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COVERING
A Panorama
Of Local
People And
Events
TOWNSHIPS or
HOLMDEL, MADISON
MARLBORO, M VTA WAN
AND
M A I AW AN BOROUGH
9Sth YEAR — 15th WEEK
Mrmlm
Naltmiil KrillmUl Auoclitloi
MATAWAN, N. J., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1963
The Entire Community .
Membnr
New Jtr*ey Pruaa AnoeliUoa
Faulkner Forum
Sena Resignation
Submitted To Board
Single Copy Ten Cents
Package Plant Has
State Nod Already
All Matawan Township residents are invited anil urged to
attend I h e public forum on
charier study Tuesday. Bayard
I I . Faulkner, a u I h u r of the
I-'aulkner Act which sets up and
i Queried a.s to reports about it, j Nar/.owich, a board member from! guides the operations and pracApproval nf a sewer "package"' stale health body to withhold a»»
j John A. Dugan, secretary of Ihe'llHiO to lasl February was an out-!tices uf charier study commis- plant has already been grunted b y : p r o v a l "is a bit late."
i Marlboro Township Board of Eilu-' spoken critic of HID superintendent \ sions, will speak anil lead an Ihe Slate Department.of Health ' o ; M r . c i a r k g U g g M t e ( j , n e c o u n c j i
j cation confirmed yesterduy
llie and u prime mover of u set of regu-; open discussion of Ihc issue.
! Lake I.efferts Kslatcs inc., Clifton, could call on Ihe state to rescind
board was in receipt of Ihe resigns- lalions governing the principal's of- ; Laurence A. I* r i c e, an in- ' for their 315-lot development on its approval
pp
and
nd grant the council
. tlon of Robert A. Sena, superlnteii-1 fice in September, 1%'i.
I
a h
hearing,
i
b
but reminded
id
the
h Mafi dent. The board will hold a special, wj,,, M r M a , . , , , ^ ^ |,. av lng the | charter study commission, and ! Samuel Clark, chairman of the awan governing bodv the borough
meeling tonight to act on H, Mr.; i ) ( ) a r d | (he differences ot viewpoint , Ihe originator of the invitation Madison Township Sewerage A J w a 5 heard on the subject last year
Dugan reported.
J clitl not disappear. There was a pro- i lo Mr Faulkner said the infor- j lht) . ril ? disclosed last night so the j when
b hKh health
h l t h board
b d offleeri
ffi
bon>ii
w\
The secretary also confirmed , cessing of teaclier interviews with j matfoi D?riran wHI starl al » <a d l o n o ( lha, M a l a w a " BorouKh | w e r e r a |, e d i n b y D r , R o s c o e p.
that Ihe letter of resignation froin j facultv members in conferences: p.m. In th5 audhoriun. if the j ^ n c U J u e s d a y in calhng^onjlhe; Kandle. stale commissioner ol
Mr. Sena Is dated Oct. 4 and it is | with ihe hoard's
attorney present
present ; Malawan Regional High School
health, on Ihe matter before ap~
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T
asked by Mr. Sena the resignation j and the rvrari1 declined to approve;
pp
on Atlantic Ave. A 11 charier l " " f . l
la 1
I
proval of Lake LefferU Ejtalea
take effect Ml days from the dale (l
h
study candidates wilt he intro- F it til UCLflV I I I
(lie iissuance off a coniract ffor the
package sewer plant plans waa
of Ihe letter. It Is reported he will current .school year to a teacher duced following opening remark*
.7
considered,
•
then
lake
h
k a superintendent's
i d ' post' f»r whom Mr. Sena expressed high ; hy Mayor John Marc Jr.. welThe action of the council was alin a school district in Passak: Coun- regard
coming Mr, Faulkner lo Malawan
so
found
too
precipitate
by
another
ty.
Township.
, Madison official who stated that
ht
Mr. Sena came lo the Marlboro
Mr. Faulkner's appearance is
"there may never be a Lake LefSubpoena Ignored,
•School Hysli'in in KtVi as a teaclum;
considered an Itonor for Ihe com*
ferls Estates" in lhat the Madison
principal to fill a vacancy caused
niunlly as he limits his public
Committee hai not givWarrant May Issue Township
by the death al that lime of M i - *
speeches to only • lew each
en approval to the rnap. This of*
Mary A. (.Vine, who beaded llie
year around Ihe country. Ills
Magistrate Harold Sherman, Mat ficial pointed out
out that the
the map pr*.
pr*.
school system many years. lie was
prominence as an authority on awan 'Township, consented Tuesday ; scnted
s t d by
b Mr.
M Sharkey,
Shk
l
represenlamunicipal government developed to a fifth postponement in Ihe coun-, tive of the developers, gained Ifchosen a.s a non-leaching principal
Final
Adoption
when he was named chairman of ter assault case of John Savilsky, nal approval after three year*
for the 1956-J7 school year, then
the New Jersey Commission on LTiffwood contractor, vs. Sg't.
was elevated lo the superintenIs Deferred
Local Government In I»W by I James C. lloyi, township police. waiting by a 4-2 vote of the towrf.
dent's post in October. lf»59. Mr.
ship planning board last month anil
Cm. A. V.. Drlscoll. Ihe OpSerui taught in several baysliori- : I : IM;II adoption of ,H 1.109,000 bond
only on condition that Kenneth E. j the Iwo negative votes were" thoM
.school systems before taking tin* ing ordinance to finance a major tional Municipal Charier l a w . Joel, Keyport, attorney for Mr. Sa.: of Mayor John E. Keating and
principalship in Marlljoro Town- drainage and rnitd improvement lite Faulkner Act, was passed In vilsky, give the court an afdrnia- j
(continued on page four)
.;
l!ll
j project
in
Malawan
Township
ship,
tion that their side would assume t
•
j was deferred Monday nielli by Ihe
Division CM Opinion
all responsibility lor a court reportIn recent years there has been Mai.nvan Township Committee foler and other costs. '1 lie affirmation ,
Indication of division of opinion be- ion ing a public hearing.
j
was given.
tween Mr. Sena and some board
Mayor John Mart jr said a vote
The request for a fifth pos'members on school policies. John ,, M nj,, ordinance, which will fiponement g n w out of a dispute:
..^
-.
.
nance tin* major ixM'liiui of the
(continued on page four)
>•
)•
n>/
I $M."i,l)0() project, will be deferred
jl
y
Savilsky Vs. Hoyt
Absence Blocks
Drain Ordinance
A clew twee* el Mala SI., Malawaa by Jwlar Girl Scout Troop M.
• • • Responded To Help
Marlboro Warned
iniil a fi1
Unpavcd Streets
To Get Scraping
Township Debates
Bcaclifill Plans
" '••••••'»i'«™i>ip <.( n.e Army Proposal
! Killer's Release
Center Ave. "Mess"
To Health Board
:
'five - iium committee is present.
! Stirs Victim's Kin
Stirs Controversy
|{"'H'l'nitlt.'VirtHn Nornuwi
W'*'»d
Piotost
against
many
years
of
was ii()l present Monday,
j
Protest is being, taken to Dr. presumed neglect of dirt and gravValue of a beachfill project plan
'Ihe ordinance calls for an expen
Corps -l«'m<*s f). (kiyne. director of Tren- el streets in the borough at ths
Unbridled Attacks
ililuie nf SlfiO.tllM) fin- drainage work lied by t li e L' S. Army
ton State Hospital, against the re- board of health meeting Monday
of
l-liigineers
for
Matawan
Towii
and $173.111111 for .street paving. It
lease of l-'rank Zasteras, 70, by
On Developer Hit
aulhoruc* the issuance of 20-year. .ship shonjs In provide protection relatives o! June llc-ndy. a young met with an immediate response
inviinst liurricsines n n d erosion
in the council meeting the followStern warning that "the law is r>n Itonds. As A result of requests by was tlchatrd ai^iiin Mniwlav iii^lit woman slain in a triple killin;; ing night when Councilman Warren
our side" was given by Joseph the Sewer Authority that the pin- ijy tin1 Matawan T(^\wishiji ( imnnil May II). I!WS, by the inmate to I v 1-1. HuUhinson. chairman of tflG
rHcavd. His rcli'ase was ordered .streets committee, announced work
Feinberg, Perth Amboy, allornev .ing lie coordinated wilh authority ' 11
plans fur IIIKI
si'vwr
insinuations
for Harryy Reisky.
( IIKHIMIII
KIMCII. llu;
y Railway,
y d u v i - Ciiflwood
Mayor Join: Mai/, jr. said lie and T ll ': s '! I '- v »y. Superior Court Jud;;c: would starl on grading such streefs,
inavor said paving wuuhl bi» "he
H l Oak
O kwoodd Village
Vill
nper off .H-lot
J. Kdivard' Knight in Freehold af- including Ce-nlcr Ave., one discussTownship Attorney Herbi-ri
Route 520 near Route ,14 al a lu-a oli until sev\t*rs ai..- in "
ter .Munmoiith t'ounty I'rosecutot 1ed hy tin: Ixiard
Smhli were 1told Monduv in Ti
Uequesls
t.'urlls
in£ on preliminary approvalJ heio
too that tin project would not be Vincent R Kfiiper reported all tin Joseph Wilson, a member of t l u
During thff ptllilii; lu'arni^.
the MarHwro Township I' J;nini
needed
wiimvses in the east' had
stalled if Hi'" township failed in
.lalawan Borough Board of Health,
Republican
'l
Hoard when the map came und- I
;V'l prnpertv easements nr coine died in the intervening 55 yeais lold that body Monday he had been
I fire of adjoining owners plus an as- Comuiulei" candidate, dci Ijred Ihui up with us sh.ire ol iKuiey for so their would l>e no chiince <>\
uf candidates and the draiiui'.:e J»rni;i.im for [he ( i l l ! tin" project Mr. Mar/, said Ihe pro getiinii a mucili-r t(in\iitiun agains' asked hy I'd residents of Center
sorted group of
their sympathizers on "upgrading" wood •jcli area would mil work jr,l is "nr>l I Mire thing." in a ii" ZaMrra-. now he has been declared Aic. to bring their plight to Ilia .
attention of the health iioard. Mr.
•'.ic.k'is curbs afe installed." Mr. ;<iri to iht" Kininiitlee on a meet- ; i " " '
[Xililical tickets.
' "wile.
WiUtm staled that the accumulariar/ j^rei-d with him lhat sonu." ing he and Mr Smith had with
Mr. l-einber^ warned the advo- .'viao:
Za.sieras. eni|iloyed on Ihe farm tions of water in the puddles of Ihii
catus nf upgrading that he did ran tret'ts are higher than adiuuru lames H.iukin < hi"l nf Ihe navi- of William Sheppaid in Wickatimk
unpaved and unscarified street are
f mill inoi'd on page Itiurl
intend his client should hecoin."
gation divisiim ol the New ,l<'rv.'y in I!WIS killed Mr. Sheppaid and fell by the residents to be Ilia
•-["whipping boy" lor [heir political
and his wife. Josephine, and Miss Ben- smucc of a mosquito nuisance. He
Department
ol
Conservatio
and other purposes. ''We have
dy wilh a shotgun when apprehend- asleil that the board either clear
Kconomic I.li-wlopined'.
changed our pinna many tinier i
New Hearing Slated
am- ' ed by Miss Bendy in the net tit away the condition or'ask the borMr. Kunkin suggested Ihe (On,.
since licit (when the mnp was first,
robbery. But a ruling ol insanity
A new hearing on a grievance iniiU'i' lout, al ii similar beach tiuilt anil confinement at ttiL' Vroom ough council lo level off the street
filed) in order to comply with your
(continued on page four)
recommendations and .suggestions." of eight .Slrathnmre residents in Keanshurg lhat has not it-ijiiirfi) building for llu' ( riminjlly insane
rnaiiitt'iiance.
Mr.
Mar/
said.
I
Dm
Mr. l-'einberg added ihut llie. [ will be arranged in the next two
at Trenton saved him from the
mill'-eii.^n
lli'nry
liaphagcn.
chief
houses would be in Ihe 325.(101)! weeks. The Malawan Township
electric chair.
j
Blames Politics
class, that they will "be nice I Committee received a letter critit:. .said Keansbmg needs its
(conlimii-d fin page tour)
Mrs. Maud Presl, Freehold, and
homes and you will get good neigh- ( Monday night from eight StrathRichard
Zlegler,
formerly
of
Ma'
more residents reiiucsling a new
Malawan Township special po(continued on page four I
M
awan now of South Orange, at
dale be sit fur their appeal thai Sponsor Mayoralty
lice officer Koberl Hayes charged
taking protest lo the hospital in ; Monday nlghl that he was threatdeveloper l.evill and Sons, Inc.
Council Authorizes
frar ol Zasleras vengeance for his ' ened wilh loss of work if he refailed to provide the required Candidates Night
13 per cent land for recreation
.if) years loss of freedom. Mis. j fused to nut a Rurlt'w-Mnrz elecPreparation Of Maps
use.
The Marc Woods Residents' A l Prest is Miss Hendy's younger sis-| tion sticker on his car. Me saM
Maynr John M a n Jr, said a socialion is sponsming a "Meet ter. Mr. Ziegler is quoted as at-: he refused and is not working.
Borough Kngineer Karl lleuscr
Your Candidates for Mavor" night Iributing the death of his mother. ;
was authori/.eu to prepare 12 utap.s letter wmtld be sent lc> I.evilt on Wednesday, Oct. 10 61 8 30 p.m. i Mrs. Plioelw /.iegler, Matawan, in ; Me Hated thai the "request"
. ,
,
,
was made by Township tommilof the new sewer collection system asking the firm lo agree to a new
in
the liioad Sued School audi- ,1961...'"...a. h , " a r . l . . a U ^ k J K . " u £ h t " " i » « " » • " « " » * r l Ilickman Sept.
Another hearing w a s
in the borough al a cost of J1M0O time.
by
report
Zasterus
was
to
be
retor
in
in
scheduled
for
last
month
but
21,
and that subsequently Mr.
by the Malawan Borough ( ounci!
!
Till" association notes hat this i s leased. Mr. Ziegler fears for his Ilickman s a i d C'oinmlllecniaa
Tuesday night. The maps, according was postponed when Ihe residents
to Councilman l.eon Chrisiinal will asked l»r additional lime to check an "opportunity for all Unrough of i Iwo aunts. Mrs. Presl and Mr*. Daniel 11. Downey, police chairlie of assistance to a sewer as- nmru information. The informa- .Matawan residents lo hear Mayor Ada Stillwell, Matawan, and Mrs. man, warned lhat he would li»s«
sessment commission, to be ap- tion has been muriicd mid the .Inhn Applegale and Kdward ' R. Zicgler's 1- children and 21 grand- work if he did nol comply. Roth
Mr. Ilickman and Mr. Downey
pointed, which will fix individual residents are readv lo proceed, Hymn .speak and answer questions children,
vehement ly denied the charges.'
levies for the improvement on the letter said.
submnifd by the audience.
Mr. Downey accused the poOld Wagon f i r m
property owners.
Ihe committee was unable lo
Nut ice
Now picking delicious Macln- lice officer of "briii|(lng politic*
Council accepted Ihe resignation find sullahle limr for a meet Inn
into
Ihe police department." Ha
New York
i'umpik* Express tosh, Oplacent apples. Try our
of Patrolman Peter Hallnrk, an- earlier than the proposed dales
•aid Mr. Hayes Is "not working"
''
It'a different
N
pointed to the force earlier this except next Monday. Hut they buses, frequent daily service from ; Iresh' cider.
Rouie 35, until Ihc mailer Is investigated
year. Councilman Warn-n Ryan, adjourned their meeting until *: 15 Kollo's. Commuters buy 10 lr:pj preservative added.
•nd "cleared u p " by Ihe police
call s'orth of Middletown.
chairman of the police committee, p.m. Monday following Ihe Town- book* and sava. For
chief and police committee.
wjfp—adv 10
COIfax 4-2222.
reported that Mr, Hal lock is resign- ship Health Hoard session.
ing to accept a jx>st with Ihe Stale
Police.
An agreement, forwarded hy llie
planning board for council approval, which would permit Ihe stale V J
to underwrite 75 per cunt of tile
$14,000 cost of the preparation of a
master plan hy the firm of IVxirman ami Dorram Inc. was relerrcd
to the altnrni'V for studv.
Of Legal Action
1
M a l W M JMtar Woman's Club e k i r i weedi from hydrant*,
# #
• Keep Matawan Clean
Discuss Organization Of Mnlkal Stuff For Ba)shore Community Hospital
In Appreciation
f wish In thank all mv neighbors
and friend* fur Iheii kindnesses
the time of the lire in niy home,
especially Malawan Unrough FireCompanies and Police Department,
Mntawan Township lire Companies
and Police Departrr.vnt.
Mis, Dorothy Nf. Sin net t
jfp—ndv 111
PUC Hears Plea
Pofleri are the result si Business and Professional Woman's Club Contest.
The manager anrl engineer (if
Ihe West Keanshurg Water Company were cross . examined
Monday at a Public Utility tiiinmlniltin hearing concerning an
extension of waler service. Examiner Hugh I-'. Fullman Is conducting the hearing on a petition
hy William Mohrhulter, M l l.lnt
Rd., llolmdt'l Township,
who
seeks water service either from
Ihe West Keansburn firm or from
the Slralhniore Water Co.
Malawan Councilman Warren Ry- cleanup campaign Is nearly com- volunteered their assistance with
• n yesterday enthusiastically prais- pleted hut. that It will continue with the community-wide project were
ed residents of the borough, civic variotta civic groups and organiza- the Rotary Club of Matawan, Girl
Scout Troop .112. Cub Pack anil
organlJatlons and their members tions working again this weekend. .Scout Troop (W, the Manzo Confor what he termed "a tremendous
Mayor John W, Applegale also struction Co., McElvainc-Schanck
and gratifying" response to the expressed his appreciation and Post 221ft, Veterans of Foreign
cleanup campaign underway in congratulations to the committee Wars, Ciir! Scout Troop ,16, Mntafor the excellent organizational wtin merchants, Van Brunt and
Matawan.
The cleanup committee of Ihe work It had done In a short lime Son Trucking, the Business and
to
enable the work to be done so Professional Women's Club, (lie
The companies contend Ihoy
borouih, comprised of Charlei
Woman's Club of Mntawnn Inc., are wllMnc to provide the servict
tchock Jr., Howard Siegel and dramatically.
Couacllmen Warren Hutchlnson and
Mr, Ryan aald that marc than The Mutnwon Junior Woman's but that circumstances Involved
Ryan, "never could have accom- 29 civic organizations pledged their Cluh, Matawan High School Stu- In Ihe extension prevent them,
plished m much to Instill new assistance lo the cleanup campaign, dent Council, Fnriners and Mer- Mr. Pullman said. We«l Keanepride in Ihe community without the "and what's moro, they kept their chants National Dank, the Mnrc burg hold* I h * franchlsa covering
wholehearted and Industrious as- pledgei." fn many cases, he said, Woods Association, Girl Scout the area la which M r . Mohrtwtltr
alliance of our clllteni," Mr. Ry-volunteers worked more than eight Troop ,131, Explorer Seoul 1'IIHI lives and Slrnlhiiiore hits a water
1
an Mid.
or nine hours on their assigned 2.15, It was reported . Flminclti! main acnis* the street from hit
contributions to assist Ihe drive properly.
In • report to (lie borough coua- projects.
o were recDlvr-il, Mr, Kyiin said,
Strathninrc counsel Waller An.
clt Tuesday, Mr. Ryan said the
Among the organizations which
Nurtt Givit Report
Mrs. Helen Dolan, public health
nunc, reported i t the regular
monthly meeting of Ihe Matawan
Public Health Association tint
there wore 10,1 homo and office visits und 20 attended baby clinic In
the borough during the month of
lhat during Ihe same period In the
Old Wagon Fur in
August, Mrs. Dolan also reported
township there were IIS homo and Freshly dug California Privet
office visits and 17 attended baby now available; nlno large sclecllou
clinic,
of ovcrgrccn*. Route ,15 North nf
MIddletown,
Notice
To Take Out
V/ildjuie lo Klwanlan.i moving
Charcoal cliickan, fried Shrimp
Into our community.
Meetings
Tuesday 6:90 p.m., Ye Collage or Scallops w, V/V, $1.35,
Inn, Keyport.
Hollo Post Homo
derson cross • examined W e s t
Keanahurg Manager (ieorge .S,
Klnkade Jr,, and engineer Robert
Kaerchi'r. Hold men testified concerning the ciMl lo their firm nf
extending Ihe water main from
existing facilities In Mr. Mfthr.
hutlor's rtmno and the several
other home* In Ihe area, which
hav« been getting their water
from wells, The hearing wa.i adJtiurni'd lo Oct. 21.
PROGRAMS UNDER WAY
AND PLANNED W JOT Bf
Marry S, Wllley, left, president of Ihe Mayshnru Community llnspllal program wilh Dr. Vrnnk Nlemtrow, Freehold, president of the Moiv
nml Dr. Iliwnril C. l'lr|HT, right, chnlrmnn nf the hospital's medical j mouth County Medical Society,
affairs ciiiiiiiililce, reccnlly reviewed the llnysliore Community Hospital i
ntnlls- r>f llie orj'.unl/nlinn of th" The now Biiyshore Community
ineiliunl slnfl of tlio new Uiiyiiliotv Hospital will be built on a 15 acre
Coinmunlly Iliispiliil were relenseil HItu on ilecrs St. In llolinili'l Towntoday [ollowhiK u meeting of d o - ship near the Garden Slate I'arklors liilerc.ili'il In privileges In tln.i wny. It It being planned to allevinew hospital hold earlier this week. ate serious overcrowding at near-
by hospitals and In anticipation of |
Iho rapid growth of the nrca.
The details aa announced by Howard C. Pleper, M . I ) , of Keyporl,
chairman of Ihe hospital's medical affairs committed provide for
an ornnnlwd ttfttn stall. "Thll
means," snld Dr. Pleper
"that
every medical mini In the nroa ' I
welcome to npply for privileges
mid will be granted privileges ua
(continued on page l a u r )
.
Pag,* Two — First Section
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J,
Cliingarora District Scouts Launch Annual Fund Drive
junior Auxiliary
Installs Chairman
Thursday, October 10, 1963
HoStCSS T « G l i b
JK-VP«'t Yacht Club
Slates Annual Meeting
Engagement Party
Held At Poet's Inn
In Morganville
The annual meetiny and election
Robert V, Seber sr.. Morganville,
of officers of the Kcyport Yacht
Mini Margaret Gohmert wa» forMis. Martin Smilh sr., Morgan- Club «ill be !>eW lomnrruw at Ihe announced the engagement of his
mally inntallcd MM chairman of. the
ville, was hostess t<i thr social dub Yacht Club at 8:10 p.m. Nomina- daughter, Sarah Ann, to Willard
Junior Auxiliary of the Laurence
| on Wednesday evening.
Games tions include Bernard Delaney. Kdwird Covert at u dinner parly
Harbor American Legion Unit 132
Muulecji, fiiven ul Poll's Inn, Malayan, on
were played. Mrs. AuguM Bo lilt re- commodore: William
at ceremonic* held in the Post
r
Home. Mrs. Alfred Good, president
ceived a birthday gift from her se- vice commodore; ?I:*r\«*% Snii'.h, Sunday.
of the Middlesex County American
Others attending were Mrs. Wif.
cret pal. Tlie table WHS set with rear commodore; Cluirle.s ]Jt.jt reLegion Auxiliary and her ilifl, al
j the. fall Ihenie and baskets nf conimti secretary: F. I.. Garrison, lard Coven. Miss Julia Coven,
financial secretary; Gary Post, Miss Anna Covert. Mr. and Mrs.
an inttalled Mis* Dorothea Grimes
fruits and mils were at each place. treasurer: Curl Holmes, fleet capfirst vice, chairman; Miu Judith
Harry Conover, Harry Conover jr.,
Those attending ueic Mrs. Kd- tain, and 1. Morst , measurer.
Gohmerl,'second vice chairman;
.lames Conover, Misses Julia and
vard Becker, Miss (.'ami Becker,
Miss Darlene Beck,
treasurer;
Donna
Jean Cono,er, all of NepNominated for stats on llu- bnaid
Miss Julia Olsen, iccreliry; Mis»
Mrs. llitrry Koiumalow, Mrs. Loins
nf governors are Alfred Manville, tune City: Mr. und Mrs. Robert V,
Kathleen Carroll, historiin; Mis*
Decker, Mrs. Robert Owens. Mrs. Hurry Hoss, George Weinman, Ar- Seber jr.. Robert V. Seller III,
Sandra Beck, chaplain and Mis*
IVinald Miller. Mrs. John Wilson, :hur Silcox am! I rcilerick Schein. Steven Seller and Miss Rita SoKaren Korkowski, sergeant • al
Mrs. August Biililt, Mrs. Martin Tile slate nominated uy the ladies ber, all of Wickfitunk; Mr. and
arm*.
.Smith jr.. Mrs, Joseph Ijinciirti auxiliary include* Mrs Irene Lnin- Mrs. Anthony Seber and daughter,
Mrs. Harvey Bloom, amior adsr., Mrs. Dot Brewer, and Mis. bertsnn, president; Mrs. Harriett Patricia. Freehold; Mrs. Frieda SeVisor, presented awards. Robin Ann
.Worse, vue prttiilrai; Mrs. Caro- ber, Newark; Mrs. Vera Brown,
Holier! Seber,
Kalbbun received an award for
line Uuber, secretary and Mn*. Morgunville, and Mr. and Mm.
having accumulated 1H0 points
Final pliliu wen- I'ninjilcttd for llnlen Ormerod, treasurer.
James Burlew, Cliffwood.
Miss Julia Olsen received the first
I he I'lnh's iinnual trip u> Nou Yo. k.
prlaa for having otllacted 1004 cou'I li*
meeting will In1 held it
•oni aad Mis* Thereaa Rathbun.
the home ol Mrs. Joseph Lao/.aio
•ctxmd. with 2X1 coupons. Miss Judith Gohmert received* the first
prltt for having collected I'M used
.Miss Christine Smith has iciurnnylons and aecond prize for IM
cii lo her Ivniie from Monniotith
UMid nylons was presented to Miss
Medical Center where site wd« a
Theresa Ralhbun.
liulicnl.
••, Alls* Thereia Rathbun also reMiss BiJrlKiry Lynn Smith sprttt
Community chalrmea receive imtrucllum from Stephen Pallermn, i are Ranald Cnhani.nK, Union Iteuch; Kennelh Wllley, Holmiiel Townceived her award for the poppy cor. flnanee chairman of the initial Bay Seoul Fund Drive for t'hlngarora [ chip; Harry Seamen, Rarilan township; Mr. I'allfrsnn, Etlward /.Icylrr, the weekend visiting Mr. anil Mrs.
Mgt she submitted on the local District, Maamsula Council, Boy Scouts of. America, which comprise* j Mulmmn Township, ami Robert llarlman, Keyporf.
KthvMrd Vanlli.se, Miinnlajian.
level and which also won first eight bayshorc area commuallle*. Shawn ibvve, •• • kk«-«ff meet inn i
Mr. mid Mrs. Clifford Kridieiiplace in the county poppy corsage
berger and sons, Clilfurtl »nd \:.].
.contest. Miss Ralhbun also received
wood, visited Mr. mid Mrs. Warren
the award for having sold the rnoM
Ilibbells, Wayside.
Kim Goetz Has Party
Legion Post Plans
caitdy during the candy project.
Mr. and Mr*. Koy K. Kmli spent
On Sixth Birthday
For Veterans' Day
Mils Karen Korkowski placed
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mm.
first lit the-sale of Christmas proiiin Smith jr. mid fjtmify and Mr.
Kini Goeli, daughter of Mr. and:
flans for Veterans* Day were linil Mrs. Raymond U'etuel.
Jecta.
Mrs. Jack G<ieu, 15 Beechwoodtnad>.
al
the
meeting
of
tinLouMr. and Mrs, Martin Smilh s*.
Past chairman Miss Kathleen
The Fifth District of the New
Carroll wa« presented with her Jersey Slate Federation of Wo- Terr,, Matawan, celebrated her! 176 and the I adies Auxiliary held >fL'l";e Harbor American Legion vi;;ii«.'d Mr. uiui Mrs, I'rurjk Smilh
sixlli
birthday
on
Oct.
2.
An
outon Tliuisdiiy evcniny.
paat chairman's pin by. Mrs. Kicha joint insl.jllniion in the Legion j ''"'•I 337 held in Ihe I.e^ion Hume
Mr. lint) Mrs, Robert Owens visaraVFulham, junior past county men's Clubs has completed plans door party was held and a large
president. The next' meeting of the lor their annual fall conference. birthday cake was the lable center- Hull on Main St., Matawan. Giles's : on Suminerfield Ave.. l.uuienci; ited Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Smith on
preseni
were
Past
Department
of
j
„.„,„,,..
OnnmBiider
Oskar
C«hSaturday iveniuj:.
Junior Auxiliary will be held Sal- The conference will be held on |piece.
j New Jersey Executive'commitice-!
Mr. nmj Mrs. I3oniild Miller and
tirday *t 1:31 p.m. in the Legion Monday, Oct. 28 at the Magnolia j Attending were Dori, Dcni ami; man Homer .Vlatieson; Past L>e- " l e r l l"rts"lt<lsons Donald mid 'I'lHinias mid M".
Horn* on Sumnterfield Ave., LauMarci
HatiKer.
Jody
S»cco,
Gayle,
j
paitrnent
of
New
Jersey
Vice
Com-!
_
Itwas
decided
In
hold
service?
Inn,
Route
78,
Malawan
with
regisrence Harbor.
for Veterfttis' Day Saturday, Nm . and Mrs, .Kilin Wilson visited Mr.
Donna and Coleen Knapp, Robby mander Basil Slocum, and Pa
[ration at IS a.m.
ami Mrs. Rnltert tialt'slii, HiKhthCounty Commander Joseph Mein- » al 10.-.T0 a.m. at Ihe Memuriiil town, on F'ridiiy e\'eiun^,
Lenox Rd., Cliffwood Beach
The morning session will begin Knapp, Charles Sergewick, Jackie lein.
}'l.'ii{Ue on Lauren*'** Parkwtiy. A
Madison Golden Agers promptly at 10:2* with Mrs. George and Bobby Goelz.
Veierans' Day dunce will he held
Counly
Commander
Robert
Cinit(Adjacent
Iv Kecr«all«B Held en CliUwmd Ave.)
Plan To Hold Meeting
Nov. HI in (he Legion
Courses Start
R. Schneider, fifth district vice • •
HI*
a°
hold and the county executive: staff .Sunday,
Home from 7 n.m. tn II p.m. The
\tVt
installed G«irj(e W. Morey sr., as
t h e October birthdays or the president presiding. The invocation; j | l O l l O r ifllSS
Templi' Sholoin, the Reform concommander: Joseph Hiise;;ian fir.--t '. l' ul)lic i s 'nvited to Ihis open liousi-.
members of the Fellowship of the will be given by Mrs. Earnest F. I
OPEN AND MODIFIED SHOOTING
vice commander and service olfi-', M u s l c W|M .'* 'umished by Jai.H ureKiition servinu (he Matawan arOoMen Agers of Laurence Harbor Foster, president. Woman's Club of
ea,
tuinotince.t the adult education
cer;
Vincent
Infnsino,
second
j
.
,
OKen
and
I
be
Cavaliers,
v c(
••Ml Cliffwood Beach will be cele- Rarilan Township, co-hoxleiui club. At
commander; Paid llussey. third ! ''reparations are iK-ing made for course be^n/i last evening «it b:'M)
PRIZES WILL BE TURKEYS
faialed Friday. Oct. M, at 1:30 Welcome will be extended by Mrs. I A surprise bridal shower was giv- vice .commander; Robert' Zeigler, i l h < ! p " s ( f onimumfers and I'ust p.m. I'he course, which is open lo
p.m.. place to be announced. Walt- Melvin A. Philo. president. Keyport ! en in honor of Miss Kit Grey, Key-jfinanc
officer; Joseph Compoly, Plesidenl's dinner, to be held Sat- i memlM.'rs only, is beiny eundluMetl
er Becker conducted the meeting Literary Club, co-hostess club. ] port, by her attendants, Miss HI- ~"
Nov. 3V in the Lffcion Jlonie. ' by Rabbi NWirdeeai Srhreiber, spi:FROZEN AND LIVE TO WINNERS
of the orRaniation in the home of Pledge of allegiance will be led by leen Grey. Miss Doris Calandra adjmani; Fiank An§on, chaplain; '1 ickfts may
purchased frum iltial Icatlei of the ronj'rejiatifln, at
Mrs. Gladys Ehlers, Hillcrest Ave., Mrs. Joseph Eslenes, fifth district and Mrs. JoAnn Applegate. at Ea- Harold Bethel, historian; Richard i.»y post or
the
Stralhniorc
Klemenlmv
School.
iary
member.
,
Doininy, serKeanl - nt - nrms; and
Laurence Harbor. •
civics and legislation chairman; na- \ gle Hose Co., fire house. Keyporl. Robert LaMura, ailvocaie.
Booby Prize — ) Pumpkin!
It was decided to advance the lional anthem to be led by Mrs. ', on Saturday.
Your advertisenm-l
in this! If you need printing ot any
Mr5. Martha Silvers, county aux- paper
Waning time of the meeting* to E. J. Kime, fifth district music I Gifts were arranged beneath a
will
itach
prospective; kind, we are here It) serve you.
iliary
president
and
her
staff
offi1:H p.m. to allow more time for hairman; club collect to be led I
purchasers in every community tn j Our quick service flnd reasonable
ciated at ihe auxiliary installation. the
aaciahilily. II was announced by
baysbore- area.
! prices will please you.
Mrs, Claude Mrideau tvili serve ;i.s
Mrs. Marie Hooynwn, membership
r y C b
»"r!e,Kvere^luitons
to bebeo,prtsentesent<' > M ^» O r U ^ V t m
^ e r, a m
e ^ Tn.e vice
( president;
Mrs.Mrs.
Frank
ArUJIi.
fir.l
chairman, thai new procedures for courtesy
resolulionslo
j
,
president;
William
Dunb H d e n f Slephtn
iVk dH ick O
adlrtiitioit to the organization ire ed by Mrs. Dale B. Otto, president,
Nov. 9. tv«s presented with a cor- ! nenworlh. second vice president:
being considered. Plans were made Woman's Club of Red Bank.
sngp
nf
blue
and
white
carnation.?. 'Mrs. Margaret McDonald, chaplain;
to hold a card parly in the near
Mrs. Roy Thurnall. northern vice
Guesis attending were Mrs. Pal- I Mrs. John Thaler, treasurer; Mrs.
future.
president of the Stale Federation ricia Kroeger, Monlclair; Mrs. ' Jumes Martin, historian and secreMrs. Ann Kunli is now convales- will be the principal speaker, Her Rulli Ferrante, Miss Nicki Ferran- jtary and Mrs. Mary U'Donnell, ser
cing at her home. 310 Lincoln Ave;, topic, will be "Over The Tea- le, Mrs. Lorraine Roman, Mrs. ; ^eant - at - arms.
after a second trip to the hospital. cups." Mrs. Thurnall is a former Florence Patterson, Mrs. Ola Dor!.
Thanks Officers
Mrs: Anna O'Leary, another mem- state chairman of the American
Tina Rosalo. Miss Penny WilIn the absence of the immediah?
ber, is awaiting-an* operation in a Home Department and a past vice Mrs.
Matawan Borough has always been and is a friendly town. This has been and
son.
Mrs.
Ben
Sicinmet;.
Mrs.
I.ihRhode Island Hospital. The special president for Hie Illh district of- by C'adiKi and Mrs. Dorothy Fnulks. past president, Mrs. 'Ihaler, Mn.
William Donnenwonh
presented
prize was won by Mrs. Antoinette the Slate Federation.
»
a
significant
part of its splendid community spirit. H is on important reason for
Keyport; Mrs. Mabel Pike and" i Mrs. 'IhaliT's i;ifls lo her retirinj;
Heniinnver. Mrs. Ehlers will again
Anrthcr Speaker
Mrs. Mar|><! Jackson. Matawan; officers, reading a message of
its
excellent
growth
and its attracting so many nice people to move here with their
entertain the group it her home
Mm. Ante E. Bernard, state Dr. Pntricia Alilert and Mr.s. Franliralilude for their cooperation.
for the next meeting.
chairman of public welfare, will ces Warren. Hazlel.
families. This spirit of friendliness must be actively promoted for the benefit of
Mrs.
Donnenworth
also
presented
di.<Muss "Tlie Challenge of Public
Other Gutsis
Mrs. Silvers with flowers and Kif'.sall. Such cannot be accomplished by trying to create or recognize any difference
Welfare." Mrs. Bernard Is the past
Single Vet* Against
Mrs. Ann Calandra, Llnion Bewch; and accepted Mrs. Thaler's pasi
southern vice president.-.*" in the opinions or rights of the old-timers from those who have recently moved here.
Mrs.
Mitrfce.
Nemeth,
Mrs.
Helen
president's
pin,
Mrs.
Gussie
Beil,
Other, speakers will be Mrs. JoSplit Of M M Stock
seph E. Walsh, stale chairman for Macalik, Miss Ann Maralik, Mis-s immediate pa.M vice preside.nl,
Tha stockholders of the Farmr.-sr the Community Improvement Pro- Louise Medwick, Mrs. .Sophie Bra- presented the Post with u check
Your present borough administration ha* always treated all citiiens fairly and
I Merchants National Bank of Mal- gram and Ihe 17 district chairmen Cher, Mrs. Irene Medwick, Mrs. tor JUKI,
After the formal ceremonies.
awan met Tuesday and approved ot the various departments and Marjje Koltrid^e and Mrs, Gert
alike. They have done everything reasonably possible to bring our new citiiens
tha recommendation of the Board committees of Ihe Stale Federa- Sakowski, Carteret; Mrs. Ann llres- Miss Ellen Karninski. delegate
•f Director! to split the shares of tion who will give their depart- ko. Port Reading; Mrs. MarRe Ur- from Ihe local Auxiliary to Girlx
here and have welcomed them. They oho recognise the needs of the so-called old*
ban, V'oodbridge; Mrs. Pauline j Stole in June at Doug la si College i
the bank stock so that 2S shares ment forecasts.
timers. They have treated everyone as a part of one family. They will continue
will be outstanding In the hands ot< There will be an interlude in sonK llayduk, West Keansburg; Mrs. ' anil Mark Enterline, Boys Stale I
shareholders for each share pre- by Miss June Rescorl. Her accnm- Pauline Medwick and Miss Diane i delcgufe from the local Post re-j
to do so and promote friendliness. Your support for these candidates is your asPerth Amboy; Mrs. Ed- ported on theii experiences and acviouslyy held.
h e . Shareholder** voted' panlst is Mra. Oarleton R. Whartun. iMedwick.
Members «f the 14 clubs in the , l h Brigjs, Laurence Hartwr; Mrs. tivities during the week's program.
)I4W
h
h
,
sharer
off th
the IIMW
II.MW shares
surance
of a continuance of this excellent policy.
r
outstanding' at the meeting; Onai fifth district o n expect «n enlighl- (M« y Csi'te, Mrs. Georgia Orb»n, A buffet supper was served during
•hare «»» cast aRainit the split enlng and Mjoyabl* day. Lunch-! Miss Carol Orban and Mn. Ajjnes the social hour which followed.
eon and registration chairman ••» I Burnoiki, Colonla; Mrs. Ruth Or•ad 15,«5 shares for the split.
ban
Homemakers should set up rigid
The- results of the election will Mn. William V. McLane. pax pres- i . Ml»» Jean Orban and Mia
family smoking rules and see that
ha submitted to the Comptroller ident of the Woman's Club of Rari- ; Sue Orbin, Rahway.
tan
Township.
j
Gifts
were
sent
by
Miss
Ann
Boll.
they are obeyed. Thoughtless famiat the Currency in Washington,
i >|rr, Mrs. Bertha Alpine, Miss Ju.II ly and guest smoking habits acD.C. and, if approved by him, a:
certificate will be imucd ky that of- Now is the lime li> advertise ' Alpine, Mrs. Cecelia Rnlhbirt, Mrs. count lor the largest number of
Nce setting forth the effective dale those unused articles for sale. I Mabel Butler, Mrs. Virginia Lala- residence fires each year. Rules
• f the split. After that date there A small ad In
the classified ] wiec. Mrs. Jfan Anderson. Mrs: should include no smoking in bed,
will be m,«m smves of F *. M column will turn them into cash Elizabeth Poma/i and Kenny Med- and safe disposal «f cigarettes and
matches.
tmnk- stock outstandlnKfor you.
wick.
Attention f
Sportsmen •
Plan For Annual
Fall Conference
TURKEY SHOOT"
Veterans Post,
Auxilia ry Install
Sunday, Oct. 13
2 P.M.
For A Friendly Matawan Borough
VOTE FOR
Mayor
Dear Joe,
You inquired about the amount of monthly payments to
finance your brand now 1964 car. Here are a few figure* you
may U M to got an idea.
If you need:
$3,300.00
$2,000.00
$1,500.00
Your monthly
•ayment it:
$73.47
$63.86
$47.91
for 36 month*
for 36 month*
for 36 months
$2,000.00
$1,500.00
$90.78
$68.84
for 24 month*
for 24 month*
JOHN W, APPLEGATE
Assessor
Or, you may need other amount* with other monthly payment*. If you come in to the F £ M we can work out the payment* *o that you can carry them each month.
Bett regard*,
/
Your Banker
THE
AIMERS & jmERCHANTS
NATIONAL BANK
-
ESTABLISHED 18»
In Ihe Heart of Mnlamnn
and NOW « «*w drlv<--ln
Wnn«:h - Rt. « at Lhiyrf
'The Oldest OitnJc In MonniciKh Cottnly"
JOHN J. WALSH
ROBERT R. COLOT
HENRY ELLIS
THOMAS A. FRANCY
On November 5th Re-Elect The Administration That
Brought FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
To Matawan Borough
I'nld tar by John W, Appli'KnIo, John 1. Walsh,
Hftberl R. Coiot, Henry Ellin, Trwi'iB* A, R u n c y ,
I Hnvlnr Drive. MnlnwHil. N. 1 J l _ _
8
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
Thursday, October 10, 1943
Youngsters Register For HYAA Program
Madison Library
Enters Contest
New Staff Of
Religious School
first Section — Page Three
Mark 50th Anniversary
Brown I OHM 4-H j
Names Officers
The Brnwntown Sod Hoppers 4-11
and Mrs. Bcntley, ail of Matavvan. Clul) held a monthly meeting <tt
On Saiurdav Mr. and Mrs. Van,, the home of the leader. Fred Gauh,
al their horn.' (or friends and rel.i- ] Rome 516. Tuesday night. The elecnf I hi
hi- religious school. j
staff nf
!
^
^
K
liVCS
Otl
I lion of officers was held and they
-zekiel
' 4 ' '»<». Ihcy were ;uests :
k i l A m was
ta tarn iin IIs r al e l .' ' " "
honl)r aI
dinner I " " {jiven ! Mr. and Mrs. VanBrakle were are Thomas Staubacb, president;!
and received his secondary ecluca-,] ''<
''< h o n l ) a I ? pinner
married
in
Matawan
by
the
Rev.
(.
,
hy
their
son-in-law
and
uaugtiier,
tion in Israel and nerved
' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uentley, Van- Samuel Bower on Oct. 4. HMJ. Mr. Roger Miller, vice president: Glenn
VanBrakle i.s retired and was asso- Catherwood, secretary and Thomai
ciated In business for many years C'appelli. treasurer,
with Spencer Trask, a brokerage
firm in New York. Later he was David Hauser was welcomed as 3
tnember. Plans were made for
employed by Simmons and Mount, i new
liernard
Klein
is
a
graduate
of
•"
potato' brokers in Cranburv.
I " l e c l u l ) members to attend the Le.
T h i i deciiion was reached at the
regular moiilhly meeting of Hie
^
^ " . ^ " ^ . ^ ^ ^ r l ^ ^ i i V r M i i d ' r e d i.ulsan. Red" Hank. Mr. VanBraklu i.i J former train- ] hi«h - Rutscrs football game at
York, and served in the U.S. Army, i
board of trustees of (he library,
;t Thursdav the Vanlirnkles rilman of Matawan Borough. Mrs. Rutgers stadium Oct. 19. The club
Me is a graduate of Yeshiva Rabbi'
which in sponsored by The Womanniversary lunch- VariHrakle is a past matron o( Sir-1 i* selling candy to raise funds for.
Israel
Salenler,
Bronx,
New
York
an's Club of Laurence Harbor, j l
eon party. Their guests were Mr. '• ius Chapter, Order of Faslern Star, the county 4-11 building. The first
and holds a Nachclor of Science and Mrs' Albert Woodin|;lon. Cane: Matawan. They wen' both i>radualThe Circle, Laurence Harbor. Mrs.
„
electrical project meeting will oa
Decree from Long Island Univer- May; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wank, ] til from Malaw.m High School and \ held at the home of John Mauser,
David Waison, who is in charge
ln(i
sity,
lie
Is
a
Slralhmore
resident,
of classifying
book', reported
an* members of the First Baptist, Donald Nesslage is the leader of
that many new reference books
married and the father of two chil- j N ^ l l . ' c r o s s w i c ^ ^ M i ' ' am? M r ? C'liuixh in Maiawan. Mrs Van-. (he electrical t;roup. Mrs. Carl MildrC
have been added to the shelves,
'"' « u
« •• ,
! Walter Benson
liiJpeweU: Mrs! Urakle also is u membi-r of the j ler was nam«l safely leader.
gome of which were donated by
Others On laculiy
| , | a r o l d L l . l v i S | ilo]mk[,n. M r , . R a , , Ladies Aid Society of the church, j _
friends of the Library.
They are ihe 'parents of one j 'Ihe Mid-Madison Woman's Club
Mrs. l.aiira Grossman holds a , n , l m ] Smith. West Creek; Dr and
llachelur of Arts Uvunu- in l-IJti-' M r s . U.Roy Close, Keyiwrt; Mr. ibufihter. Mrs. Uenlley. and have i " i l l bold a monthly meeting Thurs-,
During the pasl month, the trusy Oct. 17 al the Browntowii
'-an
mil Master of Science l > - a ,,,| ,\| rs . i ; j j , a r pjk l? . Mr. and Mrs. Uin grandsons. Peler and Robert day.
tees have been rearranging ili'j
School al S p.m.
nice in Lducalion from Queens , Uavid Martin. Mrs. Bertha Schanck Hentltry.
books on Ihe shelves, discarding
Cnlleye
She
laiifthl
in
Ihe
New
—
The
cancer dressing group (if til*
duplicate copies, and endeavorin;;
l**in
A Slralli(\lr'tlli^'orli C'ily schoiil syslrin.
A
! Mid-Madison Woman's C l u b alto overcome the crowded condition
nmre
ri'sitloni.
s\w
is
inarricd
and
advertise
tended
a lea yeslerdav at lh<
th,)
Magistrate Closes
Now is the lime to
of the present shelves. New slielws
luis two cliildix'ii.
'
cito Vc a il a'wwa )-,_P<»t : " 1 " . buildins in P i *
have been ordered and will he inthose unused articles i..
torr saie.,
Out
Four
Cases
Mrs.
Khoda Alexander holds
stalled In.the reference room and
\ small ad in the classified
MJ SS j o a n Patterson. Margaret
Kacholor of Arts and Maslt'r of
the adult fiction six I ion. They have
Magistrate Ralph S. lleuser jr., ciilunin will turn them into cash: St.. and Miss Susan Martin,
Arls
Dcurces
from Brookl\n Colbeen assisted by Mrs. William
activities
In
Ihe
fall
and
up
for
programs,
among
mure
than
130
registering
i Cheesequake, spent Sunday in LevRegistration for all
k'^f, New ^'ork. Sho taught in Ihe Matawan. Thursday closed out the lor you.
Weeks and tome of her Girl Scouts.
iltuwn. Pa.
winter recreation program sponsored by Ihe llolmdel Saturday, are Deirdre O'Keefe and Linda Slaplclon. New York City school system. She ielse of Paul I I . Olshefeskie. U9
September Acliviiy
Voulh AcllvHIe* Auuclalloii wa> held .Saturday al \ Looking on are Mrs. (itNirge Slaplvlon, Tracy Staple- is H Striithiuore resident and i s '
Broad St.. Matawan, on counts enDuring Ihe month of September Ihe Indian Hill School, l l a i l e l . Youngjdrr* signing' Ion »nd Mrs. Flnrcnce Knudseii, reglitrar.
married wild Ihree children.
i
518 books were borrowed from Hie
tered May -t by Sgi. Harvey Morlibrary, 22} adult fiction, M adult
rell jr., t«>rough |>olice. of taking
In 11*57 the township committee
non-fiction, 252 juvenile fiction and
Township
Republicans
a car without the owner's confelt that it was imperative to have
seven juvenile non-fiction. In ada referendum and have the people
Plan Dinner-Dance
sent mid hfiitg an unlicensed d i n dition, many of the reference books
vote on the matter. A^aiti the
were used at Ihe library by i l u er. The defendant iras declared to
members of the civics and legislaMaiuwan Town.ship Republicans
dents and business people.
be oiti of the siale f'ir an extended
tion
department
of
the
Woman's
will
send
their
campaign
imo
hi^h
Mrs. Becker reported that Mrs.
A surpii-it' bridal shower was gear with a dinner - dance this period, so the Mjilawan man's case
Mrs. George Makuk, president, Club went from dix>r to door enWilliam Chambers has been assist1
represented
the
Woman's
Club
of
couraging
the
residents
to
vote
in
held Sept. 29 for Miss Louise Wtl- Saturday evening al the Oak Shades, was relened in ihe Slate Moior Veing by cataloging books and has 1
r
catalogued 151 books since the last Laurence Harbor at an open meet- favor of the referendum. It was liiims at the Lilhiianian Club, l rec- l-'irehfjuse, i.am|>ai^n manager Nev- hides Department lor determiuai ing of tlm Madison Township Sevv- defeated by 17 votes in Laurence
' Don should he relorn
report was submitted at the July
hold. Decoration* were pink and in llnale has announced.
!
erajje
Authority
and
presented
a
Harbor,
but
passed
in
Cliff
wood
Dinner is slated for 8:."W p.m. 'fw-u accident cases were dismeeting. Mrs. Florence Holmes reI plaque on behalf of I he chib for an Beach.
"/'Ijite and a buffet luncheon w i n wiih Township IVjmmiltee Candi- miised when key wihifsses failed
ported that many of the past due j outstanding civic improvement. The
The Sewerage Disposal Plant has SLM\'ed. 'die shoiver was given by dales Frank Di?viuo and Si^nuuul to appear. 'Ihey were against Richbooks have been returned but theie plaque was accepted by Samuel
been completed and sewers are beKow.il.ski. (JOP sundarilbeareis .ml I . Stun, I I Wyckoff St.. Malare still some outstanding.
! Clark, president of the Authority. ing installed. It is because of this Hie bridal parly.
Mrs. James Armstrong, fund- ! Although the Woman's Club had
Miss Williams, daughter of Mr. as hnnored quests, l^iincipal speak- j w j u , on a ticket by Palrolmau
raising chairman, states that plans I spearheaded the campaign for se»v- long and strenuous fight for sewers and Mrs. John Williams, MOI'KUII- er will be Sun Richard K. Sloul Cai'meu Messina, borough |x>lice.
that the Woman's Club of Laurence villii. will become Ihe bride of Mr. and oihej- candidales of ihe cwuniy Au^. 17 and atiainst John MKiarare being made for a card parly
in November to help defray the • ers ten yenrs ago and was privi- Harbor is so deeply appreciative Richard Cilovich, sou of Mr. and slale will bv on hand lo endorse ry, Jersey City, on complain! ol
' Philip T. Simnis. Malanau, a pricost of the telephone. Mrs. Watson j Icgod in ihe prusentatinn. Mrs. Mu- of the work (torn* by the Sewerage Mrs. Charles (ilovich. Freehold, Mr. Devino and Mr. Kowalski
Dani-iriK has heen .scheduled from vine parly,
i.s schedule chairman for October '• kuk listed the following clubs WHO Authority.
Saturday.
i
had
paiiicipaled
in
the
effort
to
10
p.m.
until
'1
a.m.
to
ihr*
music
Also closed our was (he case of
for the volunteer librarians of the
AtltMidii^ were: Miss PefiKV Tai- of Ueiiiiiu Scribek and Ins orches- Leslie Wonlley, Malawun. on payhave sewers installed in 'he LauWoman's Club.
Fly-Up
Ceremony
etki.
New
Brunswick;
Mrs.
IVti'r
rence Harbnr . Cliffwooci Bearh arIra and ii nutlet supper will be inent ol a line ol $100 and JS costs
Hayes, Union Beach; Miss Carol served.
ea; The American Legion Post 3.12 Held In Cliffwood
Jim ticket by Capi. Riiberl McJewish Services
Ma^ee. Kreehold; Miss Irene Duv
and the Ladies Auxiliary; The Bus! Gnwan, Ixirou^h (Mjli.-e. Sept. 8.
.iack.
Mor«anville;
Mrs.
John
Wilinessmen's Association; Ihe Lau- A combined Troop Fly-up and ReTwo Area Youths
in^M.a. r. Ma^haH so RJV.II*
Friday evening services of the rence Harbor - Cliff wood Heach
dedication Ceremony was held re- liams. Morfjanville; Mrs. Charles
j Dr , MiHavvun. paid $.1 anil $J costs
Struthmore Jewish Center will be Republican Club and its Auxiliary;
cently in the cafetorium of the Glovicli, Freehiild.
Continue Studies
held at 8:30 p.m. at the Matawan the Democratic Clubs; the La.i: for oveitlut! inspt'Cliim on litki'i by
Others I'roscnt
Cliffwood Klementary School. The ;
William Vincent Collins is con- Patrolman IVter Hallock.
Township Fir.it Aid Building, Pros- rence Marl>or Kire Company and its
opening flag ceremony WHS per! Mrs. John Nimick. Mrs. Waller linuing his college education al Belpect St. and Amboy Rd., Cliffwood. Auxiliary; the Laurence Marhorformed by Barbara Schwuhl, Kathy Zeliroski, Mrs. DoiiKliis Dark, Mis. Iliont Abbey College.
lieliuont.
Ihe Oncg Shabbat which will fol- Cliffwood Beach Parent - Tcachi.T
Plan Car Wash
Denver. "Cheryl Olesky,
Nancy Alex Sastnkas sr.. Mrs. ('akin N.C., as ,i nieinbi'r of Ihe sopholow is being contributed by Dr. Association; the Linns Club and the
Hrienkowski, Coleen Hoyt, Berna- , Reid. Mrs. .William Abate, Mrs, more class The son of Mr. and
and M r s . Seymour I I Shore in hon- Needle Craft Club.
The
Ytmlh l*Vllowshi|> of
dt'tte Cnyer, Patricia Nicholson and! Waln-r Kazloski. Mrs. Alex AUKIIII, M r s . M . H C o l l i n s (»f (.lilTu4MK]. ' | . i M t
l
or of Ihe recent birth of their
"WITH JUST ONE rent-sized hom« loan payment'a
lliirtk)i'
PiKttisuini CornIn March 1953 Ihe Woman's Club Patricia Callahan.
!
Mrs,
Paul
l.awlor.
Mrs.
KranK
he is a graduat of Mal;iuiiu Hi^li niunitv Church will cmiduct a car
daughter.
organized in order to find a way Traditional "Wings" were pre- 1 V/alker, Miss Carolyn Walker. Mrs. School.
month, your money payi off principal and lnter#st^»
wash
Sumidav.
;i(
tin*
church
on
I to net sewers in the Laurence Har- sented to Paula Ceppnluiie. Patricia John Wilson, Mrs. George Mit ia. I'loyJ L. Hrown is ti member of i.iuirfiHf? Parkway from If) n.m. lo
meets laxe* and insurance premiums, too—until you
; bor - Cliffwood Beach area. Two C.rey, Janice Kramer, Mina Short Mrs Hli/abelh Robinson, Mrs. tins year's junior class al the Ab- 4 p.m. Arnui^AuiL'nls \MI\H IIIMNI .
own, fre« and clear.
young |)fople in the area had died ridge, Dcni.se Behrrms. Kathy ;.Michael Scoilo. and Miss Mary bey lie is the son of Mr and Mr;, i i)ui[>lfit'il hy \'f\vy Tuckt'i, advisj of meningitis which was attributed Unickcn, Debra Krancetn. Pat- Spradley. all of Freehold.
l-li'.yd K. Drown of '.'II Hmad Si . or, und Mi,is Joanne CiuM')\v;i>.
Stop by, ask for full details this week!
i to the cesspool .situation. The other ricia Nicholsen, Jncqiieline ParMrs. Robert Ciodlrwski, Tremuii. Mai.ivsiin aiul is A gr;uhiale of R.'d
j clubs became interested and, at a .siclt, Donna Assing, Theresa DerkHank
C.ilholic
High
School.
1 joint meeting, were addressed by er, Coleeu Hoyt. Terry Sral/.o, Uen- j Mrs. Rosen Fislier. Moruanville:
! Fred Crocker of the New Jersey ise White. Judy Htjrdeau. Jam* j Mrs, John Kossek, l-ji^lislilortn;
On CPA Committee
Plan Luncheon
I Health Department, who told how I'nnv, Anloint'lte Citii-iti. Jacqueline M r s . Frank Muller and l.lnda Milli other communities had aixom- Hoppes, Robin .Smith, Claire Taj»- j li'f, Jamesburjj. Mrs. Feler lurThe Moilii'is Cluli of ihtt I.JH- RuhtM'l W. »e.-ttit.T. I PA, Maiai plished sewer installations. f-"ol- gart and Margaret Wedemeyer. | lecki. New Hrunswiik; Mrs. John I'tMici! Miii'lK)!' Proii'slant CuiMniuni- W;IM. ha.i bi-en ap|w)inU*d a memj (amisa. Morganvilli'; Mr>. / e m ;iv ChtiM'h will stMvy A .spu^ht'iri Jiff of iht* ( uiKininee on (Viniriiiij
lowing
this
meeting,
petitions
were
Pally
Grey
spoke
on
"Why
I
Want
• Draperies
• Slipcovers
j signed by clubs and residents, and to lx? a Brownie" and Jacqueline I Kdiici/ky, Colls Neck; Mrs, T. hint'ttciin Wednesday, al \2 O'I lotk ' ITS' Arciiunlin^. of ihr New Ynik
• Bedspreads • Curtains
; the matter was taken up with the Hoppes and Jai -quell IK? l^arsick ' MiMidinii Mnri;anvill«: Mis. Al PIJ. IHKMI in ilie Wi'l»trr Mult of liie'Slule Snrieiy of ( V n i f i H Public
• Shades
• Blinds
i Township Committee.
gave their reasons for becoming i Inn, SpotswiMid: Mrs. Willis Hay.'S. t liurch. .Mrs. (lurry Meiwiri is AITOIHIIHIII V according lo Sainuol
Bci"t< S y s t i - m
Frd«'ial Ho
; Kllfjlislilnwn; Mrs. Allan. Zelli. •{(•neral ch.iiinmii.
-.1. Ouhott, President.
Junior (iirl Scouts.
Created
In
IftM
'Moruanville; and Mr>. Andrew
Complete Installation Service
Mrs.
Robert
Denver-,
Mrs.
WilIn June 195-1 the Madison Town' (ilovii'h sr.. Matiiilapan.
SHOP-AT-HOMK SF.RVICE
: ship Committee created the fir.it liam Taj4»an and Mrs. Wiilium i Sending f;ift.s were Mr. ami Mis
Sliowstead, Junior Girl Scout Lead!
Madison
Township
Sewerage
Auth717-4421
/ r e d Mufjee. l-reehold; Mr. and
ority. The first members of ihis ers t-onducied a rodctlicaliun cere- Mrs Anliionv '1'aMIUf»'\pn-ius, Hng! Authority were C. Edward Mickey, mony for their troops. Mrs. Charles i lishliiwn;
Mrs. M K hael Pussac k
Kagnor Wang, Samuel Clark. David Brown and Mrs. James Nicholson
Watson and Karl McLau^hlin. The introduced (.heir Brownie Troops af- Morganville; Mrs I- rank Srotto.
officers electetj were Mr. Wan^,ter presenting Winys to the fly-ups. Irerhold; Mis> Maureen flinad| bent, Freehold: Mrs. Michael SasJ
chairman; Mr, Mickey, vice chairloi;as and C,ur>l Sasinkas l-'rei man; and Mr. Watson, secretary.
Woman's Club Members hold, Mrs. William ri'M:.lley. Mor
Two years later the township
;.;:anville: Mrs Allieri (iiove. Frei
committee fell that a poll .should Report On Conference
•'hold; Mrs Aniliew fjlovicb jr.,
I be taken, and the civics and legisFmlcr,
IBS Broid .St., Shrewsbury
lation department of the Woman'.'; ' Mrs. George Mukiik. president of Jersi'vville. Miss Vman
'Fiou'la 35 • 1 mile South of
Club undertook the lask of polling ! The Woman's Club of Laurence i-ieohold: Miss Sally Vvn\. Murjjanville,
Mrs
Anihonv
Clovic
h,
,
II rd Bank)
the entire area, working very close- 'Iliiibor, has announn'd current acly wiih the Seweniye Authority. tivities of the members. She wasI'-refholil; utid Mrs AI •.'•I SuMokas
FOR A SOFA
Dally I lo 1:11
This took an entire summer, with ; accompanied by three department jr., Ficelmltl.
Frl. 'til I
Club members calling at every chairmen al t\y; New Jersey Slalt;
AND TWO CHAIRS
'/•'all Conference, Douglass College,
• home.
Directors To Meet
• on Saturday. Oct. 5.
! iMrs. Makuk attended the work : The hojid of direclors of '['lie
OR A THREE PIECE
shop on purliiimenUirv (Jiocedure, Woman's Club ol Laurence llarlior
will
meet
Monda>
al
7:.H)
p.m.
in
.conducted by Mrs. Car! F. SchonSECTIONAL
'gar. parliiirneniarv cnniitltant in liie home ol ihr pte-iidenl. Mrs.
I: the Stale Federal ion. Mrs. David Cwiii(! Makuk. Ill) Ravine Dr..
l\. Wal.son attended ihe civics and ' Malitwait.
BUILT O N
legislation department wr>rkshop,
conducted by Mrs. William A. Nic-i
YOUR LOT
Slat* Meeting
; ol, .slate chairman of the civics
Take the gu««* work
'! and legislation depaitmenls.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Ihe LaurMrs. Lawrence Moldeu uttcoded ence Harbor American Legion Post
out of decorating. Shop
r
the workshop in membership, at ,'t:t2 will meei Mundny p\ ening. ai
in i h i convenience of
V\1IHM Mrs. S. Herbert Taylm. b p.in. in the Legion Home.
>
southern vice president of ihe Stale
NO SUBCONTRACTORS
y
o u r home. See what
I federation, presided. Mrs. Olga
' Barker, allended the youth <-micolors and patterns comFree Estimates
Universal Home BIdrs.
| »ervati(iri workshop conducted by
Call
•Mrs. Conrad ( i . rhrirftiansen, >late
plement your decor.
. A Remodeling Service
LOwell (-4M7
ihainnan of voulh ronsei vatinn.
P.O. 1*1 M!
Day or Night
Rabbi Morton S. Haum, Director
nf Education for the Stralhmore
The Free public Library of Madison Township has entered a contest sponsored by (he Boolt-of-theMonlli Club in memory of Dorothy
Canfield Fischer, it was announced
by M r * . Olga Becker, president.
Awards ranging from $1000 ;o
$50(10 will be presented during National Library Week in April IBM,
to the libraries who meet the qualifications of-the contest.
Woman's (Hub
Presents Plaque
,.
Mr
;
a n
. . .
!i,M"'
.
Ji
|mcs
Bridal Shower
For Area Girl
LIBERAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
159 Main Street — Malawan
SHOP AT HOME
HOME DECOR
(AIL 264-7000
CUSTOM-MADE SLIPCOVERS
SALE
4 Room House
*84
95
Now!
'9997.
PRESTIGE
Georg« Tunnington
Succumbs In Miami
HKRE'S HOW TO -
Save On Meats
•
C«nt«r Cut
PORK CHOPS
•
Round Roast
BEEF
9
Spring Lamb
CHOPS
•
•
•
Frmh Chopped
CHUCK
Frtth Italian
SAUSAGE
Choic. Sirloin
STEAK
TAKE YOUR
CHOICE
'Ib
V/ord has been received ot the
I death of George Tunnin^lon. a forI ir.er resident
of Mahiwuii, in Miami, l ; la. on Saturday, Oct. 5. I9fi,1.
' Mr. Tunninyton wns a member
of Irinily KpUmpnl Church. Mat• a wan and Ihe tNliisonif l.ftd)»e in
Matitwan. He hud rcsifled in Mat! a wan for muny years beforn moving to Florida anil was ti br icklayL'r.
Mr, TuuniuKUiii is survived by
Ins wife. Mrs. lliinn.ih (Robert,
^luiw) Tunnin^Uin, and a dau^hliT,
Mrs. .John Morrison, Miami, mid
three «iandchildifn.
In "100 Club"
FREE I
I'KG. SCMICKIIAUS
BACON
WITH 15.00 PURCHASE
AND THIS AD
'Clip Ford Mutor Co, uunounci'd
Ihe election uf William .1. Maloiicy,
Id Miriam Dr., Matnwan. In Hit!
" 101) Club" rnnking hint it lining the
tup third ol all Lincoln - Mercury
inli'smen. He It employed as a
salesman for Wnll - Irwln Mnlnr
Co. Inc.. I'riiehold.
Call today f o r FREE
Decorator advice.
THIS EMBLEM
No Obligation
Shop ond Charge with Unl-Serv.
identifies your
WELCOME WAGON
SPONSORS . . .
firms uf pi estlgs In Ihe biininpsi
Custom-Made Draperies
Selcf'l f r o m n (iolN'Hion Tluil lurludcs
I'HIH'IK
- Miinds - Over-All
I'IMIIM
• Solids •
and civic lifr of your community
I'"IIMT"I;I<<S.
INTI;RI:SIED IN
PARTinPATINQ
Pli>mt Hall:
MRS. M. V. VEIL
I.IHI'.RI V H-5114
I Valtiiiii'; AJI I IK- NV>v ,Slii«d<M And
Color*. S A L K p r i m i NOW. W« Supply ^Kirtwjli"
AIMI IIIMIHII
Your New DnipcA If
Ywir Orit Will I t Rtady On Arrival
M
O C MEAT MARKET
« J
KEYPORT
C a l l N o w : For De<orator Advice... No Obligation!
264-7000
Fog* Few — First Section
1HI MAT/ WAN JOURNAL, N. S.
^Imtntnl
tEtje
Keyport Men-hauls Plan Silver Dollar Sto'ccpslukcs
reel natieiil care wilh i h r conse-
p j t i f n f s :omn ht'conits iht- f o c j l ;
po.rtt for p. 'n-nt t.;irt'. S c r \ i . r « ;irr
. * • • *Hdwd
• » • « •»v»r» rhuririav . 1 Ktvport. alanmoulli Counljr, N.
• V BROWN PUBLISHING »ND PRINTING COMPANY
* \s placed nn . n ys einhiv
J. liatMi Browa. U l l a t - Gtraldina V. Browa. AnocUU Ctfltuf
jim ex- j
I KA N Y
ii«,*te"«,<MrBS«
™.EHRAT10N ran be df-si-ribed us having
Mi(.'M.-s, " . M I I in -:«ii in- f-i:imii.i- risen frinn its pagiin origins tn an aura nf sanctity, only to
.'.on <if in.'enMv. i.ii.i -;n.:s HI jit-n- lit!) buck into devilry and misc-liief-imiUin};, titiiilly to rt>i-riil ImspiDls in thi lira: (mure. K ; l ; n ., |x'ii>?fii't'nt nii/.imiit; manv veins Inter. Iliat unimm
lfcft MatawMn Journal la a oa\Mpaptr 'ol tli« pvoplf, s*.? tha pcopit,
aaritorUrn paupla." IU aim la Is «»rvt tht M n mirriati ol U i l a m n <nd
rtclr.llv; la procnl all ul lha M W § m lha » « k wllHoui Dtai or urcliiiticc
m ctaan. ami*, canitrvativc manual. rMptcUna' lha inaUrnahla rlinu
tut cllliaaa. I X Ihtraat making |ta»lf wurlay cf Ui»|i cwilManra.
3
r\' primer
"Stomd-clmi PopUia PaH »l Mitawaa, Km j«r««v."
plunmn;.'
every p.meni
r
• .
i
i
t
r
n
"
*
.
i
,
»
i rwiin Incomes »n intnihivt i-iic • ft_-slivuy must surely (>•• ifallfju o - n . . . A l lhe dawn ot
I unit uittio.it the i.iss of i:. :\ai •>• | history, wicked spirits and tormenting devil.-- cast their spi-il
anil dij!ni'.y, unfortunately ihe by-' on t c i r i l i e d rnniiiins; nn i l l * last tlav nf the tenth tuon<h
product in most separaie m e n - , v e . u - i ) e n S i l i n a n
, | i e D , . u j ( l i ( . [.O,-(J o f ' l > ; i , h . assembled t h e
cart* f.icilnies.
Mr. riiesen twin'..
. , ,
,
,,
.
.
.
., . ,
slnlul
ed mil that the "patient cenier-d wiiLs.
CeinWen.'s were desecrated, evil deeds coinhuspiutl" need n.fi be more cos;;y milted in the shadows nf t h f harvest JIHJ.HI. and unbridled
to construct. HII.I can often be bu.it : revelry enabled some aiming the superstitious populace to
RaMwiilMlUt far Drpofraaaica l arron U Hmlla* la uw caal al iat » « t
aacuptai k j • « • arrar.
NATION At
Ihp nurtf of non-nursinj: dttlifS, .slif
will b? ,'hle to />ro\ idi* more iii- ,
• ('went
bene.i! to lfit* patit.'nt."
i
I'nder iht' l-rit.si*n concept, iho
•ittunHin iMi
M4-MM — i . M'Hi:i. U H I I ,
•and la U W. front * . , Kayport. N. J.
lalHcrlsUud Malat Payibla la Adv.nca
- i i w (wllhlii ttata)
f t at
a* M M * *
Thursday, October W, 1963
EOiTOtlAL
, il1
THURSDAY. OCTOBER I I ,
le5s l
'"M-
i nvn'i-oiiK- their fears . . . Allhullmvs' Evening became the
He iHiiriit-U out further wmi. v i g i | ( ) f H a l l o w n m . w h e n Pupe G r e g o r y 111 dedicated a
ihrotiuh llie use of an:om;ti;tni zm! .
, . « .-, , , , . . .
« ,, ,
„ *
i proper buiidmn pi.iKi'ainminK. Hi* .d l i ' P t - l ' " S t -P e l « " r » Basilic* to A l l the Saints, in the eighth
i number of tmiilovtes pei iwtiejii century, and designated N o v e m b e r 1 as: their collective
KmidenU of Matawun Township wilt be afforded a
I bed can be reduced finni lhe 11a- holiday.
T h e least was extended lo a l l Christendom by
wondtrful opportunity to really find out for themselves the
,(ioii»l dvi-ruitt; of 1.5 tu !4 or M Gregory I V in !W4 . . .
advantage*, to be offered by the election o a charter study
"Since two-thirds *if ilie I:DM^ ill
•
opijraiiii)! .. niiKlern ho-pi:..! is pa;- J N V ] . L E A S T o n e fiarl of l i w w o r l d . L a t i n A m e r i c a . October
commission Nov. 5 to determine whether the present form
roil.
Mr. l-riesen asserted, lii:s
, n, a s
1 ,,
1. .,
..
• f government is best suited for the community or whether t
ntraiis u more .-llniint upeiaiion • ' •
p i e s e i v e d a l l its I'eligiDiis significance. Hiving rise
in addition to a melancholy and colorful tradition involving
louu
Kustntn.il,
Al
Ouldiiiun
Jtud
Paul
Slmman,
.Silver
Oiillar
SwiM'psmkm
poster.
In
order
1
1
1
Iw
-"id
a
balamed
•fiothcr form would be desirable
;
tliKiblr Mi win, Miuppers must bv present ftir the
children.
O n the eve of A l l Saints' Day. t.iken offeriniis
The information will'come from Bayard H. faulkncr.; ^vt.n MW.Ay f r e € l 0a | l l c k y %hnvpvr ^ c h ^ i , . dr.iKinj ill thr lucky ticket Miinday al S: IS p.m. al
l\k\v I K I I I H l)< l lk:il i'< °^SI "''" l o i' s •""' delicate foods are made In "Ins migelilos."
•Uthor of the Faulkner Act, which permits modernization Slurting
Monday
A
n
d
cantlmiln|[
weekly
thcn-aMer,
M
d
d
l
l
l
tile
J.
J.
NVwtierry
I'd.
ilort-,
Weil
l-'rnnf
SI.
If
I
lie
g
y
|[ y
• ( • U l l ^ l l l | l " « l l « l l ' ^ , l i e >,„,,!, of ( |epan.,l childri-n who are believi-d to revi.sil
uf the lickei is mil
present, nn mldiliuniil 1119
d atreamlining
li
f government by
b offering
f f i a number
b of
f K«yiwl
Kyi lmerch»n(s
h (will
illg
i rnray
SIM
(h«f holder
f
amlining
ySIM
p
and
of
give
w«r(h
twieuh e i r IImines
llallinve.
(continued from page onei
K I I I I M . . . uaiiuiveen.
:is w e know it, wiis introduced
l l v r d( Har
» « • • P arl «' • * a l « P""nw.Jun .ponsurwl *»lwr dollars will he added lo tlif prit* In b* drawn
varioui form* fiTr miinii'.nalilipc to rhn.i^c from in an f f f o r t ' * *
beach for ratables. surd «< Hie b.\' the adoption ol pi'in'ltce.v ;i.s.s.>ci;iii>fl w i l h Hie ancient
,; M«ml»y.
y Tickei. -jbniiiud on« *««*.
torms
ror
municipalities
to
choose
from
in
«m
eimrt
,
t'ommliiwf.
Si«rt«
will
ih«
rolluwln,;
b
y
(h((
K
t
f
y
p
a
r
l
H
n
m
i
o
l
o
n
to function more efficiently.
b» . , * •tah Monday from ». a.m. |« I p.m. ami
ainuseiiieul paik, while the town-• r i t r s uf Ireland and Gr.-i.t B r i l . i i i i . — where some uf the
ion more elficiently
b
hM d I
I
•
i arr iw KtHtd
dlh«
h following
f l l wx-rk. Slurr owners
>l 1 d l l !
Mr. Faulkner has kindly consented to be the principal, tickcla may b* attained al aay itorc dixplaying ihtiheir
ili
arr not eligible.
" '
""'
origin;.) n.uKriliousing is still evident on Guv Kawkes D a v .
apeakcr at a forum scheduled at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Mata-'
— I
Defends IT«iH,sal
_ . . r A l t h e r ,),.,„ , „ , t , , . o n s w r , t e ( i ( , , r I n
. "
N^ppi
but
wisht-d
to
avoid
<h*
wan. Regional High School. Matawan Mayor John Mar*, jr.,
• William Vanllyke. half uwner in ,
town.ship'.s
bcin^
lak.-n
to
court.
noting the importance of hid visit to Matawan Township at
lour corporations which own the!
|i>OR M U C H O F tin- rural population of England Scot.Sjiencer C. Kmtoree, another adhlml
Ibis time, han designated Tuesday as Bayard Faulkner Day.
joining! owner, appealed to Vlr. Hc«- ' i ' V ^ h ' ^ M w ™
' W : ' I < > S ' : " u l " ' " O r k n e - V H n d Shetland Island's, the
And not to be overlooked, is creditable and successful ef.sky to change his plans uml develop !«...! MndiMiii Tciwiiships.' said lie sp'K'ky nislit was one fur bonfires, divinatinn. pranks and
on full . acre rather than half-ai'i* I maintained a beat h at his own ex disguises.
fort oi Lawrence Price, one of the candidates foe the charter
Vandalism would be blamed 011 the roaming
'l"h»
Matawan
Borough
Fir*
D
e
|
department
pqiiipm«*ni
con
lots. He told Mr. KiMsky all opposi- pence but the i:««t was inn greut spirits, and could he indulged in with more or less i m atudy commission, whose interest and sense of responsibility,
tion to hi.s plaint would disappear
A Wonderful Opportunity
7^"; Z^u^rX^!T'^fy- '»
prompted him to extend the invitation to Mr. Faulkner tu
speak to the townspeople.
I formed Washington Engine C'oniWe urge every responsible citizen of Matawan Township . . A litlle later, in 1877. .11 her
M
»f- «"'»•* ' V r a n l s
prep: td f r ihe
"
"
r
t
Irtick. The lire polic truck
I'rank Gra/juno. a (^iliven t'oin* traffic coneft, lights und mitice leader, chargt'tl the IHWKI liaphagen last week asked thai " ' K ' 1 1 * festivities by i-oliec-ting the ingredients from door to
or
Ladder, ropes pertaining to ptilice dutie.s. had no rixht to a.:t on the map uniil jthe ccimmiiiee rescind its M.p'nort door — probably the foi .'runners D ( children making their
to attend this vital forum, which we are'sure, will prove to! ™",} '"?'
""; Hook
"""* nnd
•"•'•-»«"'••
1 ;"|«
l.iuiiler truck is
time
developer presented a Stale I V - 'ol the program bul no vine w..s rounds chanting. "Trick or T r e a t ! " . . . This assumption i.s
1
. . . *. *
..
..
. r ,
Al Iliat lime Ihe apparatus wa* lhe nook tir
.tit liidders. rail*!v
U
be a source of a wealth of information and knowledge f r o m ^ n , , , b v 1 W I M J . | n u ^ both M. E. «,i,ipr*d
from with
11 ic* small rtKlu foot fnUI. partmi'nl of Health fiiificaiion o( ' 1 ? Vanhvke claimed ihe feder- " ^ "'" * v \ " f ' >» it was only after the vast Irish itnw h i c h voters m a y d e t e r m i n e their decision a t the polls Haley linse Cumpany and Midway |ir>»? from tlir :
al agents had sampled water along "iisi'ation of the late 1S0O s tJiat H a l l o w w n became really
^^''^"../ nm his heuehfrunl and as late as lulv popular in this country. .Mischief and outright destrui.-li.in
N o v . S.
I Hose Company were formed to j in>; bddtr 10 lhe lofty M It. i-x
m i s I a k l ... | 1 | s l
'complete iht prctenl day depart- , tension. It also has two |K>Mabli'
- IT found the water to h r sufe. He plagm-d village Hnd city dwellers alike, to the point 'if
^
_ Keil.'rators which pan itit|n |kr a f(K
nienl, said he would welcome l o
rhruofch Ihe years llie depart- electricity tu two sets of portable
^ * W : . X J » c a l l s i 1 1 ' ' »*••""•' «;»«•"' ^ •'"''lie offictals. Thus an ancient
Mr
the committee all candidates f o r ! n 1 l : n t went through many I r a n - ! Hood lights and a sniok<- i j n i n r . OI a awart lu in(
H.iv water was pillmed.
custom ciiiinecti'd with wilcrii'nifl had been pi:r)<ecl and asTo Ihc Editor,
mayor and the new Township I siiioim from hand-pulled apparatus ' and is equipped with life 1 in^r mid Gra/idno joined in. cliniinn^ llii*
hi>;ircl had * "imiral obligation." I Hans Iroehlirli. iS Ayiuioiit similateii by the I'luncli only tn revert to many of its
After many weary month* it Council. The new governing body, to horse-drawn and finally 11) the I jackets lor water rescue.
1
•eeina lhal the Taxpayers of M a r l . will be elected Nov. 5 and will mechanised deparnnent of lodav. j The M . E. Ha lev Hose tru.-k is no rnutiLT whal il.s Je^a] our nii^iil Lime, said ihe projei'i sliniilil he p r i m i t i v e , i n e a n i t i g l c s y , t r o u b l e s o m e i m p l i c a t i o n s .
approved if long - rnngt benefits in.
bnro Township are to receive re- take office Jan. I .
hi-.
Today the department is com- a I9.1U Ward I--, f r a n c H"
1 hide pievenlmg pail ut Ihe iown ,
lief on Ihe payment of unjust taxes
Recent community differences on prised of 100 |)er cent volunteer ; pump wliich carrifs 51MI ^allun4. of j
l
slup 10 the sea M r . VaiiDyiie
- r i t n ism was also ni.ide <>! >.;t|. man affirmed Iliat i l would take an
\ | i s . Alyi-e l.aihrop, anmher :ulfor lhe year of I H 2 . L e i us take a
zoning revisions to convert f a r m s | meniliership, divided into f o u r j w a t e r in the tion.vter tank
Tti 1*;
• 1.1111.td the bay water would 'cut " S I i | l''nienls atlnhuted to bur- allulavit from the side intending to
brief "took at Ihe record."
to home sites, M r . Lan/.aro said,! equal companies of 25 active mem- j trm:k is equipped v ith a wet uan-r U'i ale of (/pp;fj<li(ig. dt-notuired iht.' aim Tn-aMiie l!ake if lie Tailed to '.'l'r']
"""'•lls
IneMlav .,s )„- „•. u< ( -ihe uiiness's tesiinionv and Ihe
pidi-t-edin^.s
a
.
s
out
of
order
as
long
illustrates
the
urgency
of
some)
bers.
Ka.:h
company
has
an
as•
pnifiortioner
and
a
foam
^enctator,
v 1111
For the year of 19£2 the original
continue building his bench luid
'
' " ' l l l l - " l a r k ' C.-unc'Inian court declined to .iccepl the form
!
assessed valuations were fantastic, j form of lax relief " a t leant to si^tant dii*;f who must work four inith (if u h i f h lire ncctlt'U in fi^hl as George I . Saaiholt. a ncwlv-ap- eluluuger m;my hiinifs.
•olin .1. Walsh was quiit.-d a^ ,-.:y- (1f .il!id.,iit
submitted alter
this
ll.iliy |jo:nti-(l riieiiilit-T. ai-led. She ai'i-us.
The l a x rale was based on these 1 .wine degree" for large land own years to attain full chief. TI11.se j iti|f Muhhom n i l fir.rs.
Mi! Mr. Sliarki-y uoidd nfl< r 10 nolle- iwis given. The m a g i s t r a l
\U.
Tiitphagen saul the he;uii
"men ere incomplete charge at a l l ; truck is et(iiipi»'<l with « delnj!'1 t-il Ii 1 in ol a conflict of iriteresl in
more th.tn SIK.tlflO in .sewer capital said he would order the ease to profantastic values. Later these valua- i ors.
pn.'iecl,
\\
liich
i^;
esfiitiaied
tn
co<l
faking
a
place
on
ihe
tioard
when
M r Lany.aro said' "As trayor ' a ' a r m s : " " ' fi rt 'S.
Besides r o m - i n o / / l e which r a n throw ii|m.;uds
Huns were adjusted downward. But
improvement lunds lot 1!.«• :ie :n feed without the witness lor M r .
!'e was a hot;e laridownt-r WHO the liiwnship J'lli. 110(1 as p j r l ol a
'.'.JS (Kunled o u t t S r
Ihe taxpayers were required to puy I suppot* 1 am looked to for'lead-! "landing at fin's each chid has : u , 201KI salloiis »f water per nimuu- r m i d beiietn from sales lo devel- iil.il Sil'J.'I.Otttl. uottld not pi event
•it Joel's side, u n l i ' " the .iiiorney for
M
r
lhe original excessive lax, unless ership
At least
least I
I hope
hope ....
so beip.
At
, sp^cific duties, such as inspections.'on a fire if needed. Midway and ;i|)crs. M r . Vnn Kodei k joined lier
igbwaler •.lorm dan-.oge , ' | I H , l|e- ' • l | ) " ' 1 ' , " " " " 1 " " ' " " h v " 'l l " ' " ' : " ?
S.iv.tsky
would
accept the
alarm ; Wnshingrnn Kn^ine I r u c k
I S
| u
r
l ! u
they filed an appeal before Aug. cause that is why I am laking Ihi.si '"amienonre of wjuipmen
'lidcil
'in !mh'p
Ijuli'iiemlent Dciuoi'i at ' ' '
'''-"
' '"""•''• ' "
' ' " «' l.-rmv lor the delay of one more
m ihis. hi'ilding Mr. S.talhoff ri'pr.*similar M)o f;a!l.tn Ill-lli Suij;r.ne
IS. However, they were not ade-step. I want people to know where syMems. am, auxiliaries.
•
cnlrihut.on
is
nei'.r
to
v.:b,»(«l
:itn
week
f<,r
tinbringing
in a form of
stnit-d " a .specific g r o u p " uf land- tu\\iislii|i
c-.niiinitl(-e
citlidt'lale.
OperaliiHi!! Fxplained
pumps eo,ui|>petl w 111 2H« gallon holders rather than the people of
quately informed, and therefore I stand. But niosl of all 1 wunl
urj;ed a ni.tn- pet mam-nl waII tn SIUOIIO. lhe $10 Mil! llgl:;e was ;•-,. .ailllavil the <UUM lel|llired.
ihree pumps
The operation of lhe deparlnient
had insufficient opportunity to file ' lo
I do what I regard as my resuon-——
llie township at larj;e
picvenl e'osion I't' liudt rfl-'linn^h -Hilled to liase iu'eii m l.il.i n l , .-rrun by the Board ol Kire O f f i - ' c a r r v I (Kid I .'t
l
rived at in Mauw:in I H - U I M M I U .
l.llfiAL NOTICE
appeals.
tihility as an elected representative cers which consist of the chief., ;uxi
it tni£hl cusl mare thitn the YMi,
.Mr. Siiuthoff's ri.-sfxHt.se u.i.s
feel of I'/,-; hose, plus Scott
>uin:lif)n ii) )ioii>t'<» in ;JI- t!e\ch
(-'luitt'r
N.j
r.4«l
The total net difference between of all of the people."
Illit).
ileuiand that Mrs. I.athrop prudii-'e
Safely
ineni i.s fxpi'cn-tl tu he !,ni:ied
l l r . r o i Dislin-t S11 2
Ilie original unjust taxes and t h e ; M r . Lunzaro said he will ask member at .large from each com-' mask
imwi-r of altomey to speak for \ l i •;.
ection .i
HKI'OHT I D I'dNDIIION OK I'HK
the
•*oiiH*v\h;u U-ss than Hid buiid
I Township Clerk Floyd Wyckoff to p»ny, plus the Fire Commiuce o f ' m e n .
h'AHMKtlS A MhiHCHANTS NAper 111 ii>, I H T year IjfL.iiise ot '
TIONAI. HANK OK MATAWAN IN
: issue the invitations to all those lie the Borough Council.
These men I Anyone wishing lo joi/i the
l l
piohlcm. Al Sl'-'D jier h<ri-»,
TI1K ST.M'K OK NK.W JEH.SEV.
era.
has suggested.
H e said he will meet once a inonUl and decide on-awan Fire Deparlinenl muM In
\ny representations in favor of l i u t
this would ronie lo the fllllltlll .itAT I'HK l.-l.<l"K III-' HININKSs
p
fr.uii page one)
From Aug. IS, (deadline f o r (suggest the group be called the
owner
M r s . l.athrnp could proIllb'.lled 1(1 Mr. Walsh, bill it » n u
SKI'TK.MIH-'.II 3(1 ' . ' * ' .
,,
.
a[ion
and
equipment
of
•
tween
the
sues
ol
IS
and
1
5
and
t
l
l
e
p<
r
;h;il
it
does
nol
hecon.e
ft
siiurc
,
l.\ HKSI'ONSK I'd CAI.I. MAIIK
filing appeals) I demanded forgive- "Marlboro Fair Farm Assessment the deparlment. They are respnn-: live in
If any per- duce no such power of aitorney. -o
Th
li i the Borough
- lor |u.si <me veai. not ihe l o r i l
n v n i M I ' T I I U I J . K I I o i ' T I I K Cllllaesi for Ihese unjust taxes, "again. Committee."
sibl« lo Ihe Borough Council for, sons are interested applications launched inlo the hitler personal of st;ij;naut puddles.
witnhiilion
HKNi'V.
t'NIJKH SKl.TIOS S21I.
John ,\!u!ler, sanilarv jnsjieclui
and again, and again," and insisted
attack on Mr. Sa.ithdff and his 1110the running of the fire department, are available at any firehimse.
Mr riark revealed the < « „ , " * " K V " 3 ' ' l t t
said that it v>us oiilv the foiliiitou
llves.
It could and should be done. Every
u
h
member of the governing body, us
Daniel Golden. Souih Ri\er at- devel.ipnteiit of having hud ii d r
".?*or>"":"!"
i •!" A u : h ?In;ir
-•<:.... «.,»,..„
•/.„• ,.
l v
arikK, a n d
" o u l d be SIW | » r house.
well as their legal advisors, repeatlornev, accused the boaid of keep- siiiiimer thai kept the aren from
Ilhl
• ri pMii'*?h*i of v<• I•
iicing
a
niostiuitu
hreeding
suiirce
'
-^'laikey
pr<iix>s«l
lo lhe tmrarily said that nothing could be
ing insufficient
minulrs
in lU:sl
Not A B..r..ugh Street
i " " " " »»« J;l: "'v l«-r h..;,.st. fur the
•nne. Five days before Election
there was no suitable reference to
llul he and l-red Mailer, board i S 1 ' u l r >eiMce. ihe A M I ;
l y g.riremarks by hi.s law partner, Irving
Day their legal advisors discovered
picsid.Mil.
agreed
there
WHS
nut
' " ' " l l l t " remainder of i h i ' Slill ' o r
Tabman, in behalf of Anton Kckel,
a way to remedy this wrong, la
,„ . ..
, . . , ,„„,„,,.,,... .
Communication
I W c d Sircci
:•
Democrats Open
Campaign Hall
months later, just before Election,
Ihe Township authorities announce,
ill be done noon
'
Sets Forum: Township Leads
Issues Platform Voter Registry
There a r . !M< more persons in
The Republican Club of Malawan |
quarters for Malawan Township will hold its regular meeting open Monmouth (.ounly recislered lo
i I" 011 P i " " «>» Sunday at the Cliff- to the public tomorrow at Kr 3(1 p.m.
!v0°" ' nn > Over two hundred Demo. in order that the Pariv's candidates
I crats from all parts of the town-
l l
' i" 11 " 1 !! and paper ,v,,rk a i d
a Morgauville owner, in the min- I.inch the lioa.d loulrt do aliuul "
utes covering the .ipposuion at 1 gi.lling the street levelled off In servicing of the mams i ins would
prior niet-ling Hi lhe U S. Homes A eradicate the puddles as it w the ' " ' » SKiSWI annual gio^s for ihe
De\ elupn'eril
liacl.
Hut George |Misni(in (if Ihe hoiuugh
("enlcr borough hv l!i*>fi.
C r e e w , a township cotnnul leeman
Hoomtarv la I.;
r\\e. lias uevei lieen k-g.dly takenL
told M i . Golden tlial
Mr.
l a bover.
I h c i f / u r e Die boruogh can '
Two more nii.sronr. pl-ons vvi-,»
man had promised to furnish the do no work nn it Mr. Mullei ion- assailed. One is lhal I .ike 1.elicits
SrCitMurv. William Mt-ver, u i t h a finned he had tried vears liefnie is someiwivv a Ijorough i.il.e It -A ay
sleno^i »[>!iic r e i u r d taken jti th<llie pieMMil comictl was in o f f k e lo (niinled tmi that Ihe titie (.f liie 1«>rhearing tintl it harl ool been done
gel help lor ihe residents of ( r u l e r
uier Fr.inns A. Spinner I si i l . i k e
" Y " u \i.ii| get i l in due tune, ' .'we and for l l a r c . i g Hlvtl. and rt l.rfleMs l->!ales land) i«ies to
he
Mr. (toklen told h i m . " i f we seeluunber of unpaved streeis in his eenleiline of lhe ere* Kind .'it : h»
aiea. onlv tn run nun the mad bo'loin of llie lake, as doe* Me
lit 10 make a Ji5(l iiansirnpt."
Ihis !t-d 10 iiilter a l l a i k (in the
block Ibiil the Imriiugh inuld not ' ' t i e for several
olN r
Mjilron
Uiard's ninutes liv ollii-rs who hud.'.|»end uinnev on slreets nut ijevdi tl [Mcpeiiics.
assailed its riohries at prior meet- lo it nor impioved for inking w>*r
Talk bv < (ium'iliri»n '.v'.ils1! ('! •
ings and luid not been i|uoted 1
1
1 Ir. the borough
lev it I development in Ihe l e x n
:lie full lonle.M of Iheir renuitk.s
Mr. Wilson felt Ihis a shameful Rd. area vvas d e c U m l iinfoi'iuled
Mavor i.an/aid said he tinted I I .'Juilg a* liif owners of ihe 1'tl hou*.
jn so far as Madison v , (iinenied.
see pifi sons «ervinji on public Uid
es on ( e i i l e i
Ave [KJV t a x e s
An ordinani'e adoptfd l:i"l ve.ir dties as "\olunle(-l s" being ' i:ruci
aiuond J'itin and J'llKt |MM Imu'-e or nies appiuval of more ili.iM -.»tl0 li-li;
f i e d " in ihis w.iv for politiciii anil
miitl H \f.\i ;v tn anv one ik'M-lupei nm\
persona) purposes Hiil M i s . K.iu-iii** Uirouyli. su .veil' ciiiillpd in SCT • ' t l i i n w i n " xitKtrtlinitt-^ fo nn•:• n- l><*
Idik^son. anuiher >[rtcl.tlor, insi'-led . let's
I I f (lei l;n n l hll lh*' housi •> '. n n this i «n rc-nlt in ci !inui»f , ' '
Mr. Meyer was s.dHried and stmnul " t'Tf nf ji | \ pi- i hf* horou^h ((Mild hr pt osit til ion.
7
be i-hnrKed with leprodiicing lhe piouiJ of, f x r r p .
ifiiil lh* 1 hai U
coininenl. But Mavoi l.iin/aro nol
Hnirn! ihey nr.- M*I H^HHIM i^ tlis
ed il would take Ihe hiring of a pin fi^uit'd 1>\ iIn* (k'plnrahfc - ftuikni}!
each taxpayer must pay a fee of I
deadline lfH.U.VJ peiMins were regis| I 0 for Ihe privilege of filing »n ,dancing and refreshments, official-! The meeting will be held in the tered a.« eligible to vote.
"appeal" for refund of this unjuM ly began with the arrival of Cov. Hook A Ladder Fire House o n ! Ten ol ilie county's 5.1 munu'ilax. Is Ihe Hate H I poor lhal it must ! Richard J. Hughes, who cume to Broad St.
pnlities showed losses in registered
charge a fee for correcting an er- Ihe lownshlp for this occasion. The
This year's election is of particu- ; voters. They are Ashury Park,
ror.-' Surely there must he some le- Governor in a short speech urged lar importance wilh lhe mayor's I Hmdley Beach. Fair Haven, Farmall of those present 10 work for
gal way lo permit s blanket ap- 1
seat, two council seats, and ta.x I ingdale. Freehold. Keansbur);:. Key1
the Regular
aeal, thereby saving these IM0 tax- the election of all 01
pnsls : piirt, Moiirnonih Beach, Shrewsbury
this Novem- collector and tax
i Democratic candid
aayers collectively (13,(100.
Township, and Union Beach.
ber ind urged specific support for up for election.
i Ashury Park, which also showed
(Signed)
(•Of* Plalfccin
Mayor Earl Moody, candidate for!
a loss last year, had Ihe targes!
Fred VonRodeca
State Senator and .Itm Fur lew and ! The GOP campaign conimittpe drop this year wilh a decrease of
John Mfirz jr., candidates for unanimously endorsed a platform 180 registrations.
The largest inTownship Committee
to give top priority to tax relief crease was in Malawan "lownship
He also urged that all vole is through attracting desirable indus- with 1322 new voters.
MiddleWHEREAS. Bayard I I . Faulkner. work for and vole for the passage , try, establishment of a tax study tow n Tow nship was second highest
v.irh
981
new
registrations
followed
Ihc author of Ihe Faulkner Act, of the Turnpike Bond Issue refer, j commission and speeclv impleine.iby Neptune, with
has been invited lo speak at theendum. After speaking, the Gover- tation of a master pltin.
new voters.
H*l*w*n
Regional High School on nor met with and talked to memIhe iaige i n n ease in the number
;
High
priority
platform
pledge*;
inOctober 15. 1963, at « o'clock. P.M., bers of the group individually.
of registered voters in Malayan
Candidates Preseai
: clude elimination of closed execu- Township icllects Ihe nunibci of
acevAiling time, to discuss "CharJJ
1 V * . ' . i ctit i \' in
a ree- M I P I - I thiil passes in frirtii nf them.
ier Study," and
The candidates themselves and tive .sessions at Borough (Council new families thai ha\e inuved into D i d Ii illv <)tf. thU' t h a i
IMlUI
(rriMiimJed from (M*:* 1 onel
meetiiiRj,. improved and enlarged • the Slrathmore - at - MHtawnn deII
is
imporlanl
to
,
members
of
the
Monmouth
County
,
.
,
;
WIIKREAS.
o'. <T \s iiel hi-r
low n^hip
ptji
:
frv " I i i^St'C t nnd i
lies, a.loplion of velopment. Well over JOtK) homes have
si ton Id svt ve a bench ,\ .in .1111
Ihe citliens of die Township of Democratic organization were also ; . u i state nuiIdinu Code
replace ' there have been occupied. I h e led '
Malawan 10 be Informed regarding P r t « e n t » n d P^'nok in the open- « "J'*'"
5,' J'"^
'„.,
OormniL-k
"1'nfMitt,
•
.
..nvtrn
; in
ml1
1111
Ihis subject;
ing ceremonies. Mr. Moody, Paul
"*
standards ma restora- ! increase boosted the number of
M'pernti'iuleni at !;•*• \ n i ' ' i " an
Ui)fiiiiun-d Irom page ne)
tion of memorial trees and preserNow
TiiKBFFnRi?
i tnh™ Klernan jr.. Cornelius Guiney. I.eo vation of the borough's naturnl as- registered \olers in the township
h
hnt h
!he nuivor
ton.- Whcitu.n tikis', ( n , I - . , , !
to 1(448.
iiit'nlcd. " W e c:ui'l
iU> {•\fi\\h\uy
\ » ' H n l A w . , t o a p p < ' » r ;i • n • - \ : n < - - « .
sets
New ipgistralinn figures in other
tconlinued from i
I., ( t t K C
A r>-[ri>ri f h n n . f . i h i - t ! ^ ' p ' " ' ' l f bayshore municipnlities- are Keyj
Ihe
basis
of
his
bio
M
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s
i
d
t
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n
i
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n
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n
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a
p r o i r « . * '•t-i \ I T . <K •
1 ( I n iiHtul
October 15, IM.1, "Hayard I I .
•: purl, .1111; liiiinn Uearh. 'J»(I5.
perieiu-e and naming
Dr. l'
Faulkner Day" and urge'the citiOwner Abtolved Of
I Raman iownsiiip. 7:105: Maiawun
slated iliat llu're wo ltl he
fivt
.Special thanks went to Kay
;!i;il n n l \ i i v u M M T H
i n ; l i n ' " ii i
n * " i t n s< i \ n r . t l u i l !.*•. M e .L . | n •»•
aens of Ihe Township of Matawan
! H»n.««ll. WI7J: Ke»n5burK, .I.'.M; . j ' " ' '
of M.iff afrilian
t'.ts
; u c i m f i n f e d i n \iu> p r o p o • *-d ' * ' , lnm titit^icii
0 > r .ihf«ft),i
nto
to attend the above-mentioned Stringer and Ihe rest of the Imli'.'s Septic Tank Count
I Marlboro
Tim nship. JM, a n d I ' • ,
Staff. A (Vmsu
1
•Mel ing so that they may be in-who did * wonderful job of handlHolmdel Iownsiiip. Itifill. lhe
\
i
l
;
v
e
I
1
,
;
A
boartl n l lieallh
r-oinplaint
•d
: Staff.
\Ied:c;il S
r \ir
tn M: S (|m-*-) Mined l i d - v. r i l c i . - . r.* Vi p
formed regarding the ahove-nven- ing nil Ihe arrangements. The
Cliffwood Inn on Route :IS will ajj;;iinsl K. A lUiyay, Newnrk. JIS
id
111.1i! M
'dn ill S M ' I ,
I t w i u l i i i n d»r *Jfl \i-;w*.
in l i ^ t i l nf • h f 1,1 -.1 ! i | | .
ttoned subject.
serve as Democratic heiidquaners owner of the premises at III Pros- Observer Ar World
•hi
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Mayor,
mainder of the campaign.
(|iiashcd
liy Mcigislralt'
Harold Medical Conference
vf. \^ fniid he i'\ •' ili'ibli' .11
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Township of Matawan
Iihertiian. M.itiiwan T uvviuliiii. lues
Inu uij! drpa*! int'fiis in i l
4-iki-d li«i« l i ' i i v tin- Si.pt-d
In-- h«i1 i i i r n i i l f i i ' d
KTUOIn addiiion lo fiiticlioning us the
Proclamation
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Lanzaro To Form
Farm Aid Unit
(lay.
Chiirlfs .Short jr.. lieallh incenter of operations
for
the
spf-finr,
licensed Mr. Hiivay to
"Moody for Senate" drive, the Inn
l i . i w p<Tin 111 e.l a ^i.pi i*' liink on
will be hcadqttarturi for Mr. Burlhe pi emisc4. he nuns tn lia\r OVIM
lew and Mr. Mar/.. Workers will
flowed ;ind hcinme nuisiim e t n the
IV. Hiil rv I'oppk-k. M.iple PI .' •;»!: \If-(l n;i n» . sin JMMV. <
l:''V|virl li.rs been named n.s an ob-. JIIKI ^vnccnliirv: p''(h;il rn :
l.uiml
server
i n represent
the I'niled 1 i>n>. .ind piiilmlcvy. I T
PlM|MT
Si all's t onimii'ee al lhe I7lh An
tiif* hit -ic pohry
nual General
Assenihlv
of
the
s iha 1 IK ) t'liiimi
t'f
p
Win Id M ( ( l i i « l AssociiiiHifi nl :hc
nude ( tf *'(f(V !(1mi'iir h;iv e h
llolel ( niuiiirKlore New Yoi|< flct
ip of i i(iiv;du.i!«
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be on duty each evening and all
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prn
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day Sunday to distribute liirraturr
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and Information lo interested rrij
Mr. Sliori u i l h s
il a w i i l w i i n g
Mayor Joseph t.anzaro, Marlboro
dents of Malawan Township. He ;illtic-k by Niinr.iin .1. I'lirne. K r v
iioi r . i i s r H I M * * : , t h e n i i U ' i r p f o m i s ' - s '">^> Uv .niit S*it. t i c ' • • i r \n • H
Township, announced loday the
••.\i:
fre.shmeijls also will b.1 served.
new l.nloi v MI
, pin I. on his 1 1 "ili-iil i.ils iis ii heullli
formation of • civic coiniMltir to
nii
ni.-c
cur.
ui]J lie Vice I'rt'.siri m J.VJJ,ra
p'ninlv hv llie r''ni|\
c|,.
iii5|K'i'lfir. |T.nle A II11I tin' other
promote adoption of Ihe farm land
don
hcrl K, •liltv
nhnsmt.
MjiytM"
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of
Aram
Cafilaniy
s
hiHi!t
oi''lii iluii irui
'• v\ idenee ^uljinittfd tiy Mr. < urt ie
assessment proposal to be voied
Winner. Dr. R. \ Siiilu*, prcsldcnl , ;ui M.l). of \|;i!,tw nn. Atirith.iin
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his
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f<IIIVinri-d
the
ciiuil
Strathmort
Man
upon at the Nov. S general elfc!
Indian Medi rnl Asitii ui
S fiillis, M l l of Middlelown, and
Mr. Hug.iv hnd Mad Ihe Umk pmp
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nj! prt'iiidenl;
Dr. !'ic|ier, wiil lie expnniled for
R*ca>iv«i lictniei
. Dr. Kd('(-onlinut'il
(me)
,erly efpiniF'd out ami H'p.i irf^l nm\
K.
Anms.
pi
,he
lle said llie constilntInnnI change.
the |>re|iiii-.!|ion
cf medi-'af hv f.nvs OtmiMillrfin.iM Hiirrv I;.
fenl nf
|
tbnl Ihe o u ' i l l o w from the Innli
Medical
la sllow assessment of farmlands
i ialion
l.eon M. Constant, C.I'.t'.U., 111. was lo lie atirihiiied I n tinilu. 1 use Anicrjcnn
cr. l l u'diild t.iki' only ftiiniticr n'-^nd staff nc^ani/anon planning.
at their present vnliie for agrlcul- Sind person In receive the htMii of waliM flowed into the tank by WMA pi.'M
rli-ct.
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H l l N M I l v-' I t.l I'. II
Hlivc Vdlc w hen il m p u - - i n . d in •
l\\plains Opcriillnn
Ii) I I ' l l ! : \ It h
lure or rujrlicullure, instead of HI ante ediiciilioniil ami professiona 11 Irnnnl.
At Ihe tiiffiiri^ (if doctors hnii ihc governing rVnly d e l VI lo U'1 •
il
Mr. Hurray Icslihcd he
N V I Mi I', ', f , ' , M ' P I
mandatory true value for rom-ilesigmitlon of Charlrred I'roperls liiid nrdeieil the leiiniiis 10 iniive.
ft'/tt ihf I ,ik/- LrfU-rn f-Atji-s prt, .<
this wtn:k H prr^rntiittnn
t>! i)v:
l I iilf
merclHl or residenllnl dfvelii|inii'in,
phiWisnphy bv w Inch (he him|)ital j x i s . i l , M J I ( a w . i n o f f i c e . i l s ( i n d . i l l
p n t , and (.'asuallyyUnderwriter,
r,a
a (i«m
CiHinter
ennlplliinl 1 ; (if fissilllll
filed
\% citild he ojM1 nn ed •.«. ;i*i jn csfnU'fJ
" i l • key I n the future t r r u r i l y n o w nunihiTlnn over .MMHI. trcenily u e r e enlrred by Arlluir ( i i i i h c r
d
(((ititimicd fititn pn^r out')
hv Ciftrilnii A. I T U M - I I (if (,<>rdon i h a i r n n t h e t n h j f r t u I U T I I h c i t c | I
anal
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Marlboro
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THa maynr •sld he will invite
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
TrwrnJoy, Odobar 10, I f 6 3
Township History
Told At Meeting
First S«c«i«n - Pog« Fivt>
Matawan Adult Education Classes Arc Proving Popular
Booster Program
Held By Grange
Club Open* Season
A Orange Booster program was I
Encompassing the needs of the
! held recently in Liberty Grange | "Am I Putting My Best Voice
organization and the new building,
; Hall, Marlboro. Approximately 50 and Personality Forward?" was a three • part budget was preparj persons witnessed a pageant, "Pil- impressed upon the members ol ed and read by Mrs. Chailes Rain! The Woman's Club of Matawan, atid, assisted by Mrs. Calvin
! lars of the Granje" given by the
| officers and c-onunitlee chairmen Inc. by Mrs, Dorothy A. Voss anO Pcarce, Mrs. William Bowie aid
j portraying the Grange as the (am- n'ie'ji7n J. Alexander at the first I Mrs. Bayard Lnmborn. The budget
ily, farm and coniimtiuty organi/a-, ,, a rkh of the season held in the > detailed the financial demands of
!
dl of the Trinity Episcopal I the Federation and philanthropy;
tlon.
"
Church, Main St.
) administration and operation. Mrs.
A Bible cennoiiy was condtieted
Tlie importance of a clear voice j Abell introduced the officers for tlie
I in memory of the charter and and understandable diction was | coming year and heard reports of
I other deceased members.
: stressed during the program "Your j the chairmen.
Hosiers
A program on the coming an-! Voice is You," presented by the
Foste Displayed
Posters for "Clean-Up Week" in
niversury of New Jersey was pre- j New Jersey Bell Telephone ComMalawan
were displayed. Tlie
sunted, A tableau, "The Great Seal • puny. Mrs. Voss emphasized that,
of New Jersey" was shown while ; on the telephone, the spcatjer has club had conducted
contest
readings, The Garden State
y
pj
i among the studentsof the Matawjn
"My "'
New Jersey" wer
en. A ; thoughts and attitudes to thcTlisten- Regional High School.' Tlie judges,
Mrs. Allan Morrison and Mrs. Benfilm. 'This h New Jersey" also j er.
jamin II. Dennis, assisted by :a '
At the conclusion
The New Jersey Slate" Grange was Imembers were, given an oppprtuni- committee, selected Barbara Fetlt't
psstc'r for the first, prize of $5, Ellen '
j
(
Schwartz's poster for the second
A special committee was electprize of J2 and Richard Haynes'
ed to investigate various types' of
poster for the third prize of $1. .
parent-teacher associations. At this
. A membership tea is planned ia
time the association is non-sffiliatjamin
lloyce
represented the
the new club house. Mrs. Joseph
Opening Message
«d but plans to make a decision
county organisation. Other guests
Pekar,
garden department chairIn
her
opening
message.
on the type of organization by the
Astak MiiKallM ctaMcsi al MalawM Regional High School report ship; Mark Whitney, Instructor; Howard Drake, Malawan Township, were present from Allanlic t.len-1 A b e n i n l r o d ', l c e d her motto forMrs.
-he man, announced plans for Mrs. Wilend of the year. After the general
* '.» enrolM fw I t different courses thai a n being offered, and Mm. Eleanor Gehricke, Sltalhinore. The spring semester will dola, Moninoiilh and Swedesboro , .
, n l , .. L c | . s B e liam Johnson, as l guest speaker,
V l a r . . , e , . s Gobusiness meeting, Mrs. George Mc- Above, (left
eftIto right).busy al wark
wei la the woodworking class, are Mlu •tart ia January. All persons interested In registering for courses in
" Mappy Doing it." The club is fac- and instructor for a course in tlowUniw and her committee present- Adele Vtgne, Unto. Beach; Mrs. June M. Dougherty, Malawan Town- the spring semester, may obtain a Ikl tu Iw offered al the high school. Grange as well as other tnciids.
Accnrdion
solos
were
given
by
ing
its
most
challenging
year with er arrangements.
t
ed a narrative of the history of
Nicholas Snlvetti and l-.dward Wen-; the new ownership of its first club
A covered dish luncheon is planMjlawan Township entitled "A
del.
] house. The final title closing for ned tor Monday, Oct. i\ at 12:»
I'uge From History." AccompanSeven
members
were
eligible
for
:
the
former
church
hall
of
the
Pint
p.m.
in the parish hall of the Tr.nied by projected pictures and with
silver slal rertifiealcs. represent- Presbyterian Church located on ity 1'piscopal Church. The program
Die help of Mrs. .lames Snyder,
ing 25 years membership in theJackson St. was signed Aug. 9. will include John Harding Best. Aashe told'of Indians, early settlers
organi/ation;
The building now is being repaired sistant Professor Kducation at Rutand the beginning of railroads,
d remodeled
d l d for
f occupancy be- b ;ersU University,
i
i
i and
who will discul
banks and commerce in the area.
A .social hour fnllowt.'d.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Nelson
I.mill)
and
Mrs.
George
Shaw,
Redington
Mrs.
Harold
Lewis,
Jcrcay
City
On Thursday, Mrs. Leroy Sickles
lore Christmas.
"The History of Education" and a
Displays of antiques and historical
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Waller
liramm
atShores,
Fla.,
is
spending
two
weeks
and
Mrs.
Kuyimind
Smith,
Perkasentertained
at
bridge
and
the
winPlans were discussed for a sliow- talk by the delegate to the Citizenitems were get up by David lingertended a dinner dance at the Nas- ie, Pa., were the Thursday fvenin" Regular WSCS Meeting 1 er for the new building, with a su;j- ship Institute in June at Douglass
bretson: Millbrook Farms, Charles ners were Mrs. Thomas Welstcad, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kl- sau
Inn, Princeton, Saturday even- dinner guesls ul Mrs. llcriliu Story
'
gested
list of the needed items to College. The alternate to the InstiSchock Jr., of the Farmers and the hostess, and Mrs. Paul Egan. more Katlnor.
Held On Monday Night ! be prepared
Schunck.
by the building coni- tute will also be a guest.
Mi'.'hael Druzbik, Park Ave., is n ing.
Merchants Bank; Mrs. Meiindj Other guests were Mrs. William J
Rahul,
-Mrs.
Frank
Bliss,
Mrs.
David
Courtney,
son
of
Mr.
and
Weekend
guesls
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
;
mitlee.
which is beaded by Mrs.
surgical
patient
in
Mnnmoutli
MediMrs. Donald Robinson was hosSaccone, lifetime resident of the
The regular Hireling nl the W.iMrs. (ialen Courtney, Storyland Peter Mrlnick, Schenck Ave., weic
' John I'.gjileston. The American pitality chairman. She was assisted
township, and Mrs. Mac Dominick, Clark Moore, Mri. Gerard Devlin, cal Center.
and
Mrs.
C.
Karl
McDonald,
ElizaEstates,
is
recuperating
at
home
Mrs. John Melnick, Mr, and Mrs. ol the First Methodist Church, • Hume Department will meet Mon- by Mrs. Lamborn, Mm. Louis E.
Mrs. E. Murray Tofld, Holmdel;
Matawan librarian.'
Miss Mary Emma Stack, Perth after being a patient in Rivcrview Nicholas Sawchuk and son Niclm- Matawan, was held in the church clay, and announce plans for theHeiscr. Mrs. Dominick and Mrs.
Mrs. Dominick also announced beth'.
las, Peahody, Mass.
Franklin Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cromwell Aml>oy; Mrs. H. O. Jones, Miss S. Hospital.
that the Strulhmure branch library,
Monday night with Mrs. Arthur affair.
located in lite Stralhmore Ele- and Mr. and Mr*. George Smith Ellen Hancy, Freehold; Mrs. E. tl. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gomllel:,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wagi-nheri;, Rissmiller presiding. Mr.s. I-'rank
Dominick,
Mrs.
J.
F.
Dominick,
spent
Sunday
in
Pennsylvania
and
mentary School, opened Oct. 7. UnSlralhmore, attended homc.roinim? Little Neck,. Longg Island;; Mr. anil j Sweeten
.Sweeten led the devotions
devotion* and
Plan Benefit
Tempfe Holds Art Show
der the direction of Mrs. Robert dined tt the Collegevllle Inn, Col- Mrs. Ralph W. Hcrrlck, Mrs. J. F. at Penn State over Hie weekend. Mr.s. Harold Koniblau and Selii; | hymn sing with Mrs. Kmersun l.isk
Hostcttcr, and Miss Mary Lisk
Welser, a committee of women legcville, Pa.
Mrs. David R. Kass and chil- Wynn, Hushing, were the recent' accompanying ut llie piano.
The
Sisterhood
of
Temple
Torah,
The women of Tcmplr Sholum,
were
the
guests
of
Miss
J.
Mabel
from tile association have worked
Mrs. Rose Primus, New York,
dren, Strathmore, were the. week- guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Norman
turkey Old Hridge, will sponsor a smors- Matawan Kcre hoslessci Thursday
Future plans include
to assist Mrs. Dominick with the was the Monday luncheon guest of Browh for dinner at the American end guests of her parents, Mr. and Rosenblatt, Slrathmmi;.
dinner
on
Klection
Day,
Nov.
Hotel, Freehold, on Friday even- Mrs. Irving Mack, Brooklyn.
preparation for the opening of the Mrs. Nit Kippel, Strathmore.
Mr. a.id Mrs. Franklin S. Thomp- clam rhower sale. Oct. IS and C|Uh't gastord and antique show at Clare evening at a get-acquainted hour
ing, and the group later ployed
branch.
anil art show at the Strathmorc
several days
Mrs. Raymond Smith, Pcrka»ie, canasta at the home of Mrs. Jones.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. son spenl
p
y visiting Mr. day service. Oct. 30 at 10:30 a.m. and Cony's, Routes 9 and 34, on
Pa., was the guest for several
Henry Kiechlin, Marc Woods, were and Mrs. Alfred Rubens. ocono j he prugrarn chairman, Mrs. Rk I- j Thursday. Oct. 24 at 8 p.m TheSchool. More lhan 100 women atFormer Resident
On
Sunday.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Standays last week of Mrs. Bertha ley Seaman, Strathmore, entertain- Mr!. Vincent Wade and Mr, and
Mountains
before
laking u
u trip | a rd "Dominy. introduced chapter : siiow will be given by Nan Jnhn- tended during the evening, which
M
If
Story Schanck.
Dies In Lavolett*
through New Yiirk Stale.
| three of "Our Missions Today" as
ed and their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mazzone, Brooklyn.
I son, lair Haven. Featured will be was highlighted by an art exhibit
Mr. and Mrs. ISaynard Smith en-1 her topic.
Thomas Francis Mealy, son of
Mrs. Bayard l.amborn and Mrs.
Hob Mint/, and daughter, WenMrs. Helena (Oschwald) Scluoed- Mr. and Mrs. James llealy, Strath- Mrs.
' many brass and ropper items, provided by the Art Guild of Red
lerlained
on
Saturday
for
their!
Table
decorations
carried
the
auLong Branch; Mrs. Max Mintz, Lawrence Lemalre were Ihe prize
Bank, and by works of various
er, 46,' wife of Robert II. Schroed- more, was baptized Sunday at St. dy,
dmiglncr,
Carolyn
who
was
crle|
p,j
jt
with
colorful
arrangeuric-u-brac and an array of other
winners
on
Thursday
evening
when
U
n
m
s
r
and Mr. and Mrs. Ne.tl
members of the congregation.
er, 103 fluyer Ave., Lavaletle, died Benedict's Church, Hazlct, by hisKeyport;
Mrs. Arne Kalma entertained at brating her fifth birthday. The I menls of leaves and llowers. Serv- '
Reger
ami
son
Michael,
Brooklyn.
j
.
Tickets
may
be
obtaintems
Tuesday morning, Oct. S, 1963 at uncle, the Rev. Thomas Foye, St. The Regers are future Strathmore bridge. Other guests were Mr.s. guesls were l.ieijc Pike, Holly [„„
Among the types of art exhibited
( ) n ,i,,. hospitality committee
'V 'ailing 7JI-93W Ihere are
her home, Mrs. Schroeder was born Andrew's Church, Bayonnc. Mr. residents.
were collages, watercolors, oila
Johnson Carlan, Mrs. Ross W. Beth Harris. Scott Bell, Martha i were Mrs F.dgar Pike, Mrs.
in Newark, daughter of the late and Mrs. Nicholas Calello, Jersey
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waine and Maghan, Mrs. Arthur Hall, Mrs. Uurket. Scott Ryan. Pliillip Mol-| Michael Fo'vinn, Miss Bessie Lyle. limited number of tickets avail- and sculpture. A representative of.
Oscar and Anna S. Oschwald.
City, served as godparents for thesons Allen and Jeffrey, Brick Charles Perrine, and Mrs. Allan nick, and Margaret Smith.
Mrs. Wallace l.yle mid Mrs. Lester ' able.
the guild was present to answer
Mrs, Schroeder was a former baby, A dinner party followed at the Township, were the Sunday guests J. Morrison.
Saturday evening bridge guests Magee.
questions about the works exhibitresident of Matawan and had resid- Mealy home which was attended of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barsl, Slrath1
of Mr. and Mrs. I-'. II. Lloyd jr.
Mr.
nnd
Mrs.
Harold
C.
Qeilz,
Tin ncjxl meeting will be Moned in Red Bank before moving to by the godpureriU; Mr. and Mrs.
Clean-Up Rummage ed.
Hugcrstown. Maryland, spent Ihe were Mr. anil Mrs, Charles C. day, NDV. 4 Mt K p.m.
Lavalettc three years ago.
Thomas Foyc, maternal grandpar- more.
old weekend visiting relatives in theSchock, Sea Ciirt; Mr. and Mrs. Ci.
Doreen
Gay,
elev
y
year
eleven
Surviving, In addition to her hus- ents; Mrs. Mary Healy, paternal
The Malawan First Aid Auxiliary
J. Sterling Thompson, MlddleUnvn;
Plan Fashion Show
daughter of
Mr. and Mm. F
Franklin area.
fM
band, are two sisters, Mrs. Petar grandmother; and other relatives S.
has made plain la assist In the
Gay, Strathmore. exhibited a
Mr. and Mrs. Victor I. Frcdda Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ucntlcy, Mr. Robert Zutic Joins
Nora, Mefuchen, and Mrs. Emery and numbers of the immediate sculptured
At the meeting of The Evening
figure called "Boys"
Clean-Up Mitawan by holding a
y at and son Danny were, tlie weekend and Mrs. Jac A. Cushman, and Mr. Heyden In New York
p
G.'Wingerter, Fair Hiiven.
family.
h Hudson
Hd
P k Library,
Libary New
New guests of her brother and sister- and Mrs. Garrelt J. McKecn,
Park
rummage sale Tuesday through Department o( Tlie Woman'* Club
the
Funeral services will be held Friof
Malawan, held in the Midway
Mr.
and
Mm.
Saul
Rosenblatt,
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
York.
ork.
in-law, Lt. ().g.) and Mrs. James
Roert F. Zutic has joined the j Saturday at the first aid head- Hose; Firehouse, Washington St.,
day morning at 10:30 a.m. at the
l;e (le
Mrs. Eva Kaplan, Brooklyn, w.is Frcderlckson, Norfolk, Va.
Adams Memorial Home, 310 Broad and son-Jeff, Strattimore, were the
y
"
Marketing
Department
in
quarters.
Little
St.
Anyone
having
J
plan*
were completed for this cant
i{he
j | j c l . a c rrmrtUntr
toin
,| NM
e wU YVrUo r k O(iftirm
o r din K K
Anthony F'redda, Aberdeen Rd., and Mrs. W. b. Anderson, HackeltsSt., Red Bank. The Rev. Dr.Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Z. the weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs.
1
^
i^
art c e s to disposn of m a y contact party and fashion show to be held
* aa llll announcement
Jack Eisenberg, Strathmore.
has returned to his home after be- town and Mr. and Mrs. Jose.— " n.
Charles S. Webster, pastor of the Granal, Wayne.
announcement by
byW.(.
W.(. DeakyDeaky
Monday evening, In the Lavender
M:lrlin
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing a patient in Monmoutb Medi- Dernber^er.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lesh and chilFirst Presbyterian Church, Red
| ,, e . vice
Hey-:M r s . P : l r k A v e - o r Room of the Magnolia Inn, Freneau
i presideiit-mnrketlnR,
i d k t l
H
Bank, will officiate. Interment will dren Leslie, Molanle, and Robyn, Irving Krauss, Strathmore, were cal Center.
Mrs. Phillip
Amelia,, Morgan;
' den Chemical Division,, lleyden
Mrs. Henry Ahlers, Main St. forAvf., Matawan. The party will
p
g
y
formerly of Brooklyn, have moved Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goltz and chil. be in Old Tennenf Cemetery.
i E l i Ch
M
IVtr N v.-port Chemical
C h i l C
t i
Mrs. Benjamin. Dennis, Keyport,
iollertion. The next auxiliary meet- start at S p.m. and Betty's Dresa
Corporation.
'into -timr-neVhOme-at 115' Cort- dren, Andy and David and Mr. and entertained the Crusader Circle! of Miss Elaine Cherry, Mrs. IV-ter
.-'ioining Heyden, Mr / „ -: i n t , w i , , b c held Tuesday, Oct. 22 Shoppe. Matawan, will present fall
landt L*ne, Strathmore.
' Mrs. Bernard Goltz, The Bronx. the First Presbyterian Church
fashions and accessories.
lie
was
associated
with
the
Nnpco
a
ig pm
SistefltooQ Sponsors .
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lerner and
Siitliffe. Keyport; Mrs. Robert MorMrs. Betty Rnsenthal has returnassistant to the
daughter Susan moved into their Wednesday morning, and there aiiiniir. ftcyiwn; m u . miucn i»icii-: n i f m k . i l l ( „
ed
to
A
c
home
of
her
son-in-law
were
1
J
members
present.
position Snow, Dinnor
rell.i'ort
, e , manager of the fine
- . . , , . Monmouth;
,
, , Mrs.
, . C, D.iggeneral
( . n e r a , s asales
and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Nat new home on Monday and in the Saturday evening dinnor guests Gentile,
Gentile Mrs.
Mrs Jean
Jean May,
May Mrs.
Mrs LawLaw °° | , c l n i c n U d i v j,i,, n ,
evening were the dinner guests of
A fashion show aad dinner will Rippel, Strathmore, alter being a Mr. and Mrs. Franklin S. Gay,of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Fraebe! rence Price, and Mrs. Marty MaA graduate of Rutgers t'niverbe held by the Sisterhood of the surgical patient ia Monmouth Medi- Strathmore. Mrs. Louis Lerner was were Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, honey worn the Tuesday evening sil
1'ucsls of Mrs. William Wright; j -V
in Agricul-V with a U.S. DcRrre
g
g
Slrathmore Jewish Center on Wed- cal Center.
Mrs. Bella Young, and Mrs. lidilh
also a guest.
lla/.lct.
lure, Mr. /.utic also lias attended
nesday, Oct. IS at Magnolia Inn,
Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
Edward Joyce, Sickles.
i
Mr.
and
Mrs.
th«
graduate
school
of
l'"airleigh
Mrs.
William
Miller
jr.
and
Mrs.
Matawan. Ticket chairman for theRalph W. Hcrrlck were Mrs. Wal- Strathmore, spent several days
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Lewis II. August Solnntrling were tho prize Dickin«)n University, lie and his
affair is Mrs. Arthur Bornfriend, ter Magulre, Houston, Texas, and touring the Pocono Mountains and
Plalnficld, were Sunday guesLs of winners on Thursday evening when wite make their hcmie in Matawan.
MS-4IJS.
Mrs. Arthur Trewhclla and son,visiting the Bushkill Falls last Mrs, J.C. Lewis.
Fashions will be shown by Mur- Timmy, New York,
Mrs. Kvcreti Carlson entertained
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. Lewis at bridge. Other guests were Mrs. Plan Simchas Torah
lel'l, Kcyport, a n d hair styles
Tlicsdey evening bridge guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Margulies,
will be by Fran's, Matawan. Mod- Mrs. Gerard Devlin were Mrs. War- Strathmore, were the Saturday were the Saturday evening guests Jac A. Cushman, Mrs. Howard I
Want, Mrs. |Celebration Friday
Mrs. L>
els will be Mrs. Diane Fallsk, Mrs. ren Vreoland, Miss Esther Blau, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shaf. of Miss Flo Grundrr, Hclford.
Carol Krusch, Mrs. Claire Parker, Mrs. Paul Egan, Mrs. Louis Pa/.i- fer, Croat Neck, Long Island. N.Y.
Mrs. Joseph Rankl jr., Mrs.Georj;*? Barrett, and Mrs. Leon j
! The holiday of Siinc-has Tnrah
Mrs. Lynn Greenfield, Mrs. Lee enza. Mrs. Helen Quinn, Mrs. Kail
Lt. Coindr. Stanley Wingast. Ha- George Dcitz, Mrs. Janus Hayes, Christinal.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Murray 'Iodd, 'will !> observed at a special fanv
Allwelss, Mrs. Connie Karm.il, llcuser, Mrs. Howard Erdmann, waii, is spending several days at Mrs. William Ohnsman. Mrs. Ku;ily s r i v i c e of Temple Sholcnn of
Holmdel;
Mrs,
William
Hitchcock,
Mrs. Mike Re/.ak, Mrs, Dorothy and Mr». It. L. Cartan. The prize
Mrs. Bruce MacCutseU and'.Mrs.
Roy Kaivr, weiejMrs. Alherl M. llaigb, Kcyporl; .Mutaw;in, tomorrow evening al
Soloway and Mrs, Bea Gray, and winners were Mrs. Vrceland, Miss the home of Mr. and Mrs. llowaid I cheon.
Winter,
Slrathmore.
! guests of Mrs, Nicholas Francisco. I and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick lvd- K p i n . at Ihe Stralhiiiore School.
children models will be Marci Born- Blau, and Mrs. ligan.
S
and Mr.s.
! The priic winners were Mrs. Hankl I vrick wen; the Saturday evening A children's party, complete wiiii
friend and Cory Schacflcr.
Mrs. Edgar Pike has returned Slrathmore, were
Howard ' and Mrs. Doit/.
Mr and Mrs.Klmcire l / a n v s and refreshments tradition|I ;i»fs!s
quests- of Mr
home after being a surgical patient j guesls ol Mr. and Mrs.
al for the holiday will follow the
,1
\
j
r ; KattniM.
R. Agncw,
Philadelphia,
Pa. and! Melissa Leahy, daughter
i Monmouth
M t h Medical
M d i l Center.
C t
A
Phildlhi
in
Sale Ott. 18-19
anil M i s . William Oliiisiiiun : >.i;r\ ic e. conducted bv Rabbi MorMrs, Bertha Story Schanck w,i were accompanied by their chil-1 and Mrs. James Leahy, Marc I jr.Mr.
nnd children «pe.it Saturday .it ' dec ai Sclirciber, spiiiuial leader «if
I Woods, celebrated her fourth bir!h-j
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ihe Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs, dren Howard and David.
1
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Imloy, Main day Saturday with a parly. The;Valley Forgi , and dined at Hie t'nl- tlie coiif'.re;:ati<in. All nicinbeis nf
Mori;anville First Aid Squad will Alfred Newbold. Crosswick.
le;:evillo Inn, Collcgeville, Pa.
coniniiinity a r c iii/ited to al
hold a rummaRe sale Friday and
Mrs. Miriam Newton and ch:lSt., have returned home from a j guests were Susan Kiick. (iai'V' Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stowv, tlie
Saturday, Oct. 18 and 19 at the- first dren Tommy and Virginia, and Mr. vacation in St. Petersburg, Flori-' Maltzman, David and Robert Len-j Cluirchlantl, \'irginia, a r c sp-rulin;; tend the service and testivities.
aid building, Tcnucnt Rd. The sale and Mri. Willard Farley and son, da. While there they visited WeekPgel, Blake Fohl, Mary Kay, Amy; a w.-ck at the home of their son-inFriday will be held from 9 a.m. to Jeffrey, Washington, were the Wachi Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Rus-| Welch. Uavid and Ann Uchenict. |
Mrs. I Chamber Music Group
a p.m. and on Saturday, ,t a.m. to weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.sell lloyle, St. Petersburg; and Peter nnd Lori Ann .Manfred! and I !"* •"«! >lau-hlei Mr ami
Richard Korku! Main St.
Formed In Slrathmore
4 p.m.
W. RuIon Smith.
Mrs. lnsiey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laura and Cheryl Wurl/.
,,
, .,
... , ,
,. ,
Mrs Jcihn (. l-.gRleston anil Mrs.
H. Purdy Tremper, Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Serb! en- jJ o l l n s o n Curtan, members of the
Alnati-ur
iniisicijini
who
play
Fla.
tertained recently at a juvenile Matawan Woman's Club alk-ndcd , siring or wind instruments are inSaturday evening dinner guests | party lor the
Melody Federation Day at the Freehold vitud to join a chamber music
ol Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brenner,
who was celebrating her secnew club-! group which is being fnimed in
Slrathmore,.
_
. were Mr. and Mis.ond birthday. Gui'sis alteniling i ^!',''"!"„"„
It's oui birthday, but MOU.
- "
,.
] Stra'hiiiore.
Benson Shultz. .laclcson ileigh's, W ( . r e |.,,rj Ann Serle. Linda. Amy ! '
gel Ihe present*! look
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Walter
Fox.
llriclle, | Mrs. Judith Scliilnni, S7 Ivy Ili'l
Ray Bicbf r, \a n d ciieryl Dworkis. Sharon and •in/l M r -i.i,l V 1 , . 1>*IIIL,- :\ rt\ U.'
Cur.i
c
at all these wonderful,
DOLLAR SKOALS
from LOFT'S!
T h e Strilhmore Elementary
School Parenti' Association held a
general buslnesi meeting, Oct. J
followed by t look Into the history
of Matuwuii Township.
Mrs. Edward R. Lewis, president
of the association, announced the
appointment of two new committee chairmen, Mrs. Laura Carriis,
ways and means, and Mrs." Kalhy
Duhn. lunch room committee.
The bake sale, sponsored by the
group last week, realized S174. Other projects planned in the near
future include a hook fair in November and'a Saturday movie for
children.
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What's
R Problem?
Juglincj monty e«n h» • preWom.
Mo»t ef tht time • im«ll personal \»»n em
r)»!p you gat back on «n even keel, Som«tlme«
you jutt need lomi advice «n • financial sxobltm.
Com* in foday «nd i t t if y#ur probttm can
bt lolvid b^ pur low inttreit bank loan. We'd
• • q\*4 (• t«lk t» you,
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lleidl Fine, daughter of Mr. and honor on Saturday evt'iiin;; at
Mrs. lrwin Fine, Slrathmore, cele- parly held at the home of his par- day. The guesls weic Vincent and
brated her seventh birthday Oct. ents. Mr. .iiid Mrs. Walirr Mai/, Donald Clniiile, Morganville; Unite i
lie ( ( n i s t i t u t i o n iiiu) i i i n e n d i n e n l s
2 with » family dinner party held Taylor Rd., to celebrate his It'll Smith, Cliecscc|uakc; Mark, Chip' ol I V m p l f S l i o l o i n . t h e R e f o r m Ciiiiat Ye Collage Inn. Attending we:e birthday, flnesls attending were nnd Dreux l-'ei rano, Diane Dici'-n- g r e g i i t i u n s i - r v i n g t h e M a l a w n n j r - :
Mr. and Mrs. Fine, Mrs. Bessie Alan Smith, Vic Armellino, Howie in and l.ynne and U>ri Cc-nlile, e.i w a s u n a n i m o u s l y r a t i f i e d at J
Stulman. Forest Mills, N.Y., and| Kdi'isiPln. SII-VIL- Lmij:, -'obn Ku/.- Mrs. Vincent Gentile. Mrs. Frank s p e c i a l m e e t i n g h e l d Oi I, I. A f t e r
Fiirrano and Mr. and Mrs. Jusepli
Miles and Shari Fine.
ma, Galen Hnrr. Chick (ienin, Hilratification,
I b e n i c n i h T.sliip d i s Mr. and Mrs. leeward l.istfielcl ly Kc-arii.i, Phil Cherry, Martlin ;
c u s s i d vari'iil.s pi>>ji,is--d nielliiMt'.
and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Her-Miller, llarriel llaiiiiianii, Linda | Mr. mid Mrs. (.' I) Cicntile and of e l e c l i n i : o f t i t c i s f o r i l l ' 1 c o m i n g >
bert Reis and children and Mr.(it'rlnfscM, [.iilirell Chirco. Piit Al-j Mr. uncl Mrs. I-;. W. Currie |i.'iriici- \'e;»r. l'.lerlion<. \: ill ht- h e l d oil
nnd Mrs. Robert Conrad unil chil- lcn. Chris Winters and Jackie De- p.ited iii the mixed foursome al the T u e s d a y a I t h e S H a l h n m r e S, hcxil
M:inas(|iian River (lull Club on
dren, Manhattan, were the Sunday
I
Sunday mid allemlrd the dinn r. al S p . i n .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '.'. 1 ." '."'
Mrs. Frodoriek Duileiick. Mr;,
Richard Pederscn, Slralhinore. |
Joseph flrrnhergiT, nnd H i \ , I'lPlan Succoih Party j
Mr, nnd Mrs. Archie Apkarian ; Begins Second Year
more Kail nor were (he jiri?" winners on Wednesday, when Mrs.
'I h i s I l i , , r . s d : i \ ' fVi-iiiiig a t H:M
Herllu Slciry Sclniiicl; enleiUiiiu'd p . m . t i n ' Sl.^tcrliixHl n l iIn- S t r a ! i i • [
nnd M r s . M a r v i n
Puris,
Straili
al bridge. Oilier guesls were Mrs. i m i r e J e w i s h C e n t e r w i l l h o l d u
Georfie
f W. Kicth, KHII "f Mr. and
more.
Frank Mliss, Mrs. W. J. Rabe S u c c o i h p a r t y f o r c h i l d r e n o l a l l
M
L
R i h :tnI
:nI A
Almrileen
l l
Lester
Riflh,
Monday guests of Mrs. Peter Mrs.
Mrs. Cierard D
Devlin,
evlin,
mid Mrs. a g e s in t h e n i l p t i r i i o v l u c u n u l t h e
nnd-yenr
y
Perrinn, Marc Woods, were Mr.s Ud.,, Miliuwnii,, Is n
C
h i l l i e s I-;, l i m i t , l l r i e l l e
StrulliiiKire I'.kinenlar)
School
Florence McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. s'tuclent at Mm Dallas Thmlupicnl
Jnlm l.o Basso and Mrs. Felicia Seiiilnarv and Orndunte Sclionl "f
'Ilieolcijty. .IMS Swiss Ave., Dallas,
fracassi, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur llenivtt and Texas, lor the srhnol's fortieth
Chevalier
son JIIIIHM, Illcksvlllc, Loiij! Island, year, which hpunn Sept. 17.
were the Sunday dinner guests ol
Founcli-cl In I!KM. Onllns SeminMr. and Mr»] James Maher, ary Is the liirfjest tlienl(i«lciilly
Slratliinnre.
cnnsiTvillvi1, tliMinniinnllomtlv tmWeekend guests uf Mr. ami Mri, nilutecl senilniiry In Ihe United
Irvin,", l.cdei, Stmthniore, were Mi', SlMcs, if not lh<* world. Tills year
and Mrs. ('Imn Jolinson and daugh- il p.itdbllshi'cl a new recnrd wllh
FOR 24 HOURS
a tiillll ennillniciit of XK men, 111ter LIIKU West Mlllinitton.
« 9' A MILE
Mr. Mil Mrs, Wllllani (Mtnwav eluding an enlerliiK class of !ll
iml Mr.i, llnmllliHi Walter, Siory- men.
The world-wide ministry and apUiul Kiliitea, were ainonn tho
Froe Customer Pick Up
jllcnts at » dnublfi wedding iinni- peal of Dnlln.i Semliuiry Is seen
versury celebration for Mr. andIn the (net tluil the now studc'tils
Mrs. William Ottaway jr., who repri'senl 11(11110.1 In 29 stnlos nnd
Within 15 Minute.
were ci'lebrntlni! their 41st tinni- Ihe District of Ccilumhia, two nrovversury and the Mill annlversiuy Incc.i nl Cniiiuln, Drazll, ('osln
ol W. and Mr*. Otlowuy, Story- Rlcti, Gliatemnlti, .lapnn, Th? Nelhknd, at the lluinllloii llouie, erliinds, and Tliu J'lilllpplnu hBrooklyn, Saturday evenlna,
lund'i,
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL N. JL
Sht — Rrtt Section
It Looked Like A Kcyport Score Was In The Making Al This Juncture
Thursday, October 10, 1963
Freehold IWoway Winds Up Banner Season This Coming'Saturday
I M i mm M tfe* high lUc of Kcypcrt'i w r y agaiiwl Faial ricawal M m ( M l al Ihr right eigr «f the plc/urr. Gull lincmrn r»min|j up
. mk <Mta>ta la feto m i M k al* the t*ani quaiitr Samtday al KHS• f u r Bcwcl arc Tain Went (No. U ) , a guard; <ireg Wttwr (Nil. 85),
I M A 1 M B driva «aa I * carry (jvvalually I * Ik* Garact tiulla 4-yai4 •n end, and Ken Minify (Na. 72), a tackle. Kmnklc Mirro (No. 47),
aa«. (a*, atea. M m Ut a» anpa«<. Oa tfcla kaMan play, Jiat Icalcl Keypart cmlrr, lrU-« hard I * get !• Ihe acme • ! action la inlfrerpt
d U v M ) baa d M M I t * ratal P k i u K fatwaraa aarf ia maviaa aciau Item. Wtbrr » » • ! • b* I n * game's central flgurr, Okiag • bouncing
Tbanka in Ibr inlrwlucliun af the twin iluublr, Ihr century-old; nalinn. cuniing in I * win driving N'o. », Bake'a Mary. On N'a. 7, behind
• a • * • * aUa a l MM IwU ta Ibt haam that Jafca Darrr (Nu. 14), Key- ball ia ih* air in Ike Uul at wcaata »l the gamr In race gualward lor
harness tracks al the county seat in enjoying it» grealrM teuton in I'arringlon in Ihe ri|(hl forefront of ih* picture, Georg* Melnar, Cheestfart ajwrtwina, C M tat* * M Bab Harria, a Caraat <Mi aafHy maa Ihc lone ladchdowa thai dwided In* acliaa la la* Gararl nulli Invar.
aHea>danc« and pari-mutuel play. Thr piclurr above is «f Ihe finish; Hiiake, is shown driving Earl Klkingliw, awaed by Fred Snuflleaulham,
af Ihe Bill Dougherty Aleiuorial Par* Monday, a race run in honor of,Morianville. Molnar, a MaUwan High graduate, received his buMrablt
ftnse. The Guilt speed men were
the Newark Newt npnrlswrilrr who passed away In July. Casey \ discharge from Ihe armed farces Sept. IS after a two-year tovr «l dvly.
Sleagel used til It^ll the K|Mtrl« M'riHri, ufivr a particularly trylny ituy He if yvtling baek inln the ways of haraeaa racing al FreehaM after fh*
covered on every play. Griger tailwith
Ihe !M«t*, "Dwi|{li«rly Is the only one of y«u I Hani lo tmik t » . " :long hiyolf. Belure going l»io the Army, he was a Ioa»l1lgk! driver.
ing Harris ami Sam Kirbinson, N*>
The picture shows Hnbrri f'arringlnn, the lop winning driver ul the)
nieth. The Gulls ends Tom Santoro '
and Wrber wt-rr blocked put with
if|M>rt*i thr inixtd Ira^ne was u*»rti
Ralph Manyo was ihe ilifferrme (him. The all-around Golden Falr*Kulari!y, except on that fatal la 11
Bosebo/f 4wards
in tfir Miuthrrn division Ja^t M»ar
play when Weber picked himself up as Ihe Monmouth Rrpinnal Oolilrn cons athlete racked up 110 yards
•A ball bauncing aft • htlmel when a Deerr to Grt); Semenza
falcons cruised over Ilif Raritan of hi> team's 213 in xldition to
Family ni>sbt baseball awards
w'th
(.'(Kid
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• 4 f t Jt Hcondi M l ( • play in Ihcpa»§ gave Keyport a first down »'. off Ihe (round 10 b* downfield In Township Rockm 20-7 in a foot- completing t»o paws in that firM
On l)it ixHvIinj,1 fomrnittrr, Nef! will be made Friday al 8 p.m. at
Hryaort • f t . r i e t u a t I n c h gam* their 9-yard line. But Coach John time te- have the ball bounce into ball liamr at Ihe »tnn«i firlil Sat- j half sortie to chnclunji scores.
rrpresrnts Holy f-'amily. Kev. K*:l-ihr Ptaritan Township High School
• ( K H S field Saturday tcttlad lam Kclly'a men ruse to ihe ocuision, hit arms. The Keyport interior line urday. Mango galloped away >o
The Golden Falcons playtd it un- Wnlly Ncff, Union Beach, re- 'ty. Si Ann's, Georj-.** PyrUnU. .St.
Ike arms of t Garnet Gull alaytr t u m h M Steneck. back five yards on was'lrcmendousVeven when V r . n t j l»'» touchdowns early, then r a » d der wraps once tliey had their suf- fcional director of the Mniimouih [ Joseph's; Clint NUGuir** jr , St. by the Holmdtl-Karitan K-l.i Lraauv.
' • f f i a v d !o be Meing anything like a (weep play. Then it was Key-te Mirro had lo be yankfd out be- off lo save himself for thr bailie ficient margin of victory. A hei>;iit
CmUrfine's, jind WjJJJain A. f>'C«nearning hit way. The Gull play- pnrt'i turn to spill the brans wi:h cause of the battering he was tak- witil Keyp*>rt this corning Saturday j disadvantage prevented Such.i from County CYO jrw>rt*r activity, an- i
on Ihe Falcons' gridiron. The Nork-.
j nounced Monday
An •.xpamlcil ! nt-ll, St. Mary's.
. at, Creg Weber, had only lo ftreak unnecessary roughness, * personal
foul costinx them IS yard* and endi'H. never threatening in Ihc first I making a fuller use nf the forward
sjxiru program has been appiowdj
•a I b * goal line without anyonr ing their threat to the Pt. Pleasant ing.
half, iic-oreu in Ihe third quarter .' pass. The Hocket.1 nm.siMrn! /N^nOn
the
offensive,
tht
Keys
abaaNew Home Field
camiag near him for the only iccre foal line when they were set back
(VI-I"
and kept things even thi/xi^h i)?e j inf: aion); the ground was the more fur Ihe winitr »eason. The C Y O !
Cf Iht contest, Milling it in favor
last half. Last year the Kulcons i creditable in the tecund half when for many \vnra
had *
The
Kanlan
Tuunship
entry
n
,
they
had
no
passing
threal
iviih
af Pi. Pteanant Beach M .
discovered how susceptible t
heal them 2C-6, so there was an
opened.
ball league with a diccrsan playN . « Tkru TucWay!
Gulls were to operations like nak improvement against ih<* Manfio- I; «hich lo jpread Ihe np|wsition's de- off «tid also a twnvlmK program. the I'op Warner liiothall Leuyue
The inference i i that Ihiii wan all
rap-Notch
fenses.
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h
d
f
f
powered
force*.
y
aJatcr tuck. It waf, bad luck for
The bowling program will he e.vhnnn- panics this year. The anhciI
•KTATISIKS
Ntyport a i they hid successfully ed back wilh II In the KHS 42. BuiI from the T. The Red and While
pundrd ihis w a r to ini'hule bowl- paied use of the Raman liij;h
The Golden Falcons had a M"nre ;
Ha
i
Moll
. llrrald 1 ilbvac
bailed down the puss, a fourth Keyport was back in possession in j failed to do as well in the second two plays alter lhe opt-ninji kick-i
l<*! iny. for pills a* ucll hs U i \ v Hut School field for home yarnn cun!d
dawn one from Ban Pourchier to short order when a shovel pass was j half as they did in the first in that <i(f. They brought it out to their;
he bi^ innovation in I ' Y O SJHMI.S not be nblaint-d. it \\:is icjxjrtl'ij.
2 Big Culw Ililo!
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Jeff Patterson thrown from the fumbled and KHS end Ken Thomas I they apparently did not sense thai own .15. One "proliinx"
:f 1 this coming winter uill b*- svuinplay
: Ihe Gulls had been corrected on sgainsl the Naritan imr* availed
GulU 47 to the Keyport Mt-yarcl line was recovering at the Gull 44.
p
Never leave a portable heater uo2
ajke.-c it » u broken up in the air.
nothing. Hut then MJIIJTO < wl ] w i ^ :I'unlj
*li
The Rev. 1-t-o A. Kelly, Keans- t hapi.-juncd while A is operalinj!.
Jumrt Carncr
I
KumlilM loM
The hall, batted down, hit Patteron the pas.voptinn,
kc|>! tin- hull Vaiels penall/iil
s i b i n ^ , is in chaise of the M*im- A l l poriabU? heaters may pri)«lucr
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GREAT ESCAPE"
tea'* helmet, bounced ofl into verse play. An offside penally and intermission.
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Karliyn
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t*v.
Kelly
w
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a
srnoiis fire hazards if nol detected
(
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, bloekers
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Wrl'h. Tin k»r.
Kmlfc
BiiHHif
t
•pace and Weber just chanced to be a run on a delayed buck and a While Kevporl did noi beat Pt. : J r m * lh
l
a! Hos!on ( o ! - in umt. Dn tittl place a jw>rt;ib)tr
ll.tilli. O^rji*.
Pleasant
thenVselves.thcv
probably
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- ind running along at the *pot where it keep play made it a new Keyport
r
;.w, N i t - - .)•/•.'•• f*>r t h i e f y e a r s . H e ;i
healer near curtail)*-, drapes or •
that some future rival rf I H,>, a r i K '"
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came down. So he could become first down at the Gull 20. But here ^showed
nincu Mini MM lie imuic n u n i'i
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. , n him. •It 11. Ci.Klian,.
; t h a t t i r r u n ^ L ' i n e n i s hu^r h r t n i'nn o l i i r r fUntniitbU-s. or .'.hrre MHIICDt*-T. Doiwhli*
s.
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Cwuiri*
f;rar»t,
Vinu«l.
the hero of the game without effort the Gulls stiffened, tossed Doerr for lbeir Culls that i. is onlv nec«. i ?, "the Miiiitifl
) u d r d wilh ihr ' J ' r j d f W ; i : d s .SI*.J;» <itH' nrav c<n»e tn ainlml
" ™ to
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V injury
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with i l .
lluhy Kitsun. U I A I *
• r design on his own part.
a nine-yard loss on >n attempt *o sary lo wipe out Nemelh and H.ir-! jjf, ermj4 over nn a faked handdlf
C h i b . Sea B r i g h t , l u r t h e use of
"A >UMMKH PLACE"
fcnlpr
ll.nhnt.
ris on each play to contain the
HurkK
Welsh.
Slnni?r.
I t IB necessary lo say that bad j pass, The Keys iiirrtndervd lhe
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Cherry and While. Harris is as shil- lor the extra point.
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hick ilid beat lhe Keys. Tor lhey j ball after a flurry nl passing Doo:r
belt)
us
Uillo'As:
Kiirilan
was
Mwnied
afler
the
ty a ball - earner as could be ask- ,
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/. Cl>ui<irr. ItM i.'n. MOF.-.I. W i l .
kad t h * better of the going all the ! hit Siege) in the rial on fourth
K.M..I (JO)
Oct. I'l, •» a.m. for junior .ind
Garnet Gulls Beat
Keys 6-0 On Break
Rockets Lose 20-7
To Golden Falcons
CYO Basketball
And Swimming j
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down, but it was only lo the 19, ed. and Nemeth
itiv.IJJ"
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t r i d . vl
wiffft.rfT
f* i
off
-- the
• ma:k
- ;:I'nsuin;: Imkoff
I list
f u l l
MIHI hi'.it to
MtiiiHinMlh K t
Ends - Peru. HU I*-, Sllllpvui, V.'l
senior l n ^ h b*>> •* and j i i r i s ; * U i. :
2'!. fre*«(iftian and j,-<»ph*;fii<'rt? Jn^h
boys and y i r h . Nov. 1', ^ranun.ir (
^ i ades IKI\S and ^it K
Rev. Ki'ity start's th.it (!i;s is not :
j ("i itlrrs • H'.iim-s. K'-Ic-ki,
ty position, ^cttinj; away on a pu it
a ieai n•[t,t-*w nn pm'',raiu, thai ,1 ,
rilaty, let along have a scoring I f u n i b k - d and Joe S t r a t a recover- | port
decision not to punt with a
is des• j'tU'd fnr tiin-*!1 wil'n .••(tine
fftance.
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i ed fnr the Red Raiders at Ihe Gull minute and a half lo KO wilh thei Falcons tln*n went through a prol);r, i*. M. JJtJhh.'wil. I.ui-ai«*lh
knuv. 'u'[\]:v o f su nnniMij.'. and <]r.'' cess of scoring n touchdown H plav,
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; 27. Doerr passed up center to S i w l ball at their imn 3«-Vard line.
i..>(•)- liciiin-wii
14 ii « i' n
•( 7 ;n;r, i.hji !,'w> A ill
have
MHIII- .
«finiy to have (hem nol t'ounf. Mil-.t* H.i r
This could be taken by the Keys ,( o r a r j r s l d o w n „ l h e G a r n { . , G l l I 1 '
MMISTMs
itLlo.'r,.. '' \\nr.Ku 2, I..!. ..Il-il;'
'•• i ham i- ut i i i y k i i i i i a l.'YO -.w nn :
• > balm for a cruel lurn or chance 6 . B u , , h e Keypori ihrust was diillLuccart'Mi bu licit his way off la* kk»»lr.l«
K r\| i *rt
itnt but (here wus holding ili-ierted u:ui
aKiinst them. They had entered the ed when poerr fumbled and had lo
in • in in K it-ti m win-n j i i \ f n 11 yuitls. it i
i
its -Itt-r liHiriMlic.n -• I.:
12
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came gross underdoes in that the recover at the 11, Doerr pot lo theI'lr.sl Jlil>.
t / n s a m ! ^ i r i s h;i\ f done IWIJII
it was no jjotxl. The l-'tlrnns
were
fi]
4<l
Culnrri liiivhir.g
K . t \ - I - riling on a conipciitive !KIS:S, jliey '
Garnet Gulls had thrashed Ihe de-7 on Ihe pass - option. Hilly Gcijier Yards
5« j bark ; i ! their i m n 'lit. Man^o ran
45
Yantfi )^).st Hu^turif
fending Shore Conference " B " hit up center lo the 5. Hut on four:h
should report !heir spec:a!ty ;m
!
out
of
a
fake
pass
play,
hut
the
11
13
••ay, had the only
two scoring
tft
chance*, reaching the Gulls 9 yd.which was not enough.
Maikii. H-..ir
. Tfti-klm
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in
l a c , then
h the
h 4
4 yd.
d line,
li
i hthe
: hull). |{I-MP.
la Trouble, Agaia
|
C;uanlK
- Rurkrti. 5nuin,
first half. At no time did Ihe Garnet Bui the Gulls were in trouble
| belly SITJI'S plays lo net two first
i hfth-i. Mart/
Culls ti*t very far into Keyport It,-- r j K ht a w i y a B ain when Nemeth , speed - merchants, playinj! in safe-
rtiK.=W
champs, Ocean County Central Re- down, Geijier was slopped at Ihc
{he times iht?y hnvt
* pron.'riurt* usrd to draw fht* Wartlional, 2Mi the iveek hefore. The 4 and the Gulls took over.
in it
J | tan tli-fftulfrs into a irap c!id nut Commercial League
M
Yurds Gained PAKRir**
Gulls were rnted to run over tlie
Keasun I or Program
M j set too well with lhe r r f e r r f v The
Wilh time running out in Ihe first
(J J'i)«.Sf9
Leaders
At
Plaia
Keys accordingly in a hi^h scoring half, the Keys hud one more
!
hail
was
talied
back
from
the
end
\ef.' (.'Xpiarns one i r a s ' m lor i.(>n]
2
lntci ."•D1**(I
came, being far letter off Ilian chance. Pourchier elected lo pass .\u»)U-r
J | zone and put down tin !be (iri-t-n
2
fininj.- I'm* pro; 1 ' n i 'o thoM1 who '
nt Piinin
ii-.im )4 Dutrh - Snt'fvh i o n
n
Coach Stan (Tuffy) Baker's piny- out of his own end zone and the^v•. Di M i i u r I'unu*. Y»ru.*< 3C«3
j and Cray '1b. Falcon rimters had :inui". to l i a i l lhe .Airport I'ia/a have *iad ;t tut-asnre «'f f\p«ri*-nc<*
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IllliU •Ji» of K i r k s , Y a r d *
era in weight, depth of manpower Keys had him trapped back Ihero. Numht
jiorne loud rum ark* tti nuiktf about ( omini-i'ilal liu'.vhn^ I.t-a^ne ;i f! i- r
:
2
i t'f Kuinhlrr.
3 all f J»is, bui they w* r-* ]>M> unk ind
and having speed to burn with tvui But they let him get awuy and Timrs
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[iu* l i r r d s \ u k t»f fijni|if[iutHi. Its .- for trvmns \ M I !
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r of r«M).->lti*A
Conference running
to thi; officials to hr printed.
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t " ' M*'M
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p
- champs,
. . . Dan, he was out to his own 4. In this NiUTlIx
M-rord :s ni,,.- «in.s anil t h , - e loss- ' » "y- v ^ "
ami .\nui.i |.r.'
Ul
3J2
V arris
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Passes
l
o
r
I
irs(
U
m
n
fer lo coniptMi* sn if : J ! in*! than
I'l. Ptra*»nt ntarh ( f l
i. ..„ ,^ ~ . "*"•'•• '" ' r (tarn* il looked as thouch a decisive
baiMitld. yet the Keys were lhe |t w o p, lillls h a d mten
EfKl> - Jordan. U'rbrr. F
r
i Slanjm sti]Je<) (he indignation ;/i
a w a v fron,
J
f - o n r I . - i . n i s . lli.iiiti- G l i i " . K n o ; l - . « " » ' • " ' " '
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wncr team, even if not the scorer. |l h e N ( ,(|a n ( | while- on their'failure loro.
: tlie breasts of Monnututii H f ^ ^ o n i l r r a / l S i n n S i m p . I o m 5 l o r d m u l M " " i ; " ''•'•• k >- l l »-' 1 1 '•' " l l 1 "
when it was nil over, and Ihe *i<i faniioni with » pa>» to I)*-nn'<i A : i ( X ) i t F l u / a , a i ^ lit-d l o r M I I H U !
Hll
Guards Mcsrroll,
u \ It1
(o rack up a. safety. Hut the half
nifiennce of this became the more could not go out before somebody
W
'Simpson, an end, (or a firM do*vn
(-*],
Htv
Krltv
ir.miHint
i-s, l i t i
l.V^ard ' I I , I H - I ) i n M n / : n i i ! i i , I n " . P I . I . r\|H'n«.(-s of holding I ) H ' : I >
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" „ w w d , c a m c ! n i was itictirrinK another 15-yard penF'»uttfii*r. K*n\*ih, Harris : at ihe Green and (Irav
•
lint-.
Next
time
he
kept
instead
uf
P
T
Ihat-thaOceaa Central learn, so :a | , v l h L , me b y Kevpurtlhal U»ik i P »
; ScliiHil ami Sllllt/.'s (111. 7-5; Kall'i- CoiiteMan!v \%i!i i i i f y n ^ r tlu-ir
1
pas«.ni^ on the rollout and wit*
tfir»»hM» by Ihe Gull*. ha«l. in turn,; tht - Gu lls'oui nf lhe tight spot near j
and Mi 1-jrl.inil. V r1'11I f u i l u - i s Inifisfmf i.ifton, l ' \ ^fujf>.s DI
away for the previously denied
" • • o v e r Malawjn M-»
i Iheir own «oal line.
KIHI.H S«niciua. 'Itiolnai.
ScoU iiuicn.
Vrt*-:.
Mmmmirh
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The game had an oddity all Is( A n dl t w rl)UKl,hmisinK was in evi- Tnilile* wtniamn, Harlnmo. klctlol- touchdown. I.uccarelli (hen drilled l.an("« and Mi!lu»[> ( i l i f v Si'rvirt'.
As ri'ir ha-ki-lhall. I n * M r
. N'«PIJI. Hurk.'iardl
up iht? tnitfdle to make, it a saftown. Thsre were I I aenallrts called „,,„,.,, again ^^ „ „ „ s e c o n d
4-K: Wh.i'u- Ayi-m-y. .l-!l; and d a l r s vup<T\ !sor nf CY') iic(;\!(v ;/l
and th» net yardage tosl on P™»l- half upene»l. K»ypi>rt took the kick- I'.udrlls IV>t. 1 .arinki. H . i m . ' . ' i . Jonkinj- 14-0 for Ihe home side.
MCM-I.IJ'1-.. I-11.
ties camt close lo equalling the net,)>ff o n l v l 0 ^ , c t b , c k(<) l h ( . i r
The Rockets M r u b i e d manfully .• Norm \dutialo o l l o ; n s l-o.d i u s * plans will be hi'l.l O i l . 16 i:l
HAi-k.< - Di>«rr. Ri>tln-nn. 9i*««l.
yardage game from •crimmaKC. !o w n | 4 | o r , personal foul. Beutel
, lo j^et out of t h n r i m n territory capiMitd lu^'ii ^ame honors \'.:,h y 'Mt p i n al Si. M a n ' s
Srhool,
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P|p,
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Indeed, for the victorious Culls. ;w o r k t l | l h , n l , k t l ) reverse again : Knpurt
» U II »--«
TM. Oti'u-n loimoii lin- L'lll/ t'luh :.(•« Mnmnoiilli. Mclnsh nsks tli.il
their toss of yardage on infractions .a m J | h r K f y ,n a U , , j r s l j . ^ . , , a l i I'lMirlitldiin WeWr.
no avail. Htm S.u;hs, quarterback, 1
Ilill Kali'..-. paii'iic^ a m n i p a i m j ; i ' i f i/niiy
exceeded what they gained uy! l h f i r i w n jo B u tt l w n l h e Gulls • nffuialH t n an, Vhkilftno. Bvin.-. pas*if.'d from deep in his msn terri- VVITP I-rank l.cn. !U:
jsMire iiuni'cK».*s Hi l i i f
234; 11:11 Ctini-s, '.'X1; ]-xt I n l | i I. a ii-.iio
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r»shin(( the ball.
| stiffened and lhe Keys had to punt . Hflnnl.
Utrv. Such a pus* was in*ert'#-p'-><J
.'ll.l, l > m M r, i \ ail.J ))!;.'v MI a 'ii'Dir- i»uiii anil
; 21.1. [lob (Jnrluii.
•The game opened with the Culls Gelgir *ol awav a u<«jd kick thai
bv l.iiccarelli at the H ant an 2!>
r i | io i!ci utl- :1 lhi-:r
Cainhj :d;.:H, I'l'li; Huns ( i r o y 1\1. be pii'|>.i!
1
brlnsing the kickoff out lo midfle,.l! N t . m t l h cm]ll n o t h a n < l u , , ( l l u . He«l And Toe Club
i and run down ' " i h r 10. hut the
!i»- on Sunday
Rav lln-nii.in. 'JO'.1; l a i k S nv'-i ^iit'm j;aint-s ^iiouiil
In « stirring ninhack by the Speedy ;C u | , 3S > n d l h e P l P | , a , a n t p|,,V! half wliiMle t-fuinOttl before (ft**
jllrrnttui*
nr Muni1 isrrkd;
• rjl); H.T!I Hai-i,iii.il,. '.'(I'.'. Hill Dii:.'.-.
•'"•'•'"'
Hnrrls. The Gulls struck over into je r J h a i J ,o scrambit
,„ prevent » Plant Rally School
Falfons totiltt bat away for anoth- 224iin<l I'll.): I « I I f'.i^iini.. Vll'l l l u ^ i
Si'iiMin Opener
Keyport
lerriloryy on (wo plays.
yp
py K H S r t t . o v , r y a l iMr o w n ri.
•' cr ji'.'ocifiy ! r v .
Dick i- -lill; H'll l r i - : » . i > l . .'HI
''"'
I The Ht*tl and To* Sport* Car
But then they were caught m their
Me««t • a N Bacli
l.;i.s( \ r y ; Si A •-/»•-.<
The Ruikets
suffered «.irn»ih'*r John W,;ki-Tiv !t\\; lulin ( r a r i
: Cluh invite* ouneri of sports cai«,
.''I • " l>''1
first infraction, illetial me of lunds,
They punted back l» the Keypori I lo enrol! in iheir fifth biennijJ .setback wilh the sran of ihe <ei*- .'11 .mil A l j n t'vlt-.rvm
viilamS;
Si
Ann'**
'Di I i , I V ' ' " ' ' ;
and back they went for \S yards. 29. then a piling on penally moved 1 Spnrts Car Rally Srbou) u h u h will ontl half. Thev could not pun andDilllT nf P.I I. Sl-hiH>l In', M-lli-S Kt'.tiT-i),!'
- , SI. Marv'*'. Nfi\v Mon>\''-'"* 1
A past downfield
d f i d was intercepted
d t h eR e J , n d while over into Gull i Mart ut ft p.m., Friday c\*nmj» .it Warren Owens went back lo punt. h:pll nl hli:i ,IIN! Ihr HiHldr Cil.i-v I(iiouri.
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J(it.*p)i's.
K(".fw»fi;
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. heyport 3». The fearsome ,'t«rri««ry again. But it did Ihe Raidj the Cnit". Net-k Inn. C'omhuti'cl bv
leant ro]!rd «i ii'-'.v fnj'h nl L'V.'J Uty r a n u K . l nn»n HfJi , i . Si. C
Ciull.s had been contained in I h e i r , „ , n o K O ( J U . A penally, as usual,
t champion nillyisis, lhe ruurH 1 will his head nnd he had to make a a i h r f i ' ^ ' j m f MTi<"«. I hr ' i am a:M> iiit''« I- av| Kt'iiitsliur j : ; Si. .) ami**,
first offensive Ihrust.
, m r d o j f t h» Gulls chances when
K'-d Mank a ml H«n\ ( " « w , Kfirni consist of three Kriclay eveninn franiic tldFii u> recover it befoj e c a p t i n i i l tram hi^'h ^aint* hiuiurv
Inla GaaV TetrUary
•on. r n i c r f d tciiniv
they louk over. At the end
j fiHSst's. sliort praciice ralli#»*. « 75- [ h e (johlt'n }• nitrons tlnl at l h e R j i r The first two Keyport plays, a third quarter, the Keyport team : mi)*» novire rally, »m! a ^ian* syi- tun 15. Hut it was the -same difOn i*tu!mj.' n will M;m tin*. S J I cronsbuck and a pass, did nol getfailed lo get a first down when they 1 tern* show.
ference HS Manyo handed off <o Holmdel Golf Tourney
UtlfilV
y i.'l i i ( T l .
| l u - flTSt M M )
anywhere, But Jim Beulel then had only a font lo y« fur it on fourth
I.uccarelli cm a ilrjuv play an<l th*1
ui't-Ki
of ih,.s activ : t v tnr
I This m a rare opportunity to gain
SchaduUd Oct. 19
tame out vf a naked reverse with down at the Gull W.
Golden Falcon fullback was crashM I I M T I I T I itt l l j r n t o n y L u n c i . MidfjnicJiJv
i
n
*
knmvlrflgf
ami
f.xperIhe ball lucked behind his hip and Time was consumed by double
ing his way jioalwnrd to a third i
dlflnw n. v\ :(I Uf iii'\o!ed to ifclf ,p•freaked to a first down al the Gar- penalties on Gull attempts lo punt. ience nrinlnl lo hcjiin enjoying iliis Monmouih Regional io((ch<lown. It
The llotmifel "Icuiisiup R**,TM.I
ni'jiiM^.' avi'/jj'r'"
]'h#*n h sthr
net Gull 4.1. This surprising devel- Tht Gulls Wfre containing the I f a i t r t i K row in-- <if Hdult *tp»rt]i. Ap- made little differencf that the tion t*<irnn»i.ssi<»n will sponsor 'hv will hi* drawn and t nMipi*1 iiion will
< phcal'um blanks are •v.'iifable u(
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opment stirred tha Keypurt side o Keypori ground jame from the T
foreff* uf Coach t y Hen*tun missed .trroml ;innu«il UMIJIMJ *! fjnlf 'J'onn• show of emntlaa aiid hope. An now and Nemeth brought Ilieni to 1 your loral spori»i t a r ilralfr, or (he [xiint on thi«i one.
nment for l l o l n t d r l resuiiMtt^ and
phone the rfjiisirnr at 747-54S7.
f f i d penally
l and
da return loh
effside
the , n t Keypori 38. Iheir d
deepest pene- :
their friends Sutuitiay. Oct. if* at r o n s f t of two hov «t. i " o ^ i : is. jm:
Rftclivlt ,Sl«rl Moving
naked reverse gained a new firnt I trmion'of Keypirt lerrilory all the
J^ tt'iH>i'k
mum. \hf J o u r n e y w ; ) l one ^ n o - m i t t 1 MI i j u h M - \ . A |».ir
down nt Ihe Pt, Pleasant .11. Bui i »am* with liie fourth quarter half
MHS JV, froth,
be over IX hole*; a! the Old Orchard
of fortune. Tnkinjt
the pnsuinj(
the Keys went lo Ihe well wilh lhe ! ;,„„,. i t , , i h r u s , s i a | | r d at the Key(inlf t nuivf, Kifmiiown.
kivkoff out In Ihetr own 23. tlirv
plny once loo often, liwt five yards, „,„., j | , m , .vicccssion of running
Football sellcdiiIrs for freNhnun
ihf r'umny1 iin\f fur ri'^rcviilii'j.is
tispii up the third period by t t u i ^ .
tht'n were thrown for another loss pluys
nnd fjiyi'M* (ciinj«: ut M.iluwun Hi1is (hi 1 - S i t t u i i i n v . He*.ci \ i i i i o n s « n d
1
j^inj through six first downs and
: :
•nil hud lo punt. The punt was par| |,,i Keys lii.il i-hiim-r was »M upjiionnl Hijih S» !KK)I have been an 11 yurih Ut score on iheir oun nt'.- l e e s s h o u l d he n u u l i i l l o t h e p > l f
j nounccd hy Hiirry Riz^n,- alhlclii s
cotmnita•*• ol Jr'w ivrf^nlxm nm)
tlally blocked, Ihc Gulls coming i n - i D V cieice'r Hn<l Doerr on run nnd
count, Sachs sen I Brad Powers,
to possession on (heir own ,15.
i ^ p ^.^.f [ r ( l m , h ( . p . , l s . opium : iUicvUu. 'liw jiivwe.*- will [));iy }'t. Loft in Swatter mut Frank Tlv int-iMim ill f ' O . \Ut\ 14, Mottntl*-!
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Plensnnt
Hi-ach
nt
fuunr,
Oct.
H
;
I't i/es A ill \)v aw iirdeil (or j;t u-s
The Gulls sent Harris on hi* way i( o ( i , r f». Mnihuni 4-1. An iiili-ri'i'pmore on tijtmloff* inio (fit* Cioldcn
fair a first down over In KHS ter-; t i , m t[ ,)„. <:;nil :12 ended il. Patter- ! Hjiiilan Tn\vn«hi|j. a u a v. Oct.l-'dlcon forward wall through 13 .'in<I net ••rc'fps, ( i m r M to i}u> j i m
',
2\;
Kcvjtorf,
awity,
Ort.
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Madion
the fourteen!)! hole jnid l(»i^i",t
rllory. Ncmeili reached lhe 45, bill i s o n r , c t d ,)„. | 1U || 1,,,,-k i,, i|u- KcyIhc offii'inls dfterleil a f;'aW)in« '( K , r | ;|7 , • „ „ , , | , i , . r (,,n.s(.,l ti> Weber I Mm Township hinne, Nov. - I ; Wall • plavs nnd six firM downs to the drive on ihc seventti Imlc, (i»p!f
M<rnftt<t(i(h
Reffioitiil
'1.
Clvmore
(•(itninitdc [iicnthef^ «ct' .Uthn !•:(/•
Ibe-fave-imisk infractlt>n and back ' „ t n , « e y i IH, hut then three m n T I Twp., inMiic. N'ov. 11, iiiid Kitimon
Ihe Gulls were marched inlo Iheir , passes were bnltrd down mul thrmviiy. Nov. Iff. AH jiiyvr*' j/i'imcs -.mashed over. Owens kickeil the .siiiniiofis, I>nn Kinpsliiiu), Kobe; I
own side of the field, lhey Imd id j defenders l<iok over, l i n e ihc Kcis i Jiff it: HO p i n , The frrshniiiti will j point nnd il \\a*i J(i-7 for the ( i o l d r a Hratly nnd llniry Vadas/.
P1"1^'
' gambled un\visely, havinu
ftiur i tackk' Short' Nekton it) nwny at Falcon*.
I h f Hot kem tnid
one nutic
^. ,10 p in. Oci, M; KaiK.in T u p . j
Then tin* lelnllnllon mi the Key- y.rds tn j n on fmiiili d<i«u Irom JIWJIV it I 111 H.m. Oi-i. | ) i ; Ki'\pnr( 1 chance. Their btR tackle, Cainu-n Steve Nester Heads
porl side broke mil, A nmli/ick 'o i iheir own 38. They tmidr naiv .in Hi lionic <ht. ?-1 HI .1 :ili p in ; Wall ("ni'liiififi. (•(•rnwred ft {irtldcn Ft\\mldfu-ld en me lo iinunlil nnd Ihr j | n i -h. It jjnve lhe CiulU the hull T u p tiuay • ! 3:KJ p.m. Nov. I I ,con fiiinl>l«> on (lie lioni(> ! ' i n n ' s 4 | Monmouth Tennis Club
Red Ruidrrs were buck nl Iheir | without hi'iiiK pinned deeply hrn'k find K t i m w n hi>mr *1 l);^(l p.m. in thr litsi quarter. Jose Peret,
h l e c t i n i i g w i l l 1 held a l Ihc Oi.:ln
fl«n 20-yard line on a cllppiiiK ficti- i n ( 0 rhr-ir own icnltory. It
the Kockefs 1 specii1 m r r c h i m t cant*
Nov. \h.
ntT mectinv! of ( h e M o r k t ' o U l t - r * <>l ;'
ally. Then the nction ht'iiinif more *lmrilly lo ninllvr whfi) n n»vii««
inio Uif LMtiir u h r n S'.\iinj'er antl
the
MonniiKJlh I'l-Jims t'lnb, ()u\y,o
yniPMHiie, Wayne Sienei'k cut u»- Kcy
iWrnre tlirrw PinirchiiT
Clynioi'i' ii|i|H'il ,nwl tnrc i h n r w.iv
inH pr-'-iridit (Untyv
|)i»yU- w c l
licM for 18
18 yards
on a dtlayiil huck for
yank on
ci mi iwo allrmpi" lo i d
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• fur ii f i c i I'nwn, [hen h,id f m i n h t o m r d lit'- n* ^' tpffici'rj. who in .•:
down and I n • ' in -.'o ni the MI>IV •Sieve W - . ' r ! , p r r m i l i ' i i l ; A)jin M;i •
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roujshhoLiMni* penally ( o h\w\\>. I h e his. o w n n-rriiorv.
1 in Siwti v f 'mift i ''lire 1ms iinmouth U i M i i u l .'.*) Itul l!)r ( i n l i l m huniilil, \ ! f ' jii r s H l n i i : Dun K'-l ;
KMS first ekiwn ptiMt tin* mitfii'-iit \
M w r i H (>*>•*n PHKH
noimri'd HII r> I'liiil i u d i i ^ i liiil io f-'iilrun-i h.iil Ii -.nil M-Hii I'.-iiv, 'i« Ii'ht'i', 11 .'iisin1'.'!1 iind I iirnl K'->iM r l p « . Juhnny D i w r r r o j c h c i l llu? ; ' | ) ) r n mmr Dnil hist i J r * | * f i i i i r
wns >> m.iN.ci) Jtuii), iind 'lie Ki)i'l(w i l l 41 tin n keep piny, unly t<» t r y on f m i i l h d o w n , it wobbly pus*; lltltll'll til V'iUHl MM tlH' s.ll 1 '1 'S i'l rts ' l i n e * \ , i ' . slo|)|ii'd in n l i u r i v .
.\ii'inlH<is m o it'iiiindcd thai the '
hiive (ho bull m o v n l down to Hit1 uriuVr pri'SMirr Unit I hi- Keys hiM- iinv i n n h ' i ' in i' IIMIIII. II . -1 i -• It i *i I he Ildllir '.nit- llll'l) [ihi<,-!'il \uii- •iniiiiul (in|)hy tliiuici d i i m c , w l i i - h
VU r i f i i f i a u l 2ti->iii'iJ murkiT
ns J ! (»••! tUtwn f»l U H r i n i n Mi, - m l y t'. full, h'niiik / . i m p il<> ). •
. ' IIJ :') si'ssu-n !n«,l]jj'l| m -tin unt Ihc c l n i l i » i ) l (tJ.sfi c c i r l m i l * 1 Die -lOlJ) nnnih l i l f . I h r • dislHniT . lo - the . n o i i l - i luivo n ?.; riV. «• P j i i i i s o n ' * . li.'imci
Sf'iionl I'l i|M'i|),ll. .Ml.MiMiir 't| [|i,i< mi Irsi i he iiniliM MIIIS Hock' 14 (II ;i',v vtMMiiv, will In* ticlil Ot-t uii iit i h r ,
line pi-miliy for sliiKr.iiiK ''V ll>(< j. Wiimrc off to tltr a r n ^ i»f \'.w »i-l*'- one w ill he |M i null -1 1 n;i ' u- «• ti!*•• <i'u •'<'•'• lor n i n i l n i l ,
Item on Hit I Connlr v ('kih, M i •<
A J i r r Mil- y,nnu\
i'muh
HfUKim N*\tif"*r, 'J;ait'r ihjujMum, rcijii/'s's
ftJir* U I I I K H I I ii IM'. 1 - •tiili'Uiu- |i,t%Hl-'IrM D o w n I - W Kcy|M>rf
; *MUIL lim< vvlih ;m M-CUIKIS I r f i .
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lliiil tin- only i r a l ilif. miMiiheis |o i nil her lur infornwi*.
*'«* Will (UllV It' I'.-ilH'il Iu I lie pM".'.. , lUhnllli'il
H i r O u l K foiintl IhntiM'lvcK i n .i | O n Ihc ijcncrnl piny o l i l w yaini-,
fl'H'IH I1 hrKMTt) I 111* I I'll 11 IS Will lion nnd icsn vtniotis for inrmbcrs i
and trw Gulls urrf
hi u Unm thrir leo tirrrww
a new off Ihr hall mill |»il him ikiun in
i»lrty i I)II; Kry* ivcic itvttinnUnit on ilv-
Ihr
iltf-niliii|< pliyHJi iiin tun! i o.u it
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Now Thru Saturday
Tinv
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STEVE MCQUEEN
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THE GREAT ADVENTURE BEGINS W»TH
STEVE MCQUEEN . § *
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" H A f A M N A NODIN"
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
Ifcurrioy, OcteW 10, 1969
Rockets Open New Field; Huskies,
Keys, Play Away; Spartans-Rams
Matawan Twp.PW
Teams In Split
I Jersey Shore League
First Section — Pag* Seven
Don I'orovfuhio and run 65 yards i date iast Salurday preparing for
for llie ionr louchdown <>[ the game. j the, big battle with Mnntdair.
BOWLING
STANDINGS1
Ocean Central
Thumps iYlatawan
20-13 to Metuchen. a team lln.'y
quarterback, Binkie Moriarty, back would nut have played for practice hands of the defending Shore Contor this one. Ron Sachs has Ixvn some years ago. then were ripped ference "B" champions. Ocean
i.'ulng a good job since .Vlorlarty eml-for-end Saturday by Highland i County Central Regional at the
Golden Eagles' field Saturday.
Park B-i. Highland. Park Is anolh-i This is the worst setback suffered
er team the Bricktowners would! by a Matawan eleven since the
in the defensive, leaving .Vloriar- have run over only a few years'
ly without having to do more on ago. So fallen are the mighty. Tli" days when the Huskies were lanorkfense than fill the deep safely Spartans «h4iuld be the equal of lin", with Ihe powerhouses of Brick
role. Ocean County Southern Re- such Oeoup II combines as Metuch-: Township.
gional hns sustained defeats in their en and Highland Park, MI it looks' Saturday it was a one-way shov..
Iv.o games to dale. K e y p o r t like the first big day in gridiron ' as the defending chumps, with lefuiuelched (hem 13-7 and then Ruin- history for the Madison l.ighl Blue \ ttrmen starters al nine of eleven
ton opened its season by blotting and While Saturday.
positions, dominated Ihe picture .ifter a colorless first period.
them out !3-l last Saturday.
Rackets Have Chance
I.est things be made to look Ion
Tie encounter with the Rams
harsh for Malawan, it can be said
marks this first time this season
that this is an even belter Cenlr.il
Ihe Rockets will not be going into
eleven that performed last year.
11 game overmatched. The Oce.ni
They are championship veterans
Southern forces lost their ace,
with another year's experience under
their
Wayne Wtlsliirt, by graduation aivt
Union Beach and Keansbuii ....
. . belt's. Nobody
. but , Brick
three other letttrrmen in the back- nroved no match for Kevport and ' l l , l ™, h l l 1 appears to have a chance
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litld. Accordingly their offensive is 1Fair Haven respectively in the lead I"". I "'" " <his writing and the
a bit on the.rudimentary- side so , games of Ihe Jersey Shore p,, p i N< clobbering of Maiawan w,l not
o ny
h season with
i Jim
i Rubriglu,
H b i h Warner League Sunday The Key i
far tills
P" l n " plus lambaMj.nd Jim Sculba their passing am! | , „ , , Blackbirds rulled over Union > ' " « , l h t , G»ld«n r
;
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0
u
m
r
v
a
ninnin;; backs.
32-S while
ninnn;;
b c s . The
he Ram
R mline will I ffeacrh
I Beacir:i2-VwhHethe
Kiin^bur
' l 'i l "
' ' I n ' 5 ! e a r o n ' r '" w
outweigh the Rockets. Hut ihe ! | j | u ( , j c l l n 5 succurr.t>ed to the Fair' '''•
''' * a n t *'llvero lcruised
over th's
am b
Green and Cray forwards ha\
have 1 Haven
^
i '''
^ **•' '' ' P '"'nH 'lay of the
2!M>. The
Sl>i
more mobility.
"' n n w i " remain the shore fooland
y II .should b* a nice ti>
, Fair Haven
,thereby'
Kn i cteams
mn!>
lltlIuy
Falcons, Birds,
Big Scoring Day
i.ven s a m e With which to open
r,nv l i e d to thi; public.
.1 , r i l n , i n U ( . ( l t 0 i l m b | t . a | o n ( ,
l n c hf-jd of the league.
t.asily
d't
hall mystery of Ihe year.
• » • « Penetralln
Keyport came out of Ihe Pt. noii^* those of not such formidMalawan's best penetration w a s
Pleasant gaine in good physical able Mature, Matawan's Falcons, a heave down to ibn Golden F.agles
*bnp.\ FrunUie Mirio. center, was ! hoping to push up with the leaders ' 33 by Frankie D'Apolito, subbing
a bit shaken up. but he will be I' made mincemeat of Morgan 40-11, ' for the injured George Morrell.
itaciy to no. The Keys feel that land New Shrewsbury passed 'he , George Siebert. hack in Ihe Marnon
with their success in containing the j Rarilan Township Rams into ex- j and Steel lineup a (irsl lime this
Garnet Gulls' Bob Harris and Dan Unction 27-0.
, year, distinguished himself in pass
Neineth, Rulph Mango, by himself; The Keypori • Union Beach game i receiving. Jimmy Mclna did a good
slone, presents no greater difficul-' saw Ray llalliday take Ihe play j! job in getting loose for downfield
ly. Mango is a belter passer titan ] away from the Beachers from :he |;blocking on those few occasions
any the Gulls had ond Mike Luc- •start. He scored three times in Ihethat Malawan had anything 10
carelli, Monmouth Regional full-' first half, capping a long march!
hack, plunge! up center In bet.er unwnfield in the first quarter with ;
style than any of the Gulls.
ja , 0 . y n r d d a s h j n l o [ h e ,,„,, , n n c ;
But defense is not so much the . H e ,„,, | h t . s . , m e i n , h e s ( c o n d
. ,
The Huskies' glaring
• , * h «,
d(,f
w j | | 'f
weakness
; , ,
:
P
to g o 25-yards after receiving ' season. Ocean Central quarterback,
Keys will not wb' U ,
T-formation pabe able to «o in for i t f o r h i s t h i r d , c o r e _ U n i ( m B e a , h K ( | J , e r K r i n t . V | u s l , ( , | h ( , p a s s . ( l p .
assing ana u e e p p r , . s t . m t . d no special threat in Ihe ! lion wilh deadly erfeel once the
•flays. Their single
wing, nnvipr
power #:.
:IMI>|J> lumii
. stalemated
.
. punting
y duel. of
. trie first
'
first. i.-i#
half.
tight,' should be more in evidence
quarter w a s a thing of the past.
Oat Big Mamenl
looks like a ,ti|flu
Saturday. It lo
g one
The F.agles marched
gnalward
with
•••••-the Keys having Ihe
' edge.
'
the Beachers had one big mo- along Ih'j ground as the first quarHurl By
y l ajj w i n
ment in Ihe game. They put on a ter was drawing m a close and
' woes have
h b
Matawan's
beeri conV" daz/.linj; handuff in Ihe bnckfield Kriney struck on a pass to Dewi-y
|»unded in advance of the Pt. Plea- early in the third quarter out uf Marvin as the second quarter opBrian Kenny came lo pa-is
rant encounter. No George Morrell which
ened for ihe first score (if the ball
0
3
,„ pass
,,.,.,., punt
,,„ and run has now IH*< i " . crossover play to Ed Oster10
me. The, F.agles repeated the
enme no Frankie D'Armlitii for ihLi v'dj that caught the Keyport do-, - ,
,:
, . .:•
.,
1
ilulv cither The Dint
sized and fenders unprepared and was good, P*"""
'" 1 1 -'. 8 , 1 • M a t ' l v ; ? 1 1 c n u l d
iiuij u i n i r . i n c pirn . • ' " • " • . , ' • » „ ). r a 7 t v a r d worin» nt-iv
" o l t!"1" ! l l u l " a ( 1 '" v i e d posses^punlsy understudy for Morrell has | " •• i>.var(i scoring play.
' Sion From mid'iel.l ihe tl utwlvr
beon forced out with a knee injury, j After Ihis one big splurge, the '
mui.ieiu m t tnunuering Central horde
moved in. then
In addition, the a c e guard, Bernie J Ueachers had had it and they Kriney sen! a crossback heave 10
Fagen, had lo be treated at Paul lapsed into a slate of being buffef- the cutting - over Marvin that left
Kimball Hospital, l.nkewood. afti-r ! ed. A Slusarz • to - llalliday hullon- the Mnuiwan deep deft-rise a total
Ihe Ocean Central nami'. s u is 3 hook pass for 40-yords ran up thevoid for the j^eeond toLuhdnwn.
douhilul starter Saturday. Coach! score against them and a Mike
The third Central score of the
Barry Rizzo has put logelher it] Phelan Rvyard run from an interquarter came afler a breakawiy
makeshift backfuVId of Ron David,. ception finished them off.
run
by Richie Norcross. Kriney
Bob Woolley, Tom Dcvino and Billy I T h e Matawan
deprediiiions
shovel passed ID Marvin on the
Farrell. It is to b« noted three of j against Morgan started early and
wing al the M1IS 12 and it was 20-0
these players are linemen drafted; kept going late. Twice the Falcons
at halftime.
fcir such backfield duty as they can : scored in the first quarter, Jim
Recnvtr Fumble
perform. Farrell. wh<i has shown j Rice on a 35-yard
dash around end \
y
Things became even more dull at
an unusual adaptability lor pass and Glenn Walls/.ak splitting die
intercepting from his tnd post, is center
.
- the
. .. line. This stennd_ the start of [he second half, from
of
lne
looked to do morv of it playing :n touchdown was set up by a fi.Vvard .
Malawan standpoint, as Sam
Ihe safety role. Me- is II ft. 1 in. tall run by quarterback Steve Long on Oughloii, Ocean Central end. recovand a basketball pbyer. so Coach a krep play.
. ered a fumble shortly after the
Hizzn is experimenting with him as
S»c—a1 Quarter Score*
second half kickoff at the Ml IS 19.
Ihe possible answer in Matawan's
The second quarter wns more Malawan rose up lo pin a loss on
deplorable lack of defense in depth. and worse of Ihe first for Morga.i. Marvin, but Kriney then called on
Wilbur Underwood ivill take Far- The Falcons' Randy Davis wowed Norcross and the alternate Gold
the crowd by first running lii yards a n 'l Maroon ballcarrier romped .n
U's usual place u\ end.
o ra
fourth score.
Miiliiwan is hurting along the and then H.5 ynrds from scrimmage. '
{line. I.Ki, where John Bradley 'S Thtr second one was called back on i The Malawan team came up wilh
Viil of net inn at tackle. Bui it can- a penalty for clipping. Hut Ibis ; a good runback by Ron David "n
nnl bt' un all one-way deal, all bad. iKilhered Ihe Falcons nut at all forthe ensuing kickoff. But the Hus1 45-yard kies had 10 go to the air. Ihe big
The M'lroun and Steel gets back .1 Rice cut off tackle for 1
spot runner, Kd Gallo, Saturday. touchdown jaunt after Long and Central ends were swarming in
With him available, the Huskies Davis had brought the ball out.
over O'Apolito, Huskies passer.
ran step up their running attack ui
Davis made another of his stu- Marvin grabbed off the pass to
mnke up tor their wiM'ful want of pendous gallops from scrimmage David and scampered 42 yards for
fussing.
In go 50 yards for another Matawan his personal fourth touchdown of
Even in the style of play. :he touchdown, then look a pass from the day.
Huskies nre hampered. The Key-Long at the Morgan 30 for his own
That was enough for both Coach(ort - PI. Plensnnl Beach game fourth touchdown of Ihe day in thees Marry Riz2n. Matawan. anil .1™revealed that defensively the Gar-final quarter.
lloyd. Central, and Ihe game was
The Keanshurg - Fair Haven brightened by having nearly every
Ml Gulls have no trouble containing a single wing power offense, in game uas largely a showing nf lhe hoy on either bench see aciion beIbat they have a defensive line av- fabulous lalenls of the Tigers Mike fore Ihe onesided affair Was over.
eraging UIKi lbs. t o Ihe man. RutGalbavy and Dave Snydfr. but aThe Malawan reserves appeared lo
OCT
12
stubborn Ktansuurg defrnse put have the belter of the going in this
Fair Haven iu as much stress as ballle of 1 he benchwarmcis, but
hat any other team this year.
Ihis could have been because CniIll* Raritan Ram» still displayed Iral had more third, fnurili mil
the quality of greenness. Their line fiflh stringers lo run in lo get replay was nil that could be di'Kirrd, ' ward for diligrnce in coining to
but in pa.M defense they had little practice and laking u bruising
j to offer against the pinpointed pasi- scrimmaging the vaisiiv
1 es lo receivers under full steam
srvrisTits
Mat.
Out.
I ahead nf New Shrewsbury's Tiintny .. , ,
j Farrell. Three times Farrell hinig MMIIIIK vnrilun,|.«
21*
i th« ball right on the hook for his
I receivers as they moved (oalwar:!.
1
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Srluml •••• - i l ' l A m t t r . ' . . l , i , \ i . |
K i n f t . KnifiMi.
K.iilri'k.
fonlbull team hus niuile llie (reshilll iillir
innn squad nt Rutgers. He pl.i\,<l
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al guiird fnr p.irl nf I'M- IMIIH'
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Ihe 1'i'iin
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OCT. l »
MATKKY
J
f
l hm ne nl n o k aRlly
a r z h.iok , c.nfincti to lhe sidelines lor lhe
a = , „ ,'"•:'.:!
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LAST
DAY
c
«
iTr.im Nn. 7
• J. II DahrrflbnrK
I>iin> Nn. 10
FiMir Face Mask I'enalllei
I Adding us! to their meeting .',
The only feaiure marring
arring an "ill iiie fact that Mnnciair State s
MARNKK SrANIIl
?W n<ffc
( ' V l ' l l l l l - n l .-» Ikl'li-t'.ri
.r'lr^j
erwise
nt,y
played
g
a
m
e
also undefeated, havinj: t.ikt n F..i^t
N'lirltirrn Ithltltin
wns tin -m|xis:'Kin (if iour penalNext Saturday should be another they did show "a vulnerability to
Matawan Township Hop Warner : tics agi'i n v :hr I'eiieans for grab- Si rijudslnirg, Snulheiii Connet-ticui
State, ami Central
Cimneotifjl
•me of those historic occasions for delayed handoffs, bellies and boo:- ptDjf'i
teams gamed an even split wi;h : bing tii fui:i' mask. ji:| traced 'o
Si.ite all nun camp sn far this .-ea
high school football in this area. legs from the T. But llie Huskies j N\...,
MIIN'MOliTII I I I I M V
( A l l l l l l l C
tennis of the St. Peter's parish. one plii\
U will affect the two newer schools. have no T-formation pass - option ! M»iiii<
] .-.nn. A lar^r hmly of Montclair
It is i p'
Nt-vv Hrunswick, at the old Mnta- !
thi new field ior thfRuritan Township playilie their firs!! quarterback, MI (here is no induce
W
wan \l\^\\ field Sunday.
t Little Il k n s 'i,nk of ihe M,i;i- • S t a t e iiliiiiini f r n m t h ; s a i t a a r e e x jiame on their new field, opposing; ment for Coach Ri/70.10 change his
12
Nt
• p e i t e d t n a t t e n d [!»• h o m t n c m r c t wan Ri
II
.11.1;
Ili^h
School,
JII^I
e.ist
n
i
r
No
The PW (Peewces) of Malawani
Ocean County Southern Regional,! mode of attack,
inf! o f t h e t w o r i v a l s .
of ti;e
II
I Union IWirh
. I'.riuol!.'! •. \ ' r
iilirnn
nn
wh.i.lt
[he
big
1
Township
were
victors
7-li
over
Ihe
:
and Madison Township having its
OlMlaok N M Rosy
It
l-imc Hraiicli
.ih Kiimily Nu. 3
Husk:e-. ,: I hi- Slmre l.'onference
Petrenns Pecuecs; Mickey Shiive •
first victory in varsity football as .t As for the Spartans, their out- 'jll
< f . M K A l . JI'.IISKV
. Ann's Nn. ]
1
play, .-.' K,- ii-;i(ly for IH'M SunUAUM-'.K I l'.lll-:ltATION
Ueiinlu-!'' No. 3
scored thf inuciKlnwii for the Little .
p
forth to play, of all teams. look is not all rosy either, but it is iMnrr.*ndtty's
i2
Ann > N n
Sunda.Vv H.-.11IH
e unli the Sr*"'^'.von<l
Huskie P'-ni-t-i with a quarterback '
South River, on the Hricktowncis a grat deal better than Mau-I
> 5 hure K n l C No , 1
B
illi*-m
N'orlhrnt Division
If i; \ not ihu teams '.v;ll
kci.-|H.*r in the second quarter. B m n j
field. It is a sad day for the once wan's. The bin drawback to ihe' K;itr tljvi'n
>
1> l-iiimh N
2't. Kc:u)slitMV it
]
return
:lv
old
)iij?h
^ilinnl
fieid
M.n'\'?
; ;^|>,
McNulty niadp tiie extra j>oint. {
high and haughty when .Matawan, Spartans prospects auainst Sou.li | Hivrr I'Uza 2". Itumsitn VJ
SI I'rx-r'j
, No. 2
for
the
This
proved
to
he
the
winning
m;ir-:
South River and New Brunswick, River is that Bob Chickella, the:r
Kevpdtt ;il!. Union Ht-ai-h <i
j South Hi\*r
f
K nl C No. t
N'I-V. Wircu-hu,^ 2',. MiinWin I).
gin when later
Tom Henderson !
St. M.-u-v'i i M i l
have to dread the coming of the j s t L , r l i n M w | n g b l l c k o n d e f e n s e w a s
1
' Ji.M-nh
Mttldtetiwn Utt, L<HIK ii fil ,i.!i 11,
I Miita.'.iin T u | )
Calh. Men No. 1 1
iirukc through Mmatvan Township Rankl On Defense In
next
fcimi.
p
i
.
Monday.
Chickella,:
INinlh
l'.iTO>u.rh
hurl jn ract cl
f
W. V,
Nnrtlirrn Division
defenses
in
tin*
final
quarter
10
;:o.
S.iuln Amlmy
1.
The Maroon and Steel grimly next to Glenn
_.
- . was the outDavis,
\J>\\\1 IIranch nl Mat;iv.;m.
for a score. Ihe rush fnr the extra , Upsala-Montclair St.
(.
S.ivr.MlIc
ishnri1 Cam. Men Nf. 2
Moi'Kitn itt Harir.iu Tup.
topes it will not be an historic occa- standing Spartan performer on the
t
S.n-lt-il
llf.'irt
'
N
R
)
Ann'f Nn. :i
point was stopped cold.
j
Hiver i'lu/ii ;tt Ke.v |n.[ 1.
sion of a different sort, a record field against Sayreville. lie do',*s
1
rnllwi tll^'S N'o. 1
New Shrew i))mr> at Kp;.i,..btira-.
lioli
R.uiki, Malawan
lligh'f
S<<nlh*-rn I)i\i-nm: Soulfi Itiver «l
In llie midget (III:) years) divi- 1
all-time wnre run up against them not spare easily.
t
Brnrdiu-f* N o 1
I-'iiir Haven nl Mulr1:t'1<nwi.
SI.
I
'
e
l
f
r
s
.
Sa\i»-vilic
at
Smini
Amquarterback
in
IU5!I.
will
be
at
Hie
^
>
shore Catli. Men No. 3
Union Ht-.i.'li Mt Kums.m.
sinn, th.' Pop Warner represents-'
when they visit the field of the Against ihe loss of Chickella, is
Atnrt
I
St.
2
lives nf Ihe township were beaten j fullback post ivn defense when Uo- Heurt al North
h;|ih-riilin): Garnet Gulls. Keyport the offset that Bo Hamulak, the
.-k. 2 r i m . I SI. J.nnr^ No 1
J
nn ii pass interception, St. Peter's ; saln College hues up tomorrow Al
plays at Moomcurh Regional vs. Madison punter and lincbusier will
: it'Iv f a i n ilv N.>. 1
und the Little Huskies locked in 1 !H p.Ill , under lhe lights to play ;
The Man Mango k Co. The Keypori be ready to so Saturday. Also Hob
it pays to be a K<«MI
h'fivr
MAI KI-.V UKDNKSDA
scoreless duel until late in the jneigliiini inj; r 1 \- a I, Muni flair Stiite i wtiile operating an f-|er;iical ap- J
battle with the Golden Kagles looks Francisco, the enlongaled end, will
LA I) IKS
game when a forward pass by'. at Upsala Stadium, Kast Orange
Jike Ihe more even match of the
pliance. Any change in SIHIIHI. pa1"- |
be better off in his pass - catching
n
John Szyann was intercepted. The I 'lhe Vikings have won both their ticulaily a raspy or uneven nnise. M . i i - K n K . - i - i i - . i l i i . i l
day.
with an injured finger healed.
)(•
Matawan Township forces were i games this year Ijy coiufoi table i indicates pnsMbie d e f e n or nnil- W l i . i l r A K i i H y
b
In the one jjamc on the local
For Souln River, the season has
y
scent', Rarilan vs. the Ocean Rams, been a nightmare so far. TheA name lo forget in what Mat.i- pressing inwards the New Brims- i margins, upsetting SiiMjueh.inna in functinn. Ihe machine .should I"' AS »iii<ui -r ri i r t. 'in! i i iIl l i - Kp At rM I S i r \ ; c f
7
Green and Gray Coach Joe Oxley Bricktowners lost in their opener wan fears now will be a season M wick tenui's j;o.il when the pass i their nptni-r ;itit\ llir-n luiluhllng ll*>- • stopped at once and the trouble in S.ull
7
furmi.
was
picked
off
by
the
Petreans
I
barl
College.
They
had
an
open
C
ve5tigated.
forget, was a .14(1 drubbing at the
expects to have his T-forniation
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Po§« Eight -
THE MAT AW A N JOURNAL, N. J.
Nrtt Section
Thursday, October 10, 1*43
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Stewing Veal
69c
Meat Loaf '••"•'- 6 9 c
Sauerkraut " • 2 Z. XT
C
CANNED
HAMS
6
9
:
BACON
THICK SLICED \: 99 •••'short Ribs 49*
Get Valuable Gifts, tee I
SAVE PLAID STAMPS TURKEY ROASTS 89: BOLOGNA
3 9 : Bacon End Slices 45
feMtM*—U(M tit Itrt UMI—4 It • Iks.
"liM'-«l|»»" tialltf
PltttO BOOf
p >k > > ln
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!» tkt H I M
A4P BRANO GRADa A-CHUNK «r
YOU NEVER PAY MORE AT A l P*
Mat •mlrtf
Large Eggs
WilJm.f.
.!«. • • (
Milt M»l-o-lit—MK««rluf irMfM IkitM
Sliced American 49 C
Slic.J or Chunk
fc
" •
6
Danish Blue Cheese
85
Imported Romano ":'.::. lkS5°
Provolona Cheese ':z':4 b M c
RieoHa Cheese ^
^ ,1.25
SLICED PINEAPPLE 3 8 9 GRAPEFRUIT
BUITONI J££7£L. 3 8 9 String Beam 17
Washed Spinach 19
PINEAPPLE T0M«H»?°
4.L89
Tomatoes .5S! ,t;i9
ASTE
PROGRESSO *K 9 s 8 9 Brussel Sprouts 2S
SWEET CORN • 10 8 9 APPLES
HEINZ KOSHER DILLS ~ 3 9
3:. 25' 2 - 29
GRAPEFRUITJUICE 2 7 3
Fl.rHi
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it's National Apple Week!
U. S. I i . 1 GRAIE
CORTLANI
tmH, MtakM tr Ttfity—11 ••. pt|-
Morten Dinners 2 7S*
Strawberries 3 Z B9'
Hawaiian UNCH 3 ::; 49*
•\aVOBBlala\ft' B^lftal
wmm^mmt rim
Chicken,
NwafflakaWaffloa
Roaian Ravioli
M
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Ct,..i.
n. p
-P».I«J inj D.v.lniJ |l/,lb.'| '
Individually Pi
Kiaf Crab Meet
FHWCIame -
CINI
••rk »r
Neini Beans
Pink Salmon
W T«m«U I I U H
•Nut
FrultJylce
am
Evans Walnut Dessert Topoiag
',;: 41 *
Minute Rice
'*;; 47*
I^«I..J_P,..C..I.4
Dixio Cups
""'r:,",!:'"1
:,ls',S7«
Kitchen Charm Waxed Paper
, 20#
WoodburySoap H^Xi!.^" I b i ^ '
Hartz Mountain Dos Yummies 2 ;,:;, 35°
Z.
mm
»'> 59'
Halm
Chill Sauce
f 14..
M.IM
- •
Por tliAninf pilnfad lurftfl
J^arkets
I Illu
l l l ^ . i . « C | i pi.»fluid Ct i
pliltlt • • ' «i, pliilia ™ l
:
«•••
Soottiai
Facial TisiHoa
Spia I Spaa
Liajuie) •etergent
Danish FRUIT AND NUT RINO
Angel Food Ring "•• 49<
Ball Denuts
Colgate
7HI CKAT ATUNTIC I PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, INC.
W H h Chl«ri«»l
Jan* fmrkt Voluttl
Iptelil Tkli Wnk
Colsf.
'
CHERRY PIE
J
rj:v.,A2::.:.43'
frlo«< •! 13*
Gomatoah
Pia Filliaf
urn
Whil. .r Colot.d-t ply
I Ik. I
Marvel Ice Cream
Itttait Oanoo
NllklM
C#||A|||||«
2 2 27'
53* AiPPtas
CktiM tf 4 riavtr*
Paa
t
|1*t.14
II. I I .
Premiym Saltiaee l.H.d .1 Uni.lt.<
w
I M.llo
Cheek F«IIO'Nyte(roffM AIM<
Grin^
Burry's fiaueho Cookies
Blua Boaaot Margarine
Boxioo Mineee* Clams
Mueller's Elbow Macaroni
%
i,#(8rTurUy *
REO DELICIOUS
100'j MIROIANT SINCI IDS')
Blue ChNr
l.oM
l.b.
Baania Flaff
Rlaia
400
I fried ffffctiv* thru Saf.,
Octobtr l l l h In %up*r
Mardfti and J«lf-J»rvle«
•larti snly In Northern
N»w Jfrisy, Orang* •
i Rscliland Ceunllai.
Tirfo
l a t h BatarfORl
III. Fimily « i h aid dU
f»i AulomilU W.ik.n
lib. <
I Ib. l
All Tuliiidii I'lmliMli, I ir>li Milk mil Alrdlmlin llcvmj-i nauijil Irum 1'liiil Itiniji olat,
RARITAN TOWNSHIP
CLIFFWOOD
KEANSBURG
PORT MONMOUTH
Rf, 36 and Pools Ave.
Highway 35 and Cliffwood Av«.
Rt. 36 and Main St.
Rt. 36 and Wilson Av«.
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
y; <)«tob«r 10, 1963
COLUMBUS DAY
PAINT SALE!
• U V NOW AND SAVE!
OPEN SUNDAY
Vl\VI. LATEX WAIX PAINT
y*4 h a t tor In • | M d lulex paint
at ini.iii « • • itttu y«« (iptelttf (« pay! While
nail' »n»<»: Oaea Heck!
89
af nib •(
WALLPAPERS
Waakablt!
HOOF COATING
Other Unoifvcrfiscd Morwy-Saversf
B»»-MAN PAINT STORE
ROUTE IS AT CLIFFWUOD AVE.
(A * r ClfHmW SlMffinc Center)
Open Tuesday thru Friday Till 9
First Section — Pogt Nin«
Use WANT ADS to Buy-Sell -Rent
HOUSES FOR SALE I HOUSES FOR SALE
MATAWAN
I
NO .MONEY DOWN
.$700 DOWN
I If your credit is good you cun huv
i Ibese new ri bedroom homes with
• no money down, Incaltd in Union
i Beach. Immediate; occupancy, f'oi
Brick front, six-room ranch, with | information call Scorns Construeenclosed porch, fireplace, hoi water
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heat, attached Karate, best neijih.borhoud. J17,!)75.
HAZI.F:T
F.II.A. APPROVED
VAN'S AGENCY
REALTOR
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
l-'LOWKRING SHRUBS;
BEST TOP SOIL
AUTOS FOR SALE
HELP WANTED
SCHANCK &, SIHLER
SEWING
MACHINE
OPERATORS
USED CARS
Larjji'. many varieties, 3 Inr J l
Dij; your mvn. MtATM.
wjtf : Chicken manure, bine stone, roan '• IflVY 34
MATAWAN
- • ' gravel, uashed pr.-U't'l, f.'ind. fil) j
Siilurday. Ocio-,
Ocio- , | ] r t i ( . , c b u ||diKin)! and backhot
KUMMAGK SA1.K. Siilurday.
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ber 1'Jih it a.m. to 5 p m. < l 'i ,*fr\ice.
Hroiid Si.. Matitwnn, rt-itr I-iist
Mvtliodist Chiirdi, finiiinire. cluthiiij*. dishes etr., vp4in«,ortd by
MORGANVILLE
fcli-n's Club.
\v|I(l
Mi6-57(J7
QUALITY USi:D CARS
P U M P K I N S , wholesale and retail.
_
^W
334 MAIN ST., MATAWAN
/•'ace niminkinv. v i M r pumpkins, i
'
BILL LANZARO'S
AUTO SALES
ECKEL TRUCKING
CR. MAIN & RT. J6
V H S no down, mm vets J(>(iu down,
Indian corn anil Gourds. » I M I : F R E E I N S T A L L A T I O N
ranch, 3 bedrooms, modern scie.nr.
l.trpe variety shrubs anil PachvALUMINUM COMBINATION
kiichen, large living room, full
; ndra. laquire Sigismondi Green-
ce,Iar,l»xMKno,; sp,U rail fencing, ^TBOTZU^RZ
%Z
HWY 34 AND MAIN ST.
convenient lo schools. shopping a m i ! ''!'"•*• l 3 " x ' " 4 ' U • K"" ' ' „ '
MATAWAN
J
transportation, Mihjeri lo a p p r o v a l , : " '
MG-ISM
!
T15,nOC.
CRANE PATH Tt.'Il, like neie. $:
OPEN 7 DAYS
| 2 toilel bowls and Milk, SJS I
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566-2224
OPEN EVES 'TIL 9 P.M.
STORM WINDOWS
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—
.
VOI.KSWACiKN. infi3, 1 dour sedan,
like new nnlv
l BMH
BMH) miles.
il
Call
Cll
r»60-4(,.17.
6 FOR $77
F. x c e 11 e n t permanent positloni
svailable f"r experienced »ewing
machine operators. Single needl*
experience preferred. Sorting sat
ary J55. per week. Automatic iiv
creases. I'nion shop, Paid va>
cations and holiday,'
.Mattel Inc.,
Aeromarine Building, Locust St.,
Keypurt. Call 264-6700.
Hjif
OPKRATOHS HRtittd, experienced
pocket m.ikers VERY high earn: i i ^ s . Gan'-liirc M f g . Co Locust
"
St.,
t<eyp(irt. (Aeromarine Complex.) Call 264-1401.
wj)5tf
Triple track, fuiiy weailier stripped
ernuinc Aliria aluminum. F.-Z till
CASEY'S AO'CY, DROKF.R
«]| tbret*. Oil burner, 4 years ultJ. Can be cleaned from inside. Terms
MAZLIi'i and honey net I utiai hmeius, $(HI ur
MATAWAN. Gl no down. Four 1IWV35
o p e r a t o r i
! 19.V< ['ORD sedan, runs and looks EXPERIENCED
bedroom older hou>e wiih large
reasonable olfer.
Sertiunal sota 32 Broad St. Sll 1-7M0 Red Bank '• (mod. Sacrifice, S1K5. Call Mli
2C4-M42
on piece work basis; averaging
living room, formal dining room,
wjlOj with slip cover Sr>0. Call 2C1-O2H!).
wjtl Mi41.
wjlil $60 to SSI) per week. Under new
baths, lull cellar, city sewers
I
»• j III
supervision. Call Jimmy, 264-566*.
and water, m-ar schools and shopI R'O'MMAGI-: SAI.I'-: n> i>e held »i T R I : M I : N I ) O U S «avinj!S on doors, 1MK I-ORU 2 door, 6 cylinder.
_*
will
AN UNUSUAL HOME
ping, 5512,5(10. Vim's Agency, 2li7
conventional
shift.
I15D.
Call
2C4j Washington |-ji>/iiie Firchnuse,
windows, shullers. rnil'f.vork etc.
BA RTF.NI)F.R, par111ni(. Ca11 2MMain St., Matawan. Tel. MM-1 SSI.
1
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Street,
Malayan.
O
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r
r
Across from Ye Cnilapi Inn. Ki.y1164
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Open seven days.
wjlO 3 bedroom ranch in an ideal local l m i r i !l a.m. in port
Call 2M-WIT2 or 7bA-'S4'&. IS.r/7 LINCOLN. excellent condition Uir that /isherinan or beach Mill and I'iili.
PARTS HOY. must h a v e d r i v e r *
wjlll
family,
l-'ireplace in 21 x Kl !iv- i p.m.
"TcFlANCF. OFTTLI Fl-.l IM E
tion, new riuifllers. pipes and
license. Call 566-1121.
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inj; loom. House features a lar^t? MOVING. re(riceraii>r freezer, pus
battery. 4'.'.IIOO original miles. Best FACTORY and supervisory perFour bedrooms, kiichen, bathroom, fiimily room, birchwood in li\iriK i ranjie. 7 ptei e dinette set. wrinjjo l l i r , no dealer. Call 56S-7243.
sonnel thfat can produce and meel
I extra lur^e room, 2 spare rooms, room, dining room and kiichen. i i washer eic. Must be sole), all
nuolas. Apply BaUard A d v e r t i s i n g ,
wjld
a long side porch, 1 car parade. Louveted doors on cabinets. Price, like new. Cull 7S7.4M.
133 - 1st SI ••
19,'iti Ford. I door. Mick
Tj-5
Good lor handy man. needs some $22,500.
GAS RANGK, 4ti'' Deluxe Tappin,
19S6 Hoick
275 : F I F. I. D REPRESENTATIVE H
repairs, or can be maile into
$75. Call .ir.fi-M.H.
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1S5 ! Local corior position offered by a
I'J'fi Mercury, automatic
2 aparlmems. Located ill Union W A L K E R & W A L K E R i fjJERRY HUTCH.'larjie teak V
leading national »ale» jervice orBeach on a corner lot 50 x IWI,
Yiibic" hiirT ladiler'back rorker. 3 -38 for 58 Ib. baj: while it lasts. >'JM Station Wapon, Mercury,
295
gani^ation, over 25. married with
slick
Asking STOOO. Can be seen after
, , ,.'i ,.h..ir«
Mnnle r h f s M • AialeasJ at .25 and up nil colors.
ID'tf Chevy, 2 door, automatic 300 car. Send resume to Box B in care
1
I p.m., day or niKht. Call 264-1841
Cali.
F
iivi't
lled^e
VI
to
1
5
inches
2U«li Highway J5
™
.l, :: beds.' Rugs, "ed!
^
n\
lof thi.^ newspaper.
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for appointment.
Immediate oi>
.1)7 each by lots of 100. Larye
12 x 14,
MiddU'town, New Jersey
14 !l x ](, 11 x 12. 9 x 12 fitlfctitm at evergreens, also leMtil
jcupancy.
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Hooked
rues
8
x
10.
Pk-lure
(rsnnt-s
p. 7 .,.., ; . * . . . . . . . . . . . .eceptionist for pliyPhone: (i71-5.111
HV'V
M
V Y
i;ras*
seed
in
now.
Open
S
t
<
»
is
and antiques. Open it to ! i , Shore
'
BI-.AI.M j sjfian's office. Typing required.
Multiple Listings
M4-S7C6
Furniture, Highway 3!i, Laurence daily; Sumluy 9 lo 5 p.m. R;uitan
. :Siiine eveninj! hours. Please »end
And Trade-ins
MATAWAN AREA
landscaping. Highway 35. South
Harbor.
w)in
!\IL' 'qualiliraliuns
to Box H in care of
Send (or Catalug
q
Ainbuy. Call PArkway 1-0208.
.
JM4
CHL~\'ROLKT.
2
&«*,
Open
7
days
M o i i i i . K IIOMF-, IM'I Nashua, i-x39.0(0 ! Ibis nfw.spapef.
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One acre with brook, 5 room ranch.
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I uripinal miles, radio «nd
cellenl localion. 35' x 10'. imisl
i large living r<wm, modern kitchen
SALf-SLADY in women and cbilGood Intnspfiriation. Ca
| and baih; closed in porch, base- K K Y P O R T . 7""rooms. I'/j baths, sell, bought hmne. Sec .mil r u i k f
w
Call 2t>4 W f .
»jie
1 tnenl. Nice neighborhood, Handy
I
l " , preferred. Full or part lime. A p .
screened porch, baseboard heat, offer.
'man's delight. Asking JI.1,9ii(J.
j f!«il) FALCON, 2 <if«ir, standard l''.v Wi-sirc.rh's, 45 W. Front St.,
pine kiichen, stainless steel sink. LEAVING STATl sewing machine,
1
kiichen set, refrigerator fr#'«.yfr.
transmission, radio, heater, 4 ; K e v p i u t .
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Call J64-.ri3l2 afler (i p.m.
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6 FOR $72.00
j Four bedroom 2 story house. I n ',956 Ponliuc Ciunlinn. SI-''".
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m V
1
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,'"u
S'!"!^,''
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''
n-KANlNG
WOMAN
"l«"heip""wiih
ins room, big kitchen, dining ru«m.
Ford wagun, e>;ce|lent comlilion,
INSTAI.Ll-n
condition, J'l,5. Call 56(1-11,3 after
, a M , | , , a n i n ( , CM between 6 i.n.l
new healing system; 3 acres, nice
5IS0. Musi M-II, Cnll 2 M I W 5 .
TRIPLE TRACK
i p.m.
ivjJO' « p.m.. 1'64 1206.
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I area. 2 car garage, plenty irees. K l i Y P O R T , lovely 4 room apartwjlO'
TILT TYPI-:
PKICF-D for (jiiUk sale. l!i6U P l y >
;
$I6.!»U.
Ki:CI'.l
TIONIST.
5
days
a
week.
1
WF.ATHI-.R
STRIPPED
i n f i l l , recently redecorated, b a r d - n o T AIR FURNACT.. also ciimlun
i l n m l h 2 dnor sed<;n. 2 lone, ra,
, .
.
,
a m. U> it p.m. Must be (?o<nl
wood flr.ors, private entrance,; jition nil and gas stove, very reaH)R THIS AND OTHERS
dm
anil
l.ea.er.
power
sleenrifi
aad
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,
„
,
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.
,
;
„
„
y
lis(
d( rk
lAmx
CK.AWF'O|!D CROMEY
heat and hot wafer sup- ( sociable.
Call after (• p.m..
PLiiASI-: CALL
pouer brakes.
Clean, ( a l l I'M-.
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J'HONK 787-2-lltlJ
i plied, desirable neighborhood. Call 3870.
«11«
I273S.
!
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204-0441.
wjtf GAS space lieat'iT, 75,01111 II T I'.'s,
•MA'll.'RF. mother's helper. c « n
1501 HI'ICK' Special, while, radio i lrans[Mirtii!ir>n. 4 days a week,
\ \ i l h ihermMMat: bents 4 ri'Otns,
and lu-iiier, while v,;ills, standard 'slay in. }!u<>'l home, good food. Call
(JM-'1CK l-:(Jl'll'.MI-.NT, unliiiiili-il
S.'l.'i. Call !MX>lh.
ivjlfj
savings mi new and nseil desks, irai.sniission,
tinted
windslu'clil. I'Arkwr.y 1 s'iil mornings.
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WESriNGIKU'SK lofrineralwr, 111 cl.airs. files, shelving, pails bins Call 2(i-i-U7fil.
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cubic
reel.
I'luloi
20"
TV,
3t
'CAKPI..T r leehanicK arid helpers,
drufliog eutiipmeot arid etc. U;ilph
MATAWAN
I1WY 34
volume Fund X- Wu^'iiall's Htn'V- Mi.cci, 2!i!J Washington Street, Key
I
Top pay, Musso Carpet Service,
566-3311
Furnish**
l-Siv\ 4-il?!,
w))fj
ivirt. Calli'fi-H.ViN.
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w)W ' merits,
:
included. Call 2CI. S' -AL I'DINT Siamese kiiiens.
MA'IAWAN bir-mess man tleMn.s ! HOI Si:\VOi'K. general cleaninji
and all
A
I1AND.SOMI-:
IIICAVY
DUTY
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males anil f.
633:1.
i lo rent room in private lioine in
and ironn:i:. 1 day a week, reft-rCall 2ii4-ii4is.
Wjlfl
Sliatliniore. Cull .'iWiMTI!.
wjlU (r.ce-;. C.-iil r<B-1216.
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!
REALTOR
!
ctn'e
rixjin.s,
lile C;(:NS 2 I(h:ua pumps, ciiihtr
38 HWY. .IB — KKYPORT, N. J .
. ,
HOCSFvVOKKF.R lo clean and help
i
2M-19IS
' ballis, f •_• TV, n-.uul service,
1 S.aviiL.e pjump, I Hemliuht.
care
for
young
child,
2
days
! A fine custoni'huilt split level. Out- special daily and \veekly rates iiiKlon pump. 1 niiuil m a s t e r moiUl
I OR
, wecklv. O in transporlation. Ref.
I slanding features ore: oil hot waler ; ^ ' ' ^ B * ' , ? , „ ' , Ideal for workers M rille•- 1 2 2 n l l e . ln(|tii re Purlj ft ILL CARK fur chililien in my crer.ci'S. f .ill 5*6 t*26 evenings.
Hill Motel, Route tT'S li (Vein, 11.1 Main St. Miita[baseboard heat, fircplacp. .1 b e d - ' 1 "
I Imnit- week days, Ke\/«irt urea. :
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FRF.F. ESTIMATES
«|17
' rooios, lec room, cellar, Irees elc. ."Ifi, Keansbur^.
wan.
Call 264-3O7S between 7 a m . and COOK, hm"ekeeper. 2 in family,
KARL FKANTZ
Don't overlook this home. $2'J.«0*>. • c i N D K R III.OCK BUILDING apC p in,
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live
in.
Nice
living
quarters.
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, . , , , , .
„ , proximalelv 20 x 40 feet; suitable
IIAVIC n c i f ' A R - - " i l l play - in M i M have references, Call K72r
Vuur bantl as substitute (leen- i l l * .
_ «)IO
Lovey ranch m Holm.lel excellent >m a | n , bmimss
„„ m , m a v ,„,• BANK HOOK K-172II Moninoiith HOOF SJIl.N'CLJiS 51.7, ) ptT bundle,
roll
riKilini;
$1.50
HIHI
up.
Frit
;i«e.•).
Call Mfi-MM.
w jl.) WOMAN T<"i clean an<l iron. Own
location, 3 bedrooms, 1 full ceni- n M r ^
shopping Center'. InCcunty National Hank, Keyport
51.75.
asbestos
and
brick
siding
$10
nnc l i e baths family room floor
g
y,_^ „ .
v,| • ^
||a/|fi|_ w j ( f
i:xi'i:RiKNtT-:D
Branch." Finder ri-turn lo bank.
transportti ion One day weekly.
lo ceiling fireplace, exposed beams.
•
a square: also garage dr.ors JM 7.x
.,„,, rrc
Call M6-K257.
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c-<:< f.IK.nist wishes full «r Relerrnces
Slate foyer, full cellar, 2 car AKNOI.I) HOUSE, l'J3 First St.
Finer
Hoolinj:
Supplies.
Old
Hndge
„
married.
Call
p:ln
ljmt,
MAI.F.
p.vpc-rienced real eslai«
!
KaraKC J'-'9.H(IO.
Keyport, comforlable rooms in
Koad, Knplishtown. Call Gibson ',(,(,-nvn
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sali^mar. for new branch offic*
• Spanish speaking home.
Inspect
Cr,SJl.
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in M;itni\«*:i.
All replies conliWe have approximately 200 lislincs • after 5 p.m. daily.
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ilfiiiial.
We nre members of 2
PIN D.M.I, machines \M and up:
lo choose from. Stop in and sec us.:
M.I...S., advances given. Call Mr.
6
pocket
slate
top
|*<ol
tables
w i l d G A R B K N AJ'AH'JAIKNT, .1 air vim.
with set of Ifi hails and accessor- H l ' I L h l N f i L O I S , $10(10 II nil up Thompson. Thompson & Hartell
i.MAI'AWAN reasonable, 3 bedroom
ditiiined rc«irns and bath (new);
electric 5 major appliances
wj!8
ies SI50 and up. Shop next to ma.n John Trab a chino. broker, Cliff Inc.. Sllndyide 7-f*(l0.
I _hojne. CaM S66-5912.
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Main St. between Cliurch and Williorough I'arkinR Lot. Call 2ii4-l.M'i woiid Ave. tun! Archie SI., Clill- WOMAN l"r general cleaning I
MATAWAN Borough, 2 bedroom , j S | Keansbur)!, $55. Call fi7-U»(i.
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wjtf. WIKMI. Cnll 5116-1737.
dav a ive-k. Call 264-1137. wjlO
ranch, attached garage, screened
uilf
HOI'SF.KF.IT'FR. 5 davs per week.
porch. Call MG-2.ra.
wjld
KFYPORT. apartment. unfurn:shCall afler 7 p.m.. 2_M-3429. JvjlO
O N T O N " BEACH"' year old .1 beded, 3 rooms, all utilities supplied.
NURSI-:S .AIDF.r 12 mrdnighi lo 8
room Cape Cud. Corner lot on
wjlf
a.m. slnfi also 7 a.m. Jo 3 p m.
main thoroughfare.
Very low Oil) 2B4-.1729.
-lull
5 il.'i." wee-It. Apply in per.
down payment for qualified buyer AI'ARTMHNT. 3 rooms and balh. :
sun between II a.rr.. ami 3 p.m.,
or purchase under contract availheal, hot waler and giis supplied
Thursday. Friday and Saturday,
able. Call Biltner k Carton Agency. IJnoleum tlirtniglioul rooms, p i i •M
Mount I'll nsant Manor Nursing
M Alain St.. K e y p w l . 264-2*116.
vale entrance. Inrjuire 21'l Dork Si.. .
WJ17 Union Heach.
Hume 38 I rentau Ave,, Malawan.
v-jlO
I
Contractors
I Maintenance
wjJO
APARTMENT. 4; rooms, un furn- Top Soil
FROWN'S
___.
_
:..-^i
SPtXIALS
ACiHICULTURAL
1,1 ME
A lot of living
for just alittle money
VUH'II swim before breakfast in Marc Hampfon's own
r-ii- >ir .nvimming pool. You"ll enjoy all your favorite
.•.puns — boating, fishing, golf, horseback: riding—in
^i>if 'mi's mere moments away.
REALTORS
ALUMINUM
WINDOWS
FOR RENT
Yo'i'll ,-njoy the bcauiy and convenience of Matawan
Ijon'iij'ti -the short stroll to Main Street shopping
iiinl liif. «• press-stop railroad station. C30 minutes to
I M » I ; . I I . .-0 minutes to New York.)
RANKL & WEBER
REALTY CO.
THE
BlLDl-lRBACK AITS.
i
!
WANTED TO RENT
'
Situation Wanted
jCARLTON H.
V«.i' li v-iiioy the private home-like quality of residing
, n M i s - Hampton. Your apartment is in a Georjiian>i.. If. '-:.(oty Colonial, designed like a stalely private
Imiiu-. wi'li shrubs and trees at every window. Outside
;r». broad lawns...private, traffic-free streets...picnic
m ti \. ith. barbecues. Inside are one and two-bedroom
«p.iiincii;i with huge country kitchens featuring
* * < • • • • ' • • • < • * • • • Refrigerators..,snack bars.,.airn'lutiimii.'d living rooms., plus many other feature*
on 'i-iialfy find only in private homes.
<
ALUMINUM
WINDOW
$11.95
LOST
Real Estate For Sale
.<«* M*ic Hampton Garden Apartments today. h'«
on 11 \. coded, richly landscaped acres — adjacent to
Hif IkiiioiMMarc Woods comniunity. And enjoy the
tntift rle ^ant surprise of all: (lie low rents.
l l t « l l siH»,%S...UumitlS rOUR ROOMS...from IMS
••.•"Wag Air CvWUioniag, H u t tmi Hat Wafer.
USINESS SE
ished. Highway M, HaMet.
2
Matawan, traditional homes. 3 ;j.ijiiites from l.ilv Tulip. A l l utilbedrooms, forma! dining room, full ities included, available November
basement, 2 car garage, 517,r.OO and 1st. Call 264-1577.
wjlO
$21,000.
l : , \ ' F r R N I S H F D H p a r t m e n I s.
SMALL JOH siT.ciAi.isis
BETSY ROSS HOMES
AUIOMOUIIF. mechanic, author,
ijf-d Kurd Dealer, line mechanic,
Additions, kitchens and baths re ; p j l . ( > Kmy. ',0/Mi. 5 days, hospital
p
modeled.
Roofing,
siding,
com
i/ation lier-cfitfi
Apply Servit*
GHNKItAI. SI-'.H\TL'l-:S CO.
plete
line
of
remouVlin;:
fervice.
j
MIC 3107
Manager. 'Inms Furd Inc.. 60 Main
riNANCINfi AKRANfiFD
St.. Miiiawun. tlnll .W-lSIKl
wilO
1
Keyport, 2 family, G.I. No Down,
THRU LOCAL BANK
VACUUM CI.I:ANI:R SIRVKT:, I
Loader,
tlo/tr
dcrvirc,
land
clearF.II.A. minimum down.
Subject
Repairs,
hoses
replaced,
Hoover,!
C:«1I_2M-56I1I or 264-4M5.
wjlO
5 VI-:ARS TO PAY
I
lo V.A. and F.II.A. approval. Full
ing, top sfiil, fill dirt, rond gravel Klctiroliix. I.euyt. finu-ial l-.hc-j
ALSO
MATAWAN apartment. .1 rooms
price $n,S(IO.
iind wa.slifd gravel,
I'ARKKR lOAfdil.NG HOME fur
trie, WeMinglimiif, Ktiiriioie, Kir-j
CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
and bath, all utilities supplied
by, Co/rrpact etc. f'it-Jt up and de-j
HL'Ci> mm and women.
Stan
2B4-lfirti — 2C4-II.17
Keyport, 2 story home, 2 baths, L ? i L j ! _ ; ; . _
li'veiv. Call 5(iC 2524.
\tii:/,l(l
licenswl. Call W6-O611, Malawan,
is. balh.
needs some repairs, in a resalable TIIRKF. extra large
VINCI NT .1. D i C I N N A R O
N. J .
_ H i.!j"
heat and hot uaier all \eitr TI:NNL-NI KD., MORGANVII.LE
I neighborhood. SM.OOfl.
Hl.Ufi. CONTRACTOR
C L H - F W O I ' I ) ilofirding i j o m e for
In l'.ovtfy, Historic Matawan Borough
around.
Asphalt lile ihroiighrnit
i
7 l U . D I . i : RU.. HAZ1.KT
eldeily n ' n und wt.inen, p r i \ a t «
566-],S'15
Matawan, see it now, ultra modern the rooms. Impure 2(i'l I>ick SI..
M » i n . m '.' ; B I K between Ravine Drive arid Aberdeen Road,
and slate quests. Licensed by th»
Union
Beach.
".\
illl
Cnnijilele
building line. C.upenrry.
kiichen
surrounded
by
livable
Matuwan Borough, N. J .
Stale,
Jiihies I.. l.auMin, R.N.,
' IV.r nil model cars. A Com I c y ma s.mr y. painting & fchiminurr.
ranch home, $17,500.
MATAWAN aparlinent, .1 rooms
• U I I . D E K OWNER: Howard Sifjel
M M tie A M 1 , Chffwood. Call i W Car fi.r vuur lonvrnionco. I.lirrv's' piodllcts,
and bath, kiichen completely
•.jtse on Premises, Daily anil Weekend*
klVIO.
wjlf
Auto Seal <H\i-rs. 2 Q • .IX'O High
EXCAVATING, 1RKCKING
equipped. Private entrance, busi( J I K C I I O H ! few J . f M y Turnplk* t i l t 11 cnlo Rout* 9 tout!)
.way ;H .-incl Middlesex Ril.. Mala-!
w i l l KKI.I.V M'.'\'KKS. U>ral nnd long
ness couple preferred.
(.'all .r.MTRENCHING
nto »o,r« 14 |e Main * t r « t in Matawan. Turn Itft on Main St.
REAL ESTATE
iliv'.iiice ino\irig.
No Job too
wan,
24
hour
phone
service.
Cull
CARI'KNTKK and building conli ac
51(19.
»il0
•c .••win D-'VI to property. OR: Gardtn Slat* Parkway Cult 120
DUMP TRUCKS 1 OP, IIIRH
253 DROAD ST.. KKYPORT
• n u l l . IKS I Mini St., Key-port Call
SLiiOTIIi.
wj i (
lor, J . G. MctrRcr, Florence Ave.,
<»•« v i , t " i r y n Rd. to Ravin* Drive, Turn right to property,
W
U N I O N Beach, bungalow. 3 n m n s ,
'.'G4-i.'lliS.
JI'
CI.KAN UP KIDS
Hfyparl.
N'ew homes,
giis heat, iileiil f n r ir-liretl rnuple.
i
K
L
Y
I
'
D
K
r
A
m
y
Navy
has
Swcei111 I T ' I I O N K ANSWKRING
HOUSE WH1XKING
Located al :ill Front Si., I'nion
Orr u o i k rlnilii'S. C i u h a r i t over- allerulions and repairs.
Call 1HI \
SKHVICK
Heach, Call '.'M liTSS,
wjlli
415*1.
v. ilf ' I,-I us i"' \ nr Secnlary. no neerl
alls, luiulini,' jackets. IIIHIIS.
Ivivs' and null's wear, V. I roi.l
UNION' UKAf'll house. 4 room*, Rulldo/inp, Ujading service,
HARRV M ACK1-.KMAN
u> ini^s i i'hv part or full lime
1
St.", KVypoit, J«4-.1W«.
njif
KlliG. rr
enclosed front jwirch.
tiujin're
dti tKxil.k'-cpinfr.
typV
1
Millie
.
soil,
(ill
d
i
r
l
.
road
f
i
a
v
a
l
,
blur
919 2nd St., I'nion Benrli.
» 110
Wlll-.l-.l. CHAIRS, crulchts, l
New homes • y«
flltc-r.i- i.ig. Call :'i'4-7H>(l.
; ' I WO furnished riK.ms with light slone and wash grin el. Tree esliSi hi.t.l,
etc. for rent or s;ile-. C
• 'f-rn I I A I ' I ' V Hi .' 'I'.S NURSI-:ltV
tionH - repairs - <
!
i
housekeeping facilities. Call 2(>4- mates,
l:<!i!e ,'il M:'ln«f n I i!in(e<! openiu((tur.ts i n ^ t t d . Miitn.v.tn l
- pi,:,-,t
rule lile - roofmu
7G78.
wjld (
Mfi Minn Strict, Malnvv.in.
! "if! 5
SPECIAL ON FILL DIRT
Slin-Wi'-'l.
K K Y l V i R T apartment. 3 large
will
T A L L :rA 14174
THIS WF.I.K
rooms iind baih. prlvale r n l r a n c e .
All ulililii'S supplied. Can he seen
Hi MH riV.NI US
" i " Television
afler 5 p.m. al 27 Walling Terrace,
Kcyporl,
wjlO*
i Tile, h n"l« irn and W<JH1 fltvOf»
ii x ( d luid pitlislit d.
washed
C L I I - T W O O l ) Heaeh house, 3 bed .
rntt-B. Cull Hub Juhn! rooms. 2 enr garage, f i n c e d ; I ! l l l e stone, driveway g r a v e l , fill I'nr fii.'l efficient radio and tele
visinn
service
cull
.Ififi
T1K4-1.
y a r d . $125 per month. Cull ( i " l - j d i r f , cinrlcrs, Ircfiching iinti bullAll
types
roofing,
siding
nnd
pit
u
I 2424 afler 6 p.m.
' i ' ( l i do/ing.
I
j tir*f. financing, arranged. Trcfi es
i MATAWAN. 3 rooiii npartmenl,
| tlmaiet.
5(50-1 fiOO
I science kiichen, birch cabinet':,
j lile bulb, hardwood floors, all ulllf'AL'I, WRIGHT
JOHN MILLER
TEN EYCK ROKSON INC.
NEW imUNSWICK A V E .
, itles. References, security Arlulls,
MATAWAN
October l.iili. Cnll Mli-Llii?,
ujin
MATAWAN
PERSONAL SKRVICE 30 YRS.
1250 s i i o m :
506-3993 • 2192
AI'AKTMHNT," 3 rooms iind halli, j
nill
c i . i i i \vooi3 n n A c
I.K I-NSI.I. BY SIAII-: OF N. 3,
wl'l !
Isl floor, furnished or uri'uinisli- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
1h>i> il>. IKIIM of l(w nimil •en»«lliiiial Aluminum CombH-Jll
LFAKf. 'IO ORH'K rVKillT
ed.
2 or 3 rooms 2nd floor. In- ^
|i t ««« X'.MM, « Screen Window we have tvtr had AT inch
AKTIirK IIH'llS.
NO C I I A l ' d i ; FOR PICK I'P
<juir^_205 Main St., Keypurt.
wjlO ] A n t i t | U e t
Repairs and uprvlcn, TV
I'RIVA'IIIN'SIKUCIION INST.
TILL;
CONTHAI
IOUS
• I t * M . . , HEAVY DUTY Fmtnt, HEAVY DUTY IRrjITJDlO apartment, privnlo hnlh,
installed. 1 H'ny rndlo d l . ' p a k h i d . Would you like lo have it modern ,'iGr,2222
.'.'(iKflANVILIR
OPPORTUNITY SHOP
cumplelelv furnislieil. Main St.,
EACH
•>!••, I l l « \ V DUTY SUInlcM *<«l Sprlngi. Thli Fine
Cnll JM-SIISI.
" ' rerjiniir iih» haihioouj m u \tiv,
Keyporl, Call F. W. Hillner. 2fi4ANTigUES
crist
V
I'ri.ir
(..liiniit'i,.
lt<i>« l« liiftt Track Mad* * l A I C M Aluminum and
1717 o r 264-M1B.
wjlO
2H4-7HI2
We buy and sell AnlK|iic Furniture, D r a p e r i e s
"r.» t« iHi-m',4 •atlly from the initide. V « wouM riptct
HI-:T.T;ORi)," biingaiiiw, S nioins,"
A L L KINDS nl rarpi-riiry and ma1NST.
r
I'.rlc-a-brnc, Clilnn, Ciliisn, Dollt
needs
some
repairs,
S!ii
per
W i : IIU'i K SI-I.I. A N Y T H I N G
i Mm Aiuk by the dav or m i i l i a i I
li (>.< X •• SIM i M n fur a HEAVY DUTY Window iucb
OPT.
month.
Shore Roail Kenliy. 21IH Irwelry, U. S. nnd Forelr.n ntnmps
C ,<. C I KADI-.RS. A M K J l ' E S
tiiNir.iriti'ed \^oi l;in;,n> ;i;p. C I: 1
r
M mi* it, r« ; 0*N'» NOW FOR ONLY
lliKliivay 3, i, llnlmdel.
Ciill li'/l- Ih- Maltheus, 115 Urondway, Key
W. KI-.AN'Slil'RO
'Jfil :\V\ or I'l.','.'',Vi
i.l .;.',.', HW'Y. II
Your shop nl home service for rus
•111(19.
wjlll
VH7 13114
pint. 2M-Mir,.
will lorn tailored ilnipenis Latest put
HIOHJ UV l ' l ( K ' i : S I ' A I D
32 Broad St.
k i : A N S i l U I « i ' 2 ronm furnished
1
lernf.
I.nsy crwiri't
*\n\\ah\r Upholstery
OI'I'.N !/ TO V
apartment, linen, utensils and
Vour
Advertisement
in tinI'roinpl and courteous seivlcc. J'.r
R«d Bank -741-7500
III-III furnished. Cull 7s;.:ili:il, w|l(l
I T l l l l l SI I-:RY mid furiiilurr i f
I
reach prospective Iree eslluuilei call.
I |H |KKYPORT, a room npiirlini'iil. pri-'; " ' '
ptiil ing All 1 ithl li * and I'hiM ir<
(i A.M. (• 4iM P.M. — Wed. anil Fit. 'Ill
Nilligiibvile \ iliv I. A Sluing, IMl ! ' I h :
VBlf r n l r n n r r , all u l i l l l i t s sup- . , ) U , r himert In (very (Omintiiiily In
M 1• K ,
why lUm 1 Voil
* " "
"
*
plied, JIWI
per nionlli.
refi' eniit'iit.
I Winhinginn M i n t , M > | J U I , Cull ' look thld. • l . h «hr w iridouft
es.1; |
d
Mcurlly. Cull 264-J42I..
»Jlf i I'M :u:i,t-.,
h j t f . y . u r i. bun h . . . from Ihe ins Id*.
w-JIO I ihe br.yd.wc
TRUCKING
AND
EXCAVATING
MARC HAMDTON
SERVICES
ApARTMENTS
ECKKL RROTHKRS
Mitcellaneom
i
r CONVERTIBLE TOPS ;
""""JOK'S
STERLING McCANN
264-1376
TOP SOIL
DON'S TV
TV SERVICE """"
DIKTRK'H HKOR.
THE MIRACLE WINDOW VALUE
95
W'HKillT & IMILLKU
R()OKIN(. & SIDING
P.I.I.
AUTO
DRIVING SCHOOL
NOHTK. EAST TV "'
WANTED TO BUY
KLN'K'K
Prown's
J
500-5090
Page T « i — First Section
HolmdclP-TATo
Meet On Tuesday
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N . J.
LEGAL NOTICE
LPNt Hear Discussion
Role In Emergencies
Thursday, October 10, 1963
LEGAL NOTICE
the estate of Iho «ald Marie Inulse
Harriet S. Jlulicn.v. Kciltndel-KeyKelly, deceased, notice f» hereby given port Hoad, Ifoltiulcl. Neu Jersey.
to the c m l l i w s ol sutel deceased to
Harold
J. Itulmifk, 22W Uiurch
Mrs. Louis Gilvary, R.N.. head present t i the said Administratrix
Stroel.
roel. tttahuay.
t a h a y . Ne .Tprsev.
nurse at Monmouth Medical Cen- their claims under oath within s h
Objeclnni-4.
If any. fili.uitd lie made
Ojl
If
tnnnrdlalch in willing tu Margaret
ter in the emergency room, was month* from this date,
P. ViebriH-lc, Cleik o/ Malawun liarbaled; September l:nii. Iftaa
guest speaker at the regular meetMildred K Brimrlt
""* '
KUnitO INDUSTRIKS. INC.
P.O. Box f,7,
ing of Division I t , Licensed PracIJ\- (leoiae I'. Iliilieny.
Wifsfiu Avenue
I'lesidL-nl
tical Nurse Association, held at the
Malayan. NtMv Jrisev,
AttestAdministratrix
YMCA In Long Branch Oct. 1. Mrs. J. Krank WviKatid, K»(|.
llnrrlel S. Mubcn.v,
Sei-iL-Uirv
Gilvary described the role of the li- 3(1 Frum .Slrrel.
JH Jf'.OC
Kc-.vptirt, New Jersey,
censed practical nurse in emergen- Attorney
Jtekvri-c timlrivt No, 2
cies.
n» tri
HKI'ORT OV CONDITION of "The
Announcement was made that Di- Statement rrtiulred by tn« Act of Au- MnlitWiin Hank" of M;ii.iw;in, Montutnilh
Cttuntv.
Net. J.T.U->. ;I ITM?IJI*
vision 10 will hold a bazaar starting
Kiul 24, 1912, a i amended by l l x
•i-ti of March 3. ViX\. mid Julv 2, (H?r of the Kfderal ItesL-ivti System »t
at noon and > spaghetti dinner HI
LI if cl<ui- o( IMI iitn'ss on September 30.
l»4fl
and
June
I
I
,
litftO
(74
S
U
I
.
liOB)
5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24 in the aliowhiK the Ov\iif-it*lil|«.
IUWARK- Jy«;t, (jtjijlisfiei* in ai-cariiniive wHU •
Borough Hall, Monmouth Beach.
nieiit, und L-lreiihilKMi of 'Die M.iU- [-it!! injtdf \t\ tin* h'L'dii itt Reset'VH
wan Journal published ueekly at II.ink til thi> "district pui.su.int to the
After the meeting, re'reslimenis
Malayan, New Jeme> for Oclitbcr, provlsiims n( the Fetterui Ittsrrve Acl.
were aerved by the hostess, Miss
Fanny Crosby.
I. 'Jim n a m r i and addrrssps of thv Cash, h a l a n r r i with oiliei
hank*.
publisher, editor. ni»iiaKinj «dltor.
Iti fatxtl tlffflM
and l»tiMhi^
UMiK
in proc . of I'olli'Clion »[ 079.132,16
(iitvrrnI'libUshar — HroKii'VuhUaMnm and j t I l l l l p < J , Slalos
Plan Governor's Ball
PrlnlliiK Cninpaiiv. Malauaii. NT J .
" " ' " 'ntt
sJ-,*s , „ „
wKJUor-J. Hib.1 liro.n. Malawi... , O l » » i & " m
For Bayshore Oct. 25
At last Thursday's executive
committee meeting ol the llolmdel
^ownshlp P«rent-Teacher Associ»(ton Mr§, Fred Rauffui, president
•knounced the next general mee'Ing or the uiociallon will be held
Tuesday at I p.m. in the Indian
Hill School. M n . Joseph Campbell.
M v u n chairman reported that
Dr. Donna Jameson, Newark Stale
College, will be guest tpeaker, Dr.
Jameaon'i topic will be "Elementary Education."
M r i . , Andrew Smith, pre-school
health ten-ices chairman, staled
that Dr. Howard Pieper hai started the physical examinations ol
the .first, fourth and seventh
grades. Mrs. Robinson, membership chairman, reports 137 paid
members to date.
Mrs, Waller Therkelsen, recreation canteen chairman, slated a
JI
l ni ed or J> M b P l B r o w n i
dance wa» held Sept. 21 by the
*
! oiK"'.^.d^n1.;1;:'"....!
Mrs. George F. Carter, president Mi!ii J!. . N j! "
lit3.<i4S,6rJ
teen-age, canteen with an attendof
the
llolmdel
Township
Demoance of 1.12 members. The next
dance will be held Saturday with cratic Club, announced at the
13,000.00
cnrportHttn. _ I t j ruw« sari . ( l f l ( « t • , , f J ™ " H H ? ; . . , ! , i " ' , n , .
Mr. anil Mr*. Andrew Smith and club's monthly meeting, which was fntist be ttliteil and al»n liiitnedlitrly
Mr. and Mrs..Amos Mumford as held Friday at the Township Hall, (liprfiinjpr t!io nirnr* and afldirnkf• '
l,4:i7.»aT.W>
(hat a Governor's Ball for thenf dliu-kftnidciH owiurin or hdldfuK 1 <
chaperonek.
nrrrnh^s
it.- rti-d
Uayshorc area will be held at Mc- per (.-enl or mor« of total atnount r»f
UO.aO. funiiltlio
Tw* Films To Be Shown
Block. If tiijt nuiicd by • corpuratlon, !
l.in ,tnt.79
Gwire's
Grave on J'riday, Oct. 25.tlia< mine!* i n d iddrf«*rs of Ihb In- and
At the firm meeting of the Par3,407.02
o.i'tinni tmiHl bit c i v n .
If ,Oilier
ent-Family life tWo Mm* "Sociable Residents of llolmdel are invited dividual
oivriffi
hy
a
pattneisltlp
or
other
uti'
< Id Noisy 9" and "Helping the ami tickets may be obtained from int-orporjited firm. Hi* name and ad* :
-club
members.
Orris, ax well at thai of each Inchildren to accept the Dn's" will
I . I A I t l t l I IK^
rntfmhti, must t>« KUTH.) j
be shown Oct. 2.1 at 8 p.m. In Ihe Oilier business of the meeting dividual
mn drp-.slU of tmilMlxi J . MHIJUI UIUWII, Malayan,
p j i liipj »hl(i t .
vltlual
Indian Hill, School with Mrs. I.yle was tK" naming at a nominating j
•rtllotui
.. i
.Tod
McCammon as chairman,
committee including Mrs. DavidI Mis* Geraldin* V. Brown. K»yporl, ; -j'/i/ie nod ;.viiiH« (l"po»viitiiki.s. |iatl.
Mrs, Pastewait, dance chairman. Cohen, Mrs. Walter Smale a n d ;
M M MildrtiJ B. H«rrlck, Matawan,
mid onip'iriannounced that the eighth grade Archie Price. The committee will j N. J .
I, lfKt.OM.tl
lions
held its first dance class Sept. 78 present a slate for election of of- j Mr* r;eraldin« H Cimover, M;.U- DeposlH
(.( UaltPd SlHtf.i
won.
N.
J
.
!
rt
with an attendance of 34. Plant ficers at the next meeting on Nov.
rliiliirlil
Mrs. BrTfilct VV. H. Mount, Wiartlng- J .^.i(;»( a*vtitnst
34').7f>2.9A
are being made to Imld a book
ton. D. C,
) (jf»|j()<;it + n( Sl <i tr> »nd
fair in December. Hostesses for the
J. The known burnlhnlders. morl- : 1^ n u , . , ! ! >,ulHllvl.si<iiis
U l l t n , i n d «lh«r n r r u r l l v Holilwa • o, ,',"r \Ji.Mnii« 1 nvriiiimt
October general meeting will lie
R«d Bonk Catholic
" • I n * or holding 1 pCr cent or mo,. • °'i" l l t l "'Tf,'"". , c C
the fourth grade mothers.
of lotnl arnriunt nf lutndi, mortgages, < t . t t . ,
U , 930.32
Mrs. Fred Rauffus, Mrs. James P-TA Plan* Program
«r other MicutlUm Mie: None
\ 'jvuat'
4. Paracraphii 2 and 3 Inrltiri*. In
u«i>niili.s. . tv ;j:«)5»a.iT
Vam Villas, Mrs. Joseph Campe a s n where tlir jtluckfiulder or **• ! ( -, Total demand
bell and Mrs. Waller Therkelson
The Red Bank Catholic H i g . entity Jinjder appf^r* upon trie books adeposits
f 7fT Krt fit
will attend the fall county council .•jchool Parent-Teacher Association ; «I l,ie rumpan.v a i Iruslee or In any ! (i,» To'lal' it'rne "
diMx>s!u . f'l.5H::.i;i4.11
on Oct. It,
are planning their second annual; other prrsim ur cin p'Miitlnn fur whom
hiictt f f d i i i U r y relation, the n»ma fit otiit-r liabl.iUci
72,l0<.T?
luncheon and fashion show lo lie !the tru^t<>e i% ictliiK; also t)i? »ta>- i
. $7 *().!,6*7.24
incuts iti (ha two p a i i m a p l n KIIOW ' 'j'ot^l f,i
WSCS H«ar« Viewi Of held at the Shadowbrook Restaut-I tJii»
affUnl's full kn<ml>dK« and be-s
•
ant, Shrewsbury, Wednesday, «t \
lirf a<i lo t h e c l t c u m s U m ' i ^ a n d c o n - '
( M ' l l U . ATCOUS'IK
12:30 p.m.
j ((Itiniis under u h l r h sU>tktii(ktcrs «nd C a p l l i l : im Comhuin
Washington March
sccurllv
tioldcif
Mho
do
not
»ppp*r
hlnrk,
lot.u
p.u
value
a
2^0
00(1.fW
IliRhlisht of Ihe luncheon will lie •
2Wi.000.00
The Rev. James llowell of the[asliions hy Jean Swart/, of As-; upon Ihe l>ook.i of tlir t-Dfiipativ a . : Siirpli"
hold nturk anil H>>riirlllea in UiKtKidcd |>roMU ..
..
12l..%51.(>2 I
j'JVfmuwan Second Baptist Church bury Park. Hair styles of the mod- lriMt>>M,
M r-Jiparily other Ihan thai of a boil*
— - •i
was the guest speaker at the Octo- els will be done by Alfred Stone fidtl imner.
• T U M I Capital A«-.-.,Hiit., ... % 6XI.W7.O2j
ber meeting of the Woman's So- of The Beauty Inn, f-'air Haven, | 9. 'I'he avenge tnmiher ol cupl&s ;
Total
I.lahllltlM ami
of each Ixsue of hlf publication aold
ciety of Christian Service held at
Mrs. Anthony Scatitorchio
it or distribuleit, thiouKli tli« IIIHIII OI ; Capit.il Ac-.-ouiU,
St. John's Mtflliodisl Church eduotherwise, lo paid KUliacrttiers tlurlDK ;
chairman
ol
the
affair
and
M
r
i
.
:
sii-:\Km 4.N0A
cational building, Florence Ave.
thtt 12 months precedina the dale
pledged or **•
Key, llowell gpokc on his personal William Kane cu-chairman. Kcser- • hliown above wa«: ( T b i l information , steti
alined lo •ei.ina llalillrequired from dally, weekly. »emfobservations of the recent Freedom vatton.H are boin^ handled hy IVIIM. \ i*
ltle« mid for oilier pinJolin McGlynn.
] v.eeklx. and triweekly nen'ultapera i
:(B4,(hw,(V),
March in Washington, D.C.
unlyi. 4027.
!;
.1,.
abo
J. M A I I E L BROWN,
The resignation of Mrs .lean
\ it i f lter deduc
If you need printing of any
KOITOH
reneivKi
of
Gorgune was accepted and tlie
Sworn and aiibsi-rihed 1 beToia ni« Ib) Se< i m l
kind, we art1 here to .serve you.
group elected vice president Mrs.
of SepleinbtM . HiB:t.
al>ove ar iJtet dedu
Our quick service and reasonable thU 30lti dnv
2H.7a4.l2 '•
Margaret M SlulK
Muriel Ferrari to succeed her.
lion of valuation i
prices will please you.
fMv colninlK.sioii e x p l r « Mav I t . net !•<•!• o f
Mrs. I.aneta Ncldinger was electI tun. I
ed vice presldenr. Mrs. Marjoric
110
1 f W. Matitiovillf. Vn»^ Plfsidonl •
Have you read 111* classified 11
:
Ward wag named in charge of arnl itu' «lwi''.ii,inii»l lunik il.i3.ai)J.52
liirelii •
ads?
NOTK-f,
' (l>-rl.u« that llns r«'P"i I <>' romlllion
rangements and supper lor the anTAKK NOTKJK THAT. IIIIIIHO IN- , , n,,,. a ,,il ,<,n«..'t tn llir I w l u( my
nual roll call nl the church lo he
LEGAL NOTICE
UUSTWIK-S. / N C . u coriwtntmii o/ Ilif l.iuiulnli;c Ural hrln-l.
.
held Oct. 27 at the Central School,
Slate or NL-» Jt-isiuj. Tr.-ulniK as
C W M ANrtKVIl.t.t:
!
MONMOUTII COUNTY
1 MATAWAN WINK 4 I.iOUOli STOIIK. : We. tlio iiiiilfisintii'il <Jir.-, 1 .>rs nlKeyporl.
nl t7rc H:l»»t ill
SUKROCJATK'S COOflT
! (iii.H applied tn th« Binimiih nl Mal.i- (est Hit' c-'tf ii'ctiim
Tables were decorated with au- NOTILT:
TO CKUDJTOIIS TO I'HK- :wan fiii- a Plenary Hrtall ni.strtljii- (•'•Jnlitn>ti iiii-l C1IM(,I:I« Ui.it it tiii> been |
aiul t.i ttir l i n l n l
tumn leaves and chrysanthemums, j SKNT CLAIMS AGAINST KSTATK ! j [.icense for pieinlse» siiuatf at cxiiminerl l>.v
120 Mam rStieet. M.Hawaii, .Neu Jerin Hue mid
Attending were 41 members and iKSTATK OK MARtr. LOULSK KKL- ' ttvy.
•••t.
DKCEASF.D
|
Mrs. Joan Allen, Mjdclletown, a ! I.Y,
P.
J
IK)I.I.0
PurKuanl lo the order of KDWAHD ! The names mid residem-** of all
guest. A gift was presented to Rev. {C. HROKGK, Suirnifate of the County Iha officers, riiicctors and ntockh'ild.\ rj si it; i.r/
of said corporation a i f "
E K AI.ICBNSTKIN
Norman R. Riley, pastor. Devo-1 of Monmoitth. thlx day made, nit the(THlieoi-Ke
Iliibem. HolindclKe)-Illiri'lmi.
application of the undersigned. Mlt- port ftoaj. P.
lions were led by Mrs. Jean Riley. I dred
Holnultrt,
New
Jt-r.se.v.
K. Bormett. AdililntKli a l i i * of
f i t ) ],•
Vote For The Party
00
Flash . . . Every H Spent
On Lawn Care Now
S 00
Worth 2 InTheSpring!
LAWNS
The Modern Way
Complete Lawn
Guidance Service
AVAILABLE THRU
Tony's Harris Hardware
i
Let lint siiow you liow lo grow a beautiful lawn
»illioul (lining or I»ii<k-lnoakin^ lalmr - An<l
for Ilie "Do 11 Yoinjsclfer" our Scolfs Lawn
(loiiiicilor (Tony) will come lo your place
and map out a guaranteed program for yon J
TONY THE
I A W N DOCTOR
LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR WORK
liManv of llie finest launs in llie Kevport-IMalawan area are our ownl
Seoll's and Lawn-A-iMal Program Lawns.
That Stands For Action! For The Man Who's Too
Busy To Build A Lawn!
Lawn-A-Mat Service
We. llie Re|MiMu':m caiulidciles in the Borough of Miilawan, in-iist on
TOP-PRIORITY- TAX RELIEF, lliron«h
I.-
An Industrial Committion lo attract desirable industry
to the Borough, and
2.
The establishment of a Tax Commission to study intelligently income and outlay.
OCTOBER SPECIAL
AIL FOR
•
AERATE
• RESEED
1 Ib. per 1000 Sq. Ft.
•
HIGH PRIORITY THE MASTER PLAN, il* speedy im,»,ei,.cii.aiioii.
FERTILIZE
PRICE INCLUDES ALL LABOR AND MATERIAL FOR 40(W $(.>. FT.
Elimination of the abused practice of closed executive ses•ions at Borough Council. The public deserves to know
the facts.
Improved and enlarged recreational facilities and programs for our young people.
Ol 1 LAWN AREA. EACH ADDITIONAL UNN) S^. V\\*'*M.
CALL TONY 5 6 6 - 1 0 1 3
Adoption of the State Building Code to replace our ourmoded and outdated codes.
testoration of the memorial trees and preservation of the
natural assets of our Borough.
For Mayor: EDWARD IIYRNE
For
foiiilcil:
GEOKfttt CONNOR • FRANK FITKRANO
For Tax Atumtmwi ALFRED ADLER
I W T«.v (ollecloi: FRED SMI III
/ H a r r i s Hardware!
no MAIN si.
yyg DELIVER
HELP KEEP
MATAWAN
CLEA
We Supply Everything But The Elbow Grease!
l'Kltl Ad liy RciHibllcmi C'uni|inl«ii Ciimiiilll«a, f.arry Biicco, Clialrinmi.
AN •
MATAWAN
THE MAT A W A N JOURNAL, N. J.
TtNiM*«V. Odoti** 10, 1963
Regie*)*! Plan
Uni<.'% Mecr
fir»t Section — Pag* Eleven
Regional Plan Aisoclatlon Prui- I procranis and argued about the
ness program designed io ensure j Stewart, Ca., to assist the country
• PRregated f242,23H;671. This repCounty Costs Up
dtnt J a m n S. Scholl, president of. ' kind of development they would
resented .in increase of nearly US
the fleet's- capabilities in carrying Ji n repelling apuressurt from "Georlike to see in the 71X10 squnm mile
y
n
Bloomin-djile's. will preside.
A report showing that 21 county, million over 1961, largest one-year
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r
hypo.he.lc.
c
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u
n
area.surrounding
the
Port
of
New
The all-tliy conference is open
governments in Ne.w Jersey cost j jump in recent years. It was alCuribbean depUiyment incluik'd San = *rV*
t* tha public. Citizen planning of- York.
Juan, Pui'rio lino, and St. l~hom-'
T h e tm-rcise
is dt-si^nt?t] 10 ieM nearly a quarter billion dollars aj most SM) million more than was
Rouiulliibles
nt
the
Oct.
15
conficials,
professional
planners,
civic
o! iii«,>s than JAM ruias, Virgin Islands. Thi- I.uce nor-; ;! U . effoci'v^ncss. »f the Air Mobile year was cited today as undersf or-! spent by '.he counties in 1958.
theyw«n« (or /Kroup membera and stall and local, ference will talk about how IO
inj: the movement lor improvement i
mally operates uut ot Mnypon, , [ m C t . p ( i tt!lich e n t a i J s ( h e ( j f M T l l t
! Nev Ir; j - 7 • New York . Coo >lat« and ftderal officials usually ,' achieve (;oals that citizens set for j
ot governmental structure and ef-i This week,
why don't you
M*J.veottlin Region will make up the 660 to TGO'pcrsons wiio their mclropolium area, ways of j
Vliiled French Riviera
in mass of ru-iii.-t>p!er - borne com- ficiency at the county level. Kx- look through the windows
ot
I tnakiiiK cities more attractive io I
^;.»»i debated at,themih attend the annual Mittimus.
Cuinpkivs Dnsle
l j a t troops on inemy positions and |H-mlitures of the counties last yeer- your church . . . from the inslile.
Clinrles W. Peterson jr.-, airman,
;
live
in,
developing
the
outer
are,is
;
Opiaiona SubtnilUd
-,ice of Regional Plan
• of (he Region siitisfanorily, retain- U.S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pvt. Raymond Walsh, M>n i.f Mr. , j i e rerroupinK of the troops for
';day, at the SlatThe citizen opinions on the future
,
, ,
< inn the-pleiisanlness of older sub- Charles W. Peterson, 14 Kosemary and lMrs. Albert IVai.M), Fort Lauil- • •""•"«'">"'
""""I"" el-s-wm-re.
els-wm-re
\. New,York,
of the metropolitan area were subDr., llazk't, i.s si/rvinR aboard the erdfile, M;t,, has rompleted his
Gov. Richard J. mitted lo the Association in last ' urlw, and assuring iinoii iransrxjr- attack aircraft carrier USS Inil.'- basic triiiinnj; m l-'oti Dix ami rs
.
lation.
?.»k at the Confer- springs Goals for the Region Pr
pcruliMice which recently visiU'il bow in t he Illh Signal Ci i ou p a I
Bankers' Emergency
f , OB "interiUle Co- jett. Those polled met for fh'e
Ciinni's, l-'ianct1, in the course of Port Lewis, tt'a.Oi. l i e js ifie^/iNHli) ! Inn the Metropolis." weekly meetings, sow television j
Card of Thanki
JUT .-ttrri'iu sf\'fti-inon:h cruisi! , son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Spat- Booklet Is Popular
i The fcmily of the l.'ile Mr. Roccn . ivilh tin- Sixth F l e d in tlie Mctli- : ford, 23h Maple PL, Kcy;>ort, His
' addrt ss i.s }'vt. Kaymond Wtilsh,
' Odiint'Kio wish lo thank all llu-ir ttriiiiifan.
Banks in seven states have or; fiiends ami noiplibors for Uu-ir ; Indept'iulcjicr u-;i.s ;ii Cannes • USSHRTU.'IS, M-f>th Signal Co., Illh dt'it'd the "KnuT^fncy JVepared,
Signal
(jroup.
Fort
Lewis,
Wiishin^1 n*.iuiy kindnesses during ihcir re- [ AUK. .'II tlirmifjli Sept. !i, allowing
ness Piojiram" since it w a s pubi cent beit*avt'inL*nl, especially tlio i her i-reunii-n ;l 10-day li«)k at thoi Ion.
lished hy N e w Jersey Hankers AsPriests of St. Joseph's It. (.'. Fi'tMK'll Kiviera. Si^lltsiM'inK oppo*"Come, Visit Us In
{
Grintmitei i'roni School
•vorintiim, Princeton, in April. The
, Church, Kcypijrt First Aid and tla* tuniiit-a ihcre im:ludi-tl daily lours
;
Julius tl. Bfl-pajie sample prt'paredness pro\ Day Funeral Home.
. of the I-reiich Mliritilmt Alps, the i Airman J if>( Class
Freehold.
Sea Selections
, wjins—ailv 10'
i Kiviera. a fivc-tlay tour to Paris • Daniels. Morn;inville, has jT.uliiiii- j;ram w a s prepared by ihe NJBA
and a three-day lishiiij.1 trip in the ed from Ihe Nom'/Mnniivsiixin) Of- I'jni'iffcncy Planning Coinmiitt'e.
and
Styles
A t Sensible
i ficer Preparatory SCIIIHII at McCoy
| Alps.
Unveilin);
The " Finer ^f'ney Preparedness
: Air Force BaM\ Fin, Ihe airman
Prices!
An Atlantic
Fleet unit, Inde- ' w a s trained in liie dimes and re* Projirain ' incindt's chapters on:
The unveilini; of the moninnont
pendence normally opcraic.i out of! sponsibililn'.s of Air Force nonccun. Organi/aticm nnd udmintstration of
of the late Holier I'inkus, will
s ' f1 I k
11 V
n
S
V
I missiont-ii OMUI.IS. The course in- file program; personnel participj; lic-ldViii Sunday, Oct. I'd. ijiaj '(it":i 1 I '" ''" '.
Fur Trimmed and
i eluded sludy in M^:;u)i/;itioii, mait- tion ;md pr< iicctHHV, conlimiity ot
j p.m. ill Hell) Israel Memorial I'urk, :
1 a , , | ) s o n | exinijion
' ajicnienl. leadership, miliiary jus- iitrtna^L-nieiit and ;>\'i.ni^tv Jie.idUntrimmed . . .
;
C(uurlcrs;
physical
properties:
dur>tice, st-riii:ty and huiiian nlations.
1
A i n m m Daniels, <m .'tirhouie i-|- Jic.'ilt or nUvrnnie records; collecCarlsnn, Mat it wan. completed his i tctronic ((|inpnient spt-cialisi, ih tion of tii^h items and non-ca^h
; wjiiis—ailv 17
iitrcrafi t m ricr qualificulions re- ; nssititin\ m ihv 'Mih Aruuuvvu items; c u t rut v operations; cus'oliif*r pjriicipatiort; and of!leer .isri'inlv ulicn he lamlrtl a Navy nir• ii n d i-,Iec:romcK
Mainienance sijtnr.ients. 1 ht- manual also co.icraft abmirtl the UKS Lexin^ion in
i SijuiuJron. ])c i.r- flu* MWI of Mr.v liuns a \aluiii)U* thtLt- n.iui: hibli'>the Gut! of Mexico,
Helen F Daniels, who resides on
Ucforu making ihe la tiding nt
Com* In For A Tad Drive!
Rrnwn Hd,. Mnrj-MiiVtlU1. Ihe airsea, lie practici'd on an airstrip
also . . .
man i.s ;i j'riiduitte of Freehold
ashore wiiirh WHS inarkfn! to simuKt^iotKil llij'h .Sc-hool,
Votir
advyriisrmenl
in
this , (
late the iisiticuii
nreas ot a flight ,
AU SAFE BUYS
paper
will
reach
pu^pecuve
deck. Upon fomplctiri^ iho <|iiaii- \
Completi-b .Sub Training
fiurchiisers in eii-ry cnmiiuinily in
fixations, , flight
Ifcnry 1' i.anihwiir, USN, son (if the havsh'tj c a reii.
g SUHU-IUS arc j
.'ttf 5)P. Colony Park, MOM, PJ St
Jl»5.
to t"iur mote ailvanccd phases Mr. and Mrs. Thcron 11. Landui
wehr of l'4f Catt'Atit: PI., Kfimsbitm,
•.cnvcrtible, FOM, P. St.
5HS»:
has uruduatt-d from ihe fleet subIfalaxie Sport H.T., FOM, P. St.
24*5.
_•
Hcturnt'd To Norfolk
marine tJ'iiinin^ .vfhoi.il ;jl Ihe New
Ackerson, Van Buskirk
Tin VIM NBUD, FOM
235«.
"l Robtri S. llama, chief electric* i London, ("onn., Mibniurine base.
; ian's inaie, USN, son of Mr. a n d ;
& Elliott, Inc.
I . ' O M I V I J W A I - ' 4 - D r . )I.T., Air. Cond
2Z*>.
ALTERATIONS ARE FREE
I Mrs, Michael J. Batna sr, t 15 Lin-;
llelicopler Irainlnji
C. P; BAUS1S
i ( i M » i'altlane "5MI" 2D, TOM, P. St
MJS.
i ton PI., Keansburi!, returned 'O! Fr'anris Ni/olek. airman apprtT.;O*I» ii'nlaxie 2-Dr. H.T., FOM, P. SI
I7»5.
Norfolk, \ ' a . , eariy in .September 1 lice. USN. win of Mr. and Mrs.
SAY " H I " TO MOLLY
i•'•l.i'liiM 4U Sedan, -FOM
173i.
.aboard the aituck aircraft carrier' Frank Ni/o!ek (jf 11 Miidelaino
; USS Enterprise aflcr .spfmiin^ *ov-: Ave., Old Hridjie. rt-cenily reported
J<>«f».*(<'ahxie 4-Dr. FOM/P. St
15*.
AT
I en months in the Mediterrancun. for duty with Helicopter Triiininj;
1O»I> Convtrlible,KOM.f P. St
H»E
; J"ht* Enterprise
lied up in Norfolk j Squadron Eiaht nt ihe An.xiJiary
<•».«:<>'M)cl.uxe 4Dr. St. WaR., FOM
IHW
'I on Sept. 4. having b m i ou tleploy- Landing Field l.tlyson I'itkl, Pen-.-.
(> 11 Otf Deluxe 41).. FOM
IM3.
| menl since February.
; Sflcolii. i:\a.
KEYPORT
<:*««irr 2D Sedan
I3.W.
! While in the Mediterranean, she
Hllystin :Field is the Navy's only
-j was thi? nucleus of the Sixth Fleet's | helicopter pilot training center. It
1'tl.t'CM ]D, FOM
I Mi.
Insurance Service Since 1925
37 Stokes St., Freehold
: fast carrier striking force. Aircraft is named for Navy Commander
VOMi i-P. C'try Squire S.W., FOM/ P. St
I2SS.
— Near RCIHIIC Ave. —
I flying from the carrier's deck pro- ,Theodore CJ. F:ily.M>n, ihe first nav1C*O f'snch WaKun, FOM
1IM.
| vidtd air cover a ltd potential long- al aviator. Hi1 qualified for Ihe hon- '
1>M«iM Deluxe 4D.', FOM
IIM.
2
niixks
o((
I-'rn-hiild Traflic Circle — T.i«v# Circle at "Jurscy
rau^e- fctrike capability, extending or in April 1!U1 and was closely asl;rec;i'" Hand. miAf firsL iff: urn Bowna Ave. lo Stakes St.
j ihe ran^e and e/'ectivtness of the socialed with the- initial istjiblisii- •
S'TUL TZ S"
i c . » i » <;».Uxie <O.) FOM, P. St.J
ins.
!' Sixth Fleet a s a deterrent to war. ;nitnt of flight traminj; fit }*ens.iIOU» Convertible, FOM. P. St
MS.
MOUKS: l l x l .Mon..Tkru Thun. - Fri. • S*l. lo •
.,' Enterprise
crew members vi.siltd- cola.
:
IVIMt i'.tH Convertible, MOM, P.St
Hi.
j ports in Italy. Trance, Spain,
1©<I» <;<-.!«xie 2D «nd'4D Hd. Tp., FOM. P. St
»3».
jj Greece and Lebanon.
I
Takv Fart In rxprclsv
i.l.vt'tn.V Premiere 4D Hd. Tp., Full Power
IKS.
U. S. Army Sf/fcinliMs Four
Aboard Krij-ate
J a m e s A. Dw:Ker i r , whose lather
D M r i . W Y 9P. Station Wa(;on. MOM, P.St
tst.
Thomas E. Wallace.* .seaman ap- lives at lfi ,l(>hnMjn Terr.. We>t
H«*l» 'Vlilane "MO" 2-Dr. II.T., FOM
5»5.
prentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kcansbur^, ;wid t.ory Jack sun. D
•ft'*l» I.try Squire S.W., FOM
4K.
| .lames E. Wallace, 7 Ferndafe PI., South S t . M.nliiw.m, :irr participal.
i Cliffwood, is serving aboard the inj* in F-M-irist? Sky Soldier 1. a IX
M^M'IJUT 4-Dr. Sta. Vans, MOM. P.'St
4Si.
Kiiidetf missile frigate USS Incc day I lth Air Assault Ui\is:on initalilt.»«:•»:» •'Monterey" 4B., MOM
2»5.
I which
recently
complftcd two etiver, whicii is .'ciieduli-d to end
j weeks training op(.iratio/)s in liie . Oct. \C>.
•• Caribbean. While embarked («n the • The men uf iJic llili r>ivtsittn will
' r*iriJ)b«in jn*incuvt.ir-s. I.net" fired b e ik'i>Uiyrtl
}<v itcln-aftUT
nl the rt>. Terrier {.'.nidi-d missiles Jit hi^h qut'.s! i»f :hc j'fjVfrnment <<f "Stf"»v:
j
speed
target
drones.
In
add
it
;on,
lining up hotels, entertainment '•
arll.'wuJ." a Uyfx>lhi-\)cn\ republic j
; crewmen used Luce's conventional established for '.!;e duration of Mie
tnd tiavtl (eieivations takes ju^t
, f*un baiierics to praciictf
shore vxvi (:*{.' iind lociiicd rif*ar I-u::
t few fTitnules en thp phone.
: bombardment nnd anti-Aircraft firSaves hours ol lime and liouL-le
! inp.
later en. NEW JERSEY BELL
I The ;mining cruise is part of
. . . mid with clean*1 r burning,
M-MS
' the Navy's continual combat-rcadiWE WILL BUY
Iwi. That menus YOU Ret
hHlcr heat for U-ss numt'y!
FORD StNCE 1904
Ordor ynurs iwfity.
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We Specialise in bank, utility
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SERVICEMEN
*!>!« ,„.
Value Counts . . .
Prove It Yourself!
- 1964 -
fmd$t Falcons, Mercurys,
Comti, Lincoln Continentals
COATS
SUITS
(All COATS
RAINCOATS
Now Located
ot
3 E. FRONT ST.
MAIN CLOAK CO.
FUEL KIDS
NGLISH
»..«••< A G E N C I E S
The Quality Buy InColor TV
Phone ahead
for reservations
independent Servicemen
know the greater
dependability of
HANDCRAFTED TV
»
JEAN'S YARN SHOP
Chemical
Th'Womenon Emds
fjFeWif Waxing Forever
F«)«n i"i*.* ff,Mearrh IjilHiralnrira of W |>lonr*r rlirmtral
{•riniiUti.fr for the4*«lari( Nurltar -Submarinr*, Mitaile
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.|l'«*i<t ••*• iinhelievthle.
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7 . J- ( S p e c i a l ) — jwltb III original high (lorn unThf
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In iti» ifumib,
weekly tusk of H'knnwn, clour finer loutiiinn, »»•
Hdiiu • i.11 itil|t ov«r, fcriltitiliif, |KIM(I lo the m i n t conditions fit
vax'i.f >i-- Iftora. Momfi with 1 the ntu»<! time,
dlimpnv&rcd
(li*l> ! > . ; • araa* <>l A»i>imll,jnluioM entirely In i h e first four
\ l n j i i i i . ' t-<u, rutiter, linoleum imintlm.
t i n } ' l i t ' or.) Room It) klU'htni.l
Your Door* Mill lift wntprpronf/
llvtiir I M I : t c i e nmiii", v l i t m l l y j I'd tud haliyprout' nlreinvljr
chair • « i . c l i e w l f e lo l u r w»x | ri'alnlanl in •lulled Jultm, bulla)t|i!" t o * 1 1 4 . biirnhK iimctitriA. s I»K water, M id*, (.'fir, fcrranfn, nl!
fur In ndi'Miil o( <lri'»ry lioiira o!|tvi>e« o( MMI|» and delrnttnln.
i.^'druAery.
Hrlin d u n f i r * In !f«« thill 60
• I mo Iricrc WHO not ! IIIIIIIIK'K, will nut ililp. |*(>1, trnck,
• (>t)d \>* done lu fllnil-. nr lilixtfr, It's unnfUjp EIDS,* is ex• mit«
i-^ ' 5ekly drudgery vt t m n e l y lii^h. vltlmut dulling or
(mi'
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dun- . I I H I : M | bownvnr; There l»|,, I'OHSKXON I'TlOOs fnlnoun
IUIU t t i:- r rt In tltljr are«, a new secret furiniila ninny have tried
tlifh -1 11 ' aonialiim, * crymat to Iniltnlr lint, of courrc, no
tWu
Inn c i l l s l f c |n.lf>iretlnii« o n e li'm liprn'uliln t n ' i o p y It
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cniit"r',' \ti >l|f woriit.
film imiKlincKx,. AlirHKU>n-renif*t<
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•tlly m i p l M liy ti»«'or»tflrle». hkv« I>HIV«II nil inOt IV r I
/"Oi«|i|illti«or. liru»h' crf'»«« In film lift of more thim
• >J1 t)|ipif of firxnn: ill IlllltH.
l>r <i' • I K
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In ••<irj'«l«l.flp/ir",
Iflllli
i, '.trntizn «nd con-i Mark nnd 12 ileronitiiin rolora.
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with nt leant n t year Ills u p e i t - '
» ('Mill" bni'k «av»r In!miry.
y f'T'ldO, mul In innnii-! Thorc la \ l i t u n l l y no limit t o I'OI'
< M iiinkera uf iiro'whiil you run cent wlllli I'Dll.
l«rl.i.
-.Ji fur the I'uliirln. SHl.ON J'T-lOO, Inlnrlnr nr ex(«••!' •
f'olnrlii, Icrlor, on nny of huiidrciln of
KIM".
oilier Mirfni'i'f, Kldlnir,
•THIItAnlifl, fnrnt iii/K-hln^ry, IriU'hit,
'•He i «
ntriil Mutom, Kurd Idlon, ini'tnl rnillriRn. HvliiiiniuK
IMilIci
'Icnvrul D.i'iiWiilc!|il)ol«, luitlns, ilnmti tinAfnit>nlx,
tlcniu. I'l.
rh. W'fcurtniiliome'r' e l r . mid ynu'll linvv A hnrd-Mine
I ttf |M ><l • i,r ijriiiiiiinin AvlHll(in,|»t>iiiiiiK II nut.
I I T T • Ti- i.ili";?, tlnlnn Carhlilr.l Wnnt (irnnf of l'nitKKI.ON'
in ,«. PrniivrticK, Wai-, I'T-lllf) i'lfi>ctlv»n*B«? For a limit.
ed limn (inly, you fi«t $ 1.00 off on
(4ktrf M ' I ' i» * foti'f. «*li^.
I No
ha llriil limn In [ a. ounrt, let.1 It on un fur 30 dnyi
•imr
mi lAh«
itniil
for yourself lln In*
i1«H>r
nuil
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(wllhi.i ,• iniaver. t'OIISKI.ON'hia lOH'i, mlltlli'il "r wir nullioii.
I'T U'B inu,n';i a liljih KII"« inlr. ] jeit ileulcr will rffunil ymir
Wrlll >
nmjllii,
loiiglmilIng i money In full on thin money
», niwur Imn to Im [mivlhi,' iirTvr (ll«*rfully and Imi. An
i H y .
<i»toa mofi kecpK your
.Vole: Mmlt on Is- o n * (rfnl
nr: , IIM .!<«« clear,
iliiiul imr rmnlly with nil* ml,
M I ' l l V/IJWKr.O.V I'T-IOO t'liti lhl* fill rlpltt iiow M'lillr ft'M
1
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IHII'HMI,I
k ,,l«ar |Hilyiir«lliane nyi'ln.
tlialliir « - ' *|ipllm( to 311,0110
pro/ir/'Sslvo
MiiHir i n t II,' Tuxiii MIKMIHK In a Our tuithiTrl/ril
«keiiiu»; iiii.nl, A yfiir InliT, deulor hi Kcypui-t '»
«*<«r II.MII).' IHKUI coiilliiiiKlly
Conmcr l.nmhf>r t'i>,
l u l i l r n . i l n 1tn»|.wlic< led furk IM FlrM .St.
Keyport, N. J.
lift In/i »• iiiritfajljr wenr l<y id,WIH <'iir
ii'Hili'il aiilllan* and
Tlintik )IIII for P'IIJIMK lliln fur.
lo, Hid elmi' iinlv.
xritn Hill
STULTIJr
ALL, NEW 1964
Now Open!
Botany Yarnt - Needl**
Books - Button* • Notions
JUST RELEASED FROM
OUR
WAREHOUSE TO BE SOLD
FOR UNPAID BALANCE DUE!
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTIC
AND IMPORTED YARNS
EVEK BEEN A
SILVEK BLONDE?
IF YOU HAVEN'T NOWS
THE TIME TO SAVEI
NEW SILVER BLONDING
«'<.?'•»
WITH STRIPPING a n d TONING N o w J8;5«
Retouch Silver Blonding - Now only 10.00
SPECIAL O N FROSTING - Reg. $15 • $12.50
193 First Street, Key port
Hours: Tuts, to SM. !) lo 5 — Open
264-6390
T h i n s . Nite t o '.I
NO PRINTED CIRCUITS...
NO PRODUCTION SHORTCUTS
New and Used 3 Room Groups
Buy Good Used
If you want good used
furniture, and can afFurniture
jford $5 weekly . . .
And Save More
{This is what it will
Thon - 50%
buy)
Outfit No. 74631
5 pc» ('berry Cnrdfevan HIM! I
Outfit No. 84756
•
Hnom Suilr
• 3 pc. Mltplf llnlrrmm Suite
• 3 pc. l i v i n g R Co in M l *
! • .1 pc. Colonial .SOU lltd Stlllr
• 5 pc. Dincltr
• Cvpc. Mnpie Dining Kocm
1'l.US — T a h l c . Lumps, l»12
Sutlr
Vinyl Ku«i. I'illciHt, i l r .
Kmiml hililc
ORIRINAI.I V KSS.M
4 1 ti|tlaliM rhnlrf
liulfrl
TAKE OVER BALANCE I'tusKillcll
tflhh'^. Imnpft, rugs, pMlowi
j
Ori^lnnlJy
IKH.M
$297.
PAY $3 WEEKLY!!!
SUBURBAN
COLOR TV
I Take Over Balance
!
$486.00
BRAND NEW - M;VI:R OUT
OF OUR WAREHOUSE
LOOK AT WHAT U WEEKLY WILL BUY!
riKI.lJ FDRNITUNK'X MBl'I.OL'S .1 DOOM HUIWETCEM
• K pc. MIKIITII I l i i n t It (Mini Group with tnbltn, l«nip». rugi.
• t [><•. Mlnlcin llcil It (mm (lullil.
• i pc. Dinrflt. plus rnbhul iiml 9a 12 Vinyl
I'l.lS . . .
A Guamnlrfd rmnlly Si/cd Kcnimlillmu.il Hilrl^fr«lor,
Only $38B.OO
Tills Innlnstlc Vnliii' only nl
Field Furniture — 7-11 E. Front St., Keyporr
JS4-.KI2O
Dully I A.M. In « f'.Af.
O|«n •niurMhij and IrUlny 9 A.M. Io t I'.M.
mfiplc w«n»crilirt(Jfcoleclhardwood
li>li(i«. Bl( 265 II). In. r»cl»n«ul«l
|>klur« icie«iv
I
\V'OW.D PAMOUh
IJANDCRAl^JED CHASSIS
Connection! In Zanltri't l»ndc r of led c h e i t i t * r * c«t»f<illy
P>
^'*>^
h u n d w l t r d , I » f i d i c | j » r « i ) loi
Ifreeler opemiing d^pvndiibility.
Mnj.fnduttion thorlcutt. Nopfinlmi
cttculli.
Ho rpfnpromlftM with Quelriy.
7 Outfits To 5e/ect From!
Jrw|uIre A* Main
WE HAVE 'EM • HURRY INI
atawati Lumber Co.
Thi
Inindlj/
Sutphin Ave.
Lumber ) « / ( /
566-4500
Matawctn
Store
F I E L D FURNITURE
THRIFT WAREHOUSE
7-11 E. FRONT ST., KEYPORT
264-3021 - Ask For Harvey
.Slur* Hours: Dolly
III t — TluirMlny nnd l-rhhiy '111 t
Arc ZE M 111 S< •lioolrt 1
v-i) H'li Servire
To Do
Co lor - 1(1:.< k
White
TEN EYCK RONSON
283 Main St. - Netir Hwy. 34
Matawun
Oprn I'rl. Night - 'M-\DH
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
j t a f T w l v — Hwt SfHon
th»r»day, October 10, 196$
REDEEM ADJACENT COUPON WORTH 20e
Towards the purchase of 1 -Ib. pkg.
LOUELLA AWARD WINNING
THIS COUPON WORTH
tewaiJt t i n purctiitt *f 1-fc. pkg,
BUTTER
'/(
^Oj B^Nj
LOUELLA PRIZE WINNING
BUTTER
with purchtu* of $7.50 t mwa '
Horn* — — — _ _ » _ _ _ _ _ . _ „ _ _ _ _ _
Address .
Offer Explrei
Oct. 12, 1963
Oni Coupo
Pti Shopping
Family
8
REDEEM ADJACENT COUPON WORTH 20c
%3Q0O000fl00ft00DO0O0O0O000OOOOOOO
Towards the purchase of 1-lb. pkg.
LANCASTER BRAND SLICED
THIS COUPON WORTH
COUPONS
BACON
&
m
KUP
LANCASTER BR^NP
BQN^JN - . '
towordl lh« pyrchoia el I-Ik. pka>
LANCASTER BRAND SLICED
BACON
with any ( 3 . 0 0 m o t purchat*
T
I'resh! Vreshl
Acme Vrcsh!
LANCASTER BRAND
'cr
FLAME RED
CHUCK RIB
TOKAY
ROAST ROAST I GRAPES
REGULAR
STYLE
Thru Sot., O c t | »
I 963. Quantify ^
FRESH!
FRESH!
ACME
FRESH!
MIX O S MATCH!
Lancaster Brand Vacuum Packed
LUNCH M I A T I
KcMt 0 Pimtnia Loaf, Splc«d Luncheon,
Bologna, Salami, Plain Loaf. Oliva Loaf
LANCASTER BRAND s r s c u L L i PHKI-ARTO
RIB ROASTS
FLORIDA SEEDLESS
,65c
GRAPEFRUIT 4 29'
First Cuts Slightly Highor
LANCASTKR BRAND
SHORT RIBS BEEF , 4 9 o
GOLDEN DELICIOUS OR RED DELICIOUS
APPLES o.-. 3 . 3 9
LANCABTER BRAND
BEffUYER £ . , - _ _ * We
LANCAHTEH BRAND
RUSSET BAKING
BEIF ARM B O l S T _ h f i l e
HEO L FROZEN
'
Maidmtk BMMAM • •'•*•
• • • • • • • • • • i n • pkaL
STOUFFER'S FROZEN
T I R
u.I.# 1
POTATOES 5 - 2 9
LANCA8TKR RRAND CHO3B-CUT
BOHELESS ROUST J l o
FKUH. RtOULAR
"A" » . .
LANCASTER BRAND FULLY COOKED
l >>
BR0UNBBEEF b 4le^ l
U N C A m i l BRAND »BOZ«H
IMIAT DINNIRS
IDEAL
COFFEE
IMAL
TOMATO
SAUCE
Redeem
I hi*
Week's
Savings
Offers from Acme's Bomis Book!
•Mvtifiil Staubanrillc, fairlana Pattern
SAVE
17
DRINK
40
{
DINNERWARE
4-NICI >LACI HTTWt
ON YOUR
COMPLETI
SITTINQ
FREE
AUNT JFMIWA FROZEN
_
34.'.;?B9c
IDF.AL
WAFFLES
FROZEN, KING SIZE
IDEAL WAFFLES
BOOK OF SCIINCI
ON SALI THIS WEEK
WEBSTER DICTIONARY
BIRDSEYE FROZEN
FRVfT OfOKTML
TINYTATERS
UCGULAR 93c VM.Uf
K L MONTE PEABS
2'^««
STABtTIBt SECTION
with R+IHIS • • • k C»«r>*«l
l l « l « « lv«t COMPUTI
IICTIONI
UCEDMN
NOI. I » 2
99'
|{
BILIIfll
^»W»
•AH
WITH 1ONUI
• OOK COUPON
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wl(l1
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fittmaUt
fcMk A m I M V « l t n
/......,. ^; •••- '• • ...,««<i-.-.»».-.-,.-.-.
•ATM.SIZE — 2 bar* $31c
1 Ib. pkg. 2/49t
J 'Z 3k Siper Sads
•ATM SUE
Cuhnere IOIIIBI 1^ 28c Vd Detergent
83% ox, $1,27
i ^ 35e
bottlt
Fab
AJAX ) 6 Me
16 lbs., 9 oi, $3.69
5
RIB
-Fbor ChBMr l r 19c
AJAX X 1 4 M . 27C
4 01
1 S9o
POWDER
M
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Cleanser
Octagon
22' or." bottlo 75c
Action Bleach
Baggies
21 oi.
. pkg.
50
pkg. of 5O'i
:c iic
Liquid Ajax __
23 ot.
bottlt
Deodorant OH „
7 oi.
_ con
BUBBLE BATH
II OI,
bottlt
69c
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING — ROUTE 35 and 36
95a
FLORIENT
LAUNDRY SOAP
3Jc
2le
44 ot, boltla
[T-itn>(irniifiinnnwi»«iu
Vi Gal.
pkg. of
,0
Soaky
pkg,
$1.15
Dynamo Liquid
36
oi,
Bt.
, bottlt 09B
THE M A T A W A N JOURNAL, N . J.
Thursday, Octoim 10/ 1963
COUPON SAVINGS
COUPON SAVINGS
• • • levera ths punhoN of
eooMM
Page On« — Swond Stcffoit
VUI(B
AN»»IE TURKEY
m_. Coiipon
COUPON
5 ib bag ofSUGAR
wwwnin
,M
Coupon Good At ^
ANY SHOP-RITI SUPER MARKET
25
1 MY SNOP-ltn SVMIRURKIT
WHfM ITIM I I A V A I A M I
COUPON U M I T - O M M l FAMILY
T * I I # » I I !«#*•« fafwfcyWfM. Oct. 12. W
COUPON SAVINGS
•"• toward th* purchai* ol
ANY GALLON SHOP-RITE
PAINT
C
WHEM ITIM IS AVAILAUI
COUPON LIMIT-ONE PER FAMILY
'Ctupan ItpUtt
. . . toward t i n purchase of
THIS
COUPON
WORTH
-Coupon Good At
ANY SHOP-RITE SUPER MARKET
WHCtl ITEM IS A V A I L A I U
COUPON L I M I T - O N E PEft FAMILY
Saturday Hlghl, >cl. VI. I"
Couponf*pfr*i Safurdoy fflghf, V ! . 1-- '
Coupon redeemed only on purchait of ittm liilcd,
m M m m r f only an purctww a( item Httod,
an purchate al item lilted
SHOP-RITE! WHYRAYMORE? SNOP-RITE.'
WHY tAY MORE FOR FROZEN FOOltt
ttUki
i Ap»tt,
p»t, O
Owwy.
wwy.> — * . Mmbwtyy, ht
Turnovers 4S.99*
T
•
M
,
Dinners
Sft
ftf
3!K$1
Pinners
C*Mon*wChicken, Cant.
.
CHECK
THE
SHOP-RITI
NEAREST
YOU AND
SAVE ON
FOOD
WITH
SHOP-RITE'S
LOW
LOW
PRICES .
WHY
PAY
MOREI
UIIY I'AY MORE FOR
Hia*>Rit*
s7'
B l S C U l t S mnnwiK
iuchyWhip
Whip Topping
Cheese Cakes «-* * 59*
Coo4Luclior2coMAISw*H
Margarine
.
,
4 £>• *t
Ihop-Hit. 100% Pur*
Orange Juice
143*
•hop-Kit* Corn O i l
Margarine
»25*
YELLOW
HAWAIIAN
PUNCH
W f l f P / l l AfORfi *OK DEM
lhe»-»it*
Sliced Bacon .49*
•win't eVewn •> Steve
K49*
49"
4
FISH DEPT.
SUGAR
S t U r « , »49'
Newport Rom! *• 99*
SHRIMP
k
fl£VI£,l'll * HEAVTY
»69*
AlltS!
UvarU-1S.S-oi. N*w Sparkl* D*tan<*r lolll* Reg. 19c
Mouth Wash 7 3 '
Rapid Shave .,78*
Mmoll>«-Kint Sit* M*g. f •<
SHOP-RITE
PRESERVES
« APRICOT • ORANGE
• PINEAPPLE • PEACH
. GRAPE JELLY • GRAPE JAM
p YOUR CHOICE
•olitW We«. »t<
Denture Cleanser ',: S5"
Hair Spray
• 2 t ' 1 0 count
FA'EliYTMiS'G'S
I2-0L' .
WHY PAY MORE FOR FROlWCEf
APPLES
CRISP
MclNTOSH
RIVAL
BEEF
Fancy Rutwtt fcifcln*
Potatoes
on.
39'
CAULIFLOWER
SNOW
WHITE
If. tmt
19
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H> r>«v< Wit tl*hl |g Nmll <ua«UI»
SHOP-RITE!
DtlMMl«*rkltMl«% 3S«i.
ImutiltJ Italian
t4.i.
1
can
!•«« ffJS*
IM
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4 ZV«f 1
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S a l t i n e s SHOP-RIT?
Id.
tuppy Jotk
S y r u p »"
Bv
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or MAXWIU HOUSC t^i. |.r
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A
« * _ ^ CHAM <. SANIORN fc K
TO*
Coffee
•*< OFF
COFFEE SALE!"
MAXWELL HOUSE
£
D r i n k s WESTFIELD
May po Cereal 29
$
Brownie Mix - 4 ; 1 Tide Detergent SI99«,
Peaches £Ki7 3'£'."87;
N 9
Apple
Saucerr:
4
;.' l
43*
Bisquick Mix V:u 4
3
$
Tomato Juice 4 ;i 1 White Tuna . 3 £ 89*
; f
CandyColdBars
Peppers
M
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r
^
5
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Medal,
Hecktr or B I*.
Bl
Cld M
d lH
Cookies H%:VX t ' 2 9 Anli Freeze
Kleer W a x JOHNSON »• 79*
Polish
69' Coffee •-tffi*-- "SrVjloyir («li Itllf doiWr (c Oil Cuilloll Mill
H
ta><
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i«
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Shap-Rit*
4,29'
Cut Shait
Rib Stocks
SHORTENING 3 4 9
Ptrmtintnt Iyp«
Grapefruit
t*r«n*V
tr
Carrots
Ihop.til.f.—.. «
Onion SU«k,; t9"
SHOP-RITE
OOXe»
Neille, Hcrihty,
Cliunky
MO
2 OS
';;••••
PRICED RIGHT AT
, Haiti. t«!lj. Vlhili UminViliil
PlwUalMtfeN
Ground Chuck
STEAKS
:;
Ketchup ptARr* P6 t
Tuna Flakes w 5 »1
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THE M A T A W A N JOURNAL, N. J.
Pag* t w o — Second Section
Photographers Protect Customers
HVW-M Reports
Staff Changes
The Hanson • VanWinklc • Mun•ing Co., Malawan announced the
ictirement of Waller 1, Ehrlinger,
wport manager, who reached the
company's normal retirement age
(his year. John W. Carton jr., forloer assistant In the export department, was appointed to [ill the
vacancy.
Born in Pittsburfjh, Pa., Mr. Ehrtinner graduated from the Knoxville Union Ui^h School. In 1926
after a varied business career, he
joined the Walter E. Hague and
Son, electroplating company, in
Pittsburgh as secretary and treasurer, and in 1931 wat appointed
assistant secretary and treasurer of
The Genuine Motor Harts Co,, of
Pittsburgh.
At'the beginning of World War
II, Mr. Ehrlmner offered his services to H-VW-M in order to contribute to Ihe war effort. He served
in Die capacity of sales engineer
until 194S when he was appointed
export manager, the position he
held until his retirement.
Graduate Of Kcd Bank
Bom in Rumsvn, Mr. Carton
graduated from Red Bank High
School and the Kcd JSank Business
Institute. He began his business
career with one of the larger New
York printing firms where he was
in charge of pj'oduclion control
arid order processing. During
World War II he served wilh the
U.S. Army In the European theater and was decorated by both the
American and French governments.
..... Following the war, Mr. Carton
Studied accounting and business
tow at New York University, and
Joined a brokerage accounting firm
• I a junior accountant. In May of
tltl he joined the sales department
el Hanson - VanWinkle - Munning
Co., and lerved for 13 years as
•ales specialist on electroplating
auppllcs. Prior to his present appointment he spent three years as
assistant to the export manager.
In addition to his business intercat, Mr. Carton has been active in
Cily Government. He served for
three years as councilman in Rumton, has been tax assessor lince
MS3 and a member of the planning
hoard since 1954.
Join IFF Staff
Dr. Ernst T. Tbeimer, vice president of research and development,
International Flavors I Fragrances Inc., has announced the addition
•f Or. Peter W. D. Mitchell and
Or. Erno Mohacsi to the research
Half of the IFF • Union Beach
Research and Development Laboratories. Both gentlemen will assume
Ihe dulies of a Project Leader in
the Organic Synthesis Laboratories.
Now li the time to advertise
those unused articles for tale.
A small ad in Ihe classified
column will turn them into cash
lor you.
Thursday, Odobcr 10, 1963
Patterson Heads
Scoutcrs' Fund
Stephen P a t t e r s o n , district
manager of the Suburban Propane
Gas Co., Malawan, has been named chairman of Ihv 1964 Boy Seoul
Drive lor eight communities. Ihe
Scout Drive was started Oct. ;i as
part of ihe county - wide effort lo
raise funds for the local Munmoulh
County Hoy Sccmi vs^iitxi/mion.
Mr. PaUei'son is the vice president of (he Karitan Township lUnmi
of Kducaiion and a member of 'li.;
Key port Kiwanis t'hib. Me hauls
the Chingarura DiMricl (if M<mmoull) Council Finance Di vision
which comprises the coinmunitii.-s
of Rtiritan, Maiuwan Township mid
liorouyh, Ilolmde! Township, Key; port, Keansburp, Union H<\jch.
' and part of Marlboro Townsfiip.
A .special p l i s kickoff dinner was
held at lh'.' C'nhs NVrk Inn. Colts
Nt'ck Town .ship, Thui Mhiy. The
drive will run through Oci. 28 ami
the KO;I1 is $12,000 of thy county's
scout budget o! JlJO.flOD.
Cites Number Of Scouts
Mr. Patterson stated iluu their
are now ovt;r 1*J Cub Scouts, Buy
Scouts, and HapJurnrs in 'Mf .sjM.m| sorinj» institution1; in the district.
JThe district just hr-ld iis fait c:imj poree in the iu>w llolnu!'1! Cmmiv
| Park. Over 13 \U,y Scout units ;«>k
i part in lliis event.
Left to right, Orren Jack Turner, President of the! of Ihe IM'ANJ examining Idlers ot complain! Ilia! j Scouting can make the ihnVjtiit'i'
Professional Photographers Association of N e w ! come In daily uguinst Ilinoranl photographers. The in thfi lives of buys ami <cmniu.'iu
Jersey; F.inmelt Dean, a manager of the Belter organizalion will come lo the aid of persons viciimiri-d liiis, and llie financial .support of
Business Bureau; and Seymour Ring, vice president' by photographic itinerants.
Scout'inj; is miiy acnmipli^u'd wlien
aH'iiHercsted cili/.'-ns help h> make
their local comriimiKy dnu* a stir:*
Over 6000 Gaslights
School Superintendents
cess. Mr. PutU-i-am emphasi/ed.
Green Acres Grant
Sold In Promotion
Schedule Conference
Installing crews are in the process o! finishing the erection ef
more than COW) gaslights sold during a recent 1(1 . week promotion
by Ihe New Jersey Natural Gas
Co. The local gas company's record sales are part of ihe national
trend to the return of outdoor gasJijjhls for illumination and attractive decor which has seen more
lhan a million gaslights Installed in
the past several years.
New Jersey Natural Gas officials
are proud of the part their company is playing in the comeback
of the gas industry into Ihe lighting
field. As one of them, William J.
Miners, assistant vice president .:n
charge of sales, pointed out, "When
you consider that 100,0011 gaslights
were sold in the entire country in
that 10-week period, our record of
6015 sales means that we sold six
per cent of the nation's total."
The national gaslight revival is
having such an effect that one
manufacturer, Hadco .Aluminum
Products Co., of Littlestown, Pa.,
reported (hat gaslights noiv account
for 40 per cent ot its total revenues,
while as Jit I le as five years ago it
made only electrical lighting fixtures. The new business has been
so impressive that the firm recently moved into a new plant five
limes the size of (he old one.
New Jersey's superintendents of
schools will convene in Atlantic
City Oct. 22 to 24 lo study ways ot
improving instruction in the public
schools. The occasion is the 18th annual conference of the New Jersey
School Superintendents Assn. at
lladdon Hall Hotel. Theme of the
conference is 'The Improvement
of Instruction: How To l)o It."
Dr. Frederick M. Raubinfjer,
New Jersey's Commissioner of Education, will deliver the keynote
address Tuesday, Oct. 22. His subject is "Pulling Ihe Pieces Togrth.
er," according to Ernest Gilliland,
Somerset County superintendent nl
schools, NJSSA president.
Wednesday, the superintendents
wlil study ways to improve education for seriously underprivileged
children. The speaker will be Dr.
Lloyd McCorkle, New Jersey's
Commissioner of Institutions ami
Agencies. The school superintendents will spend much of the conference in small seminars studying
ways lo improve teaching nnii
learning in every phase of the curriculum.
If you need printing ol any
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Our quick service and reasonable
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State Police Slate
New Entrance Exams
Optometrists At
Professional Seminar
Col. D. R. Capello, Slati- Police
Optometrists from all parts of
the slate attended a professional Superintendent, today announced
seminar at tht Ksscx House Motel, the dates for two remaining tnNewark, devoltd to a review of trance examinations to be held
latest advances in prescribing and this >f,Tr, The written phase of th?
fitting contact ii'iues.
\
exam has been scheduled at Savre.
Hi^h)i}»rit of the mtetinfi, «.pon-1 vitie Htjih School, Savrevllle, Oct.
sftred by the New Jersey Uptonie- \
trie Assficialion, were papers pie-j 2fi ami Dec. JO.
seniet! by t'.\o prominent optnnic- j All voting nun who metM the n c tnsts. \)r. HeiiKiid Donncr of Lon- css.'iry r«'(|(i(renu.*flts may Mke liw
don, lCn^iinid, Chairman of the Con. 1written test WUIKHU prior applicatact LeiT- Practitioners Assniiatwi.i j tion. TJjo.se Jnleresicil in ihv Srji.e
of London, discussed recent ! e- I'olice as a career should vim ply
leport to the nearest examination
seatvh in cotiuci lens dt'.sjpn.
Or. Maurice G. I'osn-r. Chairman (xtint at Ihe announced time.
Hvervone will be notified ny mail
of (ho Committi'i* vn Contact Leiscs of t!ie American Optnrm-tric A>- as to the results, and those who
stxintiW}, revii.-ned special types of pass will t>e instructed to report
contact !»-nscs suited for use by pa- to Division Headquarters, West
tients having various forms of c>e Trenton, for the medical and pfi>vdisease or visual defect. Doctors at- cal tests on Dec. 21. Formal appli(erulinj: the nueiinj: included \)r. cations will be distributed to only
those who pass ihe three phases of
Louis I'raj'er, Keyport
the examination.
Peace Corps Needs
Many New Volunteers
Elect New General
Of Salvation Army
Commissioner
Frederick
L. Cvutts has been elected as Ih*
eighth Generii! of The Salvation Army, according to announcrmenl
from The Salvation Army l*i»h
Council meeting a't Sunbury Court,
London. F.nj*Jand, Oct. 1.
Hie new International Leader
will .succeed Genera) Wilfred Kilc.King. who will retire Nov. 22 iift.T
nine years of leadership of The Salvation Army activities in KG countries.
As International Leader, Generalelect limits will be in command ol
nearly 'JQ.000 centers of operation
conducting a spiritual and social
welfare ministry in 140 ianjiuanes.
In the United Slates alone, The SuL
vation Annv officer corps totals almost 50OI) men and women manning 1.100 evangelical centers and
niuif than ^00 instituticis und services.
Th'.s week, why don't you
look through the windows of ! Real Kstnto Lilting
your church . . .from the inside. for sale at this office.
C a r d !
'On* Jv.tre Corps ('!;jn.(!"s UM(
it w i i l r t - t j u i t t ' lit I t - a y 'tOOO \ o i t m ( f t - J S Jo n i l - i t i h i - i r ( ; : H \ ' - t s <4 h o M
f o u n i i v y.o\i r n i i i ' i n t s in liHJ-1. i h i - s c
i v t - d s " i n c l u d e WOO t i ' ; i c ! » - : ^ . 11000
c t i n u i i u n i t v <i«'veWi|ini' nt w m k n -;,
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Robert A l'oc. CommisMimer of
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bay si .ore area motorists t»f a i l k i n d s a r e »• c d ' - i l . AfnUhi-i
servation anil Kronumic Developj had their driving privilr^rv Mi1*- • 1M)O p e r s o n s w i l l Jil! / w i s i s i»s m c t ) ! ment, announced today (.'rants inlal- ' pended this week under provisions c a l , l a f j O f a t o r y a m i \ - r a y t - ' i h n i inj! $191,418 in Green Acres l.ot-.il I of the stale |ioint .system ami man- , c i i i n s , d o c t o r s , d c n i i s l i . a m i v a i n Matching Assistance funds. 'Ihe datory speed plans, 'they it re John : t a i i a i i s .
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THE M A T A W A N JOURNAL, N . J,
Thwrtdoy, October 10, 1963
Second Section — Page Three
The New Jersey Tencentenary those artists whose works are aa»
or Superintendent of Schoolt in Now Jeriey Division, N.S.A., at
Art Exhibition To
Commission will award special Ter- cepled In this regional show to eaRumson, laid these folks are a the Military Park Hotel in Newgroup unlo themselves. He has also ark, was attended by president
centenary Medallions to first, sec- ter its Triennial Exhibition to ba
Be Held In Area
done research work for historians. Annina Moran, Spring Lake: Vice
ond and third place winners in the held next April. Information reDr. Wolbach's talk was supple- President Mary Wheaton, Locust;
The New Jersey Regional Art exhibitions and several honorable
garding the Newark Exhibition will
mented with a slide presentation o( Mrs. Mildred Price, Red Bank,
Exhibition for this area will be
With all the newspaper publicity a Revolutionary soldier; he was held at two art centers. Guild of mentions will be made. In coopera- be made available in January, 1964.
Dr, Chirlet A. Wolbich, Rumsoa, these people, their homes and love- and Misi Ruth Collins, Navesink.
tion
with
the
New
Jersey
TercenA bus trip to the Flcmington Fur on the Hendrickson Homestead in born in 1744, and died in 1836. He Creative Art. Shrewsbury, and
prominent in the field o( education ly farms.
tenary Commission the Newark
Have you read the classified
Company, Remington Glass Comwas known at "Captain," his Munmouth College. West Long
and • retired prolemor of MonMuseum offers the opportunity to ads'.1
Miss Ellen London of Astwry pany, «nd Stengel Potteries will he Holmdel we wonder how much the
wife was Elizabeth Stevenson, they Branch, from Nov. 3 through. 24.
mouth College, tpoke to the secre- Park, who was awarded the 'Aonreading
public
knows
of
the
famitaries ol the Monmouth • Ocein mould • Ocean Chapter NSA Schol- held N»v, 2. Crusts are welcome. ly and its importance in Monmouth liad two sons, Captain Daniel (5) A cordial invitation is extended to
The next regular meeting will be
all artists living in Mownouth
Chapter/The Nationil Secretar- arship for the 1963-1964 year was a held Nov. S, at the Colonnade Reshistory. Family records are sparse, and William (6), probably daugh- County and Burlington 3iid Ocean
lef Aiiociation at t h e i r recent guest. Miss London is a graduate taurant. The executive committee
ters
too.
Daniel
(I)
during
the
Revmeetini in the Colonnade Rwtaur- of Asbury Park High School and will meet at the New Jersey Natur- as is the very beginnings of the line olution commanded a troop of light Counties north of Route 70 to participate in this exhibition to help
ant, on the'hiilory of the Penn- is pursuing the Executive Secre- al Gas Co., Asbury Park, Oct. that settled in Mitldletown, in • horsemen and rendered Rood ser- celebrate the 300th birthday of New
sylvania Dutch, and the arrival of tarial Curriculum at Monmouih 30.
Information m a y lie ob- part now incorporated .into Holm- vice to the patriotic side. Like oth- Jersey.
the Amiiti to this country; a fub- College, West Long Branch. Miss tained by contacting Mrs. Gulli del.
er oflicers of the Militia he suffered
Ject for which he is well known. Eleanor Van Hise, Sea Girl, nlsn Babcock, membership chairman, 8
Hsndrick Ilendricks, the first of great pecuniary loss through neThree original works in oil, wawas present as a guest.
Brown'i Dock Rd., Locust.
Dr. Wolbach. who alto it a formlh» line that we know much about
torcolor (including casein, tempera,
Mrs. Eugenia Larson of Shrewslived in Flatbush, Long Island, glect of his private business, devot- gouache, or pastel),
drawings,
bury, secretary to Mr. Herbert A.
O N FAMOUS SCOTT'S PRODUCTS
though it is said that his father ing his time and means during the prints, or sculpture are eligible. All j
Kenyon, Area Supervisor of How- Industry To Join
came to America with Hudson, and seven years of the war to the Am- entries will be reviewed by the j
ard Johnson Co., Clark, was install- Civil Defense Test
that he liked the country so much erican cause.
jury of selection and awards, and
ed as a new member during a canthat he jumped ship and remained
Captain Daniel (5) was born In
dlclighlinB ceremony performed by
Major industries throughout the on our shores, probably along the 1780 and died in ISM, he was Cap- those selected will be displayed
in the two exhibitions. The jury is
the president, Annina Moran, as- slate will take part in (he Stale Civ. Hudson River, until he could bring
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sisted by vice president, Miss Mary il Defense exercise Oct. 22, State his family to America from Hil- tain of a company of Militia in the composed of liurgoyne Diller, paintwar
of
1812,
was
stationed
on
Sandy
er and sculptor. Atlantic HighWheaton. As a part of the educa- CD Chief Thomas S. Dignan said land, lie this as it may, we find the
PAINTING
tion program, Mrs. Helen Pratt, yesterday. Firms such as Curtiss Iwo sons of llendrick, of Flatbush, Hook. He also was active in tliu lands: Adolf Konrad. painter, Flanlielmar. Miss Winnie Castle and Wright, Humble Oil, Johnson and settling in Monmouih in 1692 or erection of the Dutch Church in ders; Abe Liebmann, painter, West
DECORATING
Miss Eleanor Mateland, Point Plea- Johnson, Del.aval and Dell Tele- W.n, their names were Daniel and Middletnwn.
Orange.
OR
FOR ONLY
sant Beach, are attending a study phone Co. will activate their dis- William.
FKEE ESTIMATES
session each week on accounting aster control centers and move empresented by the Trenton Chapter ployees i n t o designated shelter
Daniel purchased land in what
HI Ninth Ave., Uaba Beach
of NSA.
areas at the sounding of the Alert was known as "Holland," part of
Leadership Clinic
the then Middlelown, and here he
Signal at 2 p.m.
264-6158
The Third Annual Leadership The same signal, a steady three died in 1723. lid was a Captain of
Clinic, recently presented by the minute tone, will be repeated IS the Militia. Sheriff (1708) and Eldminutes later announcing the end er of the Dutch Church in 1709. Htf
of the test. Mr. Dignan said simi- married Catherine, daughter of Jan
lar participation is expected n Janse Van Dyke and his wife
schools and government buildings Teuntje Thyse l.aen Van Pelt, they
where federal approved shelter had eleven children, among them
was l)aniel(3).
space Is available.
Phsntt
Dank'K.I) was probably the first
The public at large, on foot or
Phoning ii tha quicktst
In vehicles, ii not required to seek of the family to use the name form
wiytoslurtyoufnewiMEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S APPAREL
o(
llundrickson.
He
was
very
active
shelter and may pursue usual aci n j to learn whit's ne*
tivities throughout the test. Mr. in church work, sometimes preach.
it ttu other end of Ilia
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local civil defense leaders to turn en of as "Dominie Dan'U HendrickFUR ALTERATIONS
DELIVE^
M * Jf»Str B(IL
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He
was
born
in
1723
and
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WE ALSO MAKE NEW CLOTHES
_ _ „...._.
lice forces to ensure a continued in 1738.
WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
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Daniel's (3) son Daniel (4) was
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THE M A T A W A N JOURNAL^ N . J.
~" S#COIMI Section
Married At St. Benedict's
Miss Bacon Weds
Herbert F. Brown
Morganvillc Girl
Is October Bride
Thursday, October TO, 1963
A. SehaufUr
Joseph A. Schuuiler. 45, of 1« Walada Ave. }Jort Monmouth, died
Saturtiay, <X't. 5, 11*3 in Riverview
Hnfpii.il. Born in Newark, he had
Henry Iirouwer, 78, of 21M Flor- lived in Port Monmomh five years.
ence Ave., Raritan Township, died : Mr. Srlunifler was an Army Vet
Friday. Oct. 4, 1WJ3 in Monmuath ' c a n c<f World War II and was emMcdit.t! Center.
|i'<(Vt'd .is a i ustodji;n at Middit**
Calvary Gluirch Wedding
Henry Brouwcr
Died Friday
At • double ring ceremony on
Miss Marianne Rappn, dauj'tv.i1
Saturday, Oct. 5, 1963, «t 2 p.m.
nf M r and Mrs. frank Kappa, d |
in the Memorial Baptist Church,
l a s t Francis St., Morpinvilli:. bo-!
Salem, Misn Bonnie Elizabeth BaIi tine the hr'ttU- of WilJi.un P. .M.it- j
eon, dtughter of Mr. md Mrs.
It Sntunby afternoon, Ori. 5, 1%3 j
His wife di^d Oct. 1 ami w;i< bin- town Tow:i.->hi|i Hi^h ScJiiwI.
Chester U. Bacon, Salem, wai
.11 3 p.m. Jin* brJiJdjiroiiH) i.s tor .•><)}) J
Siij"\jv)ii^ ;t:c a .son. Joseph *\.
Mited in marriage to Herbert
icd shortly before ;;er hut-bund's
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Malta, 9 j
Franklin Brown jr., *on of Mrs.
' d e a t h . Mr. l l i m n v i r was a retired. Sciiaufler jr. "id a d.iiij;lUerf Mrs,
I »st Francis St., Morjjanville.
Herbert F. Brown sr., 25fi Broad
i i;h''f nl Foil Monmoji'ii iiml w o r k ' i ! Helen Pisiiano. both of We^l
I he Kfcv. .losoph Lciinim, riiapSt., Kcyport, and the late Mr.
I for liii' Netherlands jiOVernniHtit he. Kean^burji, five brothers, (Charles
-, 11 tin U.S. Air lon:e, reicnily p.*Brown.
; fort.1 ennnnu so K.iiitan Tounsiiip nnd lul.vuiii S« haufier, lrvin»:on;
1
•\
turned
from
1'iu'ito
Rico,
perform.
J
J 15 y e a r s ;i(io Mr B:mi\\IT W:IS Hi-ihrrt <\ Si-h.uifli'r. San Difj'O,
The Rev, Glenn Abbott, pastor,
ed tin: double rmjj ci-i('inon> in St ;
; bom in Rotterdam, He!land. He Calif.; Ailur: A Schuufler. Bloom.
•erformed the ceremony, assisted
John's Church, Marlboro.
d:id Arthur Srhaufier, Union;
j was ;t c o m m u n i o n ! of St. Joseph's field.
By the Rev. Charles E Tilton,
I The bride was j*iven in marriage
a S ; *UT.
Mr«. Frederick T. SchovliChurch, Kt'Vport.
Waverly, Pa,, formerly pastor of
j
by
IUT
lather.
She
wore
a
full.
1
ner,
iJ«ri Mofifnotith, and live
the Salem Church. Mrs. Ralph
Surviving. are two lnoiht-rs, Pet' length jyjun of silk oij'.an/a OV-T
Reeves, Salem, presided at the coner a MI! .John Hrmiwiw, bo'.h in Holtaffeta. Thi* fitted bodice was deaote. and accompanied the soloists,
land, .ind c-ev»'ral :vt r e s and neph- ! Funeral services Here held Tin's
signed \vi(h a portrait necklim- and
Miss Claudia Seagreaves and Miss
day at 11 a m . in the Scon Funeral
ews.
ltxij; lap'jrcd sleeves, and ihe .skin I
Jacqueline Knable, both of PhilFuneral s».-r vices wt-re held Tui's- iliimi; Weifoni, with llie Kev. WiV
featured an embroidered. <>IH;H;/;I !
adelphia.
1*. Uisjtrove. pastor of New
day at (S; U> .i.ni. fruni ihe Hedle b i n
' sheath panel in the front and ;t full
The bride was given In marriage
]-"un'*!iil Home. Kryport, to St. Jo- Monmmiih Kaptist Church. of(ic';.UI
chapel
[rain.
Her
fin^eriip
ieri^;ii
my,
M
u
i . ' i l W : K in F . n r Vjt*\v Ci-nu-fcy her father. Her gown, which
seph's (.lunch wht-re a requiem
j veil of illusion ft-)) from ;i rmjlunnv]
the designed and made, was white
m;tss WHS offered at !* a.m. hurm\ !ei•'. . M :ild!f/t<>\\ il.
1
fort-head
lu-adpii'ie
of
M-tjuins
and
'
pcau de soie, the bodice of which
was in Ml, Dliv.l Cemet'TV, Mid- :
pearls and sin: cai i ird a heir:I rank II. McLaughlin
was styled with a scoop neckline,
shaped h(MK{ii('t of white eantaiioin;
; l-v>U'k il. M t U u j j h i i n . 104 So»:h
trimmed in Alencon lace, studded
j
designed
around
a
-.Wiite
pi.iyer
Sn-piiiTis
A \ e . Souili Aniboy. t!i J d
Miss M;uy Jane ( i r a h a m
*i(h pearls and sequins, and long
Miss Mary Jiine (ir;u)iiin, Kpi inj.* StilHKlii>. (Vi. ?>. I'^.'J i n ' Smith
tlceves. The full skirt also was
Hil! Ril, 'CherM-tjiKike. died nl Aniboy Mt-imiriJ] Hospil.il. Horn in
trimmed with Alencon lace and apj
Maid Of Honor
!
hoini' Siiiuiday. Ot;t, 5, VM'J, after J a n i e s b u f ^ , in- was the son of ihe
pliqued with pearls and sequins
Mi.ss R o v Tnipani, Unin:i, u . i s !:
ii lonj! illni'v. Mtv- Oraham, who , h u e M r . iind M i s . John Mcl.avij'hand ended in a chapel-length train.
! the maid ol Iionor for IUT COUMH.
ceJrbr,<!rd her MhU hirthtJay *«n lin.
Her shoulder-length veil was at'. The bridesmaids wen* Miss Dianr
July :U. l%;t. had li\»*d with her , A retirfil m t l l u r i ^ l u of the H t r tached to a crown of pearls and
Fiirris, Miss Rose Rapp;i. cousin nl
nierr, Mrs. ADD J-'VJJJS, ,'or !ht f:i.'j: culcs Po^tici" Co., in* also had b e i n
(he carried white roses with tufts
• tfm hri((e, and Miss < fi:u lu'te Mai- 1
('ini)ioyi'd i>v i h c C n y of Soutii Am•JU years.
C>f chrysanthemums on a nihte.
la, sister of the hrid<'jMonm, .ill
hny. Mr. M c l . a u ^ h h n w a s u c o m .
j of MurgjmvMK* and Miss On off* AnStslcr Is Maid Of Honor
Miss (ir<i}><'in) »-is l^orn ;n Kt-vmini
ii" ant uf Si. M a r y ' s Ch-in !i,
derson. Freehold.
:
. Miss E. Martha Uacon, Salem,
["Xir;. Site was a comuuinicaiH nf St. 1
{ Detachable mer^kiffs icvciicd
Was the maid of honor for her
Amiirose ('hnrc)j, Say re Woods Souih Ambov, iuul of ihf \h<<y
N a m e Society
and the Ch j lice
lister.
Her copper-colored peau
Souih.
• their floor - length fclu-allt {.-owns of j
MR., MRS. A1.IJIK1 MAl'M) JR.
Club.
de note gown was fashioned with
t /jrct'ii taffeta, .siylrd w'nU scoup 1
Shi- was ihe (Jiiu^hier of the late*
Surviving a r e his wife, .\trs. !-*tna b o a t neckline, threequarter| necklines and lnnj< filled sleeves, i Miss Carol Hmbnra Olah. 6 Wai-1 Miss Nanry Meltler. Union Death J a n u s and 1 li/abr'h (Hoyle) Gra:\»o
kfiglh sleeves and a bell-shaped
! Circular veils fell over iheir man h- nut Ti'/r., Jveypori, (Jau^htrr of i and Miss Linda Matuui, Krarnv, ham. Surv ivin^ at e tt-veriil oliier ma (Le-.Ms) Mcl.uu^hlin;
<f.'iuj,'?urr*.
Mrs. Frank
McCarthy
full-length skirt. She wore a matchsister
ol
tinhiidc;:!(>oin.
were
Ihe
: ing rose headpieces and they car- Mrs. Rcnee Olah, Laurel Ave.,
nieces and nepheu .s.
and M r s . Jiimes McCarthy, South
ing headpiece with a short veil, and
\ riod tutse^ays of jjreen and while
Keansburg and; Andrew
OlaJi,' j>mvns anc
s\m\xty.
0)i rv >o»«. Cieor^e H.,
carried a bouquet of rust-colored
carnations.
I ; rf-fhold; F r a n c i s II. and Ha:»i!<i
Chrysanthemums with contrasting
JaniL'.sburji, became the bride of; cd like tt honor attendain'5, ex-'
j
Three
year
old
I.i.sa
Hriiajina,
ribbons.
r t Colonia, was (he flower j;ii I. She Albert Maund jr., .son of Mr. and cep: (ha; tlii'ir chapel - succp [rains (
Nt-i!if Uremian, Union !leach, and
'.-*•} j C o i o
The
attendants' gowns were
fi'll from the shoulders. They car-1
•'\,h,i I wor a white eyelet over tureen laf- Mrs. Maund. 41 Rutland Ave., hud sfaibtir.st cojoniais of bruiw.e'
Mi s. Ann D.n k, i-'reeliold; t w o
Myled similarly to the maid of
feta knee - length dress u iih « Kearny, Saturday, Oct. 5, l%;i. Tlie
KeyjMHi. Ijuriiil wus in Si. Joseph'* iirdtlier.s, William. Fret-holtl, a n d
honor's, and all were made by the
MRS. WILLIAM I). WRHillT
.scoop neckliiu- nnd >hort s!".•*• \<-v Rev. Jlarry R. I'inr performed Ihe
Cemetery, Keyport.
: ( "t\ .1Y11' S, Tirriiion; 18 jrrandchil*
• bride.
Miss Alice Achenbach,
A tiny veil was iiitachi'd to her fa- double ring cen-inony at 3 p.m. in I'oiir - year - old Deborah D.mn
Naiareth, Pa., wore light green; ' Miss Miriam Joyce Brown.' Keanshurg. Miss Judith Brown. led bow headpiece and she carried ("alvary .Methodist Church, Ki-y Davison. Cliffwood Beach, was the
dren ;tm 1 Mx I'trat j'.r;i1 ndchildrt 1 !).
Mrs. I honias I'uiintri^hani
Miss Susan Clapp, Bloomsburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jlazlet, sister of the bride, wa.s (ho a basket of fcreen and while car- port.
flower >;irl lor her cousin. She wore
Mis, Catherine ( unnin^hani, .>.'). ( I'uiin. ii ^ c! v ;< i s v.i. re held -st
fa., gold, and Mrs. Robert Walls, Brown, 51 Cornell Dr., lla/.lel, and junior bridesmaid. Their royal him; nations.
a knee - length blue nylon dress ol 'I'l IV-den Terr., Keamy, died' fi:30 Ji.ui W i •diH-Miity fnmil ;!»• (inn*
Philadelphia, dark green. They William IX Wright, weir married gowns and headpieces were styled
The bride was given in marriage with lace trim, matching shoes and Thuisday. Oct. H. l'K;:i, at her; (htnn }-'u I H T .tl l i o n i f , S< ui[h Ambov,
Uncle Is Best Man
wiih u s • '((',nn hty.h (cqii;e:ti rri;i^s
• o r e matching headpieces and also Saturday, Sept. 28, 1963 in St. like the honor attendant's and iliey
by her father. She wore a flour- accessories ami a blue tuilt* picture home uf a h*-art attack.
a! ' l a m . in Si. Mary'v Hunch. Inlurried rust-colored chrysanthe- Benedict's Church, Hazlct.
The j carried royal blue half-moon cas-1 Louis Kappa, Mor^iinvilli*. um:le ii'iigth lace iiowrt which teiminated hat. She carried a -miniature starIh
Mrs.
Cunnin^hain
was
born
in
cades
with
identical
floral
arranj-e.;
<
>
f
*-'
hride,
was
the
best
man.
!cj
MjenE ','. : i;l in C;»]v;t;';:' Cc'iK-'ery,
m u m with contrasting ribbons.
in a chapel sweep. The fitted f>od- hurst colonial bouquet of blue and
ih i d i l
f l l
bridegroom is the son of Mr. ami d
Scotland and lived ;n Kearny 37 I'.u lin.
' I U.sliennj: were 1-riink Stark. New ic« had a scalloped neckHie and white po!ii|wjns.
Miss Sylvia Armstrong, Canton, Mrs. William Wright, Dock St., Un- mciu.
years.
irk; Vince/ti K;(ff(>;i, hro'fi cap sleeves uJuch int.'t file !ou<;
I).md .Maund, Kearny, brother of
Cousin of the bride, was the junior ion Beach.
Albert Wenzel. Union Reach, was l}mns;i
I) anitl I). Uinoar Sr.
1
Surviving are her husband, j
of the bride and Knbi-il
Robei t l-.lhinatchm;; nuns. 11 e r shouliinthe bridegroom, was the best man.
bridesmaid. She wore an oyster
The Rev. Gerald Callahan per- the best man. Ushering were llnw- ei
1
iXmi.-l I). K.nt'iir sr. . ; : i . of it?
both
of
MorjiiinvJllL*;
iind
Aniim
l'
,
*n.i;t)i
veil
of
Wench
ilhiMon
ft
*)
Vshvnnu were John Walsh, Linden Thomas Cunningham; a daughter,
(own, designed like the other at- formed the double rini; ceremony ard Mallary. South Amboy, stepMata'A an, t I;n! Fiidiiy
liio.uf
S
l l
Mrs. Joan Leier, Rullu-rford; three!
from ;i crown (if pearl • .studded and Peler Kimopko. Key port.
tendants, and carried a cascade of at 11 a.m. and celebrated the nup- brother of the bridegroom; Robert
brothers, An^tis Machines. I'aiani- ni^'ii!, (Jet, 4. I'ltCl ai Ins home,
On Motor Trip
rust chysanthemums with con- tial mass which followed.
Brown, Hazlcl, brother of the 1 Pvlor Kappa, Mor/umvilJe, am*. petals and she carried a Mnrhur-.l
Cr unhurv, h<
colonial l>oui|uei tif Mephanolis,
After a reception in the Ameri- US'. Colin Maclnnt-s. NV.\ ;irk and Horn ;ti .: im d.i \t-ais. ' h,»] ;<v-d
trasting ribbons,
The bride was given in marriage ! bntie;
l l c n o r Uiir/.elli, Astoria, in (if the bride, was tin.' i itij.*. bearer.
can Le^iun Hall, Keyport, the cou* John Mnclnnes, Keyjxtrt, and iw«i iit MainHarold Dai Icy jr., Rnndleman, by her father. She wore a silk or- • Quf-cns; Wallace Cook, Queens; j A reception followed in iht* luif white roses and pompons.
Mr
.,;
i
d
grandchiJdr(-n.
M r v Kmey r had ci-!r.
Miss I.)i;i]H' Kii'h y. 1 la/let, was jile lelt on a motor trip, For travelN. C , served as best man. Usher- Banza gown designed with a modi- i Richard Huskins. Michigan; and Hesliutr.ini. Madison Township.
! luated i:;it-i<- filKh w i d t l ;ii;: iinn:\< i'!r
• l'"or tlieir weddmg trip to Paradise the maid of honor. She \*.ore » floor- ing, ihe bride wore a brown suit,
Services
were
held
Monday
;-.N
Ing were Chester R. Bacon, Salem, fied
•• • v-neckltne,
• •.
.
Vnni?
O'Hosky.
Ihuan
Hf
rich.
edged with reern
1 Valley in The Pocnnos, the hii-le length blue sfititi ^own. The fitted matching accessories and a white lernuon at 2 p.m. at Armiiujie in-.' smy )n Julv Me, Hini'iir \\\ts <t lor»
brother of the hride: Daniel Wil- broidered lace and long tapered
Reception At The Oaks
met' nii-imbr •v . » f t h e Wnslnni'iii.T
len;;:h orchid rorsaj;r. When they return, neral Home, Kenrny.
liams, Pennsvllle, and J o s e p h sfeeves. The skirl featured a but- A reception followed in The Oak.*;, wore a light blue wool -,iiit. black botlice had three - nuarter . iVn;;:h
I l;ire Co,
accessories and a while m r l u d cin- sleeves .ind the IxiII - shaped skirt they will reside in North Arlington.
Thompson, Philadelphia.
terfly btislle back and terminated Middle!own. For tbeir plane trip '. sage.
!Mrs. Kdwanl U. Crear
Survi1
featured
a
fh.ijxl
s\vet*]>
train
atWhen
they
return,
they
will
Titu
bride
and
the
bridegroom
Mrs Dor.
The mother of the bride chose » in a chapel - length (rain. Her lo Bermuda, the bride wore a black
Mrs. Violet Crear, 74. of 80 Mam! oibv (Wilson) Kinear; two ihue.;i.
fern green crepe dress, which had French illusion veil was held in 1 suit, royal blue velvet hat, black : reside in iheir new lioinc at in tached to the waistline. A cid'ul.ir arc fjraduatt's ol Keyport rli^h
h;trIt's /imnicr. Malaveil fell over her malcliing crown •School. The hrule is employed bv St., Keansbur^ died Saturday, Oct. Icr.s, Mr
a lace top with a satin cummer- place by a four - inch headpiece ! accessories and a corsage (if white . Hamillon Ave., Mnrgiinvillc
:
H(G3, in Ivy House Nursinj' wan. aiu Mrs. William Hdwards,
bund, beige accessories, and a cor- of seed "pearls and droplets and she j "'chids. They w ill reside in I-limh- i The bride was graduated froui of pe.icl - stnddr(} pH;(l.\ utul >he Iht* Kearny l ir.u National Bank 5,
Home, Middlciown.
Wichita. Kan.; four sons, Daniel
• the Freehold Regional llij.'.!i School carried itstarhursl colonial bouquet and the bridegroom is associated
sage of cyrr.fcidium orchids. The carried » missal adorned with " * ^- ••
of blue and white vomports.
I with the Kearny Smelting Co.
Born in Kiilield, England, she I). Uine.i jr. .inti George Rinear,
aruJ
bridegroom's mother selected a white orchids, roses and carnaThe
** <''np!'»yc'd '» *he ncanmtiny,
" couple art"" graduates of Kev- '
lived in Keansburi; -10 years. Sin- M a l a w a n , Sgt. William li near, U.
pink and green floral print on a tions.
"
(lepnr)mt'nt of the Central JciM-y
port Ilijih School. The bride is cmwas the widow of Kdwaiil R. C'riiir. S. Air I n i c e , slaiionid in Rt-no,
background of white brocade, green
ployed us a private secretary by lUmk, Freehold.
Matron
Ol
Honor
Mrs. Crear was a nn-mber ol t|-.e iN'ev. and Millaid Rinear, I'ailin;
accessories, and a corsage of cym- Mrs. Charles lloip. New York. the National Slarch nnd Chemical
A graduate of .lonalhan Dayton
|
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Richard
11.
Perkfour sisters, M r s . l£|sii> Slocuin
Melhoihst Church in Keanshurt:.
tmfium orchids.
Regional Ili^h .School. Sprin^fii-Jfl,
ar . .,„,,
cousin of the bride, was the matron Corp., New York. The
Miller
j ins, Harri«ni, Ohio, are the !'.
,...
.
."
i
Surviving
are i-.vn sun'., Alan I-.. Ned Hank: M r s . Wiliiam I'hilliin
Leave For California
servedd three
years
of u four- ,! the bridegroom
served four
h
th
of honor. Her street - length emcr- has
.
..
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miller, Riu-1 ents of a dauchter burn Oct. 2, 1!IG.1' frear Keansbure, and (Clifford and M r s . Citorge Hailey. Keypoit,
A reception followed the cere- (till Krecn orj-anza shcalh had « J l c i l r enlistment m the U.S. f.oasl : in Ihe Air H.rce mul i» emplnyd dolph PI., Hazli-I, lire parents of a in S
Mn.spital. Cinrinn;ili. ) Crear
timl Mrs. \ l a i y Hai.'i-y. IJnr'Ut; s
ip;
mony in the social rooms of the matchinB floor . icnglh omskirt Uuard and is Matlontd at Battery by Industrial AtctssoneF, Inc.. daughter born Tuesday. Oct. k, Ohio. Mrs. Perkins is tiw former i dangl'' Karitiin 'Vow
. Ueorge Kln'-ar. Pott Mon.
Miss Alice
C
church after which Die couple iell The filled bodice was slylcd'with | ' ' " • * . N ( ' w V o r k , Malawan.
1!)C3 at Riverview Hospital.
Miss
Roscmarif
Nicora.
daughter
I
Kransburg
and
two
gruiidUiiidreii'.
mouth
and 13 j:randch,ldien.
fcy automobile for San Diego, , , low square
K lneckline
ll:tllll|
and threeuf Mr. and Mis. Andrew Nicora, i j ) K (uneral was held Tuesday at
Private
1 services were
DePedro
Calif., where they plan to live for | < 1 U i , r l c l , , ^ , l n ,| c e v , e ,•5. She wore «
| ] p , m , j n Hrdlle 1-uneial Home. Ill-Id MM!,.);
ning in the JifdltUSN r-T 2 Mario D. DePeilro nnd Lloyd. Ktl., Matuwan Township.
the next several months. For m a l icliin):
^
chin),
m>x
w
i
pillbox
with
a circular
;
l
u
n
i
!
i
i
!
I
l
i
u
n
i
,
V-indi'venliT
I
Kcyimri,
with
the
Kev.
II.
H.
Me,
Malawan, with the
Mrs. Del'edro are parents nl a
traveling, the bride wore a cran- veil and carried a half - moon cas'
.
'
,
,
,
;
•
Connell,
pastor
of
ihe
Keun-burg
IU-v.
Kobei
t
L.
Atldiss.
pastor of the
daughter
born
Thursiliiy,
Oct.
.1,
berry wool two-piece dress with cade arranged with one large
A son was Ix.rn to M_r. and Mrs. Methodisi Church, officiating. Bur- First liaptM Church, Matawan
at Patterson Army Hospital,
black accessories and a corsage of flreen chrysanthemum In the cenRalph
Vandevenier,
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r
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.
'
otliciatinj:.
llutial
was
in Kos,:h:l|
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n
W
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l
s
F
a
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r
v
i
l
w
J'o. t
M h
white roses.
ter, surrounded with cascading
Ave., I . n u m i c e Harbor, nn .Sept. | Mjddlelown
; Ometerv
The bride graduated from Salem matching pompons.
V
Shumock
23. I!M3 in St. Peter's General llo<High School. Class of 1960, nnd (he The bridal attendants were Miss
mt Mrs. Harold Shumock. (utill.
Pennsylvania Hospital School of Linda Wright, Union Beach, sister
r A\e.. Matawan. lire the
Nursing, Philadelphia, Class of I9fi,1. of the bridegroom, Miss Janet
Wagner
p
of H daughter, born in
The bridegroom graduated from Ischen, Lodi, and Miss Mary
A son was born Sept. M, IP.63 lo
Perth Aniboy Hospital.
Keyport Jllfih School, Class of I9.W, Lynn Hughes, New York, cousins
Mr. and Mrs. lulward Wagner, 'JS
iVuvatin
end is a Petty Officer Firs! Class of the bride; Mrs. David Pangborn,
Barkley Kd., Old Bridjje in St. Pet;:;ir( r was born in Perth e r ' s General Hospital.
Jn the U. S Navy, in which he Keyport and Mrs. Robert Watson,
Jlu'pital to Mr. and Mrs.
has served for seven years, lie
Nov.ihn, 3 Oregon Avi*.,
Is attached to the USS Pine Island,
Young
man, Hiirrison, and five grandbiisc-cl at San Diejio.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Young, H
children.
Creighton Circle, Old Bridge.
Tavltir
„.- !; Ihc parents of a daughter oorn >n
Mr. and Mrs. i:in:er Taylor, 2S?
Mrs. James Connelly
llanLnp
lilvil.,
Malawan.
are
the
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Perth Ambuy General Ilospiial on
Funeral services were held Satparents n( a (lacij;.'iter, horn Tttes- Witlni'sday, Oft. 2, I9C3.
urday from the Wadsworth Funerd.iy, I 'el.
l!Ki3, in Riverview
al Home, Belleville, with a mass at
Mrs, Henry Brouuer
Young
ll(j<|llM).
Funeral services were held Fri- D a.m. in St. Mary's Church, NutMr. anil Mrs. Kenneth Young, 74
Aiy at 1 p.m. In the Bedle Funeral ley, for Mrs. Marie Theresa ConJohnson
First St.. Kcyport, are the parents
Home, Keyport, for Mrs. Martina nelly, (i8, wife n[ James S. Connel
A son was born Wednesday, Oct. of a daughter born Saturday. Oct.
(Kneute) Iirouwer, 84, of Florence j ly, 9 Myrtle Ave.. Belleville, who
2, l%'.{, in Rivervimv Hospital to 5, 1!IO3 at Riverview Hospital. The
Ave., Rarilun Township, who died j died of a heart attack Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, 13S j b a , , v t . i f ,| w d s j ! t p i l u m t ; s „„„ M
Tuesday, Oct. I, 1963 at rjor home. [Oct. I, 19fi3 in Clara Maass Memorl-.ssex Ave., West Keansburg,
Io u n c c s . M r J . Young is the former
The Rev. Norman R. Riley, pastor i i:d Hospital, Hellcville, after a long
(iulridge
J Miss Janet Raupp, tlaugliter nl
of St. John's Methodist Church, of- ' illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Josi-ph Gutrid^e, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaupp, S2
ficiated. Burial was in Green Grove | .Mrs. Connelly was' Ixirn in I'ill.sWiishington St., Kcyport. Mr.
Kmpuli
St.,
C.'liffttood,
are
Ihe
pavCemetery.
| Imrgh and camp to Hellcville from |
enis of a son, Ixirn in Perth Am- Young is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Brouwor was born in Drcs- } Irvington in 1!MI. She was a nirmGlenn Young, Suiibury, Pa.
Hospital.
tins, Holland, and had lived '.n \ bf r of Ihe Rosary Society of St.
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Funeral Services
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Karitan Township about 00 years. ! "Mary's Church.
Mc(ii>H'nn
Surviving are her husband, l|enllurlew
A ".on was born in Perth Aniboy
Surviving, in addition to her lutsiy Brouwcr; two daughters, Mrs. j band, are a son, Maj. .lames (). j
Hospital lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilitam
Mr. and Mrs. James Burlew,
David W. Baker sr., Keyport, and I Connelly, stationed at Fort Dix:
McGowan, 4 Eisenhower O., Mat. South ("oncourse, Chffwood. are the |
Mrs. John Burlew, Malawan; two i a daughter, Mrs. John R. Watson.
av\ an.
parents
Satur-,
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ions, Isaac Knettle, Raritan Town- : lla/Jel, and six grandchildren.
day, Oct. S, IWi.l in Rivert lew
Mauser
»hip, and Peter Kneute, Belford;
A son uns burn Wednesday, Oct. liospilitl.
• brother, Jacob Van Grol in Hoi- I
Andrew J. Borst
2, IW;.I to Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Jind; a sister, Mrs. Susan LnGras- | Funeral services were held at 8
Kilr
Mauser, 21)1 Hroad St.. Malawan at
If in Holland; 10 grandchildren : n.m. from Ihe John J. Ryan Home
A son was born Saturday. Oct. ,
Monmuiith Medical Center.
i n d 13 great-grandchildren.
I fur Funerals to St. Ann's Churih,
5, 1WI3 lo Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1
MRS. KDWAKI1 SIM riV.
Keansburj;, where a requiem high i
ilunler
Kclr, Frnnl St., Keyport, in River-1
Herbert B, Thompson
] mass was oflered at 0 a.m. lor
M r . a n d M r s . R i c h a r d H u n t e r , view llospitnl.
J
Miss
Cnlhcrinc
G.
Gulden,
daugh- ials of yellow and while rose?,
Funcrnl services for Herbert B. ! Andrew J. Borst. 72, who died
1 Woodland Dr., Clilfwood lieach,
Linda Shcft/, Newark, sister of
Thompson, 55, of Shorcland Circle, Thursday, Oct. 3, l!Ki3 nl his home, ter cf Mr. and Mrs, f-"riincis Golden,
a r e i h e p a r e n t s of a d a u g h t e r b o m
Laurence Harbor, who died Tucs 2it Main St., Keanshurit after H long : l ; r o n t S t . , U n i o n I l c a c h , b p c n n i ' . 1 the hriile^rnom, u.is the juniur in M o n m o u l h M e d i c a l C e n t e r o n
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yankowday, Oct. 1, JfWI In Jersey City. , illness. Muriai was in National
t h e b r i d e of M a c h i n i M M a t e 3 ( ' prinress p r a n ol orchid l a i e and W e d n e s d a y , ( I d . 2. I M .
ski, Ifarrlsuti Ave., Union Hcach,
were held at 2 p.m. Friday after- i Cemetery. Beverly.
are
the parents of :t daughter born
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mile over taffcin \\ ill) puff sleeves.
Mickey
noon »t the Armilnge Funeral j Horn In New York City. Mr.
A s o n w a s b o r n in M r . a n d M r s . in Rivervit'U' Ho.spltnl on Sslniday,
Home, Kearny. Burial was in Ar- ! Borst had lived in Kt'imsburg -'M N i d i / , 11,1 I l i n i i n p A v e , N e w a r k Her orihid h'.'atlp'cce was sivlcd
MRS. WAVNK NICHOLAS PKRHV
Oct.
5, 11163,
like the ('h e r a t t e n d a n t s ' a n d s h e j J a m e s M i c k e y . 20 C a l l D r . . l l a / . l e t
linjilon Cemetery, Kenrny.
years. Ite upn5 a velcrnn of Wt>rld a n d t h e l a t e M r . S h i - I t / .
pearl ir(Mi) wjih r
i h u u t | u e t of y i ' l - ! on W e d n e s d a y , Ou't. 2 , 19fi.l in HivMiss
Dnrlf
Ann
Ackerman, i Slic
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T h e R r v . l-:idridj;e C a i n i i l i e l l . p . ^ - c.inii'd
Surviving are a son, Herbert B. War I.
Dalloil
low and • h i t
•uliir veil am! i.arrir
ervi-w Hospital,
Thompson jr., a daughter, Mrs. IsSurviving is his wife, Mrs. Annl u r , | > r r ! i i n n e d tl;e t i o u b l c rinj'. c(-i'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dnltiiii. j ilaiiflhter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ch,i:les ina^lclnnf
flower (iirl
fall basket of >:uld i h r v a n ' . i n
: f-nuiMV »[ !:.)(! p . m . in r h e ( i / ; i r c
abella Walton, nnd his mother, (Washor) Hoist.
J.
Ackerman,
M7
Middle
Kd
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Ha/Ilium
Twilight Ave., Keansburg, a m tin;
Ciitht'iiiit' ( nle. Union
Heaeh,
! Methodist Church.
Unmn
lieach,
m e n u and auuiinn leaves.
Mrs. Isabella Thompson, all of
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Blum, parents of u daughter
born Stuv lcl, and Wayne Nirlmlas P e i r y . sun
niece of the hrnlejjronin, w a s the
! .Sund.iy, D e l . S, IWii.
MKs I'erry llridt'iniald
g
l.miii Allocco
Lnurcncc Harbor; two brothers,
13.1
Heachway,
Keansburc,
are
(he
p
day, Oct. fi, Iflfi.'
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Riverview i>f Mr. and Mrs. llruce Perry. 57
The Iniili'imaid. M^« Catol P f
Thomas Thompson, Laurence Harl^uni'ial services wpre held Sat- ! I ' h e ' b r i d e w i n e n - o i t e d b y W i l - flower j.',irl. She wore a \ cllnw prin- pnrenls o( a daughter Vxirn W't'dneri- Hospital.
Hudson
Ave.,
West
Kr-ansiiur;j.
ITS<
j'.own
willi
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li'iieih
skirl
iv. West Kf.uiOiurj!. sisiiT ol ih
bor, and John Thompson, Summit; urday at S:.'«l ii.m. from the D.iy l i a m l l e i l l e l e . C o l l s N e c k . S h e w o , ••
dav, Uil. 2, I'tfi'.i in Rivcrvii.'tv f/os\vere married Katurdav ir.nrnni(;, bViil p o o u i , and Ihe juiotir bride 1
two sisters, Mrs. Isabelln Murray, I'uiieral Hnme, Keyport, and nl a l a c e a m i t u l l e J'II'AII u v r r l.ilfi'l.i anil puff sleeves. Her vellow heatl- |iiliil.
Kckerl
Otl. 5, 10C3 in Holy 1-amily Churih, maul,' Miss Susan IVriy,
W".
Kearny, attrl Mrs. Jcnnctlc Cos- j &;'.HIa.m. n requicn: mass was nl• , i c c c n t c i l li'.' b o w s dii.v n ! l i e ftcinl p i e r e li.ul il lii iel \ I'll :ml! she c i r A son was born to Mr. and Mi*. ! Union lieach. 7 hi' Rev. John Mee
Furninlo
Ke;tn<.l)tir(!, aim « "Olel of ih
i fi-reil In St. Benedict's Church. The ( H i e d lM«lii'e h a d a s r n l l o p e d lied a basket of roselies.
Herbert Erkert. Willowhrnok Dr.
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Thursday,
Oct.
I linn officiated al the double run: liiiili'i'tonm, wine ensemble", urn
I Hii/lel, lor Louis Allocco, til, of
lla/.let, nn Sumlny, Oct. G, 1W3 In ])'"..,
inoriy and celelMiiied HIP m/p l.'ir lo Ihe liiiinir »w»l>, in ye!.
1114 Second Aviv. Asbury Park, ^ s l r e \ c s a n d ! h e I'ull s k i f t c a s c a d n l er - in • law of the brlde(;ionin, w a s .1, 196.1 in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fur- Riverview llospilnl.
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and r a i n e d lall baskets of ru 1 '
who collapsed while at work nn i n t o a c h a p e l I r a n i . H e r l u i | : e r l i p - Ihe best m a n . Uslierini: were Joiin inaln, I'liincis PI., llazlet, In RlvcrSe/eH'c/,
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The bride w»j divert in mar- toloieil iiii>'.aiiiheiiHiiiis and nu
(he Hayonne ilock.i Tuesday, Od.
Frelnl
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riage by her father.
Slu1 wus ni- tumn l e a s e ' .
I, l!)6.1 nml died shortly nfleiwnitl 1 c m \ i n nf pi i i r l i / ' ' d in iinj'e b i n - Antlinnv Shell/, a n d Mu'hael Shell/,
Sickles
A son was bnrn in Mr. «nd Mrs.
I'nii.ii lii'aeh. nil lii-olbi'j's of Die
I luinliis I'eii v , W f s l
l\'"ao'.|uirj
at liityonne llospilnl of a heart s m i t s .'UKI s e e d pr.irls . m i l s h e n>i- hillle;M'Oom
A »oii w a s born (n Mr. and Mrs. Clyclo Frelnl, Church St., Matn- llied In a weddlnx (town of Im
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lilk. trim- •ierved as IK-SI man for Im hiolbf
ullnck." Inlenuciil was In St. JoChinlcs Sickle*, Mil Shore Rd., wan, In Riverview llnspital on
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Joseph
Cole
Jr..
Union
Hench.
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litand
Anthony
Allocca,
Ni'pluni',
(ou
fii'ph's Cemetery, Keypnit.
Oct. 3, Monday, Oct. 7, lf«J.
nephew nl the b r i d e p m i n i , w i n Hi" Union flench, on Thursday,
SlMcr m Mainm Of Mciiuir
It'll bastiue Imilire w a j ilrsifined sin ol Hie lii'ide/mina. win an ««h
(torn in Andover, he wits the son
ISlti.'l in Monmoulh Medical Center.
W. S. WALLACE
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porlrait
neckline
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Jonn
Mrs
J o s e p h ( o l c , I ' n i n n H''iii ' i , iiiiimr uslier and David Cole, Union
er and John Mi Nolly, Malntfar
I'edm/n
of the liilo Dornenlro mid Manuel
nephew
of the
jiolnlcil sfeevM. 'Ihe bell • shaped a e n i i s t i i of I h " h t i ' f e , f>va^ a ytr.tti
Niiiinan
u n * Ilic m a l l nn of IIMIIDI* for h e r Iteai li, ani'ihcr
t'LOTHINO
Muuro Alhicco.
A iliui|:hter was horn In Mr. nml Mr. and Mrs, F.rnesl Pctlrazn, 32
siMcr.
H e r llini|.|eii)'.lh j ' n u i i n l li: idi'j'ionm. served us linj.' Itearer.
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i(c.c|i(iiin I (••lei
>hs. Kichnrd Noonon, UN Pine St., I-nst Front SI., Keyport, lire the I
Mia and Boyt' Furnlshlnn
A f t e r « f e r r p / i i ' l l .11 I h t Moll'
Alloccn, nnd seven brothers, Jerry s j ' . n e d w i i l i a l a c e I x i d i i ' e , s n u i j i
A l e i e p l m n lollowcd in tile P a l m . L'nion Hench, al Perth Anib'iy Gen- parents of « d m i R i,i'.r U ) r n Satur-! '
upl.
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i l e h e r I n n , K n l H a n k , llie
day, O i l . 1, IfllJJ in Monmomh '
Alluccii, Kcyporl: fiilisllno Alloc- l i e r l i l i i i r a m i c a p ^ I f c v e s . (trj:,ui/.i el I mill:''', Kl .msliinj;. I ";• llu.ir 'i.ij Hospital.
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co, of llalv, who K vistlng in this r u l l l e s li iitinii <l (hi 1 liai'k o l tin lull inn,or n ip. Ihe hrule w o i e a blue
r.iiciie of crushed orrnn/a and liu" . I n t u i t . i J n R . P a W h e n | | | | - V l l ' t l l l l
W, rr«M M.
Kryporl
Knitelhilrdl
country, nnd five other brothers hi of'iliUiAi <knl A e u n i h n ' veij h}) II I m i l l liiarls aiTesMiries and a
'in'! s 'ie carried a p n y e r bonk on Mr',' |>l,ili In i i " ule i
nllv II.
Wnlier*
Mr. and Mrs. Donnld V. Enf,i"lItaly.
hiHi was placed u huge
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llils.ll
I while inses.
o \ c t h e r O u e e n ' s ( r o w n nf m a l r ' i
IV.i,In- I'aik
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n was
as born
brn m
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CllVller
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slnililnl
mill
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of n diiujjhlcr born in Si. l i d w i i r dd W
Sc'n'il, t i i -.i'\ l i l y , and is emplnv.
slniit .-. S h e I , I I I :cd ,'i t ' o l n n i n i h n u
( l.iss
j J elcr's (ji'iierul llospilnl nn Scp'. let, In R i v e r v i e w l l n s p i i a l o n S n | . ' w i n l c l e a i h e i i ' d c i i r n i i l i o n s a n d a n , n l hv Mallei X.- i n , Kevporl. T h e
t|iiet
uf p i n t , HIM! n l u l e I O M S .
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t'l i h e nffi
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J u d i t h Aekeinian, Iln/lcl, o f l . i f v l u l i p c i i p ( " I . H « l r m l »
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b<v,v w i i l d i n j ' u r i c Mi^>. C , n o ] Slei- limn
sslsler of the
the bride,
bride, was
w a s Ihe
Ihe mnid
I lie liriili'iinii.iii, a I'l.idiiiilf i
A son W(m born in Mr. nnd Mrs, A ton wits iKirn i» Mr! and Mrj. of h
l l l e , I liunil h e m h, vtlin v . m e fu|il,l, ; S r ! il, n ii florisl. He id setvliic
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honor, l/er g m m Has lii\li
lii\li niciu Kltt|:« C o l l e g e , W i l k e s . I j j i r r , P
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S/vniait.skl,
Koulc
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Milliinii M i s
Sliplun
Shell/.
a l i i i i i y f i i r ( u l i s l i n i i i i t in lite U S ,
Willlnm rji'Mtilslcn, 123 l.tiurolhumt j llalfela,
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in I'ltkln lloAplliiJ, on Suliir. U r , Cll/fwuoil Bench, o n S u n d a y , j n r o u n d ' w r k l l n e , Illicit • i/imnw U S
l!c,icli, i.|i I n uf Ihe
muff,
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FORMAL
WEAR
TO HIRE
Studios
CANM0 W10WNGS A SMCIAITY
Thundoy, Octotm 10, 1963
THE M A T A W A N JOURNAL, N . J.
Wed In, Laurence Harbor
Raymond Leavy,
Matawan Resident
Engagements
their dauphltr, Eileen, to Dennis
KrT;r. son of Mr. »nd Mr, Ed-
,
, En*H»h-VHc«nip
Mrs. Helen Bracken .
^ l ^ Z ^ ^ ' X ^ Weds George Wirth
Slat-Carman
ward M-iH'tu'r, 1027 Beach Dr., t m e n , 0 | her liaujihier. Miss ElizaMr. and Mrs. John H. Carman. Cliffwood Uiach.
• beth Vrlcamp. lo John F.nRlish. son
333 Front St., Union ner-:i, anMiss Ku-rslead is atiendinj; Mai- | <lf Mf- a n d M r * - J a " i « English sr.,
nounce the engagement of their awan Rit:iuiu.l Hi(;h School. Mr. j 2! ^fj^'"yc*!caillp ^'"'Va'duaie of
daughter, Sara Ann. to Fnmk IZ. '
: Keyport lli^h School, Class of IM'.1,
is ( i i i p l o \ i d b \ ihi L h j r m Candy
Stas, son of Mr. and .Mrs. lidward ;
Raymond A. Leavy, 72, of Texas
Bd., Matawan, died Thursday, Oct.
3, 1963 at Monmouth Medienl Center. Mr. Leavy was born in South
Amboy and had been a resident of
Matawan for the past 30 years.
Prior to • his retirement seven
years ago, Mr. Leavy was an Inipector for the N.J. State Milk
Control Board,
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marie Leavy; five sons, Raymond A.
Leavy jr., Edison; James P. Leavy, San Dieuo, Calif.; Thomas F.
1-tavy, Malawan; Edward J. Leivy, Toole, Utah and Paul V. Leavy,
Marlboro; six daughters, Mrs.
Michael Craycard, Redwood City,
Calif.; Mrs. Orover K. Smith, Rochester, III.; Mrs, Joanne L. Hitler,
Colls Neck; Mrs. Herbert Crawford. Smilhbiirn: Mrs. Albert DlPane, Hagerstown, and Mrs. Jo«tph Kbuten, Long Branch, and 12
grandchildren.'
Funeral services were held Monday at 8:30 a.m. from the Day Funeral Home. Keyporl, and at 9 a.m.
« high requiem mass was offered in
St. Joseph's Church, Keyport. Interment was In the church cemetery.
II. SIUK, 4 Ned Dr., Msta.w.111.
Miss Carman was graduated
from k'e\port High School and attended Trenton Stale College. She
is employed as a service reprcscn-;
iaiiv(. by ihe N. J. Hell Telephone:
Co.
Mr. Slas was graduated from
Wuodbridge High School and Linuiln Technical Institute. He is employed by 10ft! Corp. as counter : .
manager.
A spring W'edding is planned.
> i Lompdin A b i r > I'.irK
Mr 1 ivli ii, a u i a d u i l e nf K j
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j Sept. :•«. I W : I .
Anmnrncement has been made of
the marriage of Mrs. Helen Bracken, 211 Park Ave., Union Beach,
to George Wirth, 417 Ii.iyvie>v Ave..
Union Beach, in Holy Family
Church. Union Beach, nn Sept. 2S,
19S3 at 1 p.m. The Rev. John
Wthan oflicinted at the ceremony.
The bride was escorted by her
son,
Richard Bracken, Union
lkach.
After the ceremony, a dinner for
the immediate families was held
at Ihe Molly Pitcher Inn, Red
Door Busters
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
John F.gnatovirh 3rd, son of Mr. |
and Mrs. Louis J. b'^naiovich jr , j
4JH Palinor Ave., West Keansburj;.
Miss Willkomni all ended Wed j
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Mj^li Si h(Kil and is affiliated with j
his father in the cninnn rci;il fishing business.
They plan a 1M4 ut-ddln^.
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Mr. and Mrs. h'rank. Kier«tr;id,
fi88 South t n n c u u r s e ,
Cliffwood
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1 Miss Murray is employed by the 1
! Lily Tulip Cup Corp.,' llolindel, I:
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j lihn.l Company in Perth Amboy. I ^np]o V *d hy J, J. NVubmy Co.,
; Charles Hevshi K Co.. Newark.
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PACER and 11I-LO
.SI menu e-M u r ra y
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Murray, 726
Park A Y C , Union Iieach, announc- '
<(i the engagement "I their d.iugh-;
I ter. Arlene R., 10 Angrlo S. Sim-1
' rime jr., 217 Ituntciilon St., New-!
' ari:. at :i party aitended by 100
gursts at the Harris Gardens Fire i
Co. lin-liMiive, Union Ik-ach on
William M. Metsger
William M, Metier,. 79, of The
Bronx, N.Y., a former summer visitor of Keyport, died at his home
Coverl-Sfber
on Sept. 24, 1963.
The engagement nf Miss Sarah
Mr. Melsuer was a member of
Ann Seber, daughter of Robert V. j
MRS. KOHICKI l \ QUADK JR
the Fordhanv Methodist Church,
Seber sr., Teniirnl Rd., Morgan- I
where he was a former organist
and also served as an elder of the M i s a Grruldinc Sdilklitinj:, Janice Quade, Laurence Hnrbor,
church.
lie was a member of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wahtr sisier of the bridegroom, lotk'n
Fraaklin Lodge, F6AM. Mr. Mets- Schlichting, 94 Laurence Parkway, green chiffon. Miss Debra Scbliciitf<T was the son of the late Capt. Laurence Harbor, became the bride ing, Hayonne, the junior brides•ixd Mrs. Abram Metsger, who re-of Robert F. Quade jr., Saturday maid, wore peppermint green chiftided on Florence Ave., Keyport. afternoon, Oct. 5. I!H>3, at 3 p.m. in fon. Miss Linda Schlichting. HaySurviving are his wife, Mrs. Ma- St. Lawrence's Church, Laurenci' onne, the flower girl, wore kelly
fcel <Herbst) Metsger; a son, Ro-Harbor. The bridegroom is the son green chiffon. Both are nieces of
l e n W. Melsi>er, Lake Mohawk. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Quade the bride. The aliendnnts carried
sr., 215 Hillcrest Ave., Laurence cascade bouquets of fall - colored
and three grandchildren.
Harbor. The Rev. Waller Slatterv, Fuji mums, and the flower gill
Interment w a s in Roscdalc, pastor, officiated at the double ring carried a basket of mums and pomBloomficld Cemetery.
pons in the fall colors.
ceremony.
Walter Schlichting,
Rayonne.
The bride was given in marriage
Percy .1, Churchman
of the bride, was the best
Percy J. Churchman, 386 Stan- by her father. She wore a Ion;;- brother
man.
Ushering
were
Robert
Magesleeved
gown
of
pcau
de
soie
fe.iford St., Perth Amboy, died ThursLeo Carver, an;! Geoige (jar«iay, Oct. 3, 19B3. Born in England, luring a basque waisl, scoop nuck- man,
risen.
Charles
Savnia,
cousin
rf
Mr. Churchman had resided in line and front panel of Alencnn the bridegroom, was the ring bearlace. Her fingertip - length veil of
Penh Amboy 4G years.
French illusion was attached tn a er. All reside in Laurence Harbor.
He was a member and trustee of liered crystal headpiece and she
A reception was held in the VetFirst Presbyterian Church, Perth carried T cascade Ixmcniet of car- erans of Foreign Wars Hall.
Amboy,
nations and stephanotis.
Cliffwood. For tlieir wedding trip
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. An- Miss Diane S/umski, Laim-nec to Miami Iieach, the bride ware .1
toinette (Mikolajczak) Churchman; Harbor, was the maid of honor. two - piece aqua larninali'il Mill
two sons, Leslie, Laurence Harbor, She wore a keily fircen floor-li.ng'h with black fur-trimmed collar and
and Frank, North Arlington; a satin gown designed wilh a sconn black ucet'vsurii:*. She wore a
daughter, Mrs. Mary Paulson, Lau- neckline, princess waist and cape white orchid.
villc, nnd the late Mrs. Seller, to j
rence Harbor; two stepsons. Rich- back. She wore a matching hradThe bride and the bridegrr-om V.'illard luhvard ("o\crt, son of Mr. 1
ard and Francis Tiewski; five piece nf green satin leaves wilh a were graduated from Snyrevilk" and Mrs. Willurri divert, 77 Steiner |
brothers, four sisters, all in F-iig- circular veil and carried a cascade High •School. Mrs. Quade is cm- Ave, NVptune Lily, has been AM-I
laml, and seven grandchildren.
bouquet cf fall colored Fuji mums. ployed by the Insurance Company nounccd.
'
Bridesmaids' (imvns
of North America, Newark. lK?r
Funeral services were held at II
Miss Seber was graduated from •
The bridesmaids, who wore simi- husband is employed by S. Haydn Matawan Hi^h School and is cm-1
a.m. Monday at the Koyen Fuwral Chapel, Perth Amboy, with lar gowns and headpieces, were & Suns, Newark.
ployed by Lavoie Lal)oratorics',
Wlien they return from their wed- Mm Danville.
Miss lilaine DeFort, South Amboy,
orange chiffon; Miss lleienc Beers, ding trip, they will reside at 131
Mr, (.'overt is employed hy CoKearny, lopaz chiffon, and Miss Monistown Rd., Chces-equake.
veil's Hell iteration and Air Conditioning, Neptune (Jty.
the Rev. Arthur E. Matott officiat- .his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph '•
K|{natovich-Ui]lkoinni
\
Molnar
jr.,
Perth
Amboy;
a
sis-1
ing. Raritan
Lodge
No. 61
Mr, nnd Mrs. K. Willkomm, M
F. & A.M., Perth Amboy, conduct- ler, Mrs. Kli/abfMh Iln!oj;h, Perth ' Ha/el PL, Ha/let, announce the tn*
ed Masonic services Saturday ev- Amlxiy. nnd five brothers, the Rev. Ka^ement of their daughter, Mi»5
Kichard Mnlnar, Homes tend. Pa.; ,
ening.
Joseph Molnar jr., ]3rountown; Phyllis Anne Willkonun, to Louis i
Julius Molmir, Matawan; Arpail
Frank Molnar Sr.
Frank Molnar sr., 42, of 265 Molnar, .lolinslonhurji, and Stephen
Frank & Mary Strano Barricelli
[
Molnar,
CheescquHkc.
Grace Si., Perth Am boy. died
Thursday, Oct. 3, 1!W3 at the \'ei-j A high mass of requiem was o(311 Carr Av«., Keantburg
fered
Sundiiy
in St. Michael's Hun| erans Administration
Hospital,
^arian Church, with his brother,
I East Orange. Born in Penh Ani- the
Rev. Molnur, pastor of St. Mar.
Flowers for Wtdriingt,
| boy. he was a resident of ihe area j caret's
Church in Homestead, offunerals or any occai all his life.
; fieialinfc. Funeral services were* in
sion - Aho cut floweri
I Mr. Molnar was a veteran of 1 charge, of the Mitruska Ftini-ri!
World War II.
! Home, Penh Amhoy and inierIM EMBER OF TELRFI.ORA
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. : ment wfis Monday in Sf. Mitha'.-I's
Dorothy Molnar; two daughters. ; Cemetery.
Mrs. Beverly Ware, Railway, and
Mrs. Michael Kntransky, Pcr;h
This wetk,
why [Ion t you
Amboy; JI son. Frank Molnar jr., look through the wimlnws of
Perth Amboy; four grandchildren; your church . ..from the inside.
THURSDAY
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Pag* Six — Second Section
! Church Services Announced For Bavshore Area
Friday at 2:30 p.m. the cherub
choir will rehearse.
A memh£rsh;p class will be held
Saturday at 10 a.m.
On Sunday there will he church
school at 9:45 a.m.; morning worship at 9:45 and It a.m. and at 7
p.m. the B.Y.F. groups will meet.
Monday at 7:30 p.m. the Deaconesses will meet and at it p.m. the
.Sunday School teachers and officers will meet.
The Monmouth Association midyear rally will be held Tuesday at
Calvary Baptist Church. Uelmar.
The Women's meeting will begin at
Dafte* Hefcrew CmkjrtgailM
2:3*1 p.m.; dinner, 8:39 p.m. follow.
Braac St., Keyparl
ed by Ihe evening meeting.
Rabbi David Silver
Mali I t * M s t w a a
Jchavah'i Wllawues
The Trustees will meet WednesShmlni AUeres 8th Day Succose.
Rev. Carroll B. Hall,
Keyporl
Csnircgatiaa
day and prayer meeting will he
Thursday morning a service will
i
Rector
Klagfem
Hall,
51
Dlvl.ioa
Si.
held
at 8 p.m.
Thli Sunday, the Hlh Sunday af- be held at 8 a.m., Yizkor memorial
Thursday. Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. Circls
The ministry school will begin at
ter trinity, matins and Holy Com- service.
Simchas Torah. Services will be 7:25 p.m. Thursday and will be 2 will meet.
munion will be held at 7:15 a.m.;
family eucharist and church school, held Thursday evening at 7; 3ft followed at 11:30 by the service
Calvaiy Methodist Churcb
p.m.;
Friday morning, 8 a.m.; Fri- meeting with the theme "Take
•: IS a.m.; morning prayer and serThird St., Keypart
mon, II a.m. and evening prayer, day evening, 8:30 p.m. and Sab- Courage to Preach God's KingRev. Harry R. Pine,
bath morning, Saturday, It a.m, dom," based on Pa. 31:21.
1:30 p.m.
Pastor
A Bible lecture <if timely imporHoly Communion will be cele- (or juniors.
Youth choir will rehearse ThursThe Board of Trustees meeting tance will be delivered at 3 p.m.
brated Wednesday at 9 a.m. and
day
at
7
p.m.
anil adult choir, 3
Sunday.
The
Watchlower
Bible
on Friday, the Feast of St. Luke, will be Monday at 8:30 p.m.
There will be an Adult Hebrew study will commence at 4:15 p.m. p.m,
• t 6:30 a.m.
Sunday at 8:30 n.m. there will
; Saturday there will be a chil- Education meeting Sunday at 7:31) with the study titled "Drawing
dren's confirmation class at 9:15 p.m. lo decide convenient time and Courage From the Word of God." be a service of worship and ser.
At
8
p.m.
Tuesday
"Let
Your
mon,
"We Need To Live Our
aim. and the youth choir rehear.sjl, program for those participating in
the course,.All residing in the arei Name lie Sanctified" will be stud- Faith"; church school. SI:30 a.m;
'10:30 a.m.
ied at llic Bible study centers at service of worship and .sermon,
Sunday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. will be welcome.
Kingdom Kail, Keyport; 3 Atlantic "How Stupid Can A Man He,"
there will be the first of a series
MMmmilh Reform Tempi*
Ave. and 331 Wilson Ave.. Mata- 10:15 a.m.; youth fellowship, 7 p.m.
Of three parish suppers anil at 7:30
i
n
Sycamar*
Ave.,
Shrewsbury
wan; 2 Calt Dr. and 4fi Clement',; and a service of worship for the
p.m. the Junior Episcopal ChurchRabbi Richard F. Sielnbrink
Lane, Garden Trailer Park, Haz- Kastern Star Chapter of the eighth
men will meet.
Sabbath
Eve
services
will
be
let; the home of l.eroy polk, Rose clislricl with the Rev. Mr. Pine
On Tuesday the A.A.i will meet
held Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. St., Cliffwood; 82 Raritan Ave., preaching al 7:30 p.m. This ser
•t 9 p.m.
During
the
service
in
honor
of
Kcansburg; 8 Monmouth Ave., Port vice is open to the public.
Trinity Men's Club will mest
the Festival of Simchas Torah new Monmoulh, and the home ot ArthWednesday at S p.m.
Girl Scout troop will meet Monmembers who have joined the con ur Palmer, North Centerville.
day at 6:30 p.m. and there will bu
Boy Scout Troop 232 will meet grcgation during the past year will
a
monthly meeting ol Ihe Women's
Thursday at 7 p.m.; senior choir be consecrated inlo the congrega
Temple Shalom
Society at S p.m.
rehearses, 8 p.m. and adult confir- tion by Rabbi Richard I'". SteinThe - Reform Congregation
mation class, 8:30 p.m.
Tin* Women'* Society will hold a
Slrathmore-At-Malawan
brink. The Sabbath candles will he
rummage sale on Tuesday und
Rabbi Mordecai Sciireibcr
kindled by Mrs. Robert Woolf. The
First Metheaitt Clmreb
Wednesday.
Sabbath
evening
services
will
bu
pulpit flowers will be dnnatcd by
I
147 Mala St.. Malawaa
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gorlin. The held Friday at 8 p.m. at the StrathOn Wednesday al H p in. there
Frank E. Sweeten, Minister
title of Rabbi .Steinbrink's sermon more Elementary School, Matawan. will be a seminar in the Old Undue
Saturday, J a.m. to S p.m. rum- will be "A Prejudiced View ol Re- This will be a family service includ- Methodist Church for women's somage sale sponsored by the Metho- form Judaism."
ing the children which will be fol- cieties of the New Brunswick dii
dist Men at the Carriage House on
The religious school will meet on lowed by a Siinchas Turah party. Ilia.
Broad St.
Saturday from 9 until 11:1J a.m. The; public is Invited to attend.
First Unitarian Churcb
Sunday, 8:45 and 11, worship ser- During the Sahballi Assembly new
l or information about religious
Of Monmoulh County
vice. Music by the senior, crusader students in the religious school will school and adult education conRed Hank Y.M.I.A.
and chapel choirs. A supervised be consecrated by Kabbi Sleinbrink tact Mrs. Allen Pearl, 39 Idlebrook
Rev. Harold K. Dean, Pastor
nursery is available at the second and each new student will be given I-ane, Sfifi-QOI.
Remington llobbie will speak at
service and a junior church is con- a miniature Torah.
First Presbyterian Church
the 10:.1(1 a.m. service on the topic,
ducted for other children under the
On Sunday representatives of the
"Heresy In Will Century America,"
auje 10 years.
At 9:45 Sunday congregation will attend an execuRoute 14 and Franklin St.,
a look at the life and spei-ch'-s 'if
School with classes for all ages. tive committee meeting of the N.J.
Matawan
Robert Inger.scill. Coffee and fellowThis Sunday will us Pal Dongil Council of the Union of American
Rev. Chester A. Galloway,
ship hour will follow the service.
Day. At 5:30 p.m. family night fel- Hebrew Congregations, at Congrc
Pastor
The church school will have a spelowship supper will be held. The gation Anshemfetch in New Uruns
"Three Things I Wished Jesus cial music program for the kinder
program will be by the committee wick,
Had Not Said" will be the paslor's
gr.ide.
on pastoral relations as a "welcome
On Monday Hebrew Classes will sermon topic at the 10 a.m. wor- garten through the third
A business meet in;1, of lhi» conback'" to the parsonage family. meet at 4 p.m., confirmation class ship service Sunday. The sacragregation will be held at tin! Old
A district preachers' meeting 6 p.m.
ment of baptism will be adminisWill be held Monday at 10;30 a.m ;
On Tuesday the Board of Trustees tered1 to the following children: Mill, Tinlon Falls, at t p.m. to consider a report of the trustees on
Laytonian Club meeting at the will meet at 8:30 p.m.
.lames Malcolm MacDonald, son of
home of Mrs, George Hamilton,
On Wednesday members of the Mr. and Mrs. Frederick MacDon- building plans.
Jackson St., 8 p.m.
The discussion gro'ip. "Introduccongregation will attend a premier uld, Sayreville; Karl Thomas Hess,
Tuesday, 6:45 and 9 p.m. church performance nf a new sacred ser .son of Me. and Mrs. Hubert Hess. tion To Uiiitariamsni" will me,-t
bowling'leagues, and S a.m. study vice at Lincoln Center in New York Moryanvillc; Scott Frederick Bless- Monday at S.M p.m. at 111.; honn
on "Our Mission Today."
City.
ing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of Mr. and Mrs. August Stuart. HI
Wednesday, 2:45 p.m. junior choir
On Thursday the Men's Club wil Messing, Ha/.let; TCKICI Uaird Kem- Wilshire Di'., New Shrewsbury'.
rehearsal, 7 p.m. prayer and med meet at 8:30 p.m. in the school merlinjj, son of Mr. and Mrs. John I Persons interested in lindmg out
itation in the sanctuary and 8 p.m building.
Koinmerling, .Slralhmore; F.li/a- j about Unitarianism are »e,Vnm«.
commission on. membership and
lietli Alice Quinn, daughter of Mr. j A religious education committee
The Holnide! Church
evangelism.
and Mrs. William Quinn jr.. Mata- | meeting will IK- held Tuesdav at
Rev, Andrew A. Burkhardt,
Thursday. 6:30 p.m. chapel choir
wan nnd Robert Kmery Horn, son S:30 p.m. at the home of \lr and
Minister
rehearsal; 7:15 p.m. crusader choir
nf Mr. and Mrs. Emery Horn, Mrs. Walter Marvin, 243 Kingfis-iSunday School will be held a llaziel.
rehearsal and 8:30 p.m. senior
er Dr., Middletown.
9:45 a.m. At the 11 a.m, worship
Choir rehearsal.
The church auction, open to th*The
Men's
Club
will
meet
for
service,
the
sermon
will
be
"Wha
The first chowder sale of the sea.
i public, will be held Saturday. Oct.
son by the W.S.C.S. will be held do Ynu Know?" The consistory oi breakfast in Fellowship Hall at 8 1 Ml at the Gould farm, MiddJetownthe Reformed Church will meet im a.m. Sunday School meets at 10 1 I.incroft Rd. at 10::tU a.m.
Friday.
n.m.
Nursery care is provided
every Sunday morning for children
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
under three years of a«e. Adult
East Front St., Keyport
Bib-In Class mppt.s at 11:15 a m .
Rev. Henry A. Male, Rector
Tlio Senior Hi^li youth meet for
St.
Anne's group will meet
Highway 14 (Mar Main St.) Matawait, N. J.
Uible Study and fellowship at 7 Thursday at 2 p.m. and in the evenRev. Chester A. Galloway, Minister
p.m.
ing Boy Scouts. Troop Tt4 will imv.
CHURCH SERVICE - H:M A.M.
1 lie Westminster Circle meets on at 7 p.m. and St. Marys group a!
Monday at R p.m. at the liomn nf 8 p.m.
Sermon
Mrs. Robert Ashworlh, 283 Main
Holy Communion will he celebrat"Three Thing! I Wished Jems Mid Not Said"
St.. Matawan. The Hoard of Tries- ed I'ridjy at ti:3it a.m.
tees moot at 8 p.m.
On Saturday Junior Altar Guild
School of Christian Education — Each Sunday
On Tuesday the Christian Fduca- and the children's confirmation
1.0:00 A.M. — Three years through 8th grade
tlon Committee will meet at 7:110 class nil! ini'i-t at !t a.m.
At 11:15 A.M. — For adults • study of Book of Jonah
Sunday then- will bij morning
p.m.; Hoy Scout Troop 73 ;it 7:.'lu
7:00 P.M. — All high school youth
prayer at 7:4fi a in.; Hoiy Comp.m.
EVERYONE WELCOME
Brownie Troop will meet on munion, S a.m.; family service and
church school, \):'M) a.m.; Hoiy
Thursday at 2:30 p.m.
Intermediate Girl Scout Troop Communion and address. 11 a.m.
meets on Friday at 2:?,0 p.m. The and senior F..Y.C. al 7:30 p.m.
The vestry will meet Monday at
I Junior High youth will meet for
j crusader rehearsal at 0:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
The Mat vct^-s wiil
rehearse
| and for a country style frolic at
Tuesday at 7: 15 p 111.
I 7:30 p.m.
Holy Communion will be celeBayvlew Presbyterian Church
brated Wednesday at •) a.m. and in
the evening junior choir will re;
Clllfwood Reach
i
Kev. David L. Bucci, Pastor
I The Women's Association of liay| view will s|Ktnsnr a "((ol*)" dinner
| Saturday at (i p.m. in I-VMu-.vship
| Hall. F.veryone attending is asked
! to come in "llot>o" attire.
! Church School meets at !l:30 a.m.
1 Sunday. "God's Cardiogram nf
Man" will be the pastor's sermon
topic at this Sunday's II a.m wori ship service. Senior lli«h Fellow| ship meets at fi:3(l p.m. and Junior
' High Fellowship meets at 7 p.m.
i The trustees will hold their monthly
| meeting at H p.m. in the conference
room.
On Monday the Deacons will hold
a meeting al 7:110 p.m. at the
church.
Wednesday then: will be n Bihk
study at the cottage at 7:45 p.m,
Cr*M O( Clary Lutfcma Ctarek
• » . SmduMre SchMl, Matwaa
Rev. Richard A. Wceden. Pastor
Sunday School will be held at »
a.m. and the lint year confirmation clan will meet •( the tame
hour. The church service will be
• t 10:30 a.m. when the amiton will
be "Knowledge" by the Rev. Rich•rd A, Weeden, miffion developer,
•nd the choir will ling. A eolfee
hour will follow the aervice. The
services will be held at the Strathmore Elementary School, Church
It. and Lloyd Rd.. Malawan.
mo
Mrthafat Chared
Rev. Frank E. Sweeten, Minister
Blbl« Study conducted by the
pastor Thursday 7 p.m.
On Sunday 9 a.m. worship service . and sermon by the pastor,
tola by Ernest VanCleef anil Sunday School, 10 a.m.
•Monday, 1 p.m. Women's Society
of Christian Service will meet in
Ihe church.
Thursday beginning at 5 p.m.
roast beef supper in Fellowship
Hall.
amm
mediately after this service. Sunday evening at 7 p.m., the Young
People's Society will meet at Fellowship Hall.
Monday at 1:30 p.m., the Missionary Society will meet at the
home of Mrs. W. Bradley.
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., the Rifle
Club meets on the indoor ratine.
Thursday at 7:45 p.m., there will
be choir rehearsal.
New members received into the
fellowship of the churches on Sunday were: Reformed, Mr. and Mrs.
David Clausen: Baptist, Vincent
Stewart and Miss Bambi Stewart
and Holmdel, Harold Willgerodt.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
WE
Thursday, October 10, 1963
hearse at 7 p.m.; senior choir, 8:15 welcome to becomt acolytes. Con- Kla| Of Klnfi Lutheran Chvcb
p.m.; adult confirmation class mil tact the Pastor.
Bayvlew School
meet at 8:30 p.m. and the A.A.s,
On Tuesday at H p.m. 3 study
Cherry Tree Farm Rd.,
9 p.m.
group will he held and topic of disMiddlctowt
Bible Baptist Church
cussion will be "Our Mission To- Rev. C. Roger Burkina, Pastor
(A Regular Baptist Church)
Sunday School meets at 9:30
day." This is the third meeting and
Middle rid., llazltl
anyone may attend.
I a.m. and morning worship is al
Aev. D. Ross Brlttain. Pastor
On Wednesday, the W.S.C.S. is | 10: 43 a.m.
The llev. D. Ross Uritlain will
bring the message, "King of spansoring ,< jewelry display.
j Emmanuel A.tsembl? Of God
Jews" at the communion service' On Monday al 3 p.m. regular i til Pal:ner Ave., Keaatlnirc
Sunday ct II a.m. Bible school conRev. Harry Johnson, Pastor
venes at 9:45 a.m. with classes fur monthly meeting of the W.S.C.S. ; Sunday School is a. 9:45 a.m ;
all ages. Evening worship service will be held at the Church.
morntns worship. 11 o'clock; cvwill be at 7 p.m. with the mesangelislic. service, 7:30 p.m. The
llie Faith Retormcd Church
first Sunday of each month there is
sage, "The ITnd of a Kingdom."
Middle Rd. and Poole Ave.
a Communion service at 11 a.m.
The quarterly business met'tiii;;
llailet
of the church will be held Tuesday
Wednesday evening will be Bible
t 8 p.m. in the church. This will Rev Theodore C. Muller. Pasto; Study and prayer at 7:45 p.m.
On Thursday confirmation class
be followed by the tneor|>oration
Young people's service is Friday
2 will meet al 7 p.m. The junior svening at 7:30 o'clo"k.
meeting.
Cottage prayer meeting will t>e choir will rehearse at 8 p.m.
Port Monmoulh Miitlaa
Wednesday at S p.m al the lioni'-'
Confirmation class I will meet
Community Cl.urch
of Miss F.dilh M. Lufburrow. 53 Friday at 4 p.m. The Fvery Mem I
Main
SI. and Lydli. PI.,
East Lincoln Ave, Ailanlic High- her Canvass committee will meet!
Port Monmoulh
lands. The pastor will be in at ii p.m.
Rev.
A.
Donald
Maf:aw. Pastor
charge.
(
On Sunday u junior department
Choir practice is he'd Thursday
session tif Sunday School will l « at 6:45 p.m.; mid-week Bible study,
Second Baptist Church
included with the legular service,, j 7:4-5 p.m.
Mi Atlantic St., Keypart
Sunday School classes are held at
Sundjy School meri* at 9:30
Rev. Nicholas J. Tats, Pastor
!t::ltl and II a.nv. Morning worship | a.m.;
worship so.-.ice, 11 a.m.; evThis Thursday al H p.m. the set vices also are held at 9;.'10 and 1
Women's Progressive Club will II a.m. The pastor's sermon topic' ening service, 6:30 p.m.
Monday the Young Teens, IAH
meet at the church. Mrs. Bessie will be "Prayer That Means Husi-J Club
and Lilt'-" Folks Club meel al
ness." The junior choir will sing 7 p.m.
Jackson Is the hostess.
Prayer meeting will be held on ihe anthem at the S:30 a.m. service
The l.utheraa Church
Friday evening ut K p.m.
Missouri Synod
The morning choir will hold a
The senior choir will sing at the ;
Tinlon
Falls Public ikhaal
chicken dinner on Saturday at the II a.m. service when the sacia-1
Keyport Civic league, starling at ment of baptism will be adminis j Rev. Daniel D. Rcinheimcr. Pastot
tered. The senior youth fellowship j Sunday School and Bible Classes
12 noon.
Sunday School meets al 9:30 a.m. will meet at 5:30 p.m. for a ct)v •re held at 9:30 i m. Sunday undei
Morning worship services stall at ered disli supper and program.
tht direction ol Arthur Bitter, au
II a.m. Holy Communion will be
Theodore Chandler, a junior stu-| perintenJent. The morninB worshis
obsers'ed at the evening service, dent at New Urunswick Seminary, j will be held at 10:45 a.m. with ser
starling al 7:30 p.m.
will be assisting the pastor on Sun-j mon by the pastor. A nursery »erv
Morning choir will rehearse Mon- days until May.
Ico Is available. Communion terv
day at 7:30 p.m. Youth choir will
'Ihe Hoy Scouts will meet Mon- Ices are held tt» first Sunday ol
rehearse Tuesday at 7 p.nv. and day al 7:15 p.m.
every month.
senior choir will rehearse WednesOn Tuesday Ihe Brownies and the
day at 8 p.m.
C!ill Scouts will IIA'IM at 7 p.m.
Browfitomii Community Church
There will he « meeting <»f the Broarnlown Union Sundi) Schoa)
Reformed Church ot Kcyport
Sunday School Teachers al S p.m.
Route 18, Hrownlowo
Warren St., Keyporl
Wednesday.
Rev, Francis Cantel, Pastor
Rov. John II. Sharpe. Pastor
Sundjy School Is held from 9:4S
The members of ihe Ladies Aid
Morganvilte Mefiodlu Cfcurck
'o IO:.|.i a.m. and the church serFar and Near Society will meet al
Morgaavilla
vice ii from 11 a m . until U
the Church House on Thursday at
R«v. Fred 11. Uoweti. Paitor
o'clock. Everyone Is cordially in7 p.m.
Church services are held on Sun vited lo utieud.
The first meeting of the season
of the Good Ft'lloivshrp Club will »e day at 9 a.m and Sunday School
Fourth Mt. Pitcaira
held at the Church House with Hit! 'iieeu at 10 a.m.
Spiritual Church
Algers, Camerons anil Kennedys as
i
Pentecostal Church
2M Shore Rd., Union lleach
hosts on Friday at 8: lfi p.m.
Union
and
Sidney
Ave.,
Itev. Katherine, Miller. Pastor
Sunday School will IM held at
Union lleach
!&::i(l a.m. Morning Worship Servici!
Services are held on Sunday ana
Mrs. Isahelle Wood. Pastor
with sermon by the p.tsior, 10: l.i
On Sunday there will be Sunday fhursday evenings «t 8 o'clock
a.m. and meeting of the Intermed•nd on Friday afternoons at 2 p.m
iate Youth Fellowship at the ; School at il:45 a.m. and morning,
worship, 11 a.m. Prayer time will
Church House, 7 p.m.
Lutheran Church
be held al 7; 15 p.m. An evangelisof the Guud Shepherd
First Church Of Christ, Sclenlltt tic mceiim; will be held at 7:43
School No. H
p.m.
j
84 Broad St., Keyport
Bushnell Hd., Sayre Woods South
Sunday s e r v I c e und Sunday
Prayer, praise and scripture tiniej
Rnv. llailey Meyer, pastor
School, 11 a.m. Wednesday, testi- will be held Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. • Services are held al Sch'iol No.
mony meeting H p.m. Reading room
18, Sayre Woods South. Family DiSayrc Woods Baptist Church
open Wednesday und Saturday from
ble hour is held at <J:lft a.m. Sun|
Routs 9, llrowntown
2 lo 4 p.m.
day and family worship service,
Rev. Richard Jones-, Pastor
The obliteration ot evil in the
10:.Tl ,i in
redi'inpnve and heating work of i Sunday School meets at 9:45 with , Midweek service Is held WedChrist will be emphasi/.ed at all I1 a class for each mctnbet of the i nesday at 8:15 p.m.
Christian Science diurcht's this family; morning worship, II a.m.; j
j .'veiling gospi.'l service, 6:45 p.m. |
Sunday.
SI. Benedict'! ChurcJj
Mid-week prayer and Bible Study i
Scriptural readings include this
Holmdel School
verse from Hphesian* (5:8): "l-or ; is held every Wednesday »t 8:00
Bethany Rd., llolmdet
ye were sometimes darlun-ss, hut ! p.m.
Rev. Udward P. BUska, Pastor
now a n - y e light in the I.oid: w.t!k
Masses are held Sunday it 7, I,
:
David's TahcrnacJ*
as children of light."
9, 10 and II a.m. and at 12 o'clock
;
Clllfwood
A related p,i-.vi:',v
hum
the
noon.
Christian Science Ubxlt*K>k will he
Elder James Most, Pallor
Confessions ar« heard In the
read: "Let uriM'llishncss. goodness, | Sunday School Ii al 10 a.m.;
parish honnj Saturday* between 1
nitMcv, justice, health, holiness, i morning worship, 11 a.m.
love -- Ih-' kingdom of heaven l- i On Wednesday evenings the tarry and 9 p.m.
reign within us, and sin, dise:H-_ ,
St. Jouph'i Church
and tleath vvill diminish until tlT'y i service is at 8 p.m.
Maple PL, Kcyport
finale,- disappear" (Science and
Church Of Our Saviour
Rev.
Cornelius
J. Kane, Pastor
Health with Key to the Scriptures ;
Cheesequake
by Mary Uaker F.ddy, p.'JIS). I Rev. Charles F. Walling. Vicar
Masse* will ba held Sunday
Tim Bible Lesson ii entitled: i Sunday s c r v i c e i a r e held at 7:30, morning at 7, I, 9, 10. 11 and V
"Are Sin. Disease, nnd Death and !l..')0 a m . On Ilin first, thi, J o'clock.
Grace Metluxlist Church
St. James PI.
l/niun [teach
Kev. Eldrich C. Campbell
Pastor
On Sumlav ai "I:.10 a.m. church
S'/luyi,' uill b e hi'U '.'.ith classes for
all age-.. At !>::w and II a.m regular church worship will hi- In-Ki A
nursi-iy is pnividi'd a: II a.m. Si',.
vice topic is "('o-wotkt'fs wuii
Chri>t." '1 hi.1 youth p r o g r a m will b.as follows: Junior M'.'lh'Hli.^t Youth
Fellowship will In- h"ltl al 4 p in ,
H p i n . , in!'1! oH'diate M.Y.t-". and at
7,:til p m. senior M . Y F
On F r i d a y at S p in adult m r i n b e r s l n p c l a s s will b e held fur ill
persons who '.visti t o unite with ill;;
church on Ucl 21.
and filth Sunday* t h e r e will be H'lly Communion al the 7:110 and
!t:.'i1 a.m. services and on the second and fourth S u n d a y s morning
p r a y e r is ii"ld al II:30 a.m. Church
school n i f t i at 0:31) a.m., g r a d e s
one thioiigh fu'.ir and at 10: |5 a m . . ;
g r a d e s ;.-'<
;
ftuiy (oiniuiinitin v.ill IJI; ce!'.'- '
braled Wedne.sd.u at (i u m
and
I'ridav ut II a m.
Full Gospel C h a p e l
157 Main SI. K c a n k h u r g
lowship, 6 p.m.
Prayer and Bible Study it helj
Wednesday at S p.m.
Strathinore Jewish Center
Matawan Township
First Aid Building
Prmpecl Ave. and Ainboy Rd.
Cliffwood
Rabbi Joseph Harris
Services will be conducted Friday evenings at S;30 p.m.
Keyport Witnesses
At Bible Assembly
Over 100 persons from the Keyport and surrounding areas trivelcd lo Springfield this past weekend
to hear the leclure "The Bible Triumphs in a Scientific World." Tlia
occasion was the three-day Bibls
Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses
held at Ihe Regional High School,
drawing a crowd of 236S persons.
Victor Timpanaro, conductor of
the Keyport Bible Study Center associated with the Keyport Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses wj»
in charge of the local group.
I.yle Ii. Reusch, a traveling minister of the Watchlower Society and
district supervisor in the Keyport
area, gave the featured lecture.
"Does Scientific Fac: Clash witli
the Bible?" asked Mr. Reusch.
Quoting from scientific authorities,
Ihe speaker then said, "evidenca
based upon observations, logic,
mathematics and the laws of nature insures that Ihe Bible is correct when it speaks of a First
Cause that always existed."
St. Thomas Plans
School For Laity
A School for an Informed Laity,
featuring lectures on such topic*
ai spirituality in suburbia, interracial justice, over-population ami
alcoholism, is being inaugurated
this week at St. Thomas School, Old
Bridge, by llu- Rev. Thomas Dentici. assistant pastor of St. Thomas'.
The series of four courses entitled!
"Practical Piohlems of Christian
Living," "Inquiry ('(Hirst' into thn
Catholic Faith." "Theology for Lavmen" and "UiidiTstjiitli'ig the Bible" are open to Iwth Catholic*
and non-Catluilics A small registration fee is charged all Catholic parish members; niin-C.uhohcs are admitted Irre of charge.
•'Our purpose is in emphasi/.e (IM
importance of tn-ing informed."
says Itev. Dcnlici, "If people aril
not knowledgeable on these subjects. Ihi.'y can't he much help id
Ihcinwives or to olliers these dayi.
Kwryiine has an obligation to be
informed "
Two Baptized Sunday
At Lutheran Church
On Sunday George and Jeffrey
Harrington were baptized at thu
Cross of Glory Lutheran Church in
Marlboro • Malawan. The Cross ol
Glorv lield its fifth service Sunda/
with an attendance of 117 at sem:;e
and I'l children a: Sunday School
tvi()t eight teachers under the supervision ot Mr. and Mrs. Kennetli
Rolnus'in, KeyiHir! High School
teachfis.
A ini'i'iing ot the planning board
will b" held Tuesday ai H p.m. Dr.
Ralph Dover, regional director, will
be in aUi'tidanct". There will he ,l
discussion of ihe future permanent
.silt- of tii-1 church New member*
of tiic !*uid are Karl liaer, Motganvilli-; Kurt Carlson, Mfltawjo;
N'ortiert Dohn, M.itawan and 0.
John Reed, II.I/U-.
St. John's Methodist Church
} Tlii si week, why don't you
Central School, Keyport
Ri»v. Norman P Riley, Pastor i1 look through tin- wimluws ol
Identical services ore field San- your clunch , . . from the inside.
day at !):30 and 11 J in.; church
school sessions. 9:30 and 11 a.m.
First Spiritual Churea
Oi Divine Rate
171 Main St., BelltrcJ
Rev. Phoebe Dailey. Pastot
Services are livid Sunday at I
p.m. nnd Tuesday at S p.m.
Rev. Robert II. Kalis, Pastor
Sunday School meets at 3 o.m..
Maranatha HaplUt Church
with an adult Bible class. Sunday
llolmdcl - Keyport ltd. and
.will cover (he lives and characters;
Urailley lane,
of many New Testament charac-,
llaziel
ters. Kvangeiislic service ii at j
Rev. Bruce llai.is.'.i, Pastor
7:30 p.m.
j Sunday School meets a: 9:45
! 1'rayer servic* la Tuesday at 11 a.m.; mor/iing seivice, II o'clock;
Hoys in grades i through S ar.> ; p.m.
I evening service, 7 p.m.; youth fel-
DR. LOUIS I. PRAGER
OPTOMETRIST
EYES EXAMINED
o n KI. HOURS
Daily 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Fridays 9 A.M. to 9 P M.
Closed All Hay Wednesdays
Saturday 9 AM. to 2 P.M.
30 W. Front St.,
COIfax 4-2020 Kcyport
?
WE
SUREWOULD...
certify the cost of gas heat
Just «sk for a frM Heating Survey of your home that'
wilt show you "How Little" Suburban Propane Qt»
Heat will cost...
When you change to Suburban Propane Gae
Heat we'll certify the cost In writing.-
|
First Baptist Church
I
212 Main St., IMalawan
• Rev. Robert W. Adiliss. Pastor
: Junior choir will rehearse Thinsi day at 7 p.m ; senior choir. 7:45
p.m. and at S put. the missionary
promotion committee will meet in
ihi* church house.
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FOR AMERICA'S
YOUTH
WATCHMNI*
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264-2008
Brltlfrovlow Apnrlmonl.i !s toenfed nenr tlio contw of Keyport
within wnlkinx (listimco of Ilia downtown nlio)>p!nK nre» and l l
NOW RENTING
One and Two Bedroom
Total-Electric Apartments
iir lu-filinif conccfiteci In tlio ceiiinjt'conlrollod by lndlri
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OPEN FOR INSPECTION 9 to S MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Another Total Electric Apartment Served By JCPIL
Finland Walnut Streets, Keyport, New Jersey
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL. N. J.
Itrarafey. Odofcr 10, 1963
NJEA Supports
Bond Referendum
Second Section — Page Seven
The new roadway will consist of Wickatunk Rd. intersection with th»
subba.se 12 inches thick, bitumin- route.
ous stabilized base course six inchImprovements will be made on
es thick and a bituminous concrete locul roads which intersect with
surface three inches thick. The ex- the route. On the Robcrtsville-Old
The State Highway Department isting roadway will be resurfaced i Bridge Rd. and on Freneau Rd. aw
subbase eight inches thick will be
announced bid* will be received
Oct. 2-1 on the first of three pro- and both roadways bordered with i topped by four inches of bituminous
stabilized base course and a threejects for dunli/utiim of a !).!i mile
inch thickness (if hjtutr.inous conportion of Route l.'.S. 9 between throughout.
crete surface, White concrete vertiR
a
m
p
s
,
turnarounds;
and
jug
ban
Koine 18 and Toll (Jute Corner in
Middlesex and Monmouth Counties. dies will consist of stibbase eighi . cal curb will border Ihe roadways.
Work on the initial 4.4 mile pro- inches thick, bituminous stabilised S On Union Mill Rd., Tennent Rd.,
ject will cons-ist of diuili/ation of course MX indies thick and bilumi-1 and Mnrganville Rd., snbba.se 1]
tlti' t o u l e from I!K- intersection wiih nous c o n c r e t e surface t h r e e i n c h e s inches thick will h« topped by six
Route 18 in
Madison Township, thick b o r d e r e d by white c o n c r e t e inches of
bituminenis stabilized
Middlesex (' o u n t y. s o u t h s a i d vertical c u r b . A p a i r of left - turn - base course and n three inch thick:
lliioue.li M a r l b o r o Township
lo jug handles will be c o n s t r u c t e d at ness of bituminous concrete surSouth Milford Hrook in M a n a l a p a n the i:ite-rs.Mtio,'i of the route w i t h ' face. The roadway's wilt be borderFreneau Rd. enabling traffic on ed by white concrete vertical curb.
T o w n s h i p , Monniouth County.
At present, one lane of Route 9 j the highwayy and on the road lo
trallic is. ranied in each direction, connect fret ly and safely under the
Open Fund Drive
noithhoiind and southbound, on ie- protection of traffic signals.
inlorced concrete pavement. A new
The Monmouth College Alumni
More Jug Handles
j roadway will be huilt to carry two
"Operatie>n
TeleAnother pair of left turn jug han- Association's
lane's of northbound traffic. 'I he exphone" fund drive opened its first
dles
will
be
built
at
the
intersec. istiiij; roadway will then be imsession of the month - long camproved to carry two lanes of smith- tion with Robertsville - Old Bridj'.e paign Tuesday ni^ht with a total of
! bound traffic. The roadways will be ltd. I he bridge carrying Union Hill iWi in pledges from its alumni.
Rd,
over
Route
9
will
be
widened
separated in some locations by ;i
Last year, the opening night to'al
concrete median divider and in oth- and an interchange will be built to was S350. K. Murray Todil, Holmer local ions by .'! r.rass median di- permit traffic fin the road and on del, college trustee and general
the
bridge
to
connect.
The
culverts
vider.
which carry the route over Pine chairman e»f ihe institution's major
Traffic Pal (ems
lliook and Pine Hrook Hranch will building fund campaign, greeted
During construction of the new be extended.
volunteers, both alumni and stunorlhlwitinil niadway, ti.idW: will reA pail of jug handles will be liuilt dents.
main in ihe present pattern o;i the between Union Hill Rd. and Pine
.ulw.iy. lii'th directions | Hri.uk Rd. to provide an intermedIf J'MI need printing of nny
'• e.l' irailic will [li;n be shifted to tluri iale turnaround facility for Route; kind, we are here to serve you.
I new roadway while the existing !) traffic. Improvements will b e ; Our quick service and reasonable
i roadway is being improved.
' huilt at the Gordon's Comer Rd. - i prices will please you.
Sen. Stout's Family Poses For Portrait This Year
Call For Bids
On Route 9 Work
"Sorry. No room." Unlesi (hey
•re expanded at once, New Jersey's public colleges will be sending many more notices like this
to qualified high school graduates,
warns the New Jersey Education
Association. And the $750,000,000
•late bond issue Is Ihe only current
proposal to finance college expanflon. It will provide 1133,000,000 for
this purpose.
A cumulative surge in the size
ot high school graduating clatses
•tarts next June, the NJEA note*
in its magazine, the NJEA Review.
The crop of babies born in 1946, Ihe
year after World War II veterans
began returning home, will turn IS
Ihji year and are high school seniors. In New Jersey, th* Class of
1964 will be 13,000 larger than the
Class of 1963. The following year
will sec a further increase of 8500.
Many of them will want to go to
college.
'The size of high school classes
will keep growing until, by 1870,
27,000 more students will be graduating than graduated this Juno.
According to state estimates, 25,000
more qualified high school graduates will want to attend New Jersey public colleges in 1970 than did
this year.
Cites Earlier Issue
The NJEA Review notes that In
I9.r>9 the public approved a $(iO,000,000 bond issue that has since enabled the state to double the size of
Its public colleges. Yet, one state
college last spring had .1200 applicants for 710 places, and at Rut-'
gcrs University, 11,500 qualified j
high school graduates applied for I
330(1 places.
I
The. NJEA Review says, "If New'
Jersey's public colleges are to admit their share of the larger freshman classes that will pour out of
the classes of 1964 and '65, they
must know now that builddngs are
coming lo house them."
Census Bureau Will
Check School Numbers
The number of Americans enrolled in school, as well as the numbers employed and unemployed,
will be determined from qucs.
The Sloul family pictured at their West Allcnhursl home. Standing I hulding II momth old Nancy. Sealed arc Dick jr., nine; Susan, four;
tions in the Census Bureau's Octo- left to right are Penny, IS; Tucky, I); Betsy, 15, and Senator Stout I and Mrs. Stout.
ber Current Population Survey, it
In 1951 Richard R. Stout emerged ; Investigating Commission, t h e the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the | Company, and a member ot the
was announced today by Director
John G. Gibson of the Census as the victor of a hard - fought Youth Study Commission, the Mu- American Legion, Reserve Offi-1 Bejard <if Directors ( I the National
Bureau Regional Office at Philatlel-1 primary battle to carry the GOP nicipal Law Revision Commission, ctrs Association, the .Military Or-1 Conference of Christ mis and Jews,
Code der of the World Wars, a Trustee Inc. The Senator is named to the
phia. Sample households will be in-1 banner as Ihe candidate for ihe the Uniform Commercial
lerviewed locally and in 356 other! State Senate representing Mon- Commission, the New Jersey Ter- of Ihe Monmouth County Historical former Nancv Tuck r of BethleH'lected areas of Ihe country dur-jj mouth
th County.
y He was elected that centenary Commission, and the Association, a Trustee of Filkin hem. Pennsylvania, ; ml they reside
Senate Committee to Investigate .Memorial Hospital, a Director <
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k
h was returned
td
t TrenT
ing
next week.
in Ocean
df>f in
O c e a n Township
Township w
with their famij year andd he
to
o n ffo r l w 0 m o r c l lo n n s bb t thhc v
The school attendance questio.is i '
V
"'-' the New York Pint of Authority. the Central Jersey Bank and Trust' ly of five girls and a ixiy.
Headed Riparian Study
will cover enrollment at each level i crs. n Now.
in
IM3,
.Sen.
Stout
is
He served as Chairman of the
ill school and in each grade or I *W> a candidate and is running
year, and other facts among p ,; r .| on his record of legislative achieve. Riparian Rigltts Commission and
as an extremely active member of
sons five to 3-1 years of age, includ- i menl.
according
In
the
OOP
Camthe Beach Mrnsion Commission and
ing the number of young persons j Pa|K" Committee.
not in school who arc not high] Sen. Stout has served as Majori-j the Atlantic Slates Marine Fisherfchnol graduates. Inquiries madeity
Leader
of
the
upper
house
and
j
ies Commission. In I M the Sen>n the October 1!K>2 Current Popula- ! as President of the Senate. He was ator sponsored
legislation
which top
Lg
lion Survey revealed that about 3 I also acting Governor uf New Jer- day
'--- *is helping
' '- :
:.;-...:.....
short? municipalities
million persons 16 to 21 years old. ] sey on a number of occasions. Sen. in their fight against pollution.
or about 20 per cent of the civilian Stout has served on all of the maA veteran of World War II, he
noninslltutional population in Ihnt j jor Senate Committees, judiciary, began his political career as a
age group, had not finished high | appropriations; highways, transpor- founder of the "Young Republicans
tchool nnd were not then enrolled | lalion and public utilities; state-, of Monmouth Counly." and w.is
in school.
•
; counly. and municipal government; elected president of that group in
A number of families in the Oclo- J federal and interstate relations; la- 1949. It was just two yeais later
ber survey sample will be asked ! bor and industrial relations; and that the voters of Monmouth Counabout their plans to purchase auto- public safely, defense, and veter- ty sent him to the Slate House as
their Senator.
mobiles, houses, and major house- ans' affairs.
Sen. Stout headed the Slate's
Sen. Stout's family has long been
hold appliances during the next
Atomic
Energy
Legislative
Comassociated
with Monmouth Counly.
few months. Similar questions on
consumer buying intentions nre in- mission and has served on the His forbears were among the first
eluded in the survey four times a Woodrow Wilson Centennial Coin- men to set fool here. Born in Ocean
mission, the New Jersey Welfare Grove and graduated from Nepyear.
tune High School, he also added
diplomas f r o m
I.awrenceville,
Princeton University, and Rutgers
Law School befoie joining ihe law
lirm of Stout and O'llapan in Allenhurst.
The Senator is the thiid generation of his family lo practice law
"Sav With Safeco
and his recognition in this field includes election as President of
Auto and Homeowner Polities"
the New Jersey Institute of Municipal Attorneys nnd as President
of the Monmouth Cnunly Har Association. He is alsn a Member of the
American and New Jersey Bar Ass/K'intion.
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In terms of p«rcentl|« of
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1
Thursday, October 10, 1963
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ONE 100 pack box TEAPOT
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Silt.. Oct. 12th.
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ONE 1II). can BUTCHER'S
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With tliis coupon and purchase ot
Six 16-03!. cans FRESHPAK
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With this coupon and purchase of
Any bottle GRAND
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