
'HRYSL.ER PTVE—TON M l londttlooei U L l i M A N N E R E D —' Riding horse SEA BRIGHT — F u r n i s h e d four r o o n u Linens, parking. Reliable adutts. N o room. Suitable for a business couple. 24 Hourj
7
Days
Garage, $17,500. Only 5800 down tor in Red Bank, Rumson and surroundCal
741-3028.
!or
sale.
Used
a
a
t
r
a
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k
lead
pony.
nth w a t e r tower.
peta. 741-2888 after 5. AU d a y weekIn
duplex
on
b
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a
c
h
.
By
two
weeks,
qualified
purchaser.
Why
rent?
Won't
3 l l 747-1132.
ends.
522-9705.
RIVERFRONT COLONIAL — Four bedCILII 842.3136 please.
last! Call today! St. James Pariah!
1188
rooms, three baths, boat house, privacy.
F U R N I S H E D A P A R T M E N T — Kltch : RUMSON — Convenient area, t h r e e Itt/erences required Immediate occu> ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — Older fourSIAMESE KITTENS, $20
Realtors
Since 1935
bedroom homВ» in excellent condition,
rooms, heat, w a t e r . N o pets. Adults.
en,
living
room,
bedroom
private
baUl
pancy, S350 ELLEN S. HAZLETON
4K-1B12.
-111 b e v e r y happy t o help you select
Realtor
81 E . Front St., Red Bank 741-0700
and entrance. Hwy 33, Mlddletpwn, one Available about J u l y 15. 1065. Lease. Realtor. West River Rd.. Rumson. B42. hill section, partial view of water.
our n e w window shades Irom dozens
Waaher. dryer, refrigerator, wall-to-wal 3 Howard Ave.
New Shrewsbury HILLTOP HrDEAWAY — I n a woodsy
mile Irom Red Bank. Couple preferred. Rent fim a mopUl. D E N N I S K. B T R N E 32QO.
f 1065 styles. Bring yoxa rollew. or TWO CALIOO K I T T E N S
carpeting. $16,990.
Realtor, 8 W. R i v e r Rd., Rumson. 842741-5098
Call 741-SH31.
CALL
area, perfect for bachelor or business
our windows m e a s u r e d , DO charge,
1160.
Open 7 D a y s
RANCH TYPE HOME — On Shrewscouple. Living room, kitchen, o n e bedHIGHLANDS — T h r e e b e d r o o m cot
room,
bath. High,
dry basement.
RENTALS
THREE—ROOM A P A R T M E N T — Over bury River. Two bedrooms, modem tage in perfect condition, completely
C O L L t E P U P S — AKC registered. Belkitchen, large living room, fireplace,
Secluded, yet a c c e s s e s to all transpor2 Prns.4 St.
Red Bank
741:790 haven, slx-weeks-old, sable and whlti LEONARDO — Newly decorated two- garage. Heat a n d g a s supplied, $80 BeauUIul view. 222-3033.
turnUhed. P r i v a t e b e a c h club. Asking
•'
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b e d r o o m a p a r t m e n t , S90. Adults pre- monthly. Call 787-7218.
O i l 671-3591.
Almost new eight-room h o m e
PIUB tation,
T.miDANlE — 12 Cu. r t .
ferred.
SUMMER BUNQALOW—
finished paneled g a m e r o o m , flagstone
ilion. SSO. Call
STUDIO A P A R T M E N T — On b a yFURNISHED
,
GBRMAJJ S H E P H E R D P U P P I E S —
patio a n d oversized g a r a g e . Ideal for
7<I*9S.
AXC refijtered. Chamrrion bloodline:
beautiful view, c e n t e r of town In Key-Four rooms. Call
Real Estate
842-1403
family living. Only a short walk t o
Rea-^nablc. Call 671-0375.
port. All utilities. Y e a r round occuLeonardo
FAN'S DEN CHAIR
AND FOOT'
Real E j l a t t
schools and i w l m club. B a r g a i n priced Hwy, 36
pancy. Adults, n o Det«. Call 284-HOS. CHOICE SUMMER RENTALS — On
Neat to Blue ft White B u s Terminal
"TOOL — Burffandy simiiflat€d leather, .KC DACHSHUND P U P P I E S — S l Hwy.
l
Realtor
In B the low. low $20'a.
38
Leonardo
or
near
river
or
ocean.
Two
t
o
seven
24-Hour Telephone-. Service
x re Merit condition.. ?60, p h o p e Ti7-6OT2, weeks old. BeautUul a n d bealty. E x c e l Next to Bins A White. Bus Terminal T H R E E BIG ROOMS — Bath. On bay,
281-1717
"CROWELL AGENCY, REALTOR
bedrooms
from
$1,200
up.
GLAZE*
lent bloodline. f76. Call M2-1W3,
beautiful view. Center of town in KeyBank Building •
Atlantic Highlands 63 Riverside Ave. Red Bank 741-4030
IERMAN ORIBNTAL — 12H8, a n d
24-Hour Telephone Service
port. ReMgerator-freezor combination BROOK R E A L ESTATE! ASSOC INC.
Member North Monmouth
Opposite Molly P i t c h e r I n n
A-n iinwn-Illled aettaef. Call Sunday, PONTf — Two-year-old m a r e . Cheatnut
atove, all utilities. Adults, no peta. Call Realtors, Runuon.- 842-1700.
Multiple Listing Service
TOMB RIVER AREA
6G-7RM.
with while spots. V e r y gentle. Call
2641405.
Three-bedroom ranch,-.newly decoratedR E D BANK — Broad s t r e e t . Unfuri.NE H . P . E . EXamlM Clitef l o t S Wbetween 6 a n d 9. M2-4746.
INCOME
PROPERTY
only 1300 down t o qualified buyer. N o
T H R E E ROOMS AND
WANTED TO RENT
ool, also bottom vacuum. One week POODLES — B l a c k m i n i a t u r e . Seven- nished, [our r o o m i . C a n 741-1229 o r UNFURNISHED
closing
coits. Monthly payment apBATH — Hot water supplied, In a quiet
Id, $05, 741-9374.
weeks oW. AKC registered. Shots. CaJl 741-1575:
. REALTOR
proximately (80. Full price $9,300.
four-temuy house. Newly painted, new F O U R - B E D R O O M HOUSE — W i t * onl
rU-2372.
.>
FJiRNISHED APARTMENT — Very duot heating system. N e w owners. yeair lease o r longer, in g e n e r a ] v l c i a • On» large building with leven-room FARMS—HOMES—INDUSTRIAL BITES
Weisgold & Krupnick, Inc.
apartment and two-storei.
HOLMDEL—COLTS NECK
INLY TWO L E F T — Beautiful H U e n s ; nice and clean. Modern Ultchen. all Adults. J65 a monlh. 787.2491. 16fTHud ity of Montnouth ' College. 462-1481.
'no early t o w a k e u p . B r i n g y o u r wln- Ix-weelcs^ld. clean, healthy, playful, private. 9i> Herbart St., Red Bank. son Ave., East Keansburs;.
MARLBORO—FREEHOLD AREAS
• 14-apartment unit, U r e a rooms each.
Brokers
"* "
WE HAVE a n overflow of bons. fide • Large property with - n l r e i h m e n t
ow shade rollers In. L e t UB p u t white
Dutch Lane Rd.. R D 1, Marlboro
.•
ua/ranteed hxn&broken. 741-9327 alter '47-1971.
2215
Hwy. 9
Lakewood
KEANSBURC — Unfurnished three prospect* looking for two or four bedP.O. Box 325. Freehold
hades on t h e m , that will keep out a)l
Hand, doing good business.
i £ D BANK — Br&ncn and U a d l i o n roomL apartment.
Just decorated. (85 per rooms. Call u s for (ast .action to have • Eight-apartment unit, three roomi
apartmi
Evenlngi 635-6HB
,ie early m o r n i n g l i g h t $1.59 ftnd Up,
R
E
D
BANK
—
Corner
Lot.
Two
apartJ], Including
Indud
utilities. 787-9649.
B E A U T I F U L C Y P R E S S DOG HOUSES Ave., spacious o n e and two-bedroom month,
your
home
Tented.
THE BERO
each.
ments. Wall-to-wall
carpet.
Ground
PROWN'S
— Sizes for a l l dogs. King's Kennels. garden apartment, starting at |110. Ap- TWO
NEAR BBACH RESORT
floor live rooms. Second floor, three
BEDROOM APARTMENT — AGENCY, RL 35, Middletown. 671-1000,
ply apt. 24, Molly Pitcher Village Court
1 Broad St.
Red Bank
741-75O0 Neir location—RL 33, 14 mile west of or
rooms. Close to railroad, stores. Miwt
Can be seen at
Available, Keansbupg. One y e a r lease, DUPONT E N G I N E E R desires threecall
Mr.
Bam
Lomaizo,
711-9115.
'reehold Traffic Circle. P h o n e 4624340.
see to appreciate. Owner's sale. *1S,BOO.
JjlrlO p e r month. Call 671-2500, M a r y bedroom o r larger home In Red Bank 199 Port Monmouth Rd,, Port Monmouth
Ol.TnoOR. FLEA MAKKET
Call after 4, 747-4724,
•itiinlay. 10 a.m, at the Red Bank AKC R E G I S T E R E D — Golden collie LONG BRANCH — Summer rentL. Pelkey, E.R. 8 N Y D E R * CO.. R E A L - area. Call Howard Johnson Motel, 671Three-bedroom ranch In SUPERIOR
CORNERS,
M I D D L E 340O, Room 29.
puppies. CoUle. c h i h u a h u a and minia- Furnished four rooms and bath, heat TORS F I V E
-otiriue Contpr, 217 W. Front St.
with brick front and attached INCOME RIVERFRONT — Three houst u r e dachshund stud s e r v i c e . Grooming and water, supplied. Ocean front, pri- TOWN..
lВ»vely four-bedroom Capt Colonial condition
es, three acren. 124 Leonard Ave.,
JO TAH-T - Twin BrlfiSs A Strnfton all breeds. 671-1862.
vate beach. Newly decoarted. 229-1553.
Garage. $17,500. Only J80O down lor garage, nestled t w u n o n g large trees. Oceanport, ?.,500 Income plus vacant
•lerity at go, cheap. Phoua
FURNISHED ROOMS
qualilied purchaser, why rent? Won1 Unbelievably prided at $17,900.
waterfront land, approximate 700' road
FURNISHED APARTMENT — Four
747-4537.
C U P P I N G AND BATHING
COMMERCIAL RENTALS
last! Call today! St. Jamea Parish!
frontage. $39,560. Call 741-2233.
all breed*. M a r g i e Schmidt, b y a p r-o o m s a n d bath, gairage. Adults. Call
E. R. SNYOER & C O .
T H R E E S I N G L E ROOMS — I n p r i after 5. 222-2847.
pointment 7CT-S6S6.
Middletown 6 c o r n e r s
671-2590 LITTLE SILVER — Three-bedroom
MANUFACTURING P1JINT — a r o u n d v a t e home. N e a r shopping a n d t r a n s MERCHANDISE WANTED
R
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BANK
M
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b
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both
Multiple
Listing
Service:
ranch. Living room with fireplace, dinfloor,
containing
6,000
so.,
ft,
for
lease,
TREE—THREE ADORABLE KTITENB
portation. 3A W a v e r l y PI., R e d Bank.
Realtor
room, small den, laundry and utilitight manufacturing. I m m e d l a t a posCALL, '
NВ«w Shrewsbury MIDDLiETOWW
—
T h r e e bed room ing
X T NOW: Trm dollar paid Jor eloctrli.
LEONARDO — N e w house, close t o s e a 3 Howard Ave.
Enter a W o r l d o f
ty. Enclosed rear porch, 1% baths. %
session. 747-11CO.
671-0138
ranch,
1%
batha,
patio
a
n
d
family
nd all pre-1910 t r a i n s and toy catalogs.
a n d y a c h t h a r b o r . 200 srj. ft., nicely
acre Principals only. 741-2840.
room,
den
o
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x
t
r
a
b
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d
r
o
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m
.
Nicely
Open
7
Days
11-3710.
25.000 8Q. F T . L.IOHT m a n u f a c t u r i n g furnished room. One o r t w o people.
ELECTRIC LUXURY
WHITK KITTENS F O R ADOPTION
landscaped lot. I m m e d i a t e possession. A FINE RUMSON HOME — Boms of
lofts for lease C a n b e leased s e p a r a t e - Large waJk-Jn closets.
CALL
Refrigerator
vE BUY AND SELL anything o! value.
Can aanume 4 ' i p e r c e n t OI m o r t g a g e . the outstanding features are an follows:
747-5218 *
ly, containing a b o u t 350O M. ft. p e rseparate bath and house entrance
iHlcft and cellars cleaned. T H E ATTIC
Convenient t o schools, shopping and a l lA family room, two1 fireplaces, 2%
Flower sarden. Free August 1. 291-9334
floor. 747-110O.
;l Third Ave., Long Branch. 229-U46.
CUTE PUPPIES
c o m m u t i n g . 29 H l c h a r d T e r r . , 741-0652. baths, a big kitchen with a dinette,
ManmouUi County, f a r n u ,
acreage
l o r n l n s s only.
FREE
F A I R HAVEN — Office s p a c e In new SINOLJL EOOMS — Clean and coma screened' porch, a deep dry cellar
and commercial property. Atany P7.200. Owner.
OALL 787-7878
Colonial building. Air conditioned. Law- fortable. Seasonable rates. Gentlemen home
and oil fired baseboard hotwater hc&t.
WANTED — H" tilt a r b o r j a w .
rВ«al good buys.
P O R T MONMOUTH — Well-kept older Vh aoree. beautifully planted land. Askyers, dentists desirable. Malfeo Agency. preferred. 92 Wallace St. 741*63S3..
239 SPRING ST.
t
Call ;•
RENCH POODLES - Toy and AKC.
home on 50x200' l o t a w a y from beach. ing $40,000. If you will see thla pretty
741-9333.
Made and female.
'
671-M2S
FURNISHED ROOM for rent in nice
Two bedroom*, nice kitchen, dining ranch style with us, we think; you'll
STUDIO
291-3144.
OFFICE - IDEAL FOR ONE MAN - house. Gentleman preferred. 37 Spring
room, living room, bath, a n d enclosed agree It's a fine home, WILLIAM H.
R e a l *orf
xN'TIQUES -< Paintings. N. J . Atlas,
Operation, one m i l e north. Red BankSt., Red Bank. 747-3506.
s t a t e s purchased and appraised. 747- COON K>a. — Black and tan, twb ONE & T W O BEDROOM
66 Wejrt Main Si.
Freehold porch. G a s heat, g a r a g e , $12,500. Low HINTELMANN (Firm) Realtors, 23
on
Hwy
35.
parking:
space,
sign
spa^e.
down p a y m e n t , s u b j e c t t o F H A a p p r o v - Ridge Rd., Rumson. 842-0600. Member
fK)3. The Hudson Shop, Inc., 611 Broad years old, female UKC registered,
ROOM
AND
BOARD
For
elderly
4S2-OM0
Call
747-4365
for
appointment
APARTMENTS
al. CHATEAU R E A L T Y , Real E s t a t e Multiple listing Service.
t., Shrewsbury.
purple ribbon breeding, a beautiful dog,
person (female). Will also accept case OAKHUR6T — L^avinff state, anxious 215 Caxr Ave., K c a n a b u r g . 787-5884.
from
priced reasonable. Soon leaving Cor
DESIRABLE R I V E R F R O N T lUlte- with special c a n . 747-3630.
to sell aeven-room split. Three bedKEANSBURG — Large two-bedroom
lUmmer. 747-4537.
On first floor In t h e Tullar Building
P A I R HAVEN — Exclusive c h a r m home with fireplace In paneled living
rooms,
two
baths,
den.
basement,
sun
APARTMENTS
Call 747-2440.
deck, carpeting, two-car garage, and Seven large rooms, paneled b a s e m e n t room. Modern kitchen and dining room.
F l a m e l e s i electric heailnf and cooking,
Five
minutea
t
o
R
e
d
Bank
Station.
REAL
ESTATE
FOR
SALE
many extras. Asking; $21,900. Call ownBEAUTIFUL BROAD ST. — A i r conHot water heating. Shaded lot Hi aulet
plenty of off istreet parking.
N e a r schools, shopping- center, river neighborhood. $12,900. The Smolko Real
er,. 222-4206.
ditioned office. 1,000 В«q. It. . to your
a n d ocean. Low 2O's. 741-6488. 747-OS32 Estate Agency, 295 Main St., KeassHOUSES FOR SALE
order. Red Bank. 747-5305.
RACE TRACK o r SUMMER
APARTMENTS
FOUR, ROOM — Oape Cod, living room
burg, N,J. 787-0123.
RENTALS
with fireplace. Me bath,
b a s e m e n t . LIKE NORTH W A R D AVE.? — U ' 8
OFFICE SPACE
TREES A N D SHADE
Furnished and Unfurnlihed
N e a r R e d Bank. $14,400. SCHANCK one of t h e prettiest spots In R u m s o n . NEED TO MOVE IN QUICK? Little
FURUSHED — T h r e e rooms, all titllt
Presently,
we've
a
fine,
m
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r
n
seven500
SQUARE
F
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Will
finish
to
Surround this three-bedroom, one-bath AGENCY, Realtor, 9 Linden PL, R e d
Silver four-bedroom Cape Cod. Two
ties supplied.
136 Shrewsbury Avt.,
room h o m e for s a l e In t h a i neighbor- baths, attached ffarage, lot 75x150 with
Reasonable Ratet
suit tenant. P r i m e Hwy. 38. location. older home, 26x12, living room, lBxlC Bank. 741-0397.
Red Bank. Gentlemen preferred.
hood. I t features a fireplace a n d three trees. House now vacant. Asking U8.90O
HIGHLANDS — Four-room apartment. RARITAJf TOWNSHIP.
dining room, located on lovely 80x250
V:, 3V4 and efficiency apartmentR
SEA BRIGHT _ Furnished apartment, heat, electric, hot water supplied. Al
C O - O P E R A T I V E lull b a t h s . T h e formal g a M e n setting ALLAIRE - FAJUaOW^AGENCY. 199
lot, fireplace In living room, m a n y TWO BEDROOM
living room, bedroom, kitchen and bath, year round. Overlooking ocean. Adults
THE KIRWAN C O M P A N Y extra* Included In t h e low gale price A P A R T M E N T — Excellent condition. is moat appealing—very p r i v a t e . Call Broad St.. Red Bank. 741-3450.
Low down p a y m e n t . $60.50 monthly, us, s e e It soon. A s k l n s $44,500. WILall utilities. H?В» monthly. 1390 Ocean only, t95 per month. 872-1912.
of 112,900.
Inoludea g a s , electric, w a t e r . Call 542- LIAM H. H1NTELMANN {FLrwi) Real- RUMSON — The Beatles wouldn't like
•787-S500
1452 a l t e r 5:30 p . m .
Cooper A v e , corner o t O r a m
_ UR-ROOM A P A R T M E N T — In twotors, 23 Ridge R d . , R u m s o n . 842-0500, tills, loo quiet, too refined. Beautiful
ii<
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BANK
—
Only
two
block!
family house. T w o bedrooma, living I F YOU A R E I N T E R E S T E D — I n a
Ave. Overlooking ocean. Long
M e m b e r Mlultlplo Listing Service.
ranch home built In fonmai gardens,
from
Broad
St.
T
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r
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r
o
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m
i
and
bath,
room, kitchen, bath. *75 p e r month plus b r a n d new m o d e r n office s p a c e , well Lovely four-bedroom, lVi b a t h h o n n LJNGROFT — 3-4-bcdroom split on
Branch.
three bedrooma, throe baths, den twofully furnished, Including o n n ^ s r ga- utilities.
a c r e . Well landscaped lot. 4% Der RUMSON — Lovely
"estate
a r e a ' car attached garage, convenient to
located in tile center of Red Bank, con- attached g a r a g e , fenced b a c k yarc half
Included: Heat, hot water, g a s
rage. No children. $9! montli. Call 7|7
dead-end s t r e e t , walking distance to cent O I mortgage. Asking $19,200. C&l h o m e planned for now a n d future. F o u r everything.
tact
u
s
for
further
Information.
T
H
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Pnlce
(44,500.
OLAZEcooklnp, master T.V., antenna,
3177 aft&r 5 p.m.
747-3340 evenings.
achoolfl, sacrifice a t $17,500.
bedrooms, expansion
feasible.
Many BROOK ASSOCIATES, INC., 45 W.
DOWSTRA AGENCY. 741-8100.
parking laundering facilities.
e x t r a s , s w i m m i n g pool, centrally a i r
FURNIBllED
— Bedroom, ttltlag room, 270 B a y Ave., Highlands
MIDDLE-TOWN HILLS — R a r e a t t r a c - conditioned. JPine schools. T r a n s p o r t a - River Rd., Rumjjon, 842-1700.
872-01011 LEASE OR SALE — 70x100. ReasonInquire Dti slip. 2-8 dally. 11-7
WEEKEND GEM
kitchen and hath. Highland*. SbO pint 984 Hwy. 36. Hazlet
284-4(40 able. Suitable a n d zoned for a n y busi- Cozy three-bed room, m a s o n r y r a n c h tive ranch, three bedrooms, b a t h and tion. C a n ' t be replaced a t J61.500. UNDER CONSTRUCTION — Three aJid
S a t u r d a y nnrt Sunday.
utUlUM. 671-2923.
powder room, fireplace In living room,
K I N O JAMES APARTMENTS - Val ness. Three big overhead doors, ample beautiful] 175x100 corner lot, this r u n full dining room, large m o d e r n kilchen, GLAZEBROOK ASSOCIATES I N C , 45four bedroom homes, ranch and twoP H O N E : 222-8773 or 222-5000.
story In Little Silver, within walking
ley Drive, R o u t . 38. Atlantic Highlands. parking a r e a Call 872-1773.
find features a. modern kitchen, t l h g a r a g e , lovely lot. Asking $22,900. ALL- W. R i v e r Rd., R u m s o n . 842-1700.
Three
miles
Irom
Bandy
Hook
s
t
a
t
distance oi railroad station. 735,000 to
bath, large living room,
aluminum
APARTMENTS
P a r k . One a n d two-bedroom units MATAWAN — Professional t h r e e room screens a n d Btorms, Just t w o blocks AIRE-FARROW AGENCY, 199 Broad WITHIN YOUR M E A N S ! Three-bed (40,000. Can be completed to your
St.,
Red
Bank.
741-3450.
room
ranch,
b
a
s
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b
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a
r
d
heat,
attached
office
(occupied
b
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dentisl
12
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a
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s
)
,
Furnished or unfurnished. Swimming
specifications. Stendftr Builders. 842-0173.
from schools, a - l condition. A s t e a l
a r a g e . On iarg;e c o r n e r lot. N e a r
pool and recreation a r e a . P a t i o o r bal- In town, ErowlnK community. Reason- $12,090.
110,900 — Furnished one family house gschools
a n d t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . Asking only FAIR HAVEN — New custom-DUiu
cony each unit. Rent from J132, in-able. Available Aug. 1. Telephone 566five rooms, bath and finished attic. 0 1
Call now 291-0900. E . R . RNY-air-room ranch. Large full basement,
cluding r e a t and hot w a t e r . S u m m e r 1738 o r P.O. Box 186. M J t l w n , N . J .
hot-air heat, low t a x e s , F i v e mlnutei ••17,500.
DEJR & CO., R e a l t o r s , 135 F i r s t Ave., near schools, shopping centers, churchseasonal rates If desired. 291-0770
from beach. 115 Grover RoatI, B a y s h o r e Atlantic
Highlands. M e m b e r s of Mut- es. Call 741-3305.
T o m i River. Call 8M-B225 after B:3( tip] e Listings.
T H E LODGE APARTMENTS - K e a n j
HOUSES FOR RENT
1&3 Hwy. 3fl
West Keancburg p.m.
.„TMrn
caisiMTAt—..
forlable. Two rooms, kitchenette
tile
TB'UBT KHiO* ' K U l O n i T O
HffKTTET a 14x24 recreation room for children
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bath, l a u n d r a m a t , pnrKint. Yea.r round. 2'/: bath?. B a s e m e n t with recreation
HOME — Three-bedroom r a n c h . Near a n d four b e d r o o m s , b a t h a n d powder On 35x100 iotj t h r e e bedrooma, living
mtmt
Red Bank. On dead-end s t r e e t . Fenced room except in this S P L I T - L E V E L ? rot>m, dining room, ltltchen and bath,
\u
? i ! ! l n c h l <1es utilities, 17 Col- room. Treed plot. Y e a r l y lease with
hot
air
heat.
Recently
redecorated. C a n
INCOME
PROPERTY
renown) option. $300. T h r e e - b e d r o o m ,
In, landscaped yard. В«17,20D. 741-7076 Living room 14x24, s e p a r a t e
i VITIB St., 787-1532.
dining be seen a t 227 P e a r l St. in Red Bank.
L c a a e S225. LAW- Choice location In Red Bank, older 10- after 5.
room, modern l a r g e kitchen, two-car Mortgage money available for further
BA/TONTOWN - Knrnuhed, two-bed- two-bath r a n c h
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eaally
adapted
for
your
room first-floor a p a r t m e n t , large lot
lovely
lot. Asking $30,500. Information contact C h a r l e s a t 128 WtBt
R E D BANK A R E A — St-ven-room aplit, g a r a g e ,
on dead-end street. Pour blocks to F o r t Willow D r . a n d P a r k e r A v e , Little needs. Priced low at $22,600. Phone custom built (or present owner. Plaster A L L A I R E
FARROW
AGENCY, 199 Bergen PI., Red Bank
LIVE WHERE
WHEP.I THE APARTMENTS ARE
now to see. 8*2-1492.
MoamouUi, t w o blocks to town. All Silver. 747-4121.
walls, fireplace, three bedrooms, bath, Broad St., Red Bank. 741-3460.
LUXURIOUSS AND
ANC THE EXTRAS AREN'T EXTRAI
tlllties supplied. A. KOZICKY, R e a l HOUSE — F i v e r o o m s , enclosed porch
garage, eoreencti porch, renced, treei IN O N E O F O U R B E S T A R E A S — RUMSON — Seven-room house in valua b l e business zone. Suitable for busi;«ta.te, HI. 35, Eatontown. M2-2223.
Sacntfice, $21,900. Call 747-1657.
l a r g e fenced yard; convenient location.
With Sewage ay a terns, four-bed rooms, n e s s or offices. $16,000. McALJSTER
V,it orrice Building
Bra BrlRh
JUKI p e r m o n t h . 2G4-8S9B.
SHREWSBURY CAFE
C O P — F o u r two-baths. Den, living room, dining AGENCY, Realtors, 100 E , R l v o r R d
room,
and
kitchen,
plus
full
b
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m
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n
t
,
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"
,
bi
bedrooma, two b a t h j , III' living room,
ATLANTIC H I G H L A N D S — H e a l for
COMMERCIAL RENTALS
- • - • a s k i n g $19,000.
• • * — Owner,
executive. P a n o r a m i c 18-mile view.
s e p a r a t e dining room, m o d e r n kitchen, F H A appraised
With
:y. 741-8700. WATERFItONT VICTORIAN Thrpe ijRdroomn, 1'4 baths, rporeatlon OATONTOWN HOME — Four bed- beautiful, lot with t r e e s . Wail-to-wal Broke:ir T h e D o w s t r a Agency.
p a n o r a m i c view oT Navesink River
room, untminlly beautiful g a r d e n - ooma, lvi baths. Low taxes. Treea, carpeting. Asking $17,900. ALLAIRE
flowers,
corner lot. 73H125. Bchools FAItROW AiOENCY, 199 B r o a d St. T H R E E BEDROOM RANCH — F a m i l y F o u r large bedrooms, two b a t h s exKrcjiuiflR 2M-175O after 5.
room and living room with fireplaces p a n d a b l e third floor, T h e r e ' s a spacious
clone, bua BDrvfce. Better residential Ktd Bank. 741-3450,
Beechwood Dr., S h r e w s b u r y . 741-4234. modern kitchen with a view ot river
BELFOR1) — R r n l wllh option t o buy. area. City Hewers, water. Firm $10,700.
Cozy two-beilroorn r a n c h , close lo trnna- Cull owner, B42-2O2S.
^
G U E S S WHAT — A five-bedroom, 14 RANCH HOME — $17,000. T h r e e bed- a n d bea«h below. 13xlfl* formal dinlnc
portatlon. Call E . R . BNYDER * c o . ,
room .with fireplace. Full b a s e m e n t
hath home with living room, dining
Renltorn. Ask for M r s . Richmond. 291- RUMSON — Older home. I n excellent room, kitchen and family r o o m would rooms, open f i r e p l a c e 28 W. Lincoln w i t h b a r . Asklne $47,000. Call for a n
ODOO.
condition, (Ive bedroomHi two full biUha, coat o n a large lot wlUi t r e e s a n d Circlfe Middfletown. Call Mr. J . Magner. appointment.
ELWOOD
AARM'
living room, dining room. d e n . large rood landscaping? I n Little Sliver 787-2709.
STRONG
AGENCY,
R e a l t o r 556
J95 t o 1175 P e r MonUi
modern kitchen,
two p o w d e r - r o o m s . Under 10 y e a r s old? With
Most modern oftlcea
extra*? LAWYERS, DOCTORS. PROFESSION- P r o s p e c t Ave., Little Silver. 743-4600.
TIUl B E R G AGENCY
Walking d i s t a n c e to school, b u s lint We'll give you a clue t( you will g i e AL M E N — Look a t this building. Main
Ju
Juat completed.
— SWART B U Y
- 35
• Mlddletown and shopping. Aaklng S33.O00. ROLSTON us a chance t o show I t to you. Clue: s t r e e t o( B e d Bank. Eight large r o o m s , SMART STYLE
WATERBURY, REALTOR, 16 W F r o n t Under 126,000. O L A Z E B R O O K ASSO- bath a n d powder room, full cellar. U you want a distinguished home, good
Avnilfshlft for
671-1000
finest construction then
St.. R e d Bank. 747-3500.
CIATES, INC., 45 W. R l v В« r K d . . Rum.' B a r n g&iiiKC. 'Top location with plenty neighborhood,
Inimedlflte occupancy.
of parking. P r i c e d a t $41,000. A L L A I R E coma s e e ' this seven-room, two-bath
R I V B n PLAZA — Two-bedroom r a n c h Bon. 842-1700,
Cenlrnl Red Sunk
ly
l fraii-.bedroom Hrimsrm Colonial. type, expansion attic. Londacaped corFAJIHOW A G E N C Y , 1W Broad St., R e d r a n c h home. Hot water heat. ColontaJ
appointments,
/til baJWm*nL
newly
Builneas Dlatrlct
ner lot. Many e x t r a s . Excellent condl- T R A N S F E R R E D — Must sell. Two Bank. 741-3450,
ALL THIS, TOOI Eat-in Htchons with custom wood csbinoti,
0
0
t 0 buy
$ M 5
m n l h
pi's u m e i " " "
'
В°
lon. N o a g e n t s . Asking «15,000. I m - atory Colonial; four b e d r o o m s , llnlshed COLTS N E C K — Modern stone t r i m
12 cu. ft. KELVINATOR refrigarator-freВ«ier. Wulk to two
nedlate o c c u p a n c y . Call 872-1308. 10 recreation room, 14x21 finished all-pur- home Vk baths, paneled rumpus room,
pose room, pallo, g a r a g e . Dishwasher.
schools, shopping, busos to Newark and, Now York.
o 12 a . m .
M O R E F O R YOUR M O N E Y — Three
Class t o all ichools, shopping. $18,500. attached garage. Vk landscaped acres, bedrooms,
, „
Realtor
H i b a t h s . O a m e r a o m ' UJQ4.
462-3433.
DIRECTIONS: North on Rt. 3S
LUXURY
3 Howard Ave.
.Vew Shrewjoury ,INCROPT — 314 years old, on wooded Call 264-3527.
Attached two-car g i r a g e . Plot 100x150
icre, beautifully ahrubbed. Kitchen with n r V E R PLAZA — , ' F o u r . b e d r o o r a Cajrt OCEANPORT — Modem ranch house, Convenient location. N e a r
PirochMI
741-.W39
r
lo
Rt.
35.
Follow
Rt.
36
toward
GARDEN APARTMENTS
stainless steel appliances, dining room, Cod. Full cellar. Call a l t e r 6.
• Central Air Conditioning
Open 7 Days
four bed roomi. On the river, prtrat* s c h o o l $20,500. I A W R B N O B 3. S O H I U
Keyport to 3rd traffic light and
Uvlni room, library, recreation" room
L I N O . R E A L T O R WIUow D r . a n d Faultdock. Call T41-U29 o r 741-1575.
• Self Service Eltvator
741-8106
with
flranlaee.
Thermop&ne
alldlnf,
e r Av,.. LltUe Bllver. 7(7-U21.
make U-turn, Come back on
• Private P a r t i n g Spac*
_ HOMJM — Two-bedroom
r l u i doom to patio, two-car atached MIDDLBTOWN — N e w l y painted, eight
Rt. 3i to 1st traffic llotil (Alimatlo oil beat. $6950 a
•OUR^-HBDROOM OAPB COD — Conjarfje. four Bedmonu, 2V, baths, con- room, four bedroom, i p i l t Centrally iutorai
• Rent Reasonable
F J n t $300 tafcw I t M3-1&23.
Iqntic St.) ond turn right to
venient
loeitlon In Old* S h r m l w r y .
enftnt
to
shop?lnff,
achooli.
Interested
located.
Low
20's.
2tt-122l.
• Impect and Compart
i c r e m e d porch, deep lot, attached, ga1
В»ir7,l-MB.
Keyport Gardenl.
BAST KEANBBURO —"Two bedroomi. R E D BANK — TwoJbedroom bungalow rage, low t u t s . Apartment bound ownw l r i t t r ^ "^A8ON. fiummer yearly and HOLMDEL — T w o story h o u s e ; t w o Living roont, with wall-to-wall carpel. l a tip-top condition. I d e a l for small er aaklng m.OOO. Let u s dhow It to
b e d r o o m j ; o n ft& a c r e s . Call after Bat-In kitchen, tile bath, aluminum family o r retired couple. September you. HALL BROS., REALTORS В»13
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY
Re
\imtnВЈi
"'В°в„ў. Open В«even dayi.
storms and screens, good steed lot. 1 occupancy. U2.&0O, 80 W. W e i U i d e W r Rfl., Fair Haven. 7*l.?6В»0.
:16 p . m . , 842-3232.
^ в„ў _ u e m n Ave., Sea Drlglit, B42-OOO4.
Near transportation and shopping- 910,- Ave.
Noon lo Dark • 264-8313
EATONTOWN — Two apartment*; four 500. 787-6802.
FOUR BEDROOM RANCH — N«w
roomi and bath each. Two-car garage,
(More Classified Ada
anchor fence, hot water heat, black VAIL H O M E S — TWO b e d r o o m s , 169.80 Shrewftbury, two baths, two-car garage,
top driveway. F H A approved. C*ll M2- monthly. All utilities txcftpt b e a t Tile b u e m e n t , acrcened patio, dlahwuher,
On Hie Next Page)
n e u ichooli, *22,50O. 229-5424.
bath, W 2-13iВ».
4939 OT 7414580.
ALERT:
• TRANSFERRED
PURCHASER
4 and S ROOMS FROM
$135
BUGS ARE COMING!
PROWN'S.
HAMILTONIAN AT MONMOUTH
OFF OCEAN AVE., MONMOUTH BEACH
HOUSES FOR SALE
PHONE:
HAZELTON
222-8120
TINTON AVE.
REDDEN AGENCY
741-9100
- * :.
West River Rd. .
APARTMENTS WITH EVERYTHING!
WHITE
COMBINATION WINDOWS
Realtor
Rumson
842-3200
Member Multiple Listing
PROWN'S
" Bui and train to Newark 140 min.) and
N.Y.C. 155 min.)
The McGOWAN AGENCY
four and five rooms from
Including Heat, Hot Water, Air-Conditioning
" HAMILTONIAN AT SHREWSBURY
JOHN L MINUGH
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
PROWN'S
ADAMS AGENCY
PETS AND LIVESTOCK
RIVERSIDE GARDENS
IN FORMAL CHARM
CANINE CHATEAU
REALTORS
MARIE COX AGENCY
OPEN MONDAY JULY 5th
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
MRS. ROBERTS
ADAMS AGENCY
PROWN'S
THOMPSON AGENCY
COLONIAL SPLIT
F. A. GEHLHAUS
F. A. GEHLHAUS
THE BROOK AGENCY
291-0488'
291-0488
,
EDNA M. NETTER
5 A.M. or b A.M.
462-4151
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
ADAMS AGENCY
SPRING LIST
CANNON POINT
VILLAGE
MERRITT R. LAMSON. INC.
$97
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
.MODEL PHONE 741-3953
STATEWIDE MANAGEMENT
687-2700
COOPER MANOR
GOOD BUY
FINLAY AGENCY
787-6600
THE KIRWAN CO.
MOVE IN NOW!
POOL OPEN!
FROM
FREE
90
WEENEY AGENCY, Realtors
842-1492
MO., NET
AIR CONDITIONING
OFFICE
SPACE
PRIVATE ENTRANCES
SWIM CLUB • PARKING
HEAT-HOT WATER
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
IDEAL
LOCATION
747-1100
251 Atlantic St., Keyport
•K\. km,, r * t
54 Broad St.
Red Bank
ADAM^AGENCY
TAKE A LOOK!
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOB SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FQR SALE
-LEGAL
NOTICE—
1
THE DAILY REGISTER
MIDDLETOWN
~ —
Friday, July 2 , 1965 — 23
'wr-btsroom CВ«pe CM. Larje jo..
W В»q. ft \'A- Large fe/nily lcitoh. StiflS&lOH COURT O F KKW
n.
Two
fulJ
bstbi,
Ove/jrlztd
gaВ«
M W D1VMWV
671-2544
-aВ«e. Asking fl7,3^.
MOKHOUTH COUNTY
BOCKKT NO. (,'2Hiei4
Open ft* a-m. to 8:30 p.m.
30 RIDGE ROAD
RUMSON, N. J.
OVER A QUARTER CENTURY
UNION BEACH
CIVIL ACTION
Three-berlroom ranch being ottered
NOTICK UV HEARING,
REALTOR1NSUROR
bВ«tow appraised valualton. Only two In the Mutter of the Application of
TO ABE YOUR HOUSE J IK
MULTIPLE LISTINGS
ears oh\. Large, jnoderif kitchen,
WILBL'it At'GL'ST MAKTiNWftT lor
counter top range ana wall oven. Full
Leave to Assume the Name of\WILTHERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR OVER 38 YEARS EXPERIENCE ENJOYABLE LIVING IN A GARDEN SETTING among fruit AS COMFORTABLE AS AN tiled bath. 50x100 lot. Terms to
BUR AURTJST LYNN.
suit your particular needs. No c
LONG BRANCH —Lydia GraTAKE NOTICE that the underai;
OLD
SHOE
Threeibedroom
SPLIT LEVEL!
Imagine!
Five bedrooms, 2В»/5 baths, large trees and shade trees with outdoor fireplace.
Ing costs. 213,500 or offer.
will apply to the Superior Court,
done,
last
year's
summer
mouth County. LAW DIVISION, on
game room, awnings, wall-to-wall carpeting, nice corner lot with two-story home with small boat storage shed. Good heating. Full Thla well-kept older home that yoi
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
can slip right ln!o anri start Jiv)nc.
2D!h
rfay
o f J u l y ] & 6 5 a t 0;.3O A - M
basement. Open porch. Double garage. $19,000.
trees and shrubs; all for only $25,900! !
festival beauty Queen, and the
located in nice residential area. Larpe Luxury homee overlookingg ocean. Must tlie forenoon, or as soon thereaftei
t
b
p
r
i
t
d
A
k
i
comfortable front porch, three bedconr.sel may lie- hearty at the "
to be appreciated. Asking House Krernold, J{ew Jerney fur a finalists of the preliminary confull *Q,000.
TOWN HOUSE! A trim, white Colonial on attractive lot. Three OWNER TRANSFERRED - A truly beautiful new four-bedroom rooms, living room, dining room, )rkwith da •k-room and
"baser
Judgment authoriilnj; WILBUR AUGUST
bedrooms, 1% baths, basement, garage, hot water heat, walking Colonial with living room, dining room, huge kitchen, beamed shop. hardwood fl
KAIUTAN
1?5'
MAKI'INKAT to assume the name of .est on Saturday will participate
,ury split levrl. Owner has rt
VII.m-R AUGl'BT LYNN. "
distance to shopping and all schools: $26,000.
ceiling, family room with brick mantle wall, 2)4 baths, full base- frontage, nicely hertsefl find
In the Fourth of July parade.
price by 51.200. Approximately
with trees. 10x7 nlayhousp. nut-ii
IVlLHfR AIT.I'ST MARTINKAT
ment and two-car garage. A "buy" at $35,400.
barbecue, two-car garage. Tie this pne needed to qualify purchaser for
erirlnian & Krumholz
According
to
Philip
Dohme,
SEYEN BEDROOMS, and only asking, $28,950! An unusual op•ayment and closing ermta. Six largi
AUitrni-yn
up lor $lR,5Ofl.
roomВ«, I 'a baths. Reasonably prlcei
591 Summit Avenue •
portunity for large family; Includes living room, dining room, kitch- PANORAMIC VIEW OF RIVER AND WOODLAND — l'/2 acres
beauty queen contest chairman,
at $17,300.
TRANSFERRED OWNER
Jersry City, J,*- J.
en, pantry, storage and utility room, screened porch, garage.
Almost new custom built home. Large sunken living room and Must sell four-bedroom custom hiiill
Jimc 25, July 2. 9. 16
I'lGM the local Order of Eagles will
family room, both with (ireplaces. Four bedrooms. Three baths home In choice area. Two baths. F o r
EDWIN S. STARK
mal dlninc room, fireplace in livlnj;
LONG, LOW RANCH! One acre. Living room, dining room, mod- Sun deck. Every room with a view. Asking $53,900.
AOTICK
iponsor a parade float to carry
mom, 10'xl5' kitchen, large gameroom 1003 Hwy 36 261 -01133
MONHdl'TII COUNTY
ern kitchen, den, three bedrooms, two baths, two-car garage. E *
1th brick har. Workshop In basement.
:he 1984 queen and beauty conNLHKOOATKS COfltT
RANCH
lent, $27,900.
747-4100
Fair Haven wo-Cftr KaraKe. 15'x3O' secluded patlr LONG, LOW RAMBLING
804 River JR
Notirf U\ (Ti'illlur* |(В» 1'renect test finalists for 1965. Eugene
with barbecue. On '^ acre lol. Cal On wide, deep ;i4 acre plot. Spucloi
for appointment, We guarantee you
ig r<x)m with rained hearth fir
ESTATE OF GRACE L. 3IOPKIN3, Eilotta is chairman of the float
MULTIPLE AND OPEN LISTINGS
won't he fllsappolmed. $26,200.
[>lnce. Separate dining room. Lir
DECKASED,
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
eat-In kitchen. Three twin size biHOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
Pursuant to the order vt DONALD committee.
ns. Tiled hath 13x20* cove mi pore
rt'NMNOHAM. SurroRate lit tlie
Attached 'twn-car curaKc. Shade Iro J.
BEACH EXCLUSIVE
County of Monmouth, thla ilny miulf,
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
.'plenty, ortcrcri at S'J:i !KH> KLWOO on
The contest is being sponsored
th?_flj)pJica!Jojj of tin? umierstenefJ,
MIDDLETOWN — Four-bedroom
FAIR HAVEN COLONIAL
A. ARMSTRONG AGENCY, Realtoi At.raiiam'
$119.00
J. Zi.gt-r, »>!»• Executor '.[
[he, estate ot Ihe said Grace L. H"p-by .the local .Aerie of Eagles
Per month and you arc the pproud owner S Prospect A v e , Little Silver.
RUMSON — Prime residential Cape Cod. Fireplace in livin
ff this
thi one
ld 'tthree-her}
h h } room
nun*, decfasTfi, rnHici: In hrri'tiy RIVITI and' will be staged under
the
old,
locale. Spacious modern custom room, separate dining room, at Large living room with fireplace ranch.
Own<
,o the creditors of aiid deceHKed to
— Waterfront lot.
aauthorized Bale at N E T C
built frame and brick split level. tached garage. Offered at 517,20 formal dining room, Ihree bed- lesi than apprniscd vjilue.
preHpnl to Hie snici Pole Executor their strict rules of the Miss World
son Intcreatert?
rt? ff-В»li
li
Realtor
clatme
under
oath
within
six
montiis
•ooms,
tiled
bath.
Powder
room
'Beauty Pageant. Mr. Dohme exLiving room and den have fireBEACH AGENCY
from this elate.
t
SHREWSBURY - Four-bedroom ull basement. Nicely landscaped
741-9030
places, dining room, game room,
plained that the winner of the
Dated: June 15th, 1 W>5
BHOKEK
l'/i-bath Colonial. Full,, dry bas
Price $26,500:
ABRAHM
J.
ZAGER
LOTS
&
ACREAGE
1(00
IU.
35
Mlddletown,
N.
J
three
bedrooms,
2V4
baths,
maid's
CUSTOM RANCH — Brick constru
summer festival
contest will
109 Obre Place
67J-3727
tlon, on Lake Front with beautif room, hot air gas, air condi ment. Hot water baseboard heal
Rhrevt'-ibury.
New
Jersey
Dally
to
8
p.m.
Sat.
*
Sun.
to
8
p.m
automatically qualify as a parWall-to-wall carpeting.^ Offered
view, lots ot trees and -landscape
ROOM TO BREATHE
EXECUTIVE SITE J
Sole Executor
ALL PAYMENTS APPIIOXIMATE AND
В«cre plus. Dock. Eight rooms. 2 tioned, two-car garage, complete- $19,700.
icipant
in
the
selection
of Miss
Messrs. Arnone and Zager
SUBJKOT TO V.A.-P.H.A. ArPROVAL. Magnificent two acre site in CnlU Nec
baiha, two fireplaces, two-car garaK ly equipped swimming pool with
treed, new, privacy, ewee
2*8 Broad Street
Inside and out. Custom four bed- COULD YOU USE FOUR BEDROOMS beautifully
New Jersey in a pageant to be
ThU fine property offtred at *68 cabana, 1'^ acres. $61,500.
Ing
corner
lot
with
hill
terrain,
JW.0C
Red B&nK. New Jersey
LINCROFT—Four-bedroom, l'/i room home on wooded acre, near AND TWO RATHS???? Let im Know to ¥70,000 homes iiirroundlng. Lowei
O00. Bee Mr. Crawford.
Attorneys
held in Long Branch July 30 and
RUMSON — Choice living area
SHREWSBURY _ ' Exceptional val
tills lovely seven room,
two bath taxea In county (five mlnutea to Be June 35, July 7, 9, 19
(21
plui low taxej. Ranch with i fin Frame residence. Three bed- bath split with family room. A water, spacious living room, din- you
31.
for only 517,900,v situated in a Labs and N. J. Garden Slato Part
tached two-car garage. Offerer. ing room, kitchen, paneled den home
place, radiant heat, threa bedroomi
choice location. It can be yours !m way). Mint he seen. Call 331-4385.
NOTICE
Any New Jersey
resident,
. tile batli, garage, trees and man rooms, two baths, spacious living at $20,500.
only
5800
rtowrc
and
J136.31
per
month
with
fireplace
opens
onto
patio.
M ON MOUTH COl'NTV
• t i t r u , wall-to-wall carpet, washe room with fireplace, den, hot
LEONARDO —. 100x150'. Choice prc
(Subject to qualification.)
single or married, between ages
_ SURROfiATE'S COURT.
Mrly._Qne_blOck-fronu_beaclu -Lconan
*dryer, two air conditioners, refrigerate
Three luxury baths. Many fine
water oil, two-car attached gaNollce I" Crpdllnm tr> |!n>В»Mii
Ave., 212-AL 5-5788. New York CU
' etc. Asking only 820,900.
.7 and 27 -is eligible to
parSTERLING THOMPSON
features. Priced right at $44,500
ClalniK ACBlnnt EMВ»!В«
nicely landscaped l'^ acre
LONG BRANCH— lOOxlDO corner ]
AND ASSOCIATES-REALTORS_ _ rage,
ESTATE OF FRANk N. KAISER. ticipate in the contest.
near
fleaauiB
Bay
Bridge,
Call
;
plot.
$39,000.
Mlidletown,
N.
J.
747-5600
DECEASED
PLUSH AND LUSH! Is this central
Pursuant to the ordrr of DONALD
air conditioned ranch beneath towerin FAIR HAVEN - Desirable cusJ.- CUNNINGHAM, Surrogaie til the
REALTOR
treea. Thla cool home Includes thn tom built frame Cape Cod. LivCOLTS NECK
County of MonmouUv tma nay mane,
big bedrooms, two full baths, flreplai
REALTOR
REAL
ESTATE
WANTED
NEW
HOMER
—
$25,900
UP
on
the application of the undersigned
In executive living room, formal dlnln ing room with fireplace, four bed102 WEST FRONT ST.
J. D. ROCHE, Jtealtor
Ma.ry G. KAlsar, Sole Executrix of the
room, eat-In kitchen, 12x16 den, sepj
169 RIVER RD. FAIR HAVEN Long Bridge
idge Rd.
Rd. Colts Neck 9946-4955
EXCHANOE I1EA!, ESTATE I
estate of the said Frnnk K. Kit,$er, ^FREEHOLD - A divorce has
rate laundry room, two-car attach) rooms, one bath, hot air gas, atMultiple
M
ltil M
Mating
ti
Service
Svic
aacd, twtice is hereby riven to the
What You Have
garage. Cool owner ulclng VII, 200 f. tached oversized garage. $17,900.
741-2240
creditors of said deceased to prffcnt been approved by Monmouth
741-9333
(or
an exceptional home. ELWOOD
CHARMING
THRBB-BEDROOM
24-HOUR SERVICE
to the salt) Sole Exocutlrx their claini
What You Want
ARMSTRONG AGBNCY, Realtor. Si
RANCH — On elevated \ acre. In 1m
under oath within six months from thli County Judge Clarkson S. Fisher ,
Call
ProspectSHREWSBURY
Ave., Little Sliver,
DEW
— 741-4500.
Seven-row
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING peccable condition, Large kitchen, "J8
date.
WALKER 1 WALKER, Realler.
ranch, two baths, full cellar, A-l co
Member of Red Bank
JJvinff-dlnlng, two baths, family room
favor of Mrs. Jane BarhaDated: June 29th. 196S
REALTOR-INSUROR
-attlon. Lot 128x212. 741-1547.
1
Broad
St.
-Shrewsbury'
7tl<>2
Gumsroom In h aienL-Jittcheri
L t t h r i
Multiple Listing Service •
- • M A R Y - a ; "HAULER
BEAUTIFUL four-bedroom home In ek- e, rrnnt and back patios. $18,
Hwy. 35 " "Mlddletown -" 671-33
gelata, 11 Edgemere Dr., Mat! West River Rd.
Rumson
133 Bultomrood Drive,
cellent condition with finished piny- Call A42.2SK.
WE
HHtiiO
—
Five
or
six,
2-3
bedroo
Phone 842-1150
Fair Haven. New Jersey awan Township,
room, iwo-car garage plus many-ex*
HOUSES FOR SALE
from
John
Sole EKectHrijt
trsa. All tin en extra large lot. Only CHOICE AREA — Low taxes; handy homes, furnlihed or un [urn lined, iro
HEY YOUNG LOVERS
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
5 to $176 per month for in com In Messrs. McCue and O'Hern,
1,100 down for qualified buyer. Full Btatlon Parkway; 11 acre horse farm B
Barbagelata, Lloyd "and Nolan
I'll to delightful three-bedroom horn
personnel.
THE
BERQ
AGENCY,
Ri
with
grand
view;
3,000
8<j.
ft.
cuslnm
60-Broad
Street,
irlce $20,550. Call now.
living room with fireplace, dining rooi
ranch home-; cottage; blB barn; bulld- 35 Mlddletown. 671-1000.
Red Bank, New Jersey
MORE LISTINGS SHOWN BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED — . and
Rds., Marlboro Township,
for
kitchen, In a private settlng.wii
IIIRS would cost more than asking
Attorney!
THE CURTIN AGENCY
WE BUY HOME8
acre lot with many trees, FIVE BED- excellent transportation and school
price. HAROLD LINDEMANN, Broker Direct from you with any problei July 2, 9. 16, 23
$27.60 extreme cruelty.
MORE LISTINGS SOLD
Realtor
ROOMS, 2V, baths, recreation roam, In priced under (20,000. Don't beilt
Eatontown.
W2-1103.
you have.
•<.
royer, living room, dining room, kltch- call Mr. Nelson now.
J3ONARDO
291-1800
The
couple
were
married
NOTICK
DON'T WAIT — CALL US NOW
:n, utility room, two-car garage, and
AGENCY, REALTOR
R.UMSON — Pour bedrooms and U MINIM UM DOWN TO QUALIFIED
MANLBY AS8OC. INC.
MONMOISTH COt!NTV.
lull basement. What more can we add? 63 CROWELL
July 16, 1938. Mr. Barbagelata
Riverside Ave. Red Bank 7U-4Q3< tiled baths. Large living room with BUYER — On thla roomy Colonial
871-5353
HUHROaATE-8
COURT
Asking J23.050 and "Leave the financing
ranch.
Convenient
to
transportation,
Opoalte Molly Pltchmr Inn
trepl8.ee, formal dining room, l&xgi
was ordered to pay $10 a week
Nollce to Creditors to Present
' MAY WE HELP YOU?
!at-ln kitchen, [ull basement, two-car nhopplns and ncliools. Features lour
Claim* AKBlnnt Eitatr
RED
BANK-RUMBON
ana mil. garaRR. Finn area. $32,500. McALISTBR bedrooma, two baths, comfortable livESTATE OF JULIUS P. NIELSEN, for support of his son, Guy, and
"STERLING THOMPSON
around, Complete listings, homes AGENCY, Realtors, 109 E. Rive* Rd., ing room separate dining room, mod Can't sell your home? We will bu; DECEASED.
to continue to provide for higher
em kitchen, psnelsd recreation room your home directly from you, Nsv
AND ASSOCIATES-REALTORS
farms, businesses Member multlpli Rumjon, 84SM8SH.
Purusant lo the order of DONALD J . education
attached
garage.
Relocated
owner
Mlddletown, N. J.
747-5600 listing service. Large private parkin;
for
his
daughter,
Surrogntt
of . the
WATERFRONT. ACRE OF LAND. anWng $ВЈ1,500. Dont hesitate to caI 1buy.commission Involved whenever v CUNNINGHAM,
lot '
County of Monmouth, this day made, Gayle.
3AKMAGE HOUSE — Near river, livBULKHEAD. Three-bedroom ranch. Llv. for appointment. ELWOOD A. ARM ;
DON'T WAIT-CALL' US NOW
on
the
application
of
the
utuiermgneri,
ing room, dining room, den, 14x14
Ing room 16x2T. Den. Dining room. Two STRONG AGENCY. Realtor. M5 Proa
RAY
STILLMAN,
Realtor
MANLEY, ASSOC. INC.
Milton W. Earle. Sole Executor o( the
Custody of the children was
kitchen, five bedrooms, 314 baths, larje
baths. Attached garage. Sea sort aJ porch. pect Ave., Little Silver 7414500 .
"Our i7th year"
6J1-53M.
f*tate A the said Jullu> P. Nielsen
dot. 139,000.
Multiple) Listing Servie*
Extras. $49,900. LAWRENCE J. SCHIL648 Hwy. 35
Shrewsbury
PICTURESQUE SETTING
deceased, notice ii hereby siven to awarded to their mother. Mr.
WE
XUUft HUMВЈ
ING, REALTOR. Willow Dp. and ParkIriree-bedroom ranch, separate dining Our 12 saleapeorl* have clients waltlti the creditors of said deceased to Pre- Barbagelata
Sit rVg. 200 In tf*
r Ave., Littte Sliver. 747-4121.
was
ordered
to
NEW SHREWBURY COLONIAL - E
room, baseboard heat, combinations!,
your listing. They need ranchei sent to the • said Sole Executor thftlr,
cellent condition. Four bedrooms, thre. OAK HILL — Mldrtletown — Dlrec brick front, corner lot, large trees. lor
Yillow P . g . i .
spill levelsTHwo stories; aSso lnveatmen claims under oath within six months pay a $500 fee t o his wife's atRealtor
itt.s. Large rooms. $27,600. 7<7-538C
, carpeted two-story Oolonlal, At- Many, many extras. Asklns only $17. property. Cai\u$ for * quick lale, Twi from this date,
Red Bank
Under, PI,
torney, Rocco R. Ravaschiere,
tached two-oar garage. Four bedrooms, 600, The K1RWAN CO.. Rftaltor. 787 office! iervinr you.
Dated: June 2i, 1986
747-0397
NEW SHREWSBURY RANCH—Excel IVi baths. Living room, fireplace, rtfiv 53<M
Red Bank. Warren W. Wilentz,
MILTON W. EARLE,
WALKUIt & WALKER
RED BANK COLONIAL - Three bed- lent condition, (our bedrooms, two [ul ing room paneled family room, kitch219
Broad
Btreet,
HAKbET
—
seven-room
spilt.
1%
Realtors
bathe,
many
extras.
Good
schools.
Mu
T
s
en. Paneled recreation room. Vi acre,
Perth Amboy, represented
the
rooms, living room with fireplace, dinJted Bank, N, J .
baths attached
tthed
MIdd!Blown Offl
baths,
e*. Corner. Cltv Shrewsbury Office
land soaped. 671-&191.
ing room both wart-tn-wa3! carpeting. be seen to be appreciated. Owner tran
Sole
Executor
defendant in
the
uncontested
671-33
sewers. Kxtra
lng J17,900,
7
787 741-52,12
iV, baUis, all new kitchen. 747-0483. (erred. 120,900. Call 542-2918.
Messrs. Arnone k Zager,
UNUSUAL- SEVEN—ROOM RANCH
case.
HEQUIRE THREE OR MOEE ACHE:
P. O. Box BO,
With beautiful fh-epiace in.,den. Ex- SPACIOUS OOKVE&TED OARRIAQE for.
residence in Hldillelown, Hftimde
Red Bank, N. J .
ceptional Colonial appointments. Three
HOUSES FOR SALE
HOUSES FOR SALE
— On ove^ an acre of tree or Colts NecK area. Write - "A.A.
Superior Court Judge
Leon
Attorneys
lovely berlroomB. 1% batha. full base- HOUSE
Box
511,
Red
Bank.'
shaded
grounds.
Immaculate
Inside
and
July
2. В», Id, -23
.
J27.60 Leonard has approved a divorce
ment. Only J24.5OO. ELWOOD A. A&M. out, 9lВЈ rooms. Large, bright, sunny
STRONG AGENCY, Realtor, 555 Proa- living room. Lovely den. Huse en- WANTED: Haw acreage (Residential]
for Eugeite V. Devincenzio, Sayre.
pect Ave., Little Silver. 741-45DO.
NOTICE
house sites. Commerica
trance foyer to center hull. Separate Apartment
Builder and developer will
NOTICE OF 8KTTt.EMENT Or
ville, from Myrna Devincenzio,
•AIR HAVEN COLONIAL — Room for 15x17' family den. Handsome kllifr-n. sues. and
erect sami on your propert:
ACCOUNT INSOLVENT E S T A T E ,
he teenagers In the den or basement Five twin Hize bedrooms. 3'/4 baths. nance
Branch,
or will purchase from you. Remain
E S T A T E O F A R U T H U R E . L E E S 73 Cedar Ave., Long
.meroam. Living room with fireplace Screened porch. Gorgeous flagstone partner
or
sell
outright.
We
ansum
DECEASED.
Dining room. Three bedrooms, l '<* patio. Privacy plus at $39,500. EL- or buy foreclosure. Commercial, home?
for desertion. TJiey were marbaths. Good value at $25 500 LAW«-• WOOD A. ARMSTRONG AGE-NCY land. etc. Principals only. Call no'
A H o r n . Full o f Valtn . . .
Notice 1B hereby given that the ac ried April 5, 1959. Mr. RavaRENCE J. SCHILLING, REALTOR.
I. Retultor. 555 Prospect Ave., Little 611 MACARTHUR DEVELOPMENT COR1 counts of the subscriber, Executor or
Wfllow Dr. and Parker Ave., LI til.le v&r. 741-4500.
the estate ol said Deceased will b< schiere represented Mr. Devi n .
7<M1В«
Stiver. 747-4121.
audited and stated by the Burrogati
IN MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP
LOTS AND ACREAGE
of the County o( Monmouth and re- cemio.
COURT
POSTPONED
HAZLBT
—
Three-bedroom,
VA
bath
COLTS NECK — Beautiful waterfron
2 - 2 STORY COLONIALS
ported (op settlement to The Mon•pHWevel. Paneled recreation room building lot with treea. $12,500 to $15.
mouth County Court, Probate Division,
LONG
BRANCH
All
com
J27.500
fenced patio, attached garage. Manj 000. Others with v-iew of water anr
on Friday, the 23rd day of July A. D.,
В«xtru. $16,900. 2G4-1O96.
BUILDER'S CLOSEOUT
surrounding countryside $11,000. AIH cases scheduled for
yesterda IMS, at 9:30 a.m., at the County Court
clearpri
iota
Rtartlns
at $5,500.
Mony quality features odd to the exceptional
HOUHP. Mnnument and Court Streets,
• IDEAL LOCATION
were
postponed
until
next
Thun
GEORGE V. ILLMENSEE, Realtor,
value of these homes. There's easy living In
Freehold. New Jersey, at which tlm
mHes from Red Bank station
day when the court room b Application will be mads for the al
modern kitchens, formal dining rooms, maParkway, close to good schools, attrac. m. 31, Colin Keck. 402-3172.
lowance of Commissions arid Counsel
SHREWSBURY — Frederick
•a neighborhood. Large four-bedroom, MAGNIFICENT 10 ACRE — Bulidln came unavailable because of t
hogany paneled dens, 2 - 2Vi ceramic tiled
fees.
a bath home with carpeted living sHe SmaH brook and attraotivo woodei
bottii. Vi acre lots,
R. Lansmann, of 221 Beechwood
Caled June Sth A. .n. 1865.
room arid dining room, 25' family, area. Pricetl at 525,000. J. D. Roche organization meeting of the-ne>
..! • • » - SOME READY FOR
room, attached e&raee and basement.
WILLIAM H. GLOVER, JR., Dr., has been elected a second
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
City Council.
Priced In the middle 20'a. Call 747-5818
884 Navesink River Road,
vice president of Smith, Barney
10% DOWN
Locunt, New Jersey.
Executor.
Co.,
92-year-old investmen:
30-YEAR MORTGAGES
HOUSES
FOR
SALE
HOUSES
FOR
SALE
Messrs.
Carey
&
Jardlne,
HOUSES
FOR
SALE
MODELS OPEN SATURDAY AND
banking firm. New York City.
Counsellors at Law,
SUNDAY NOON TO OUSK AND
U Commerce. Street,
The announcement of his elecBY APPOINTMENT
Nswark (2), N. J.
BY.THIS WEEK'SVOTE
June 11, 18, 23, July 2
J25 It tion was made by Nelson SohaeDIRECTIONS! From Red Bank take Hwy.
norm, < (allow ilgni "Mlddletown-New M o n nen, president of the firm.
NOTICE
mouth", torn right an Tlndall Rd. (near R&S
OF OUR ENTIRE STAFE
•fort) foftSworfzel Dr. ot Hloh School right
Mr. Lansmann has been with
MONMOUTH COUNTT
one mile to Eail Rd., right 7? to High. View
HUKKOQATE'S COURT
Smith, Barney since 1960, prior
Circle, left to models.
Notice to Creditors'- Ui r
Claims Against Estate
to which he was an officer in
CENTURY BIWLDING CO.
ESTAfE OF JOHANNES JACOBUS
• -•-••
Ml<090\jrf774-lВ«2
the Securities Research DepartSMIT, DECKASED.
Pursuant to the order of DONAXD ment of a New York City bank
J. CUNNINGHAM. Surrogate ot the from 1954 to 1960. He received
County of Monmouth, this day made,
on the application of the undersigned,
bachelor of business adminisLouis Entfander and John Van Straten,
the • Surviving Executors, ot the estate tration degree from Upsala ColLooking for a truly custom-built two-story colonial or a ramof the mln Johannes Jacobs Sinlt, lege East Orange, in J9M. He
deceased, notlo* Is hereby given to Uie
Thraa bidrsemi
bling ranch? We've got one o f each—the two-story ready
creditors of said deceased to present is a member of the New York
to the said Surviving Executors thelT Society of Security Analysts,
olalma under oath within six months
I'A bithi
for occupancy; the ranch nearing completion.'They're sitting
from this date.
Inc. '
Dated: June ISUl, IMS.
WВ«
o
n
proud
of
H
i
m
fresh
В«xctinlvВ»JHrfngi.
1/
you
o
n
tlnctrtly
InNlcВ« grounds
LOUIS ENOLANDER,
ttrftsttd In buying a home w t nav* one of the tartest selections of home*
side
by
side
In
exclusive
"Maple
Crest"
section
of
Colts
Neck.
40 Carleon Avenue,
In all prlct 'ranges ond ltyles In Central Monmouti County. You will find
• •
LEGAL NOTICE
Ont-ccr tjcracji <
Larchmont, New York
It a n y to buy o home through ovr acjtncy. Hire ale some of the reoiom:
JOHN VAN STRATEN,
Both have seven oversized rooms, two full baths, basements
3M,
Central
Park
West,
I.- Over J million dollars residential reol estate told w i r y y n r since 19601
NOTICE
New York, New York.
MONMOUTH COtWTY
and kitchens that defy comparison. (Cabinets are customSurviving Executors.
SintBOGATES COURT
I A compact. DYNAMIC ORGANIZATION!
Mejjn. MacFall and Fishier
Notice to Creditors to Present
4 Franklin Avenue
Claims Ajaln.t Estate
crafted in our own shop.) Call 531-0055 or 741-6898 for ap3. Personal service 1
Rldgewood. New Jersey.
ESTATE OF MARY J. HALWAS,
Attorneys.
DECEASED.
4. Jptdalliri In PHA ond VAinorisagal
June 25, July 2. 0, IB
$31.28 Pursuant to the order of DONALD
pointment—or inspect all day Saturday. Directions: Route 537
J. CUNNINGHAM, Surrogate of the
5. Ixcluilve, uo-ttwtote llttlngll
.
. •
•.
NOTICE OF riiBIJC SALE
County ot Monmouth, this day made,
to Millbroolc Lane V/A mile west of Colts Neck Inn).
TAKE NOTICE that on Wednesday, on Uie application of the undersigned.
e. True, ont-itop ihopplngl
the 7th day ot JULY, 1999, at 2 Thomas E Conlon. III. Sole Executor
o'clock In the afternoon, D.S.T., at the of the estate of the said Mary J.
premlsen of. Colorryvi Hotel Inc. (Sm- Halwas, deceased, notlcs Is hereby givWATCH FOR THE TEICHER SIGNSI
>reas Hotel), 32 Laurel Avenue, Keans- en U the creditors of said deceased
burg, New Jersey, the followins; goods to present to the said Sole Executor
Thraa ••dr««mi
1. "WEST LONG BRANCH - Spotless, three-bedroom ranch, extra large
will be exposed to sale at public auc* their claims under oath witlilll six
mqnins from this date.
lion without reserve:
living room, dining area, bright, spacious kitchen, ceramic tile both. EnTw» bithi; •'••
one Welbllt WAW 109 3 Phase W-Wa- Dated: June 3rd. 1965
|oy Itw rear concrete patio and custom-built barbecue pit. Many oltisr extra
THJMAS E. CONLON, 111
ter Valve ft • Starter
. nice features luch as one-car attached garage, with workbench, split roll
95 Southvlew Terrace North
one Star French Fryer 201 JJ099
fence, combination aluminum storm and screen windows throughout the
Big g t m i roam
Mlddletown. New Jersey
one U. S. Sllcini Machine
home. Nicely landscaped and shrubbed lot, 80x150. Asking price 111,500.
Sole Executor
20 Table Bases—Steam Table
Qualified
vet
absolutely
no
money
down
but
closing
fees.
Non
vet
$800
June 11, 18, 25, July 2
123.92
Biujnunt.
4-3'
sneed
rails
dawn. 30-year mortgage available. Owners leaving state.
1-GBS243 Cuber No. 21162 Glen1-OB5 Bin No. 32016 Qlen
IfOTICE
This sale Is held to enforce the rights
MONMOBTH COUNTY COCEI
WE KID Y O U NOT I
of United Fixture Co., a corporation,
LAW DIVISION
105 DeKnlb Avenue (formerly 45(1 State
DOCKEI NO. 15035
!. WEST LONG BRANCH - Spill level, opprox. 10 years old. Three bedstreet), Perth Amboy, New Jersey, as
Notice of Hearing
rooms, living room, dining areo, kitchen, extra largr ceramic tile both,
the Secured Party arising under a Se- In 'the matter
the Application ot
paneled recreation room In basement, wolf to-wall carpeting, two-car
curity Agreement executed by Colony James Oliver of
REALTORS AND INSURORS
Olbney, for leave to
built-in garage. Outstanding value at $19,500. Qualified vet no money*
Hotel Inc., Anthony Cappadonna and
assume the name of James O'Oibney
Helen
Cappadonna,
32
Laurel
Avenue,
down but closing fees. Non vet only 5500 down.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Keansburs, New Jersey, as the debtor, TOTake
Notice That the undersigned wll
nn flip In the Monmouth County Clerk's apply to
the Monmouth County Court
Office,
Freehold,
Now
Jersey
No.
716,
OUR NAME IS YOUR GUARANTEE I
on the 22nd day of July 1965, at ninethe Bald debtors having defaulted un- tfilrty
o'clock In the forenoon, at the
der
the
terms
of
the
Security
Instru3. OCEANPORT — Brick ranch. Absentee Army officer must reluctantly
Court Houae^ In the BumUKli ^ J-"В±eВ±-_ment.
^ r ^ ^ w ^ e r 3 e y r T < 5 f ~ a judgment ausell. Three bedrooms, living room, dining area, kitchen with gas range, full
UNI
thorizing him to assume the nami of
ceramic tile bath, one-car attached garage with enclosed laloiisled breezeFive btdrsemi
OLLEN, President
James O'Oibney.
way. Combination aluminum storm and screen windows and doors throughJuno 25, J u l y 2
$17.0:
JAMES OLIVER CUBNEY
out house. Near scrMOrs, bus Ifrte and shopping. Asking price of $16,900
Four ffraplicti
AbramoW & Apy
makes 'on exceptionally good buy. Qualified vet no down payment—Non vef
lEAUTIFUL SETTING WITH TREES
NOTICK
Attorneys for Applicant
only S70O down. 30-year mortgage.
=i
NOTICE I S H E R E B Y GIVEN t h a
195 Broad Street
Lovely grounds
— CfRfril[y air-c5nJ:riored, iniid« — Tall
Wonderful chance to awn this three-bedloaJed bids
for L a n d s c a p e
Screr
Red Bank. Now Jersey
lhade treii out! Foyer, firepltct, I2'xl2'
PlanUrig, Contract Xo. 1. F e d e r a l ProJ June 25. July 2, В», 16
S22.0S
room ranch in choice'area, at below cost.
'
• > "
IUR CUSTOMERS T E L L THEIR PRIENDS I
eet No. F-000 B ( I t , Morce r Mid
dining room, «»t-in kitchen with dishwasher,
Spacious living room with fireplace, large
dle.te*. Jfonmouth a n d Union Counties
NOTICE
three, bedroomi, (maiter 17"x13*1. two bathi,
*•• LITTLE SILVER — Overslied Cape Cod with brick front. Living room,
dining, room, eat-in kitchen, t '/i baths and
will be received by the State High
TAKE NOTICE that application has
way C o m m i s s i o n e r in the Cafcterln
dining room, two large bedrooms, spacious kitchen and ceramic tile bath
family room, Iwo-car garage. '/> wooded
garage.' Owner must sell this month. Priced
State Highway Office Building, 103 been made to the Mayor and Council
and laundry room on first floor. Second floor has two finished bedrooms,
acre with a graat doal of privacy, yat conat a low. low $22,900. Call 671.3311 imP a r k w a y Avonua, Trenton, New J e r ot the Borough or West Long Branch
both and open sundeck. One-car attached garage. Many other nice features.
venient to tveryrhing. $31,100.
ley, on T H U R S D A Y . J U L Y 22, 1085 lo transfer to Donato, Russo Entermediately.
.
Inspect this desirable listing. A good buy al reduced price" of $11,900.
at W;0Q A. Jr. E A S T E R N DAYLZttHI prises, Inc. trading as Joseph's ResBELOW APPRAFSAL
SAVING T I M E . T h e reading of HCCPPI taurant, Monmouth Road, West Long
able hid a will t a k e place Immediately Branch, N, J. the Plenary Retail ConCantral air-conditioning! Entrancs foyer,
THIS SPACIOUS HOME
GO JUMP I N T H E POOL I
thereafter. Bids will be accepted onl> sumption License ВЈ2 heretofore Issued
large living ancl dining rooms, eat-In kitchen
lrom bid tiers prequalifled In accord to Joseph's Restaurant, Inc. Monmouth
Will
pleaie
the
whole
family.
Formal
dining
5. ELBERON — Four-bedroom Cape Cod. living room, dlnlno room,
with wall oven, diihwasher, refrigerator.
ance with K. h. 52:35. The rleht Is re Road,West Long Branch, N. J.
Objections, If any, should be made
tffchen, bath, IVj-oar oarage, aluminum storm and screen windows and
room. Three bedroom!, family room, large
lerveri lo reject a n y o r ail bids.
Three
twin
sixa
bedrooms,
24'
family
room,
doors, refrigerator, two-zone automatic heat, plus above ground pool with
Proposei E u a m n t e e and other hid Immediately in writing to J. RUBBOH
utility
room,
I
Vi
baths,
two-car
garage,
in
baiement. Large beautiful lot with traes.
filter, ladder, etc. Be our guest and go swimming while you see the house.
ng requirements a r e stated In tin Woolley, Clerk ot the Borough of West
attractive Matawan. $21,000.
Reduced price of $18,(00 warrants your Immediate Inspection of this dentnndard ami s u p p l e m o n t a r y Hpecltlca- Long Branch, N. J.
Immediat* poneision. Below appraisal —
OFFICERS dinned)
lightful dwelling. Owner relocating out of stale.
tlopa fiir the project. Bid, coniract nr.d
Thrta btdroomi .
$29,900.
J. DONATO. Jr., President
bond forms, [tlans and specif leal Inns
LOVELY TREED LOT!
Locust Point Krt., Locust. N. 3.
nrmy be In.ipecicd o r ohUined nt RofВ»m
LITTLE
SILVER
GENTA, vice President
Two baths
2S. Stfltn Highway OrfjCe Building, 10^S
HOW CAN Y O U GO WRONG?
See this charming home today! TLVSB bed•1 Chelton Avenue,
^ a r k w a y Avenue, Trenton, New J e r
Four bedroomi, two baths, fireplace in liv}ns Branch, N. J.
ey, .during oflire hours. Copies thererooms, sunken living room, formal dining
Large family room
ing room, large beamed ceiling in dining
6. PORTAUPECK — Overslied, cuslom-bullf. Cope Cod. Living room,
..
RUSSO, Secretary. Treasurer
of will he furnished upon application
room, family room, 2'/i baths, many В«xtras.
with stone, woodbumlng fireplace, modern kitchen, t|le both, two bedi MDnmouth Ter., Deal, N. J.
room, modern kitchen. Beautiful tree shaded
and p a y m e n t or s t a n d a r d fees. T h e
l 2
.
111.8a
Fully i i r eondftlontd
rooms, extra large den, on first floor. Expansion attic. One-car garage.
Priced at $26,600. Cal! 671-3311 N O W !
work Is to be c o m p l e t e d In 40 working
sireef, convenient to everything. Only $22,Many other lovely features. Must really be seen to be appreciated. $18,500.
days.
NOTICE
S00!
Qualified vtl na money down, Non vet only $800 down.
EKtlmaled q u a n t i t i e s of the prlnclpa
iMOlITH
COUNTY
MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOME
work Items l i r e : Planling of 1148 t r e e
RUMSON GENTLEMAN'S ESTATE
SURROGATE'S COURT
and 2fio В»hn.ihii o( various tyneB a m
Nollee lo Creditors, to Present
Gracious Southern Colonial on 2.5 acres of
Consisting of four bedrooms, dining room,
ilzea, •
AUTHORI2ED..VA MANAGEMENT BROKERS
Claims Acalnil Estate
STATE HIGHWAY D E P A R T M E N T
stately frees, green towns, and privacy.
large eat-in kitchen, recreation room, two
ESTATE OP nOnoTHY DRYDEN
As authorized VA management and soles brokers in the Monmauth County
[uly 2, 8, 15
$2T.fiO BAKER DECEASED.
Light, airy charm exudes from the wide
baths, basement, two-car garage, on large
area, we have several choice VA listings for sale. Low < prices! 30 years
Pursuant to the order ot DONALD
center halls to the large inviting* dining room
landscaped grounds. 5'A'/* interest mortto pay! Government financing! Vets or Non Vetsl No down payment on
J. CUNNINGHAM, Surrogate of lhВ«
REAL ESTATE WANTED
some houses I Low down payments on othersl
and cheery heated sun room. Four very spagage available. Fast occupancy and closing
County of Munmoutri, this day made,
on
the application of the undersigned,
cious bedroomi, 3'/i baths, and maid's
of title. Just listed! See it first! Call now!
Newcombe C. Baker, Jr., Actlnf. Exquartan. Unusual at $85,000.
Listed for only $23,500.
ecutor of the estate of the said Dor*
WE NEED YOUR
othy Dryden Baiter, deceased, notice
' ppljcbrooic Agency;
ireby given to the creditor! of
HOUSE TO SELL
said deceased to present to tha laid
Acting Exacutor their claims under
- Independent- Listing Brolers
oath within six months from this date.
950 HWY. 35
MIDDLETOWN
Dated: June Ith, 11W5
Specialists sines I94B in: Real Eh ate
NEWCOMBE C. RAKER, JR.
76 Buena Vista Avenue' '
471-2300
Properly Minigamant - Mortgages
Rurrtson, New Jersey
pplebrook Agency
Sluart A Young,Jr.. Esq.
2В«7 OCEANPORT AVE.
542-3500
OCEANPORT
7(4 Broad Street
9S0 H W y . 35 MIDDLETOWN
Newark, New Jersey
471-2300
Attorney *•
JUHSJ 11, u . 35, July > tH-tt
JOSEPH G. McCUE, REALTOR
RAY VAN HORN REALTORS
PAUL P. BOVA
Beauty Contest
Float in Parade
842-0444
CHAS. H. TINDALL
WEART - NEMETH
AGENCY
A. FRED MAFFEO
Grant Divorces
DENNIS K. BYRNE
MLS
Thru The Red Bank Araa
SCHANCK AGENCY
HIGH VIEW ESTATES
Lansman Elected
VP of Smith, Barney
Your Choice; $32,500
—Colts Neck—
Applebrook
Ranch
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
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ASKING $22,900
Lfncroft
Split;
ASKING $22,500
Colonial
By Birth
SHREWSBURY OFFICE
MIDDLETOWN OFFICE
741-5212
ASKING $27,700
Ranch
With Extras
ASKING $36,000.
SAMUEL TEICHER AGENCY
2068 HIGHWAY 35
661 BROAD ST.
SHREWSBURY
MIDDLETOWN
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24 — Friday, July 2, 1965-' THE DAILY REGISTER
—-LEGAL
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING OF THE TOVTN8HIP OF MIDI>LETOWK, IN THE
COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, NEW
JERSEY, ON TUESDAY, J1XY 13.
(1963
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tn Ui
lВ«gai voters of the School District <
tha Township ot Middietown, in in
County of Monmouth, New Jersey, tha
a Special Meeting or the legal voter
ot said School District wJВ» be held 01
Tuesday, the 'lSLIi 'lay oC July, ].*>?>
at 3:00 o'clock P. M., Eastern DayMgh
Saving Time.
The polls will remain open until B:m
o'clock P. M., Eastern Daylight ftav
Ing Time or as much longer- as ma
be necessarv to enahle all Uie l<*isa
voters ihen present to cast their baJ
lots.
The meeting will be held and all t-h
legal voters of tht> School -District wt
vote at the respective polling place
•taied below.
M Uie sairi meeting, Uie ..foil ing
proposals will tie submiled:
Robert S. Allen, Paul Scott: Inside Washington
|$8.7 Million
Railroad Grants
Are Approved
Goldwater Embraces 2 Groups
WASHINGTON — Former Sen Rep. Melvin Laird, Wis., chair- all elements to make impressive
Barry Goldwater is riding two man of the House GOP Policy gains in next year's crucial conentries' in the cavalcade of Committee; Sen. George Murphy gressional and state elections.
TRENTON (AP)—The federa
ACU directors include four
splinter organizations springing (R-Calif;) Sen. Peter Dominict
government Thursday approved
up within the Republican party. (R-Colo) and Ronald Reagan original Goldwater backers —
an $8.7 million plan to improve
While National Chairman Ray movie star and prominent pros- Chairman Bruce, Rep. John Ashcommuter rail connections be
Bliss and other party chiefs are pect for governor of, California. brook, Ohio, former Texas Slate
tween north Jersey and New
sharply deploring this disquieting GOING CONCERV-The Ameri Chairman Peter O'Donnell, and
York City.
fragmentation, the 1964 presi- can Conservative Union alreadj William Rusher, publisher of the
It provides $3.6 million to imdential candidate is now on rec- has 7,000 members and $170,00 National Review. Also former
prove service on the Jersey Cenord as heartily favoring two in its treasury, with another $500,- Rep. Katherine St. George (N.Y.),
tral Railroad and $5.1 million
John Davenport, associate editor
splinter elements.
(or the Port Authority Trans
000 pledged^ Of the cash in hand,
In addition to being honorary more than $35,000 came from of Fortune magazine; Prof. SteHudson (PATH) Corporation for
fan Possony, director, Hoover fc\'
chairman of the Free Society small contributors.
transfer of New York bound
stitute of Peace, War and Rev.*
Association, at whose recent
passengers into Manhattan. The
RESOLVED tliat the Board of E
The
ACU
office
In
Washingto
lution,
Stanford University.
7
Cation'or the Townahlp of MiddleW
widely-publicized launching he
in the County ol ilontnouth. la here PATH grant will be used largely
is fully staffed and going full
presided, Goldwater also has
by authorized:
for purchase of new equipment
STORMY
PETREL
—
Charles
blast. Immediate principal activ
la i To cancel And rescind the su
given his blessing to the latelythoiization (or the expenditure ot J30D, to tie in with the new commuter
ity is vigorous support of thi Lichenstein, research director of
•000 which was cnnlmneil in paragraph rail lines.
formed American Conservative
PAST
PRESIDENTS
HONORED
—
J
.
Russell
Woolley,
second
from
right,
Monmouth
fight against the Johnson Admin the Republican National Commit(2l of the proposal heretofore approve.
Union, headed by former Rep
fry the !<•««) voters of l))p School Di.«
The grant was approved by County clerk, presents a gift to Franklin V. Emmons, a past president r of Marlboro
istratioh's bill to repeal Sectioi tee during the Goldwater period,
trim at the school election on Decem
Donald Bruce (Ind.)
lier 3 19G:i, which authorized the iВ»au- the Federal Housing and Home
14(b)—empowering states to en has been named to a similar role
mnce ol $(,2O0.0*Xi honds, said authoriTownship Republican Club. Also honored as past presidents' Wednesday night wero
The Arizonan bestowed this enact right-to-work laws. Ammun in the Goldwater-sponsored Free
zation lor the t>xpen<iinire ot ВЈ100,000 Finance Agency under the FedIn said paragraph (2) having been lor eral Ivlass Transit Act.
Paul E. Chester, left, and Millard Lamberson. Looking on is Lawrence C . Youngman, dorsement in a letter that ACU tion prepared by Prof. Sylveste: Society Association — headed by
DIP construction of a new vocational
directors plan to publish at their
•chool on the MlftdJetown Township The Jersey Central grant is
Petro, New York University La Denison Kitchet, the Arizonan's
right, the current club president.
y
Hich School lite situated on the east
meeting here later this month.
•Ida r>f TJndall Road and, the North tied in to the so-called Aldene
School, is being made availabl< campaign manager.
Among Republican
insiders
В»l(1c of Swarlzel Drive in the Schoo
to opponents, regardless of party
Lichenstein, one-time Central
District, consisting or nix IB) class Plan reroutirig the Jersey Cen
Academy,
are
starting
a
summei
Goldwater's
embracing
of
these
rooma and other auxiliary rooms, pur
camp Monday.
While no. decision has bee Intelligence Agency analyst, was
chase of school furniture and otin*t ral's trains over lhe tracks of
two
separate
groups
is*
viewed
•qiilpment necessary therefor and to the Lehigh Valley Railroad at
Margaret J . Hawkins received as motivated by the desire to made on the New York mayora one of Goldwater's closest and
Improve said plot ot land;
Cranford and then into Penn
approval for a minor subdivision maintain the status of foremost ty candidacy of liberal Republ most controversial campaign adtb) To construct an addition ._
former High School gituated on the Station, Newark.
of two acres from a tract of
conservative exponent in the can Rep. John Lindsay, ACU in- visers. He was repeatedly under
southeast corner of Leonardvllle Road
siders are betting their organi fire in inner party councils duri
acres west of Rt. 0 and south o] party.
This would permit a cross
and KosEord Avenue,- Leonardo, in the
School District, consisting ot a gymthe stormy 1964 presidential b
Robertsville Rd.
However, while Conservative zation will declare against him
nasium, shower room, arts and craits platform transfer of New York
tie.
MARLBORO — The Planning The township's finance direc
room a fid oUier rooms, purchase oi bound passengers to a PennsylMaking Comparison
Union leaders welcomed his still- What stand will be taken or
•choul furniture and othfsr equipment
Board engineer Leon Avakian unannounced approval, they are William Buckley Jr., conservative In the FSA, Liehenstein's title
nccensary for such addition, and make vania train or a PATH train for Board last night kept spectators tor, John Barbagelata, was given
•.Iteration* to the existing building flrc- the remainder of the trip into waiting for 30 minutes before the permission to operate a public will compare the final application
not rushing to put themselves candidate, will be determined a' is director of publications. His as•ssary for its use with such addition,
and to expend therefor a sura ot tnon- New York City. It would also private sessions gave way to a 20- swimming pool on the grounds for 33 lots of Holiday Estates under his banner.
sistant is Miss Anne Brunsdale,
the directors' meeting.
•y nol excelling $213,750.
enable the Central to abandon minute public meeting that set a of his private instruction institute north on Gordons Corner Rd. with
They are making it clear they Pending that, Bruce is con also a former CIA analyst. Lich(O To construct on the Middietown
e
Township High School site, on the * В»f its "deficit-ridden"""Jersey' City record of brevity for a regular at Lloyd and Nolan Rds. (The the maps that have received pre- are willing to co-operate with all ferring with National Chafrma enstein is credited as viewing the
Biiie of -Marvin rtoad. In the School
school now is in the process of liminary approval. This must b
monthly session.
District, a storage facility ior school 'erry operations.
like-minded organizations, but in- Bliss on establishing an arnica FSA as "an educational organiza•qutpmetit and to purchase the othsr
Two applications were approved being sold, and its new owners done before the board will granl tend to operate strictly on their ble working relationship. Bruce tion and the voice of the conequipment necessary thereffv antl to US. Sen. Harrison A. Wilunder
the
name
of
Hill
Top
improve said plot of land, and to liams. D-N.J., chief sponsor of by the board:
final approval to the developer, own. Chairman Bruce pointedly contends the Republican part; servative movement," and the
•xpend therefor not exceeding (30,000;
Hovnanian Brothers.
tdi To construct an addition to thВ« the mass transit program, when
expressed this policy as follows: will need the active support o Conservative Union as " ( ^ a c Administration Building situated on the
tivist group."
•ant side or Tlndall Roa4 and the north it passed through Congress, said
Also pending is the application
"It is not the purpose or funcaide of Swartzel Drive, in Lhe School the
ACU leaders have a very difplanned
improvements
of
Francis
and
Marguerite
01tion
of
theACU
to
replace
or
District, to provide expanded facilities
tor supervisory and admtnistrattv* per- should attract more passengers
ferent concept of their organizastowski for a subdivision of 3.16 compete with existing conservasonnel, and to expend therefor a В»um
tion.
o the Jersey Central service
Dot exceeding $20,000;
acres from a tract of 6.62 on the tive organizations. It is to be
south side of Nolan Rd. The separate from, but to work with,
te) To conntmot a В»wer tin* on jnd stimulate action elsewhere
UNDER THE MAIN TENT Main Street. Port Monmouth. In the in the state for improvement of
board is waiting for a deed foi the many fine conservative orAt the strong urging of National
Bchoal District, to connect thm -Pod
members
will
review
the
site
OCEAN
TOWNSHIP
—
The
Monmouth School to the Wiljet Acres Mtnmuter services.
the street right-of-way.
;anizations at the national, state
Chairman Ray Bliss, the Conferlewftr plant, and to expend meretor a
Zoning Board of Adjustment last sometime before the July, 15
itim not exceeding |3O,000;
ence of Republican Governors has
Under an earlier provision of night reserved decision until July meeting.
Action was deferred on the ap- and local levels. Our intent is to
ifi To purchase or oondemn a plot
agreed to abandon a plan to set
plication of James Crine for a deal with issues. We aim to in
of ground in the school district con- he Aldene Plan, New Jersey is 15 on an application for a special
Ensley
Bennett,
Jr.,
an
official
EATONTOWN
Richard
J
•f sting ot approximately 2* aorei lo- iliminating. a series of grade
luence, not to dominate."
up a separate campaign organizn
cated on the west sldВ« of Marvin Road
use permit submitted by the Gar- in the Division of Motor Vehicles subdivision-on the east side of
Newman,...20,
.of,
J0?0,,,First,
Aye,
and more particularly described aa fol- Tossings. to pave the way for
Also significantly; ACU' leaderstion to solicit funds, and d i r e c t t t a i
Crine Rd.
den State Equipment Corp. for a
low s ;
Asbury
Park,
in
Municipal
Court
Bejinrrin* at a point In the WeВ«- rerouting the Jersey Central 48-car parkjng lot at a proposed appeared before the board as a
At the recommendation of are indicating they are seeking yesterday was fined a total of 1966 campaign for state executrly side of Marvin Road, said trains
tives. That was the aim of Idaho's
"vigorous new conservative
to
the , Lehigh
McDonald's Drive-In at Rt. 35 private traffic consultant and Mayor Walter C. Grubb, Jr., the
point beJn* distant 360.0 feet on *
$155 and lost his license for six Gov. Robert Smylie, conference
standard-bearer."
course of North 7 degrees 06 min- Valley tracks.
near West Park Ave. The board noted that the lot would "mini- Hunterdon County Planning Boar*
MM 30 secondJ East, from the in*
months.
chairman, who also talked of
As possibilities they mention
Williams contends it will prolei-section of Uie Westerly side of
mize traffic hazards on Rt. 35,' will get a copy of this township's
On May 29, going west on opening a Washington office.
Marvin Ro&d with the Northerly vide a welcome alternative for
new garden apartment ordinance
aide of BwarUel Drive; thence (D
Wyckoff
Rd.,
Mr.
Newman
alBliss approved Smylie's basic
{forth 82 defreei 51 minutes 30 sec- motorists who now drive on
He remarked that the proposed to aid officials there in thei
ond* West, a distance ot 200.0 feet
legedly sideswiped a car driven concept, but presuaded him and
_ to a point;_thencВ«'t2j North 82.de- heavily traveled Route 22.
plan for the parking lot was a search for a solution to the probby Mrs. Patricia Jorgensen of As- other conference leaders to asgrees 51 minutes 30 seconds West,
The Aldene application was
a distance of 410.0 leet to a point:
safe one in reference to traffic lem of multi-family dwellings. Th
bury Park, forcing her vehicl sociate organization directly with
tnenoe (3) North .78 degree* 51
request' for help was received in
minutes 30 seconds West, a dis- submitted by the State Highway
off the road into a steep bank by the national committee. The conhazards and recommended that
tance of 70.24 feet, plus or minus, Department's Rail Transportaa statewide planning publication.
the S-turn west of Monmouth ference will be provided with an
to a point In the centertlne of &
the parking lot have only one enBrook; thence ( ! ) ' In a general tion Division.
The
township's
Municipal
UtiliShopping Center.
office and staff in the national
northwesterly direction down ttw
The division is now drawing
trance and one exit because of ties Authority informed the Plancenterline of said Brook, Its various
courses, a distance of 175.0 feet,
Mrs. Jorgensen testified thai committee, and the latter will
ip an application 'for federal FREEHOLD - Howard Smock the amount of traffic On Rt. 35. ning Board that approval was
plus or minus, to a point; thence
TRENTON (AP)—A bill set- Mr. Newman failed to stop afte directly assist.in raising funds for
imds for a mass transit demon(5) South 82 degrees 51 minutes 30
The parking lot will be built given for the water and sewe: ting up a $1 million fund to aid the accident.
all GOP gubernatorial candi-,
second" East, a distance ol 577.0 stration project for the Erie- of 205 Wall St., West Long
deet, more or less, to a point;
Branch, paid a fine of $100, re- on a 2O0-by-30O foot tract of land systems of the village sewer and
thence (6) South 7 degreea 08 min- Lackawanna Railroad.
planning of joint municipal sew- The defendant told the court dates . . . Rep. Bob Wilson,^
.
ceived a 39-day suspended sen- slated to be sold to the McDonald water company for Atlantic Seautes 30 seconds Weat and parallel
erage projects was signed into he did stop, but didn't conside (Calif), chairman of the House •
with Marvin Road, a distance ot
Both the Erie and the Jersey tence and is on one year probaCOO.O feot to the ending point of the
Corp. If the use permit is board Home and Developmem law by Gov. Richard J. Hughes the impact heavy enough to war- ~0P Campaign Committee, is
Central
have
contended
they
(irst course tierelri.
tion for unlawfully using a car
Corp.
rant returning to the scene. Ap- stressing that the Republican
Thursday.
could be forced out of business belonging to Mildred Matlin of granted, the land then would be
leased to a franchise headed by The water authority has" also He complained it wasn't prehended through passing wit- Congressional Boosters Club, a
Being the rear portion of the
if
government
aid
were
not
9 Morris St., here.
Powell property, exclud ing 20G.0
Stanley Sloane of Westfield, pres- granted approval for the water enough' but that it represented nesses who noted his license plat branch of that committee, is the
feet in depth. Containing approxiforthcoming.
Magistrate Alexander Levchuk ident of a chain of McDonald's and sewer systems for the Holi
mately 2,4 acres, and to Improve
number, and by a headlight rim only group authorized by the na•aid plot of land lor later use lor
Wednesday fined Smock for the Drive-Ins throughout central New day North section in this town- a step to curb a major public
school purposes, and to expend
found at the scene by police, Mr. ional committee to solicit funds
health
problem.
therefor a lum. ot money not exoffense which occurred last Fri- Jersey.
ship developed by Hovnanian
Newman was found guilty ol for the election of congressmen
ceeding $8,250.
The
governor
had
asked
for
{5
day.
Brothers.
igi To use $300,000 of the moneyj
Daniel F. Murphy of Plainfield
million, to start the fund but the careless driving and leaving thi
dort ved from the sale of 54.200,000
President Johnson is assurin;
The borough's speedaiyzer re- appeared before the board as atschool bonds dated Februajry 1, 19M.
amount was cut back by the scene, of an accident.
callers that Democratic critics c
/or the purposes set forth In aub-secsulted In $35 in fines paid here by torney for the Garden State
• tlons tb), tc), (d), («) and <f) n.bove,
Legislature. He said the cutback He was fined $25 and given a his Viet Nam policy are not dit
instead or the purpose provided in parthree drivers trapped by radar. Equipment Corp.
could cause many municipal! six-month license suspension on tressing him. Johnson is saying
agraph (2) of said proposal approved
Lola Opatut, Sweetman',s La.,
by the legal voters on December 3,
ties to postpone vital planning. the careless driving charge. For "Prime Minister Harold Wilso
1963 which la hereby abandoned;
Millhurst, paid $10 for speeding The board granted a variance
Among the witnesses at the leaving the scene, he paid $100. has his backbench shafpshooters,
ih) If the Board of Education shall
find It possible to carry out and com- WEST LONG BRANCH — Bor- •40 miiles per hour in a 25-mile to A. L. Resnick of Construction
public
signing was Wayne Du- Later the same day, police and I have Wayne Morse and othplete any of the purposes authorized
Associates, West End, to build a
in (b), (c), (d). (e) and (f) above in jugh Council promised yesterday zone June 27: Hope D. Bulk,
mont Jr., the- Republican guber- charged, Mr. Newman was in- ers like him. As with Wilson, my
this proposal at a cost less than the to "make all" effforts" to get a imithburg-Manalapan Rd., Free- house on a lot at Logan Rd. and
respective amounts authorized to be exnatorial candidate. Dumont was volved in another accident near party dissenters serve a useful
pended, for such purposes, tbfi amount traffic light for the Broadway- hold Township, paid $10 for speed- Franklin Ave. on the condition
i co-sponsor of the measure and the Bendix plant on Rt. 35. After purpose. They keep us on w t \
which can be-thus saved, may be and
ing
39
miles
per
hour
m-'a~25RED
BANK
—
TheВ»Fanny
Farthat thev company place in es
ta hereby authorized to be added by Locust Ave. intersection.
one of the GOR* state senators this mishap, in which he allegedly oes."
<— •
T
the Board of. Education to any ol the
mile
zone
June
16.
mer
Candy
Shop,
4i
Broad
St.,
crow
money
for
curbing
and
sideother purposes set out in (b). (c>, The council's promise was in
who endorsed the $4 million ran into the rear of a car while
is doubling its floor space.
(d), (e) and (I) above, or set out In response to a letter from Police
on the two streets.
Roger W. Me Elvaihe, Rt. 524,
trying
to
pass,
Mr.
Newman
was
the proposal adopted' at the election
slice. He said the money could
held on. December 3. 1963. In which Chief Frank S. Bilotta, who said Clarksburg, paid $15 for speeding
The problem of the lot's being The owner of the building be added later if the number of ticketed for careless driving again
event the amount above authorized to
Clifton Siegel, said the remova
and for delinquent inspection in
be expended for such other purposes raffic between 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 36 miles in the 25 mile-zone undersized was eliminated by Hie
of the partition between the municipal applications warrant. the bargain.
iha.ll be Increased by such additional ).m., each day as well as on June 17.
•.mount or amounts, provided, however,
James Noll of Bennett's Mills purchase of two adjacent 20-foot candy shop and the former Bag The GOP contended that mak- Found guilty of these charges,
that the total amount to be expended unday morning, warrants t h e
fnr the purposes n t out in (b) (c),
Shop, next to The Register, will ing all the money available now
Rd., Jackson, paid $10 for care- lots by the Company. .
(d), (e) and <f> above shall not ex- installation of the light.
Mr. Newman was fined an addi
ceed $300,000 and that the total amount
less driving June 19. Robert The board reserved .decision give Fanny Farmer approxi- Ould be tantamount to writing tional $30.
to be expended for the purposes pro- There now is a Winker light
blank check.
vided in said -propoean adopted Decem- atHhe intersection.
PorawsW of Highland Park paid until July 15 on an application mately 44 by 17 feet.
ber 3, t963, an amended by this proHughes said sewerage prob- When Magistrate William S,
posal, shall not exceed $4,200,000.
A subdivision allowing Mrs. $15 (or driving with no driver's by William Campbell, 3 Phoenix The Art shop which recently ems are particularly acute in Throckmorton asked the defend
FAIR HAVEN — The Zoning
license
in
his
possesssion
June
Pkwy,.,here,
for
a
variance
to
opened
in
the
former
Bag
Shop
Rose Christopher to incorporate
ant his occupation, he replied thai
PROPOSAL NO. I
build a $22,600 one-family house has moved temporarily to larger fast growing suburbs where he he is an unemployed chauffeur. Board of Adjustment last night
RESOLVED that the Board of Bdu- hree 59-foot lots on Victor Ave. 20.
eatlon of the Township of Middietown,
laid
local
governments
have
not
granted variances for two tool
Magistrate Levchuk dismissed on an undersized lot adjacent to quarters at 26/White St.
In the County ol MonmouUi, is hereby nto two 75-foot lots was approved
Mauer J. Campbell, Jr., 28, of
authorized:
charges of careless driving on his. home. The board asked Mr. The Bag Shop had been vacant been able to keep pace and 147 Church St., Keyport, found sheds and held decision on three
(a) To purchace or oondemn a plot by the governing body on t h e
failed
to
provide
regional
engiother
matters,
pending' onof land In the school diMrict consist- recommendation of the Planning June 20 against Pern Spragley of Campbell to submit the actual since a fire put it out of b
guilty of careless driving leading
ing of approximately 18.8 aore# located
neering in the past.
premises inspection by its memThrockmorton St. here.
plans for the house.
ness in February, 1963.
on the south side of New Monmoulh Board.
to an accident, was fined $15.
The
governor
said
some
disbers.
' " : '(
Road and more particularly described
Approved also was the transfer
as followj:
posal systems are literally Judith L. Dorman, 39, . of 67 The tool sheds were sought by
Rpssld Ave., Deal, pleading
Beginning at a point In the cen- of a liquor license from the Moncross-connected to water supterllne of New Monmouth Road,
guilty of speeding 62 miles an Robert Lehman, 66 Lewis La.,
paid point bednf distant 227.0 feet mouth Foxwood Co, to John R.
plies.
Southwesterly from Uie intersection and Mary V. Conway for premhour in a 50-m.p.h. zone with no and M. S. McGuire, 66 Laurel
of the ,centerline of New Monmouth
The
State
HeaJth
Department
RED BANK — There's a long The boys have sarnexl $300 to The hikers will be ted by
Koad with the Southwesterly Bide of ises at 823 Broadway, now traddriver's license in her possession Dr.
North Lake Drive; thence (2) South ing as Circus Liquors and to be long trail awinding in Vermont, finance the trip. They'll leave Senior Patrol Leader William is processing applications from
.was fined a total of $15. Her li- The Board of Education, repre6fl degree* oo minutes Bart and
•tlonff the Southwesterly side of
known in the future as Conway's and it will be tackled Sunday by after early morning church ser- Loud and his assistant, Alan municipalities. Hughes said the cense was suspended for 30 days lented by its attorney, Abraham
lands formerly belonging to Wilvices Sunday, taking a chartered D'Zurilla. They are Joseph Web- department estimates that with- Joseph Tassiano, 41, of Eliza- J. Zager, and Superintendent
liam Morford (Hidden Brook subdi- Liquors. Councilman George M. Boy Scout Troop 23, here.
vision), a distance of 11*8 feet
bus -to Manchester, Vt,, where ers, LToyd Kromann, Alvin Watts, in 90 days the $1 million will be beth, pleading guilty to driving Charles E. Howard, seeks a vari(more or leas to an angle point in Conway abstained from voting
Five
leaders
and
23
Scouts
will
committed.
ance to erect a six-foot chain link
l i m e ; thence |2> still in a South* because the Conways are related
begin a Simile, seven-day hike they will pick up the trail at Vernon Loud, Jr., Douglas Kidd, The bill authorizes the state to without a license and to delin- fence around Knoll wood School
•nsterly direction and along lands
Mount Bromley. •
of William Kelly a distance of 227 to him.
William Schmidt, James Schmidt,
quent inspection, paid $25.
on
the
Long
Trail
in
the
Green
feot more or less to a point In
_,
William B. Morgan, 21, of 31 Mountains under full packs with The expedition will be led by Robert Walters, Emory Fields, make outright grants for feasi- Joseph W. Morris, 35, of 709 and its grounds.
the Weaterly side, of Tindn.ll Road;
thence (3) In a Southwesterly di- Throckmorton Ave. was approved
bility studies. The municipali- West Park Ave., Oakhurst, who While the variance is sought
rection and along the Westerly side
tents, sleeping bags and rations. Scoutmaster Clement Barlow, Calvin Johnson, William Hansen,
of Tlndall Road a distance of 18 for membership in Fire Co. No.
Kenneth Kidd, George Seibert, ies would have up to three pleaded guilty of careless driv- for the entire project, Mr. Zager
feet more or Jess to a point In the
explained that the board's imThey'll be met by parents and Assistants Vernon Chamce, Fran- James King, William King, Bur- 'ears to repay loans at 2 per ing, was finedJIlO.
Northerly line ol lands belonging to 2 by the council.
J. Pfleger; thence 141 South R3
friends for a banquet at Long cis D'Zurilla and Melvin King,
:ent interest for financing con- magistraxe ^ iTirockiTlonon~
(
5
y
degree* 20 minutes West and along
Tristf Lodge a{ S h b R
the Northerly line of lands belongLEGAL NOTICE
Coleman, Carl Swenson, Victor Hughes said unless the Legis- served decision for one week in the north end of the property *nd,
me
lature authorizes expansion of the case Of David Petach, ,24, of a portion of the east, or front,yL
committee.
Santana and Joseph Parker.
mm -- - autxllvlsion known — SOHOOL, CHURCH STREET, BEL.
the fund
many
feasibility 180 Roanoke St., Woodbridge, That portion would enclose the W
Wood
IVoods End Village a distance o[ FORD In Uie School District, tor . le1169 Icet to a point; thence (SI K&l voters residing within Qeneral d e c itudies could be: stalled.
who pleaded not guilty to speed- o-called "McCarron tract" which
North S3 degrees 16 minutes West lion Wnlrld No. 3.
and &!ong the Northeasterly line of
ing 59 miles an hour westbound Ihe board is acquiring for use as
rOMJNU DISTRICTS NOS. 44-24,
lands formerly belonging to wmiim
Polling
place
at
the
LEONARDO
on the Garden State Parkway playground by primary grades
Hurray a distance ot 533.20 (eet to
SCHOOL, HOSFORD AVEDumont
Pledges
To
a polm; tiience 16) North 58 degrees GRAUE
LEONARDO, In the School disspur, where the speed limit Is tudents.
07 minutes East parallel wllh New NUE.
trict.
Tor
lejal
voters
residing
wlUiln
MonmuUl Road a distance of 357 - General Election Districts Noa. 4-9-24
Asks Protection
50 m.p.h.
Appoint A Negro
19 ftet to В» point; thence (Tl North
imLINU
DISTRICTS
NOS.
H
M
1
.
В»1 degrees 53 mlnuteВ« West a disi have no doubt that he was M r . ; Zager and Mr. Howard
ATLANTIC CITY (AP) - Re
Polling place at the UNCROFT
tance ot 260.50 feel to a polnl In the
center line of New Monmouth SCHOOL. NEWMAN SPKINOS ROAD,
publican gubernatorial candi- traveling over 50," the magistrate mid the fence, a foot higher than
Road; Uience i8> North 58 degrees UNCROPT, in the School District, for
late Wayne Dumont Jr. re- stated, "but I want to check the he code permits, would protect
07 minutes East and alone the legal voters residing within General
center line of Mid New Monnwuth Election Districts Nos. 5-19-25.
iterated his pledge Thursday to parkway speeding statute applic- ldjacent property, school propRoad a distance of 356.t6 feet to a
POI.I.IM; MISTKICTS NOS. 6-21.
point or place of beginning
Polling place at the PORT MONappoint a Negro to a state cab- ability to the spur. The question irty and the children. Mr. HowMOUTH SCHOOL, MAIN STREET,
is whether the spur is part of the rd said that in t h r last 16
And to expend therefor for aalrf
inet post if elected governor.
TORT MONMOUTH, tn the School 1)13
purposes and any Incidental pur- tricl, for legal voters residing within
At the same time, he chided parkway, and if so, is it posted." months, the school has, sustained
poses not exceeding J70.00O, tho General Election nistrlots Nos. 6-21.
said sum U> lie t r a n s i e n t from
ov. Richard J. Hughes on The defendant testified that $2,000 worth of window breakage
POLLING DISTRICTS NOS. 7-IJ-27.
Uie Current Expense Free Balance
Polling place at the EAST KEANSto the Capital OuLlay Account. Tills BURG
ming of an appointment of a there are ho 50-m.p.h. signs bor- nd that the fence would deter
SCHOOL
OCBAN
AVENUE.
action will not Increase the amount
EAST KEA.NSlU'no, In the School Ills
legro to the Rutgers University dering the westbound lanes of 'andals,
to be ra.lacd by taxes
Tho pollulj places lor said meetlns trlr.t. for leciu volera residing within
Mrs. John H. Beebe, whose
the parkway spur.
ioard of Governors.
tlnd their respective polling district General Election Districts No? 7-17-27
POLLING IMSTMCTK NOS. 8-18-Sn.
Hance Rd. home south of the
(desoribed by reference to the dec
"I am sure you recall that
Polling place at the PAIRV1EW
tlon districts used at the last Genera
chool uses fJie school driveway
luring the primary I suggested
Election) have been designated below SCHOOL, 60 COOPER ROAD, RED
and no person shall Tote at.Raid meet RANK, In the School District, for 1ft
is ingress to the garage, ssid
ind still do, tbat a Negro be
Jag elsewhere than at the polllnc plare Bat voters residing within General Elec;he Is concerned whether t h e t
designated for the voters of the polling tion Districts NOH 8-18-28
lppointed to a cabinet post in
district In which he or sha resides. I'Of.I.INti DISTRICTS NOS. 10-12.20.
iroposed fence will cut off her'3&
he state government," Dumont
Dated July 2, 1065.
Polling place at me RlVEIi PLAZA
SCHOOL, HUBARI> AVENUE RIVER
iccess. The school authorities
•aid in a speech prepared for
J. W. DAVIDHEtSBR
PLAZA, in the School District, tor leSecretary gal voters residing within General Elecave no indication that an openle-livery to the New Jersey FedNote: Every citizen or lhe United tion Districts Noa. 10-12-21)
ng
is intended at that spot. Such
States of the age of 21 years wh
iration of Colored Women's
POLLING
DISTRICTS
NOS.
ll-U.
Shall havft been a resident of Ih
se of the school driveway is
Polling place nt the MIDDLETOWN
:iubs.
Btate BIX MONTIIB and of Iho count' TOWN0HIP
1UO1I
SCHOOL,
6]
TINIn which he clalma his vote FORTY HALL ROAD. J1IDDLETOWN in the
"A few days later the gover- KEYPORT - John Salusti, :rmissive, said Mr. Zager.
DAYS next before Uie election and
District, (or legal voters residwno has been permanently reelHtereil School
or saw fit to appoint a Negro Prospect Ave., Union Beach, was A gate permitting vehicles on
ing
within
General
Election
District
In the municipal election district . Nos. 11-11.
3 the State University Board, ordered held for the Grand Jury chool business would be placed
leajst forty days prior to the rate
POMJJto IMSTJHCTS NOH. 1S-JJ
the election shall be entitled to vo
the north of the school, facing
/hat took so iong? Or was it Wednesday night by Magistrate
Foiling place at Uie BAYVIEW
a t the school election. Application f<
xnm&ry or civilian absentee ballot! BCIIOOL. 3O& LEONARDVIL1.E ROAD
he fact that an election year is Seymour R. Kleinberg on a bad ance Rd. The board will inspect
xtuiy be made to the secretary ot th< BELFORD, in the Schoo] District, for
,
legal voters residing within Qoneral
he property before making a det hand — and now he must check charge.
Board of Education.
Election District Nos 13-23.
POLLING DI8TJM0T8 NOS. 1B-31.
•
live an accounting of the poor- Police said he passed a $50 lsion.
POLLING 1IISTIUCT8 NOS. IMCltS.
Polling place at Uie MIDDLETOWN Polling place- at the HARMONY
st sort of stewardship this state check at the Monmouth Lounge, Also to be, inspected are the
SCHOOL. KINGS HIGHWAY, MIDDLE- SCHOOL, HARMONY 4 MURPHY
TOWN VILLAGE In Ute School niHriet.
Broad St., recently.
>roperties of Dr. Rolf Lemp, 403
NEW MONMOUTH In the
ms seen," Dumont added.
A>r fegal voters residing within General ROADS.
School District, Eor legal voters residSection Districts Nos. 1-22-31.
Hughes appointed Mrs. Bessie Theodore Hyatt, Morley .Ct., tiver Rd., who wishes to add a
ing within General Election Districts LONG TRAIl AHEAD - Twenty-three scout, and five leaders from Troop 23, Red
rOLUNO DISTRICT NOS. !-2В».
lelms Hill of Newark to the Belford, and Donald Eack, Pine- ine-story frame office to his
Polling plant В»t (he NAVESINK Nos. 15;10-2B.
Bank, will start a BO-mile hike on the Long Trail through the Gr.<m Mountain, of
POI-l.tNCi IMSTBIOjr NO. 31).
SCHOOL, MONMOUTH AVENUE, NAplace, were each lome; and William H. Spreen's
lutgers Board of Governors in hurst Dr., this p
VE&LNK In the School District for Polllnf place at the THOMPSON
SCHOOL,
MIDnLBTOWN-UNCROrr
Vermont
Sunday.
Last
minuto
plan,
are
being
made
by,
from
laft,
Star
Scout
William
Utsl nteit
rwiidlng .within OecerU
day.
_f
and given suspended •esldence at 740 River Rd., \%
ROAD, RED BANK, fn Uie School DisBTection District Nos. 3-29.
trict, for legal votВ«rs residing wlUiln C. Loud. S c o u W t o r Clements. Barlow, Lifa Scout Allan O'Zurilla, and V.rnon F.
50-day jail terms for creating a he rear of hi* Wiilowbrook torn
Oenorti Election Ditlrtrt No. 30.
HO. 3.
Sell Fast! The Daily Register disturbance on Broad St., on where he wishes to erect a threeLoud, Sr., chair/nan of the troop committea.
BELFORP
lasslfled.
ar garage.
JunВ« 23.
Marlboro Planners
Okay Pool, Land Split
Ocean Township Zoners
Delay Parking Lot Action
Driver Fined,
License Is
Suspended
Uses Woman's
Car, Is Fined
And Suspended
Traffic Light
Being Asked
By Borough
Million
Sewer Loan
Bill Signed
Fanny Farmer
Being Enlarged'*
In Red Bank
Zoners Delay
Variance On
School Fence
Scouts to Walk Vermont's Long Trail
Grand Jury
Gets Bad
Check Case
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MARK TRAIL
By ED DODD
26 — Friday, July 2, 1965 THE DAILY REGISTER
Belford
Mrs. Thomas Johnson entertained Mrs. Eugene O'Har* and
members of the Mary Martha
Circle at a stork shower June
23 in honor of Mrs. O'Hara. Present were Mrs. William Hott, Mrs.
John Nash, Mrs. Ralph Walling,
Mrs. Luther Walling, Mrs. Her-
Leonard^
man Roos, MrВ». Alfred Bdberg
Mrs. Riohard Colson, Mrs. Joiu
Adams, Mrs. Robert Wright, Mrs
Sidney Diebowiti:, Mrs. Kennel
Warwick, Mrs. Louise Blton, Mr
Lawrence Trieger, Mrs. Alber
Trdeger, Mrs. Verlin Kruger, Mr
William Walling, Mrs. Warre
Hill, Mrs. George Miltner an.
Mrs. Albert Washburn.
Ctrl P . HillrhSn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Hlllman, Jr., who
was graduated from Middletown
Township High School June 23,
was given
e party. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. William
Burke, Mr. and Mrs. John
Halleron, Mr, and Mrs. John
Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Rene
Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. John
Sheridan and Carl Hillman, Sr.
George Jbnas, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Jonas, p'Neil Ave.,
celebrated his ninth birthday
June 27 at a family party. Present were Valorie, Candance and
Hoili-Ann Iglay, Mrs. Helen
Amershak, Mrs. Hollister Iglay
and Georleen and Deborah
Jonas.
Atlantic Highlands Fire Dept.
and First Aid Squad
American Legion Hal] by the
auxiliary. Mrs. George Trembley is chairman. A Joint irustalla
tion for the auxiliary and men
of the post will be held in the
hall Aug. 23. The ladles dined
in the Idle Hour after the meet- NEWARK - Feist and Feist,
ing June 23. This was the final Newark and Eatontown Realtors,
meeting tor the summer.
announce the sale of Hop Brook
Farm, Holmdel to the Sgoda
Miss Lillian Hodgkiss, daugh- Corporation of Red Bank.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Hodgkiss, was graduated from The property contains 123
Middletown
Township
High acres and is situated on Rt. 520
School June 23. Attending were adjacent to the Bendix CorporaMrs. Helen Keighron, Mr. and tion plant. This is one of sevMrs. Bradford Rogers and fami- eral farms located in the imly, Linda and Bradford, Richard mediate area that Feist & Feist
White, Mrs. Warren Shafto, and has sold within the past year.
Lar^e Holmdel
Property Sold
daughter Karen Jean, Peggy
Wolf, Diane Delrasso, Sharon
Turner, Donald and Billy Bendix,
Louise Morgan, Patricia Nelson,
Linda Scherver, Karen and
and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelch Robert Horvath, Sidney
entertained at a graduation party Bernita Henry, and Charles
for Miss Loa White June 23. Woodward.
Among . those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Nick Giglio and son
Kim Anderson, daughter of
Nick, Mrs. Mary Fowler, Angelo Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson,
Arato, Gerald Corder, Misses recently celebrated her birthRuth Stryker, Karen Kelch and day at the home of Mr. and
Evelyn and Linda White.
Mrs. Louis Augustine, Hudson
ANNUAL
FAIR
Tlie 25th wedding anniversary
of Mrs. John Waldmann was
celebrated June 24 at the meeting of the Delta Phi Sorority.
Mrs. Emil Petach entertained
at her home at the final meeting for the summer.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
JULY 2nd and 3rd
7:30 p.m. to Midnight
• FIREWORKS
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Petach and
family spent the weekend at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Petach of Media, Pa., A ton
voyage party was held for Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Petach who are
leaving to make their home in
Van Nuys, Calif.
SATURDAY NIGHT
* GAMES-PRIZES
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS YACHT HARBOR
Plans for a tricky tray party
Aug. 25 will be held in the
69 NEWMAN SPRINGS RD.
OPEN 3 DAYS ONLY
Af Kf. 35. ttrtwsbury—ct ,rw Red Bonk l l m
Thurs., Fri. 10-9; Saturday 10-6
Ave., Atlantic Highlands. Present were Karen and Kristen
Anderson, Ann Marie Augustine
and Florence and Sharon Means.
A dinner party was held at
home June 'II. Christine Eia
was a guest.
The tract is currently being
armed by Carmen Casola.
Announce Temple
Committee Heads
MATAWAN TOWNSHIP —
Chairmanships of standing committees of Temple Shalom were
announced recently by' Andrew
H. Sackerman, president-elect of
the Reform Jewish congregation.
The assignments are: Ritual
committee — Raymond Bieber,
41 Ivyhill Dr.; ways and means—
Stephen A. Ostrov, 42 Ivyhill Dr.
education—Peter S. Wallach, 77
Bechstein Dr.; program — Dr.
Sidney Groffman, 109 Idolstone
La.; publicity — Arnold H.
Katinsky, 55 Warren Dr.; membership — Theodore Gerrig, 24
Icemeadow La.; house—Bertram
Morachnick, 8 Jordan PI.; social
action—Norton Berlin, 43 Idlewild La.; budget and financeSaul Schussel, 17 Fordham Dr.
An outdoor party for 50 guests
was given June 27 for Miss JoAnn Supienski, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Supienski.
Miss Supienski was graduated
rom Middletown Township high
chool.
Scout Frank (Bots) Nekola,
former Holy Cross pitcher, signed
three members of this year's
Boston Red Sox. They are Carl
Yastrzemski, Chuck Schilling and
Rico Petrocelli.
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Misses Barbara
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William Sefcik, Belford. There
were 25 other guests present.
The girls were graduated from
Middletown
Township
High
School.
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BETTER DRESSES, S.cond Floor, alia A.bury P.rk, Brick Town
Jr. Summer Dresses
You'll recognize the famous labels on, sight! AH fresh summer dresses in dazzling brigMs/toft pastels, beautiful
prints. Sizes 5 to 15.
Women's Summer Dresses
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Reg. to #18
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crepes, cottons, dacronВ® and e o t t o i w !
easy-caref Perfect-fitting half sizes.
Pick your silhouette here
Pick yqur fabric here
• 1, 2-pc. Boy Leg • Skimmer
• Helanca® nylon
• Bikini
• Sarong
• , Arnel® jersey
• Surfer
•Skirted
• Orion*
• Sheath
• Middy
• Plaids
WOMEN'S DRESSES, S.cond Floor, alio Aibury Park, Brick Town
Misses' Budget Dresses
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• Lattex
C% Double knit
' • Sharkskin
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• Woven cotton.
or Patio Shifts
Reg. to $18
Come see many famous labels — dreues ttiat are wonderful buys at regular prieel Now for just 8.00 you have your
pick of new-season styles.
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Colorful prints, solids . . . for be*ch or at-home relaxing! Small,
medium, large.
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MISSES1 BUDGET DRESSES, S.cond Floor
•Uo Aibury Park, Brick Town
More Bang-Up Buys from Sportswear
PreSeason LAYAWAY SUIT EVENT
Fur-Trimmed Winter Suits
will be $100 to $120 after Aug. 21
Have your suit hooped with mink, opoisum, beaver or h/nx, the most flattering
collar treatments imaginable! Interlined jackets, dressy and casual styles, some
suits with matching shells! Furs in contracting or Wending shades. Sizes 8 to 16.
Misses'"Bermuda, Jamaica Shorts
II
Reg. $648
• From
3-Piece Classic Tweed Suits
will he $60 after Aug. 21
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makers.
top
$7
quality
Reg. $12.$18
pants
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t Finost fabrics . . . dacronВ®-cottons, pop.
Full-length topcoat plus two-piece suit — wear as ensemble, or separately!
Lovely Heather tweeds, smatl checks. Sizes 10 to 18.
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Other styles not thown, $ 6 0 : wi1)
many
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Misses' Sport and Casual Dresses
65.00 and 70.00 after Aug. 21.
All furs labeled to show country 6f origin.
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lins, denims, linen-liko blends and more.
• Choice of dazzling or dark solids, smart
prints. Size* 8 to 18.
Misses' Classic Sport Shirts
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• Top name dresses in wanted one- and twopiece styles.
Reg. .$4-16
cottons.
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• Sleeveless and rolled-sleeve styles ineJuded.
co-ordinates included.
• Drip-dry
cottons,
even
dacronВ®-cottons
. print, plains. Sizes 8 to 18.
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• A summer wardrobe of shirts in drip-dry
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• Full skirted or slim silhouetted, two-piece
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end basic colors, even prints.
SUITS, S.cand Floor, alto Aibury Park, Brick Town
STEINBACH'S SPORTSWEAR, SВ»rВ«.t Floor, alio Aibury P.rk, Brick Town
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