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                                                                                                               Neutrals'
                                                                                                               Appeal                                Sandy Hook Park
                                                                                                               Studied
                                                                                                               See Sympathetic
                                                                                                               U. S. Reply On
                                                                                                                                                     Prospects Bright
                                                                                                               Bomb Ban Plea                                                                                                   U.S. Ready to Lease
                                                                                           WASHINGTON (AP) —
                                                                                        The Kennedy administra-1
                                                                                        tion was expected today toj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               350 Acres to State
                                                                                        give a sympathetic re-                                                                                                                                              BULLETIN
                                                                                        sponse to an appeal from
                                                                                        25 neutral nations for U.S.-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           President Interested
                                                                                        Soviet negotiations to save;                                                                                                    WASHINGTON — President Kennedy today «x-
   WfLCOMED IN MOSCOW — Prim* Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, right, of India and the world from "the horror of                                                                                                        pressed personal interest in plans for a park at Sandy
                                                                                    h
   Soviet Premier Nikita Khru«hehev pa«$ cheering crowd at Moscow airport. Nehru nuclear war."                                                                                                                   Hook, Sen. Harrison A. Williams, D-NJ, has advised
   arrived from Belgrade conference of non-aligned nationi yesterday and asked Khruich-   But officials here said the ag-                                                                                        The Register.
   «hsv to begin peace talks with President Kennedy.                   (AP Wirephoto) gressive Soviet attitude on criti-                                                                                                Sen. Williams said that in a letter to Defense
                                                                                                            cal Berlin issues—dramatized by
                                                                                                            Soviet persistence in exploding                                                                       Secretary McNamara, the President expressed interest
 ^Atlantic Highlands                                                                                        nuclear weapons test devfees in
                                                                                                            the atmosphere — discourages
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  jn making non-essential lands available for public
                                                                                                            hope that negotiations under                                                                          recreational needsT^An~excerpt from the ~PrSsI3ent's

        32 Tax Appeals Heard                                                                                present conditions can make
                                                                                                            much progress.
                                                                                                               The U.S. Atomic. Energy Com-
                                                                                                            mission announced last night
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  letter follows:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "A prime example of land for which there is urgent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    non-military need is Sandy
     ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - T h e served decision on the remain-
   oounty Tax Board heard a total ing 24.
                                                                        agreed to* a reduction from;that the Soviet Union had ex-
                                                                        $15,600 to $5,000 on a tract of ploded early yesterday, Wash-                                                                                          2 Fort Units         Hook, N. J.,on which Fort
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Hancock is located. This
  Of 32 tan appeals yesterday from In Middletown, 15 of the 24 ap land on Crane St., Belford.                ington time, its fourth nuclear
  this borough, Highlands, Middle- peals were filed by Charles J.
  town, and Little Silver.           Hesse of Belford, on behalf of th«
                                                                          The board reserved decision test device since last Friday.
                                                                        on the remainder of the appeal Evidence picked up by U.S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tapped For           has one of the few unde-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    veloped long shore lines in
     The board accepted stipula- estates of his mother and fa- which were as follows:
  tions on seven appeals, ad- ther.
                                                                                                             monitors put the site of the
                                                                           Reduction from $7,$0 to $4,500 blast as being east of Stalin                                                                                        TrainingHike         the New York metropolitan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    area.
  journed hearings on two and re- William C, Johnson, assessor, on a building at 167-169 Palmer grad. The AEC said it was about                                                                                     WASHINGTON (AP) - The Ar-
                                                                        Ave., East Keansburg; $1,200 to 1,600 miles west of the area of NEW SCHOLAR, NEW SCHOOL — Karleen Doherty, my tapped National Guard and                                        "Generations of Ameri-
                                                                        $1,000 land, and $9,200 to $7,000, Semipalatinsk in which the three "nearly 5," the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Do- Reserve units across the country cans have accepted the im-

  Democrats Praise,                                                     building at 176 Palmer Ave., previous explosions occurred.                                                                                yesterday as top-priority groups
                                                                        East Keansburg; $200 to $100,T The force was described by the' herty, 5 Millbrook PI., New Monmouth, waiti with cheer- to receive an intensified training portance of using this area
                                                                        land, and $12,000 to $8,000, build-jAEC as being in the low to in-; fu| charm for what the school y e a r will bring as she en-                                             as a military reservation in
                                                                                                                                                                   ;„ { h e kindergarten class a t Harmony program.
  Criticize Leaders                                                     ing at 171 Palmer St.. Belford. jtermediate range, which means; r o | u d
                                                                                  Hesse Appeals             jit was far below the 100 million!          '
                                                                                                                                                           terd
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                                                                           Also: a reduction from $500 to!ton superbomb which Soviet Pre-j Elementary School, Middletown. Today the n . w e i t of
                                                                                                                                                                                                              '     The program will include an the interest of national se-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  additional week-end drill period curity. Defense considera-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ach month in'preparation for
     LONG BRANCH — More than record has brought honor and $300, land, and $6,500 to $4,000, raier Khmhchev has threatened! the township's elementary schools will begin enrolling possible call-up.                                                 tions must, of course, con-
                                                                                                                                             ;
  2S0 county Democratic municipal distinction to the party."            building at 160 Palmer Ave.. to build.                                   students in all grades. Yesterday wai orientation day              New Jersey National Guard tinue to take precedent
  and district leaders were alter- Recalling that his son, John C. East Keansburg: $1,200 to $500," Before the AEC made its an-;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  units named were the Headquar- over, other potential utili-
  nately chicled and praised last Giordano. Jr., was an Assembly land, and $6,600 to $1,500, build nouncement on the fourth Soviet for beginners at the 22-room school on Harmony Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ters and Headquarters Battery, zation but every effort
  night at a fall campaign kickolf candidate four .years ago, the ing at 157 East Rd.; $1,700 to blast, Secretary of Welfare Abra-
  rally in the Paddock Lounge, speaker said he wanted to take $300, land and $9,700 to $1,200, ham Ribicoff reported radioac-                                                                                     112th artillery group, Trenton:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the 114th Surgical Hospital, Pat- should be made by the De-
  here.                              the opportunity to express thanks building at 182 East Rd.; $1,0001 live fallout from the new Rus-l
     After County Chairman John to the Democrats who worked lor to $500, land, and $5,700 to $2,500|sian tests hid been delected in
  W. Applegate Md former County him. As a judge, he said he had building at 345 Main St.; $13,100!Alaska. He said analysis showed;
  Judge John C. Giordano had been unable to speak out on such to $7,500, land, and $31,400 to! radiation levels at 35 times the
                                                                                                                                              ;
                                                                                                                                                     Extend Schedule                                              erson, and the 122nd Ordnance partment of Defense to pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Co., Camden. A New Jersey Ar- vide long range plans for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   my Reserve unit named was the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   824th Signal Co.. Fort Mon- a suitable public use of
  called for more effective activity a political subject earlier.
  a t the district level. State Com-
  mitteeman Paul Kiernan hailed (See DEMOCRATS. Page 2) to $4,000, building. .»t 339 Main'general of Hie Health Service,
  the organization as "unappreci-
                                                                        $7,500 building, at 355 Main St.: average daily levels for August.i
                                        Mr. Kiernan laid his remarks $1,000 to $500, land, and J9,O0OiDr. Luther L. Terry, surgeonj

                                                                        St.; $1,200 to $500, land, and'said there was no immediatej
                                                                                                                                                     For County Park                                               mouth.                            Sandy Hook or other parts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     A total of 329 National Guard of the peninsula if your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and Reserve units about the na-
                                                                        $8,800 to $2,500. building at 52 health-danger from the fallout.; FREEHOLD—The Shark River ers announced the plans yesTeT tion also were-designated as pri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    present survey indicates
  ated" and stressed it has made
  substantial contributions to the
~"»tate Democratic power;
                                       Carla Course                     Compton St.; $600 to $300, land, Congressional leaders said the; Park, Monmouth County's first j day. Instead of being shutdown ority groups. They will not re- that it Is possible as a re-
                                                                         and $5,000 to $2,200, building, at prevailing opinion within the-county-owned park, has proven'Sppt 15, i t w i l be in use at least ceive additional personnel at this sult of changes in weapons
                                                                         180 Palmer St., all Belford; | Kennedy administration is that|so popular it will be kept open j until Oct. 15. And Hie existing time, but their training will be
     Speaking of critics in and out
  of the county, Mr] Kiernan said      Is Uncertain                     $16,000 to $6,800, building at 103 the new Soviet tests are aimed a month longer than scheduledj capacity- of 100 tables and jl intensified.
                                                                        Campbell Ave., and $1,200 to at developing antimissile mis- and its picnic facilities will bejfireplaces will be. increased 100 National Guard units in this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and security requirements.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       "I will appreciate your
  "they should realize the opposi-
                                         MIAMI (AP)-Hurricane Car- $500, land, and $7,100 to $400.. siles. They predicted the United j doubled before next year.                per cent by spring.               category in New Jersey were the keeping New Jersey state
  tion we have here, the fact that
                                       la crept toward the Gulf of           (See APPEALS. Page 2)               (See NUCLEAR, Page 2)            The County Board of Freehold- The park in Wall Township, Headquarters and Headquarters officials as well as the De-
  the Republicans spend more mon-
                                      Mexico today as if unable to                                                                                                              Freeholder Director 'Joseph C. Detachment, 30th Ordnance Bat-
  ey to win in Monmouth than they
                                      decide which way to h e a d -                                                                                                             Irwin said, will have catered to talion, Camden, the Headquarters partment of Interior ad-
  do in any 10 other counties of
  New Jersey."
                                      Mexico to the northwestward       3-Acre Zone Question                                                                                    more (ban 50,000 people — in- and Headquarters Detachment, vised on the opportunity
                                      or the U.S. Gulf Coast to the                                                                                                             cluding many clubs, associations. 156th Transportation Battalion,
     Mr. Applegate, noting percent- north and east.                                                                                                                             and other groups — before it Orange, and the Mist Transporta- for long term use of this
  age gains in recent years, said        Forecasters at the U.S.
  victory is possible if a strong Weather Bureau in/Miami said
  registration effort is made De- Carla was expected to brush
                                                                          Industrial Park Compromise?                                                                           closes its first season.          tion Co., Orange.
                                                                                                                                                                                  The board took this other ac- New Jersey Army Reserve
                                                                                                                                                                                tion:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    priceless national resource."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sen. Williams partici-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  units also alerted were the 741st pated today in a Defense
  tween now and the deadline Sept. both northeast Yucatan and ex-          HOLMDEL — The "up-in-the-]man Bernard Goldsmith and|force an ordinance through with-                            Erosion Aid
  27.                                                                                                                                                                                                             Adjutant General Unit, Montclair;
                                      treme western Cuba in enter- air" question of creating an in-iseveral other board members out board approval).                              Approved, on final reading, 298th Army Security Agency Co. Department             meeting on
     Mr. Giordano, who retired last ing the Yucatan" channel that dustrial park north of Rt. 35,|favor a five-acre minimum.                     'The five-acre proponents feel an additional $65,000 for beach Fort Monmouth; 902nd Engineer Sandy Hook.
 •pring and is state campaign          leads into the Gulf.               Centerville, may be settled with-      The developer, James M. Rice, that Lily-Tulip Cup Corp., which           erosion protection in Sea Bright.
 manager for gubernatorial can-                                                                                                                                                                                                Detachment, Jersey City; 300th
                                          The rangy storm, packing        in the next week.                    Maywood, has asked for three is building a $15 million plant               The appropriation brings to
 didate Richard J. Hughes, ques-                                                                                                                                                          $150,000 the sum authorized by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Logistical Command A, Head                By The Associated Press
                                       winds'up to 75 miles per hour        It became evident this week        acres.                             across the highway from the pro-
 tioned the absence of some 750                                                                                                                                                           Hie county to be matohej by              (See BUILDUP, page 2)                   A Sandy Hook sUte park once
                                       over a small area near the         that some members of the Plan-                Seek Agreement            posed industrial park site, should
 men and women who, together           center, was still in Hie process   ning Board are at odds with the        Lawrence A. Carton, Jr., town- be "protected." Minimum lot               state funds this year, with the                                                again appears to be within New
 with those present, comprise lo-      of development nearing the         Township Committee over rezon-       ship attorney, told The Register size in the Lily-Tulip ("H") zone         borough to pay engineering and                                                 Jersey's grasp.
 cal district election boards and
 county executive committees.
                                       channel on a poky 8 m.p.h.
                                       northwest to north-northwest
                                                                          ing of the 200-225 acres in Holm-
                                                                          del (75 additional acres of the
                                                                                                               yesterday that from a legal stand- is 10 acres.
                                                                                                               point (in case the zoning were The three-acre proponents have
                                                                                                                                                                                          legal costs. The money will per-
                                                                                                                                                                                          mit repairs to the North Beach
                                                                                                                                                                                          seawall and conr-'etion of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Index                              Gov. Robert B. Meyner met
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         with federal, officials in Wash-
    He urged a determined effort       course. Weathermen expected        proposed park would be in Rari-      later attacked in court) an at- taken the position that a differ-                                                                                  Paf« ington yesterday and issued an
 to bring "all 1,000 members of        s i o w intensification, w i t h   tan).                                tempt should be made to get ent type zoning is required for                South Beach seawall.                 Amusements                        _...ll optimistic statement:        "After
 this team" into sustained activ-      course and speed maintained.         The committee is in favor of a     Planning Board-Township Com- an industrial park where there                  Awarded a con..act to Mills        Birth*                                 2 years or endeavor, it appears
 ity                                      The Caribbean-born hurri-       three-acre minimum plot for the      mittee agreement on the matter will be small industries and labs           Crane Service, Howell Township,      Jim Bishop ..                           I that we are on our way to se-
    The ex-judge said it had been      cane was located at 7 a.m. 50      park zoning, while board chair-      (even though the committee can1 (See INDUSTRIAL Page 2)                         (See COUNTY, Page 2)            Hal Boyle                            25 curing all part this valuable recre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a       and eventually, we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         trust,    of
 25 years since his last county po-    miles northeast of Cozumel Is-                                                                                                                                                          Bridge      -                        33 ational area."
 litical activity and that, although   land, off the Yucatan peninsu-                                                                                                                                                          Classified                         IMS
 the party had been good to him
 by making his presence on the
 bench possible. "I think I nave
 Dencn possiuie, « imim 1 have
                                       la's northeast tip, 110 . miles
                                       southwest of Cuba's' western
                                       tip and 400 miles southwest of
                                       up anc
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2J Sandy Hook is six miles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    21 long and a mile wide at one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I point and just 16 miles across
 been good to the party, that/my       Miami.                                                                                                                                                                                  HefBlbclr:                 ^ ^ : . I New York Bay from Manhattan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kitty Kelly      ...................Z.rir has long been sought by New
  IloliiHiV! on                                                                                                                                                                                                                Movie TlmeUblt                        II Jersey for recreational purposes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Obituaries                    __       2 At one point in 1952. actual ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sylvia Porter                          I quisition seemed to be only a
  Keyport Accepting                                                                                                                                                                                                            Radio-Television
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Social
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               George Sokolsky
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     II few days off.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12-11 In the early 1950s, when the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Hook's antiaircraft batteries lost
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sports          '.                18-21 Iheir value as a protection for
  Pupils Minus Pact                                                                                                                                                                                                            Slock Market
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Successful Investing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W. S. Whltt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      $ New York harbor, the Army de-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      J clared it surplus.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I    (See SANDY HOOK, page 2)
    KEYPORT - Holmdel pupils trict planned to undergo a build-
  started the new school year at ing expansion program.
  Keyport High School today, Holmdel board officials, us a
 despite the fact fhat a custom- result of the state view on con-
  half century old — has been tracts, felt it was under no ob-
 broken'.                           ligation to sign it* customary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Wrong Button!
    It has been the custom for all agreement with Keypni t.                                                                                                                                                                    Pupil's Error Brings Firemen—
  Keyport sending districts to sign Raritan Township already lias
  a one-year sending agreement [or signed its one-year Keyport con-
  high school students with fhe lo- tract, as has Union Beach.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               And Parents—Speeding to School
 cal school board.                     Despite the lack of a contract,                                                                                                                                                            OCEAN GROVE-The open-               It also struck terror on every
    The Holmdel board refused to John O. Hartiler, Keyport school                                                                                                                                                              ing day program of the Nep- block of Ocean Grove where
 #ign this year's pact however      superintendent, said yesterday,                                                                                                                                                            tune Intermediate School, South     parents know the signal's mean-
                                    the board will accept Holmdel                                                                                                                                                              Main St., included an unsched- ing.
    The refusal stems from the students this year, and will bill
 board's failure to secure state Holmdel each month for tuition.                                                                                                                                                               uled but realistic, full scale fire    Level-headed school authori-
  approval to transfer all its high "Their credit is okay," he said.       FIRE HOUSE EXPANSION — The Fair Haven Volunteer Fire Company will build an addition (left portion of above)                                         drill yesterday.                    ties, stunned by the accident
 school students to Red Bank.                                              to the River Road fire house. Costing an estimated $30,000, the structure will be financed in part by the profits                                      It was complete with roaring     at first, met it with good judg-
                                       He also reiterated a statement
    During a hearing on the pro made earlier this year that the            from the recent firomon'c fair.                                                                                                                     fire engines, police cars, and ment. As children dutifully filed
 posed "transfer a state education local board would be willing to                                                                                                                                                             ambulances. There were also from their classrooms as if the
 official said neither the Red release Holmdel students to Red              FAIR HAVEN—The Fair Haven Architect's drawings were ap- L7.ed from the event.                   $68,000. Bernard Kellenyi,                  Red    a couple of dozen near-panic alarm was a fire drill, the of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               stricken parents at the scene.      ficials decided to make it just
 Bank nor Holmdel board could Bank next year.                             Fire Co. will build a (30,000 ad- proved at a company meeting In addition to the two-bay ap- Bank, is architect.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   But it was all a mistake.       that.
 legally sign the requested two- He said the board wants to be            ditlon to                             Tuesday. Mortgage negotiations!paratus room, measuring 32 by At Tuesday's meeting,                  fair
 year pact.                                                                             (ire house at R i v e r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   A sixth grader sent by his         When it .was over, suspicious
                                    notified of such a proposal be-                                            are to begin soon.                 3D feel, the extension will have|chalrman Wallace Bennett an-
    The state said the only valid fore work is started on the 1962-
                                                                          And Baffin Rds.                         According to Luke Pryor, build- a snack bar, equipment, utility nounced that a huildin^ fund fail             teacher into a hail to ring 1 police asked some questions to
 pacts were those for 10-ycar 63 school budget                              The new extension, left portion    inj( chairman and vice president,.and storajjc rooms and a 20x311 - w i l l be held from Aug. 25 to Sept         "change of class" 1-'II acci- determine if the false alarm
 periods where the receiving dis- Holmdel officials said the ques-        In photo above, will be built on     the plan to expand the building [foot meeting room.                 2 next year,                                dentally pushed a fire alarm was more of a prank than a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                button.                             mistake. But in the end they
                                    tion of transferring students to      the southerly side of the existing   has been considered for nearly The meeting nnd apparatusj T h e                   general   membership                                              were satisfied: The hoy Bound-
               Notlce               Red Bank next year has not been       building (right above.) It will be   two years. Alfred T. Robblns, rooms both will connect to the:agreed that the proceeds from the                     The alarm sounded on all fire ing the alarm Was more scared
    Now located in Red Bank. decided.                                     approximately 2,500 square feet I    president, .Indicated the decision    existing first aid room.             company's annual fund drive wil      sirens, whistles and bells in than anybody else,
 House of Curtains. 4 White St. Red Bank's position during the            approximately 2,300 square feet      to proceed came when the recent         The addition will have a brick     he used lor tlie regular operation   Ocean Grove and throughout
 Featuring the largest selections original request wan that it would      in size and is planned to house      firemen's fair proved to he a         exlorior and he semi-colonial In     and maintenance nf the com-           the. township., A dozen fire           A Clean Car Rides Better
 of ready made curtains, drap- iccept all Holmdel students on             crash and rescue trucks which        financial success. Mr. Robbins        style to harmonize with the exist-   pany, The First Aid Squad wi          trucks, three ambulances and Butch's Automatic Car Wash.
 eries and bed spreads              a two-year renewable contract         the company and the First Aid        declined last night to give details   ing structure, built in 11152 at R   assist in raising money for build-    four police cars were won on Across from A&P, Newman
 -Adv.                              basis only.                           Squad hope to purchase aoon.         on the profit the company real-       reported cost of approximately       ing payments and maintenance.         their way.                         Springs Rd., Red Bank.—Adv.
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                                         Appeals
                                                                                     New Jersey ~- Considerable
                                                                                  cloudiness early this morning!                    (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                         erty back in case of nattonal
                                                                                                                                                         emergency.                           v .    <Conttauid);
                                                                                  with a few sprinkles with clouds New Jersey drew up plans to An important part of the plans, tor $37,994.70, for reconstruction
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         •               OBITUARIES
                                                       (Continued)                breaking and becoming mostlj develop the peninsula along the Adams said, would involve roads of a bridge on Brandt Av»., Lit-
                                                                                                                                                         leading to Sandy Hook. He said tle Silver, in connection with cor-
                                           building at 109 Campbell Ave., fair later today. A few widely lines of Jones Beach in New                                                                                                 VIOLA PORTER             in. charge of the Robert A; Braun
                                            both Port Monmouth.                   scattered showers this evening York for $6 million, lt would highways In the area are heavily rection of a joint Red Bank-                                                  Hone for Funerals. Services, will
l^c.                Rlverriew
                                              The following Middletown ap-                            w i t-h s o rp have served up to 150,000 people congested now, though a four-! Little Silver-Shrewsbury drain- FAIR HAVEN - Miss Viola be Saturday in the Fred Herbst
  i.-^JMr. t o d M n . Prances Bergin                                                                 cloudiness am a day.                               lane highway leads up to the! age probietn.                        Porter, 53, of 39 Kemp Ave., died
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and Son Funeral Home, Brook-
 y M t Stattalr PL, Middletown. son, peals were stipulated:                                           fog later ta- But the Army changed its plans military reservation.                                                    yesterday in her home softer
                                               A reduction from $5,300 to                                                                                                                   The Monmouth Consolidated long illness.                           lyn, and burial will be in Ocean-
   .yesterday.                                                                                        night. Tomor and installed a Nike missile base Meyner said, "We la New Jer- Water Company wiU contribute
 .V Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seitz, 144 $2,630, building owned by Charles                                                                                                                                                                                          view Cemetery, Staten Island.
                                                                                                      row p a r t i at Fort Hancock on the Hook sey appreciate the fact that con- $12,000 to the over-all bridge cost Miss Porter was born here and
     Monroe Ave,, West Keansburg, j j . Pittner, 277 Wiliiams PI.; a                                  cloudy, warme and New Jersey's hopes werejsideratipns of national defense! because a 36-indi company main was the daughter of Mrs. Julia
                                            reduction from $22,600 to $16,500,                                                                                                                                                                                     JOHN A. KUTANICK ID
     ion, yesterday.
                                           building owned bv Angus .and],                             and more hu shelved until this year.               must come first, but we also ap- is suspended under the bridge. Theresa Kingston Porter of this
         Mr. and Mrs. George Rinear,
                                            Jean Murison, 303 Main St., Bel                           mid. High to H. Mat Adams, state conserva- preciate the desire of our na-                       Beach Aid
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            place and the late Edward, Por- KEANSBURG — John A. Kut-
      WHson Ave., Matawan, son, yes
                                            ford, and a reduction from $9,000,                        day around 80 tion commissioner, said the fed- tional government to begin action Okayed appropriation of $4,550 ter. She was a communicant ol anick, 3d, six-manth-old ton of
  *terd«y.
                                            to $6,700, personal property, on                          low t o n i g h eral government seems seriousj that will add Sandy Hook to our, for a timber bulkhead near Mon Nativity Catholic Church.'               John A. and Myrtle Koyi Kuta-
   - Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Knodd,
                                            a Rt. 35 gas station owned by                             about 70 a n about leasing 390 acres at the! recreational areas."              '                                        Besides her mother, she is sur nick, Jr., 68 Maplewood Ave.,
                                                                                                                       southern end of Sandy Hook to! Taking part in the meeting yes- mouth B e a c h           C l u b and vived by two brothers, Ralph and died suddenly yesterday in Riv-
                                          j the Dean Oil Co., Scotch Plains.                          high tomorrow                                                                       $800 for jetty repairs in Majias- Edward Porter, both of Fair Ha erview Hospital.
                                                                                                                       the state.                        terday were Meyner; Adams;
                                                    Reserved Decision                                  in the 80s.
          Mr. and Mrs. Donald White,                                                            MARINE                    It is just a matter of working U. S. Sen. Harrison A. Williams, quan. Both grants represent 10 ven.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The boy is also survivied by
 •' 101 Queens Dr. South, Little Sil- The tax board reserved deci- Cape May to Block Island — out acceptable plans with the Jr., D-N. J.; U. S. Sen. Clifford per cent of total estimated costs Services will be held at 8 a.m.
                                            sion on die following Middletown                                                                                                              w i * the baknee pledged by the                                     his maternal grandparents, Mr.
     v e r , daughter, yesterday.                                                 East to southeast winds toda; U. S. Interior Department, Adams P. Case, R-N. J.; Secretary of state and municipality.                     Saturday from the Anderson Fu- and Mrs. Zolton Koyi of this
          Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kross,                                               and toni ht
                                                                                                                       said. He said the two depart- the Army Elvis J. Stahr; Secre-                                        neral Home, Red Bank. A high place; his maternal great-grand-
                                                                                            B              g
      26 Stempler Ct, Keansburg, John T. and Robert L. H e n - j s o u ,t h w e 5 t n ' r t^ orm ian e a ssouth r :t ments see eye-to-eye on keeping tary of the Interior Stewart L. Added $10,200 to Hie author- requiem mass will be offered at
                                                                                               o he n    r        F
      daughter, yesterday.                  drickson, $50,600 to $28,300, l a n d !
                                                                                  dav
                                                                                                             , °?      Sandy Hook from becoming "an- Udall; Assistant Defense Secre- ized cost of a new" county mos- 9 o'clock in Nativity Church. mother, Mrs. Myrtle Hubbi of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Port Monmouth; -his paternal
          Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ring- and $2,500 to $0 building                         : Velocities about 10 knots other Coney Island."                  tary Thomas D. Morris, and De- quito commission building in Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              grandparents, Mr; and M n . John
 ;. wpld, 120 Poole Ave., Union on a five-aore tract on Rt. 35, A                 Visibility three to five miles to       Multiple-purpose use will be! fense Department aides.           Wayside, New Shrewsbury. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            etery.
       Beach, ton, yesterday.               and $35,000 to $23,000 on an ad- *f- lowering to one to thr& the goal, Adams said. That in-                                                   structure originally was to cost,                                   A. Kutanlck, Sr., of Highlands,
                                            jacent five-acre trad; William m i l p s locally, less than one mil: cludes maintaining the oldest                                            $45,000. Alterations jn design,                                     and his paternal great-grand-
         .Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Jennings,
    ' » ' Frost Cir., Middletown, son,
  . this morning.
                                            and Ada F. Woodward 42 Frost i n f o 8 knight, improving to thre lighthouse in the United States1
                                            Ave., $3,100 to $900, land; Les- <°        five miles Frldav                                          Nuclear
                                                                                                           : Variabli (built in 1762), preserving a lush
                                                                                                                                                                                          landscaping and beautificaton MRS. AGNES OVERBAUGH mother, Mrs, D o n Brltton of
                                                                                                                                                                                          were recommended by New EATONTOWN — Mrs. Agnes Highlands.
                                            lie Gray, Rt. 35, $10,400 to $5,200. j cloudinessr.lhrough Friday.          »rowth of American holly, allow.            (Continued)           Shrewsbury municipal officials Overbaugh, 67, of 354 Broad St., The funeral will be tomorrow
          Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walling, 102
       Jackson S t . Keyport, daughter, land, and $19,000 to $7,000, build                                              ng for birdwatching, preserving! States wiH lire an underground and were agreed to by the Free- died yesterday in her home.           at 11 a.m. in Scott Funeral
                                            ing at 1751 Rt. 35 and Frederick                      Tides                the sand dunes and permitting nuclear blast within two weeks holders.                                  Mrs. Overbaugh was bora in Home, Belford, with Rev. H. H.
       yesterday.
                                            P. Hjllman, $4,000 to $3,000,                    (Sandy Hook)              both ocean and bay bathing.                                                                          Holyoke, Mass., daughter of the McConnell, pastor of the Keans-
          Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monto, 131                                                                                                                 to test a small battlefield war- Agreed to widen River Rd,
                                                                                     Today — High 7:03 p.m.
       Campbell St., Union Beach, land, and $20,000 to $17,000,1                                                                Island Beach Plan        head and the effectiveness of Rumson, by 10 feet at Biagham late John and Catherine Fisher, burg Methodist Church, officiat-
      .daughter, Tuesday.                   building, on Chapel Hill Rd., Friday — High 7:30 a.m. anc Adams said the development new detection equipment.                                 Ave., where the county has in- and had'lived in Eatontown 10 ing. Burial will ba in Fair View
                                                                                  7:41 p.m., low 1:30 a.m. an
    , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herlihy, and $2,000 to $1,200 on an adjac-                                                   would probably follow the plan The U.S. decision to resume; stated a traffic signal. The yean. She was a member of the Cemetery.
                                                                                  1:36 p.m.
  . S Marsand Dr., Hazlet, daughter, ent three-acre tract.                                                             'or Island Beach, a remarkably, tests touched off demonstrations borough is to give the county Women's Republican Club and the
    . Tu«day.                                  The board adjourned a hear-i (For Fed Bank and Rumsoi similar state-owned peninsula 40|yesterday in London and'Copen- the necessary rights of way. TheSandolphin chapter, Eastern Star,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   KILLED ON TURNPIKE
          Mr. and Mrs. Donald Me Crac ing on an appeal for a personal] B r i d g e add two hours; Se; mile3 to the south.                                hagen. London police arrested widening wil make for less inter-! Surviving are two daughters,
  - ken, 19 Glen Oaks Dr., New Mon-        •property reduction from $24,000! Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long Meyner said the Defense De-I 120. ban-ihe-tomb demonstrators ference with through traffic at Mrs. Gloria Smith of this place, HIGHTSTOWN-Frank Onembo,
       mouth, daughter, Tuesday.            to $15,000 on inventory at the' Branch, deduct 15 minutes High partment also asked for long who flapped down on sidewalks the crossing.                                         and Mrs. Evelyn Wendelken of 41, of 384 Forrest Ave., Kearny,
     / Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tyndell, 6 Fabric Fair Inc., Middletown I lands Bridge add 40 minutes.)                      term plans covering development] near the U.S. Embassy, About                                        Brooklyn; a son, George Over- was killed yesterday when a tir*
    "Crossway, Middletown Township, Shopping Center.                                                                   of the entire peninsula.          2,500 Danish pacifists picketed It adds upl More and more baugh of Cleveland, Ohio; a
   / • o n , Tuesday.                          The owner was ordered to sub- CHICAGO (AP) — The nation': Adams said a lease arrange-lthe American Embassy in Co-] people use The Register ads each brother, John Fisher of Holyoke, on his truck blew out, causing
     ' *Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green mit more data on inventory.                     weather showed only minoi ment would probably have to bejpenlhagen alter picketing the So- issue because results come fast-: Mass., and nine grandchildren. him to craih and overturn on the
     .wood, Rt. i, Frtehold, son, yes- On Atlantic Highlands appeals, changes today, with more warm worked out, so that the Army! viet Embassy.                                           er.-r-Advertiseinent.               Local funeral arrangements are New Jersey Turnpike, pollca said.
       terday.                              Charfes J. Hesse received a stip- and humid air in much of thi
         Mr. and Mrs. George Wood, ulation lowering tfie assessment eastern third, fairly cool in north
       MO Front St., Union Beach, on tfie pier at the municipal har- ern border regions and a few wet
      daughter, today.0                    bor from $32,500 to $20,000.           spots.
            Monmouth Medteal Center                Lower Assessments                 Severe thunderstorms nimbler
          Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Picard, Other stipulations agreed to across sections of the Ohio Valley
      • 1 Pavilion Ave., Long Branch, were a reduction from $2,000 to with tornadic winds lashing
      twin daughters, yesterday.           $1,500, land, and $7,300 to $7,000 rural area 10 miles south of Ely
                                                                                  ria, near Lagrange. No injuriei
          Mr. and Mrs. Melvin O'Neal, building, owned by Edward H.
                                                                                  were reported.._More than
 ^JO South AvKT^Atlantlc High- GteBj2&L Ocean Blvd., a n d a j e -
       lands, son, yesterdy.               auction from $4,600 to $3,500, inches of rain drenched northern
                                           land, and $200 to $100, personal, sections of Columbus, but onl;
          Mr. and Mrs. Lorin McRae, 60




                                                                                                                                                                            TTE EVENT
                                           on property owned by lohn R. one-fifth Inch of rain fell at th
      Parmalea Rd., New Shrewsbury,
                                           Danick, 105 Vest Washington Airport Weather Station on thi
      •on, yesterday.                                                             east side of the city.
                                           Ave.
          Mr. and M n . John Messina,
                                              Decision was reserved on ap- Outside the northern regions,
       I108U Sunset Are., Asbury Park,
                                           peals of Frederick and Lillian temperaturesrnostly were in thi
      ton, Tuesday.
                                           WalsJi, 4 Scenic CV, for a reduc- 60s and 70s some 80s in the ex-
         Mr. and M n . Melvin Htlleran,
                                           tion from.$3,100 to $2,500, land, treme South. Northern Maiw
      US Fair Haven Rd., Fair Haven,
                                           and $10,400 to $9,500, building, was chilly with 40-degree read-
      ton, Saturday.
                                           and Wayne and Anita Wenger, I ings while it was 92 at Blythe
          Mr. and M n . Joseph Dillon, Scenic Ct., a reduction from
                                                                                  Calif.
      111 Bath Ave., Long Branch, son, $3,100 to $2,700, land, and $9,7!>0
      Saturday.                            to $9,200 on a building.
          Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cam- In the lone Highland appeal,
      •o, 355 Bath Ave., Long Branch, the board reserved decision on
                                                                                     Some early morning reports,
                                                                                  New York 73 partly cloudy; Chi
                                                                                  cago 70, clear; Boston 64, clear;
                                                                                                                                      By Daystrom, over 8 0 styles in all.
                                                                                  Washington 77, cloudy; Atlanti
      daughter, Saturday.                  a request for a reduction on a 73, cloudy; Miami 83, clear; Lou

        •
            Patterns Army Hospital
                Fort Monmouth
                                           $500 land and $1,900 building as- isville 71, clear; Detroit 6!
                                           sessment on property owned by cloudy; St. Louis 66, clear, Min
          Second L t and Mrs. Thomas Howard and Mae CanoH, 56 neapolis 58, clear; Kansas Cit;
                                                                                                                                           Smartly styled, and value-priced!
      E . Brannlng, 70 Main St., Ocean- Huddy Ave.                                73, clear Denver 57, clear Dallas
      port, son, Tuesday.                     The board announced that a 83, clear Phoenix 81, clear; Sea1
          Sgt. First Class and Mrs. Vin- hearing win be held Sept. 15 _n tie 56, cloudy; San Francisco 56
      cent M. Marchesano, 710 Marsha Asbury Park, on an appeal filed clear; Los Angeles 84, clear;
      Dr., Neptune, son, Tuesday,           by Connors Hotel seeking reduc- Anchorage 50, rain, and Honoluli
                                            tions from $14,800 to $14,200, 78, clear.

   Democrats                                land and $34,500 to 520,000, build-
                                            in*.
                    (Continued)
                                               In two little1': Silver p p ^
                                            tfie board reserved decision off]  Industrial                                                                                                                                5 Piece Block Coloramic
      would be in disagreement with a request by John and Nancy                                (Continued)
      the ex-judge and suggested this Foster, Parker Ave., for a reduo and that Lily-Tulip has no rlgh
      was because Mr. Giordano had tion from $3,700 to $3,000 on a to "dictate" zoning regulation:
      been "on the bench and away building and a request by to the township.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         95
      •ram the scene for some time." Thomas and Agnes Cuarado,
      He pointed out his disagreement Point Rd., tor a reduction from
      was in "good taste" and re- $2,350 to $2,000, land and $8,950 It has also been pointed Uui
      peatedly spoke of Mr, Giordano to $6,000 on a building.
      as "my good friend." Mr. Kier-
                                                                                              Large Ratable

                                                                                   that the Industrial park could, a
                                                                                   its maximum development, tote
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Only 5 9
      nan said Monmouth's campaign                                                 $40 to $60 million in ratables, ani
      schedule was unequaled in the
      stats.,-
                                         Buildup                                   employ more than 8,000 worken
                                                                                     Mr. Carton said yesterday tha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    w MMfrnri
                                                        (Continued)                there might be a way to satisif;
          Mr. Giordano said he probably
      would not be back In a political quarters and Headquarters De-               both sides, by zoning a strip ad                                                                                                                                 Grey Poplar table with 4 Grey
      campaign except that Mr. Hughes tachment, Newark; 349th Hospi- jacent to Rt, 35 (on the nortl                                                                                                                                                 RegeMy chairs. Table top M in
      had asked him to take a hand. tal, Lodi; 338(h Ordnance Battal- side) with a higher lot-size ri
      With obvious reference to his dis- ion, Headquarters and Headquar- quirement, and zoning the ba                                                                                                                                               stain, m v , and b«r>-]>r*«f
      appointment that Gov. Robert B.                                              ance of the park site (in Holmdel
                                           ters Detachment, Dover, and the with a three-acre minimum,
      Meyner had not promoted him to
                                           962nd Quartermaster Detachment, Raritan officials have already
      tbe Superior Court, he added:
                                           Sewaren.                                said they would be willing to zon.
          "Why should I, the way 1 have                                                                                                                                                                                                             Emy ewe? Tat, «MI
                                                         Step-Up                   the entire 75 acres'in Rarita:
      been treated."
          Pleading with the district lead- WASHINGTON (AP) - The with a three-acre minimum.                                                                                                                                                         faiip. t—I
      ers to press tor ultimate favor- Army appeared today to be                                Likes Idea
      able results. Mr. Kiernan; Mr. wheeling four National Guard Mr. Rice said later yesterda
      Giordano; Mrs. Katharine Elkus infantry and armored divisions that he would not be unwillin:
      White, vice chairman of the state into position to free Regular Ar- to consider some such compro-
      committee; Mr. "Applegate, and my divisions for movement mise and indicated that "thi
      Eugene Lowensteln, mayor of overseas, If the Berlin crisis be- type proposal could be the an
      Bradley Beach and Mr. Hughes' comes acute.                                  swer."
      county campaign manager, were The four Guard divisions — "I would like to talk to Mr,
      agreed that a few more Demo-          the 26th Infantry of Massachu Carton and the Holmdel official
      cratic votes in each district—Mr. setts, the 28Ui Infantry of Penn-J about this idea," he added.
      Kiernan said a total turnover of sylvania, Hie 32nd Infantry of; The park proposal was mitiatec
      3,000 who normally vote Repub- Wisconsin and t+ie 49uh Armored by Raritan Mayor Philip J. Bian
      lican—will spell Democratic vic- of Texas—yesterday were put on da, Jr., and Raritan Committee-
      tory. Mr. Giordano said, "It will notice that they face possible man Marvin Olinsky In Octobei
                                                                                                                           7 Pc. Bronze Cotoramic
      turn this county topsy turvy and calls to federal duty. Such a rail of last year.
      the Republicans won't know what could come in a matter of weeks. The Holm^el- Planning Board,
      happened to them."                      Along with 475 lesser Guard even though it Is split on zon
          Others who spoke were Asscm- and Reserve units in 46 states ing details, has gone on record
      Wy candidates Elliot L. Katz of and Hie District of Columbia1 in a general way in favor of thi
 " l o n g Branch, Dr. Lorenio F. Har these divisions were given a top
      rls of Asbury Park, and Coun; priority label by tfie. Army.
                                                                                                                           Only
      eilman William F. X. Connell of         "™ey will begin an inlensi-
                                                                                                        h act
      Atlantic Highlands, assembly can-ifi«J training program m,,,,™.-,
                                                            ,,.>, s .«. u             rf
                                                                                                         =f
                                                                                            but most of the tr               Yes, you've found a lwy! Tli«
                                                                                                                           Briar table ha* a Daystremite top
  Little Silver, freeholder nominee:
  Glenn L. Swader, commissioner of       said.                                                                             that won't mar, scratch, ar burn.
  permanent registration, and Mrs
  Helen Hill, county Democratic
                                           The divisions and the individ-
                                         ual units, combat and supportj        Qrid Practice                               The 6 chairs have dramatic wic«-
  vice chairman and president of         type*, wiii be reinforced from                                                    b«ck styling, washable
  tKe Women's Democratic Club.           the Ready Reserve pool to bring
                                         them to near full strength.'
                                                                               Injury Fatal                                Tan Amiqtte. At dm price, aa ex-

  Land-Grant                             designated colleges and univer-       To Youth, 17                                ceptional ratae, typical • ! Half
                                                                                                                           man & Boyle!                  '
                                         sities.                                   KEANSBURG - Services fir
  Act to Be                                 The act enabled some states to Charles Henry Bennett, 17-ycar
                                         start new colleges. But here in old son of Mr. and Mrs.-Theo-
                                        the East many states designated dore Smith, Tower Trailer Court,
  Observed                              existing institutions to receive the McKee City, were held Tuesday
                                        benefits of the Land-Grant Act in the Ryan Funeral Home, here.
     NEW BRUNSWICK - Rutgers and discharge its obligations. New Mr. and Mrs. Smith are former
   University is planning many ac- York State chose Cornell, and residents of the Mlelevlllc Trailer
   tivities and events in the year Yale served as Connecticut's Court, Keansburg.
   ahead to celebrate the centennial and grant colics? for a number The Dennett youth died Friday
   M the Land;Grant Act.               iof years.                              in Atlantic City Hospital from a
     Along with* 68 other colleges and j The colleges of agriculture and cerebral hemorrhage resulting                                                                                                                  OPEN EVENINGS
  pniver6ities in the land-grant *ys-jensineeriiif; at Rutgers have ben-jfronv injuries he. received during
  tern, the University will recall the efited most from the financial football practice at Oakhurst
 events of a hundred years apo support provided by the Land- High. Srhnol. He was a senior at                                                                                                                                                                             BATONTOWM
"that brought • new concept of Grant Act.                                   ithp" srlionl.                                    Use our 30 Day Charge Account.
 Righer education.                         tmphasis by all land-grant col ' While a irsidrnt of Kransburg
                                                                                                                              Or our 90 Day ."i-Poyment Budget Plmn,                                                                                                     SPRINGFIELD
 . Chartered as Queen's College in ]Cj;es Ihroujjli'lhe vear will lie on ; i )r aftfiidr-il Keyport Ilijh Srhool.
 1766, Rutgers was only a fewithc future-—how they can improve Besides his parents he is'sur-
 years short of Its own 100th anni-;their services here and abroad, vii'ed hy his maternal gmnclmoth.
 versary when President Lincoln                                              ( . r] M , S . Stella Ranjjnvcs of New'
                                                                                                                              St. per month, service charge.
                                                                                                                              Or our Inmrrd ExttmAeA Payment Plan                                   HUFFMAN
                                                                                                                              up to 18 mmths.                                                     ROUTE 35 CIRCIj:, EATOiyTOWN-LIIierty 2-1010
 signed M,act infroduced by Sen. Vie rity of St. Charles was flic'.York Cily. ;md his paternn]
 Justin Smith' Murrlll of Vermont,^capital o( Missouri when the state'grandparonts, Mr. and Mrs. John                                                                                                       Opposite Monmouth Shopping Center                    IHACKINSACK
 The legislation provided for the|w8s admitted tn the union in|smith of Ilclfrird
 distribution of funds from the sale 1820. The nnpinal rapilnl build- Burial was in Fair View Ceme-
      public lands In the West to ing still Hands on South Mnln St. tery, Middleloivn. '                        ."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        BANK REGISTER                Tbaniiy, Sept 7? 1%1-i
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Battleship
      Successful Investing                                                                                                                                                                           Returned To                             Only Trying Wants Hearing
           Dollar Averaging Stock                                                                                                                                                                    Home State                              To Help     On Finances
          Does Require Will Power                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OfWNTA-TV
                                                                                                                                                                                                               BAYONNE (AP)-The mighty NEW YORK (AP)-Dan Lahey
                                                                                                                                                                                                             battleship North Carolina, a vet- say» he was only trying to be
                             By ROGER E. SPEAR                                                                                                                                                               eran of wartime battles from helpful.                                          TRENTON (AP) - Gov. Rob-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Guadalcanal to Tokyo Bay, was Lahey, 22, of 48-21 40th St. ert B. Meyner wants the Federal
                                                                                                                                                                                                             turned over officially yesterday        Long Island City, kept saying i
      Q) "I a n 34 yean old anc not always volatile, wiH fluctuate                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Communications Commission to
   Have just started to invest ir sufficiently to mak« the plan                                                                                                                                              to the state for which it was again and again yesterday as po- hold a public hearing on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                             named.                                  lice questioned him for six hours
    common stocks. I've heard                 operate successfully.                                                                                                                                                                                  about the mysterious death of a financial operation of WNTA-TV
   tot about dollar averaging I would recommend that divi                                                                                                                                                       Sometime next week, Ihe 35,-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     man Lahey insists he never met. (Channel 13).
   Would you please explain this dend paying stocks be used since                                                                                                                                            ©00-ton battle-scarred ship will be                                            Meyner made tfie roquejt
                         to me?" Q. R they can be extremely helpful in                                                                                                                                       towed on its last voyage, from Here is his story:                           yesterday.
                            A) Yes, I providing the cash needed to keep                                                                                                                                      the U. S. Naval Supply Center Lahey, an oil burner sen                         The Governor has already filed
                         be happy to. the plan going during times of                                                                                                                                         here to its final resting place—on man, was driving along on 153rd s brie/ with the FCC containing
                            Dollar avei recession.                                                                                                                                                           Rt. 301 at the Cape Fear River St. near Jamaica Ave. yesterday 70 pages of reasons why he op-
                         aging consist            Incidentally, the Monthly In-                                                                                                                              in Wilmington, N. C, to become morning when he saw a knot o poses the proposed sale of New
                         of tiie period! vestment Plan of Hie NYSE is a                                                                                                                                      a shrine.                               people gathered about a young
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     man lying on the sidewalk.          Jerrey's only channel to educa-
                         oal investmen perfectly sound method of dol-                                                                                                                                           In ceremonies at the Bayonne                                             t'onal television for the Metro*
                         of       e q u a' lar averaging your stock pur-                                                                                                                                     Naval Supply Center yesterday, "This guy needs help," said politan Area Inc. (ETMA).                          r
                         amounts               chases.                                                                                                                                                       Gov. Terry Sanford of North Car- one of the onlookers. Lahey,
                        money regard-                                                                                                                                                                        olina accepted the ship from            good Samaritan, volunteered to Meyner said in the brief She
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        sale would be illegal, unconstitu-
                        less of stock Q) "I own shares of Baldwin-                                                                                                                                           Adm. James S. Russell, vice take the man to ihe hospital.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             chief of naval operations.                 But by the time he'd arrived at tional, and a violation of anti-
    . __                market conji- Lima-Hamilton, acquired five                                                                                                                                                                                  Mary Immaculate Hospital a trust laws.
       SPSAR            tloas. The pur- years ago in an estate. The                                                                                                                                            The North Carolina, commis-                                                 Acting Attorney Gen. Theodores
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    block away, the man was dead
   pose of this plan is to prod tfu shares, around IT, seem near                                                                                                                                             sioned in 1941, participated in 50
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The hospital's security officer I. Botter said in a letter to th(P
   Investor into buying shares con their peak now. Do you agree?"                                                                                                                                            World War II engagements. She
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    called police, and Lahey was FCC yesterday a Hearing would
   •latently throughout the entire S. F.                                                                                                                                                                    was damaged several times by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     taken to the Jamaica squad room allow the FCC "to determine the
   length of a stock market swing, A) Ordinarily, I would. How-                                                                                                                                              enemy shells and torpedoes but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       There he told his story over true extent of the profit to he
   By doing so, he will accumulate ever, your company is one of IT W A S 1ACK TO SCHOOL for Keansburg Borough officials and parents at the always returned to action. She
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    and over while police tried in vain gained by NTA in this uiiusual
   substantially more stock during numerous' cyclical Issues current Keansburg Public School held open houie last night. Here Superintendent of Schooli was deactivated to the Atlantic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to find someone who had seen financial transaction."
   periods of market weakness, ly enjoying renewed investor in-                                                                                                                                             Reserve Fleet here June 27, 1947.                                              WNTA is, getting $6.2 nfiilion
                                                                                    Thomas C. Garrison, seated, explains curriculum to, from left, Jeremiah Wilton, vice                                                                            Lahey do his attempted act of
   which will have the effect of re- terest. The shares are acting                                                                                                                                             Th North Carolina earned 12 kindness. They had no better luck for a property it bought for \est
   ducing the average -cost per well and I believe they should president of the Board of Education; Charles E. Got, board member, and Mayor Louis battle stars during campaigns at                                                                                                      than $3.5 mMon, Meyner says.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    in identifying the dead man and,
   sfeare of Ml total holdings.               eventually move to somewhat Collichio. "                                                                                                                      Guadalcanal, the Solomons, Iwo pending an autopsy, assumed he'd Botter added that these figures
      Do>lar averaging is a mechani- higher levels.                                                                                                                                                          Jima and Okinawa.                      died of natural causes.             do not show the full profit be-
   cal formula which, once set up,                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Lahey, finally released from cause the station's owner, Nn-
   requires little additional Invest-
   ment judgment. Also, the under-       Kelly Attends                                                                                                       Mother Want                                          CIVIC UNIT MEETING -              the station in late afternoon, com- tional Telefilm Associates, i?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mented:                             keeping several subsidiary cor-
   lying trend of the U.S. economv                                                                                                                                                                             HAZLET - William J. Honan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "From now on, I'm not stop- porations.
   Is upward, and as long as stock
  prices rise, respectable profits       Jet School                                                                                                          Beauty Queen                                  v
                                                                                                                                                                                                            41 Chestnut Ridge Rd., president ping for anything."
                                                                                                                                                                                                             of the Holmdel Civic Association,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Two weeks ago Meyner asked
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Hie FCC to open its confidential
   should eventually be made.                     RED BANK — Marine Private                                                                                                                                 has announced there will be- a
      However, dollar averaging is first class William R. Kelly, son
  pot a foolproof method, The plan of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kelly
                                                                                                                                                             To Visit Home                                   meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Holmdel Elementary School.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ground Beetles                             financial records on WNTA, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the FCC said their files dp not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        contain the kind of information
  must be adhered tojoonsistentiy 4~~Mlnt0n La., Fair HavenTT
   In order to be really profitable, attending the jet mechanic school
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Invade Houses
                                                                                                                                                                            ASBURY PARK - Mrs^Renatej F o l l f f w i n g , h , n o t i n g , there
                                                                                                                                                                          Stachura, a 19-year old German- will be a Board of Trustees meet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  want*

   Sine* a complete market cyde Memphis, Tenn. Pfc. Kelly was                                                                                                             born blonde who won the Miss ing.                                            FREEHOLD — Some Mon- Botter said in a letter to* the
  often takes considerable time, a enlisted in the corps under the            -                                                                                        < Sea Queen contest here two weeks                                           mouth County. home-owners re- FCC yesterday that the lade of
  lot Of will power is needed to aviation duty guarantee program                                                                                                       J ago, said afterwards she migh                                              port that ground beetles are in- information on file is another
  keep the plan going, particularly                                                                                                                                     , spend some of her $1,260 prire
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        reason
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Be a Knit-Whiz vading their houses. To the home- ing on for calling a public .hear-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the proposed sale.
  when business conditions are not                                                                                                                                      'traveling back to West Germany                                             maker uninitiated in the lore of
  .too good.                                                                                                                                                              for a reunion with her mother.                                            bugs, this can be somewhat Botter, acting as attorney for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    alarming.                           Mayner and the state, said it
     A conservative dollar averag-                                                                                                                                           Yesterday she got a specia
  ing program would involve us-                                                                                                                                         'plea from her mother to do so                                                 Ground beetles are almost rec- is also important to determine
  ing growth stocks which, while                                                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                                                                                             Mrs. Gretel      Laemers, ol                                           tangular in shape, very dark the gross amount of business that
                                                                                                                                                                          Schwetzingin, West Germany,                                               brown, with rather hard shelled would_go to six New York tele-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    wings. They come in such num- vision stations when WNTA
                                                                                                                                                                         mother, read of her daughter's
 Market In                                                                                                                                                              i triumph in a West German news
                                                                                                                                                                         paper. She quickly asked the pa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bers, according to County Agent ceases to be a business compe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    M. A. Clark, that when they sud- titor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    denly appear in the basement or Five of the stations are report-
 Sharp Rally                                                                                                                                                             per's editorial staff to contact
                                                                                                                                                                         the pretty 105-pound theater
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    under the doors their presence is edly contributing $2 million to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    most annoying.                      ETMA for purchase of Channel
                                                                                                                                                                         ticketseller at her home in New-
     NEW YORK (AP) -                 Wall                                                                                                                                                                                                              The county agent assures home 13. Botter said the New I York
  Street yesterday showed its re-                                                                                                                                         ton.                                                                      owners that ground beetles are stations may pick up enough
                                                                                    W A T C H FOR F A L L O U T — Ichiro-Uchiyama, technician
  lief at the postponment of t£ie                                                   at Tokyo office of Central Meteorological Observatory
                                                                                                                                                                            Asbury Park Publicity Director                                          relatively harmless, since they new business to can-el out the
  strike deadline, against Genera                                                                                                                                         George Zuckerman was called                                               do not attack people, contami- money they are contributing.
  Motors and the stock market                                                       of Japan, uses abacus and slide rule to compute radio- yesterday when the corresponden                                                                          nate food, destroy fabrics, or mu-
  staged a atiarp rally with motors                                                 activity in dutt from the atmosphere in Tokyo. Such for a German news chain said                                                                                tilate plants. However, they are           KENNY ACQUITTED
  and other industrials forging                                                                                                                                                                                                                     usually unwelcome and the coun- NEW YORK (AP) - Bernard
                                                                                    tests have been conducted for several years but techni- he couldn't fipd a phone for Mrs.
  ahead.                                                                                                                                                                  Stachura.                                                                 ty agent suggests that they may F. Kenny, former executive di-
     Of 1,276 issues traded gainer                                                  cians have baen especially buty since the reported Rus-                                    She doesn't have one," Mr                                            be discouraged by applying chlor- rector of the Jersey City, N.J.,
 outnumbered loser by 562 to                                                        sian nuclaar tests over recent dayt.                                                  Zuckerman responded. The cor-                                             dane dust or spray in a band 3 Redevelopment Agency, has been
  481.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              or 4 feet wide around the founda- acquitted of a charge of driving
                                                                                                            (AP Wirephoto by radio from Tokyo) respondent, dutifully determined
     Fourteen of the 16 most active                                                                                                                                       to help his West German reader,                                           tion" of the home.                  while intoxicated.
  stocks advanced and 2 declined.                    Pfc William R. Kelly                                                                                                 said he would try a. telegram.                                                                                   Magistrate Maurice E. Down-
 The Bowr'v Equipment Manu-
  facturers i-gain lock firs and His assignment was determined                 11 IF Deadline                         Water Projects                                         Mrs. Laemers told newsmen,                                      Astronaut Circus                           ing dismissed the charge on the
                                                                                                                                                                          according to Mr. Zuckerman, she                                                                                ground of insufficient evidence
^ second place anvng the volume by the high standings he attained                                                     Win Approval                                        had not been in contact with he                                    Set at Asbury                               yesterday at the conclusion of
  leaders.                                   in the basic mechanics school,
     American Mschine & Foundry also at Memphis.                               Is Extended                                WASHINGTON (AP) - The
                                                                                                                                                                          daughter for several months and
                                                                                                                                                                          would be delighted to have he                                                 ASBURY PARK — The Le court.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Kenny's trial in vehicle accident
 was the most active stock, up Marines from Red Bank serv WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Appropriations Commitee come home for a visit and dis                                                                                                          Rhodins, Swedish high wire per- Kenny, 38, of 131 Kensington
  1% at 46% on 82,200 shares. Sec- ing with-aviation units are Pfcr Federaf-C-emmanieations Gommis yesterday approved a $960,369,500 play her trophy.                                                                                                formers, will be_featuredat_the Ave.. Jersey City, jvas charged
 ond was Brunswick, up 1% a Douglas Gray, attending the sion has extended from Oct. 2 to water resources construction pro-                                                                                                                           astronaut circus to be presented with driving while intoxicated in
 58% on 60,800 sfcare&JMrd wai aerology school, Lakehurst, and Dec^ 4 the deadline for industry gram for Army Engineers and                                                                                                                          as a free attraction atop Conven- the lower East Side on June 22.
 San Diego Imperial, up % at I1 Pvt. Wayne Kruta, now in re- officials to offer their reactions the Reclamation bureau this year.                                                                                                                   tion Hair               ardwalk, to He was autatixl at 9:35 p.m.
 on 56,400 shares.
     Yesterday's closing stocks:
                                             cruit training at Parris Island, to an FCC move to expand use It provides money for 436 proj-
                                                . C.                             of ultra high frequency television. ects during the year that start-
                                                                                                                                                             Fusion Slate                                                                           morrow and Saturday nights, by on that day at Christie and De-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the Associated Beachfront Mer- lancey Sts. Patrolman Calvin
 ACT Incl             I-T-B CKt Brk 201          Others in this vicinity are TKe FCC made the suggestion ed last July 1. These projects
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                      Jolrae Man
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                      Joy U!<
                                             Lance Cpl. Thomas Rothman, July 28 in a move to relieve have a total estimated federal
                                             Little Silver, aviation electronics congestion on very high frequen- cost to complete of about $17 bll-
                                                                                                                                                             Is Honored                                                                             chants as part of the post-Labor Weber, who filed the complaint,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Day program.                        said Kenny's face was flushed,
 AtltClut
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                      KaHer Al
                      Kenneoott              at Cherry Point, N. C , and Pfc. cy television band?. VHF bands Hon.                                                           UNION BEACH - Guests of See how swiftly you can knit Robert Fountain of merchants his eyes bloodshot and had a
 Allied Cb            Koppara                                                                                                                                                                                                                       unit said the act would be pre- strong odor of alcohol.          ,
 Allll Chal           K « t 88               Peter Hoffman, also of Little Sil- run from 2 to 13. UHF channels Tfae bill is the last major ap- honor at the fusion slate kickoff a set of matched accessories for sented at 10 o'clock each night
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                      Kroger                  r
                                                er, helicopter mechanics in Ok! go from 14 through 83.                 propriation measure pending be- picnic Sunday, were Thomas Cor- bedroom with this smart square. with the high spot on which the
                      Leeaona                                                                                                                                            rade, candidate for mayor and JIFFY-KNIT in 4 strands Of                                                          No problem finding tenants
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 Am Can               Lthljh CAN             nawa; From New Shrewsbury, The FCC said this would help fore this session of Congress.                                                                                                                 performers work being illuminat- when you advertise The Register
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                      Leh Port C
                      Lth Val Inil           Pfc. Kevin Fitzgerald, hydraulic    solve the problems of broadcast It is scheduled to be brought candidates for council seats, Rob- string or rug cotton. Picot edg- ed.                                                                  way.—Advertisement.         , •
                                                                                                                                                                         ert Holland and Bernard Mar- ing creates open-work effect. Pat-
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                      LOF Glass              mechanics in Memphis, and from interference and new station chan- up in the House for considers
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 Am Smelt             Lib Mc.\-*I.           Keansburg, Pfc. Ralph Puglisi. nel allocation.                            tion today but if a roll call vote ciniak.                                   *       tern 688: directions 10-inch square
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 Am T(1        u s Lukent Bll                flight equipment specialist at Initial industry reaction was un is demanded final passage will be The affair, held in Pete's Hall 'or scarf, mats, bedspread.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 EXCEPTIONAL
 Am Tod               Mack Trk                 !herry Point; Lance Cpl. Thomas favorable. A number of station delayed until tomorrow because was in charge of Fred Varlese. Send thirty-five cents (coins)
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                                               '. Higgins, jet mechanic in representatives asked an addition of a primary election in New Co-chairman was Councilman 'or this pattern — add 10 cents
                      Martin
 Amp Inc              Merck
 Antconda             MOM              55S Hawaii, and Pfc. Christopher O'- al six months to study the sug York.                                                         Frank Raccioppi.                  for each pattern for lst-class
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 Armour A Co Alii Mo Pao A                S Brien, aerology in Japan.            gestion and prepare comment. The amount approved is $57,- The candidates, introduced to mailing. Send to Laura Wheel-


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                GYM SHOE VALUE
 ArmM Ck       «»U   Mont Ward         291!                                      The FCC Tuesday granted an ex- 610,500 under that recommended                           the guests, gave their campaign er, care of The Red Bank Regii
 AIM Oil              Nat Blic       - 77'
 Aleblum             Nat Dairy                                                   tra three months time.               by President Kennedy and $46, motto as "Borough Before Par- ter, Needlecraft Dept, P. O.
 Atl Rtfln           Nat DUUU
                     Nat D i p i
                     Nat Stiel
                     NY Central
                                       <S3U   Egg Market                            VHF was established well be- 512,980 less than Congress appro- ty".
                                                                                 fore UHF stations began opera' priated last year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Box 161, Old Chelsea Station,
                                                                                                                                                                            Refreshment committee aides New York 11, N.Y. Print plain-
                     Nl* M P w                   NEW YORK (AP) - (USDA) tion and it draws the bulk of the The committee included funds were Samuel Hassell, Robert ly pattern number, name, ad-
                     No A m A T
                     Nor Pac       5*        — Wholesale egg offerings ade^ sponsors' dollars. Most TV sets for 64 new construction starts on Monto, Alfonse Corrado, Joseph dress and zone.
                                                                                                                                                                        Nappi, William Tetro, James For the first time! Over 200
                     N w i t Mrlln     7S<   quate on large and more titan are made to receive only VHF projects across the country.
                     Norwich Pn                                                                                                                                         Murphy, Eugene Stout and Benja- designs in our new, 1962 Needle-
                     Ohio Oil                ample on balance. Demand ir- asd would require expensive mod- These amounts are provided in
                     Onto l i a r      IStt regular, but smaller sizes forced ifications to receive UHF.              the bill:                                         min Sauickie.                      craft Catalog — biggest everl
                     Owenj i n a t 82  ._
                     Pan A W Air 17          for sale m some quarters yes- In its July 28 proposal, the FCC Army Engineers $751,618,000.                                    Music was in charge of Harold 'ages, pages, pages of fashions,
                     Param Plct
                     Pennoy JC
                                       70
                                       (9    terday.                             designated eight areas now served Reclamation bureau $208,751,- Eck.                                                      lome accessories to knit, cro-
                                                                                                                      500.                                                  Mr. Varlese announced that :het, sew, weave, embroider,           ider^
                     P i V/wtU
                     Pa FIR
                                       3314
                                       15 >i     New York spot quotations by single VHF stations for future
                     Pepsi Cola        32K follow:                               all-UHF operations. The agency                                                         this was the first of many picnics quilt.     See jumbo-knit nils?
                     Phil El          32%                                        also proposed that technical re-                CREDIT COURSE                          to be given. He said the time and loths, spreads, toys, linens,
                     Thill Pet        58\                Mixed Colors
                                                                                                                                                                        place for the next affair is being fghans plus free patterns. Send
                     Pit Bletl
                     Pub Sv E4G S7S
                                      1211       Extras (47 lbs. min.) 38V4-W; quirements for UHF stations be OAKHURST — As part of the
                     Pll
                     Pullman           36U extras medium (40 lbs. average) relaxed to cut costs.                      regular curriculum of the Ocean scheduled.                                             5c.
                     Pure oil          3i«                                         Areas    wnere    VHF
                     RCA -*=—
                     Reading Co
                                             3041; smalls                      )^
                                                                               n i i M K_
                                                                                                            stations Township Adult School, the New
                                                                                                  ( j _--,„„,._.,
                                             20-21; standards -32-33; checks would be converted to UHF under
                                                                                                                     J e r s e y C r e d j t U n j o n L e a g u e w.n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              LIMITED
                     Repub an
                     Hevlon
                     R«ya Met
                     Rey Tob         1S\
                                             27^-21%.
                                                             Whites
                                                                                 the FCC proposal are:                offer a 10-week course in family
                                                                                    Madison. Wis.; Rockford, III.; finance the credit union way.                                LAWN SEED                                                     TIME
                     Rob Fulton
                     St Joi Lead
                                          li     Extras (47 lbs. min.) 39-40^: Hartford, Conn.; Erie, Pa.; Bing- Classes will be held at the Ocean                                             G.LF. QUALITY
                                       32 ti                                     hamtori, N.Y.; Columbia, S.C.; Township School, Dow Ave.
                     Bt R e j Pap
                     Seari Roeb
                     Shell Oil
                     Sinclair
                                       391, extras medium (40 lbs. average)
                                       7011
                                       <1N
                                             32!4-34'/4; top quality (47 Jbs. Montgomery, Ala., and Cham-
                                             min.) 4454-48V$; mediums (41 Jalgn - Urbana - Danville - Spring It pays to advertise in The
                                                                                                                                                                             Blue Tag Perennial Rye                  $15.50 p y 100 lbs.      ONLY
                     Smith AO                                    I               field-Decatur in Illinois.            Register. —Advertisement.                             Super Sunny Lawn                         $3.25 pit 5 lbs.
                     Bocony                  lbs. average) 34 /$-36'/5; smalls
Bait Kod             Sou Pac           28H   (36 lbs. average) 21-22; peewees                                                                                                Super Shady Lawn                         $3.20 per 5 lbs.
End John             Sou Ry           S7!i
                     Bperry nii               6-17.                                                                                                                          Farmlngdale Fescue Mix                   $3.25 per 5lbi.
                     Bid Brand
                     SM oil c a l
                     Bid Oil NJ
                     Blud Pack
                     Textron
                                      77 li
                                      MM,
                                                            Browns
                                                 Extras (47 lbs. min.) 43-4414;
                                             top quality (47 lbs. min.) 45-47;
                                                                              \ REIDS FALL                                                                                   Premium Merlon Blue Mix
                                                                                                                                                                             Pure Merlon Blue - straight
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      $5.30 ptr 5 lbs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      $8.90 ptr 5 lbs.


                                                                                  DIAMOND SALE                                                                               Pure Kentucky Blue                       $3.35 pir 5 lbs.
                     Tex a Prod              mediums (41 lfos. average) 31(4-
                     TIdewat Oil
                     Texaco                  33(4; smalls (36 lbs. average)                                                                                                  Fine Turf                                $3.35 per 5 lbs.
                     Tranaamer
                     Un Carhldt              U-22; peewees 16-17.
                    Un Piu:       34%                                                                                                                               GET OUR PRICE FOR LARGER QUANTITIES
                    Unit Alrc     51                                                  DIAMOND SOLITAIRE                    Reg. Price $139.50
                    United Cp      «T>           RUTGERS GRANT
                    US Lines
                    U6 Plywd
                    us nub
                   UB Bmelt
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                                            WASHINGTON (AP) - The
                                         National Science Foundation in-                                                     NOW ONLY                                              FERTILIZER
                                         'ormed Sen. Harrison A. Wil-
                                                                                                                              $QQ5°                             5-10-5 Super Plant Food                       $1.95 per 80 lbs.
                   I'B Sleel
                   Van Al stl        i   iams Jr., D-N.J., yesterday it
                   Walworlh        Mi                                                                                                                           5-10-10 Super Plant Food                      $2.45 per 80 lbs.
Hammer P»p 33>i    Warn a Pic     B5'4    ias approved a $200,000 grant to
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III Cent      ib",                         utgers University, New Bruns-                                                                                        10-10-10 Super Plant Food                     $3.05 per 80 lbs.
Int Bui Mth 517';
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                   White Mot               •ick, N.J., for construction of                                                   Save $40.00
Jnt Nick     »:l'i Woolworlti
                                                                                                                                                                10-6-4 Super Plant Food                       $2.85 p t r 80 lbs.
Int Piper    35% Ynj«t 8 h * T           idditional research facilities a<                                                     "Buy the Easy
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                                 Altar a visit folks naturally want
                                                                                 60 BROAD ST.
                                                                                    RED BANK
                                                                                                                         717 C O O K M A N AVE.
                                                                                                                              ASBURY PARK                              HANCE & DAVIS
          to know II you got home OK. A thoughtful phone call                            —Open Wednesday and Friday Evenings—                                   26 Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank                 SHadyslde 7-0103
          Dots <o much to tasa their minds.       Mtw Jiruy B«ll                                                                                                                                                                               HIGHWAY 35                                 MIDDLETOWN
                                                                        4—Thurwiiy, Sept. 7, 1961        RED BANK REGISTER                                                                                    Ln th* .resdmrsjdt thai;
                                                                                                                                     for Beer Party May                                                      bftttta up another youth _ .
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mother towe and left bim un-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Youth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           i n Mftiue
                                                                     DENNIS THE MENACE                                                                                                                  conscioui. GUIea denied the state-
                                                                                                                                  Cost Youth License,                                                   ments, the captajn said.              UNCROFT - Paul VL Snfflen,'
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Gillen was" released in $250 bail electronics technician third class,
                                                                                                                                     FAIR HAVEN - A I I contribu- question bin about a fight he had pending a bearing scheduled Sept. son of Mr. and Mrs. S . Sniffen,
                                                                                                                                  tion towards • beer party may allegedly b e e n bragging about r before --
                                                                                                                                                                                                        19 ' '       Magistrate John V, Swimming River M , is serving
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  -•
                                                                                                                                        James E. GiUeu, 18, of » when they saw him drive a way Crowell.                                     with the Ground Electronics Divi-
                                                                                                                                  Waterman Ave., Rumson, a fine from the L4M Restaurant, tV                                                 sion, operations department, at
                                                                                                                                  of $200 and loss or his license for River Rd.                                   BLOCK PARTY               the Naval Air Station, Brunswick,
                                                                                                                                  two years.                                   Smelted Alcohol            RARITAN TOWNSHIP             The Maine.
                                                                                                                                    Gillen was arrested Monday Capt. Robbins said he (topped            Hidden Hills East Civic Associa-
                                                                                                                                  night and charged with drunk Gillen and detected a heavy odor tion will hold its annual block Prior to reporting here he was
                                                                                                                                  driving alter he failed to pass a of alcohol on the youth's breath. party Saturday at i p.m. at •tattooed at the U. S. Naval Air
                                                                                                                                  drunkometer test given in the He said Gillen denied having been Gerald Ter.                               Station, Quonset Point, R. I.
                                                                                                                                  Shrewsbury state' police bar- drinking and agreed to submit                                                 Before entering the service in
                                                                                                                                  racks. The minimum penalty for to a drunkometer test.                   It pays to advertise In The       1959, he graduated from Red
                                                                                                                                  a first conviction of drunk driving Capt. Robbins Hid Gillen would Register.—Advertisement.               Bank High School,
                                                                                                                                  is a 5200 fine, plus costs and only say he ha., contributed a

                   Classmates                                                                                                     loss of license for at least two
                                                                                                                                  years.
                                                                                                                                     Police Capt. William R. Rob-
                                                                                                                                                                      dollar to a beer party, but would
                                                                                                                                                                      not say where he had been drink-
                                                                                                                                                                      ing.
                                                                                                                                  bins said he and Rumson Patrol- The captain said he and Patrol-
                                                                                                                                  man Walter Pomphrey were on man Pomphrey were investigat-
                                                                                                                                  their .way to Gillen's house to ing reports Gillen had been brag-




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                                                                                                                                         what Improvement you want doit* to yew font
                                                                                                                                         . . . S M US for « low cost bom* Improvemtiir                       F. P, RIST1NE & CO.
                                                                                                                                         tow. V«Hi1llbtprofKH«gyoiiriiMWlB.p«t«t                                                  Established 1902
                                                                                                    am, Milan, Tenn... and Mrs. J.       Investment—your home!
                                                                            Beliord                 R. Carr and daughter, Mrs. How-
                                                                                                    ard Harris, Trenton, Tenn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Membert New York and Phila.-Balti. Stock Exchange*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       American Slock Exchangt
                                                                      Mark Amorino, Bon of Mr. and
                                                                    Mrs. Alan Amorino, Coyns PI,,
                                                                    celebrated his seventh birthday, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Skill-
                                                                                                                                      *jJU«W •Lawn SAMNBS                                                     STOCKS • BONDS - MUTUAL FUNDS
                                                                    Saturday. Attending were Thomas man, Main St., spent the past                AND LOAN ASSN.
                                                                                                                                                 Main 0 f f l c t - 4 « i g tomb                                              Lester R. Ross, Mgr.        .
                                                                    Cohen, Donald Watson, Joseph two weeks touring the South and
                                                                    Mozdierz, Joseph Di Padova, Florida. They visited Mr. and                       Branches: Mlddletown '                                 11 EAST FRONT ST.               RED BANK, NEW JERSEY
                                                                    John Sprain, James Bucher, Jill Mrs. Park Enstice, of Merritt                 Oskhunt, Hobndel, Keypert
                                                                    Huncke, Ginger and Janet Amor- Island, Fla. and Caldwelf.                                                                                        Telephone SHadyslds M f l l — WX-I2*


                                                                      Mark Irwin, son of Mr. and
                                                                    Mrs. Raymond Irwin, Ninth St,
                                                                    celebrated his 11th birthday Sat-
                                                                    urday at the home of Mr. and
                                                                    Mrs. Richard Rast, Navesink, at
                                                                       cookout.

                                                                      Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Kram-
                                                                    pert, Morris Ave., spent the week-
                                                                    end in Lancaster, Pa. and at-
                                                                    tended the Pennsylvania Dutch
                                                                    Farm Frolic.

                                                                      A picnic was held Labor Day at
               Leather-look                                        the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
                                                                   Huncke, Coyne PI., by Mr. and
               Doe-Ion Vinyl Jackets | « q                         Mrs. Charles Winters and family,
               Oilonpilt lining              6-18 1 Z              Mr. and Mrs, John Splain and
                                                                   family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
                                                                   Watson and family, Mr. and Mrs.
               They look like fine capeakln, wear like             John Makley and family, and Mr.
               iron, won't ecufft Cotton-backed Or-                and Mrs. Alan Amorino and fam-
               Ion* acrylic pile linings. Jumbo knit               ily.
               collar, cuffs, waistband. Loden Green.
                                                                    Misses Verna Salmon, Morris
                                                                   Ave., and Patricia Zilly, Walling
                                                                   Ave., spent last week in Wild-
                                                                   wood.

                                                                  I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holds-
                                                                  Lworth, Seventh St., entertained
                                                                   at a baptism party Sept. 3 for the
                                                                   son of Mr. and Mrs. James Marx,
                                                                   Atlantic Highlands. James Robert
                                                                           was baptized in St. Agnes
                                                                         ilic churcfv-Ailantic Hlglt
                                                                             Sponsors were Mr. andj
                                                                   Mrs. Chester Supienski of Leo-
                                                                   nardo. Other guests included Mr,
                                                                   and Mrs. William Senn Jr., Mrs,
                                                                   William Senn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
                                                                   Holcombe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthui
                                                                   Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Gerali
                                                                   Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Georgi
                                                                   Marx, Mrs. William Black Jr.
                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. William Black Sr.,
                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haake, Mrs.
                                                                   Augusta Helt, Mr. and Mrs
                                                                   Charles Riley, Mr. and Mrs. John
                                                                   Oakley, Daniel Fischer and Mr.
                                                                   and Mrs. Robert Holdsworth Jr.

                                                                     Miss Betty Schmitz, Church
                                                                   St., celebrated her 17th birthday
                                                                   Monday, and her brother Freder-
               WashVWear                                           ick, celebrated his seventh birth-
                                                                   day the same day at a party. At-
               Gabardine Slacks                                    tending were Mr. and Mrs.
               no-Iron rayon-Dacron-nylon                          George Schmitz, Michael and
                                                                   Richard Ring, Jack Fields, Thom-
                                                                   as Starnick, Donna and Dennis
                                                                   Schmitz,' this place, and Roberl
               Handsome enough to wear with dressy                 Cartnell of Red Bank.
               jackets, hardy enough to waah without
               pressing. Rich blend of rayon, Dacron*
                                                                     Mrs. W. Addison Lowry and
               polyester and nylon. Black, Loden                   sons David and William of Lotts-
               Green.                                              burg, Vs. spent several days re-
                                                                   cently with Mr. and Mrs. William
                                                                   Sutherland and daughter Susan,
                                                                   Main St.

                                                                    Mrs. Russell Walling, Edwards
                                                                  Ave., spent the past three weeks
                                                                  visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mil-

                                                                           IN NEW POST
                                                                     TRENTON-Charles C. Nathan
                                                                  son has resigned his position in
                                                                  the State^ Conservation Depart-
                                                                   ment to become executive direc-
                                                                  tor of the Jersey City Redevelop-
                                                                  ment Agency. Nathanson was i
                                                                                                                                                      and out!
                                                                  special assistant to the conserva-
                                                                  tion commissioner and a former
                                                                  director of the state's small bus-
                                                                  iness program. In his new position
                                                                  Nathanson will continue to serve             (Get the message, Men? Miles Jets will put you in a spin for just 7.99 and 8.99)
                                                                  as executive director of the
                                                                  Meadowlands Regional Develop-
                                                                  ment Agency.
                                                                                                                                                            For smooth take-offs (every rr ruing) put
                                                                  Fort Personnel                                                                            on a Miles Jet! No better w to travel.
                                                                                                                                                            Smooth, sumptuous black'lea' n outside.
             Hi-V Pullovers                                       Pageant Guests                                                                            Soft luxurious innersoling ir.^ide. Excep-
                                                                      FORT MONMOUTH — Allied
             Lambswool & Orion 6-12 4 9 S                           military personnel from 32 coun
                                                                    tries, attending the U. ,S. Army
                                                                                                                                                            tionally durable soles and heels underneath.
                                                                                                                                                            And truly superb detailing over-all! You're
             contrast striping                             £95
                                              14-20                Signal School here, were guests                                                          really flying with your feet on the ground
                                                                   at the "Miss America Pageant"                                                            at Miles. Styles shown only 7.99 and 8.99.
                                                                   last night at Convention Hall In
             Practically a uniform for school! Nov-                Atlantic City. There were about



                                                                                                                                                            MILES
             elty box weave in washable lambswool                  125 in the group.
             combined with Orion* acVylic. Cam-                       Arrangements for the Allied
             bridge Grey, Loden Green.                           i personnel arc through the cour-
             'Duroni TM                                          ' fesy of Robert Nesbllt, president
                                                                  of the Miss America Pageant.

  Mail a n d P l u m e Orders Filled Promptly—I.I 2-4111
BOND'S, Monmouth Shopping Center
                                                                  T h e t o u r was conduced by
                                                                 iMaj. Bcrvice Skutas. chief ol Ihc
                                                                 jSi/jnal School's allied liaison and
                                                                  visitor's division.
                                                                                                                                                            means more
                                                                                                                        OVER 300 NEARBY MILES FAMILY SHOE CENTERS-SEE YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY fOR THE STORE NEAREST YOU                                                 ,

          Eatontown Circle, Katonimwi
                                                                    It adds up! More and more        • Monmourii Shopping Center, Eatontown Circle • Rarltan-Hailet Drlve-ln Shoe Center at Route 35 anil
 Open Man., Wed., Thins, and J-'ri, '|j| 9,30 p. M.               people use The Register ads each   Bethany Road, Raritan Township.-
                                                                 issue because resulls come fas-
                                                                 ter.—Advertisement.                 • 65 Broad Street, Red Bank • 202 Broadway, Long Branch • 564 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     BED BANK REGISTER
Reserves                           Plrty « 4 ; t e Council of W e .
                                   W t n , said trwrter of these lew-
                                                                           Board Bay*
                                                                                                                                                                                         Trichinosis Warning                                                                       Buirs&y, Sept 7, 1961-8
                                   icemen to the reserve should be
Maintained                         deterred temporarily.
                                     The.Soviet Union "cannot but
                                                                           NEW SHREWSBURY - The
                                                                        Rtounoofli KegfcaaJ Board ot                                                                                     Pink Pork That Looks Like Rare
By Soviets                         take this enforced measure In
                                   conditions when the NATO mem-
                                                                        EducsrJoo Toetdoy p*U a
                                                                        for U doun large, preserved
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Beef CW Be Dangerous
  MOSCOVjT, (AP) - The Soviet ber States are in every way ag-           grasshoppers.
                                   gravating the international situa-      It also paid for the tame
government       Tuesday ordered                                                                                                                                                TRENTON (AP)-State Health                      1. Examine the label of pack-
                                   tion, addressing direct threats to   number of earthworms, crar<
that 8w "necessary number" of the USSR and oner socialist                                                                                                                    Commissioner Roscoe P. Kandle                   aged meat.
                                                                        fish, perch, "plain" frogs aad
Midlers, n l i o n , sergeants and countries, stepping up the arms                                                                                                          I today warned consumers not to                    2. If you buy ground meat, ask
                                                                        bullfrogs. All were listed as                                                                        confuse pink pork with rare beef.
petty officer! be kept In active race and fanning the war psycho-       p r e s e r v e d and an w                                                                                                                           the butcher what it contains.
                                   sis," said Tass News Agency.                                                                                                                 He said four cases of trichinosis              3. If you eat pork or pork prod-|
•ervice "until the conclusion of                                        "Urge," except the frog* which
                                                                                                                                                                              have been reported in Trenton in               ucts in public places, insist they
                                     Premier Khrushchev previous-       were "jumbo" size.
• peace treaty with permsny."                                                                                                                                                 the last six months and four oth-              be well done.
                                   ly announced that step* would be        T h e s e Items, which cost
  The orders, issued by the Cen- taken to build up Soviet armed                                                                                                               er cases were reported from oth-
                                                                        $111.15, are supplies for biology                                                                     er state areas so far this year.                 Kandle said pork is "done"
tral Committee of the Communist manpower.                               classes In the new Ugh school                                                                                                                        when all traces of pink have dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                Kandle said the diseas* prob-
                                                                                                                                                                              ably was contracted when eating                appeared and that well cooked                          | Keyport—Bayshore Hardware
                                                                                                                                                                             what was thought to be rare beef,               pork is creamy white in color.                           Little Sifver-L. s. Hardware


    BREAKTHROUGH!                                                                                                                                                            which in fact contained pork.                   He said a dependable guide for                           M«t«wan-G. M. Harris, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             a pork roast is 30 minutes roast-]
                                                                                                                                                                                He added, "This department                                                                            Red Bank-Moo Plumbing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ing time for each pound at 350
                                                                                                                                                                             will take vigorous action against
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             degrees fahrenheit.
                                                                                                                                                                             persons selling mixtures of meats,

  General Electric Solves                                                                                                                                                    such as pork and beef, at beef,
                                                                                                             TOP SOLDIER — Sgt. Duane M. Lane, 27, right, a radio without proper labelling."
                                                                                                             relay carrier team chief, named as September "Soldier              "Hamburger is legally defined

  Hmr Space                                                                        0                         of the Month" at Fort Monmouth, receives trophy from
                                                                                                                                                                             as ground beef. The buyer should
                                                                                                                                                                             know that 'ground meat,' 'meat
                                                                                                             Maj. Gen. William D. Hamlin, commanding general at loaf,' 'ground sausage,' 'meat pat-

  ftvblem!                                                                                                   the Army Signal Corps installation. The honor soldier, ties', etc. often contain pork,"
                                                                                                             whose parents reiide in Bangor, Maine, alto receives
                                                                                                                                                                             he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                Kandle said, "If beef is ground
                                                                                                             check for $10 and a three-day pats as other awards. in a machine previously used to                                SEED AND RE-SEED IN...THE FALL!
                                                                                                             Sgt. Lane entered the Army in 1953 after attending the grind pork, and the grinder has
                                                                                                             University of, Maine, where he majored in phyi'ici.       Hit not been cleaned, prk may be-
                                                                                                                                                                             come mixed with the beef. If the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SOW NOW...
                                                     Refrigerator-Freezer                                    assigned unit at Fort Monmouth is the 595th Signal Sup- pork is infested with the trichina
                                                                                                             port Company.                                                    worm the consumer also may be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         MERI-BLUE
                                                  fits in the space                                                                      orange, pork and tomato. These
                                                                                                                                                                             come infected unless heat of
                                                                                                                                                                             at least 137 degrees fahrenheit has
                                                                                                                                         milk, wheat, egg, corn, chicken, reached ail part of the meat."                                                LAWN SEED MIXTURE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OVER K% UattOM KtmlKKf                  BWC 6M8S


                                                    of yesterday's                                              MEDICAL                  are the foods in the order of thei
                                                                                                                                         probability to cause allergy.
                                                                                                                                                                                Kandle recommended these
                                                                                                                                                                             precautionary measures:
                                                                                                                                                     In other words, milk heads thi                                              GROW BEST IH WE FALLf

                                                                                                                MEMOS                             list. At the bottom of the list of
                                                                                                                                                  foods which could be responsible
                                                                                                                                                                                         School Board                            A * • * achn6«c I n n M«d bland da.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •igned for tint mutt*, la « • F a ! . . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •ltd a twatitiM, hardy Uwn n » l Spri«g
                                                                                                                •yM.M                             are peanuts, beef, apple, fish, ber-
                                                                                                                                                  ries, peas, chocolate and cauli-       Accepts Land                            and hough Via S o w ! Gmf>nt««d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to contain -xmr 5 0 * <* Marion t »
                                                                                                                                                  flower.                                                                        lucky BliM Gnst-plia Iwo olkw out-
                                                                                                                                                                                           UNION BEACH-The Board of              standing grata*!-Kentucky Blua
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Qrua and P.nntawn R«d F.acu*.
                                                                                                              The problem of bedwetting con-                                             Education Tuesday formally ac-
                                                               .yet provides
                                                                                                            cerns millions of children. Many
                                                                                                            of these cases are due to an al-               Hazlet                        cepted properties deeded by the
                                                                                                                                                                                         borough for the proposed new            4 lbs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        AT A NEW LOW PRICE


                                                                8.8 cu, ft. more                            lergy which could be avoided o                                               addition to the Morningside Ave-        ONLY
                                                                storage space L                             treated.                                Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stopkie,        nue School.
                                                                                                                                                    l Clark St., were guests of hon-       Pohlman and Giapelsky, school
                                                                                                                                                  or at a lawn party given in cele-      architects, advised that the cost           SEEDS t S M SQUARE R E T !
                                                                                                                                                  bration of their 25th wedding an-      of a fall-out shelter in Use cor           n, i fir toa. la fcrt x«f kaa la IX
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    - t o r i * * Uaa F « * .

                                                       NO DEFROSTING EVER!                                                                        niversary. The lawn party was
                                                                                                                                                  held at the home of (heir son-in-
                                                                                                                                                  law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
                                                                                                                                                                                         ridors of the proposed addition
                                                                                                                                                                                         would be prohibitive in that the
                                                                                                                                                                                         entire specifications would have
                                                      M FROST GUARD! No defrosting in
                                                        refrigerator or tmzir,     bectusa                                                        William J. Weigand, Deercrest          to be revised, and the amount of
                                                        FROST NEVER FORMS!                                                                        Dr., Holmdel. Guests attending         protective aTea would not be ade-       John L Henorlekson't
                                                                                                                                                  were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kap-         quate,      y
                                                      • New THIN-WALL insulation, for 88%
                             SPACEMAKER
                             FROST. GUARD
                             MODEL
                                                        more storage span!
                                                      • Mobil* Cold keeps mats fresh sjp
                                                        to 7 dayi or more!
                                                      • Exdnslv* Roll-Out Fr»ez«r opeas
                                                                                                                                                  ervas Sr., Mrs. Stopkie's parents
                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. John Kapervas, Mr.
                                                                                                                                                  and Mrs. Harold Faust and chil-
                                                                                                                                                  dren, Richard and Kathy Ann, al
                                                                                                                                                  of Perth Amboy; Mr. and Mrs,
                                                                                                                                                                                           The schools will open today
                                                                                                                                                                                         w i t h an anticipated enroll-
                                                                                                                                                                                         ment of 1,250 pupils. Six hundred
                                                                                                                                                                                         will be on double session. .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                OLD WAGON FARM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rt. 35, North of Middletown
                             TC-469V                                                                          We know that some of the symp-
                                                        with foot pedal!               ^ ^                                                        Frank Stopkie, Mr. Stopkie's par- No problem finding tenants                                                              W t    Vafa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        * Your Pertlwla9»'
                                                                                                            toms of allergy are obvious
                                                      • StraightUMDe«lfn, no coils on backl                                                       ents; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gill, when you advertise The Register                                                                Satisfaction G u a r a t t M d .
         DEALER                                                                                             In the nose, eyes, throat, bron-
                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Philip Jagodowski and son, wav.—Advertisement.
                                                                                                            chial tubes, skin and the intestin-

                                 NO DOWN PAYMENT! Easy G.E.C.C Termt.
                                                                                                            al tract. Not so well known 1.
                                                                                                            that the bladder, too, may be
                                                                                                            affected by an allergy.
                                                                                                                                                  Kenneth, Jane Bonowski, all ol
                                                                                                                                                  Fords; Mr. and Mrs. Alexandei
                                                                                                                                                  Vigand and son, Allyn, George
                                                                                                                                                  Shown, Sr., Mrs. Anne Twardy,
                                                                                                               The chief cause of such an al-     all of Edison; Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
                                                                                                            lergy in children is some par-

     BETTER HOUSEKEEPING SHOP
                                                                                                                                                  chael Kapervas Jr., Roger Stop-
                                                                                                            ticular food What may cause an        kie of Hazlet, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
                                                                                                            allergy in one child may not both-    liam J. Weigand and daughter,
                                                                                                            er another child.'                    Kim Lisa, of Holmdel.
                                                                                                               To determine if food is respon
     46 MONMOUTH ST.                                                         RED BANK                       sible a basic diet is used whic'
                                                                                                            allows only the following foods         Mr. and Mrs. D. Morris Lath-
         Telephone SH 14310—Open Wed. and Fri. Nights                                                        for a while until the allergy dis-   am and son, Andrew J. Latham
                                                                                                                                                  of Maple Shade, spent the past
                                                                                                            appears. These foods are lamb,
                      FUE PARKING IN REAR OF 5TORE ENTRANCE                                                 rice, rye, apricot, peach, beet,      week with Mr. Latham's sister,
                                                                                                            spinach, soybean, olive and tea,      Mrs. Charles D. Johnson, Bethan
                            OK^WHITE ST. PARKING LOT                                                                                              Rd.
                                                                                                               Then, gradually, the followin,
                                                                                                                                                    The monthly meeting of the la-
                                                                                                                                                  dies Auxiliary of Hazlet Fire
                                                                                                                                                  Company will be held Monday
                                                                                                                                                  night' in the 'fire house.

                                                                                                                                                    Gene Wilson, Bethany Rd., li
                                                                                                            Knits were                            on a vacation trip to Maine from
                                                                                                                                                  his position with the Mercer Coun-
                                                                                                            never like this.                      ty Airport, Trenton.

                                                                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. William B. Ste-
                                                                                                            A suit you'd                          venson and son, Kent, of Pleas-
                                                                                                                                                  ant Valley Rd., Holmdel, have               For b'oys and young men, imported cotton suede cut to sug-
                                                                                                            declare was                           returned home from a trip to
                                                                                                                                                  Pennsylvania.                               gest an Alpine climber's coat, with buttoned flap pockets,
                                                                                            ''.$}hl         fJne worsted                             Mr. and Mrs. George S. Kin-              welted buttonholes and collar and lining of wool fleece.
                                                                                                                                                   cade Jr., and family, Beers Rd.
                                                                                                      * the way it holds                          Mr. and.Mrs. Thomas Rathbone
                                                                                                                                                                                              Loden with natural color fleece.                                                        ,
                                                                                                                                                  and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. WI-
                                                                                                                                                  ling, Holmdel Rd., were recent
                                                                                                            its pleats.                           visitors at the home of Mr. and              *                                                                                    Boy* sizes 8-12,      24.95
                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Ira Coons, in Wilkes Barre,
                                                                                                            They go alt around.-                  Pa. The Coon's formerly lived on                                                                                                             14-20,       MM
                                                                                                                                                  the Farley Farm, Rt. 35.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .                                           Young Men's 36-42,            39.95
                                                                                                            A dress whose                                TRAFFIC TOLL UP
                                                                                                                                                    TRENTON — New Jersey's
                                                                                                            straight cut                          traffic death toll has passed the
                                                                                                                                                  MM total for this time of year.
                                                                                                            touches your figure                   Gov. Robert B. Meyner told a
                                                                                                                                                  news conference Tuesday that
                                                                                                                                                  IB people were killed during the
                                                                                                            in justJhe-j-ight                     Labor Day week-end, compared
                                                                                                                                                  with seven a year ago. The
                                                                                                      ) places, never hugs,                       INI death toll Is now 497, com-
                                                                                                                                                  pared with 495 at the same
                                                                                                                                                  point a year ago. Meyner said
                                                                                                      . never bags.                               he thought more could be done
                                                                                                                                                  to cut highway deaths, espe-
                                                                                                            Both are by                           cially through more consistent
                                                                                                                                                  local law enforcement. When
                                                                                                                                                  OfK municipality Is lax and
                                                                                                            Kimberly, who                         others arc strict, he said, the
                                                                                                                                                  result Is as bad as If all were
                                                                                                            knows how to make                     lax.

                                                                                                            knit clothes.                           The walls of the Corn Palace
                                                                                                                                                  In Mitchell, S. D., are covered
                                                                                                                                                  with ears of corn, grain sorghums
                                                                                                            Suit in oxford or                     and grasses. Gaily colored corn
                                                                                                                                                  ears are especially grown to con            For boys, a rugged coat lined insherpa, the new orlon fleece
                                                                                                            olive, 69.98.                         tribute to the mosaic pattern.
                                                                                                                                                                                             you'd swear was sheepskin. Whole coat washes. Hood
                                                                                                            Dress in bright iade »                   Guess Who?                              zips' off.       Big front zipper opens top and bottom. A lot
                                                                                                            or black, sashed in
                                                                                                                                                                                             of coat.
                                                                                                            glove leather, 49.98.                                                                                                                                                  Boys lizei 6-20,      14.95

                                                                                                            You may charge, pay                                                              For wist grasshoppers, a complete early season selection
                                                                                                            '/3 each month,                                                                  of boys and young men's outerwear on the second floor at
                                                                                                            no service charge.




                                                                                                               J.&tkf
                                                                                                            ' SMAB AMD MONT ITHITJ ,
                                                                                                            V«IO SANK, N.J, • SH 1-II0O<
                                                                                                                                                  . . . doain't like chocolate
                                                                                                                        JUST CANT KEEP THAT BOY                                                                      JIM BISH6P:
                                KM MM Kegister                                                                                                                                                                                                                  R e p o r t er
                                                                               ftat* Hfehny * MUOetom
                                            Um to labs B. Cod and Hearj day                                                                                                                                                  Day at the Bullfights
                               THOMAS KVING BROWN, Publisher H S - I M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MADRID, Spain—The third matador of the day was
   IMDSft X BOOAN, BOtar                                M. HAROLD KELLY, General Manager
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     good. He had no greatness, but he was a craftaman
                              V. HARRY PENNINGTON. Production Manager
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and he had courage. He worked his second bull up
                                        Membtr «t tbt Associated Pros
          ..                u tnuuM aeiuaniT >• o» u t tor npuBUettlcio si «a u» ucu u m Btimta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     close to the barrera, and we sat behind i t We could
            i m i w i m ma u i l tf Mm dUvticMi                                                                                                                                                                      see the young dark intent face of Francisco Rodrigo
                                       M a t e r Audi Bureau el Circulation                                                                                                                                                         and we could see that, even when he
              KM >uk lUdlW u u H i » flninciu r««pooiiWllut« (or irpoirapbloJ trron in »a»irtliemtni»
      I Mil IMla Mttna « t m , Um put ol u Idnttliinnl in .bleu IHi lypoiraplucal trror occuri it                                                                                                                                   was in trouble, the dark creamy skin
             •m WUH MB» « • •MMWMBI immrfui.lf ol MT mnar which miT occur.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    did not pale and the eyes showed no
                              M nreoulMUnu t» •tnumtnu «t oplalwu ID inun from >u " U i r i
         nta                                                                                                                                                                                                                        fight •                                          I :
    attwuMw MOM to M n m                                 «U                                     SIX moolhl fS.00
    Kan* « m si mBur. I M U                                                        Stall* ton   br mall. » OMJU                                                                                                                          The Plaza de Toros de Madrjd is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the world's premier bull ring, b | t it
                                       THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1961
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sometimes displays matadors wh(j£«t(k
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    grace and guts. The bull fight I r a pre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    scribed ballet of death. Every move, ev-
                                   Not a Joking Matter                                                                                                                                                                   BISHOP , e r y s w i l i g o f ^ c a p e > e v e n ti, e y u are
        Keyport Mayor Charles E. Apple- determine causes for the water loss                                                                                                                                             as precise as the curtsy of a duchess to a king.
    gate's attitude toward the continuing were unsuccessful. This does no                                                                                                                                                    These are not the days of great matadors. There
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        are no Belmontes nor Joselitos or Manoletes. These are
    loss of water in that borough is dis- mean the matter should be dropped                                                                                                                                             the dajys of the Eddie Stankys and the Shanty Hogans.
    turbing, to say the least.            or the problem swept under the rug.                                                                                                                                           There were six bulls today, all of them good in their
        For several years now, the mu- At a recent meeting of the gov-                                                                                                                                                  responses except the last, who had a tendency to rear
    nicipality has been pumping approxi- erning body, concern over the issue                                                                                                                                            up off his forelegs as he charged the cape.
    mately twice as much water as it expressed by Councilman Frank                                                                                                                                                                            20,000 Attend
    consumes.                             Conway, a Democrat, and Council-                                                                                                                                                   There were about 20,000 persons in the bowl. The
        No one knows just where the 50man Henri J. Hansen, a Republican                                                                                                                                                 bullfights are on Sunday and they start at 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The cheap seats ar% in the sun and the true aficionados
    per cent loss Is going—but in this was met by a series of light remarks                                                                                                                                             sit there. They know every poorly executed pass, every
    day and age, and particularly in this and jokes by the mayor, who re-                                                                                                                                               graceless veronica. They yell obscenities to the mata-
    state, water is a precious commodity. ferred Several times to the fact that                                                                                                                                         dor; they stomp their feet, whistle, and applaud in
    If Keyport refuses to investigate the "election time must begetting, near/                                                                                                                                          unison.
  t problem, the state should step in.        So be it. The problem is still there                                                                                                                                      " — I f the-bullfighter does-not improvevthey throw
        Efforts made about a year ago to -*-and it is no joking matter!            These Days;                                                                                                                          seat cushions down into the ring. The usual program

                                            Eero Saarinen
                                                                                                                                                                                  WILLIAM                               is to have three matadors. Each fights two bulls. Juan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Antonio Romero fought the first and the fourth; Fran-
                                                                                                                                 The War Dilemma                                                                        cisco Anton "Pacorro" fought the second and the fifth;
          This country lost a great archi-                        People in Monmouth County for                                           By GEORGE E. SOKOLSKY                   S. WHITE                              Rodrigo, the good one, took the third and the sixth.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The band, which sits on the sunny side, is bad.
      tect Friday when Eero Saarinen died years to come will admire one of                                                                                                              WASHINGTON - Richard M.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Nixon is being damagingly caught It is always dominated by a trumpet player who knows
      of a brain tumor at the age of 51 in his works.                                                                      AH over the country there are those who are de
                                                                                                                                                                                     in the middle as a 1964 Repub- the calls, but hits cracked notes because hejipits wine
     Ann Arbor, Mich.                                                                                                 manding a strong foreign policy. But do they want to lican Presidential possibility bj
          The Finnish born, American ed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  valves.
                                                                  For the new research center be- go to War? A strong foreign policy could mean war. some circumstances he could have into theside and,The presidente sat in a high[box on the
                                                                                                                                                                                    controlled and by some he coul shady                   when he wanted the proceedings to
     ucated architect has won lasting ing built in Holmdel for Bell Labora- that we had a weak policy concerning Cuba and we not have controlled.
                                                                                                                     There is no certainty about it either way, but it is fac
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        move, he draped a white handkerchief over the tap-
     fame throughout the world as well tories Inc., is one of the fruits of his                                                       did not go to war; we are showing our His greatest problem is that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        estried railing and the trumpet player sounded the call.
     as this country for his contributions vivid imagination.                                                                                                                       though he is out of national pow-
                                                                                                                                      claws with regard to Berlin and the er he retains the heavy respon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bulls Fast and Eager
                                                                  Truly a great among great archi-                                                                                                                           The bulls were all black and of good size. They
     to the world of structures.                                                                                                      Russians respond by renewing bomb sibilities of national party leader-
                                                                                                                                     testing.                                      ship. This will not be solved even were built almost entirely up front in the neck and
          A man dedicated to no particular tects, Mr. Saarinen has left us, but                                                                                                    if he gives in at last to G. O. P forequarters and chest The belly and loins faded to
     school of design or specialty, his his memory and influence will last                                                                 Personally, as a citizen, I favor a iressure In California and agrees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        nothing. They were uniformly fast and eager and, when
                                                                                                                                      strong, vigorous foreign policy. All my o run for governor there next
     buildings stand as a memorial to a through the many buildings—prod-                                                              experience, now over a period of 44           r'ear.                              they came into the ring for the first time, a roar went
     giant in his field.                                     ucts of his imagination.                                                years, convinces me that there is no For even a Richard Nixon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        up from the crowd and the bulls stood, surveying the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        crowd majestically and then spotting the men with
                                                                                                                                      way to stop the building of the Soviet firmly in that office would be
                                                                                                                                                                                   a long way from the center of the capes.
                                                                                                                        SOKOLSKY Empire except by war or well supported national decision-making — and,
       Your Money's Worth*                                                                                           and financed revolution. But it would appear that             for that matter, of national head         Some of the early cape work was good. Much of
                                                                                                                      arge number of persons disagree with such views con-          iine-making. It Is a curious fact, it appeared to be defensive. Three of the bulls chased
                                                                                                                                                                                   if neither a rational nor fair one,
                                                                                                                     cerning a shooting war. They want peace. Some wan that the governor of even so the cape men up over the barreras. One caught the
       Stock Exchange Aims Message at Women                                                                          peace at any pri?e. Some would rathej be Red than powerful a Western state as Cali- cape, stepped on it, and, as the toreador ran to safety,
                                                                                                                                                                                   fornia is "too far West" to exer- shredded the bright cape on one horn.
                                                                                    By SYLVIA PORTER dead. There is no telling about tastes.                                        cise the degree of influence both        The work of the picadores ,was the worst Th|y
        For the tint time In iti history, rnumbo-Jumbo but when y o u said they read all or part of the
                                                                            y
                                                                                                                         Therefore it is necessary to have a decision and on party and national decisions sit on a horse who Is tightly blindfolded, so that Be
     the New York Stock Exchange com* down to'ltftl l             l»    t rictl l ] a l
                                                                           i t               p t s thorohl                                     al and           stic. In Savan hat automatically goes to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                     big Eastern state- cannot see the bull, and they-aae-a long-rod-with a
     this fall will beam a major ad- common seme approach anc                              Financial Power           nah, Ga., 1,500 persons signed a petition to Presiden governor of a Nelson Rockefeller steel point on the end. As the bull charges the heavily
                                                                                                                                                                                    in this case,
    vertising campaign directly to women hare that.                                  And finally, of course, t h e Kennedy, demanding a strong foreign policy. But the of New York.
    women.                                    Women have, as the New Yorl
                                                                                  financial power of the American                                                                                                       quilted horse, the picadore thrusts the staff into the
                           W i t h con- Stock Exchange so properly em woman as the manager of the petition says nothing about favoring a shooting war. Nixon as governor of Califor- bull's withers and leans on it. This is to slow him down
                        aiderable pride, phasltej, "an Intense interest In family's finances and an individ- It says:                                                               nia, in short, would still not
                        the Big Board investing" and want sound edu- ual wage-earner is immense.                                                                                   carry the power necessary fully
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and also, when the pain begins, forces him to lower his
                        announced this cation."                                                                            "We, the undersigned people of Savannah are to carry out his responsibilities head for the matador.
                                                                                  There are 23 million women job-
                        a few days ago,             jamming Forums                holders in our nation today — of aroused and gravely concerned over the turn of events as titular national head of the                     Three times a bull got under the quilting, lifted
                        and to show ^ ^ u [ u B t r g t j o n > w m e n h a v which millions are and millions in Berlin. Americans have repeatedly requested a strong G. O. P. Those who talked to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        his head, and the horse and rider rose in air, and both
                        its daring
                        iginality, it tent
                                           been jamming the finance forum: more will be stockholders.
                                                                                                                                                                                           privately during his
                                                                                                                     foreign policy. The time is long overdue for the United him to Washington have norecen fell over. It took some fancy cape work on t i e part of
                                                                                                                                                                                   visit                          doubl
                                           in recent years, crowding int             Far be it from me to over-em- States to take a firm stand and^ definite action agains he is aware of this Illogical bul
                        along previews
                                           courses offered In investing, set- phasize our knowledge or wis-                                                                                                             others to draw the bull away from the horse and the
                         f    the ada
                                           ting up and pursuing with devo- dom. On the contrary, we need
                                                                                                                     Communist aggression. We strongly urge whatever nevertheless real circumstance. picador. The banderilleros are the most graceful to
                        which will bear                                                                              positive and aggressive action is necessary to reverse This is one of the reasons for watch.
                                           tion their Investment clubs. Wher
          FOSTER roch heads at in early 1960 I wrote a coupl education and we're asking for
                        "Who S a i d of columns reporting that the Bi;
                                                                                  guidance.                          the present rapid turn toward national disaster."             his long hesitations — "should
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             They stand, without cape, in mid ring, poised on
                                                                                     But I do proudly suggest that                                                                  I or shouldn't I?" — about makr
     Investing Is a Man's World?" Board had Issued several valuabl                                                        But when that has been said, it does not encourage Ing tho race for governor.                 their toes, calling to the bull. As he starts his charge,
     and "Ideas for Women Investors- free educational booklets, thou- we don't need segregated educa- the President to go to war with Soviet Russia. After
     How Smart Women Buy Stocks sands wrote to the Exchange t tion or ads written specially for                                                                                        Hig second greatest problem they run diagonally across his path, holding two rib-
     and Bonds"                                                                   us. Just as the brain has no sex, all, Khrushchev enjoys an enormous advantage over is the sharpening squeeze being boned knives on staffs high. As man and bull merge,
                                            request them. So great was thi neither has the stock market
       Well now,                            response that the Exchange ha                                            us. He can make quick decisions. His allies are con- put upon him by his two rivals the artist comes down, planting both banderillos in the
       I'm delighted the Exchange is it analyzid for Its own informa                                                 tiguous and are not free to choose their own course for the 1964 Presidential nomina- big hump on the bull's foreshoulder. This too weakens
  I (pending money on constructive tion; women accounted for                            HOFFA'S REACH FOR
                                                                                                                     Propinquity strengthens his position in all directions tion, Sen. BarryG. Goldwater of him, and, also infuriates him...
                                                                                                                                                                                   Arizona in the          O. P. rlgh
 i messages and I'm sure they'll full half of those who had written                         SUPERPOWER^
  ; do good, but I strongly submit A recent pilot-study poll o                                                       He is not overly concerned with public opinion in his wing and Governor Rockefeller                     The banderilleros were of the best. They were fast
                                                                                     James R. Hoffa has risen to
 * that it's a bit late to be heading women stockholders by th presidency of the Teamsters own country or in the rest of the world. No American in the left wing.                                                       and graceful and one fat one was so good that he got
     ads with such cliches as "Who Graphics Institute disclosed, a Union through a hard school. It President can adopt an attitude as independent as that Rockefeller — to whom is now
     Said Investing Is a Man's cording to its president, that th will be well for those who hope                                                                                    falling some of that plain po- his satin pants ripped with a horn and won a standing
     World?", etc.                           'woman stockholder audience          to check his power to recognize                        No Time to Spare                           litical luck which once went to ovation from the crowd.
       The woman investor In Ameri- a knowledgeable and alert one. this fact and some of its impli-                                                                                Nixon — is moving up mainly               The matadors, with the exception of Rodrigo,
    ca is far, far beyond this point Of the woman stockholders re- cations. And it is important that
                                                                                                                          Franklin D. Roosevelt maneuvered American pub- because the Democrats In New
  , and the Slock Exchange knows sponding to the questionnaire, 1 Mr. Hoffa understand clearly the                   lic opinion skillfully, but it took him two years to get York City are handing power to missed the kill. They finished their cape work, sighted
    It. Let me present some of my out of 20 said they read the ac- significance of the power he the United States into "World War II. There Is not two him. Their savage intraparty between the shoulders of the bull with a long slender
     favorite shining statistic* to counting statements in the annual wields and to which he aspires.
    prove my point.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Tght
                                                                                                                     years or 18 months to spare in thTnext war. In fact, tlon for the-mayoraty_nomiiiE sword;~anctjn5de a-junnlng lunge. ThisTnay be the
                                                                                                                                                                                           there hurts any and al
                                            reports they received, 16 out l In some respects he seems to
                                            20 said the auditing language grasp its responsibility, as when          it is doubtful if that many minutes will be available Democrats, including themselves, moment of truth, but most of the time it was an awk-
             Men Outnumbered                                                                                                                                                                                            ward lie.                    '          .,
                                            was clear to them, a majorlt; he avows that, "There will never The President will have to act on a radar signal with- and helps only Rockefeller.
       Among the millions of U. S.                                                be, as long as I have anything out asking anyone's consent.
  , stockholders today, women out-
                                                                                                                                                                                       Senator Goldwater, for his part       They missed. Two bulls ran around the ring with
                                                                                  to say about it, a national trans                                                                is making headway against Nixon
  . number men by at least 52.5 per CARMICHAEL                                    portation strike." Yet the con-         Of course, we ought to have a strong foreign policy largely because of the basic dif- swords shivering in their withers. One matador used
  • cent to 47.5 per cent. This was                                               tract structure he has been build- but when it comes to a shooting war, the indications ferences in their political po- five swords to make one kill. It was, perhaps, an off
  ' the finding in the Big Board's                                                ing and the relations of his union
    1959 census, and todsy the margin I PlpM'T &£T THE                            with the- longshoremen and mari-
                                                                                                                     are that it will take some convincing to establish that sitions. True, Goldwater as of now day. It seemed a shame that, in a choice between the
                                                                                                                                                                                    :annot be said to control any
    is probably more decisive, for                                                time workers present a picture there is no other way. Some, like myself, believe that rery large part of the Republican two antagonists, the bull had to die.
    among new stockholders, women                                                 of potential monopoly so great there is no other way, but I am convinced that we are                                                       A near-sighted American woman sat behind us.
    have been outnumbering men by
    •n even fatter percentage - 58.3
                                          GWE to PAH1 °F                          that the government has been at «
                                                                                                                     in                 Atld
                                                                                                                                                                                   party. But what he does contro'
                                                                                                                                                                           t h a t —the Republican right wing — he When the corrida was over, somebody on the far side
                                                                                  pains to prevent such concentra-!                                                                  ontrols absolutely and without tossed two cushions into the ring. "Look," she said to
    to 43.7.
                                                                                  tions of power in the world of j President Kennedy and Secretary of State Rusk believe ho shadow of a rival anywhere
       In the seven years from 1952                                               corporate business.                that American public opinion is not yet ready for an- It is all his. Nixon is In the her husband, "they have awarded him both ears." . . .
    to 1959, the number of individual                                                In another respect Mr. Hoffa other war. Everybody is against Soviet Russia but few lways-difficult position of any
    women owning stocks about                                                    seems all too conscious of (he
                                                                                                                     want to do anything about it.                                 moderate, a position (hat never
 . doubled to 6.4 million, and at                                                possibilities of the Teamsters or-                                                                                                                  'Is There Somebody Else?"
 , last count, the 4 million house-                                              ganization in disrupting labor
                                                                                                                                                                                      ttracts          desperately en-
                                                                                                                          One reason may be that we actually lost World thusiastic much fighting support,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 and
 • wives owning stocks represented
 "the largest single group in the
                                                                                  peace. This is in his forecast War II. We did not lose it to the enemy, Nazi Germany, wwever, sound It may be.
                                                                                 that the AFL-CIO will have to                                                                                                                                  T
; stock market.                                                                  readmit the expelled Teamsters but we did lose it to our ally, Soviet Russia. First Stalin Already, for example, Gold-
; When tho new census is fin-                                                    within a year and a half or face arid then khrushchev took every advantage of the war vater Is able to hold Nixon's
 . Ished, I'm positive it'll s h o w                                             a breakup under competition involvement, to seize countries and peoples until now eet to the fire by saying that
 \ these totals have skyrocketed.                                                from a new federation led by                                                                       f Nixon runs for governor of
' The American woman is in the                                                   himself.                            Soviet Russia dominates more of the Earth's surface California this ought to take him
• stock market on her own, just as                                                   But the Hoffa ambitions, at than Germany and Japan did during their most suc- iut as a Presidential candidate
> part of a family — and let there                                               least for the later movement in cessful days in World War II. Many ask, what is the                    1964. For Nixon this is an
<b« no mistake about It. So fa-                                                  general, range also into the field                                                                iwkward suggestion to reply to,
jmlliar an Investor Is she that                                                  O national politics, where he is use of another war? It will probably all be to the ad- siuming ho does decide to run
                                                                                   f
 1 we can draw a profile of her.                                        quoted as predicting the election vantage of Red China.                                                   California, 'f he soys he agrees
 3 For instance, «he generally it                                         a labor President in 1MB and)       The issue is not a strong or a w e a k foreign policy.            lth Goktwater he is not neces-
 3 more conservative in her invest-                                                                                                                                           iorily out of it for President; but
                                                                                                                   10 lSSUG IS                                                IO is at least very embarrassed,
 3mtnls than men — preferring
 Jsaich traditional blue chips as                                        mposed codes on labor unionism, and willing to get into a nuclear war. If we are not
                                                                            p
                                                                                                                                                                               f he doesn't agree, his Califor-
                                                                                                                                                                               la opposition will • benjn to
 1 American Telephone, EaMern Ko-                                         .This attitude may ix? readjready andf willing, we shall either stand to be 1. isolated
 ;dak, <lu Pont, to Hie extent where                                                                                                                                           harge him with using the gov-
   she dominates the stockholder                                         ,-hich sees only S "In'terrst"of'or 2- c o n ( l u e r e d or 3. reduced to an ignoble status. But    rnorshlp only as ambition's
 "lists of these Industrial giants.                                     those wife work with ihoir honds|the decision must be decisive at this climactic stage,                tcpplng-stone.
   While she gambles and adores                                         —and of those who organize Neither dodging the issue nor bellyaching will save us.                      All these problems, therefore,
   stock lips, ihfl's not more reck                                     lliem. But It also supujcsls a pro-                                                                    lay fairy be described as prob-
                                                                        occupation with power for Its own      Nor can we delay either our decisions or our actions
   le»i than most men. She hai an                                                                                                                                              Mns Nixon never made #nd could
  Instinctive sense of Investing
                                                                        lake and for the punishment of         very much longer because the enemy is not delaying.             ot have avoided.
                                                                         my who would stand a,;ainst it        His attitude toward bomb testing is a teaser to discoyer
  which often makes her buy a                                                                                                                                                   What he could have avoided,
  stock because the likes and usei                                       :vcn In tho public interest. That
                                                                          ind of militancy can disserve        whether we mean business. If we let this threat pass,          lowever, was his recent unwise
  the product of the corporation It                                                                                                                                            rltlcism of President'Kennedy's
  represent*. Amlyit« may dress                                            bor.                                Khrushchev will go ahead, as Stalin did, on the assump-         lipatch of 1,500 additional Amer-
. u p this method with elaborate         6—Thursday, Sept. 7, 1961            —Christian Sclenca Monitor.      tion that wo are good at speeches but not at action. J         can troops to crisis Berlin.
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                                                                                                                                                                                          wanner soil and if the soil is dis-practical. Furthermore, field crop        MTTCHELL SUTPOKT
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                                                                                                                                                                                          by the residue of the fumlgtnt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Itchtll, Republican caadidate for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 governor, yesterday W M en.
                                                                                                                                                       FREEHOLD — To protect next are lessened. Furthermore, fall the fumlgant.

                                                                           Nuclear Testing                                                           sason'i vegetable and flower fumigation provides better con- The Monmoutb Count/ Exten- doried by Sal M u p , • veteran
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 AFL-CIO leader aad president of
                                                                                                                                                     ilants from the ravages of dis- trol of nematodes because the sion Service has Extension Bulle- the New Jersey Bonding and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tin 353 which gives detail! on soil
                                                                                                                                                     ase and other toil borne pests, treatment will have the assist- fumigation.
                                                                                                                                                     uccessful greenhouse and plant ance of the freezing weather
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                                                                             TOKYO. (AP) - Japan, the                                                ;rowlng operators disinfect the       which follows it.
                                                                                                                           Can't Help It
                                                                           only nation ever to suffer atomic Tamotsu Takeda, 24, insurance
                                                                          attacks, called on the United salesman—"Well, we can't help
                                                                                                                                                     oil in the autumn before it is Field treatments for soil fumi
                                                                                                                                                     tut in the greenhouse or hotbed. gation are not applied until the
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                                                                          States yesterday to reconsider its it. The Russians are the first to         According to county agent M. crop has been removed because
                                                                          decision to resume underground be blamed. But the most desir-                 Clark, early fall before the soil materials applied between rows                          CALL          7 8 7 - 9 1 1 9
                                                                           aad laboratory tests of nuclear able thing is for both giants to          emperatures have dropped is thejof unharvested crops . are Im-
                                                                          weapons.                               give up testing."                                                                                             506 Main St. .< ^n-m i; - :•> v H                 1          Belford
                                                                             Japanese scientists, educators, The Soviet tests touched off                                                                                          Open X \ M .   Ill I, I' 11. I ' - t i U -   I nil.,'.

                                                                           officials and ordinary citizens angry demmiclatlons and pro-
                                                                          joined in deploring President tests from the very groups which,
                                                                           Kennedy's decision, claiming it scarcely a year ago, were violent-
                                                                           will Intensify the nuclear arms ly protesting the U. S.-Japan se-
                                                                           race.                                 curity treaty.
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                                                                             "But the question of the mo-
         GROWING!                                                         ment," said Seijl Kaya, president
                                                                          of Tokyo University, "lies in the
                                                                          fact the big powers are intensify-


        GROWN!
                                                                          ing their balance of power strug-
                                                                          gle through nuclear weapons,
                                                                          whatever kind they may be."
                                                                             Some other comments:
                                                                             Noboru Yasui, 21, history stu-
                                                                          dent—"I think the Soviet resump-
                                                                          tion forced President Kennedy to.
                                                                          make his decision. Still, he should]
                                                                          have Seen patient and waited un-
                                                                                                                  NEWBERRYS FABRIC BARGAINS ARE FAMOUS COAST-TO-COAST
                                                                          til i n t e r n a t i o n a l pressure
                                                                          mounted, forcing the Russians to
                                                                          stop testing."
                                                                             Tomizio Igarashi, 56, depart-
                                                                          store executive—"The United
                                                                          States can keep its prestige high
                                                                                                                      VIVID, CAREFREE                                           N N W A U CORDUROY ! SANFORIZED COTTOH I
                                                                          by not carrying out the Presi-
                                                                          dent's decision. It will have in-
                                                                          ternational opinion behind it at
                                                                                                                      COTTON BLENDS                                               IN S01ID COLORS      SUEDE FUNNEL
                                                                                                                                  63<                                                       88
                                                                          the expected Berlin conference if
                                                                          It refrains from exploding nu-
                                                                          clear devices."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1
                                                                          Pope to Make                                           If fell bolts 69c                                            H full boltg 98c                                         If fall bolts 69c yd.
                                                                                                                    Fine cotton blended with Aroel triace-                        Top quality-perfect for back-to-school                    What a grand array of dashing turn
                                                                          Peace Plea                                tate, dacron polyester, or Cnpioni
                                                                                                                    rayon. Machine washable, little or no
                                                                                                                                                                                  clothes... also for home decorating:
                                                                                                                                                                                  pillows, draperies, spreads, cafe cur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            plaids and action pattems-for aUrta,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            robes, children's clothe*. Fine Senfcr-
                                                                              CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy
                                                                           ;AP) - Pope John XXIII will              ironing. Magenta, kelly, gold, burnt                          tains. Wide selection of new Fall Colo's,                 ized cotton flannel with soft suede
                                                                          make a major plea for peace               orange, tea.                                                                                                            finish. 36* width.
                                                                          Sunday in a radio and television
                                                                          message to the world.
                                                                             The head of the Roman Cath-
                                                                           ilic Church will begin his address
                                                                           it 6:15 p.m. (12:15 p.m. EST)         NEW FABRICS, ALL FIRST QUALITY, MANY FAMOUS BRANDS
   NEXPANDER                                                               ifter celebrating a mass dedi
                                                                           :ated to world peace.
                                                                             The pope will speak from the
                                                                          audience chamber of his summer
  by KAYNEE*                                                               •esidence here.
                                                                             The pope's message will be
                                                                          broadcast by the Vatican and1
                                                                                                                      NEW FIESTA PRINTS                                        COTTON REMNANTS FINE COTTON PRINTS
                         Great idea for growing boys!
                                                                          Italian radio and by the Italian
                                                                           elevision network.
                                                                             -Other network*, that will carry
                                                                                                                      AND SOLID PERCALE                                       LENGTHS TO 10 YDS. FROM FAMOUS M I H
                         Clever collar expands up to one
                                                                          the pope's message include the!
                         fall size—wonderful for active                     rish, Dutch and Spanish radio
                         Jjoyg, for sprouting boys!
                         Quality broadcloth and oxford
                         ...smart colors and collars...
                         wash-and-wear means littfe or
                         no ironing. See oar Kaynee
                                                                          networks.
                                                                              At Vatican City, Amleto Cardi-
                                                                          nal Cicognanl, Pope John's new
                                                                          secretary of state, pledged to the
                                                                          representatives of some 50 na-
                                                                            ions his co-operation in
                                                                                                                                 39                                                     HfuUbolH39eto4Vcyd.
                                                                                                                                                                                 AH 100% cottons hi a big selection of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                HhJIbolHYalvtoBVtyd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           We mapped up this famous maker's
                         Nexpanden now...a real                            'peaceful battle" for the benefit
                         economy because they grow                        it men.                                 Full bolts of fine washfast cotton per-                        weaves. Many smart plaids... many                         entire assortment of short lengths (up
                         U'M him I                                            It was Cardinal Cicognanl's                                                                        with wash-and-wear finish. Ideal for                      to 10 yards). Percales, broadcloths,
                                                                            irst formal meeting with the dip-
                                                                                                                  cales. Gala designs and color's to choose                      school clothes, house dresses, robes.                     other weaves-all first quality fine cot-
                                                                          lomatic corps accredited to the         from.                                                          Lengths to 10 yards.                                      tons. Brand new patterns, colors.
                                                                          Vatican since Pope John XXIII
                                                                            iamed him secretary of state on
                                                                          Aug. 14.
                                                                              Ireland's ambassador to the
                                                                          Vatican, Leo Thomas McCauley,
   BUTTON DOWN                                                            dean of the diplomatic corps
                                                                           ;aid the corps was "ready for            WOOL & BIEMDS                                  9x12" PUCES                                 COTTOH FUNNELS                                           36" WIDE
                                                                          a common action with the Holy
                   Charge Account* Invited                                See" In furthering Justice and
                                                                          peace.
                                                                                                                    54 TO 6 0 WIDE                               WOOL-RAYON IELT                              IN WHITE, PASTILS                                         DECORATOR
                                                                              Cardinal Cicognsnl, taking up
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    BARKCLOTH
                                                                          VlcCauley's theme said that "in
                                                                          this pacific Vatican City I can
                                                                          promise that I and my collab-
                                                                           irators have an open heart to do
                                                                          what is best for concord."
                                                                                                                          1.98.
                                                                                                                            Vol. to 2.98 yd.
                                                                                                                      All wool, and blends of                         Bich,Bbftfelt50%                          So soft and fluffy-perfect
                                                                                                                                                                     Crayon. In new *v
        Men't and Boyi' Outfitters Since 1846
                                                                          Long Branch                                 •wool-and-nylon, wool-and-
                                                                                                                      orlon acrylic. Wide choico
                                                                                                                                                                      M l colors. Weal for ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                for infants' and children's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                slccpwcar and robes. 36"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Large selection of new
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              floral prints, washable
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Armand Fnsano                                                                pliquea, for all aorta of                 wide. Solid colors in pas-
                                                                           nd children, Carol and Dickie,              of Bmnrt plaids and fashion                    unique gilts, trims.                      tels and white.                               fiesta colors ideal for the
                                                                           84 Atlantic Ave., and Johnny                solid colors.                                                                                                                          do-it-yourself housewife.
  19 Broad Street                                    Red Bank             }ulnn, 517 West St., spent Sun-
                                                                          lay • at Freedomland in New
                                                                          fork.
 Open Wednesday and Friday 'til 9 P. M.



It Pays to Advertise in The Register
                                                                              Home after spending the Labor
                                                                          Day week-end in Newburgh, N. Y.
                                                                             •1th their son and daughter-in-
                                                                          law, Mr. and %Mrs. William
                                                                            I'Amato and children, Margaret
                                                                            nd Christopher, are Mr. and
                                                                           An. Roslldo D'Amato, 147 Wash-
                                                                                                               J. J. NEWBERRY -DOWNTOWN RED BANK
                                                                                                                                         OPEN WED. NITE 'TIL 9:00 P.M.-FRI. NITE 'TIL 9:30 P.M.
                                                                           ington St.
                                                                                                                 BED BANK REGISTER            l W « j r , Sept. 7. 1961-




   ERT HALL CELEBRATE
FAMILY CLOTHING CENTER
FABULOUS FALL CLOTHIN
 the fabric that's taking the country                                                                      Vibrant striped
      by storm                                                                                             SHAGGY                                            •   - • * >   (




                                                                                                           BRUSHED ORL.ON*
                                                                                                           SWEATERS

                    • fashion's newest texture!                            \
                    • looks like lush velvet!                                                                      Orion acrylic sweaters that wash
                                                                                                                      and dry Ike a dream... look
                    • feels like costly suede!                                                                       like costly wools! Mock turtle
                                                                                                                           neck style,., sizes 3440.

                    • it's soft, supple cotton!                                                                            Button-front
                    • burnished tones for fall!                                                                            SUEDINE
                                                                                                                           SKIRTS
                                                                                                                  Regularly
                             SUEDINE
                             PILE-LINED                                                                    For petite* 8 to 141 This skirt has top fashion
                                                                                                                styling right down to the huge pockets
                             COATS                                                                         > , and fringe! Best of all-it's completely
                                                                                                                          washable! Newest russet tones.




                                                                      they're ours a/one...that's
                                                                      why they're half the price
                                                                      you'd expect to pay I

                                                                      ORLON &W00L
                         Regularly 23.95
                                                                      JERSEY
                           From the flattering stand-away             SHIRTWAIST —
                           collar to the roomy pockets
                           galore—this coat is fashion                DRESSES
                           excitement every inch of the
                           way! Fully lined in wonderfully
                           warm, snug Orion acrylic
                           pile. Coffee and rust,
                                                                        only
                           sires 5-15.

                                                                      You'll love them... you'll live in them!
                                                                      They're only at Robert Halll And just
                                                                      think-our pin-money price means you can
                                                                      own one in every gorgeous fall color!
                                                                      Jet black, copen blue, autumn green.
                                                                      In Orion acrylic and wool

                                                                      MIsMt' 10*16          Junior PrtitM 5-13
                                                                                                                       I

SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE! USE          • No inferest charge at any           * If the price takes a downward                     • If you change your mind,

THE ROBERT HALL LAYAWAY              time! We guarantee the quality        change before your purchase is paid                 every cent of your deposit

PLAN...NO EXTRA CHARGE!              of each garment you buyl              for, you get the tower pricel                       is cheerfully rafundtdl
    Aft 7, 1961 EED




                                                                                                                                           KNEW
/KEANSBURGV                                                                                   HERE'S WHY                                            h... P ayf a
  on Route 36 between I                                                                                                                  • n o credit charge.
\Palmer and Ocean Avey                                                                         YOU SAVE                                  • no service charges
                                                                                                  at                                     • n o fancy fixtures


          LUES.                                                                              ROBERT HALL                                • n o show windows
                                                                                                                                        •out of the high
                                                                                                                                          rent locations



                                                      Distinctive styles designed by Mr. Montagna...choice
                                                     rich fabrics in outstanding patterns & new fall tones!

                                                       QUALITY TAILORED SUITS...EVERY ONE
                                                       PRICED TO SAVE YOU 10 AND MORE!

                                                                        All WOOL                           SPECIAL               Ouritdflonolf/                   OtfritatfonalV
                                                                        AUTHENTIC                        GROUP OF                 oaVerffsecf                        a<Jvrtl$*d
                                                                        IVYSUITfi                         WORSTED                 'Royal Hall'                   ^Golden embftm*
                                                                                                             SUITS                WORSTEDS                          WORSTEDS

                                                                                                                      £0
                                                                       Comparable
                                                                       values 32.95                     Comparable1               Comparabfft
                                                                        Sw these                        voice 39.95               value 49.95

                                                         v              Ivyoetatuu
                                                                        o-otttioo,
                                                                        natural
                                                                        shoulder
                                                                                                           fo 44.95
                                                                                                           Luxury quality
                                                                                                           wonted
                                                                                                                                    Wonted fabrics
                                                                                                                                    in2or3bntton
                                                                                                                                  . datsicor
                                                                                                                                                                      lfID0
                                                                                                                                                                      and
                                                                                                                                                                      wonted*.
                                                                                                                                   Conteental                         Distinctivft
                                                                                                           fabrics, in the         models.
                                                                                                           Madison                                                    patterns and
                                                                         front tnnuen.                                             Outstanding                        subtle tones
                                                                                                           3-buttoa                pattens in
                                                                         Grey and                                                                                     in 2 and 3
                                                                         omer tones.
                                                                                                           classic                 new Fall toon
                                                                                                           silhouette.                                                button
                                                                                                                                   and Hack
                                                                                                           Fill pattern            Regulan,-
                                                                                                           •no colon.              sbotts.longt,
                                                                                                           Regoian,
                                                                                                           shorts,loogs.




                                                                  GUARANTEED-TO-FIT FREE ALTERATIONS...
                                                                  if you gain or lose weight w e l l alter free of charge, any time!



                         Men's                                                                 Purewool
                                                                                                                                                     Men's corduroy
                         quality tailored                                                      FLANNEL                                                  SHEPHERD
                         SPORT COATS                                                           SLACKS                                                     COAT
                         in muted plaids                                                 with the
                         soft checks • solid effects                                     permanent crease                                            COMP.
                         smart styling                                                   that will never cease!                                      VALUE
                                                                                                                                                     19.95
                         COMP.
                                                                                           COMP.
                         VALUE                                                                                                                              Rich shearling-look
                                                                                           VALUE
                         29.95                                                                                                                              pile lining and collar
                                                                                           9.95                                                           for weightless warmthl
                                                                                         The crease is in these (lacks to
                         Ivy, Ivy-continental and classic models in                                                                                  • The most important coat of the year—
                                                                                         stay! Permanent creasing is a process
                         new adaptations of the 3-button natural                                                                                       in the smart nip-length styling!
                                                                                         which sets the crease into tbe slacks
                         •boulder and traditional American lUhowttes
                                                                                         as they are made. Plain front model                         • Quality tailored in velvety-smooth
                         designed by Mr. Montagna. Pure wool and                                                                                       cotton corduroy! Bugged and durable!
                                                                                         in Fall tones. 29 to 42.
                         blends of wool and Orion* acrylic
                                                                                                                                                     • Water-repellent! Weather-resistant!
                         in Fall weights. New deep dark tone*.
                                                                                                                                                       Loden green or antelope t a n . . . 34-16!




                                                                                                                                                                               OPEN
Our new salesroom
     In Keansburg         • ROUTE 36 ON MAIN ST                                                                                                                                EVERY
                                                                                                                                                                               NIGHT
                                                                                                                                                                               11119

    oboin ASBUHY PARK                                    Plenty of Free Parking
     toute 35 at Aibury Park Traffic Circle
                                                              at both location*
 RED BANK. KEGISTEH                                                   Htrvvij * tew months tga to
                                                                                                                                                                   lyHoke
UMDiunday, Sept. 7, 1961
                                  School BeU                          comt to Washington u the bride
                                                                      of David Marlin, an attorney for
                                                                                                                    HATPJEN TO Y O W

                                                                                                            WE JUST CAME OVERTO gg
                                  Will Ring                           the Small Business Administra-
                                                                      tion.                                 swze you WERE, WHERE *                                                                                                                                SUPER
                                                                                                           You roue
   1 WEEK ONLY
     SCHOOL
                                  For Caroline                                 Play Group
                                                                     It U believed (he school will
                                                                 have only about seven or eight
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        KHIfflfE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        PAINT
                                WASHINGTON, (AP) - The pupils — presumably largely the
   UNIFORMS                   school bell will ring at the White same group which attended an
                              House this fall for Caroline Ken- rganized play group with 3 Vj-




     50
                              nedy and her friends. The Wash- year-old Caroline at the White
                              ington Evening Star reported yes- House last winter and spring.
                              terday.                               Mrs. Kennedy's decision to in-
                                The story, by Isabelle Shelton, ite the group to hold the classes
                              said Jacqueline Kennedy and the in the White House Is understood                                                                                                                                                              Reg. 6.59
                              parents of several other children to have been reached because
                              are setting up a co-operative she was so unhappy over pub-
                              school with classes to be held in licity which resulted from Car-
                              the presidential mansion.            iline's weekly attendance at the
                                The account went on:             Washington School of the Ballet
                                They have engaged a teacher, last year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   FULL ONE-INCH THICK
        CLEANERS
                              Mrs. Jaclin Lindau Marlin, who Reporters and photographers
                              until recently was director of the were at the door of the ballet
                                                                                                                                                                                           Aluminum Combination
SHIRT LAUNDERERS, Inc. pre-school program at Harvard school to observe and photograph
                              University Graduate School of the President's daughter for the
                                                                                                                                                                                            STORM and SCREEN                                                White and Colon


                                                                                                                                                                                                    DOOR
24 W. FRONT ST. RED BANKS Education.
                                                                  first few weeks.
~ USA i ,'t%. "          .      Mrs. Marlin, who is 29, lefl Mrs. Kennedy, who is de-
                                                                 termined t 0 give her children a
                                                                 normal life despite the spotlight
                                                                 that glares on the White House,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WE
  WOOIWOKTH'C                                                    was so distressed about the bal-
                                                                 let school publicity that she de- © myking Tmtam Stttiktta,
                                                                 voted part of a rare network tel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              RE-GLAZE
            Tor o i m i u AND VAIUC since u n
                                                                 evision interview to lamenting                                                                                                                                                        AND
       _          _AED BANK                                      that she had not been able to
                                                                 keep the lessons private.                     Oceanport Activities Set                                                                                                                       RE-SCREEN
     Candy Special of the Week                                              Nursery School

         If you like freshly Foisted nuts, here's a                                                                      By Scouters
                                                                     Last year she at one time ex- Mr. and Mra. Donald HeEker
                                                                 pressed an interest In having and sons, Gus and Johnny, 92
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ALL TYPES
                                                                 Caroline attend a Northwest Main St., entertained at a family
         special you can't afford to miss!                       Washington co-operative nursery clam bake at their home last                    MIDDLETOWN -Great North-
                                                                                                                                               era District, Monmouth Council
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     • Installation optional          ULUMINUM FRAME
                                                                 school, at which she herself week-end. Guests were Mr. and                                                                                          • Complete, ready to hang!
           Delicious, Fresh, New Crop                                                                                                          of Boy Scouts, is launching its
                                                                 wanted to help out along with the Mrs. HuUbard Stiles and Mrs.
                                                                  rest of the mothers.                Elizabeth Heliker, Highlands,            program for the fall with two                                                                              WINDOWS
             SPANISH                 PEANUTS                          In addition to recognizing that and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van
                                                                 Caroline's attendance would have Brackle, and John Van Brackle,
                                                                                                                                               study programs and a Father
                                                                                                                                               and Son event this month.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Complete, ready to install. Price Includes piano hinge door
                                                                                                                                                                                        with two glass and one screen Insert, storm chain, weather
                                                                                                                                                                                        •tripped, air closure, knob and hardware.
                                                                 drawn the press and also curious all of this borough.                           Harold E. Williams, district
  SPECIAL PRICE
  THIS WEEK ONLY                              42c        Ib
                                                                  bystanders, the first lady may
                                                                 have reluctantly acknowledged House guests of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                  that her own attendance, as one Sal Gentile, 9 Sea Girt Ave.,
                                                                  of the mothers, would have drawn over the Labor Day week-end
                                                                  an even larger crowd.               were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tuo
                                                                                                                                               chairman, has railed for a dis-
                                                                                                                                               trict dinner meeting in Howard
                                                                                                                                               Johnson's Restaurant, Rt. 35,
                                                                                                                                               Monday at 7 p m. Discussions
                                                                                                                                               will Include training methods for                                                                              SUPPLIES
                                                                                                                                               new units, organization details,
                                                                                                      carone and sons, Made sod Ed-

                                                                       Barley Added                   ward, Jr., Bronx, N.Y., and Mr.
                                                                                                                                               financial oampaining and group
                                                                                                                                               activities.                                    NOTE BOOKS                  Pencil Boxes     5^ 77c ^
                                                                                                      and Mrs. Louis Angaralla, North
                                                                                                      Arlington.                                 Mr. Williams said that, with                                             Binders with Clip & Fillers 98c
                                                                       To Program                                                              15 institutions indicating a desire
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          School Bags        1.98 to 4.98
                            IT DOESN'T PAY*
                             Hill L I NMIONMUWNSMVICf, Amwln't
                                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Charles Croydon
                                                                                                                                               to establish new units, the dis-
                                                                             FREEHOLD — Many farmers and daughter, Sharon, 102 Main trict should have an enrollment
                                                                                                                                                                                              SCHOOL BAGS
                              IwgMtfinw »f tam tptciolim do D M ttJI-     need to decide now whether St., were accompanied on a of more than 3,000 scouts by the
                                                                          they'll take part in the 1962 feed motor trip and sight-seeing tour end of 1961. Now in district
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lunch Kits (empty) 1.00 to 129
                               au<|«b of ockhvim a hutliijr «ltr«ctiv»
                                lama, at incmUMy law m l .                grain program, according to                                          units are 2,790 cubs and scouts.
                                  CHOOSE I K PUN TIUTt BEST f OB TO V, County Agricultural Agent, M. A. of Gettysburg, Pa., over the hott Also on Monday, at 8 p.m., cub
                                                                                                                                                                                              LUNCH BOXES                 Lunch Kit Complete          2.59
                                       Relax"                             Clark.
                                                                                                              day weekend by Mrs. Olive Croy-
                                                                                                              don, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
                                                                             The reason—winter barley has Keane of Red Bank.
                                                                                                                                               and scout leaders will have a
                                                                                                                                                     ling roundtable in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          48 Page Composition Book 25c
                                                                          just been added and seeding                                          Methodist Church, Broad St,
                                                                                                                                               Red Bank. Presented will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          36 Pencils                  1.00
                                                                          time is upon us.
                                                                                                                Mrs. George C. D. Hurley, Sr. ideas for programs by cub packs
                                                                             The new feed grain program and George C. D. Hurley, Jr.,                                                        STATIONERY                           • BUDGET TERMS • FREE DELIVERY


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            T)
                                                                                                                                               and scout troops.                                                                     STORE HOURS: 8 AJH. TO I VM.
                                                                          is about the same as the 1961 68 Main St., motored to Taber-
                                                                          plan, but with winter barley nacle, where they visited Mrs. The Father and Son event will                                                                   WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY TO •
 • FINEST MATERIALS
 • EXCLUSIVE POWERED
                                                                          added. The purpose, as with Hurley's brother-in-law and sic be held in a field off Cooper Rd.
                                                                          ither feed grains, is to reduce :er, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Scott. a mile West of Rt. 35 Saturday,
                                                                                                                                               Sept. 23, from l t o 6 p.m. Dads
                                                                                                                                                                                            BALL POINT PENS                           "Between Yanko's ft ReussOles"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            9
                                                                          the total barley acreage while
   EQUIPMENT                                                              irotecting the farmer with price Master Sgt. and Mrs. Robert
                                                                                                                                              and lads will take part in a se-
   5 YEAR PROVEN                                                          support and conversion payments. Byran and sons, Tommy and
                                                                                                                                              ries of scouting skills and exer-
                                                                                                                                              cises.                                       LOOSE LEAP PAPER
   EXPERIENCE                                                               To get price support on his Timmy, who have been staying                                                                                      I 32 Brood St.      SHadyslde 1-7500             Red lank
        pita...                                                           1962 winter barley, a farmer with Mrs. Byran's parents.         Mr
                                                                                                                                             - Genghis Khan, who died in 1227,
                                                                          must divert at least 20 per cent and Mrs. Charles S. GuiUaudeu,
    FREE SOU TEST,                                                                                                                            left little or nothing of lasting
                                                                          of his 1959-60 barley base acreage will leave Thursday for Wyoming material value. Not a stone is
      ALL LABOR,
    AUMTEBUUS,
                         i                                 ^i
                                                                          and at the same time not in- to establish residence there.
                                                                          crease'his corn. He must put
                                                                          these diverted acres into conser- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E.
                                                                           vation uses. Payment for the first Davlson, 13 Dwyane St., and Mr.
                                                                           20 percent of diverted acreage and Mrs. Walter - Jackson,
                                                                                                                                               standing at the site of his greal
                                                                                                                                               capital, Karakorum.                      It Pays to Advertise in The Register
                                                                           will be figured on 50 percent of Brandhport Ave., have returned
  Calf Now!                                              Dang;
                                                                           the normal Itarley yield on thai to their homes following a stay
  NATIONAL IAWNSERVICE                                                     land,-                             at Niagara Falls over the week-
                            iwMvvn                                     ,•    Farmers should check with th end.
      of MDUHKeM.RUMfON                                                    Monmouth County ASC office ai
        Call Day or Night
     Incl. Sundays, Holidays  SH1-4343                                     44 West Main St., before plantin, It adds upl More and more
                                                                           time for details on how the 1962 people use The Register ads each
                                                                           Feed Grain program and the win- issue because results come tas-
                                                                           ter barley provisions will work. ters-Advertisement.


          CHARGE ANY PURCHASE
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                                                                                                               OF RED BANK

                                                                                                             24    BROAD STREET



                                                                                            SALE;
                                                                                         The makers of Playtex offer
                                                                                               you exciting savings on
                                                                                            these first quality girdles.
                                                                                                  Only Playtex girdles
                                                                                           have seven-way stretch so
                                                                                              you can stand, stoop or
                                                                                          sit and they won't ride up.
                                                                                                And Playtex gives you
                                                                                             the coolness and comfort
                                                                                                of an all-cotton lining.
                                                                                         Hurry, though. You save for
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                                                                                                                                                             After the Sale, back they go to regular prices!
                                                                                                                                                        One of thB most nwmmoih, mofl magfllfifWl rtllSHifins ot
                                                                                                                                                        auto seat covers ever assembled! Each one a genuine RAYCO
                                                                                                                                                        cover-the finest you can buy! Every type...every color...
                     reg. 8.95                                                                                                                          patterns and styles galore! Dress up your car interior NOW—
                                                                                                                                                        et a sensational saving! Not every size In every type for every
      Playtex Magic Controller                                                                                                                          car... but a glorious variety to choose from! FIRST COME-             PAY ON THE RAYCO CREDIT
                                     with magic finger panels /                                 reg. 10.95                                              IIRST SERVED.-..50-C0ME EARLYI                                           P U N YOU PREFER!
                                           for tummy control— /
         ,                (jirdle Of parity girdle. White only; I                    Playtex Mold 'n Hold                                                    Rt. 35, No. of Eatonrown Circle
                       Reg. $8.95 now only $7.95 (XL $8.95) I
                                                                                             zipper girdle
                                                                                                         zips on and off to easily.
                                                                                                                                                             Open Dally to 9 P.M.; Sat., 'til 6 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                               • AMPLE PARKING                • LI 2-1333
                                                                                                                                                           You may take up to 20 weeks to pay with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                RAYCO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                C O A S I    JO    COAST
                                                                                              Girdle or panty girdle; White only.
                                                                                                                                                                          no down payment.
                                                                                            A<Q. $10.95 now only $8.95 (XL $9.95)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   RED BA.VK REGISTER-        TbuVwfiy, tyl. 7, 1961—11
                                                                                                                                                                             Stock Dividend
     BUSES TO NEW YORK CITY                                                                                                                                                  Is Declared
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                                                                                                                                                                               ASBURY PARK - The board
              (EXPRESS VIA N. J. TURNPIKE]                                                                                                                                   of directors of New Jersey Nat-
                                                                                                                                                                             ural Gas Co. voted yesterday to

    TWENTY                  ROUND TRIPS        DAILY                                                                                                                         declare a 2 per cent stock divi-,
                                                                                                                                                                             dend to holders trf the company's
                                                                                                                                                                             common stock. It marks the sixth
                                                                                                                                                                             consecutive year the board has
    Buy 10 Trip Books and Save                                                                                                                                               voted a two per cent stock divi-
                                                                                                                                                                             dend.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     • AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
      Per SchtAiU and Ran Call SHadysid* 1*0285                                                                                                                                The record date for the stock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ECONOMY CAR
                                                                                                                                                                             dividend will be 10 business days
                                                                                                                                                                             after approval is received Irom             Sec Page 24 Today's Issue
          HOLLO'S CHARTER SERVICE                                                                                                                                            the New Jersey Board of Public
                                                                                                                                                                             Utility Commissioners, and the
                                                                                                                                                                             pay date will be 15 business days
                    FOR        GROUPS                                                                                                                                        after the record date.
                                                                                                                                                                               The board voted to declare the
     Offer the Best in Comfort and Experience
                     PHONE PRospeet 4-2727
                                                                                                                                                                             regular quarterly common stock
                                                                                                                                                                             cash dividend of 25 cents, pay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        DIVIDEND-PAYING
                                                                                                                                                                             able Oct. 16 to shareholders pf
                                                                                                                                                                             record Oct. 2.                                             STOCKS TO FIGHT
    Asbury fork - New York Transit Corp.                                                                                                                                       The    semi-annual     preferred
                                                                                                                                                                             stock dividend of 60 cents a share
                                                                                                                                                                             was also voted. The record date
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        LIVING COSTS
    401 LAKC AVENUE.                          ASBURY PARK                                                                                                                    for preferred holders is Sept. 18        Need more income to balance your personal
               -UNDER ROLLO MANAGEMENT-                                                                                                                                      and the pay date Oct. I.                 budget? Why not get that income by buying
                                                                                                                                                                              New York's Biltmbre Hotel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      reliable common stocks? As a first step, we'll
                                                                                                                                                                             houses the only ohapel ever              send you a free 19-page booklet listing 375
                                                                                                                                                                             built in an American hotel.              stocks which have paid regular quarterly divi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      dends over periods ranging from 20 years to
                AUCTION                                             PARK PLANS — Discussing iha possibility of conversion of at least part of Sandy                               FAT
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      almost a century. Dividends have grown much
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      faster than living costs in the last two decades.
    Th» undetilgned will oiler for sale at public suction at the                                                                                                                                                      Buying stocks is simple to do—the booklet tells
                                                                    Hook to public park and refuge uie are Monmouth County officials and Jamas P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      just how to start—and we'll be glad to answer
     Sanford P. Dave«, Jr. farm, located two mile, west of
                 Asbury Park on Hamilton Road
                                                                    Mitchell, Little Silver, Republican gubernatorial candidate. Group made a tour of                          OVERWEIGHT                             any questions you have. For your free copy,,
                                                                    the area Tuesday. From left above are Assemblyman Alfred N. Beadleston, Mr. Mit A. vail ibis to you without a doctor's pre-                       just mail the coupon.
                                                                                                                                                      icrlptfon, our drug called ODRIHSX.
          Saturday, September 9, 1961                               chell, State Sen. Richard R. Stout and Freeholder Director Joseph C. Irwin.       You rnuit lose ugly fat In 7 dayi or
                                                                                                                                                                             /our money back. No strenuous eier-
                          —1:00 P. M . -                                                                                                                                           , laxatives, maisage or taklnc ot so-


          32 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE
                                                                        Most out of Manpower Union Beach                                                                     califd reducing candles, crackers or
                                                                                                                                                                             cooklei, or chewing gum, ODRINIX      j Spear, Leeds & Kellogg
                                                                                                                                                                             It a. tiny tablet ant) easily •wallowed.
                                                                                                                                            Harold McConnell, Brook Ave                                                     Membtn New Yortand American Stock Exehufw
                                                                     WASHINGTON, (AP) - Sec- "Our ultimate aim must al- has returned home after being i                      When you taite ODRINEX, you itlU
    FMturins recently fresh and heavy springing cows; alio
    bred aha open heifers. This Is a complete dispersal of 20      retary of the Army Elvij J. Stahr w a y s be to increase the produe patient in Riverview Hospital to;
                                                                                                                                                                             enjoy your meals, still eat the. foodi
                                                                                                                                                                             you like, but you simply don't have         30 Linden Place, Red Bank
    head of registered Jerseys, 8 head of grade Jerseys and        Jr. called yesterday for efforts to tivity of each individual and one week with a broken ankli            the urg* for extra portlom because                 Telephone; SHadytride 1-880O
    1 bead of grade Guernseys.                                                                         make sure that manpower—our                                                 UNS5C depresses your appetite and
                                                                   get the most out of the added most expensive and important                                                decreases your deslr« for lood. Your
  Included are:                 "                                  manpower allotted to the Army. element—provides the greatest Mr. and Mrs. John Sweeney,                   weight must coma down, btcaute ai
                                                                                                                                                                             your own doctor will t«!( you, when
      ITASKA SPECIAL ANNE, two years, <M o[ f a t                     He also urged greater imagina- return to the organization," Stahr Harrison Ave., last week-end en
                                                                                                                                          tertained Mr. Sweeney's father,      ou eat less, you welsh less. Set rid I /M1K.
      Price winner at the New Jersey State Fair.                   tion in developing new fighting said.                                                                     of excess (at and livt longer. OD
      VIOLET BEACON ADVANCER MARCIA,                               tools and plans.                       "Stahr expressed a feeling that Thomas Sweeney, Sr., and broth     RINEX; costs O-00 and is sold on thli I ADDS
      two years, 499 of fat.                                         Stahr, (peaking at the openii; "we need to use greater imagina- er, Thomas Sweeney, Jr., both           GUARANTEE; If not satisfied for1 any
      BASIL BEAU SUE, 582 of fat.                                  of the annual meeting of the As tive also in developing our plans. of Fairview. While there, they         reason just return th« package to your
                                                                                                                                                                             druggist and get your full money back.
•     BEACON BASIL MAGGIE, 582 of fat.                             sodation of the United. State: "We cannot simply warm over spent a day with Mr. Sweeney in                No questions asked. ODRINEX. li sold
                                                                                                                                          Atlantic City.
      APOLLO BASIL CHERYL, 54J of fat.
      TRUDY ASHLEY PATRICIA. 53» ol fat.
                                                                   Army (AUSA), said that the
                                                                   thorization
                                                                                                       World War II concepts, with or
                                                                                  to raise Arm without atomic overtones," he
                                                                   strength by 133,000 "does not                                            Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chasey
                                                                                                                                                                               •Ith this guarantee by:
                                                                                                                                                                             Scott Drug Slore, formerly
                                                                                                                                                                                      R
                                                                                                                                                                                     T Bro**J-Mall Orders Pilled
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  It Pays to Advertise in The Register
      KEYNOTE'S APOLLO PEGGY, 520 of fat.                                                              said. "Even more important, we
                                                                   any way relieve us of the respo; must plan so that we can use Jr., New Milford, spent the week-
     M DAYS BANGS TESTED-BANGS CERTIFIED FREE.                     sibiUty to select, train, assij our tools in cold war as well as end with Mr. Chasey's parents,
               CALFHOOD VACCINATED                                 and use that manpower to tf in hot war—and employ them Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chasey, Sr.,
                                                                   absolute best of our profession; anywhere in the world."               Florence Ave. Sunday dinnei
^             SANFORD P. DAVES. JR.. Owntr                         ability."                                                              guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chase)
                                                                                                         The AUSA meeting attracted Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh                                                                     on the campus . . .
                  Phone Asbury Park-PR 4-4620                        In hia prepared speech, Star defense leaders, Industry of- Huntiinger, Sloatsburg, R Y.

                     GENE SLAGLE, I N C .
                                                                   said the Army staff has been r ficials, and other supporters of
                                                                                                   <
                                                                   viewing the manpower sitifatioi the Army to three days of New members will be wel                                                                                or on the job . . .
    I l l E. Church St., Marion, Ohio, Auctioneers and Realtors    "seeking ways to make better ui speeches and presentations keyed corned Monday ni^ht at a mee
                                                                   of every man."                      to the theme "The Army's Global ing of Boy Scout Troop 56. Boyi
                                                                                                       Frontiers."                        wishing to become members
                                                                                                                                        should attend this meeting at 7:30
                                                                                                                                        p.m. in the Legion Hall, Front                                                                              ZERO]
                                                                                                     Nan Fined $50                      St., or contact Scoutmaster Harrj
                                                                                                     For Hitting Wife                   Breil or Charles Tomasko, a                                                                                ,KING
                                                                                                                                        sistant.

                    MONTGOMERY WARD
                         MONMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER                            PH. U 2-2150
                                                                                                       RED BANK - John Novicky,
                                                                                                     41, of 11 Catherine St., yesterday
                                                                                                     was fined $50 for assault and
                                                                                                     battery on his wife, Mrs. Bar-
                                                                                                                                          Kathy O'Connell, daughter
                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Connell
                                                                                                                                        East Orange, has returned homi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               channel
                                                                                                     bara Novicky.                      after spending a week with hei
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             c o a t $39.95
    YOUR BEST BUY
                                                                                                       Magistrate John V. Crow^ll grandmother,         Mrs. Margarel
                                                                                                     also imposed a 60-day suspended Donnelly, Prospect Ave. •
                                                                                                     jail sentence on Novicky.
                                                                                                        Louis T. Kennedy, 21, of 166                                                                                             Brand new and bound to please . . .
                                                                                                     Catherine St., was fined $25 for
                                                                                                     being drunk on West Front St                                                                                               ZE|R$KING's new Channel Coat. The


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                                                                                                     Doughty, 39 Brighton Ave., Fair-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The lining and collar of 100% Creslan
                                                                                                     view, was fined $30 for leaving
                                                                                                     the scene of an accident.                                                                                                  Acrylie Sherpa. In regulars and longs
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                                                                                                    (Newsie) Lipschitz, 57, of Eliz-     smart shoe
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                                                                                                    jail sentence and a $509 fine on
                                                                                                    a charge of possession of a lot-
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                                                                                                      erv s)iD.
                                                                                                       The fine and sentence were
                                                                                                                                         find that buying
                                                                                                                                         shoes here
                                                                                                                                         will save you
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                  THIS WEEK ONLY                                                                    handed down yesterday by chief       money as every seventh pair
                                                                                                    Magistrate Nicholas Castellano.
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                                                                                                    while sitting in a parked car all
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                    Sept ?, 196L                                           RED BASK HEG1STER                                                                                        Rummage Salt
                                                                                                                                                                                      ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Or-                        Monmouth Names
      Players Cast Season's First                                                                                                                                                   der ol the Amaranth will sponsor
                                                                                                                                                                                    a nunmags sate today, tomorrow
                                                                                                                                                                                    and Saturday at 61 First Ave.              In thi" "History of the Jersey Shore" edjted by one
                                                                                                                                                                                      The sale will be open today         William Nelson and dated 1902; we read: 'Well kept
                  Eight Roles in Three'Act Comedy                                                                                                                                   lad tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. to
                                                                                                                                                                                    3:30 p.m. Saturday hours will be      roads lead from Seabright...rich in historic reminis-
                                                                                                                                                                                    from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.               cences . . . with elegant modern dwellings and quaint
  NAVESNK -          C u t assign- 27 and 28 and Nov. 3 and 4           Dinner," as Linus, Sr. In "Sa-
ments for "ha and Behold," Moo- the Naveunk Library.                     brina."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          dignified homes of the Colonial type. The Rumson
mouth Plsyers' first production The leading role of Milo wi                Mrs. Jean Wenner Warren,                                                                                  Utah has the highest percent-        Road... famous as the most beautiful driveway in New
of the season, were announced be played by Lawrence Manning                                                                                                                        age of adults who have completed       Jersey, is constantly thronged in season with equipages
                                                                         West Keansburg, and Michael P.
here today *>y William 0 . Barnei, Highlands, Mr. Manning has ap                                                                                                                   high school,
                                                                         Bivona, Highlands, will have the                                                                                                                                               which for elegance can not
Jr.. who will direct the three-act peared in many Players' produ         romantic leads. M^s. Warren, i
comedy.                            tions including "Born Yestei          new member of the group, ma
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        be surpassed in any city in
  The pl«y null be presented Oct. day," "The Man Who Came               jored in dramatics at Montclair
                                                                        State College and directed a
                                                                        production there of "The Diary
                                                                                                                                                                                    Brenda Rose Is Bride                                                the world. For miles on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        either side the road is lined
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             with the summer residences of
 Wedding in St. George's                                                of Anne Frank." While in college,
                                                                         she also appeared in several
                                                                        playg.                                                                                                      Of Ronald J. Wighard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             weiH-faiown people of New York,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             those who are leaders in finance,
                                                                                Long-Time Member                                                                                                                                                             in commerce and In the social
 For Miss Joan Bailey                                                      Mr. Bivona has been active
                                                                        with the Players backstage and
                                                                                                                                                                                     KEYPORT—Miss Brenda Irene Bible adorned with white roses world, who have expended for-
                                                                                                                                                                                   Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and streamers of stephanotis.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Jack Rose, 812 Poole Ave., Hazlet, Miss Janis Allison, Newark, tunes in beautifying their es-
                                                                        onstage for many years. He ap-
     RUMSON — Miss Joan Hard                                                                                                                                                       became the bride of Ronald Jo- was maid of honor. She wore a tates"
                                                                        peared in "Light Up the Sky,"
  •on Bailey, daughter of Mr. ani                                                                                                                                                  seph Wighard, Saturday in St. lilac peau de soie cocktail-length "Particularly noticeable among
                                                                        "Fifth Season," "The Desperate
  Mrs. William H. Bailey, 70 Ward                                                                                                                                                  Mary's Episcopal Church.               dress and a matching bow head these Is the home of Mr. Edward
                                                                        Hours," and other plays.
  Ave., became the bride of Ken'                                                                                                                                                     Rev. Henry Male performed the piece. She carried a fireside bas- Dean Adams." This larg? estate
                                                                           The three ghosts, an Indian
  neth' John Moyle Saturday in thi                                                                                                                                                 double ring ceremony.                  ket of yellow fuji mums.           is now owned by Dr. and Mrs.
                                                                        maiden, a southern belle and a
  chantry of S t (Geofge's^by-thi                                                                                                                                                    The bridegroom is the son ol Mrs. Kenneth Rose, Hazlet, sis- A. J. Plsanl.
                                                                        mad composer, will be portrayed
  River Episcopal Church. Thi                                                                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wighard, ol ter-in-law of the bride; Mrs, Ward|
                                                                        by Mrs. Robert E. Norton, Rum-
 bridegroom is the son of Mr,                                                                                                                                                      Rahway.                               Heitmann, Roselle Park, siste                   Questions:
                                                                        son; Mrs. Charles M. Preston,
  and Mri. Albert Moyle of Toron-                                                                                                                                                    Thp bride was given in mar- of the bridegroom, and Miss Bar- 16. Bowne: Information re-
                                                                        Fair Haven, and Robert Pearst,
 to, Ontario, Canada.                                                                                                                                                              riage by her father. She wore a bara Chambers, Hazlet, cousin ol quested on the names of the last
                                                                       Rumson. Mrs. Norton, production
     Mr. Bailey escorted his daugh-                                     manager pf the Players, had the                                                                            full-length gown of peau de soie the bride.were the attendants. Bowne descendents who lived In
 ter. She wore a street-length gown                                    title role of "Laura," and ap-                                                                              designed with an embroidered They also wore lilac dresses and the Bowne Homestead In Leon-
 of white embroidered organdy                                          peared in "The King of Hearts"                                                                              lace bodice, and chapel-length headpieces and carried baskets ardo, NJ. (I.T.B., Mlddletown)
 fashioned with a portrait neck'                                       and "Fifth Season." She was a                                                                               train. Her fingertip-length veil of of yellow fuji mums.
  line. An orange blossom head                                          member of the cast of the New                            Mrs, Kenneth R. Wade                              French illusion fell from a peau Miss Lynda Heitmann, Roselle 17, Miller: Information wanted
 piece held her short veil and                                         Jersey Theater League Tourna'                                                                              de soie headpiece trimmed with Park, niece of the bridegroom on Baron John Miller (Muiler)
                                                                                                                                                                                  orange blossoms. She carried a was junior bridesmaid. Deborah and his wife the Baronesj Anna
 the carried a colonial bouquet ol
 babies'-breath centered* with an
 orchid.
                                                                       ment Competition Play in 1959.
                                                                           Mrs. Preston has had roles in
                                                                         'Sabrina," "Fifth Season" and
                                                                                                            Gail Alleyne Married                                                          Resumes Ballet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Heitmann, Roselle Park, also
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         niece of the bridegroom, was Borg).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Catherine Gertrude (nee Van
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (E.Y.W., Freehold)
                                                                        "The Man Who Came to Dinner."                                                                                                                    flower girl. They were dressed in
    Miss Susan Bailey and Miss
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        yellow organdy dresses with sa
 Barbara Bailey were maid of hon
 or and bridesmaid for tieir sis-
 ter. They were gowned in pink
                                                                       Last spring she played the lead-
                                                                       ing female role in the Little Sil-
                                                                       ver Woman's Club play, "The
                                                                                                            To Kenneth R. Wade                                                                                                                                 18. Scheock: Can someone send
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         brina necklines and cap sleeves, authorization for the spelling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        with matching bow headpieces Schendc or Sohanck, Sham* or
                                                                      Third Best Sport."                      RED BANK - The AME Zioi                                                                                   They carried miniature fireside Shenck?             (P.W., PlainfieM)
 and white candy-striped embroi-                                                                                                                 Miss Wanda Keyes was flower
                                           Mrs. Kenneth J. Moyle          Mr. Pearse, a former Players' Church was the setting here Aug girl. Her frock matched the                                                      baskets of lilac fuji mums.
 dered organdy and pink bow hats
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ward Heitmann, Rosetle Park,        'Monmouth Names" Is written
 and carried colonial boucjieti of State College where she Is a mem- iresldent, has appeared in "Glad 26 for the marriage of Miss Ga; bridesmaids, and she carried
                                                                        Idlngs," "Laura," "Born             Alleyne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs basket of yellow flowers.                                                  brother-in-law of the bridegroom, by members of- the staff of ths
 pink and white sweetheart roses, ber of Tau Epsilon Chi,                                                                                                                                                                served as best man. Ushers were Monmouth County Historical As-
    Bernard Moyle and Wayne An alumnus of Princeton L'ni lerday" and "Bus Stop."                            Charles Aileyne, 297 West Ber
                                                                                                            gen PI., to Kenneth R. Wade, 7           Red Bank Graduate                                                  Kenneth Rose, Hazlet, brother of sociation and appears in Tfi»
Moyle, Toronto, brothers at the ersity, Mr. Moyle is an electrica                 Role of Bookie                                                 The bride is a graduate of Red                                          the bride: Thomas Fivek, Jr. Register every Thursday. Ques-
bridegroom, served as best man ngineer with Western Electric, Jack, a bookie will be por- Powell Ave., Atlantic Highlands, Bank High School and is em-                                                                  Linden, and Edward Markewize, tion* and answers to previously
                                                                                                           son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wadi
and usher.                             llentown, and i» a member ol trayed by Chester A. Hammann,                                             ployed by the New Jersey High-                                            Clark, Scott Heitmann, Roselle published questions may be tent
                                                                                                           of Brooklyn, N.Y.
    A reception was held in the Dial Lodge.                           Rumson. Mr. Hammann, the Rev. C. E. Bourne, pastor, of- way Authority.                                                                            Park, was junior usher for his to the association in Freehold,
iome of the bride'* parents. After                                     iroup's- treasurer, appeared- in ficiated at the double ring cere- The ibridegroom is a graduati                                                 uncle.                              or in care of The Register.
a wedding trip to New York                                             he group's New Jersey Theater                                         of Middletown Township High                                                    A reception followed in Kenny
City, the couple will reside In Al-    Some of the dunes in Great ,eague Competition Play last mony. Mrs. Theresa Daniels wa; School and is employed by Food                                                            Acres, Woodbridge. When they re-
lentown, Pa.                         iand Dunes National Monument: ipring. He also had a role in organist and Miss Janet Hill, solo- City and Superama. The couple,                                                     turn from their wedding trip to              VISITS MOTHER
                                     n Colorado rise to 1,000 feet in The Third Best Sport" for            ist. A reception was held In the
    The bride is a graduate of Kum-                                                                       Blue Diamond Cocktail Lounge who have returned from a Cana-,                                                  the Poconos, the couple will re- NEW SHREWSBURY - Mr.
aon-Fair Haven Regional High leight. They are the highest and iittle Silver group.                            The bride was given in mar- dian wedding trip, are residing in                                            side in Elizabeth,                  and Mrs. James J. Hagan and
School and f* a senior at Trenton largest in the United States.          Donald Gordon, New Mon- riage by her father. She wore a the Beattie Apartments, Locust                                                             The bride was graduated from daughter Alice, Pearl River,
                                                                     mouth, will have the part of Win- long-sleeved gown of silk organza Ave.                                                                           Barringer High School, Newark, N.Y., recently visited his mother,
                                                                     gate. Active in the Players for designed with a pearl appiiqued                                                                                    and the North Jersey Secretarial Mrs. Laurence Hagan, 68 Clear-
                                                                     many years, Mr. Gordon has ap- portrait neckline. Her fingertip                                                                                    School, Newark. She Is employed riew Dr. The family is en route
      REOPENING...                                                    wared in "The Tender Trap," veil was held in place by a crown
                                                                      'The Man Who Came to Dinner' of pearls and sequins and she
                                                                      ind "Mr. Barry's Etchings" and carried fuji chrysanthemums and
                                                                                                                                              Dessert Party                              Miss Margaret Cross
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        by the Fidelity Union Trust Com-         the University'of Minnesota
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        pany, Newark. A past worthy ad- where Mr. Hagan will continue
                                                                       :her productions.                                                      To Open Year                          RED BANK — Miss Margaret visor of the Order of the Rafnbow ils studies for a Ph.D. degree In '
            KATIA FOREST                                                 Understudies for the above
                                                                                                          roses.                                                                   :ross, 8 Maple Ave., is resuming for Girls, the bride is now a mem- ilo-chemistry.
                                                                                                                                                RED BANK - The fall season ler classes in ballet, toe, tap and ber of the Eastern Star.
                                                                        lies will be Mrs. Jeanne Smith,           Matron of Honor

       BALLET SCHOOL                                                    liddletown; Mrs. M. H. Lutkin,
                                                                        est Long Branch, and Richard was matron of honor for her sis- dessert card party Sept. 18 at 1
                                                                      'ericy. West Keansburg.
                                                                               Actor and Director
                                                                                                             Mrs. Carmen Brown, Red Bank of activities by the Woman's Club sallroom dancing for teen-agers The bridegroom was graduated A fire has been smouldering In

                                                                                                         ter. The attendants were Misses
                                                                                                                                               f Red Bank will open with, a ind adults.                                from Roselle High School and 'coal mine near Wilkes Barre,
                                                                                                                                                                                    Classes are conducted in Red served four years in the Air Pa., for the past 75 years. Tie
                                                                                                         Wilma Winrow, Red Bank; Sally p.m. in the club house. Mrs. ank, Lincroft and Freehold.                        Force. He is employed by Weston mokinp area is called "Burning
                 Formerly with Radio City                                                                                                   George H. Weis is chairman. Mrs.                                           Electric Company, Newark.           Mountain."
                     Music Hall Ballet                                  Mr. Barnes, the Players' presl- Austin, New Shrewsbury; Beatrice A. N. Fonskov and Mrs. A. P. Miss Cross is a graduate of the
                                                                      ent, has directed one act plays, Alleyne, another sister of the Hagen are in charge of reserva- Chalif Normal School ol Dancing,
                                                                         r the group and musical corn- bride, and Mrs. Maureen Hawk-                                              •few York, and studied at the
            Registrations Now Being Accepted
                                                                      dies for school and civic groups ins of Washington, D.C.
                                                                                                                                              ions.                               Sallet Theatre School. She re-         Kitty Kelly:
      DAILY CLASSES STARTING SEPT. I I t h                                the area. He appeared in "The All were gowned in blue green The board of trustees will meet vived her tap training from Paul
                                                                      'ender Trap," "The Man Who chiffon over taffeta and wore at 9:30 a.m. and the board of raper, Edward Sinclair and Jack
     CHAPEL HILL ROAD,              MIDDLETOWN                                 to Dinner," and had the matching French bow headpieces. directors at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. 5tanly. A member of the New
                                                                       radlng male role in the Little The honor attendant carried a The annual fall luncheon is slat- ork Society of Teachers of
                                                                       ilver Woman's Club production bouquet of white daisies and the ed for Oct. 2 at 12:30 p.m. in >ancing, Miss Cross has been a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A Big Problem
           PHONE        AT I -3668                                      ' "The Third Best Sport."
                                                                         Rehearsals for "Lo and Be-
                                                                                                          others, yellow daisies.           Shadowbrook, Shrewsbury. Mrs. :ounsellor at the North Shore Dear Kitty:                                        sick. To make matters worse,
                                                                                                                                            Jayne Stirnweiss Is chairman, as- :amp, Port Jefferson, N.Y., and My husband asked me to write the best friend is an invalid.
                                                                                                                                            sisted by Mrs. Weis.                   :amp Kenlco, Kent, Conn.            you for advice on what to us What to'do?—Very Disturbed.
                                                                     hold" will begin tomorrow.           Plan Bus Trip                         Mrs. Dale B. Otto and Mrs. Her local classes are open to is a real problem—my mother                           Dear Disturbed: The letter
                                                                                                                                            Henry J. Braun are in charge ol hildren from four years old and Ever since dad passed away six is only circumstantial evidence.
                                                                                                        ||To New York                       reservations.                        adults.                               years ago I've been her sole Ask your husband for the truth.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       support.
              Free, To All Teenage Girls!                                                                    RUMSON — The Rumson aux-
                                                                                                         iliary of Riverview Hospital will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Is this a passing fancy or a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           I am one of five children; serious affair? What does he
                                                                                                         sponsor a bus trip Sept. 19 to the
                                                                                                         General Foods plant, White
                                                                                                         Plains, and Readers Digest,
                                                                                                                                              Heise-Silcox Wedding                                                     three boys and two girls. Mother Intend to do? If it li you he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       lives next door to us in a small really lovea, help him to help
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       house we own. She has high himself. Any man Is prey to a

              "Sweet Seventeen                                                                           Pleasantville, N. Y.
                                                                                                            Mrs. P. H. Radford, 15 Atlantic
                                                                                                        Ave., Long Branch, is in charge
                                                                                                        of reservations for the trip which
                                                                                                                                              In Methodist Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      blood pressure, a heart condi- worpan with an Invalid hus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       tion, is partially crippled in one band, especially If she is physl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       foot and'recently suffered her caMy attractive.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       second stroke. And still she in-
                                                                                                        will include luncheon at the Read- RED BANK — Miss Linda Lee and John Frederic Silcox of Key- sists upon doing for herself!                        Dear Kitty:

                   Party"                                                                               ers Digest cafeteria and dinner Heise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. port.
                                                                                                        at Schrafft's new restaurant in
                                                                                                        East Chester, N.Y.
                                                                                                            The bus will leave here
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I love her dearly and would I am 17 and could be very
                                                                                                                                            Leslie Heise of Maiden, Mo., was Rev. W. Gordon Lowden pas- be the last person in the world pretty i( it were not for a broken

                                                                                                                                            Frederic Silcox, Jr., son of Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                       officiated at the ceremony to hurt her feelings. But, to nose. I checked with the local
                                                                                                                                                                                      the Red Bank Methodist leave her alone is to let her die.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           hospitals and have found a plas-
                                                                                                        i a.m. from Bingham Ave.             largaret Ely Silcox of Holmdell| Church.                                 Her other children are indiffer- tic surgeon who can take out the
                                Fall Fashions in Shoes With                                                                                                                        The bride was given in mar- ent to what happens. If my                  unsightly bump. With It I am
                                                                                                                                                                                riage by her father, She wore a band and I mention this sJie self-conscious, reluctant to
                                  Franklin Simon Clothe*                                                                                                                        royal blue silk faille two-piece! pouts for days and if, I try to the house and generally miser-
                                                                                                                                                                                dress, a blue feather hat and a help her she cries that I'm boss- able. My sister Is s> beautiful
                                                                                                                                                                                white orchid corsage.

        Friday — Sept. 8 - 4 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                     ing her. My husband is just i s and believe me, that doesn't help
                                                                                                                                                                                   The junior bridesmaid was Miss good to her as I am, but she matters. Now mother says T
                                                                                                                                                                                Nancy Jill Heise, Maiden, Mo., resents anything we do. We are not have the operation. Trv/to
                                                                                                                                                                                sister of the bride. She wore a both nervous wrecks. Can you help her see tfiat I erauriKht in
                                                                                                                                                                              | royal blue dresj trimmed with heJp us?—Trying to Do Good. wanting the operation — Please
                                monmouth shopping center's                                                                                                                      white organdy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Dear Trying: Your husband HeW
                                                                                                                                                                                  Glenn Slininger, was best man,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        comes first. Take a stand. Your
                        Civic Auditorium                                                                    from this corner
                                                                                                                                                                                and Henry Ryder, Detroit, Mich.,
                                                                                                                                                                                ring bearer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dear Please Help: In this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       brothers are equally responsi- case you are right and. your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ble for their mother's welfare. mother wrong, provided the
                                                                                                                                                                                  The bride is a graduate ol You've done your share, now
                                                                                                                                                                                Maiden High School and attend- it's their turn and don't let plastic surgeon is reliable. Get
                                         Free Admission to All Girls!                                        of our world...                                                   ed Southern Illinois University, sentiment stop you. Your moth- the best. It is a woman's dutv
                                                                                                                                                                               Carbondale, 111., where she was er evidently needs constant to bs her most attractive self.
                                                          SEE! Your favorites from                                                                                              a member of theAquaettes, Fly- care. A practical nurse or a I know many who've" under-
                                                       ASBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL                               Oliver Shoes                                                      ing Salukis and the choir.                                                  gone plastic surgery and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       nursing home Is the answer. emerged all <he prettier. As a
                                                                                                                                                                                  The bridegroom is a graduate Figure up the cost, divide the
                                                       LONG BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL                            dancer*8 corner...                                                   of Red Bank High School and expenses into five, call a fam-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           reporter I witnessed a plastic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           surgery operation on Edna
                                                       MIDDLETOWN HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                                  Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, ily powwow and lav down the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wallace Hooper, the actress. I
                                                                                                                                                                               Pa. He is a member of Kappa law. Either tfiq others share
                                                        RED BANK CATHOLIC H. S.                                                                                                                                                                            saw her before and after. The
                                                                                                                                                                               Delta Rho and is employed by and share alikp or you go to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           results wers remarkable both
                                                         RED BANK HIGH SCHOOL                                                                                                  Bendix Corporation.                     the law. It will be on your nlwsicaUy and as a morale
                                                                                                                                                                                  The couple reside at 23 Slain side.                                      builder.
                                                        RUMSON-FAIR HAVEN H. S.                                                                                                St., Keyport. '

                                                                HEAR! The Most!                                                                                                                                         Dear Kitty:                            Send your problem to Kittv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          My husband olaims he is han-       Kelly. Enclose a stamped, letf-
                                                                   In Pergon!                                                                                                                                           pily married but some while          addressed envelope, and address
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        back, In goinjr through his          her In care of The Red Bank Reg-
                                                        "Swinging Tokay's                                                                                                                                               pockets, I found a letter from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        his best friend's wife saying they
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ister. Helpful leaflets available,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Today's offering: "Ten Rules
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        were made for each other, It         That Will Help Oldsters Stay
                                                             Band"                                                                                                                   THAT NATURAL LOOK                  sure shocked me; I felt positively   Young."
                                                                                                                                                                                      Putting makeup base and.
                                                       FREE! Refreshments!                               a salute to the dance teachers of our city                                 powder on nose, forehead, i
                                                                                                                                                                                                   checks and/
                                                                     Be Sociable                         Our hati are off to thois gallant people- who carefully,                                  c h i n i s not{'
                                                                                                                                                                                                   e n o u g h . 11<'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MARIA HARRITON
                                                                                                         patiently toach our children not just dance steps, but th                                 should        bei,
                                                                PEPSI COLA                               rudiments of poiso and social grace.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   blended i n t o '
                                                                                                                                                                                                   the n e c k to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SCHOOL OF BALLET
                                                                                                                                                                                                   prevent        a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    5th SEASON
                                                                SURPRISES!                               Any mother who't watched an awkward duckling trans-                                       mask-like ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   pearance.     If
                                                                                                         formed into a graceful swan under such a teacher will join                makeup is not natural baking                  An opportunity      for your child lo develop
                                                           Excitement galore! Fun                                                                                                   it is not performing ils job
                                                                                                         in this tribute.                                                                                                        pohr, grace and coordination         by the world
                                                          It's a Date, Girls!                              If your young one hasn't            of information on dance, a llsl
                                                                                                                                                                                   properly.     Choose cosmetic
                                                                                                                                                                                 .colors carefully to comple-                    famous    Bohhni    Method     o\ Classic    Ballet.
                                                                                                                                                                                 cment your natural coloring. ]
                                                         It's free! Nothing to buy!                        started to dance yet, if you        of teachers in your area,          , Choose your back-to-school,
                                                                                                           haven't fully investigated tho      PLUS a complete line of dance       hairdo carefully. For a be-,
                                                                                                        ij ways in which dance can help                                                                                           x   CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 18th
                                                                                                                                               footwear and accessories by         coming hairdo for Rirls, youngi
                 "Sweet Seventeen Party"                                                                   achieve self-confidence, why
                                                                                                           nol stop at our Capezio-Danc-
                                                                                                           er's Corner? We have lots
                                                                                                                                               Capezio, the Dancer's Cobbler
                                                                                                                                               since 1887.
                                                                                                                                                                                   or old, make an appointment i
                                                                                                                                                                                   at S t e p h e n Hairdressers,'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               BEGINNER • INTERMEDIATE • ADVANCED
                                                                                                                                                                                   Campbell's Junction, 518 Main'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Limited to Students Over Six Years of Age
                        Civic Auditorium - Friday                                                                                                                                  Slrcet, DeJford. Phone 787-J i
                                                                                                                                                                                   0655. Under personal direction,1



                                          ilno center            Earontown Orel* & Rout* 35
                                                                          LI 2-0211
                                                                                                           OLIVER SHOES                                                            of Mr. Stephen. Air condi-
                                                                                                                                                                                   tioned.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     will most flt the Church Homo, Presby-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             terian Church at Shrewsbury, Sycamore Avenua.

                                                                                                         88 BROAD STREET                                    RED BANK                                                         For Enrollment Information Coll Liberty 2-2294
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               RED BANK REGISTER   Thursday, Sept 7, 19*51—13
                          Talfc:                                                                                                                     London Expert Says:
        iThree R's and Art                                                                                                                               Small Sums Can Buy                                                                                                                      Art
                               By Eleanor,Marlco
                                                                                                                                                          ART AUCTIONEER               why prices of art seem so high ings, they are not in many             artists are still in private hands
             Today's second anniversary of Opening Sunday, the Bleni                                                                                                                                                                                          and they are tine Mctures which
                                                                                                                                                         By MILTON MARMOR              to most people.                   very much more expens'vi
      • thi* weekly art column is marked will have participating approxi                                                                                                                                                                                     are popular today. Veople don't
                                                                                                                                                                                         His view—they aren't.           they were then."
         wit* a scholarly greeting to the raatdy S nation* of Europe
                                                      O                                                                                               LONDON, (AP) — With works He explains: "You must com- Why do certain works of art, buy Italian Renaissance paint-
         three R's — revival, reunion and Africa, South America, Austral                                                                           of art selling at hundreds of pare prices with pre-war prices particularly by the Impression- ings because there are no great
         refurbishing.                      ia and Asia. The only non                                                                              thousands of dollars, what chance by dividing by 3 and with pre- ists, go for so much money un ones obtainable today. They tre
             Exploring about this summer government         sponsored parti'                                                                       has an ordinary art lover to build 1914 prices by dividing by 5. And ier the auctioneer's hammer?         not on the market."
         for a new outlook on art and       pant on the list is the Unit,                                                                          up a collection?                    a good work of art increases ir "Because these types of paint- A great Old Master would fetch
         news, I took an unpolitica. trek States section sponsored by the                                                                            A good chance, says an expert. value 5 per cent each year.           ngs are still obtainable. Works of a price in excess of the finest
         to Cape Cod and its famous art International Council of the Mu>                                                                             "Money is not a yardstick if "If you do that for old paint- nigh quality by Impressionist Impressionist painting, he said,
         colony, Piwincetown — a place seum of Modern Art. Fourteen                                                                                you are interested," says Peter                                                                           if it went on the market.
         conducive to inspiration, natural Americans included are Leonard                                                                          Wilson, the man who in his time                                                                              Have there been great bargains
         air conditioning and beards.       Baskin, Robert MoUienveJl am
             A slow shuffle with the crowds Reuben Nakian, who will be dis
         down sun-drenched Commercial tinguished with one-man shows,
                                                                                                                                                   has auctioned off a Cezanne for
                                                                                                                                                   more than $600,000 and a Rubens
                                                                                                                                                   for more than $750,000.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Nuptial Mass Follows                                   at your sales?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "Just before the war we sold a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             painting by Canaletto for a thou-
         St. is a challenge even to autom- and DiUer, Robert Engman                                                                                  "I think there are interesting                                                                          sand pounds. Today it is worth
         atons to withhold response to John Chamberlain, Richard Die- O N YOUR MARK — Waiting for the signal to dive in works of art that are purchasable
         the compressed realm of art        benkorn, Richard Stankiewicz,
         along the narrow oneway street. Ellsworth Kelly, Sonia Gechtoff,
                                                                                 are Mark Finn, 6-year-old ion of Mr. and Mrs. George for very small prices indeed,"
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Miss Gaynors Wedding                                   30,000 pounds. Remembering the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             pound is worth one-third of its
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             pre-war value that means the
         But I found it to fee no farther   Stephen Green, Leon Golub Finn, 39 Slenwood Dr., New Shrewsbury, and Hope Anna said Wilson in an interview in NEW MONMOUTH — Miss Ann Paul Slezak, Bayside, N. Y., Canaletto went up in value by 10
         away than the Shrewsburys,         Richard Pousette-Dart and Let Heldreth, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heldrath, iis rambling Bond Street offices. Gaynor                        of Middletown      and was best man. Ushers were Rob- times," he replied.
                                            Bontecou.                                                                                             Educated at Eton and Oxford, he
              While I viewed paintings by                                        Wanamassa. The treat is taffy from Bamberger'i new is chairman of the board of theAnthony Peter Cottell of Wood- ert O'Beirne, Woodside, N. Y.,
      . Valdl S. Mark in the Eva                                                                                                                                                      side, N. Y., were married here and John Ford, King's Park, L.I.
                                                                                 Barton's Candy Shop. Looking as if he's ready for a noted auction firm of Sotheby's
           DeNagy gallery there, the New        Paintings completed on th                                                                            But, Wilson was asked, how Saturday in St. Mary's Catholic Robert Decass, Metuchen, served
           Brunswick artist was giving a Madison campus of Fairleigh bit» himself it Bamberger manager Otto Black, left.
           demonstration at the Guild of Dickinson University this sum-
                                                                                                                                                  small would a small price be? Church.
                                                                                                                                                     "If someone wants to collect, Rev; Louis Stingel officiated at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        as the ring bearer, "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Country Club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FRENCH
           Creative Art gallery In Shrews- mer by International artists                                                                           for instance, in classical or na-the ceremony and celebrated the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             for
           bury. Another gallery owner opened Tuesday and wDl con-
           and New York artist John Gay. tinue through Sept. 20 at High-    Miss MacGeorge Weds                                                   tive or graphic arts there are nuptial mass.                             A reception followed in the Old
                                                                                                                                                  terribly interesting things you The bride is the daughter of the Orchard Country Club. When they
           ner commented that he once gate Gallery, 827 Third Ave.,
           exhibited In Nerw Jersey...       New York City. The final re-
                                                                                                                                                 can buy for 10 or 20 pounds ({28 late Mr. and Mrs. John Gaynor, return from a motor trip through
                                                                                                                                                  or $56). Over the years you can                                       the northern states, the couple
                                                                                                                                                                                      942 Palmer Ave., Middletown. will reside in Woodside, N. Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Children
           "at some place called the Old ception and exhibition given by
           Mill (Union Falls). An alum- the university drew wide at-        Joseph R McGinnis                                                     form a collection which is of in-Mr. Cotteil is the son of Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                  terest to any serious scholar of Theresa Cottell, Woodside, N. Y. The bride completed her edu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      8 to 14 and
           nus of Brooklyn College, he tention. The work of the pro-
           was a student of art professor fessional painters from differ-
           Burgoyne Diller of Atlantic ent nations and cultures
                                                                                                                                                 art who is not blinded by price
                                                                                 UNION BEACH - Miss Patri- fitted sleeves. Her fingertip-length standards," he said.
                                                                                ia MacGeorge, daughter of Mr veil of illusion was held by a "If you can afford to spend 109
                                                                                                                                                                                        The bride was given in mar-     cation in Ireland and was em-
                                                                                                                                                                                      riage by her brother, Patrick ployed by the Credit Bureau of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Adults
          Highlands.                         slated for • local show at the                                                                                                           Gaynor, Middletown. She wore Central New Jersey in the Red                  . . French educated Lln-J
                                                                                                                crown and she carried a cas- to 200 pounds ($280 to $560) a                                             Bank office.                           Fcroft resident now formingl
                                             guild's gallery In Shrewsbury. and Mrs. James F. MacGeorge cade bouquet of white roses.                                                  a full-length gown of Chantilly
            George Schwacha, known here                                        •14 Edmunds Ave., Union Beach                                      year on works of art you can        lace and peau de soie with            j e bridegroom was graduated ksmall groups for September J
        for hi* contemporary atyscapes,                                                                                   Maid of Honor           gradually get together a very in-                                                                            'start. Tell your friends,!
                                                                             became the bride of Joseph Peter                                                                         chapel-length train. A small frbrn Bishop Loughlin High kenroll now. For details!
      . was represented at the DeNagy The innovation of chartere                                                                                 teresting small group of things."                                      School, Brooklyn, and is attending rpjease call . . ,
                                                                                                                 -Miss_Dorothea MacGeorge, Un- Wilson has clearcut views on matching lace hat held herfmger-
        gallery »nd two of his paintings bus trips to art museums is                                            ion Beach, was maid of honor for                                     tip-length veil and she carried a Sty College of New York. He is
        were In one of the leading res- ing Introduced this season by tw ily Catholic Church.
        taurants in the colony.            galleries — Monmouth Arts Ga                                         her sister. She wore a white and
                                                                                                                                           e                                         cascade bouquet of white chrys- the president of the college De-                                  SH7333T
            Included in the Charles Web-
                                           lery, Red Bank, and Art Fa
                                           Galleries, Rt. 35, Hotadel.
                                                                                                                   h
                                                                                 The bridegroom is the son of orchid nylon gown designed with
                                                                             Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGinnis, a balloon-style skirt with a match-     Marie Birthday                    anthemums.                         bating Society. He served with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        th Army, receiving an honorable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     After 7:30 P.M.
        »ter Hawthorne retrospective                                         137 Morningside Ave., Union ing headpiece. She carried a cas-                                                    Three Attendants          discharge as a sergeant.
        (124 paintings) in the Chrysler
                                              Mrs. Fred S. Brandt, Fa Beach.
                                           Haven, and Mrs. John R. Smith
                                                                                                               cade bouquet of orchid carna-       With Barbecue                        Mrs. Stanley Coperman, Mid-
       Museum was "Provincetown                                                  Rev. Joseph G. Fox performed tions.                                FAIR HAVEN - Henry Ells- dletown, was matron of honor for
                                           Red Bank, are in charge of '
       Fisherman" on loan from The ervations tor a trip Oct. 24 to the ceremony and celebrated a Miss Ann McGinnis, Union worth Wilks was honored on hisher sister, Mrs. Patrick Gaynor,                                                        Campus Coats and Sweater
       Montclair Art Museum.                                                                                   Beach, sister of the bridegroom, sixth birthday with a party and Middletown, sister-in-law of the
                                           Knoedler, Wildenstein, Krau nuptial mass. '
           As for meeting Eva DeNagy haar and Nessler Galleries i
        . . . this was an unexpected re- New York, sponsored by the Rec iage by her father. She wore a same ensemble as the honor at- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
       union. She is no other than Mrs. Bank gallery.
       Paul Szafir, wife of the Perth Victor Olup, director of Ux
                                                                                 The bride was given in mar-   was bridesmaid. She wore the barbecue given recently by his bride, and Mrs. O. H. Hallenbake,

                                                                              loor-Iength lace gown with long tendant's.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Fair Haven, were attendants.
                                                                                                                                                 Ellsworth Soden, Sr., at their They wore burnt orange cocktail
                                                                                                                  Edward McGinnis, Union Beach home, 826 River Rd.                   dresses of silk organza and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FASHIONS FALL
       Amiboy psychiatrist and art highway galtery, is in charge oi                    IT HAPPENED             brother of the bridegroom, was Guests were Henry, Jr., Waltermatching headpieces and car-
       chairman of tlhe New Jersey information for his organization'!



       one of America's oldest summer groups.
                                                                                                               the best man. Ushers were Paul and Melvin Soden; Carol, Bar- ried cascade bouquets of bronze
       State Federation of Women's guided tours. Special provision NEW YORK (AP) - Jackie McGinnis, brother of the bride- bara and Jeanie Warner, Bud, crysanthemums and yellow pom-
       Clubs. Her summer gallery Is he said, will be made for dnirch Peterson, 9, found a pair of groom, and Wayne MacGeorge, Gail, Cheryl and Maureen John- pons.
       in a 150-year-old house next to school, business and professiona: landcuffs hi a garbage pail near brother of the bride, both of Un- son, Daniel, Jeff, Tony, Betty and Six-year-old Dail Schenck, FairII
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Junior Bazaar
                                                                             his Brooklyn home yesterday, and ion Beach.                         Mary Britten, Thomas and Peter Haven, was flower girl. Her floor-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         WHITE STPEIT RED a ^ N K , N. J
       art groups, the Provincetown Art                                      guess what happened?                 A reception followed in Pete's Layton, Bruce Claypool, Carol and length gown of burnt orange or-1
       Association                                                                                             TaverrffiUnion Beach.             Nancy Hembree, Linda and Carol ;anza had a scoop neckline, pl
                                               A retrospective show of the      You're right. It took the po-
            The association, established paintings of Travers Neldllng- ice emergency squad and a The bride was graduated from Brown, Joseph, Mickey, Mary sleeves and a full skirt. She wore
         In 1914, staged two shows this er during the past 24 years                                            Keyport High School. The bride- Beth and Joan Connor, Kristin             matching headpiece and car-
                                                                             iair of two-foot shears to free groom is a graduate of St. Ann's
         season. Mrs. DeNagy was re- will end Tuesday after a run
         presented in the closing show of six weeks. "Crafts of Man:         he young prisoner.                 ichool. Newark.
                                                                                                                                                 and Kathy Lancton, Karen and ried a fireside basket of copper
                                                                                                                                                 Debbie Keyes.                       chrysanthemums.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MARGARET CROSS
        —a coveted honor since the Music and Art" will open
        panel jury system is consid- Sept. 15. Coming events will
                                                                                                    Our Reg. §12.50 Permanent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SCHOOL OF DANCING
        ered to be one of the most Include a student show, Christ
       "discriminating of groups. The ma* gift collection; Gilford
        members are united in the firm Cochrane, Patricia Bolts, Elea-
                                                                                                I Plus FREE tube of VO5 with each permanent
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CHILDREN FROM 4 YEARS
        belief that their association b nor Lee, Herbert Schetfel and                                       Air-conditioned                                                    AT ITS
        the best equipped, the largest the gallery's fifth annual theat-                                                                                          FINEST AND FASTEST
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TEENAGE BALLROOM
                                                                                                                                $     5                                                                                        REGISTRATION SATURDAY, SEPT. 9
        and best organized hi the coun- rical show.
        try.
                                             Next month an exhibition of the
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                                                                                                                                                                                  LEON'S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CLASSES START SATURDAY, SEPT. II
          Many leading names in the art studio director's paintings will be
      world and artists of local cogni- held at the camous^Art GaJlery
      zance appeared in the 92-year-old at' Bennett College, Millbrook,
                                                                                         MADEMOISELLE                                                                                                                                    OUR LADY OF FATIMA HALL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      C H U R C H OF ST. LEO THE GREAT
      woolily newspaper, the Province- N.Y. Mr. NeidUnger will open                                     Hair Stylists                                       SINCE 1912 MONMOUTH COUNTY'S LEADING
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      swamped wtth gallery news.
                                         Readers looking for the twos
      Seven first prizes in major year-old palette "head" are
   •hows in three years is the signi- note that it has bowed out
   ficant record of Douglas McW modem drew.
   vain of Middletown, featured in                                                                                                                                                                                                             •'    ; "   '
   a one-man show of his sculpture        CLUB MEETS TONIGHT
   In the Guild of Creative Art this
                                        UNION BEACH - The Regular
   month.
                                      Republican Club will meet tonight                                       COMPANY
      The exhibition opened with a
                                      at 8:15 at Pete's Hall.
   recention Sunday during an elec-                                                                     ASBUKY PARK               RID    IANK.
                                        In a statement issued yester-
   trical storm. The serenity af the
  marble, granite and alabaster day, Anthony Montanaro, public-
                                     ity chairman for the GOP candi-
  pieces of sculpture providei
                                      dates, termed the opposition can-
  marked contrast In mi
                                      didates "Democratic doodlers
  setting.                            and Do-Nothings."
       Featuring vetiA and stone,
                                        The Republican candidates art
    the show represents the well-
                                     Richard Flynn, for mayor, and
, know shore area sculptor's II
    latest works Including "The
                                     Roy E. Mohrman and Harold J.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          V-.
                                     Ellis, for council.
    Prophet," a n inspirational
    work In alabaster; "Moon            No problem finding tenants
    Maiden" In applewood; "Leda when you advertise The Register
    and Swan" In slick cararra way.—Advertisement.
   marble and "Widow of Taxco."
    a Mexican figure h marble
    staged In a miniature garden.
     Tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Mr.
 Mcllvain will give a sculpture
  demonstration in ttie gallery. It
                                                 SHERMAN'S
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 no admission charge for mem-
 bers.
     The sculptor, an art teacher a1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      in colors
 Red Bank High School and stu- Draperies
 dent of internationally-known
 Jose deCreef and Rafael Saba-
 tinj, will work in varied media,
                                         Slipcovers                                                                                                                                                                                                               to glow in
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    Section Two

                                                                              Bookmaklng                                                                                                                                           n Experiment'
 KeyportRevaluation                                                          Charge to Jury
 Project Completion Due in 2 Weeks                                              KEYPORT— Charles Brown-
                                                                             miller, II, of Broad St., was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Fingerprint Project
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Is 'Up to Parents9
                                                                             arraigned before Magistrate
      KEYPORT - The revaluation nicipal Revaluations, Inc., Irving-          Seymour R. Klelnberg In Mu-
  program here—which was started ton, at a cost of $23,500.                  nicipal Court last night on a
   three years ago—will be com- Leo Souza, manager of the                    charge of bookmaking.
   pleted within two .weeks, it was firm, told The Register th»t as-            Police laid the defendant                                                                                                                       UNION BEACH - No Civil De- a program providing it is carried
   learned yesterday.                     sessment survey work is 90 per     waived preliminary hearing and                                                                                                                   ence program of fingerprinting out by the local CD organization.
      The work it being done by Mu- cent completed. He said it is likely     the case was referred to the                                                                                                                     chool children will be started The request had been made by
                                          that public hearings on the new    grand jury.                                                                                                                                    unless parental consent is ob- CD director William Young.
                                          figures will be conducted within      Magistrate KJeinberg con-                                                                                                                     ained in all cases, James R. Mr. McKittrick made it clear
 Promote Cop                              a month.
                                              Mr. Souza could give no reason
                                                                             tinued Brownmlller in $5,000
                                                                             ball.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            McKittrick, president of the last night, however, that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Board of Education,, informed the school board has no present plans
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Register last night.
 To Sergeant                              for the long delay in completing
                                          the revaluation, except to say,
                                            'We had a great deal of trouble
                                                                                According to police, the raid
                                                                             on Brownmlller'i room In the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to participate directly in the proj-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "Whether the project goes for- ect.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ward now, is up to 'he parents,"
                                                                             Monmouth Hotel wai made by                                                                                                                                                                      Done By Police
 In Township                              with the tax map."
                                                     New Tax Map
                                                                             detectives from the county
                                                                             prosecutor's office. Police re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            he said.                                 He said the plan is to have the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The board, at its Tuesday night fingerprinting done by local or
       MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — The The firm is preparing a new                                                                                                                                                                   meeting, voted to sanction such state police under the direction
                                                                             ported that the man has one
   Township Committee last night tax map, at a cost of $8,500, while         previous bookmaking convic-                                                                                                                                                          of Ihe CD group, and that the
   promoted police Patrolman Fran- the reassessment contract calls
    cis P. Cherney to the rank of
    lergeant.•
                                           for a $15,000 payment.
                                              Mr. Souza said the existing lax
                                                                               tion.
                                                                                Two months ago, the pros-                                                                                                                       Two Charter                       fingerprint cards and records
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  would be kept by the CD in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  locked files to be used only in
                                                                             ecutor's office made another
       Mr. Cherney has been a regu
    lar member of the police depart-
                                          map, which is an estimated 30
                                          years old, "does not even show
                                                                             bookmaking arrest In Keani-
                                                                             burg.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Study Group                       times of emergency.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The board head emphasized,
    ment for five years. , Prior to the two highways (Rt. 35 and 36)                                                                                                                                                                                              however, that n 0 child will be
    that, he served as a special and of course not the Parkway."
    policeman for one year.                   Borough Council, at its last   Classroom
                                                                                                                     HOUSING PROBLEMS —Area Mayors and Mri. Francis McGee, director of housing,
                                                                                                                     Monmouth Collage, review school's plans to accommodoata students this fall. From
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Slates Seen                       fingerprinted unless the CD ob-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tains signed parental consent.
       The new .sergeant lives at 1 meeting, instructed the clerk to                                                                                                                                                            OCEAN TOWNSHIP —A choice In other business Tuesday,
                                                                                                                     left art Mayor Thomat L McClintoek, Long Branch; Mayor Fred W. Schanti, Weit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              between two slates to make a teacher contracts were approved
    Maxwetl Ave., Cliffwodd. He is, investigate the project delay and
   married and has three children. report at the next meeting, Mon-
       The seven-man department day.
                                                                             Need Study                              Long.Branch; Mri. McGee,.and Mayor Herbert E. Werner, Eatontown.                                        study of whether this townshipjfor Mrs. Margaret~Kim™ljnion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             can profit from a new form of Beach, salary $4,500; Mrs. Irene
    now consist* of the chjef, ,a cap- Mr, Souza told The Register
    tain, lieutenant, sergeant and that at least one public hearing
                                                                             Scheduled                                     College Homing Needed                                                                              government — and what form it DeLorme, Leonardo, $5,500, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             should be — appeared assured James A. Breyan, Bayonne, phys-
    three patrolmen. There are also will be conducted on a Saturday MARLBORO TOWNSHIP                            -                                                                                                           today.                               ical education instructor, $4,900.
    three fulUinie specials.               and one other on a week night. Board of Education Vice Presfr                                                                                                                         Following on the heels of an Contracts were offered to
       Last montii, Ralph E. Wallace He said each Keyport property dent Leo J. Scully last night set
   wag promoted to captain, and owner will be notified of the Monday for an Informal meeting
                                                                                                                         Faculty, Municipal Officials Study Problem                                                          announcement by a bi-partisan Charles Wehler, Williamsport,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             group that it would file petitions Pa., $3,800, and Daniel McKeonn,
   John P. Kinane to lieutenant.          hearing dates by mail,               of the board to discuss future WEST LONG BRANCH - Ovet housing in the vicinity of the col over 450 more than last year's." today for election a.s a Charter Wilkes-Barre, Pa., $3,800.
                Street Signs                                                    classroom needs.                   40 representatives of area munici- lege still will be needed.        He said two years ago the college Study Commission, an all-Repub-                     Full Faculty
                                                                                  The meeting was set at the palities and Monmouth College He indicated the school was had an enrollment of 2,200.                           lican team backed by Mayor Paul I. Evans, administration
       In other business at last night's
    session, Mayor Peter J. Waters
    announced that 93 more street
                                        New Jersey                              request of Superintendent of officials met last night for a not able to keep pace with the Besides the dormitories, the James J. Garrity disclosed it principal, informed the board that
                                                                               Schools Robert A. Sena, who said forum discussion of student hous- steady growth in the number of college's building plans includ also win be in the field. The the faculty, consisting of 40 class-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             deadline is S p.m.
                                                                               that by Monday lie will have ing problems.                                                                                                                                         room teachers, one vocal and one
    signs are being installed through-
    out the township. He said HIM
    "wiB just about complete" the
                                        News Briefs                            more concrete enrollment figures
                                                                               to present for the board's infor-
                                                                                                                                                      students.                          modern classroom buildings, gym
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Township Committee last physical education instructor,
                                                                                                                     Dr. Edward G. Schlaefer, presi- "The College's full enrollment and auditorium and a student December authorized a public
                                                                                                                   dent citing an increasing student will be 3,000 this year, he said, center.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  would be complete by school
                                                  Associated Preii              mation.                                                                                                                                      vote at this year's November opening.
    program started last year when                                                                                 enrollment at the college, told                                          He was quick to point out in general election on whether a
    13 signs were installed.                  SPRING LAKE-Gov. Robert At the meeting the board plans of plans for the construction of                                                    response to a question from the study should be made under imi- Kindergarten                     classes      are
       Following a public hearing, B. Meyner discussed New Jersey's to discuss projected enrollment increased student facilities.
    (he committee adopted an ordi- mass transportation, television figures and possible solutions to He revealed that the college
                                                                                                                                                      Old Carriage                       floor that the location of the pro- tations of the so-called Faulkner scheduled for 8:30 to 11 a.m. and
                                                                                                                                                                                        posed dormitories would depend Charter Commission Act.                     noon to 2:30 p.m.
                                                                                the problem of classroom space                                                                                                                                                       Grades five thru eight will be
    nance authorizing the expendi- and jetport problems at the 50th                                                                                                                     on co-ordinated studies by thi
    hire of $80,000 for resurfacing or anniversary meeting of the New needs.
    repaving of 59 streets
                                                                                                                   has applied for federal housing
                                                                                                                   loans to build new dormitories.
                                          Jersey Gas Association yesterday The school district is currently He anticipated the dorms would
                                                                                                                                                      House Given                                                                But left until almost the dead-
                                                                                                                                                                                        college administrators and munic- line were the lists of applicants on full time with classes from
                                                                                                                                                                                         ipal governments. Here he said, to serve on the commission. Un- 8:45 to 11:45 a.m., one hour
       Mr. Waters termed the project The governor, addressing some renting four emergency class be a reality in about two years
    "the beginning of a systematic 350 persons, reiterated his stand rooms, two each in the Morgan- Regardless of the building                        To College                        was another area of co-operation der the law they must be elected lunch, and 12:45 to 2:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                         between the two groups.                                                     In consideration of the board's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              at the same time voters decide request that the position vacated
    program to improve our roads," on the need lor a jet airport in ville and Robertsville fire houses plans, Dr. Schlaefer said, private
                                                                                                                                                         WEST LONG BRANCH - Mon- The purpose of last night', whether they want a study made. by Nicholas Malderi, former cur-
   but warned that "the woik to be Morris County, called for aid to Within the past year two refer-
                                                                                                                                                      mouth College has been given a meeting was to develop channel              If the study is vetoed, the riculum coordinator, be filled by
    done under this ordinance will the railroads to meet growing endums have been defeated in the
                                                                                                                                                      former carriage house of the of communication between th scores of the commission candi- a member of the present faculty,
    not cure all the ills that have mass transportation problems, township which would have pro-
    accumulated over the years." and'urged businessmen to back vided a 5 to 7 room addition to                   County Now                           Guggenheim properties.           ] municipalities and the college hi dates are forgotten. If the study Mr. Evans presented the name
                                                                                                                                                        The announcement was made [declared,
       Only one spectator objected to a move to keep WNTA-TV, chan- the Central School at a cost ol                                                                                                                           is authorized, the five commis-Uf Vincent McCue Long Branch
   (he ordinance, on grounds that nel 13, in New Jersey. The gas approximately $150,000.
   Arlington Ave. is not included in      association elected Hugh Wathen Board member John Narzawich
                                                                                                                 Using More                           l a s t night by Dr. Edward
                                                                                                                                                      G. Schlaefer, college president
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Objectives              sion candidates receiving the a s administrative intern
                                                                                                                                                                                            The objectives of the colleg highest vote totals are elected( Mr. McCue, former' seventh
                                          of Atlantic City as president, to suggested that the board mee                                              at a meeting of college admin- are to "serve* the needs of the to do the job.                               Igrade teacher in the system, will
    •" " o f roads to be .fixed.
             Not At Hearing               succeed W. Daniel Williams of with the Township Committee,
       Joseph Rettagliata, 'Republi- Asbury Park,                               representatives of the PTA and
                                                                                                                 Public Bids                          istrators and area civic leaders studnts and become a cultura
                                                                                                                                                         The carriage house is on Cedar center for this area," he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Resnlkoff Slate. J'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            _     jteach the afternoon session ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 David Resnikoff, a lawyer, and grade four at Cottage Park
   oan." county committee chsfrrnan,                                            other township officials to- dis- FREEHOLD-Armour S. Hut- Ave. approximately 200 feet east Dr. Kenneth Streiberg, directo: a Democrat — the present Town- School, and will assist Mr. Evans
   who has been an outspoken                   LINDEN—George Brown, Sr., cuss the problem.                         sart, Monmouth County Auditor, of Norwood Ave. A college of administration, and' Mayo ship Committee is split, three during the morning session.
   eritfc oT the $80,000 program, did 78, of 917 Clinton St., wai killed           Mr. Scully said it was an "ex- reported yesterday that the spokesman said the irregular lot Thomas McClintoek of Lonj Republicans and two Democrats                                       Music Instruction
   not attend the hearing.                  yesterday when Ms car collided cellent idea" but felt it was too County Board of Freeholders i« measure* about 50,000 square Branch will lead further talk: — announced yesterday he The board authorized after-
     ~Mr. Rettagliata has taken the         with a car driven by Carl M. soon to hold such a meeting. He talcing more bids for public busi feet.                                         at a later date on a proposal b; planned to file petitions for elec- school music instruction, on a
   position that the work should be Kaczmarskl, 18, of 22t Fulton suggested it be held after the ness than in the past.                                  The gift was received by the the mayor that fraternities anc tion of himself, two other Demo- voluntary parent-pupil participa-
    spread out over a five-year per St., Elizabeth. Police said the board gathered more data.                        Though he recommended, with- college last week. No plans for other special housing arrange crats and two Republicans.                         tion basis. Instruments will be
    lod "and not done all at once." accident occurred on Rt. 1 when                At last night's meeting the out mentioning any specific in- its campus use have been made menu for students be providec Last night, Albert Koenig, rented.by the parents and lessons
       It wai announced that clean-up       Kaczmariki's car Jumped the board accepted the report of the stances, that bids be taken wher- yet. Dr. Schlaefer said.                      in his city.                         Mayor Garrity's personal cam- will be at a "nominal fee." The
   week will take place Oct. 2-7.           center island. Kaczmarskl wai auditor and rehired the auditing ever the law would require, he One year ago the Guggenheim The mayor suggested that un paign manager, announced h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   authorization was at the request
     .Raritan attorney Philip J.            treated for cuts In Elizabeth firm of Joseph Seaman and Com said in a report made public Foundation gave to the college married faculty members couli would file a slate of five Repub-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   of Miss Ann Mikush, music teach-
   Blanda, Jr., filed application for General Hospital. A passenger pany, Perth Amboy, for a fee by the board:                                        its $3 million estate on Cedar     reside in houses occupied solely licans who would have the er, with the purpose in mind or
    a transfer of liquor license for In his car, James Krakowlezkl, of $500.                                         "The violations which were in-'Ave.                                 by students.                         mayor's backing.                     eventually forming a school band
   the HoHywood Liquor and Gro- IS, of 50 Third St., Elizabeth,                    In his report, Mr. Seaman noted dicated on a cumulative basis in' To be used as a library, the Dr. Schlaefer pointed out thai                 Mr. Koenig said that Mr. Gar- or orchestra.
    cery store, from its present lo- was admitted to the hospital for that the school district is $331,000 the early part of I960 have been main building is expected to be this year students will sign state rity, even though he is seeking Mrs. Lillian Poli, 408 Division
    cation at 82 Lower Main St., to treatment of head cuts. -                  in debt, representing outstanding mostly eliminated by public ad-
                                                                                                                                                      dedicated toon in memory of ments which declare their obli- re-election this fall for a three- St., South Amboy, was hired as
   Rt. 34. The governing body ap-                                              bonds an school buildings. This
                                                                                                                   vertisement for bids during the Murry and Leonie Guggenheim. gation to observe standards of be- year term, believes the present school nurse for the 1981-62.
   proved the transfer.                       CHICAGO — Directors of the       is 13.14 per cent of the average year, with the exception of a                                           havior in the community. The form of government has outlived school year at a salary of $3,600.
                                                                               assessed valuation, 7.14 per cent
       Mr. Blanda said a new store Burry Biscuit Corp. of Elizabeth,
   will be built at the site of tiie old N. J., and the Quaker Oats Co.
                                                                               over the statutory limit.
                                                                                                                   few items which are still under
                                                                                                                   consideration as to proper pro-    Tammany Hall                      college will deal with repeated its usefulness.
                                                                                                                                                                                        nuisance cases as it thinks neces-                 Backs Move
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Edward J. Scullion, chairman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of the transportation committee,
   hincti wagon, which wHl be torn of Chicago have approved merger The board decided to seek ad cedure . . .
   down. The location la near the plans. The merger, agreed to at ditional bids on garbage collec- "The scope of bidding for ma-
                                                                                                                                                      Future at Stake                   sary, the statement warns.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Complaints'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "He believes," said Mr. Koe- outlined the bug'routes for stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             nig,       "that Ocean Township, dents attending Keyport High
   Levitt property.                      a meeting here yesterday, is sub- tion for three of the township
                                                                                                                   teriais, supplies, and work was       NEW YORK (AP)—The fu-              In the event officials or resi which now has 12,000 residents, School, He announced that 281
                                          ject to approval of Burry share- schools. Alfred Storer submitted
                                                                                                                   extended during the year, and ture of Tammany Hall as the dents care to register complaints can no longer be operated prop- students were issued bui permits
                                         holders at a special election Dec. a bid of $500 for three collections
                                                                                                                                                       top political force In (he na- about college activities or indi erly as a part time interest of last Saturday and assigned to
                                          1 and to a favorable internal rev- a week during the school year. methods are being reviewed for
 Missing Boy's                           enue service ruling on the tax
                                          status of the transaction. Terms
                                                                                                                   broadened budgeting and ex- tion's largest city is at stake in viduals connected with the col- a group of committecmen, and specific routes. The new method
                                                                                                                   penditure* supervision."            a Democrat'c mayoral primary
                                                                                                                                                                                        lege, they should call Dr. Strei for that reason he is supporting of issuing bus permits to students

 Body Found                              of the merger call for exchange     Fire Causes                             He did not list any areas In election today. The campaign big, he salB.
                                                                                                                   which bids might have been has been bitter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the effort for a study to deter- will eliminate one, and possibly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            mine which form of government two bus routes.
                                         of three shares of Burry stock for                                                                                                                 Many students this year will be
      PELLETOWN (AP)-The body
                                         one share of Quaker Oats.           Slight Damage                         taken but were not. He enumer-
                                                                                                                   ated more than 30 instances
                                                                                                                                                         The opponents:                                                     will best serve the township."           A contract with the Keyport
                                                                                                                                                         Mayor Robert F. Wagner, housed in three Long Branch mo- The mayor's slate will include Board of Education for 1961-62 '
  of little Carl Andersen has been                                                 RED BANK - Firemen last where bids were taken.                      who has split with the organ-    tels he said. The college attempts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Henry H. Patterson, an attorney, was approved. The charge for
                                               NEW HAVEN, Conn.-Saab night doused a blaze in a dwell-                                                                                   to follow a policy of accomodat-
  lound, submerged face down in                                                                                      The audit report was accepted ization and is running for re- ing students in centralized hous- who is secretary of the state each Union Beach student attend-
                                            Motors, Inc. has announced It ing at 2 Morford PI. at the in
  Windsor Lake.                                                                                                    without comment by ihe four nomination for a third four- ing units within walking distance Senate and an associate of the ing Keyport High School will be
      But an autopsy indicated thai will move Its operations now tersection of West Front St.                      board members present. Free- year term with the backing of if the campus, he added.                      township attorney, Sen. Richard $412.41.
  the 3-year-old boy may have performed at Carteret, N. J.,                       Fire Chief Sam Scalzo said the                                       Insurgents on an "anti-bossism"                                      R. Stout; Charles F. Shaw, Jr.,
                                            and Hlngham, Mass., to New, fire was in part of the double holder Walton Sherman, who has platform.                                             Among ^others representing the an insurance broker; Harry B.                       Owe Money
  choked to death on a peach skin.
                                            Haven In a consolidation move. house occupied by William Hey- been ill, was absent.                          State Comptroller Arthur      college were County Court Judge Tumen, an attorney; Mrs. Guy                       communication from the
      Carl had been the object of a Saab, Importers of the Swedish-                                                                                                                                                                                               Keyport Board of Education ad-
                                                                               er.                                             Ill Nat l f ~           Levitt, backed by Tammany, the Elvin R, Simmill. chairman of CaJafato, widow of a prominent
  massive search since Labor Day make automobile of the same
 when he wandered away from                                                       He said the blaze started in RARITAN TOWNSHIP - In a Manhattan organization, and or- the boardTtf trustees, and-Mnr accountant; and Frank Savage, vised-that 10 Union Beach stu-
                                            name, also said It would move            cardboard wastebasket 1                                                                                                                                                      dents, who have an Indebtedness
 family picnic. The body was found Its general headquarters here                                                   news story yesterday, it was re- ganization leaders In other bor- Frances McGee, director of hous- a real estate man.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to Keyport fqr overdue library
 yesterday morning by Ernest from New York. The company spread to wainscoting in a first ported that* 11 kindergarten pupils oughs. Their theme Is that the ing.                                                                Joining Mr. Resnikoff's slate fees and work shop materials,
                                                                               floor room. Damage was slight. have been registered for the West Insurgents are out to "rule or             Municipalities represented we're are Dr. Franz W. Husserl,
 Dunn, 53, of Augusta, and Irv- expects to employ about 60 per-                                                                                                                                                                                                   would not be admitted this term
  ing Day, 45, of Hardyston Town sons at Its plant here and to                    The building is owned by Wil- Keansburg School. This was a ruin" the party.                              llenhurst, Asbury Park, Eaton- •syohologist, and Richard V. until the indebtedness is paid. The
 •hip.                                                                          iam D. Pecoraro, 188 West typographical error. The correct               Political pundits figure the own, Long Branch and West McEvilly, a newspaperman, Re- Union Beach board agreed to sup-
                                            move some 5,000 cars annually. Front St.
      Dr. George Hatzell, Sussex                                                                                   number is 111.                      outcome could be close.         Long Branch.                         publicans; and Nicholas J. De port the Keyport board in this
                                                                                  Firemen put the fire out with-                                                                                                            Fino, a steel company executive, ictipn.
 County physician, said Carl ap- WASHINGTON-The New Jer-
                                                                               in 15 minutes after the call at                                                                                                              and Harry J. Postel, insurance Lawrence Pico, 626 Bayview
 parently choked on the peeling sey Department of Conservation 9:15 p.m.
 tnd got sick before his body sank and Economic Development has'                                                                                                                                                            agent, Democrats,.                    \ve., was employed a s a school
 In about 18 inches of water near been awarded a grant of $113,187                                                                                                                                                                                                lanitnr.
 the shore.                                                                  Three Injured                                                                                                                                                                           The board approved a request
                                         by the Urban Renewal Adminis-
      He said water was found in one tration. The inoney will help the
 lung, but the amount was not following communities plan their               In Rl. 36 Crash
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                End of Year                         y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   > the Civil Defense organization
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0 hold air raid drills in the
 •ufficient to indicate drowning. growth and development: Dover, LEONARDO - Mrs. Mary C.
 He said Carl well might have Elk Township in Gloucester Nelson, 39, of 28 Oakwood Rd.,                                                                                                                                         For Raritan                        ichools once a month.

 •uffocated because of the peeling. Counly, Perth Amboy, South- and her two children, John and
      "There is no evidence of foul Plainfield, West Caldwell, Cape Joseph Nelson, were treated for
 play," Dr. Hatzell said.                May, Northfield, Pleasantville, minor injuries in Riverview Hos-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Zone Appeal Board OKs
      The child's parents, Mr. and Spring Lake Heights, Ventnor and pital yesterday after an automo-
 Mrs, Charles Andersen of 690.EI- Wildwood.                                    bile accident.                                                                                                                                               Subdivision
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                RARITAN TOWNSHIP - It is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              nlikely thai the "Raritan Valley
 llngton Rd., Ridgewood, main-                                                    Police said the car driven by                                                                                                             USA" case will be heard in the OCEANPORT - The Zoning
 tained a day and night vigil at                 $500 FIRE DAMAGE             Mrs. Nelson collided with another                                                                                                                ppellate Division of Superior nd Planning Boards here have
 the picnic scene while hundreds NAVESINK - Three trucks of driven by Leonard E. Hofman, 30,                                                                                                                                  ourt before the end of the year, ipproved a South Pemberton Ave.
 of volunteers, a helicopter, skin the Navesink Fire Company were of 7 Harborview Dr., Atlantic                                                                                                                             .awrence A. Carton, the town- •esident's petition to subdivide a
 divers and even a bloodhound, dispatched to the Woodliaven Highlands, at the corner of                                                                                                                                      hip's defense attorney, reported
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   50-foot lot into two 75-foot lots.
 searched for their son. .                   reenhouse, Buttermilk Valley, Broadway and Rt. 36.                                                                                                                              'esterday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The zoning Board of Adjust-
                                         near Rt. 36, at 10:30 a.m. yes- No summonses were issued.                                                                                                                             May 12, Superior Court Judge ment last night approved the
                                         terday to put out a blaze which                                                                                                                                                      . Edward Knight ruled in favor variance application of Miss Mar-
            ELECTROCUTED
                                         caused an estimated $500 damage.                                                                                                                                                     f Ihe township, sustaining the saret Meyer, 124 South Pember-
     LAKE PARSIPPANY, (AP) -
                                             Police said the fire might have
                                                                                      Ain't That Nice?                                                                                                                      'alidity of a zone amendment of ton Ave., after learning that the1
 One man was electrocuted a n d                                                                                                                                                                                             1959 which converted a 157-acre Planning Board had granted her
                                         been caused by sparks from a NEW YORK (AP) - "Ain't"
 another fatally injured when a                                                                                                                                                                                             ract from residential to in-
                                         burning pile of rubbish in the ain't so bad after all, says Web-                                                                                                                                                        a conditional minor subdivision.
crane which they were operating                                                                                                                                                                                               ustrial, thus- blocking a planned
                                        yard. The attached house, owned ster's Third New International                                                                                                                                                              The variance was required to
brushed high tension wires yes- by William Sedlar, was not dam- Dictionary.                                                                                                                                                 !8 million 509-housp development.
terday.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          wnive a I9,r>;> zoning ordinance re-
                                         aged.                                   Webster's second unabridged                                                                                                                   Wli               i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               William R. Hlair, Red Dank.
     Killed instantly was Joseph                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i
                                                                              edition, published in 1!)59, lists                                                                                                              ttorney for. the i>lainliffs,fil«li < > ulrempm l h a l e a c h l o t on t n e
Vc-nturi, 25, and dead on arrival HELD ON WEAPON CHARGE he word "ain't" with the (ollow-                                                                                                                                     mtice of appeal the following s l r 0 P t h a v n m ' m frontage,
•t Morristown Memorial Hospital LITTLE SILVER—Kenneth Ten ng notation:                                                                                                                                                       nnntli. It was estimated at thai M l s s Meyer testified last night
was Dale Hanson, 29.                    Hoeve, 20, of 8 Vine Ct., Long "A contamination of 'are not,'                                                                                                                        ime, that the case would be s l u " boiiRht the lot with the In-
                            r
     Venturl had returned t > the con-Branch, charged with carrying also used indiscriminately for 'is                                                                                                                        card'this month.                   tentinn of eventually subdividing          g
itruction site just two hours concealed weapons, is being held not,' 'am not,' 'have not,' and                                                                                                                                 Mr. Carlnn reported yesterday, it. Her home is on one side of
earlier after taking his wife, Bar- in the county jail; Freehold, in 'has not'."                                                                                                                                              owover, that he still has not the lot.
bara, and their first child, a lieu of $500 bail, for a hearing The third streamlined edition, PLANNING A PARADE — Rocco N. Bonforte,.»eafed, general chairman of the Col-                                                    et received the appeal brief, She was represented last night
daughter, home from SL Claire's Monday.                                       to be published the end of this umbui Day parade to be itaged in Long Branch Oct. 12, reviews plant with commit-                                     light of this fact, be said, h y l-nng Branch attorney Sidney
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       L        Bh
Hospital In Denville.                       He was arrested here Tuesday, month, defends "ain't" as "used tee mimberi. Standing, left to right, ore R. Barry K»mm Fir* Chisf Donald B. Van                                        is unlikely Hint the. appeal I Alpern.
    The two men were excavating nd had a preliminary hearing orally in most parts of the U.S.                                                                                                                                    I he heard before December, Approval of the Planning
                                                                                                                    Brunt and Police Chief Robert C. Gurlay. Dedication of th* Chrittophar Columbia
for a septic tank In front of a before Magistrate Richard D. by cultivated speaker:.."                                                                                                                                        nd that II could be. January be-,Hoard's action by the Borough
new home.                               Porter last night.                       NowNaln't that nice?               statue at Broadway qnd Slocum PI, will highlight the annual celebration.                                 ore a verdict is handed down. Council is expected tonight.
 16-Tfeuwday, Sept 7, 1961 RED BANK REGISTER                                   Hal Humphrey;                                                                                                                                  WABCTV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               WOR-TV      Hollywood;
Viewing TV:                                                                                                            TELEVISION                                                                                                m
                                                                               Shows to                                                 THURSDAY AFTERNOON                     THURSDAY EVEMNG
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (7) Evening Prayer    Little Revolution
            Catching fire                                                      Watch
                                                                                                                                    U : M - (2) Love ol Lilt
                                                                                                                                               (4J Truth or
                                                                                                                                                   Consequences
                                                                                                                                                                          I-.W- (4) News and Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                   (7) News
                                                                                                                                                                                 <U) Popeye
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (I) News and Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:19- (5) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:25- (2) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              By JAMES BACON                 The blonde Oscar winner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           making "All Fall Down"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Eva Ma-MGM, her first picture in mort
                                                                                                                                               (7) Camouflage                    (13) I Led Three Lives            1:35- (4) News                      rie Saint is staging her own little than a year.
            By HAL HUMPRHEY                  so tired of it, I guess I assumed                                  TONIGHT             12:S0— (2) Search For Tomorrow »:15- (7) Local News                            1:40— (•) Sermonette                revolution against the dire threat
                                                                  els e ih ld                                                                  (4) It Could Be You        8:2»— (7) Weather                        3:00— (2) News                      of runaway production.                The reason is not lack of o!
     HOLLYWOOD-Beginning next                                        , . * * • " ? * ' 7:30 - (Ch. 2) - Summer,                                (5) Cartoons               1:25- (7) Sports                         J:05- (2) Give Us This Day                                              fers.
week, it won't be easy to turn on                                                            Sports - (Choice viewing) - 1                                                «:3»- (4) Local News                                                                                                '1 was just determined to sta;
                              seeing Eliz-                                                                                                     (7) Number                                                                 FRIDAY MORNING
                                                             "'            "' " ""•'• . ain't seen nothing until you'vei"'£" )'.' ""'""
      "I'm afraid people will begin Recently, the Saturday Evening w a . . . , lnn .* .„ soflball 1 2 5 5 - 4 News
                                                                                              watched a top female ' f ! b a ] ,
                                                                                                                                               (2) Guiding                          (5) Cartoons
                                                                                                                                                                                   (7) Hawkeye—Adventure «:1$- (2) Previews                Sojoi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:20- (2) Give Us This Day  urners
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           in Hollywood," she says. "This it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           the greatest place in the world to
                                                                                                                                               <2) News                          (11) Huckleberry Hound                                                                                    make pictures.''
 saying, 'Don't they have anybody Post was shooting pictures and pitcher in action. CBS set up its                                                                                                                 1:25- (2) News                                                            In I960, Miss Saint, her hus-
                                                                                                                                               (4) Dr. Joyce Brother!            (13) Movie
 else?" It would have been better bombarding Liz with questions videotape cameras at Norman-
 to have these shows spaced over             when the interviewer let it slip dale Stadium in Portland, Ore.,                                  (5) Cartoons
                                                                                                                                               (7) Ray Milland
                                                                                                                                                                          M o - (4) Weather
                                                                                                                                                                          8:45- (4) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           14) Sermonette  To Hear
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   «:3>- (2) People's Choice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           band, director Jeff Hayden,' and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           their two small children, broke
 a few months." says the slender, that the over-all story was about for the "Women's Softball World                                                                                                                        (4) Astronomy and You                                           up housekeeping and lived In a
 bright-eyed Liz,
      On Sept. 15, she co-stars with stars."
                                             "famous children of famous                                                              1:M- (2) Burn, and Allen
                                                                                            i Series." It's the climax of a nin*- 1:20- (9) New, and Weather
                                                                                                                                                                          7:00- (2) News
                                                                                                                                                                                    (4) Long John Silver           7:00- X2) News          Van Orden                                       hotel in Israel for many months
                                                                                            'day tournament, and Frankie 1:25— (t) News                                             (5) Mister Magito                      (4) Today                      FORT MONMOUTH - Brig. during the filming of "Exodus."
 Charles Bronson in the first new With what she considered ad-j F r i s C h f o r m e r New York Giants                                        (S) News                             (7) Vikings                            (5) Call To Prayer          Gen. George 0 . Van Orden, (Ma "The most beautiful location
 "Twilight Zone" (CBS) of the                 mirable control. Liz called up the                   , joins Rud P a ] m e r , 0                                                                                     7:15- (5) News
                                                                                                                                               (9) Almanac Newsreel                 (9) Terrytoon Circus                                               rine Corps-Ret.), an educator, shot in the picture showed a lush,
 season. And the first of NBC's editors of the Post and told them describe the color.                                                1:30— (2) As The World Turns                (11) News                         7:28— (7) Morning Prayer            author and lecturer in military green valley. Last week Jeff, and
 •"Theater '62" series features Lizshe preferred to be left out. The                                                                           (4) Dial Four '            7:05- (2) Local News            '        7:S»— (5) Ding Dong School          science and history, will address I drove up to the Ojai Valley
 as the mute serving girl in "The             surprised editors acquiesced.                     B:J0 - (Ch. 2) - Fronllcr                                                                                                  (7) Early Bird Cartoons the second annual meeting of the(about 50 miles north), and saw
                                                                                                                                               (5) Movie                  7:10- (2) Weather
 Spiral Staircase" for Oct. 4.                   A short time later, Life maga- Justice — In this repeat of a                                  (7) Susie                          (11) Local News                  8:00- (2) News                      New Jersey Regional Division, the exact setting.
      Soon after that she will appear zine contacted Liz for a famous "Zane Grey Theater" film (Nov.                                           (9) Understanding Our      7:15- (2) News                                   (5) Sandy Becker            National Sojourners, in Gibbs Eva gives the tip-olf on why
 as a mixed-up singer on CBS'                father-daughter layout it was pre-2, 1956). Jack Palance portrays a                                   World                  7:29— (S) News                                    (7) Little Rascals         Hall tomorrow night.                Israel and not the O]al Valley
 new "Frontier Circus."                      paring. The Life man was doubly man whose playfulness with a                                    (11) Movie                   7:25-(U) Weather                         8:10- (2) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Gen. Van Orden, who holds the was chosen for the film.
      "I've also done a new Thriller' shaken to find that Liz wanted no lariat accidentally takes the life 2:M- (2) Face the Facts                                        7:30— (2) Summer Sports                  8:15- (2) Captain Kangaroo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Navy Cross, Legion of Merit with                 Low Wage*
 which will be coming on the airpart of the project and that the of a bystander. He then vows                                                  (4) Jan Murray                           Spectacular                8:30— (7) Tommy Seven
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       V, Bronze Star with V, and the "They only paid tha Israeli ex-
 sometime soon—maybe that same Post was doing one, too.                                       vengeance on the Judge who put                   <7) Day In Court                     (i\ Outlaws                    »:0O- (2) Amos "n" Andy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Purple Heart, row'ls public rela- tras 50 cents a day." (They get
 week. It's a comedy, though, or Liz has no personal press ag- him in prison. A typical Palance                                                (I) Guy Madison                      (5) Suspicion                           <4> Family
 at least that's the way we played ent and sees no need for one. lough-guy performance.                                                                                                                                     (7) Beulah                 tions director for the Palm Beach around $20 minimum here.)
                                                                                                                                     2:J»- (2) House Party                          (7) Guestward Hot                                                  Publishing Co., Lake Worth, Fla. Eva said some of the extras
 It," she adds.                                  "I think it's silly to have all                                                               (4) Loretta Young • ^                (») Movie                      1:25- (5) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:30- (2) My Little Margie          He holds a doctor of science de- complained about the low scale
              Burst or Activity              these stories In the magazines 8:311 — (Ch. 4) - Bat Master-                                      (7) Seven Keys                     (11) Sportsman's Club                                                gree from Ohio Wesleyan Univer- to her.
      Liz admits rather grtidgingly about Debbie Reynolds and Liz! son — In case you've overlooked                                             (8) Star and Story         7:45-(ll) Sports                                  (5) Topper                 sity.
 that this sudden burst of activity Taylor when they aren't really-him, the y man with the fastest 2:55— (5) News                                                          8:00— (7) Donna Reed                             (7) Memory Lane               Fort Monmouth Chaplar 155, "I told them the next time a
  for her i« the direct result of doing anything," Liz Montgomery, cane in the Wpst has been re- 3:00- (2) Millionaire                                                            (11) Baseball                    9:55— (7) Staying Young             National Sojourners, headed by movie company wants to hire
                                                                                                            ri»ht along with all the                                                                              11:00- (2) I Love Lucy               Maj. Joseph Frank, will be the      them, get organized and refuse
  her being cast as a trollop in observes.                                                                         '                           <4) Young Dr. Malona               (13) Mike Wallace
 last season's first "Untouch- _ _ strange quirk of coinci-j"'her TV frontier critters. In Ihis
              _                                  By a                ^ __  _                                                                   (5) Theater Five           8:20—(13) News                                    (4) Say When               host. Visitors will come from to work for such wages."
                                                                                                                                                                          8:30— (2) Frontier Justice                        (5) Movie                  Northern New Jersey Chapter 42, Since "Exodus," Eva was of-
 ables," It also netted her a nom-jdence, in two of Liz's upcoming! Dec - 29, 1960, film, an Eastern                                           <7) Queen for a Day
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (7) Memory Lane
 ination for an Emmy, hut Dame|TV dramas, she has only one SamWer p«ts Bat out of the ca-                                                      (i) Film Drama                       (4) Bat Masterson                                                  East Orange; Fort DixMcGuire fered the "El Cld" role in Spain
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10:30- (2) Video Village             Air Force Base Chapter 284, and     later taken by Sophia Loren, a
 Judith Anderson beat her out a word of dialogue in each. The sino business. The gambler next                                                (11) To Be Announced                   (5) Manhunt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (4) Play Your Hunch
 the finish with a thing called "Twilight Zone" segment (Sept. lends Bat enough money to get3:25—(13) Community                                                                     (7) Real McCoyi                                                    Garden State Chapter 438.           picture In England and ong in
 "Macbeth."                                  15) haj the only two remaining bade on his feet and then mys-                                      • Newsreel                       (13) Betty Furnens                         (7) I Married Joan            The occasion will be a Ladies' Rome.
      For the past 10 years, Liz haspeople^ ill the world meeting one teriously disappears.                                          S:3»— (2> Verdict Is Yours           1:00— (2) Gunslinger                    11:00- (2) Double Exposure           Night program. A fellowship hour, "I turned them all down," she
 been diligently buiHiiig herself anotheYlive years after the big                                                                              (4) From These Boots                 (4) Bachelor Father                     (4) Price Is Right         starting at 6.30 p.m. will be fol-says. "It's crazy. Jeff is estab-
 as an actress. She felt no dif-            holocaust. Liz Is a Russian gal, IS: JO — (Ch. 7) — Silents                                        (7) Who Do You Trust?                (5) Wrestling                           (7) Texan                  lowed by dinner at 7:30. Sojourn- lished directing television here.
 ferent after that role In "•Un- her one spoken word Is Please — Corinne Griffith is'seen
                                            and                                                                                                (t) Movie                            (7) My Three Soni             11:25- (5) News                      ers, Masons and their guests have Darrell, our oldest. Is In school
 touchables," but suddenly the "Preknasny," which means pret- in portions of one of the last all                                             (11) Abbott and Costello               (9) Fiesta In Puerto Rico 11:30- (2) Your Surprise Pack, been invited to the informal gath- now. I love Hollywood. And It's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  age
 men who produce TV and movies ty-                                                           silent films made in 1928, "Tlie                (13) Jack La Lanns           1:30- (4) Great Ghost Tales                                                  ering.                              where I want to work."
decided Liz was a very hot item. In "Spiral Staircase" (Oct. 4),                             Garden of Eden." It was billed 4:00- (2) Brighter Day                                  (7) Untouchables                        (4) Concentration                                                Eva sayi she enjoyed seeing
     "I don't quite understand it. Ofshe is the mute servant girl whose as a lush, ultra-clamorous pro-                                                                             (9) Strange Stoiies                     (5) Romper Room                                                Israel.
course the part wag a good one,             voice finally croaks out part ofduction, a sort of modem Cin-
                                                                                                                                               (4) Make Room (or
                                                                                                                                                   Daddy                 10:00— (2) Joint Appearance                                       One Million
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (7) Lov» That Bobl                                               "But the next time I want to
but I would rather be getting all a telephone number at the end of derella comedy of its day. Emie                                                                                  (4) Groucho                                                                                            go on a vacation. Working in a
                                                                                             Kovacs hosts a repeat series.
                                                                                                                                               (5) Mr. and Mrs. North
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Trees Planted
of this work now because of what the thriller.
I hope is an accumulation of all Lit is fascinated with both roles
my experience, not because of and agrees that television tends                ROfCRaiiger
                                                                                                                                            •(7) American Bandstand
                                                                                                                                             0 1 ) Laurel Hardy and
                                                                                                                                                   Chuck
                                                                                                                                                                                  (13) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                        10:30- (4) Third Man
                                                                                                                                                                                                      MOVIE TIMETABLE
                                                                                                                                                                                    (9) Crime Does Not Fay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          FREEHOLD — More than one lobbies—but not a country."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       million forest trees were planted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           movie is a good way to see hotel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Runaway Production
one role," says Liz.                        to be too talkie anyway. The                                                                     (13) Cartoons                     ' (7) Silents Please               RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       by New Jersey landowners in the She believes that actors them-
     Catching fire suddenly, as they only rub is that if these two non                                                               1:15- (2) Secret Storm                        (9) Movie                        Carlton — Guns of Navarone spring of 1961.
call it in Hollywood, also has talking parts do for her what the
brought the gossip and fan mag-             "Untouchables" did, Hollywood's
                                                                              Unit Formed                                            4:25^(11) To Be Announced
                                                                                                                                    4:30- (2) Edge of Night
                                                                                                                                                                         10:50—(11) Sports
                                                                                                                                                                        11:00- (2) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2:00; 6:45; 10:00.                    A summary prepared by A. N.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           selves will halt the runaway pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           duction,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  EATONTOWN                            Lentz, Rutgers extension forester, "California Is the only place to
azine writers sniffing eagerly producers may never let her talk NEW BRUNSWICK, — A pio                                                        (4)TIere'« Hollywood                 (4) News                                                            shows that about 650,000 seedlings live — and there's alwayi sun-
around Liz's.door. Most of them again.                                                     neering venture on the part of                     (5) Mr. District Attorney                                             Drive-In — Guns of Navarone were obtained from the New Jer- shine."
                                                                                           Rutgers University's Army ROTC                                                          (5) News'
get off on the wrong foot with                                                                                                              (U) Bozo The Clown                     (7) News                         8:05; 11:00.                       sy Department of Conservation One picture "The Counterfeit
her by asking, "How does it feel Sanford Stephens of Minnesota,                            Department will provide an ad-           4:55—(11) Spunky and
                                                                                           ditional training opportunity for5:00- (2) Life of Riley Tadpole                      (11) News                       COLLINGSWOOD CIRCLE                   and slightly over 340,000 were aiKjr" started shooting all over
to be Robert Montgomery's set a Big Ten record last season prospective Army officers en-                                                                                11:10- (2) Weather                                                            bought from commercial nurser- Europe in 1960 and it's still got
daughter?1'                                when he caught three intercep- rolled at the university.                                           (4) Movie                            (4) Weather                      Shore Drive In—The Gun« of es.                                         some work.
    "I thought they would have giv- tions In the game against Wiscon-                                                                         (5) Heckle and Jeckle          . (5) P M E a s t . . . P M W e s t    Navarone 7:30; 10:30.
en up on that one by now. I'm              sin.                                                Col. John A. Bradley, head of
                                                                                                                                             (9) Jet Jackson             1:12- (7) Weather                          Fly-In Drive-In — Gidget Goes Landowners and 4H club mem- Producer Bill Perlberg and di-
                                                                                           the Army ROTC detachment, to-
                                                                                                                                           (11) Dick Tracy              11:15- Xi) Movie                            Hawaiian 7:30; 11:15; Two raised about.66,000 trees from rector George Seaton explain
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      bers
                                                                                           day announced organization of a                                                                                          Rode Together 9:30.               seed. These also were planted why:
                                                                                                                                           (13) Cowboy G-Men                      (4) Jack Paar
                           RADIO                                                           Banger Company in the regular
                                                                                           corps of cadets at Rutgers. The 5:25—(11) Clutch Cargo
                                                                                           program will start later this 5:30- (2) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                                  (7) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                                (11) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HAZLET
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      in the state.                          "In Hamburg, for instance, we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Planting trees is one way to had two sunny days all of last
                                                                                                                                             (5) Felix and Diver Dan 12:00- (9) Midnight Mysteries                  Loew's Drive-In—Cartoon 7:40. make the countryside beautiful, summer. It would have been a
            WABC ,             771                   WNEW                        lilt      month.                                                                                                                   By Love Possessed 7:45; 11:35; and many Monmouth County land- great place to shoot 'Rain.' "
            WCBS                88» I                WPAT                         «S«          Unique on college campuses,                   (7) Rocky and His          12:40- (5) Sherlock Homes                                                     owners are doing their part, says
            WHTG             I41»                    WQXR                                                                                         Friends               1:00- (4) Local News                        Posse From Hell 10:05.
                                                                                 15M       the program will provide for aj                                                                                                                            County Agent M. A. Clark.
            WNBC               M4                    WOR                          710                                                        (») Movie                            (7) Staying Young              ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
                                                                                           special ROTC company, and will                                                                                                                                Information about tree planting
                AFTMKOOH                      Tl IS—WAIC Scolt Muni                          mphasize leadership and physi-                (11) Three Stooges                     (9) Almanac Newsreel             Atlantic—Love In a Goldfish can be obtained from the Depart-
| l l « » — W M C Chirli. G n u                         WOR Bunlnoee; Niw.                                                                  (15) Combat Sergeant         1:05- (4) 13th Hour
                                               7.10—WCM N<wa: Ed Joyce                     cal fitness. Specialized training,                                                                                       Bowl 8:25; Homicidal 7:00; ment of Conservation at Trenton,
             wcas N.WI                                   WHT« Niw.;                        patterned after the regular                                                                                              10:00,                            or. the Monmouth County Exten-
             WHTS Honmouth-Ociu                                    .Rclaxta!" Untie
                     Ntva Summary                                                          Army's Ranger preparation, will                                                                                       HIGHLANDS                            sion Service.
             WHM N«w«; Jim Lev.                          WNBC Morfao Besttjr               be featured.
             WNtCNewi: Jack Scott                        WOR Newa:                             Instruction in hand-to-hand                                                                                         Marine - Cartoon 7:00; 8:50;
             WOR Nawi. John Scott                                    Gabriel Heater                                                                                                                                 Naked Edge 7:10; 9:00.                 PET SHOW SATURDAY
111 I t — W O ! Tha Fitwaralda
                                               Til»—WOR Capitol Goat-Un                    combat, mountaineering and ka-                                                                                                                                NEW SHREWSBURY - All
             WHTO Paril Baporl
             WCII Thli la Monrnouta                                                        ate will be included in the train-
          :                                   TI4I—WHUC Wayne Howoll                                                                                                                                             KEANSBURG                            sorts of pets will be exhibited at
                     County                              WOU Cari ton Kredrfcka            ing along with physical fitness
1J!»—WrJTO Count; A*»M                        ''••—WA1C Newa: Scott Muni                                                                                                                                            Casino—Guns ol Navarone 6; 30; a show to be held at the Country                    AL KENNY
             WCM Allin Gray                   UM—WCM World Tonight                         and field problems, Colonel Brad-                                                                                        9:10.                              Fair, Tinton Ave., .near the Gar-
HIM—WHTQ Nawa]                                           WNStC News: Werne                 ley explained. Part of the special-                                                                                                                                                                        Inutltul PlMbt
                     R«luiti» Muile                      WOII Near., World Todaj
                                                                                           ized training will be conducted                                                                                       KEYPORT                              den State Parkway, at 11 a.m.                          tint Nltety
I l l l l — W A K Nawa; Charley Cra«r                                How.ll      •*.                                                                                                                                                                  Saturday. Judges will be Mrs.
             WHK Emph.il.
  lift—WCII Nawi: Hollrnood
                                              •US—WCM Ed Joyce                             on an extra-curricular basis out-                                                                                        Strand-Gidget Goes Hawaiian; Earl W. Speidier, Mrs. Joseph              Erv Bradlay Dane* Orch.
                                              •its—W«R Sport i                             side of regular class hours.
             WHT« Haadllua, E n               «"*»—WOR My Tru. Storr                                                                                                                                                Two Rode Together; 1 com-          Switek and Miss Laura Harding.              Frl. & Sat. Nlm
                    PrkM. Millie                                                               Capt. David W. Blackledge,
             WNSC N.wi: J i n Loti           SltS—WAK New.: geott Hnnl                                                                                                                                              plete showing starting 7:30. - The public has been invited.                   accommodations (or
             WO> Naw.
                                              " • * • " * , ! ! • * N"ew"*Bob Heyrau
                                                                                           member of the university ROTC                                                                                                                                                                          Lunchton . Dinntr
   lilt—WCSS BobDUOB
                                                         WCM Neii.; Ed Joyce               staff appointed by Col. Bradley                                                                                       LONG BRANCH
             WHTQ Beech Kaport               • lit—WOR Newa; Muele From                    to serve as administrative advii-                                                                                                                             Two. Phillips Academies are                Weddings • Parties
             WO* Arlina Fraud.                                       Studio X
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Baronet—By Love Possessed located in Andover, Mass., and                          Anniversaries
   lltt—WHTO N.»i;                           •IIS—WAM Newa: Chuck                          or to the group, is a Ranger-                                                                                            2:10; 7:10; 9:20.                                                               PRIVATE ROOM
                     Railing Mu.la                                   Dunaway               qualified officer; Capt. Black-                                                                                                                            Exeter, N. H. They are known as
   Hit—WAtC Nawa: Pan Inrrim
                                           tiios—wcas N.W.                                 ledge pointed out that'the Ranger                                                                                     ASBURY PARK                          Phillips Andover u d Phillips              Gibson 9*9000
             WNK Grachaala
   •ieo—WCSS Nawa; Woraa»«                              WJ1CN...J Bob Haymn cadets will be picked only from
                                                        WOR N«w>: Lei Smith                                                                                                                                         Lyric-La Dolce Vita 2:00; 8:30 Exeter.
                     Report on
                     Wuhlnilon                          WOK Munlc From Studio X among volunteers.                                                                                                                   Mayfalr-Ada 2:45; 7:00; 10:50
             WHTO H.aJlln.1. Mulls         lOiao—WCM Dane. Mueic                                                                                                                                                    Preview: Two Women 8:45.
             WNK Nawa; Jim Low. 1«I4S—WOR Bible Readlnr.
             VIOH N.wi. U i Smith
   till—WCM Bob DUon
                                          14,11—WAIC N . » , : Chuck
                                                                     Danaway
                                                                              Music Program                                                                                                                         Ocean—The Truth 7:34; 9:53,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Paramount — Claudelle Inglisl
             WOR C.rllnn Frederick. 11:00— WCM Neva
   t.li—WHT« N . « . ;                                  WNICNew.: Bob Harraee
                                                        WOR N*wi
                                                                              Set at School                                          James Darren, Deborah Walley and Michael CalUn ara
                                                                                                                                     the young ilars of "GIDGET GOES H A W A I I A N , " naw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2:30; 7:30; 9:45.'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    St. James — Spartacus 2:00;
                     Relnlnf Muile
   • l i t — W A K New.: Dan Intrtm I l l l l — W C M St.rlijht S.lnt.
             WNfC Emphaila                               WO* J*en Shepard
                                                                                               EAT0NTOWN - A meeting will
                                                                                            be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the Columbia romantic comedy in Eastman Color. The film
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    8:00.                                      WAfflER
  •iMWCMNawa; Perioaa! Slorr                ll,»O—WCM Muilo 'Til Dam
                                                                                            Memorial School auditorium for co-it a n TV-famoui Carl Reiner, Peggy Cats, Eddin Foy,
             WHTO Haadlinai. Mlllo
             WHIC N.wi; Jim Uw«
             WO* N.w.; Ljla Van
   mill—WOH Doltwi »nd»S«nM
              WCtf Martka Wrl.M
   IHO—WHTO Nawa:
                                            SUM—WAKNewe: Happlneea
                                            111!*—WNBCN«."I"| N!,M In all parents interested in the new Jr. and Jeff Donnell; Vicki Triclcatt and Joby Balcor ara
                                                      * - N.Y.
                                                         WOR Unic J,bi.
                                                                                           Instrumental music program for
                                                                                            students in grades 5 through 8. featured. Miss Walley, pert and red-headed, makes har The law firm of Ruff £ Read
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           NEW PARTNER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    SOUTH MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -                      HELD OVER
                     R.lnin« Mmlo              » ' • • — W « C Harb O.ear Andanon
                                                         W f M J k Starlln.                    Fred Caruso, the instructor, will tcrten bow. Starting tonight at the Fly-In Drive-In has added a third partner:                                                         — AT BOTH THEATRES —
   •III—WMC N.w.; Dan losrem
             WNK EmphaiH                                              onmoutb-Ocan          describe the program, which will Theatra, Rt. 34, Belmar. flay dates: Thurtdey through Quarles.
   41(0—WCM Nawa; Informnioa                                         Nawa SumarT           be instituted this year.
                     Canlral                             U I A . S"
                                                                          P U
                                                                           ' "                 All students will be given an Sunday, Sept. 7-10.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •
             WHTO Clo.ln. Stock
                     Report; Untie
              WNIC N<wa: Art Ford
                                                         WO*
                                                                    Nawa;
                                                                    John Uamhlina-
                                                                                            opportunity to study a band or|                                                                            ATLANTIC
                                                                                                                                                                        thought jjerhaps-'you would, know
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SHOW STARTS AT DUSK
             WO* Nem; John Wirjat.                                                          orchestral instrument free ol                                                                                             ATLANTIC H I G H U N D X 1.0149
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                COLUMBIA PICTURES PRESENTS
   4lll—WCM Kenneth Bambart                                                                 charge. Instruments may be rent-                                            abouttfiis.—AuntTee
              WO* Radio Naw York
   4ll»—WHTO N.wi; Relaxing
                      Muala
                      Muala
                                                     cE                                     ed for a nominal fee.                                                         Dear Aunt Tee:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           NOW . E N D S BAT.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      "HOMICIDAL"                GRFCORV PFCKDAViD N1VFN
                                               •                     1."°. O ' t " Andar.n                                                                                  That's "boot camp," not
  4IIS—W»»C N.wi; Dan IntT.rm                                                                                                                                                                                                 ri.US • Jnd HIT
              WHTO Fart Hoiuaoalb.
                      N.pi
                                               •l»O—WCII Worft N . w .
                                                         WHTO Haadlinaa;
                                                         WOR Naw.
                                                                                              .L I! II II Illll  MjaMJ,,
                                                                                                                                                                          "foot camp," and don't you
                                                                                                                                                                          worry about a thing. They have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TOMMY SANDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FABIAN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ANTHONY QUINN mm^s
             WNK Emph.ili
   HO*—WCM N.w!; Sidallthta
             WHTO Monmoutta-Ocaas
                                                         WNBC Nawa; Bill Cullan
                                              •ill—WO* Joha Gambling
                                                                                               DINE OUT TONITE                                                            little healthful exercises and             "Love In A Goldfish Bowl"   TH< ^l/N$ OF NAVARONE                               COLOR ANO CNftUMOOt
                                                                                                                                      (Write to George, in care of take the fellas on hikes and                                                                 TanttalatlM
                      Nawi Summary                       WCBI Jack Storlini
                                                                                                Try Some Out Of this newspaper, and be the first everything. He will have a lit                                                                                                        «tmn«,ti« it ftftttkHwiM.
             V W N N.wi; Art Fold
             WOR N.wi; John Scott
   •111 WCB> Kenneth Bnnjh.rt
                                               111*—WHTO Nawa
                                               •ill—WABC N.w.;
                                                                     RalaxIflK Muile                                               one in your neighborhood to go tie surprise or two almost ev-           MARINE                            3 10O
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              WHTO Dow Jonva Avuraj
             WOR Radio Newt York
                                              . . . u , . . H e r b °"('"r An^araor
                                              •lOO— WCII Nawa: Jack Sl.rlln,
                                                                                                     The Ordinary                  into ttierapy.)                        ery day, and a lot of entertain-
                                                                                                                                                                          ing stories to tell you when he                       ENDS TONITK
   •ill—WHTO N>«>; Releiinf                              WHTO H«adline«:
   (!•«—WAIC N.mi
                     Muiio

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                                                         WNIC Nf»«. Rill Cullon
                                                         WO* Newi; Porothy and
                                                                      nick
                                                                                SEA FOOD
                                                                     Slricllj for Wnmaa                                            Dear George:
                                                                                                                                      I just spent 15 days in Italy
                                                                                                                                                                          survi—er, graduates. *                           ELVIS PRESLEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     "WILD 1 \ THE COUNTRY"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Til I'IfS. - Kill. - NAT.
  HCO—WABC N.wi: Pan Infram
             WCBI N.wi                        •it*—WHTONVto;
                                                                     Relaxinr Muile
                                                                                                                                   and
                                                                                              BEAUTIFUL DINING men let me tell make Americai
                                                                                                                                          over there
                                                                                                                                                          you, Bub, thi
             WHTOHaxllln.i:
                     Dinner Muaie             • HI—WNBC Kmph.il.                                                                   men look sick as lovers. You cai                                                 CO6PER-KE£R
             W D t C N t n : Snort.
             WOH Ntw; Ljla Van
                                                        WABC Nawi; Braikflit Club
                                                         WCII Now.;                             AREA OVER THE- put that in your column wher<
  ail!—WCM gporta                                                    Arthur Godfra*                                                you are always defending Ameri-                                                                                               Susan Hayward                  "La Dolce Vita"
             WNBC Art Ford
             WOM N.wi; John Winrata
                                                        WHTB Haadlir,..; Moalo
                                                        WNBC Nawa: Art F « 4
                                                        WOR Nawi Raporta
                                                                                        OCEAN
                                                                                         '
                                                                                                                                   can men. Hal The Latins make                                                                                                      "ADA1                        RESERVED SEATS
  • ill—WABC Nawi; W.atker                 10iII—WOR Martha D.ana                               Cooled by Sea Breeiei . you look like louts, and what                                                                                                        Preview "Two Women"                     NOW ON SALE
             WCB1 Waatb.r; Jack            10110—WHTO N.wi:                                                                        do you think of that?-Lu.
                     W.lt.n                                          Ralailni Uuala
  lilO—WHTO Nrwi; Dinner Muilc
             WOK N.wa,
                                                        WOR tntarvlawa,                          Cocktail Lounge                    Dear Lu:
                     H.nrr Gladiton*       10:la— WAIC Nawi:
                                                                     Martha Daan.                                                                                                    •BY LOVE
  0l40—WCBI Finanrial Nawi                                           Charlia Graar
                                                                                                                                       I think that your general con-'            POSSESSED'
             WNBC Financial Nowa                        WNIC Kn.nh.ii.                                                              elusion was based on some                     —-      AMD
  4:41—WABC Howard toitll
             WCBI '..i»fl' Th<,mi.i
      WOR Snorli. Sl.n l..rnn
                                           l l t o a — W C M N f . i Houaa Part)
                                                        WHTO llemllln.a: Mti.io
                                                   WNIC Nrm: Art Ford
                                                                                                                                    amazingly fast research.                                                        IDE
      WNBC Thr.. Slir rtitra                       WOR- Ncin
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                                             IMS—WOR M,runn» at ll.ino
                                                   WHTO llmrh ll.port
                                                                                                                     Dear George:
                                                                                                                        My nephew Is going to Marln
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      WCBI H I W I I l n i r r . i . , , .  11110—WCII (,.rry Mnor*                         Ett. 1929
      WHTO llfarllln.i: Muiie                      W H T O R M I Bank H<llaUr                                        "foot camp," he said. What i <
      WNBCNe»a; VV.yr.llow.il                               Nawa, f . t , fl.ffmal                                   "foot camp?" I have heard thai
      WON Fulton Uw\,                      > 1114*—WCM Croibr-Cloon.r              3oardw«lk, Long Branch, N.J.
                                                                                                                     new Marines are given quit
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                                                                                                                     strejiuous treatment,' and

                                                                                             you are cordiqily invited to                                        WONDERFUL                                                                   Science Shrinks Piles
                                                                                                                                                                     SEE YOU                                                               New Way Without Surgery
                                                                                              Art Fair                                                                                                                                     Stops Itch—Relieves Pain
                                                                                                      GALLERIES                                                    TUESDAY"                                                                      York, N. T.        ) - F r tho    BO thorough *thnt sufTereri rnnrl*
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                                                                                                            f\rjimrnfinp                                                                                                                    healing nuljitance with the            hnvc coaBPd to be a problem I"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Isiiing ability to shrink h              The necret Is a new lirallng suh-
                                                                                  FINE AMERICAN and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS                                                                                                                   rhniiln, Htop Itchlnff, and relieve    ntnnro {Illo-Dyjio*)-iH»covcry of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            pnin — without »nrucry.                a world-fnmoun research iiiBtitute.
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                MONMOUTH COUNTY AND NATIONAL NEWS                                                                                                                                    Business trip or pleasure jaunt, planning              relieving pain, actual reduction       in <uppo»ilor» or tintrnmt form
                                                                                                                                                                        ahe«d pays, Andthera's no better "arranger" than your               (•hrlnkagc) took plan,                 under the nam* Preparation lit
                ON THE HOUR AND HALF-HOUR DAYTIME                                                    Open daily 'til 9 p.m.                                                                                                                   Moat amailnf of ill-rMulUwtra        Ai all drug counUr*.
                                                                                                                                                                        phone. Naxt trlpf phone ahead.        Ntw Jirwy 8*11
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                                                                                                                                                                     By Gettermann        Preparing Code             I    RH> BASK REG1SJKR          Thursday, Sept, 7, 1961-17
  Judge, Boro                              'Army Enlistee
                                                                                  Everett                GINGER
                                                                                                                                                                                       LONG BRANCH - With newly-'
                                                                                                                                                                                     installed City Manager Richard
  Feud Over                                                                   Mrs. Gerald Warnker and

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1150
                                                                            daughter, Mary Alyce, of Brook'                                                                          J. Bowen sitting in officially for
                                                                            lyn, visited Mr. and Mrs. Don-                                                                           the first time. City Council Tues-

  Court Time                                                                ald Hickey, Saturday.                                                                                    day continued work in execu-
                                                                                                                                                                                     tive session on preparation of an
                                                                                                                                                                                     administrative code for city
      KEANSBURG - TTie question                                            Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conover,
                                                                         Sunnyside Rd., celebrated Mr.                                                                               operations.
   of when municipal court will be
   held here has become a center                                         Conover's birthday at Bahrs'                                                                                  T h e executive meeting Tues-
   Of controversy between the bor-                                       Restaurant, Highlands, Sunday,                                                                              day w a s recessed f r o m the         • AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
   ough and the magistrate.                                                                                                                                                          mayor's office in City Hall to
      The Borough Council waots                                            Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson                                                                                the air-conditioned suite of Coun-       ECONOMY CAR
   municipal court held at n*ght as                                      and children of Sunnyside Rd. at-                                                                           cilman Milton Untermeyer, a
   set up in the ordinance.                                              tended a welcome home party for                                                                             broker, in the Thompson and Mc-           See Page 24 Today's Issue
      Magistrate Seymour KJeinburg                                       Mrs. Gibson's mother,' Mrs. Pat-                                                                            Kinnon Building on Memorial
   lays be can't hold court at                                           rick Brogan, at Newark Satur-                                                                               Pfcwy.
   night. Court is now conducted                                         day. Mrs. Brogan arrived home
   on Monday mornings.                                                   from Ireland where she has spent
      In a letter to the Council, Mr                                     tha list seven months.
   Kleinburg said he hold* court
   in other municipalities on Mon-                                          Miss Mary Catherine Antohi-
 . day, Wednesday and Friday                                             dies, Brooklyn, spent the week-
   nights.     He pointed out that                                        end with her parents, Mr. and
   Tuesday and Thursday nights                                            Mrs. Leroy Antonidies, Everett
   were regular meeting nights for               CUVE BEVAN               Rd.
   other local. municipal agencies                                                                          "When I was your age, I was glad when someone read
      George. Ei Ostrov, borough at-    HARLINGEN AFB, Tex.-Avi-
                                                                            Mrs. Charles Conover spent lasl          'LiHle Red Riding Hood 1 tcvme!"
   torney, said he did not think the ation Cadet Clive Bevan, son of
                                                                          Wednesday at Mirror Lake
   borough ordinance establishing Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bevan, 23
                                                                          Fords, with other employees of
   the time ot court would b» up-
                                      William St., Red Bank, ij under- Hospital Picture Service, Red
   held in the courts.
      He said the magistrate has the  going 38 weeks of training in theBank.
   right to set the time but the undergraduate navigator pro-
   borough had the right to set gram.
   the place.
             School Problem
                                                                            Mrs.   Alfred Williams anc
                                                                          daughters, Linda and Barbara
                                                                          spent a few days at Elmhurst
                                                                                                              BANTAM MARKETS
      Mayor Louii Collichio had sug-
   gested that court be switched
                                         Camera Club                      Pa., with Mrs. William's father,
                                                                          John Duerden.
                                                                                                              Pennsupreme
   back to nights because of the
   school system using two rooms         Lectures Set                       Alfred Williams, Jr., has re-
                                                                                                               Week! . . .
   In Borough Hall for classes.          SUMMIT — The first in a fal turned after completing a two
      Council finally decided to in- series of lectures sponsored by week Naval Reserve tour with the             y2 Gallon
   form the magistrate that the Ihe New Jersey Federation of Anti-submarine                 Squadron at
   borough meeting room would be Camera Clubs, Inc., will be held Lakehurst.
   available on Monday, Wednes- Oct. 3 at 8:15 p.m. in the Celanese
   day and Friday nights for court. Corp. of America auditorium,
                                                                                                              SHERBET
      Mayor Collichio, often a critic Morris Ave., here.
   of the local police -department ITJia speakers will be Jerome
   complimented the force Tuesday a n a Bertha Koch, of Auburn, Cal
    for the job dons this summer. if.
      He said the department nipped Two projectors will be used for
   many would-be serious problems a one-hour feature presentation
                                                                                FUEL Oil                     Reg.
                                                                                                             99c           69'
    in the bud.                       illustrating the handling of dif-
      The mayor, in a forecast^ of ferent types of subjects under
    things to comer laid the bor- different conditions to produce top
                                                                                                                   2 PINTS                                                                                                                                      3%*
    ough soon would initiate a gar- quality photographs,
    bage problem study to determine The — - also will show a film
    if the borough should make iti on Mexico.
                                              Kochs -                                                         ICE CREAM                                                                                                                                         PER YEAR

    own collections.
       He also said the borough
                                                                                                              Regular 2 for 7Oc                                                                         RED               B A N K SAVINGS
    would ask the state if it could       Ends Training                                                           Open Every Day 'til 11 P. M.                                                         and LOAN                       ASSOCIATION
    either lease municipal beaches
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             CHARTERED 1667
    for private operation or build FAIR HAVEN — Maj. Adrian                                                                Except Christmas                                                                IShe Door
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to Security
    and operate concession stands at N. Longfield, 60 Second St., a
    the beaches.                       member of the 7467th Transporta-
       The mayor laid he would soon tion Staging Station, Caven Point,
    appoint a 25-member citizen ad- Jersey City, recently completed
                                                                                HANCE s DAVIS                         133 MARKHAM PL
                                                                                                                                                                                                        10 BROAD ST.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Insured Savings Accounti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Money Orders
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NEW JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Home Mortgage Loans
    visory committee to assist the 15 days of annual reserve train-             26 Shrewsbury A v t .
                                                                                                                                                                                               Travelers Cheques                                     Home Improvement Leans
    Planning Board in planning im- Ing at Camp Drum, N. Y.
    provements.                          Maj. Longfield served as adju-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Gift Drafts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Christmas Clubs
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   Set Boat Adrift
      RED BANK - Two Long                                                                                     -•m%rr:lHx; .ii'Ac"-.iii w-ii-iii.-rif' i. —""-

   Branch j u v e n i l e s , apparent-
   ly brothers, one aged 16 and the
   other 14, have been released in
                                                                                                                                                                           HONOR ROLL CALL FOR NEW
                                                                        MONTGOMERY WARD
   the custody of their guardian aft
   er admitting'to taking a 23-foot
   cruiser from its mooring hi
 . Naveslnk Sunday.
                                                                            MONMOUTH SHOPPING CtNTtR                               Mont LI 2-2150
                                                                                                                                                                           PINEHURST5 AND FASHION STRIDES!
      Police said the two set adrift
   the boat owned by Jack Walsh,
—HH-Patterson Ave.,_Shrewsbury




                                         ; well schooled in shoes
   from its mooring at the Coast
   Boat Works, Morford PI.
      The boat drifted across the riv-
   er and ran aground olf Conover
   La., Middletown, according to po-
   lice.                         '
      The two also admitted to tak-
   ing 10 packets of index cards
   from the offices of Christ Epis-
   copal Church, Shrewsbury. Sat-
   urday, police said, they sold two
   of the packets at 50 cents each.
      They made their way to Red
   Bank, boarded. Mr. Walsh's boat
   where they fell'asleep. When they
   •woke at 1 a.m. Sunday they set
   the boat adrift, police charged.
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   Two Fort Space                                                                                                         4 tapered toe flats
   Experts to Speak
       FORT MONMOUTH - Two of
  , Fort Monmouth's top experts on
    space communications will speak
    at the American Astronautical So-
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    section meeting in Woodbridge,
    Sept. 12.
       Brig. Gen. W. M. Thames, com-                                                                                     4 tailored ties                                   4 easy slip-ons
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      Dr. Zlegler is a fellow of the       Little girls'
    society.                               nylon velvet ox-
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                                           ford. Won't stuff,                                                                         SCHOOLTJME is Wards favorite fyne ef Ihe year.                                                                          with elastic tide
   Father, Son Take                        cleans easily. Rich
                                           black. 10 to 4.                                                                     Thai's whan we have our biggest assortments of all Ihe                                                                         goret. Glove-toft *
   Positions at Fort                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          black leather,
                                                                     4.99                                                      newest shoe fashions thai you love to wear to school
      FORT MONMOUTH - A father                                                                                                                                                                                                                                crepe toles. AYi-9.
   and son team of John and George                                                                                             arid on campus* Afttl best, of all you're                                                                                                       3.99
   G. Hessel went to work at the                                                                                                                      surihg, you
   U. S. Army Signal Research and
   Development Laboratory on the           Big. boys' block
   same day this week.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ratishfy styled
                                           reverse-team oxford.
      For John Hessel it was a return                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "patch" saddle,
                                           Rich leather, fine
   to the laboratory to which he                                                                                                                                                                                                                             jounly and comfort-
                                           Goodyear welt con-
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   engineers, Mr. Hessel left four                                                                                                                                                                                                                           O"u:9n crepe soles.
   years ago to take a State Depart-                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5-9.            4.99
   ment position in Paris. Back from
   abroad, he will work' in the Of-
   fice of Technical Plans.                Big boys'
      George Hessel, a recent grad-        flex-vamp oxford, so                                                                                                                                                                                              Campus lounger
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      l
   uate of his father's alma mater,        supple it hardly                                                                                                                                                                                                  with smart new tap-
   the University of Michigan, comes       needi breoking-ii                                                                                                                                                                                                 ered toe. Plump
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Old Union to Play
Freehold Feature                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     In State Tourney
To Charm Boy                                                                                                                                                                                                             M0NTCLA1R — Ok| Onion "I hope he plays as well for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lou* of Red Bank, refiolar .oa- | » " he dM against us," SpU-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . ,    „         lane said.      Bland sure caused
    FREEHOLD — Charm Boy . Julia Song, driven by owner                                                                                                                                                                               and playoff Winners U J & ^ o ( l r o u M e / .
hstioned a w«re-t<Mvire victory! F'°yd Hubert, paid $5.80 and                                                                                                                                                         in the Jersey Shore Baseball Union House has also added
 in the featured Invitation Handi-i
                                                            0
                                                         3 2 a Vicki
                                                                  i * - ™J         handled byj                                                                                                                        League, wiH piay in the state Pete Bennett, of the Madison
        _             .                                Roscce James, paid $3.40. Time
cap Trot yesterday afternoon a t j f o r ^ m i l e 2 : O g                                                                                                                                                            Tournament of Champions Sun- PBA, one of the best hitters in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      d*y.                               the league, and Madison lefty
Freehold Raceway. ..                                 .j Delaware - owned horses cap-
    Driven by Al Sweeney, subbing: tured the third and fourth races.                                                                                                                                                      Union House wiH face the top-Lou Popowski,
 for owner Bob Farrington.jLudiy .Dean Scott copped Hie                                                                                                                                                               seeded Montdair Orioles, cham-        Popowski, an all-state pick at
 Charm Boy fought oft chaUengesj third for a $12.20 upset. Miss                                                                                                                                                       oion of the tough Essex Cour.rv SayrerviHe High School tot
 by Julia Song and Vicki.Dean in;Levels the next brush for another                                                                                                                                                    League, In • sudden-death cm- spring, may get a contract from
 the final quarter mile to score| long-price pay-off of $16.60.                                                                                                                                                       test at Soverel Field, East Or- the Boston Red Sox organization,
 a half length triumph. It markedl R o s e D l U o n a si^ym-oid                                                                                                                                                                                         Spillane said.
 the third win in four Freehold!                               ,„,„, p a r s o n b u r g ,   m.t                                                                                                                          Oume time is 2:3H p.m.             And this tourney can holp
 Marts for the aght-year-o!dj ( u m e d j n l h e f a s t e s t ( i m c o n t h e                                                                                                                                         The Dairing was dVided i t i n him," he added.
 Chestnut gelding who returned;^ r a c e p r o g r a m ne gotialing the                                                                                                                                                  neaniriiVT mwtine T u e s d a y Spillane wiH start his own
•$4.80, $3.20 and $2.60 across the „ ; / , . £ 4 / 5 i n fcwinning ^                                                                                                                                                     i-M in tfw Montdair YMCA.       mound ace, Don Rooney, with
 board.                                                sixth. The John Adkins-owned                                                                                                                                       Winner of the H-'ftam touma Popowski and Frank Sharrahba
                                                       bay mare shaved nearly four sec-                                                                                                                                ment will, receive S2W In prize ready to relieve.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mraev from Baseball Inc. the
           Freehold                                    onds off her best previous time
                                                       this season and paid $4.80 for $2
                                                         Rio Girl, $13.20; first race win-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      sponsors.                             Joo Lee wjll hit in tthe clean-up
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Union House Is the first Shore spot. Lee was a $20,000 bonw-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        :eam to conroete in the eighl- baby for the Baltimore Orioles
            Entries                                    ner and 8-5 choice Crumptonmn
                                                       took the second at $5.40 to pro-                                                                                                                                  ear-old event.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         in 1954.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Coach George Spillane has He played for Vancouver In the
  FIRST BACK — 1 mlfcj I:M p duce a $49.60 pay-off for the 8-5
  PP.
  PP.              O Trot                       J
                                  . . . . . . «650                                                                                                                                                                     beefed up his roster with three Picific Coast, League, and in the
  I UUiogrsph                O.             sl! .'1-1 double combination.
  I nhlrf Tom BcMl            B. Mo               7-1                                                                                                                                                                  other p'ayers from Hie Jers.'y Carolina League and the Sally
  1 Pinnacle Tymt              W. Allin                                                             RED BANK DAY AT FREEHOLD RACEWAY — Member, of tha Community Chamber of Commerce were on hand Shore League, which he is League until he Injured his rhouli
  T Scotch Tilan         — ). Maasry 5-1
  ft Homestrftch Vfinnr.-W. RUgvny 6-1
  I M I l t 11 S
  4 Ilrt.lilr B
                            W. r.al.cUi.. S.I
                                   C. Dili 10-1
                                                                              Freehold              yesterday for Red Bank Day at Freehold's racing plant. Charm Boy, owned by Mrs. Robert Farrlngton, second il'owed under tourney rules.
                                                                                                    from left, was the winner of the Red Bank race. Others, standing, left to right, are Francis J. Bolduc, executive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         der in 1959.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Johnny Bland, who paced the BiH Henry, Seton Hall's out-
  6 Maryland W:Wfr ... J. S i g n e r !0-l                                                                                                                                                                             Red Bank Towners to two victor- standing pitcher, will hurl for the
  AIM Ellgihlc; Everett Scott iPriscoi
  MCt'OND BACK — 1 mile; S:J5 p.m.                                             Results              vice president of the chamber; Edward H. Conway, Sr., president; Peter Genovese, director, and Ira Crouie, mem- ies over Old Union durin? the Montdair squad.
                                                                                                    ber. Al Sweeney is the driver. Charm Boy returned $4.80, $3.20 and $2.60.                                          regular season, will play in the The Essex League, which the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       infield.                          Orioles won with a 30-14 record,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          is traditionally the toughest in
  » Anon Vernon
  1 Pcley'a Boy
                             C. DfMore S-l
                                                       Royal May (Collins i ..._
                                                         Time 2:11.4. Also
                          .... V. -Ktrby 10-1 American Scotch Tine. Stout Spencer,
  I 8uc**>ss FSay .... -.-. P.. Etlerman 10-1 M.P's Joe. Tli.[>y Stringer.
                                                                                              * 110
                                                                                              Mr.
                                                                                                                          Dodgers Beat Giants To Slice Freehold                                                                                           the state.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         LADIES DAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Union House won the Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Shore League race with an 11-3
  Also Eligible: Sola Song dtoinanoi
  THIRD RACK — I mi
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                                                             -      ' m. rsM-e. $650, off 1:11.
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                        I milt; IM p in. Crumptonisn iM.rtot) oni5.*0 3.40 If                                                                         Trackman's                                                                                          mark and defeated Long Branch


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                                                                                                 • Associated Press           of the player pool from a World lost five in a row and 11 of 13,
                                                                                    5.40 The Los Angeles Dodgers, with Series played in their 94,600-seat wiped out the Dodgers' 3-0 lead
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 6 Botrt>y Star .... . O.. - a n n a g a n 5-2 rcmrlri rare—I in. l'«cr, m w , nil ] : ! ] .in World Series history, have!1™0 games up on the Reds in the        Cepeda off starter Sandy Koufax.
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 1 Red Rain                    J. <Ji»nii M Golilon Guy (Molnar
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                                                                                           in that National League pennant j four-game series with San Fran- knocking out their ace right
                                                                                                                            | Cisco, still hopeful Milwaukee hander, 19-game winner Joey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3    Leah Spencer .
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                                                 Dream Nette (Williams* —        - - 3.60
 1 M«r<olo Trebluh .... r , Hullierl 5-1 Time-2:0S.I. Also Harted: Miss Tl- blown a 3-0 lead against San Spahn nailed - his 306th career inning. A two-run sixth on two
 > QraUen Blpresf .._          VI. Dill 6 1tanette. Swonl's Point, Roiallna -Nlm-
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 3 Mtrlln .._._             J. KlrUU O           s u m m i — 1 m. Pure, IBM, olf 4:19. Coliseum Scoreboard in Los An-   by a left-handed pitcher. The Muslal's sacrifice fly and Ken
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                         H Ballnnl 3-1 Tlmr-2:03.4.                Also
                                                                           — 4.00 2.60 geles Showed a five-run eighth-
                                                                                     Miss
                                                                                                                        Chicago Cubs defeated Pitts Boyer's single, put it away and
                                           J « o Doctor's Chief iDeMore) — — 3S inning for St. louis and then burnti, 6-2.
                                                                         Marled:
                                                                                      .O                                                                 beat reliever Jim Maloney (Mi)
                                                                                                                                                         before the big eighth made it
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Marvolo Trebluh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Edgewood Jimmy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              "Help!"               every Saturday

 ! 1 Jimmy Oene      —. n . Ellcrmmi 7-J Soangler, Elvln Itosecroft. Victor De- flashed the Cardinals, 11-5, vic- In the American League, Rog-
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                         R. Stlftnrd S.I Seventh net—I m. Trot, 12,IK». 4:41. tory over the Reds.
                              A. Allrn 6-1 Charm Bny iSweeney)..*.*) ,1.:0 'J.fiO
 4 r.apuin Defender . . . C. OaKlry 8-1 Julia SnnR iHulberl).™ ~ 6.80 3.20                 That's when the Dodgers vent
                                                                                                                        er Maris hit his 54th home runa rout.
                                                                                                                        as the New York Yankees, built Right-hander Larry Jackson
                                                                                 -~ 3.40 to work, coming from behind a whdmping eight-game lead over (12-9), a winner in nine of his
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 I Iloyal Laird           V. Cow6er                                                                                     idle Detroit,with an 8-0 romp last 10 decisions, settled down                                                       Belle D
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 4 Avenue. Hal          R Harrington                I n c l l Hod (Kellyl   9.60 4.00 3.20
                                                    Market Report (Gonos).. — 3.40 2.R0
                                                                                          Giants.                              nesota, 6-3 and 4-2, in 10 innings, run third and held the Reds to                                           Indian Guide                            PHIL WALDMAN'S
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2 Joyce York            _
                                                    KquaUzer, J r t Action.
                                                                                                                                                                     one run,a homer by Jerry Lynch,
                              13. Buckson S-l ton Scott, Tassel Byrd, Jean Retainer, cess and seventh victory m nine j nt h e only other games sched over the last six innings.
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> Irlfll All . . .              J. Ailnnin 101                                            games for the Dodgers. Cincin- uled.                                                                                                              Shadydale Slater

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KIliHTH RACK — 1 miles 4:55 p.m.Miss Julia Cobb tJolinaon)
            B3-/C1 Hdcap Psce
                                                                                 6.20 2.80
                                                                                          nati, meanwhile, hasn't won two The Dodgers got started on Spahn (18-12), closing in on his
                                                                                          in
                                            JIMO Meadow Fslr (Roilnoi .. — — 2.00 a row In more than a week tiheir big eighth when Frank
                                                                                                                                                                     12th season of 20 or more vic-                                    9    Greek Star
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Open Dally and Sun. 7 AJH.-10 P.M. { ^ 2 ?
        •*»WTtrk F M B A !»•>"                         Time- 2:I)!M. Also started: Cecil and has played only .500 bail Howard, who had singled home tories, beat Eddie Plank's rec-                                                         My Treasure
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6 HaMy Boy ..... .. A. William* II Mighty MrKKly<M.Hoh'on)7.40 4.20 XM
 3 Reitille Dale
                             H. Parahull 5-2 Clnco, Sudilen Surprise, CSelalonjr. Guy,
                             W. nuhrttie 7" Kaster (Soosf. Scralcned: Runny Gal. (10-10) since taking over first| two runs in the first, rifled a ord of 305 victories, all In the
                           C. Atib.'itirllo 4-1 Trnlh race—1 ni. 1'ace, J6.W, olf 5:57.
                                  M. liHlP 61 1'atrlcla M. iDeHorn ..- — 7.80 4.60
                                                                                          place on Aug. 16.
                                                                                                         g                     single that almost knocked down AL, by blanking the Phils on three
                                                                                                                                                                     singles for his ninth straight com-
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7 rttcrntt'i Kllly                                      Time—2:ll>3. Also started: Peter                                       of the Giants. Willie Davis went Dlete game victory. It was Spahn-
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                                                                                                                               in as s pinoh ninner, and the 54th career shutout and second                                             THE BIGGEST TIRE SALE OF THE YEAR!
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                                               J750 Xllen, Tippy Flngo, Floyd Grattan
                                                                                                                               Dodders were off and running, in a row, for a string of 23 score-
                                                                                                                               forcing an error that gave them less innings. It also was Ms 10th
                                                                                                                                                                     consecuttive victory over tin
                                                                   Not Guilty, Boys League
 2 Sriadydale Sister            W. Kvr.ua                                                                                      two unearned runs.
 4 Greek Star                   J. !lorln&. 6-1                                                                                                                      -Pliiii, since May 23, 1959. He
 1 Jlmmle K .                  V. Hulbert 8-1                                                                                    Despite a pitch out, Davis stote
7 Wars '.N Strlpea .... G. Horiman 10-1                                                                                                                              nailed it with his sixth strikeout
                                                                                                                               second and scooted on to third
                                                                   Says Liston Championship
t Robert Holt                   K. Jaejer 18-1
TKNTH HACK — 1 miles 3:15 p.m.                                                                                                 on catcher Ed Bailey's wild peg. fanning Charlie Smith for the
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                                W. Evans 3-1
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                                                                                                                               PiMhhitter Norm Larker brought final out after Ken Walters and
7 My Tr#Mur«                 C Abbatlello 4-1 PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Heavy- MIDDLETOWN - The Fair- him in with a single, tying it Johnny Callison had singled In
 4 Rawhide Jim                   J. Qulnn 4-1
2 J G. luchel              H. UcQuarrli 81 weight boxer Charles (Sonny) view Braves captured the Mid-                          5-all, and John Roseboro fol- the ninth.
6 Bunfet Ptlnce ........ Q. Lockerman 4-1
 5 Mtu Majntr s L v u ^ . , Junes 8-1 Liston, 28, yesterday pleaded in- dletown Boys' League champion-
                                                                                                                               lowed with a pinch double that T h e Braves, now six games
 1 HIKhieya turn .... M. .ftoblruon 10-1 nocent to » charge of turning otf ship recently with a two-game gave Los Angeles the lead. An back of Cincinnati, had five hits
 I Prince Dtacovery ... •). Truex 1(1-1
 Also Eligible: Ktmma'i Bill (Long) the lights of his car to avoid playoff sweep of Port Monmouth error, a walk, Wally Moon's two- scoring in the first inning off John
                                                    arrest following an incident last First Aid.                               run single and a force out by         Bwhardt (5-16) on a walk, Ed
                                                                                                                                                                                1
                                                    June 12 in Fairmount Park.               The Braves, who won the Amer- Smjier brought in the other three. Mathews single a n d H a n k
  Mantle-Maris                                          Liston. accompanied by his
                                                    manager, George Katz, and his
                                                                                          ican League pennant with a 19-2Snider also hit a solo home run Aaron's sacrifice fly.
                                                                                          record, dumped the aidmen, win- in the fifth.                                 The Cubs made the most ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                       the
   vs. Ruth                                         attorney, Morton Witkin, entered ners in the national loop, 7-5, in Roger Craig (5-6), fourth of five PHtsburgh errors anri
                                                    his plea before commissioner of the second game after taking the six Dodger pibohers, was the eighth hit pitching of Don Card-
                                                                                          play-off opener 9-8.                 winner. He faced Just one man          well (13-12). who had the Bucs
                                                     jury trials Joseph Scanlon.
      By The Associated Press
     The following labie shows how

  of New York compare with the Sept. 28 In Quarter Sessions a homer, while John Kortz and
                                                                                             Ray Clericuzio went all the wayafter Larry Sherry had to leave blanked until they scored two
                                                        Witkin asked for t jury trial 'or the win in the deciding game. in the eifjhth because of arm
  Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle and Scanlon set a trial date of Bill Shapiro helped him with troub'e. The Giants, who have Gibbon (10-10) was the loser.
                                                                                                                                                                     unearned runs in the eighth. Joe                                                                                       ANY
   record psce off Baba Ruth i
  1927:
                             B b R h in
                  Hmner Garnet
                      No. Plsxed            Mil
                                                     court
                                                             -                            Kevin Murphy were standouts in
                                                        Liston and a companion were the field.
                                           Dale arrested in Fairmount Park after
                                                                                             In the first contest, the Braves                                              Major League
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SIZE...
  >Urii
  I Mantle
  Ruth
                      54
                   , Jl
                      A 4
                               139
                               1J9 B,p
                               !4fi
    x-One c*me hphlnri Ruth's pace.
                                          Btpi s; allegedly forcing a woman motor had to make up a seven run
                                          Srpi       ist to stop her car, A magistrate deficit. Pitcher Barry Snyder
                                                     dismissed charges but the district scored the winning run in the bot-                                                                                                                                             IMVINTPfVr MAS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ANY TYPE
    A. II. BrslM!"MMEN'R I K A f i l B attorney ordered Liston rearrest tom of the sixth.                                                                                                                                                                              M M SOUTH)
               (Summer Kdltliin)                      ed.                                                                                                                                                                                                              INTO TWO MOWS
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                                                        The fighter was subsequently Kenny Washington, A^IO per-                                                                          ill                                                                          TAKI TOW CHMCa
  LaWal Pmil Corp                      25 23 stripped of his ranking as No. 1              formed in the backfieJd for UCLA
  Iop j I t e M t                   -..23 '&                                                                                                            By The Associated Presi
  O    m'n E.ix,                       2IU 2J1, heavyweight contender'and sus- in 1937-38-39, still holds the Bru
                                     , 2I
  ira iMietti's r r . i Bhoo
  B HHrt Movers-                                    j pended by the Pennsylvania Ath- ins' record for yardage gained                                         (Time Is EST)
           *ll        H t      MK               2-1 ! tetic Commission and the Na-         during his career. He gained
  a:in Amslertlam 211, Bob Johr.son
  2:i. Jsck r i i n n . !13                           tional Boxing Association.           1,915 yards in three years.                NATIONAL LEAGUE                        AMERICAN LEAGUb
                                                                                                                                      —          -W.L--Pd.-GiB;                         W L Pet. G E
                                                                                                                               Cincinnati ..        M     .394       New York^... »4 45 .171

  Roger Hits No. 34 As Yanks                                                                                                   Los Angeles .,78 54 .591 1 Detroit ..
                                                                                                                               Milwaukee         ...74 « .532 I Baltimore
                                                                                                                               San Francisco 70 I 2 , W 5 J 0 9 Chicago
                                                                                                                                                                                       .84 53 .fit
                                                                                                                                                                                        81 5* .585
                                                                                                                                                                                       77      .542
                                                                                                                               St. Louis     ......70 «4 .522 10 Cleveland            .71      ,507

  Pull Away From Detroit By 8                                                                                                  Plttlburgh .
                                                                                                                               Chicago
                                                                                                                               Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                    S4 67 .489 14'/, Boston
                                                                                                                                                    58 76 .433 22 Los Angeles
                                                                                                                                                    39 96 .289 411/,,Minnesota ....
                                                                                                                                                                                    ...17      .472 2 <
                                                                                                                                                                                                      8
                                                                                                                                                                                                .431 3J1
                                                                                                                                                                                                .428 34
                                                                                                                                      Wednesday's Results            Washington                 .367 43
               Associated Press                     I became the first lefthander to Maris' home run, his ninth
                                                                                                                               St. Louis II, Cincinnati 5 (night)JKansas City                   .367 43
     Six more. Two every five * l n 2:l 8 a m e s i n ^e AL since against Washington, broke up a
  games. That's all it will take now                  1952, and that New York pow scoreless duel between Ford (23- (night)
                                                                                                                               Milwaukee I, Philadelphia 0                    Wednesday's Results
                                                                                                                                                                     {Chicago 8-4, Minnesota 3-2, (twl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        HUNDREDS OF A-1
  for Roger Maris to hit 60 home ered eight games ahead of idle 3) and Tom Cheney (1-3) and gotLos Angeles 8, San Francisco 5 night) (second game 10 In-
  runs and' tie Bube Ruth's long, Detroit in the flag race with a the Yankees started on a five-                                       g
                                                                                                                                                                        nings)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        USED TIRES TO GO
  elusive record.                                   |seventh straight victory.             run fourth inning after two were (night)
                                                                                           out. Blanchard, who belted two, Chicago <, Pittsburgh 2                   New York 8, Washington 0
     After belling No. 54 for his first |
  hit in 1 at bats, as the New
               7                                                                           each with Mantle on base; Bill Today's Games and Probable Boston 9, Cleveland 4
                                                                                           Skowron and Bob Hale hit the                      Pitchers                Only games scheduled
 York Yankees clobbered Wash-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Complete 8electlon...all nationally
  ington 8-0 .yesterday, Marls is'                                                        other home runs as the Yankees Pittsburgh (Haddlx 8-6) at Chi- Today's Games and Probable
                                                                                           made seven hits pay off with cago (Brewer 1-8), 1:30 p.m.                               Pitchers                                                                                             advertised brands represented
  seven games ahead of Ruth's;                                                                                                                                       Detroit (Lary 194) at Boston
  record pace of 192". And he has!                                                        eight runs.
                                                                                                                                                                        Monbouquette 11-12), 1 p.m.
  15 games—against Cleveland, Chi-'                                                          No AL pitcher has won 23 Tim Davis, a sophomore ->lace Cleveland (Stigman 2-3) at New                                                                                                      Every tire has passed our rigid
 ciijio. .Detroit and Baltimore—in                                                        since, Early Wynn and Bob Lem-       kicker on the 1!>81 Alabama foot-' York (Terry 12-2), 7 p.m.
 which to match or break the                                                              on both did it for Cleveland in ball squad, is the son of former Washington (Bouldin 0-0) at Bal-                                                                                             factory method safety inspection
 Babe's record within the limit of.                                                       W54. Bobby Sliantz was the last!Alabama star fullback "Pig", tlmore (Pappas 11-7), 7 p.m.
 JJ4 team decisions & ? by Com-! <t                                                       AL lefty to do it, winning 24 for'Davis,                                  'Only games scheduled                                                                                               Customer Satisfaction
 lTKSsiontr Ford Frick.                            •                                      the old Philadelphia A's in 1952.:
    Ruthj incidentally, needed ciRlit                                                        The White Sox banged 13 hits, r                                                                                                                                                            Guaranteed on All Sales
 home runi in the Yankees' last                                                           one an inside-thepark homer by
 15 garnes of 1927 to totter the                                                          Nellie Fox, and beat Pete Ramos
old record of 59, which he had;                                         - ~                (10-17) as Juan Pizarro (13-5)
set in 1921. He did it by s i c k ' The Chicago White Sox lieu wort his seventh in a row in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ji    SEE US
jug the eight in H games, hit-j Minnesota twite, li-3 and 41 in
tins No. 60 in the next to last'HI inning
                                                                                    - 2 first g a m e at Minnesota In a re-                                                  "I've                                                                                                                            FOR TIRES
jjume of the season.
                                                                    anil Moslun cllppediplay of T u e s d a y ' s foggy 3-3 tie.
                                                     ( Icvelanj S-4 in tin only otlierjTwo u n e a r n e d runs in ilie 10th
                                                                            1                                                                                                been
    Mickey Mantle, who h a s p a i r r t l A I . i;am<\s scheduled.             !
                                                                                  o n t w o e r r o r s and Sherm I,nl-                                                    waiting
with Maris for half of i h " Van- In ihr Nntmnal I.t'iijjuc, St.Mar's double, won t h e second

t'li      This v r ' v u i
k " o s ' Al. i c i o r d M'ttini: ?|li h u m Lou: , wallopnl Cinrinnati l l - V g a i n e for tin1 Stix a n d Don [.ar-
                                                  1

                              w.t1. 0 fnr !'. and second place Los Angeles'sen (7-1), who gave u p four h i t s '
                                                                                                                                                                                0                                                                                where your dollar buys MILES more

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      STORES
v\iill\m^          twup          y i *<;<'iil;i\,       anil       i ' d i : 'I u i i h i n   oiif    p u n ' 1n f t h e m n i n e    innin;:.^.    (nmilo    Pasrual
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now
run
          is n n c j ; a n v
         behind        Ruth's
                                   ,-mdo n e ho:ii'
                                     pare.       M i c k e y j!l-5.
                                                                   K a h b y b^atinj;
                                                                            Milwaukee            defeated       Phila-,     Cavl     Ynslnemski       d r o v e i n Imir
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Maple Ave. at White St.                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  l   A WEEK
has     hi(51.
                                                            1
                                                                  j'lHphif]       a s U'ancn          Spahn     broke runs,        three     with    a   homer, f o r '                                                                                           Red Bank—SH 7-5700
   J'uslied to the background a .!Eddie Plank's record of 305 vie-]Huston. Rookie Don Snhwall (H-J'
Maris1 Mill set riff nn iwevmie!tones bv a southpaw in one'4] kept (tie Indian.? in check al-                                                                                 A wife loves to hear from her husband when tit's away,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1000 Atbury Avt.            Atbury Park
ttltplny <i( five Yankee home run'.ileague, ami the Chicago Cubs1 though allowing 11 hits. '                                                                                  (The children do, too.) So when you're out of town-"                                          PR 5-8700
was the fact, that Whitcy 1-ordidowned Pittsburgh 6-2,            |p!crry (9-13) lost it.                                                                                      ^n't forget to phone. New Jersey Bell
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                                                                                                                                COMPAR
 , ARDC-USAC midget auto races
    whileia new series of Sunday aft-
    ernoon stock car races com-
    mences Sunday, supplemented b>
    the renowned Tournament
   Thrills daredevil show.
      Star drivers who have been
    sweeping programs from Vlrginl
    to Vermont will bring down th
    curtain on the evening scheduli
    at the speedway, in a five-eveni
. program starting at 8 p.m.
      Heading up the cast will be Bil
    Randall, North Reading, Mass.
    Bert Brooks, New Britian, Conn.



                                                                   iverside
   Dutch Schaefer, Floral Park, N.Y.;
    Tony Romit, Cliffside Park; Bobby
    Marshman, Pottstown Pa.; Bob
   Hillis, Wilmington, Del., and
    other performers.
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                                                                   iverside
      After battling through four 10-
    lap qualifying contests the 20
   fastest pilots go all out at blazing
    (peed in the 25-lap main event.
   A special heat winner's helmet
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                                                                      rside LOW PRICES
    dash is also carded.
      Eight races make up the Sun-
    day afternoon menu, with sports-
   man and modified pros in five
  * races that bring together the 25



                                                                   iverside SAFETY
   most rapid in the 25-lap featun
    as well as three novice class
   thrillers capped by a 20-car, 15-
   lap finale.
      That Initial daytime present*
   tion goes off at 2:30 pin., launch
   ing a new schedule that directoi
   Bob Streeter says may last
   through October, if weather con-
   ditions permit.
      Upwards of 80 cars are ex-
   pected for the Sunday date, whil:
   more than 25 daredevils will par
                                                     Tops in economy.,. fops in performance
   ticipate in the thrill show thai
   makes its 1961 New Jersey debu
   as a special added attraction.                    AIR CUSHION NYLON
  1st Army Golf
  Tourney Opens
  Action Today                                       GUARANTEED
       FORT MONMOUTH — The
   First Army Baseball Tournament
   gets under way at Fort Dix to-
                                                       15 MONTHS
   day, with five teams expected for
   the four-day classic which runs
   through Sunday.
                                                     NATIONWIDE!
       It will be a double elimination
   series which requires two losses
   by a team before dropping out o
   contention.
      This will be the 15th annual
   playoffs and Fort Devens at
   Ayer, Mass., .will be back to de-
   fend Its title won the past two
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  the leading contender as the host                                                                     WMtawaO $J •• m !            *MPOCMphlMdt.tonmdyimtUtn
  •quad has had a successful sea-
  son, posting over 30 victories
  •gainst only nine setbacks.
      Although It has been a disap-
  pointing campaign for Fort Mon-
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  for playing good ball in tourna-                  Agaimt road hazards        Against defects in mate- Nationwide service at Satisfaction guaranteed,
  ment competition. The Signalmen                   for the specified time,    rials.worlanarahiprbrlife all brandies. Over 525 Adjustments biased on
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      The other two squads entering
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  Jay and Fort Hamilton, both
  from the New York City area.
      During the season Dix won all
  four games played against Mon-
  mouth and both tilts with Fort
 Hamilton. Monmouth beat Hamil-
  ton in its only meeting. The
  Devens squad played a schedule
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                                                                                                    18                                                20
  Jay's slate was mainly In the met
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      The tournament history shows
                                                                                                                         630-M                                                   630-K
 Fort Dix the leader in posting
 seven championships, including
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 five in a row starting with the
  '50 series. Then Devens took the                                                                                  • Tough carcasses built to last
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 rebounded with championship
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      Fort Monmouth is the only other
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 '48, and '49, took the First Army
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 the start. This is the 12th year
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 another crown. The past three
 playoffs saw Monmouth finish '
 the runnerup spot.
      Drawings for tournament pla>
 were held late yesterday after- f
 noon.
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                                                                                                                                                  Trade Winds Beach Q
                                                                                                                                                  Gives 118 Swim Cards                                                    UN Berlin Jacobs Is
                                                                                                                                                         SEA BRIGHT - Trade Winds James Variaii, Robert           Varlan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Action Asked CD Speaker
                                                                                                                                                       Jeach Club awarded III Red Diana Welle, Gregory Wycoff, OTTAWA, (AP) - Lester B. LITTLE SILVER - Ronald
                                                                                                                                                            s swimming certificates in Martin Abel, Hobby Bartram, Pearson, winner or the 1937 Nobel Jacobs, Rumson, spoke at a civil
                                                                                                                                                       our categories to students in its Christine Conhagcn, Mary Daley, Peace Piiie, said yesterday he tense training program meet-
                                                                                                                                                      swimming classes this summer. Peggy Daley, Penny Dresser, believes the United Nations will ing at the Markham Place School
                                                                                                                                                         Kathie McCarthy waa the only Richard Fisher, Nancy Haven, perhaps be required to move into Tuesday,    uesday.
                                                                                                                                                      student to receive a Red Cross Robbie Heidt and Nancy Throck- Berlin,                                 in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The program was the first in a
                                                                                                                                                       wimmer certificate.                morton.                                "The danger of an accident course, in radiological Mining for
                                                                                                                                                         Intermediate cards went to a The following 59 youngsters Berlin is what frightens me," •"' protecthe         ion and survival during
                                                                                                                                                      dozen studenti. They included were awarded their basic swim said. "They were exchanging fire atomic attack.
                                                                                                                                                      Robert McCarthy, Robert Delap- mers ctrdi:                               Tuesday with water and tear Tuesday's meeting was led by
                                                                                                                                                      lain, Jane Edmunds, Marilyn Ed- Peter Abel, Fred Anton, Kathy gas."                                      Jay Berber, local CD director
                                                                                                                                                         unds, Emilie Farrell, Patty Barny, Nancy Brind, Cheryl Bus- Pearson, former president ° ( and William Kristjen, county CD
                                                                                                                                                         rimes, Brunce Gumbert, Jerry chauer, Kathleen Daley, Margot the United Nations, Is now leader coordinator for area 2.
                                                                                                                                                        erolamen, Dennis O'Connor, Farrington, and Zoe Farrington. of Canada's opposition party.
                                                                                                                                                         ebbie Russell, Pat Stewart and Mary Ann McCann, Kevin Mc-
                                                                                                                                                       .laureen Triolo.                   Carthy, Mary Reaves, Patty Rig- STOLEN CAR, RECOVERED          Safety Council
                                                                                                                                                         Another 46 youngsters received by, Jane Dresser, Nancy Fisch- SEA BRIGHT-A car
                                                                                                                                                                                          by,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    JS22 Meeting Called
                                                                                                                                                      beginners certificates, including er, Suian Fischer, Cynthia Hill, stolen in Matawan Township Sun-
                                                                                                                                                      Anne Barnett, Larry Boakay, Jan William Hill, Keith Jaquith, Jo- day morning, was recovered in LONG BRANCH - Mrs. George
                                                                                                                                                       Faust, Allan Hook, Walter Hook, seph Meloih, Abby Meltzer, Lin- the Swedish Hop parking lot. M. McAinsh, chairman, h u called
       ROGER. A N D OVER THE FENCE — Hera'i a closeup camera study by photog Frank Kuchirchuk of that Roger                                             eff Morton, Patricia Pryor, Jane da Ruoff and Cindy Sherman. Ocean Ave., Tuesday. The 1961
       M a r i i home run swing. Note the power, and the follow through. Maris is days ahead of Babe Ruth's pace.                                      itewart, Kathleen Brand, Jane Joan Throekmorton, Linda Bo- Chevrolet is owned by Gene Re- a meeting of the women's com-
                                                                                                                                                       itewart, Robbie Stillwagen, Chris- gatko, Richard Ehrenzeller, Tom- gan. 2 Spring St.; Keyport, police mittee of the Monmouth County
                                                                                                                                                         pher Triolo, Judy O'Neil, my Eisenhart, Joan Hasiler, Deb- said,                                      Safety Council for 1 p.m. Wedaes«

   More Homers on Road Than Buckson                                                                                                                     ames Farrell, lissa Yanko, We Kay, Mary Ellen Mack,-Nina                                               day in the auditorium of Mon-
                                                                                                                                                       'rank Fisher, Mary Fitzpatrlck, Rosenberg, Judith Anne Scott, nise Barton, Elist Broiderick, mouth Medical Center here. Point- 1
                                                                                                                                                        oyce Hannan, Thomas Hannan, June Simpklns, Richard West, Christine Conhagen, Richard Fis- ing to the rise in home accident
                              Runs Stable                                                                                                               arbara Horre, Ellen Lancaster, Robert S. Wymb, Marianne Bell, cher, Doug Meyer, Paula Morton, fatalities to 833 in New Jersey
     Home, Gripes Roger Maris At Freehold                                                                                              C--
                                                                                                                                                       )onna Lee Miller, Robert Miller, Mary Pat Faherty, John Fitzpat- Peter Policastro, Frank Fisher, in 1960—from 775 in 1959-she
                                                                                                                                                       Maureen Minogue, Steve New rick, Brian Gumbert, Carol Frank Brand, Patty Daley, Anna said women "are challenged to In-
                                                                                                                                                         tan, Pamela Anderson, Margot Hughes, and Mary Ann Hughes. Marie Mack, Frank Mack and creased concentration on the pre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               John Mack.                      vention of home accidents." The
        NEW YORK (AP) - Roger think I got my third homer until because "Chose pitchers are                         FREEHOLD - Now that ha no arrington, Larry Levy, Anna Jeff Jerolaman, Caren Jessup                                                          theme for September Is fire iife-
      Maria, a man of definite opinion, some time in June."                    changing up on me t lot more     longer,, is preoccupied with ,thi Aae Melosh, Gerry Rigby, Caro- Keith O'Connor, Jeanne L. Smith Instruction ws> given by Mrs ty education and fits prevention.
      teak tone today with those who The home runs, however, have now. I'm not getting many                     duties of assisting the No. 1 citi- yn Schwarz, Cindy Sherman, Nancy Staple, Robin Stout, De- Eva Dehnt.
      claim that Yankee Stadium, a soothed the pain somewhat.                  pitches over the piate. They're zen of Delaware, David Buckson
      paradise for left-handed hitlers, Maris' homer No. 54 was either outside or Inside. 1 is finally able to devote his full
     hat been exceptionally helpful in caught by teammate Bob Hale in really don't expect any down the time to harness racing.
' Ma dramatic bid to break Babe the Yankee bullpen. The reserve pipe. When one comes, I'm sur The former lieutenant governor
      RuoYa record.                      first baseman presented it to prised."
        "I agree Hurt this park has Roger for his collection.
     like myself," he oonceded, "but reached the 40's," Maris ex- 60.
                                                                                                                 of Delaware has taken full charge
                                                                                 Maris was asked what he in- of the Appoquinimink Stable and
      tot to help a left-handed hitter "I began saving them after I tended to write on home run No the results can be seen in th
                                                                                                                 current Freehold Raceway sea
                                                                                                                                                          ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FOR VOTERS
      I still think I'd have hit just as plained, '-^very nomer_Lhit "I'll let you know," he said son.                                                             Deadline for Registration for 1961 General Election Is Sept. 28, 1961
     many, or nearly as many, if after 40 I kept thinking might be dryly, "when and if I ever get Longtime director of the stable,
     were (till playing with Kans>« my last one so I figured I might that one."                                  Buckson had been forced to look
                                         as well save them."                     Did he think that precious for hired hands to train and drive                 For the convenience of these who are* unable to ragistar during the day for the purpose of voting In
        "Check my home runs and                 Date and Number               baseball, homer No. 60 and/or his stock in the past, though h                    the general election to ba held on Novambar 7, 1961, tha municipal elerki of all municipalities tn t h *
     yoo'I 8nd that I have hit more Maris writes the date and 61, would be made available to did dabble more than a wee bil
    home run* on the road than a', number on each* home run ball Mm?                                             In preparing the horses.                       county ef Monmeuth hava scheduled additional avsning periods. Unlait otherwise netad below, ragii-
    horn*. I don't know how many that la returned to him. He "I'm assuming, if I'm fortun- Buckson, incidentally, has a                                        tratiens will b t taken at tha municipal hall.
    I bit to other parks this year didn't know how many he had ate enough to hit that many, that fine reputation with the horsemen                                                                  ""                        GLENN L. SWADER,
    bat I know tact year I hit 26 or because he gave some of them they'H stop the game and try who say that Dave knows every-
    IT of ray SO on the road."           away to friends.                     to get it back from the stands. thing there is to be known about                                                                                Comminiener ef Registration                         .
                 Slama No. H                'No more." hei gaid. "From I'll even pay for it if I have to. training and driving. Buckson
                                         now on, I'm going to keep every But I want to make sure it's the trotted out to the starting gate                     ALLENHURST                                     Sept. 22-M-2S                                                         74 p.m.
       The records bear him out one of them."                                 real ball and not another one. with 37 charges last year and was
   Roger flammed No. 54 of the He oonceded they rnij?ht be It wouldn't mean anything if it able to send his supporters to the                                  AIXENTOWN                                      Sept. 22-28-28 (It Broad Street)                                      74 a.m.
   leaaon at Yankee Stadium harder to coma by from now on wasn't."                                                                                             ASBURY PARK                                    Sept. 22-2S-28                                                        74 p j a .
                                                                                                                pari-mutuel windows to collect on              ATLANTIC TOWNSHIP                              Sept. 22-28-28                                                        74 p.m.
   yesterday aa Whdtey Ford won                                                                                 15 occasions.                                  ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS                           , Sept 22-28-28                                                         74 p.m.
   bis 23rd widi a five-hit, S-0 deci-                                                                                                                         AVON                                           Sspt 22-28-28                                                         74 p.m.
   aton over Washington. The vic-
   tory increaaed the New York        Port Murray Meets Don's                                                      Besides making a successful
                                                                                                                Freehold campaign a full time
                                                                                                                job, Dave expects to easily top
                                                                                                                                                               BELMAR
                                                                                                                                                               BRADLEY BEACH .
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                                                                                                                                                                                                             S p 28-27-28
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   Yankee'! first piace lead over                                                                                                                              BRIELLE-                                      Sept.  22 (7-8 p.m.) 27-28                                            74 fan.
                                                                                                                his performance of 1960 because
   Detroit to eight game*.
       Maris'a homer, putting him     For Raritan Playoff Title                                                 three of the horses he. will steer
                                                                                                                own a faster time than Free-
                                                                                                                                                               DEAL
                                                                                                                                                               EATONTOWN
                                                                                                                                                               ENGUSHTOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sapt JUS
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sapt 22-28-28
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sept 28 (S-11 p.m.) 22-21
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   74 P A .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    74 pan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    74 pjn.
   •even gamea ahead of Ruth't
   pace when the Babe slammed RARITAN TOWNSHIP - A Shoppers pushed across their                                 hold'* official track rating of 2:06.          FAIR HAVEN                                    Sept   21-28-28                                                        74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               FARMINGDALE                                   Sapt 18-21                                                             74 p.m.
   N in 1937, was Rog's 26«h at familiar scene will be repeated only two markers off winning Vernon Dale, nine year-old chest                                 FREEHOLD BORO                                   Sapt n-M-H                         •                                  74 P.O.
  Yankee Stadium. The other 28 Saturday as Port Murray Dairies pitcher Bill Kansky in the fifth.                nut gelding and Roger Key, nine-
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sapt 28-27-28 (Hall ef Records)                               I a.m.4 p.m.
   have been hit in foreign fields. meets Don's Gulf for the Raritan Port Murray's "K" boys, Kansky year-old bay gelding, have clock                           FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP                             Sapt.  22-28-28                         ,                              74 p.m.
  Mickey Mantle, who walked Athletic                Association    softball and Frank Karlovich, paced their ings of 2:05 while Star Queen, a                  HIGHLANDS                                     Stpt 22-17-28                                                          74 p.m.
  twice but failed to hit any out championship.                              team's nine-hit attack with two    six year-old bay mare, has raced               HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP                              Sept 22-2* (Holmdel Elementary School, Hulct)                          74 p.m.
   of the park, has hit 29 of his 51 The two teams, which finished bingles apiece. Kansky blasted a a 2:06 mile.                                                                                             Sept 28 (Township Hall, Crawlords Corner)                              74 p.m.
   In enemy territory.                  first and second, respectively, in triple for the longest hit of the Others In the Buckson stable                      HOWELL TOWNSHIP                               Sept. 22 (Ramtown Fire House, RD Lakewood)                             74 p.m.
       Maris has hit three homers in the season standings, polished olf day.                                    available during the 50-day Free-                                                             Sept * (Southard First Aid, Kent Read)                                74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept 27 (Township Hall, Ardena)                                        74 p.m.
   September, one less than he hit their first round foes in easy Raritan Sweet Shop was never hold meeting are Grafton Han-                                                                                  Sept 28 (Freewood Acres Fir* House)                               ' 74 p.m.
   In the final month of the 1960 fashion last week-end. Port Mur- in the ball game against Don's. over, Pal Queen, Master Scotl                               INTERLAKEN                                     Sept 28                                      '                        74 p.m.
 - season. He's nude only five hits ray romped over Hazlet Sweet The winners scored four runs in and Galena Kid.                                               KEANSBURGa                                     Sept 21-22-28-28-27-28                                                74 p.m.
   la Ma teat 27 times at bat but Shop, 9-2, while Don's white- the first Inning as the first five                                                             KEYPORT                                        Sapt 2WS          . .        . i                                      74 P-m.
  be doesn't think he's In a slump. washed Raritan Sweet Shop, 5-0. men up reached base. Sweet Neptune Woman Held                                              LITTLE SILVER                                  Sept 2HC-2I                                                           74 p.m.
       "I know I'm not getting many A week previously. Port Mur Shop hurler Kenny Clark hit Ed On Narcotics Charge                                             LONG BRANCH                                    Sept 22-X-28                                  ,                       74 p.m.
  base Mis," he acknowledged, ray had edged Don's, 1-0, in a Rydell to start off the game, and                                                                 MANALAPAN TOWNSHIP                             Sept 22-28-28                                                         74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               MANASQUAN                                      Sept 22-28-28                                                         74 p.m.
   "But I don't call it a slump. playofHor first-pUct_Port_Mur- JimAFregalette followed with a RED BANK - A 21-year-oli                                        MARLBORO TOWNSHIP                              Sept 28 (MorganvUle First Aid Squad, OM Taanaat R»ad)                 84 p.m.
  I've hit some good balls in the last ray also won the regular season double-ftr left. After TonjrSasso Neptune woman was ordered held                                                                       Sapt. 27-28 (Clark's Home, Marlowe)                                   74 p.m.
1
   few days but they went right at crown last year, but Don's turned drew a pass to load the bases, pending grand jury action yester-                          MATAWAN BORO                                   Sapt 22-2W8                                                           74 p.m.
   somebody. I fed I've done my the tables in the playoffs. Early Joe Corrado cracked a single to day on charges of possession of                              MATAWAN TOWNSHIP                               Sapt. 1(                                                           1-12 Nooa
" Job when I've hit the ball on the this season, Don's walloped the          score two runs. A two base error marijuana and morphine.                                                                         Sept. 22-21-28                                                        74 p.m.
   nose. From there on, there's Dairymen, 15-1.                              on a fly" ball by Mike Glardello Mrs. Patricia Fiore, Corlies                    -MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP                            Stpt I (Belford Fir* House, Main Street)                              74 p.m.
   nothing I can do about it. I                                               brought across two more.          Ave., waived a preliminary hear-                                                              Sept II (Naveilnk Fire House)                                         74 p.m.
                                                 S P.M. Contest                                                                                                                                              Sept. 12 (Breveat * Leonardo Fife House, Center Ava., Leonardo) 74 p.m.
   can't guide in the bail.                                                     Clark settled down after that ing and was held in jail in lieu
                                           The championship contest is allowing only four more hits the of $5,000 bail set by Magistrate                                                                     Sapt It (Bayvlew School, LeonirdvUle Rd., Belford)                     74 p.m.
       "It gripes me when some guys                                                                                                                                                                          Sapt 14 (Port Monmouth School, Rt. U A Main St., Port Monmouth)
   say to me 'What's a home run slated for 5 p.m. Saturday at rest of the way. Don's tallied its John V. Crowell.                                                                                                                                                                               •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    74 p.m. {
   hitter like you doing hitting Beers St. field. In the event of final run in the sixth on an error Patrolmen Joseph Marascio                                                                                Sapt 15 (E. Keansbarg Flra House, Thompson Ava., E. Keanaburj)                     i
    .MO?' (Maris' actual batting rain, it will be played Sunday at a single by Sal Maizucco, and a a n d Herbert Swanson ap-                                                                                                                                                        74 p.m. •
    average is .266). Those guys 11 a.m.                                      sacrifice fly by John Wilkens, prehended Mrs. Fiore after they                                                                  Sept. 18 (Uncroft School, Newman Springs Road, Llncroft)              74 p.m.
    are Juat plain idiots.                 Port Murray scored early and Meanwhile, Sasso breezed along. observed her Monday in a bat                                                                          Sept II (River Plaza School, Nutswamp Rd., River Plaia)               74 p.m.
        "Sure, I'd like to have a high often to overpower third place He struck out 12 and permitted near the railroad station here.                                                                          Sept 21 (Falrvlew School, Cooper Rd., off Rt. JS)                     74 p.m..
    average but what can T do about Hailet Sweet Shop. Helped along only five base runners on four When taken to headquarters for                                                                             Sept 21 (Middletown Twp. Fir* Co. No. 1, St. Hwy. IS, Middletown)                (
     It? It's been a real battle for by some glaring defensive lapses singles and a walk. The losers questioning, her purse was foun                                                                                                                                                74 p.m.
     me all year. I started out bad on the part of the losers, the threatened only once when Vince to contain a quantity of a sub-                                                                           Sept. 22 (Middletown Twp. High School, Tlndall Rd., Middletown)
     in spring training and (or the Dairymen tallied three times in Horan and Clark singled in sue stance believed to be marijuana,                                                                                                                                                 74 p.m.
     first, five weeks of the season, the second and twice each in the cession with one out in the sixth several hand-made cigarettes am                                                                      Sept 2S (Harmony School, Harmony * Murphy Rds., E. Keanaburg)                    ,
     I didn't hit my weight. I don't fourth, fifth and sixth. The Sweet                                                                                                                                                                                                             74 p,m.'
                                                                                       Rained Out Game          three 1.5-c.c'. syrettes of mor-                                                              Sapt 28 (Eiecutlva Offlea Bids., Twp. of Middlttown, Kings Hwy.)                [
                                                                                In a makeup of a rained out phine tartrate, police said.                                                                                                                                            74 p.m.;
                                                                              game, Shore Point Inn gained a       Subsequently, she was arrested                                                            Sept 27 (Executive Offlea Bids.., Twp. at Middlttewa, Kings Hwy.)
                                                                              one-third share of fifth place in and committed to the county jail                                                                                                                                    74 p.m.;
                      DAKS slacks                                             the final standings by downing pending her hearing yesterday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept 28 (Encuthra Offlea Bldg., Twp. at Middlttown, Kings Hwy.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                j
                                                                              Floyd's Bar, 4-1 Shore Point
                           29.95                                              closed out its season with three       ENTERS UNIVERSITY                         MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                               MONMOUTH BEACH
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Stpt. 21-22-28-28 (Clark's Horn*, R t 124, Clarksburg)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept. 28                    -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    74 pjn.
                                                                              straight victories While Floyd's UNION BEACH — Stephen E.                        NEPTUNE CITY                                  Stpt. 22-27-21                                                        74 p.m.
                                                                              dropped four in a row to end up Reznak, son of Mr. and Mrs,                      NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP                              Stpt 27-28                                                            74 p.m.
                                                                              in eighth place.                  Stephen W. Reznak, Brook Ave.,                                                            1
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept. 21 (Sportmen's Club, B u f s Are.)                              74 p.m.
                                                                                                                left last week to enter Creighton              NEW SHREWSBURY                                Sept. 21                                                          11-12 Noon
                                                        MIH'I                   Most of the scoring took place
                                                                              In the first frame, Shore Point University School of Medicine,                                                                 Stpt. 2S-2M7-28                                                       74 p.m.
                                                      AMARU.
                                                                                                                                                               OCEAN TOWNSHIP                                Sept. 2S-28-28                                                        74 p.m.         \
                                                                              putting across two runs and Omaha, Neb. Mr. Reznak is a                          OCEANPORT                                     Sept   21-28-28                                                        74 p.m.
                                                                             FJoydls all-three of its tallies.  graduate of Red Bank Catholi
                                                                                                                                                                                                         - S t p t ll-M                "                                       1802 N89B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 2
                                                                              After the first, Ron Beiber al- High and Seton Hall University,                  RARITAN TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept 28-22-25-JM7-M                                                   74 pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ' 7 4 p.m.
                                                                              lowed but three runners to reach                                                 RED BANK                                      Stpt 2M8-28                                                            74 p.m.
                                                                              base. Four of Floyd's six hits EXTEND BEACH SEASON                               ROOSEVELT                                     Stpt 22-28-28 (Clark's Home, 22 Fans Last)                             74 p.m.
                                                                              came In the first inning. Bieber's LONG BRANCH — City Man-                       RUMSON                                        Sapt 2M848                                                             74 £ m .
                                                                             teammates tied the game in third ager Richard Bowcn announced                     SEA BRIGHT                                    Stpt 22-28-28                                                          74 p.m.
                                                                              and won it in the fourth on three yesterday that the Morris Ave.                 SEA GIRT                                      Stpt. 28                                                               84 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               SHREWSBURY BORO                               Sept IHI                          ,                            |:t«,l> Nooa
                                                                             consecutive singles. George Volpe and West End beaches will re-
                                                                              and George Malgady led the win-main open to Oct. 15.                                                                           Stpt. 27-28                                                            74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP                        I Sept 22-2M8 (Community Hall Bldg., Crawford S t )                      74 p.m.
                                                                              ner's offensive with two hits each Lifeguards will be on duty.                   SOUTH BELMAR                                  Sept. 22-28-M                                                          7.1 p.m.
                                                                              with Malgady's second hit ac- |There will be no charge to the                    SPRING LAKE                                   Stpt. 27-28                                                       7:114 p.m.
                                                                            I countinKforthe winning marker. public, he said.                                  SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS                           Stpt. 27-28                                                       7:3t4 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               UNION BEACH ?                                 Stpt. 22-28-27-28                                                      74 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                               UPPER FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP                       Stpt. 22-2<-2S (Clerk's Home)                                         74 p.m.
                                                                                 THERE'S A JOB WAITING                                                         VILLAGE OF LOCH ARBOUR
                                                                                                                                                               WALL TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sept. 2*28-28
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Stpt. I (Gltndola Fir* House, Belmar Blvd., No. of Allenwood Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    7.* p . m .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    7-9 p.m.
                                                                                        FOR YOU!                                                                                                             Sapt II (So. Wall Flra Hoaue, Atlantic Ave., E. of Rt. S4)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Sapt. II (W. Belmar Fire Horn*, Hwy. 71, No. of Woodland Ave.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   7-1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 7-f D.ltta
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sapt IS (Wall Twp. Municipal Bldg., Municipal Court)                   74   p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sapt X {Wall Twp. Mualdpal Bldg., Municipal Court                      74   p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sapt 28 (Wan Twp. MunletpeJ Bldg., Municipal Court)                    74   p.m.
                                                                                  • • • in the fast growing, money
                                                                                                                                                          WEST LONG BRANCH                                Sapt »                                                                 74   p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          5t » • »                                                            1:1*4   p.m.
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     NOTICE TO MONMOUTH       Norict hi hereby given that pursuant to Seerion 19:11-15 of the New Jersey revised statutes; and by virtue of the authority and duties conferred
                              and imposed upon me by law, the following perions have, after due investigation, been found t» be ineligible to vote, in that these persons do
                              not live at the address from which they were registered, and they will not be qualified to vote in the General election on November 7, 1961.
                              Persons affected by this action may change their residence address to qualify to vote in the General election on November 7, 1961, by signing a
                              CHANGE OF RESIDENCE NOTICE on or before September 28, 1961. at the office of the Commissioner of Registration. Hall of Records, Freehold,                                                                                                                                                             *        • !




                              New Jersey, or at the office of the clerk in the municipality in which they live, also by letter or card addressed to the Commissioner of Registra-
                              tion, Hall of Records, Freehold, indicating previous and present address and signed by voter, using full name.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     GLENN L. SWADER
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Commissioner of Registration and Superintendent of Elections

             ALLENHURST BOROUGH            Detl Esplanade; White, Edwird, 541 River Rd,; Tibbs, Emma Ridge Rd., Harlet; laderoia, Jos- Jchw PI.; Miele, Vincent, 45 Flyod Jr., 16 W. Front St.; Her-                                                             St.; Sarrapere, Daniel, Forrest Mrs., Lakeside Av«., MftMak:
          Beverage, John R , 223 Cedar 45 Jerome Ave.; Zwain, Ralph, 98 Mri., 74 Cedar Ave.                                                   eph, Beers Rd., Box 121-C, RD 1.Hwy. 36; Pedoae, Rita V. Mrs.,                   nandez, Flor, 100 W. Front St. Ave.; Sarrapere, Hilda, Forest Swan, William W., Lakeside Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Navesink; Thorns, Herbert G.,
       Ave.; Cuserly, Kathleen Mrs., Darlington Rd.; Zwain, Rosalie                                    HIGHLANDS BOROUGH                      Keyport; Mannino, Salvatore, 69 Church St.; Preston, Anna J. Perina, John, 100 W. Front St. Ave., Zelwak, Alta Mrs., 94 Ra-                            Locust Pt. Rd., Locust; Thorns,
      IW'/4 Hume St.; Chafey, George Mrs., in Darlington Rd..                                                                                 Laurel Ave., Box 198, Keyport; Mrs., 33 Lohsen Ave.; Stanko, Posack, Coster, 57 W. Front St.; vine Dr.                                                 Nancy Mrs., Locust Pt, Rd., Lo-
       W\. 515 Main St.; Conway, Helene        EATONTOWN BOROUGH                                                    District 1                Mannino, Shirley M. Mrs.. Laurel Andrew M., 88 Church St.; Trigg, Rodrigues, Ramont, 100 W. Front                            MATAWAN TWP.
                                                                                                    Anhalt.Rose Miss, 30 Navesink Ave., Box 198, Keyport; Maurer, William, 12 Mason PI., and Web- St.; Schanck, Roelof S., 154 Ma                                              District              cust; Watkins, Frances Miss, 171
       S. Mils, 405 Spier Ave.; Folci,                           District 1
       Ren»t» Mrs., 311 Main St.; Hager- Bunnell, Charlotte Mrs., 134                             Ave.; Baumann, George W. 49D i a n e M r s . , 39 Chestnut Ridge ber, Jane Miss, 83 Church St.                               pie PI.; Solivan, Miguel, 110 W. Barr, Alice C. Mrs., NewjChapel Hill Rd AU. Highlands;
      man, Alfred H., 314 Hume St.; Broad St.; Bunnell, Walter, 134 So. Bay Ave.; Blake. Elizabeth Rd., Hazlet; Maurer, Robert M.,                                                                 DMrlct 4                    Front St.; Spalding, Arthur Wm., runswick         Ave.; Brautigam, ^"'ams, _ Thec^ore G., Mon-
       Hagerty, George V., 511 Cedar Broad St.; Edwardsen, Peter J.,                              C. Mrs., 30 Navesink Ave.; Bow- 39 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Hazlet; Best, William C,                                       Forest 19 Main St.; Spalding, Diana Ernest H., 8 Sixth St.; Clifton.'™ 0 "" 1 <*™- Navesink: Zilgprtki.
      Ave.; HammelT, Faith L. Mrs., Main St.; Fary, Helen E. Mrs.,man, Dorothy Mrs., 46 So. Bay
                                           25                                                                                                 Mayejczyk, Hilda C. Mrs.. Hwy.Ave.; Bitz, Daniel, 77 Beacon- Mrs., 69 Main St.; Unger, Charles William J., ChurcK St.: Dorsey.[Edward, Swan Ave. Locust, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       0    1
                                                                                                          Bowman. Stanley A., 46 So,
      307U Hume St.; Heard. Ethelyn 1 Broad St.. Boro Hall; Gon- Ave.;Ave.; Branin, Zacharia L., 35, PO Box 21, Keyport; McPhee, light Ave.; Bowman, Joseph ML, Julian, 202 Broad St.; Watkins, James Lee, Price or Water St.;/^ ™. ". Virginia Mri., Swan
                                                                                                  Bay
       B. Mr).. 321 Main St.; Heard, zalez, Juan, 17 Broad St.; Hoff- Valley Ave.; Cooney, Anna Mrs.,Anne Heather Miss, Holmdel Rd., 54 Johnson Lane; Bryce, David Joseph, 100 W. Front St.; Wor-                                                                 Grant, Clifford A., VanBrakle!Ave-.
                                           man, Stephen A., 124 Broad St.;                                                                    PO Box 4, Holmdel; McPhee, A., 21 Lakewood Ave.; Bryce, lock, Milton J. Sr., 32 Broad St., Rd, Grant, Constance C. Mrs.,|                                             District t
       Frederick W., 321 Main St.; Hef-                                                           44 So. Bay Ave.; Craig Harry, 30                                                                                                                                                                             , Clara Mrs., 11 Compton
      fermu, Elizabeth Ann Miss, 211Johnson, Evelyn A. Miss, 41 Navesink Ave.; Creighton. Sarah Ethel Mrs., Holmdel-Keyport Rd., Selina Mrs., 21 Lakewood Ave.; and Young, Joan D. Mrs., 28                                                                       VanBrackle Rd.; Hanon, John, 17j             •              - _ . - „
       Allen Ave.; Hennessey, John L., Broad St.; Johnson, Samuel, 95 Ann Miss, 35 Portland Rd.; De-                                          RD, Matawan; Siano, Mary Miss, Caviedes, Marie Mrs.. 18 Grove Broad St.                                                                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lower Main St.: Miller, Charles,' f -. Belford; Dapretto Enrico, »7
      405 Spier Ave.; Karagias, Mary       Main St.; Michallef, Stella Mrs.,                                                                  Hwy. 35 Box 304, RD 1, Keyport. PI.; Guthrie, Edward J., 94 Shore                         LITTLE SILVER                                                    lm er    st
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  38 Lower Main St.; Miller, Grace P? . _ - ' „ BeJ'ord: e f D t 1 V 1 ''
                                                                                                  Lade, Frank E,, 41 So, Bay Ave.;
      Mrs., 192 Page Ave.; Madigan, 16 Lake Ave.; Moore, Agnes D. DeLade, Irma Mrs., 41 So. Bay                                                           INTERLAKEN
                                                                                                                                                                                     Blvd.; Guthrie, Grace Mrs., 94                        District 1             Mrs., 38 Lower Main St.; Piper- Charles T 258 Church S t . Bel-
      Harold J, Jr., 313 Corlies Ave.; Mrs., 3 Schuber PI.; Moore. Alan, Ave.; Dooley, Edward J., Port                                                                               Shore Blvd.; Hackett, Joseph Bush, Richard A., 5 Carlisle no. Michael V., 201 Lower Main1 ford; Fischer.Ernest A., 86 Hwy.
                                           3 Schuber PI.; Richards, Stanley
      Madigan, Nora A. Miss, 313 Cor- 41 Throckmorton Ave.; San-                                                                                  Adams, Alice Elaine Misi, 307 Robert, 29 Park Ave.; Holland, Ter.; Cook, Rose M. Mrs., 622 • Rovster Dorothv Mrs 9436> Belford; Giarrusso, Geraldme
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  St
                                           E.,
       lies Ave.; Mandeville, Ernest W., tos, Francisco, 19 Broad St.; San- land Rd.; Eldridge, Rowland, 53|Windermere Ave.; Cash, Joseph, Albertina Mrs., 85 Forest Ave.; Prospect Ave., (c/o C. R. Wal-                                                         Highfield S t ; S?oeckel, Francis! Mrs - 300 Main St., Belford; CH.r,
       200 Corlies Ave.: Mandeville, tasJLydia A. Mrs., 19 Broad St.;                             Valley St.; Fehlhaber, Henry M.,'310 Windermere Ave.; Duval, Kindt,-John T., 27 Orchard St:; ling, Jr.); Copeland,-Betty E. J., 36 Lake Blvd.; Stoeckel, Mil- russo Joseph, 300 Mam S t . Bel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Greene, ' " — W., a * Cen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ford; n'""' James w i 188r*""
      Grace M. Mrs., 200 Corlies Ave.; Schaible, John A., 27S Broad St.; 81 Bay Ave.; Fehlhaber, VirginiaiJames G. Jr., 704 Bendermere Kindt, Mae Mrs., 27 Orchard Mrs., 66 Parker Ave.; Copeland, dred Mrs., Box 232, Lake Blvd.; '""^ Ave., Belford; Hickman,                                      ter
      Merrill John F., 108 Corlies Ave., Schaible, Dolly Mrs., 275 Broad Mrs., 81 Bay Ave.; Gordon, Ave.; Edelson, Paul, 305 Bender- St.; Kirk, Mary Miss. 170 Shore Royal S.. 66 Parker Ave.; Dube, Terry, Dolores Mrs., 117 Atlantic Winifred Mrs., 65 Morris Ave.,
      and Tilton, Louise Mrs., 505 Cedar St.; Terrio, Margaret Mrs., 15                           James A., 30 Navesink Ave.; mere Ave.; Hatton, James R., 210Blvd.; Koehler, Arleen Frances Lillian Mrs., 20 S. Sunnycrest Ave, Thomas, Joseph B., Har-
      Ave.                                                                                        Johnson, Dorothy Miss, Portland Buttermere Ave.; Hatton, Rita Mrs., 31 Johnson Lane; Kram- Dr.; George, Margarita F. Mrs.,
                                           Whitt St.; Torrey, Aida Cruz Rd. and Highland Ave.; Kitchell, Mrs.,                                                                                                                                                    rison Ave, Thomas, Rose Mrs., Belford; Hodson, Donald, 294
                                                                                                                                                         210 Buttermere Ave.; pert, William, 99 Forest Ave.; 164 Riverview Ave.; George, Harrison Ave.; Vogel, Kenneth, East End Ave., Belford; Hodson,
               ATLANTIC TOWNSHIP           Mrs., 17 Broad St.; Townshend, Betty R. Miss, 44 So. Bay Ave.;                                     Hughes, Thomas J., 203 Grass- Lucas, Robert, 18 Seawood Ave.; Thomas D., 164 Riverview Ave.; Mathlason PL; Wherry. Ellen Evelyn Mrs., 294 East End Ave..
          Cicaleie, Stella V. Mrs., Heyers Doris A. Mrs., 20 Elizabeth Park- Knodell, Florence Miss, 58 Bay                                   mere Ave.; Kaplan. Judson, 70S McNaUy, Francis A.. 75 Park Gill, Thomas P.. 34 Parker Ave.; Mrs., 33 Lower Main St., and                               Beltord;      Johnson,     Jaoquclyn
      Mill Rd., RD 1. Coltt Neck; New-way; Zywan, Pauline Mrs., 105                               Ave.; LaRock, Natalie N., 159               Bendermere Ave.; Kaplan, Naomi Ave.: McNaiUy, Josephine Mrs., Gill, Constance Mrs., 34 Parker Williams, Virginia Mrs., I l l High- Mrs., 153 Seventh S t , Belford;
      bold, Jane H. Miss, Freehold- Broad St.                                                     Navesink Ave.; Lawrence, Ed- E. Mrs., 708 Bendermere Ave.; Paifc Ave.; Nelson, Margaret Ave.; Greenwood, Ashley H., 81
                                                                                                                                                                                     75                                                                                     ,                        Jones, May Miss, Compton Sf:,'
    'Eatontown Rd., Colts Neck; Polk,                                                             gar Harcourt, 119 Portland Rd.; Kneeland, Alice E. Mrs,. 611 Mrs,, 46 Main St.; O'Brien, N. Sunnycrest Dr.; Greenwood, field Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                     M.                                                                                                              Bellord; Kotza, June E. Mrs., 125
      Leroy, 333 Boundary Rd., Colts                            District t                        Loihle, William R., Jr., 6 BayFernmere Ave.; Loehr, Marie Richard J., 214 Main St.; Pniden,                                                                                  District I            8th St., Belford; Kotza, Walter
      Neck; Reynolds, Myra W. Mrs., Burns, Robert P., 46 Lewis St.; Ave.; Maher, Constance Mrs,, 53 Mrs., 726 Brindlemere Ave.; Charles F., 19 Forest Ave. Loretta P. Mrs., 81 N. Sunnycrest Barbir, John, Center St.: Bro- 125 8th St., Belford; Msgee,                                             C,
       County Rd.. West-Star Rt., Free- Miller. Moxie W., 39 Lewis St.; Valley St.; Matthews, Robert An-jMamula, Miles B., 514 Butter- (Rear); Praden, Norma C. Mrs., Dr.; Lanier, Rose Mary Mrs., 441 die. Julia Mrs., 21 Delaware Clarence, 457 Main St., Beltord;
      hold; Woodruff, Robert C . Stone- Pollifrone, James S., 89 High St.; drew, 71 Bay Ave. (rear); Morris,jmere Ave.; Mamula, Roberta Y. 19 Forest Ave.: Silvestoi, Angelo Branch Ave.; Lucas, John J., 149                                                     Ave.; Brodie, Nedham, 21 Dela- McAleer, John, 300 Hollis Dr.
       hill Rd., RD 1, Colts Neck.         Polifrone, Maude M. Mrs., 89                                                                                                                                                        N. Sunnycrest Dr.; Mumford,
                                                                                                  Joseph, 39 Navesink Ave.; Me-!Mrs. 514 Buttermere Ave.; Mc-                                                                                                     ware Ave.; Delia Pietro, Anna West, Belford; Olsen, Audrey
      ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS BORO High St.; Qualles. Whilma J. Cann, Thomas A., 30 Navesink!Lain, Faye H. Mrs., 40 Wicka A., 161 Shore Blvd.; Small, Clara Marian Mrs., 41 Little Silver Mrs., Gulden St.; Deverin, Mary Mrs., 356 Hwy. 36, Belford; Phil-
                                           Mrs., 218-B South St.; Sholly, Ave.; McDermott, Michael, 30 pecko Dr.; Newbury, Lee W., 310                                               I. Mrs., 3 Briarwood Ave., and            Pkwy.; Mumford, Richard W., 41
                     District 1                                                                                                                                                      Warren, Thomas, 61 Lakewood Little Silver Pkwy.; McAuliffe, Mrs., Myrtle St.; Dillon, Roberta lips, Marguerite L. Miss, 86
          Bell, Lelia Mrs., 379 Ocean Eileen M. Mrs., 74 Tinton Ave.; Navesink Ave.; Notto, Carmelo Windermere Ave.; Palughi, Rose Ave.                                                                                        Mary Mrs., 441 Branch Ave.; L. Mrs., 5 Ferndale PI.; Fahey, Union Ave., Belford; Richardson,
                                           Stochl, Charles, 95 Tinton Ave.; Eugene, 24 Bay Ave.; Null, Eliza- Mrs., 726 Bridlemere Ave.; Rice,
      Blvd.; Borsky, Lucille M. Mrs.,
                                           Stochl, Lena Mrs., 95 Tinton Ave.; beth Mrs., 71 Bay Ave.; Ouel- Justine M. Miss, 721 Raymere                                                           Districts                   McClay. Howard, 61 Ocesnport Bart J., 13 Ferndale PL; Fahey, William C, 117 Thomaf S t , Bel-
       105 Ocean Blvd.; Byrd, Edwina A.                                                                                                                                                 BeHezza, Catherine Mrs, 320            Ave.; McClay, Yvonne G. Mrs.,      Jacqueline Mrs., 13 Ferndale PI.', ford; Rotsma, Lillian Mrs., 76
      Mrs., 62 Ocean Blvd.; Byrd, Ross Tilton. Ruth Mrs., 112 Main St.; lette, Henry N., 100 Navesink Ave.; Warner, George H., Jr., 15                                               Main St.; Bellezza, Sylvester An- 61 Oceanport Ave.; Shofner, Rob-Haley, John F., 42 Prospect 9th St., Belford; Vitelli. Michael,
      L., O Ocean Blvd.; Counce, SUrr Truswell, Floyd B., 164 South St.; Ave.; Qualeyr Edward. 3 Nave- Westra St.; Young, Lena C. MM., thony, 320 Main St.; Beyer, Anna ert B., 284 Willow Dr.; Skidmore, Ave.; Hayden, Michael P., 54 W.350 East End Ave., Belford! Wal-
      R Mr«., 5 E. Highland Aye.; Walsh, Emily T. Mrs.. 32 Tinton sink Ave.; Quinn, Donald, 96 514 Buttermere Ave.                                                                   Mrs., 304 Main St.; Brakefield, Norman E., 21 S. Sunnycrest Dr.; Prospect Ave.; Hooyman, Henry, ling, June I. Mrs., 156 Ridge
      Counce, Elmer Ray, 5 E. High- Ave.                                                          Highland Ave.; Rowley, Edna
                                                                                                                                                        KEANSBURG BORO               Osma L., 7 Sunset Ave.: Cum-              Skidmore, Sylvia F. Mrs., 21 S. Salem PI.; Hooyman, Marie Ave., Belford; Walling, Ralph G.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8
                                                                 District t                       Mrs,. 88^ Portland Rd.; Rowley,
      land Ave.; Despreaux. Shirley M.
                                                                                                  Richard, 88'/j Portland Rd.;                              District 1               mings. Bertha D. Mrs., 28 Willis Sunnycrest Dr.; Sturm, Virginia Mrs., 8 Salem PL; Hourihan, 156 Ridge Ave., Belfordii Zabotka,
      Mrs., 31 Second Ave.; Heerwagen, Albertson, Anna M. Mrs., 354                                                                                                                  Ave.: Cummings, Charles, 28 L. Mrs., 35 Birch Ave., and Wor- Kevin F., Matawan Ave.; John- Daniel, 150 Coyne PL. Belford,
      Herman, 61 First Ave.; Jacobsen, Broad St.; Bailey, Barbara Mrs., Schmedes, Edith C. Miss, 34 Bay Asmar, Frieda M. Miss, 19 Willis Ave.; Deecken, George, 51 ley, Helen W. Mrs., 105 Willow son, Richard, 25 Raritan St.; Kel-                                                                 and Zabotka, Joan Mrs., 150
      Alice S. Mrs., 23 Hooper Ave.;       Hwy. 35. Bud's Mobile Homes; Ave.; Sekerzicky, Annelte Mrs., Maple Ave.; Barker, Ida D. Mrs.,                                                                                                                          ler, Elsie Mrs., Cliffwood Ave.; Coyne PL, Belford.
      Jacobsen, Theodore L., 23 Hooper Caughman, Joyce L. Mrs., 366 81 Bay Ave, Sekerzicky, Joseph, 182 Seeley Ave.; Barker, Joseph, Willis Ave.; Hand, Blaine R. Ave.                               1                                                            Kelly, Michael P., Aberdeen Rd.;                   District 4
                                                                                                                                                                                     Mrs., 1 Willis PI.; Hand, Joseph,                     District J
      Ave.; Jensen, Jan C , 16 Eyrie Pine St.; Corradino, Charles A. 81 Bay                                               Towers, Esther 182 Seeley Ave.; Branson, Charles 1 Willis Ave.; Johivson, Robert                                                        Krutzsch, Ernest M., 15 Fern- Arnold, Alice Joan Mrs., 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Coleman, Cathleen R. Mrs., 61
      Rd.; Keller, Joseph R., 22 Pros Jr., 2 Meadowbrook Ave.; Cor-                                                                                ,-I lnc0 k 5 | u c
                                                                                                  Mrs.. Bay St.; Waters, Robertj Sr1 2 ?L C r e ?ln C td ; B u c ,kk eevv - JPoih" L., 47 Frazee PI.; Lovett, Charles Woodbine Ave.; Johnstan, Fran- dale PI.; Krutzsch, Harriet J., Brevent Ave., Leonardo; Arnold,
      nect Ave •' Knutson, Mildred radlno, Lucille J. Mrs., 2 Meadow M., Jr., 24 Bay Ave., Apt. 9; I? ' *¥ . 1                                                      -    ,    - , n                                                                                15 Ferndale PI.; Kudrick, Judeth Royce R., 1 Brevent Ave., Leo-
      Mrs., 102 Mount Ave.; Lazaridis, h r n " w Ave.; '•-—•«''» "'<" Waters, Ronald E., 75 Miller St.; C, 8 Lincoln Ct.; Buckley, Mar- William, 17 Garden St.; Quirk, cis P., 29 Crest Dr.; Johnston, C. Mrs., Amboy Rd., Gibson nardo; Bongort, Carl, 52 Leonard
                                           brooks *"- • Goodwin. Helen
                                                                                                                                                 aret Miss, 8 Lincoln Ct.; Car-      Lucille S. Mrs., 1 Willis PI.; Nadine Mrs., 29 Crest Dr.; Ken-
      Anna Mrs., 5 Prospect Ave.; Mil- Mrs., Circle Tr. Ct., Lot 42; Good- Weld, Orniede, Miss 53 Valley                                                                              SchmuUing, Gussie Mrs., 32 Port                                              Apt.; Laino, John A., 2 River- Ave., Leonardo; Campagnoli,
     ler, Margaret Mrs.. 12 Eyrie Rd.; win, John G., Circle Tr. Ct.; Hart- St.; Wells, Edna L. Mrs., 58 Bay erry, Helen Mrs., 311 Carr Ave, Monmouth Rd.; Taylor, Robert, yon, Eleanor G. Mrs., 327 Branch dale Dr.; Laino, Winifred M. Robert C, Leonardville Rd., At-
      Mo'sko Paul Jr., 32 E. Highland man. Catherine A. Mrs., Hart- Ave.; Wolly. Paul. 53 Valley St.: Demgard, Flora Mrs. 6 Braden                                                                                              Ave.; Lawrence, William J., 49 Mrs., 2 Riverdale Dr.; Lancaster.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lantic Highlands;         Capenegrn,
      Ave.: Mosko, Robert P., 32 E. man's M " K 1 " "•"' K- T ~ " Zeidell, Benjamin Ernest, Sr., 7
                                           •"•"'• Mobile, Hwy. 35; Loux,
                                                                                                                                                                                      51
                                                                                                                                              PL; DiGennaro, Delia Mrs. 72 Willis Ave.. and Ward, Tom- Standish Rd.; Merrill, William
                                                                                                                                              Creek Rd.; Dixon, Helen Mrs., 49 mie Dale, 29 Hancock St.                                                            Desma B. Mrs., Third Ave.; Lew- James, 9 Washington Ave., Leo-
     Highlands Ave.; McLaughlin, Kathryn Mrs., 30 Kremer Ave.; So. Peak St.                                                                                                                                                     F., 67 Woodbine Ave.; Rich, Mil- is, Fred D., Arlington Ave., Box
                                                                                                                                              Maple A v e , Dixon, Richard D.                                                   dred Mrs.. 17 Fox Hill Dr.: Rob-                                      nardo; Corbitt. Julia Mrs., Ave.
      Henrietta P., 40 First Ave.; Loux, Silverster. 30 Kremer Ave.;                                                 District 2                                                                KEYPORT BORO                                                        265; Murphy, John, Clitfwood
     Nieves, Franciso, 376 Ocean Macpherson, Isabel S. Mrs., Van's Adkins, Elmer J., 51 Fifth St, 41 Maple A v e , English, Frank L.
                                                                                                                                              49 Maple A v e , Downey, Charles                                                  son, Myrtle R. Mrs., 319 Branch Ave.; Newman, Philip Jr., Coun- D, Box 63, Atlantic Highlands;
                                                                                                                                                                                                   District 1                   Ave.; Robson, Robert W., 319 Rd. Box 397; Pittman, Miriam Davis, Shirlene Mrs., 77 Powell
      Blvd.; Peconze, Irving P., 62                                                                                                             170 Creek R d , English. Jessie Bauman, Clement A., 157 Wash- Branch Ave.; Sanford, Edgar J., ty                                                      Ave., Atlantic Highlands; Davis,
     Ocean Blvd.; Pender, Jack, 292                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mrs., County Rd.: Pittman, Na- Walter J.( 77 Powell
     Ocean Blvd.; Pender, Beatrice Lot 420; Marshall, Jeannine C. G., 72 Fourth St.;:-' r l ? ™ ,                                •            Mrs                                     ington St.; Bauman,
                                                                                                                                                    -.' m C r e e k R d -: Erickson, Mrs.. 157 Washington Martha C. 49 Woodbine Ave., and Sanford, thaniel, County Rd.; Pizzi, Al lantic Highlands; Diaz, Ave., At-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   St.; Beblo, Evelyn Mrs., 49 Woodbine Ave.                                                                      Mathilda
     Mrs., 292 Ocean Blvd.; Reid, Rob- Mrs., Van's Tr. Ct... Lot 420; Rog-                                                                    Marie Helga Miss, 79 Maple Ave.;                                                                                      fred R.. Cliffwood Ave.; Pizzi, Mrs., 259 First Ave., Atlantic
                                                                                                  Charles, 49 Shrewsbury Ave, De-                                                     Andrew M., 252 Broadway; Camp-                        District 1
      ert.A-.JH. Ocean Blvd.; Reilty, e n . RobertA. Vrtt. T r . P a rk\ Mars, Paul V., 55 Shrewsbury Farrell, Eugene, 71 Lincoln Ct.; bell, Elizabeth Mrs., 2 Chinga                                                                                              Carmella Miss, Cliffwood Ave.; Highlands; DiCarlo, Paul J,, 30
     Philip,'79 First Ave.; Rots, Roi Lot 235, Nept. Hwy, JStultz,                                                                             Farrell, Joan P. Mrs. 71 Lincoln                                                   Farro, Ronald, 22 Lippincotl
                                                                                               1            Desbien, Cora Mrs.,                                                       rora Ave.; DiGiambattista. Vi- Rd., and Risby, Curtis Elizabeth Pope, William G., Center St.; Hamilton Ave., Leonardo; Di
      ert B., 8 Hillside Rd.; Schena, Nancy A. Mrs.,- g Parker Rd.; Fourth                                       .          „            , ..                                        tale, 87 Chingarora Ave.; East- Miss, 655 Prospect Ave.                       Raymond, Clinton E., Hwy. 35 &     Carlo, Rose B. Mrs., 30 Hamilton
     Jo»eph, 12 E. Highlands A             Stultz. Robert R., 8 Parker Rd.; Cedar St.; Foster. Carmen, 56                                                                            mond, Lila M. Mrs., 67 Washing-                                               Pospect Ave.; Richardson, El- Ave., Leonardo; Dyer, Raymond
      Snyder. Judith Mrs., 47 Mount " " '  Wnite ~                    C. Mrs., Box 581,                                                       Lincoln C t , Fox, Mary A. Mrs.,                                                              District 4
                                                                                                  Cornwell St.; Hurden, Regina 64 Washington Ave, Fox. Thomas ton St.; Esposito, Alfonso, 48 Belnap, Mary Lamb Miss, nora Mrs., Third Ave.; Smith,                                                    W., 54 Belleview Ave., RFD, At-
    'Ave, Taylor, Marjorie Mrs.. 41 »«• 35.                                                       Mrs,. 214 Bay Ave, Jackson, J., 64 Washington A v e , Frusetti, Chandler Ave.; Esposito, Theresa Kings Rd.; Bennett, Rae Mrs.,                                   Harvey Q., 32 W. Prospect Ave.; lantic Highland; Golden, Valeria
      First Ave, Walling. Sally Miss,                                                             Henry, 33 Fifth St.; Jensen. Karl Marie Mrs., 50 Creek R d , God-                  Mrsrf 48 Chandler Ave.; Flynn, 37 Queens Dr., E.; Bennett, Rob- Tortoriello, Mildred' Mrs., 38 S. Mrs., 239 First Ave., Hillside.
     34 Prospect Ave.; Walsh, Helen „ » « " ' - _ „                  ,             —                                                          win, Ralph. 35 Lincoln Ct, Gor-        Edward C, 78 Broadway; Flynn, ert N., 37 Queens Dr., E.; Edgeview Rd.; Whaley, Roy I.                            RD, Atlantic Highlands; Iglay,
      Miss, (Sister Florita), 610 Eighth S, d : ., B e . r t r a n d j, R o s « M a " e -,---•• M. Mrs., 68 Fifth St.; Light, Anna ski, Chester, 149 Ramsey A v e , Gladys Mrs., 78 Broadway; Chmielewski, Leon L., 146 Rum-                                       Jr., 46 W. Prospect Ave.; Wil-     Hollister C, 19 Glenmary Ave.,
      Vve                                  Myrtle Ave.; Bertrand, Virgil E., May Mrs., II Miller St.; Locke Hamilton. Emily E. Mrs., 77                                              Hardy Thomas R., Broadway & son Rd.; Kerekesh, Joseph R., liams, Joseph W., County Rd.: Leonardo; Iglay, Lillian Mrs., 79
                 , ni.».i.» t              Myrtle Ave.; Evans, Violet Mw., Herbert, 36 Fifth St.; Matthews, Myrtle Ave.; Hickey, Eleanor, 43 Maple PI.; Infanti, Katherine 53 Amelia Cir; Lichter, Flor- Zinkler, Barbara Ann Mrs., Cliff- Glenmary                                                                    Ave., Leonardo;
         n . . h v w » Mrs., » <*mth Cortlandt e Rd., Box 119, RD 1;
         Bush, YJ Sm e Mr. 39 South H a r r j                         „ 2, E , p ]                Norma Mrs., 31 Miller St.; Frances PL; Hickey. George. 43 Miss, 92 Broadway; Kirk, Paul                                                                          wood Ave., Box 34, and Zinkler, Knight, Edward, 4 Prospect
                                                                                                  Muyen, Anne Mrs., 38 Valley St.; Frances PL; Josselyn, Henry L.t S., 180 Washington S t ; Naylor, ence G. Mrs., 59 Laurel Dr.; Nil- Lem C. Rev., Cliffwood Ave., Ave., Hillside, Atlantic High-
                                                        L on
     Ave.; Caso. Constantino J 81 M a c C r l y G w e n ( lolyn Mrs.. 45                                                                                                                                                       son, Joyce Wood Miss, Seven
     Bay A v e , .Greene, Harold, 37y . .             *              _        ' Br.Hfnrri Norenburg, Ernest 22 Bay Ave,
                                                                                         .                                                                                           Theresa D. Lupkee Mrs., 6 Broad- Bridges Rd.; O'Brien, Helene K. Box 34.                                        lands; Malloy, Joan M. Miss,
                                                                          8 - B " d t o r d ..                                                                                       way; Sclavunos, August, 93 Mrs., 29 Laurel Dr.; Root,                                      District I
                                                                                                                                33                   1                                                                                                                                               1 Rice La., Leonardo; Mayer,
                                                               , RD; Rogers, Elira-  W ^ y W r t . 33 J a S fc ^" ^fiSVESf
                                                                                        Eli                                                                                          Broadway; Smith, Theresa Mrs., Charles H., 524 Prospect Ave., Boyton, Elizabeth Mrs., 858
                                                                                                  St.- r w i l . t t . Julia Mrs., •)! Mil- 'X'• ' . " ' \°T- M.arV Clara) 281 306 Broadway; Szyszlo, Irene                                                       Maiden Dr.; Boyton, Wilbur S., Henry E,, 20 Hwy. 36, Leo-
                                                                                                  St.; Ouellette, Tnli. Mrc 21 M:ICarr Ave'.; King, JamesT 41~Maple
      Bay Ave.; Hiler, Frances Mrs., 10            FAIR HAVEN BORO                                ler St.; Pechetowsky, Ida M. A v e , Knobje. Ethel Mrs., 148                                                                 and Werntz, Margaret D. Mrs.,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Miss, 349 Maple PI.; Thayer, Wil- 34 Laurel Dr.                              858 Maiden Dr.; Brockel. Mar- nardo: Muller, Catherine Mrs..
      Harbor View D r , Hogan, Irene                                                              Mr
                                                                                                 [Mrs., 146 B A Bay Ave, P     Peters, E l i Seeley Ave. Lanzetti, Louis, 122 liam E,, 70 Broadway; Tibbetts,
                                                                                                                                       Elsie                                                                                                                      garet Miss, 72 Woodland Dr.; 19 Brevent Ave., Leonardo;
                                                                 District I
      M. Miss, 89 Center Ave, Juba, Turner. Roger N.. 184 Buena G e                                                         » , Robert«,n, Maple Ave. Lanzetti, Sylvia 122 Judith S. Miss, 136 Broadway;                               MATAWAN BORO               Catlow, Regina Mrs,, 58 Cliff- Nicholas, Charles, Hillside Ave.,
     Joseph, 98 Center A v e , Knisht, Vista Ave.                                                                                                                                    Walling, George, 158 Broadway;                                               wood Ave.; Comer, Attilio, 1271 RD, Atlantic Highlands; O'Sage,
                                                                                                                                              Maple Ave.: Lowenberg, Celia                                                                 District 1                                                 Helen Ann Miss, 21 Monmouth
     Robert, 15 South Ave, Macoretta,                            District 2                                                                                                          West, Mara Mrs., 165 Washing- Baker, Robert C , 154 Main Seawood Dr.; Davidson, Kather- Ave,, Leonardo; Render, Ray-
     l e t s Miss, (Sister Mary Nicko- Bull, Barbara Sayere Mrs., 29                                                                                                                 ton St.; White, Theona Miss, (Sis-St.; Becker, Arthur E., 7 Ravine           ine Mrs., 74 Beverly Dr.i David-
      l u ) , 44 South A v e , Russo. Mar-                                                                                                                                           ter Mary Theon), Maple PI., and                                              son, Thomas C , 74 Beverly Dr.; mond, 145 Chestnut Ave., Atlan-
                                           Timber Ct.; Bull, Goold Norman.                                                                                                                                                     Dr.; Costa, Susan R. Miss, 174 Dragoset, Leona Mrs., 666 Pros- tic Highlands; Schoelhier, Joyce
     garet Mrs., 95 Bay A v e , Smack, 29 Timber Ct.; Coakley, Kenneth bury Ave.; Smith, Timothy Earl, Maltz, August C, 248 Seeley Ave'.': Williams, Alvin, 18 May St.                                                         Main St.; DelCruz, Eileen Mrs., pect Ave.; Dragoset, Ronald H., Miss, Beacon Hill Rd., leori'ardo:
         yrtle Mrs., 73 Ave. A , VanR., 19 Church St.; Coakley, Pa-                                                                                                                                District 1                  Matawan Ave.; Donnell, Warren 666 Prospect Ave.; Fetty, Ruth Schtwarze, John F., 44 Leonard
     Carpels, Marion Mrs. 106 Center tricia C. Mrs., 19 Church St.; Col-Miss, I                                                                                                         Bishop, Charles D., 81 Broad N., 1 Maiden La.; Galloway, J. Mrs., 1466 Sunset Way; Fitz- Ave., Leonardo; Sickles, Rita
     Ave.; VanCarpels, Thomas, 106 Her, John C. W. P.. 45 Navesink ter L. Mrs., 56 Cornweli St.;' Wes- ?th'it •                                                                      St.; Buchole, Mercedes Mrs., 22           Chester A., 230 Main St.; Panko, simmons, Patrick, 245 Brnokside Mrs., 6 O'Neil Ave., Leonardo;
     Center Aye.                                                                                  cott, Charles R. S., 210 BayAve.; St.; Mombert. Arthur, PK_        : Rtl
                                           Ave, Coursey, Howard L., 569                                                                                                    31 Howard E. Frtmt St.; Fleming, Ronald, John, 10 Church St.; Poison, Ma- Ave.; Fitzsimmons, Rosemary Thompson, Herbert, Powell Ave.,
                  DEAL BORO                River Rd, DeLisa, Mary Mrs. 45                         White, Herbert G.. 216 Bay Ave.             Ave.; Mombert. Claire M. Mrs., First St.; Gonzalis, Guan, 33 bel Miss, 16 Dock St.; Schmidt, Mrs., 245 Brookside Ave.; Heyn, Atlantic Highlands; Thompson.
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     • Aiello, Bee Mrs., 23 Milan PI.; Maple Ave, Hiti, Henry A., 158                                               District S                31 Howard Ave.; McCIuskey, Broad St.; Kitzman, Joseph, 28 Alma C. Mrs., 12 Ravine Dr.; Ralph, 12S5 N. Shore Concourse; Willie D., Powell Ave., Atlantic
     Ajello, Dominick A., 23 Milan PI.; Fair Haven Rd, Lang, Catherine Beggs. Evelyn C. Mrs., 63 Bar-                                         Margaret Mrs., 33 Lincoln Ct.- First St.; Gurd, Diana M. Miss, Schmidt, Charles F. Jr., 12 Ra-                      Letsch, George Sr., 441 Shore Highlands; Vivian, Thomas Jr.,
     Anderson, John A.. Jr., 19 Wyc-A. Miss, 35 Church St.: Reulback. berie Ave.; Blewett, Peter Paul, McDonald, Howard A., II Maple 117 1st St.; Rivera, Jenny G. vine Dr., and Thrasher, Donna Concourse; Lindson, Christine 2 Burlington Ave., Leonardo;
     koff St.; Baron, Lillian Mrs., 58     Helen L. Mrs.. 666 River R d , 183 Linden Ave.; Bluhm, Adolph Ave.; Poole, Ronald, 145 Ram-                                               Mrs., 33 Broad St.; Ruehl, Har-           Mrs., Highland Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs., 106 W. Concourse; Mul- Werner, William J. Sr., Leonard-
1
      Monmouth Dr.; Bass, Estell Mrs., Reulback, Walter G., 666 River Charles, 56 Washington Ave. sey Ave.; Roche, Carol Mrs., riet I. Mrs., 153 Osborn St.;                                                                               District 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  laney, James M., 193 Greenwood yille Rd., Leonardo, RFD, Atlan-
     22 Milan PI.: Bass, Peter. 22 Rd.; Walsh, Maureen G.Mrs., 673 Bluhm, Mary Alice Mrs., 56 Wash- 128 Creek Rd.; Rogers, Charles, Schanck, Theodore, 18 Osborn Bader, /Sergis R., 24 Park Ave.; Mullaney, Rose Mrs., 193 Highlands; Wheeler, Greta.                                                tic
     Milan PI.; Benttey, Elizabeth River Rd.                                                      ington Ave.; Britton, William A., 12 Lincoln a . ; Russo, Patsy,                   St.; Scott, Genevieve Mrs., 179           Ave.; Dietrich, Bernhard, 67 Greenwood Ave.; McDermott, Mrs, Serpentine Dr., Leonardo,
     Mrs., 88-Roosevelt Ave.; Bentley,                          District I                        Ill Waterwitch Ave,; Cummins, 25 Ramsey Ave.; Schultz Ann 1st St.; Scott. Walter. 179 1st St.;Broad St.;Edcar, Emma Mrs., 20 James F., 911 Cedar PI.; McDer- Box 268, Atlantic Highlands, and
     Spencer, 88 Roosevelt Ave.: Book- Bell, Barney E., 178 Dartmouth Minnie Mrs., 328 Bay Ave,; Cus- Helen Mrs., 6 Lincoln Ct.: Smith, Lillian B. Mrs., 86 Osborn Clinton St.; Friedman, Marilyn mott, Marilyn Mrs., 911 Cedar White, Margaret Mrs., Glenraary
     itaber, Irving, 1 Roseld Ave.; Ave.; D'Anthony, Stephen N. Jr.,                              ter, Edwin F., 164 Linden Ave.; Schultz, Russell, 6 Lincoln Ct.; St.; Vona, Andrew P., 123 1st St.,Mrs., 42 Little St.; Friedman, "M.; Olenick, Barbara Mrs., 210                                  Avenue. Leonardo.
     Bookstaber, Olga Mrs., 1 Roseld 57 Forrest Ave.; Eyles, Mary Daust, Alfred F., Jr., 200 Linden Smith, Frances Mrs., 35 Lincoln and Ziessler, Helen I. Mrs., 83                                                            Sidney A., 42 Little St.; Houlday, 'rospect St.; Olenick, John, 210
     Ave.; Byrne, Joseph, A., Jr., 100 Mrs., 100 Park Ave.; Gilbert, Gail Ave.; Devereaux, Edgar H., Par-Ct.; Smith, Thomas, 35 Lincoln Church St.                                                                                                                                                                   District 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Francis Ronald, 64 Atlantic Ave.; 'rospect St.; O'Neil, Elizabeth Adamek, Charles W., 237 Park-
     Darlington Rd.; Byrne, Rose M. Miss, 54 Harvard Rd.; Jones, adise Tr. Park; Devereaux, Sarah Ct.; Tiliyer, Robert John. 20                                                                    District t                  Pinder, Mary Mrs., 21 Center Mrs., 1280 Seawood Dr.; Pag-
     Mrs.,. 100 Darlington Rd.; Car-       Betty Miss. 25 Poplar Ave.; E. Mrs., Paradise Tr. Park; Creek Rd.: Todero, Eileen Mrs., Beach, Joyce Mrs., 204 First St.; Pinder, William Roy, 21 Cen-                                                                                                    view Ter., Lincroft; Cannon, Lor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  liaro, Frank, 1454 Woodmere Dr.;
     pentler, H. Frank, 101 Neptune Noren, C. Gilbert, 20 Harvard Hagaman, Judith Mrs., 72 Sea- Seeley Ave.; Vorel, Frank, St.; Bedle, Robert, 224 Second ter St.; Roscher, Paul, 115 Broad Pagliaro, Marie Mrs., 1454 Wood- raine Miss, 54 Parkview Ter.,
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     Ave.; Carter. Janie Miss, 2 Strat- Rd.; Olsen, Johanne Mrs. 146 drift Ave.; Herbert, Roland. 197 2 Willow St.; Walling, Thomas St.; Boyce, Barry B., 79 Green St.; Seber, Catherine Mrs., 49                                                                                                    Lincroft; Cooper, Mary H. Mrs.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  mere Dr.; Schlacht, Kurt, 33
     ford PI.; Clark, Ruth Mrs., 5;        Harrison Ave.; Readie, John F., Bay Ave.; Homiak, Andrew'Jr., Arthur, 68 Washington Ave., and                                             Grove Ave.; Carberry, Grace A. Broad St.; Sparks, Easter Mae Shore Concourse; Spears, Mary 19 Majestic                               Ave., Lincroft;
     Parker Ave.; Cohen. Dorothy 184 Dartmouth Ave.; Readie, John 121 Waterwitch Ave., Apt. 6-C;                                              Wright, Elizabeth Miss, 18 Wii-        Mrs., 29 Green Grove Ave.; Car-                                                                                 Ederle, Dorothy L. Mrs., 54
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mrs., 6 Orchard St.; Spray, Mar- Ann Mrs., 751 Woodmere Dr.; Parkview Ter., Lincroft; Ederle,
                                           J.,
     Mrs., 8 Jerome Ave.; Cohen, Irv- 184 Dartmouth Ave.; Shutman, Johnson, Anlhony E., 249 Bay son "Ave.                                                                            berry, James D., 29 Green Grove cia Miss, 49 Broad St.; Tremper, ' l . Eugene R., 133 Wayside
     ing, 71 Darlington Rd.; Cohen, Bernice Mrs., 259 Dartmouth Ave.; Lake, Fred J., Paradise Tr.i                                                          District 2                                                                                                                               William C, 54 Parkview Ter,,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Ave.; Coleman/ Idell Mrs., 64 Ann L M r i , 43 Park Ave.
     Walter, 8 Jerome Ave.; Covert, Ave.; Shutman, Eugene H.. 259                                 Park; Laviola. Joan Miss, 202- Asay, Mariorie, 43 Main St.; F l t                  Fulton S   St.: Cronin, William Tremper, Richard, 34 Park Ave. Shore Concourse;Edna Mrs., 4511 L i f
                                                                                                                                                                                                 t       Ci           Willi                               l                                          Lincroft; H   Hauser, M   Mervyn, 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Umscheid, Le;Parkview Ter., Lincroft; Keto-
      Arthur W., Jr., 11 Neptune Ave.;iDartmouth Ave.; Stine, Juanita Linden Ave.; Leys, Gerard Ed-jAsay. Otlo; 43 Main St.: Brookes,[Thomas, 29 Myrtle Ave.; David                                                                        District 3             Roy, 451 Shore Concourse, and[lainen, Emil Gabriel, Deer La.,.
     Dawson, Willie Mae Mrs., 26JM. Mrs., 101 Princeton Rd.; Stine, ward. Locust and Matthew Sts.;j Kathleen Mrs 229 Seeley Ave • i ! o n i Gordon Kent, 6 Walnut Ter.; Lewis, Frederick C, 25-Fierro Wallis, James R., 1064 Woodbine P.O. Box 120, Lincroft; Kitter-
     Pleasant PI.; Dexhejmer, RichardlSamuel L., 101 Princeton Rd. jMonohan, Robert G., 270 Bay Brookes Theodore L 229 Sealev Demich, Leone, 177 Second St.; Ave.                                                                                                 Dr.                                            - . . _ . _ . .
     G. 21 Sydney Ave.; Eidelsberg,                             District 4                        Ave.; Moore, William E., 304                                                       Gilmore, Harry, 185 Second St.;                                                                                 man, Richard E., 90 Parkview
                                                                                                                                              Ave.; Burkhard, Ronald A., 171                                                               District 4
     Judith Miss. 30 Poplar Ave.; Credle, Nettie Pearl Miss, 85 Navesink Ave.; O'Brien Charles Seel«y Ave.: Cherry, Andrew C, Graham, Sally Ann Mrs., 294 1st Arnold. Mary Mrs., 10 Wilson MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP Ter., Red Bank; Senger, Patricia
     Eidelsberg, Stella Mrs., 30 Poplar Grange Ave.; Hunter, Carroll L., E., 17 Ralph St.; O'Brien, Lila 223 See-ley Ave,; Conkiin, George St.; Graham, William J., 294 1st                                                                                                    District 1            J. Mrs., 154 Parkview Ter., Lin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ave.; Arnold, William A., 10 Wil-
     Ave.; Estrin, Elaine Mrs., 67 Lake Ave.; Hunter. Esther Ann Mrs., 17 Ralph St.; Powles, Meta E., 88 Carr Ave.; Fazie, Charles, St.; Halm, Henry A., 8 Cedar St.; son Ave.; Carnes, George D., 24 Gorman, Catherine Miss., 64 croft; Skipper. Josephine Miss,
                                           63
     Roseld Ave.; Furman, Janelte K.       Mrs., 63 Lake Ave.: Schanck, Mrs.. 22 Atlantic St.; Powles, 28 Highland; Fink, Joan Mrs., Johnston, Robert J., 97 Second Valley Dr.; Carnes, Jean E. Mrs., Chamone Ave., Leonardo; Heu- Brookdale Farm, Lincroft, Box
     Mrs., 42 Sydney Ave.; Furman, George H., 47 Lake Ave.; Ship- Walter A., Jr.. 22 Atlantic St.; 14 Roosevelt Ave.; Hayes, Myr- St.; Larkin, Thomas, 25 Eighth 24 Valley Dr.; DeNardo, Chris- ser, Albert T , 22 Village La., 383 and Tortorella, Phyllis Miss,
     Louis, 42 Sydney Ave.; Hamilton, pee, Donald, 89 Grange Ave.; Remington, Nora Mrs., 225 Bay Virginia Miss. 44 John St.: St.; Milaree, Mildred R. Mrs., Miss, 11 Sutphin Ave.; Dow-Middletown; Heuser, Gladys K. 320 Parkview Ter., Lincroft.
                                                                                                                                              tle                                                                              tine
     Charles T., 17 Wyckoff St.; Ham-      Soffe, Irene-Frances Mrs., 32                                                                                                             242 First St.; Muniz, Baltasar, ney, Frank P., $ Wilson Ave.;Mrs., 22 Village La., Middletown;                                  District «
     ilton, Frances W., 17 Wyckolf St.;
                                                                                                                                    213 Bay                  Chlorinda Mrs.,
                                           First St.; Soffe Vemhard, 32 Ave.; Ross Grace Mrs.,27 Ralph Kilpatrick, Ave.; KmfiV, Mar-16 First St.; McGowen, William, Foley, Sarah H., 352 Main St.; Heuser, Nancy Miss, 22 Village Bruder, George A. Jr., Short
                                                                                                  Ave.; Sciortino, Philip,                    Roosevelt                              253
     Kaye. Hedy D. Mrs., 30 Clem First St.; Struck, Frederick M..                                                                                                                                                                                                 La., Middletown; M e t c a l f e , Rd., Box 818, Port Monmouth;
                                           21
     Conover Rd.; Kiely, John F. Jr., Cooney Ter.                                                 f ^ t l ' H; ^ ^ ^ Nelson} } ^ \ Ms. 21 S ee A e 215Myrtle Ave.:Plath, Doris Mrs., Kaniecki, Frances Miss, Patricia George A., Holland Rd., Middle-jBruder, Patricia M. Mrs., Shore
                                                                                                  Central                                                  r.              l y v , 28 First St.: Sims, Robert W., neau Ave.; Olmstead, 27 Fre-
                                                                                                                    .; Smith,, L \ Hen- Lynch, Michael5 G.,e171 Seeleyi, n . ^. , „.
                                                                                                                                       Hen                                                                     , , _ .„„:                              .
     18 Queen Ann Dr.; Maroney, Ar-                             District 5                        ry; 59 Waterwitch Ave.; Smock, Ave- Marlin Elizabeth M r s 1 2 9 9 F l r s t St - ; S i m s ' J o h n R - 2 "iVlrs., 348 Main' St.; Olmstead, town; Metcalfe, Mary H. Mrs., Rd., Box 818, Port Monmouth:
     thur J., 1 Roseld Ave.; Maroney, Cotton, George W,, 812 River J                                                                                                                                                                                              Holland Rd., Middletown; Robin-iButler, Harry, Port Monmouth
                                                                                                                                                ^c e e
                                                                                                  James W., Jr.. 281 Bayside Or. ;•>»- SS el v Ave McGovern' jFi »tl S L ; SSodon. Loretta Mrs.,
                                                                                                            W J 281                 d                            A         MG       lFirs   Sl
                                                                                                                                                                                               -' o d u n Loretta MrsjRcger P 348 Main St; Perillo son, Larry M., 183 Kings Hwy.jRd.. Porl Monmouth; Butler,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      P., 348 Main St.; Perillo,
     Edward J. Mrs., 1 Roseld Ave.; Rd.; Cotton, Mary E. Mrs., 812                                Willett,, vCornelius V., 62 Seadrif T h o m a f ^ Seelev A v T ^ T c ' 2.7, W a v e r l V• s t - : T i l t o n - J a c k S -
     Meltz Harry A., 37 Parker Ave.; River Rd.; Courier, Franklin M., Ave;
                                                                                                                              ., 62 Seadrift
                                                                                                  Am • Yercance,s Ellis P. 203 'nomd5. _ii aeeiev rtve., Me-
                                                                                                              .,.,.,.        iriii. n «,<                                                        • _                 ui.n:.~          •et Mrs., 33 New Bruns- Middletown, and Wheeler, Curtis, Samuel, Port Monmouth Rd.,
                                                                                                                                              Loone, Gertrude Miss, 167 Seeley 227 Second St.. and Walling, wick Ave,, and Perillo, Philip, 33 Magnolia La., Middletown.                             Port Monmouth; Byrne, Winifred
     Mime, Jeaiiette Miss, 78 Roose- 121 Fair Haven Rd. (Atlantic Bay Ave.                                                                    Ave, McLonne, Marjjaret Miss, VauRhan I)., 44 Pine St.                           New Brunswick Ave.
     velt Ave.; McGralh, John M., 14       Hotql); Hurd Richard J., 844                                                                                                                                                                                                        District 2            18 Gordon Ct., Port Monmouth;
                                                                                                        HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP                       lf>7 Seeley Ave, Ncilson, Doro-                     District 4                              District 5                Coll. John, Brown's Dock Rd., Chambers, Lacy, Port Monmouth
     Richmond Ave.; McGrath, Mnr- River Rd.; Krummel. Louis W.,
     jorie Mrs., 14 Richmond Ave.;         70 Oak PL; Krummel, Mabel M. Allan, Ada Mrs., S. Laurel nnd thea Mrs,, 171 Seeley Ave, Neil- Dolson, Ruth Miss, Frances Accardi, Marie Mrs., Liberty Box 180AA, RFD, Atlantic High- Rd., Port Monmouth, Mail: Box
                                                                                                                                               son, James G., 171 Seelev Ave., St.; Gisondl, Anthony H., 289 St.
     McNeary, Alice Mrs., 14 Rich- Mrs,, 70 Oak PL; Miller, Marian Plum Ave; Allocco, Charles, and Pelose, Rosalyue Miss, 79 Peters P i , Gisondi, Elizabeth St.; Allen, Betty Jo Mrs., Aber- lands; . Collery, Rose Rothmann 101, East Keansburg; Chopp,
     mond Ave.; Owens, Mary E. Mrs., 39 Kemp Ave.; Murphy, Hwy. 35, Box 59, RD 1, Keyport; Seeley Ave.                                                                                                                         deen Rd.; Allen, Fred B. Jr., 141 Mrs., Lakeside Dr., Box 363,        Ewan, 156 Main St., Port Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                     Mrs., 289 St. Peters PL", Jones, Ravine Dr.; Allen, Fred B. 3d,
     Mrs, 73 Roosevelt Ave.; Plastine, Joseph G., 25 Linden Dr.; Mur-                             Allocco, Josephine Miss, Hwy. 35,                                                                                                                              Highlands; Collins, Barbara J. mouth; Cunningham, Joseph R.,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Melvin W., 38 Walling Ter.; 333 Aberdeen Rd, Allen, Lydia Mrs., Monmouth Ave., Navesink; 9 Willow St.. Port Monmouth;
     William Frank, 110 Phillips Ave.;      hy, Marion P. Mrs,, 25 Linden Box 74, RD 1, Keyport; Allocco,                                                   District I
     Pontecorvo, Tony, 116 Phillips r.; Quizcnberry, Hayden R.. 121                               Pauline Mrs., Hwy. 35. Box 59 Bellezza, Anthony L , 367 Carr Leonard, Harriet Mrs., 73 St. Mrs.., 141 Ravine D r , Burch, Conroy, Christina Mrs., Hillside Drury, John E., Port Monmouth
                                                                                                                                                                                     Peters PL, and Rosa, Raymond Daniel T, Jr., Beechwood Ter.; Ave., Box 152, Navesink; Crane, Rd. & Main St., Port Monmouth;
                                                                                                                                  George L.,
     Ave.; Ross, Philip, 45 Sydney Fair Haven Rd. (Atlantic Hotel); RD 1, Keyport; Coon, 1, Keyport: Ave, Cameron, Charlotte B. Edwird, 315 Beers St.
     Ave.; Schaefer, Anne Mrs., 75         Roper, Robert P., 122 Kemp Ave.; Hwy. 35, Box 302, RD                                              Mrs., 33 Church St.; Cameron,                                                    DelCruz, William J., Motawan Edward M. Jr., Linden Ave., Box Drzewiecki, Haliria Miss, Wilson
                                                                                                  Coon, Mary Lorraine Mrs., llwy. David A., 33 Church St.: Carr,
     Roseld Ave.; Schaefer, Edgar, 75 Taggart, Anna Mrs., 558 Ridie 35, Box 302, RD 1, Keyport; Cor-                                                                                               District 5                  Ave, Hansen, Hans, Forest Ave, 414, Locust; Crane, Mary Cor-Ave., Port Monmouth; Dunaway.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Johnson, LieseLotte Mrs.. 9
     Roseld Ave.; Schaefer, Monroe, 75 Rd,; Zelcchosky, Lcnora Mrs., 89 jnell, Alva A. Mrs., 2075 Hwy. 35 Walter D., 414 Carr Ave, Clvltan, Anderson, Virginia G. Mrs., 13.1 Washington A v e , Johnson, Paul dclia Mrs., Linden Ave., Box 414,! Rosalie, Beachview Ave., Port
     Roseld Ave.; Schorer, Claire Willow St.                                                                                                  Jo|in, 17 Lohsen: Connor, Howard Maple PL; Barthclme, Paul Jr.                                                      Locust; Green, James A., Locust!Monmouth; Fisher. Elihue, Port
                                                                                                  Middletown; Cornell, Chas'. R A., 9 Mnson PL; Dean. Jc/in 1.10 Main St.; Barlhelme, Virginia|G. II, 9 Washington Ave, Kick, Pt. Rd., Locust; Green, Nan1 Monmouth Rd., c/o J. H. Smith,
     Mrs., 1 Roseld Ave. (Deal Apts.);                          District 6
     Skolnicke, Jerome Robert, I C Boyd, Gloria Miss, 583 River 12075 Hwy. 35. Middletown; Grant
                                      O                                                                                                       Mrs., 24 Lohsen PL: DiCapim. Mrs., 130 -Main St.; Csik. I.a-iHenry • C , 16 EdRewatrr Dr.;;(Ann) I. Mrs.,-Locust Pt. Rd.,,Port Monmnut'h; Fisher, Roma
     Almyr A v e , Southard, Donald J.,JRd.i Ca B le, Troy M., 82 Third St.; j E s t h e , M ; Mrs^ 20.Orchard Avc.,j Angelina                                                       verne Mrs,, 13 W. Front St.;iKick, JoAnn Mrs., 16 Edgewater, Locust; Kelly, Louis G., Locust Mrs. Port Monmouth Rd. c/o




    Popiar Ave.; Well", Donald", 70 Cedar Ave,; Sweeney, Julia Mri., Jet; Herb, Philip J., 14 Chestnut Lowrie, Edjihs H. Mrs., 3t St. Mrs., 180 Broad St.; Hanien, Russell, Irving M. Jr., 7 Grant Navesink;                                                        Swan. Elaint Snow              (Continued On Next Page)
                                                                                                                                     t*,, MKSffletowa; Letcb.i Me.; Ftw&fja, Cfc*rte» C, 228 *>Uv Ave, West K**Mburg;|Tr. Pk, Betfaaay ft*., Htzlel; I I t o , 4 W. M** vn., i
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      »—Tburvhy, Sq*. 7, 1961 RED                                BECLSIXR-           iM, Henry F., 10 OtapttiSB
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                                                                                   Ter., Hew Moamoutb; Siegel, Eu- Coirles A. Jr., Kane* U . , Boat Comcccbe Dr.; Frsmptoa, Vert Thome, L*wre&e«, 10 Johnson iGotier, Herbert, 17 Ctlt Dr, H*z-jh*m, Diuaue 1yet.» w.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           asburg;
                                                                                          I J? Sylvia Ter., New Moo 388, Red Bank, tad Leach, Mar- R. Mrs., 22* ComMcbe Dr.; Gir- Ter, West Keansburg; Vac * Goeler, Mildred 1. I t o , 1/
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ter.,           Keansburg: Vsc-                                                                   .    _ •«*£«*
    ttogfh; G u a m , H x m a t , IB Got- trf, John J., S Brooksid* Rd., mouth, and Worth, Welter V., 5 garet E. Miss, Kines L » , Box too, Anna Mrs., 28 Sagamore carellt, Harcld, 44 Newman St., Call Dr., Hazlet; Stephen Krand, Archer, James, 13» Moamouth
    fee CU P u t Monrnoulh; Gan- Leonardo; Sehneetock, Felix P., Locust Ter., New Monmouth.                                  386, Red Bank.                         Ave.; Goldstein, Joseph, 22 Ca-    West      Keansburg;      Vassallo, 47 Fleetwood Dr., Harlet; Quina, St.; Archer, Marion Ma., 1 »
    non. Winifred Mrs.. 18 Gorton « Vanderbilt Ave., Leonardo;
                                                                                                  District 17                             District n                       Ave.; Kremins, Lorraine Charles, 15 Brown Ave., Box Cecelia V. Miss, 51 Cornell Dr., Monmouth St.; Credte, Harold,
    C t , fort Moomouth; GranUind. Sharkey, Thomas J., Ill Burling-                                                                                                          106 Smith St.; Munyon, 199M. MR 1 Keyport, West Keans- Hazlet; Sheehy, Kathleen E. Mrs., 32 Wall St.; Credle, Mamie Mn.,
    M i n d , Wilson Ave., Pott Man- ton Aye., Leonardo; Spencer, Coppell, Gwendolyn Mrs., Har- AVP Bplfnrri- raldwell19S Oaks Hattie E. "~ " " i rCentennial PI.; burg; Vassallo. Rita Mrs., 15 39 Fleetwood Dr., Hazlet; Walsh, 32 Wall St.; Gaskin, Elslfc MM.,
                                                                                                                                Bennett, Muriel Miss, iss U»Ks £• •»"•. Mrs., 16 ^ l L "-ri ci"
    mouth; Heitienroeder, F l a n Mrs,, Irma Mrs., 79 Monmouth Ave.,                mony Ave. & Warren Pd., Box Ave., Belford, caiaweii, Victor ^ ^ ^ ^     victor                 R  m     m     ^ ^ Brown Ave., West Keansburg; Joseph R., 8 Cornell Dr., Hazlet. 35 Wall St.; Gaskin, James H.,
     115 Wilson Ave., Port Monmouth; Leonardo; Troehelman, Harry J., 144, Keansburg; Erickson, John G., 288 Linda St., Belford; Compi- au-Peek Ave.; Shaw, BiUy R., Waters, John E., Locust Grove                                                         District 7                                 35 Wall St.; Hall, Eleanor Mr«.,
     Beitzenroeder, George, 115 Wil- 36 Washington Ave., Leonardo; O., 12 Harkins Dr., Middletown; telli, Anthony, 371 Leohardyille 16 "Centennial'PL; Shaw, Grace T Ct;. Rt. 36, West Keansburg. Alsobrooks, . Edward W., 50 50 Monmouth St.; Harper, James
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tr. Ct Rt 36 W t          K b
     •on Ave., Fort Monmouth; Kry- Troehelman, Minnie .Mrs., 36 Gasser, George, Apple Ave., East Rd., Belford; Compitelli, Diane A. Mrs., 16 Centennial PL; Shea, Mail: Box 200-A, Lot 44 MR 1, Shorehaven Tr. Pk., Hazlet; Col- F., 25 Riverside Ave.; Harper,
     taicki, Audrey L. Miss, 10 Camp- Washington Ave., L e o n a r d o ; Keansburg; Gasser, Helen Mrs., Miss, 371 Leonardville RoV, Bel- Lillian Miss, 46 Werah PI.; St«n- Keyport; Williams. Ruth E. Mrs., lins, Lloyd R. Jr., 25 Shorehaven Myrtle Mrs., 25 Riverside Ave.;
     bell Ave., Port Monmouth; Leary, Yates, Gertrude M. Mrs., 18 Apple Ave., East Keansburg; ford; Engemann, Fred C., 515 ton, Mary Elsie Mrs., 76 Co- Central Ave., West Keansburg.                                                      Tr. Pk,,, Hazlet; Damato, An- Hurd, Marcella Mrs., 84 W. Front
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     Dorothy A. Mrs., 50 Creek Rd, Beech Ave., Leonardo, and Harnett, Margaret Mrs., 212 Ohio East Rd., Belford; Kendig, Al- manChe Dr.; Stanton, Norman F.,                                                        District 2             thony, Holly Hill Tr. Ct., Box 11, St; James, Sara Mrs., 73 W.
     SPort Monmouth; Leary, Peter J., Yates, John, 18 Beech Ave., Leo- Ave., East Keansburg; Harnett, verta Mrs., 659 Hopping Rd., 76 Comanche Dr.: Weeks, Flor- Abaire, Elizabeth L. Mrs., 3056 Hwy. 36, West Keansburg; Da- Front St.; Lancaster, Margaret
      SO Creek Rd., Port Monmouth; nardo.                                           Thomas J., 212 Ohio Ave., Easl Belford; LaSpina, Jack J. Jr.,                                                      Hwy. 35, Hazlet; Abaire, Harry mato, Betty Mrs., Holly Hill Tr. M. Mrs., 64 W. Front St.; Lan-
     Lindabury, Norman, Campbell                       District 10                  Keansburg; Jeffries, George, 37 627 Hopping Rd., Belford; Letts, ence M. Mrs., 55 Seneca PL, P. P., 3056 Hwy. 35, Hazlet; Ct., Box 11, Hwy. 36, West Keans- caster, Rodney W., 64 W. Front
                                                                                                                                                                    and Weeks, George W. Jr., 55
      Ave., Port Monmouth; Meale, Binaco, Lucille M. Mrs., 629 Grove St., East Keansburg; Edward, 557 Monmouth Ave., Seneca PI.                                                                        Dende, Leopold, Bethany Rd., burg; De Carlo, Elizabeth L. St.; MacCloud, Herbert C, 80
      George, 1 Campbell Ave., Port W. Front St., Red Bank; Binaco. Jeffries, Josephine Mrs., 37 Belford; McCarren, John H., 167                                                                       Hazlet; Lawson, Carl Henry, 36 Mrs., 37 Shorehaven Tr. Pk., Haz- Riverside Ave.; MacKenzie, Ken-
      Monmouth; McConnack, Mary Patsy, 629 W. Front St., Red                        Grove St., East Keansburg; 8th St., Belford; McCarren,                                 OCEAN TOWNSHIP              Craig St., Hazlet; Lawson. May let; Deckert, John L. Jr., Dav- neth W., 132 Bodman PL; Ostran-
     Lou Mrs., 191 Main St., Port Bank; Campbell, Keith D., 78 Keleher, Henry J., 200 Hwy. 36, Theresa V. Mrs., 167 8th St.,                                                    District 1             E. Mrs., 36 Craig St., Hazlet; era's La., c/o 53 3rd St., West der, Genevieve Helen Miss, 125
      Monmouth; Prater, Anna Mrs., Carpenter St., Red Bank; Camp- East Keansburg; Kennedy, John Belford; Reap, James J. Jr., Bohlmann,,Herman F.. 18 John- Nielsen, Myrtle M. Mrs., Maple Keansburg; Hofer, Delma T. W. Front St.; Patterson, Charles,
     'J07 Wilson Ave., Port Monmouth; bell, Lois Mrs., 78 Carpenter St.,            M., 8 Wealthy Ave., East Keans- 193 Bayview Ave., Belford, and ston St., Oakhurst; Burns, Julia Dr., Hazlet; Terry, Frank T., 100 Miss, 24 Shore Haven Tr. Pk., 32 Morford PL; Patterson, Mary
      Reilly. Edward J... 1 Campbell Red Bank; DePonte, Mildred M burg; Kennedy, Marie E. Mrs., Smith, Agnes J. Mrs., 184 Sum- Opal Mrs., 402^ West Park Ave., Hazlet Ave., Hazlet; Weiderman, Hazlet; Kelly, Lillian Mrs., 35 Mrsi, 32 Morford PL; Sacco,
      Ave., Port Monmouth; Reilly, Mrs., 15 Hillside St., Red Bank; 8 Wealthy Ave., East Keansburg; mit Ave., Belford.                                              Oakhurst; Burns, Robert J. 4O2'/2 Ernest, Jr., 16 Tallen Dr., Haz- Holly Hill Mobile Home Ter., Frederick J., 21 Wall St.; Stoble,
      Helen Mrs., 1 Campbell Ave., DePonti, Vincent Jr., 15 Hillside Murren, Carol Miss, Duchess                                                                    West Park Ave., Oakhurst; let.                                         Hwy. 36, West Keansburg; Kelly, Frances E. Mrs., 2 Morford PL;
                                                                                    Ave., Box 255, MR, Keansburg;                   MONMOUTH BEACH
      Port Monmouth; Rollings, Marie St., Red Bank; Gorchess, Fred                                                                                                  Cooper, LeRoy D., 57 Monmouth                   District 3             Thomas, 35 Holly Hill Mobile Williamson, Irene J. Mrs., 50
      Mrs., 12 Gordon Ct., Port Mon- J., 26 Harbor Green Cir., Red                  McGrath, Anita Mrs., 77 Har- Caruso, Joseph J., 10 Jessica Rd., Oakhurst; (Cooper, Regenia Brannlgan, Isabelle Mrs., 75 Ter., Hwy. 36, West Keansburg; W. Front St., and Williamson,
      mouth; Schmid, »Charles H., 50 Bank; Gorchess, Jrene M. Mrs., mony Rd., Box 255D, East PI.; Caruso, Julia V. Mrs., 10 Mrs., 57 Monmouth Rd., Oak- Thorne PL, West Keansburg; Mederios, Alice Mrs., 23 Region Robert A., 50 W. Front St.
      Collins Ave., Port Monmouth; 26 Harbor Green Cir., Red Bank Keansburg; Pompliano, William, Jessica PL; Drouard, George F., hurst; Duffield, Gordon, 7 Mon- Brannigan, Joseph J., 75 Thorne Dr., Hazlet; McKay, Helen T.                                                                                      District t
       Shindle, Benjamin, 181 Port Mon- Kaufman, Louis W., 75 Carpen Thompson Ave. & Sunset, RFD, 36 Beach Rd.; English, Walter mouth Rd., Oakhurst; Hughes, PL, West Keansburg; Byrne, Mrs., 8 Shorehaven Tr. Pk., Agala, Francesco, 34 Oakland
       mouth Rd., Port Monmouth; ter St., Red Bank; Kilcullen,                      269J, East Keansburg: Provost, E., Club Cir.; Fornabio, Charles Frederick, 474 W. Park Ave., Susan P. Miss, 607 Palmer Ave., Middle Rd., Hazlet; McKibbin, St.; Bouley, Leo Wolfred, 57 Pe-
       Stevely, EUzabeth Mrs., 33 WiU Jeanne C. Mrs., 48 McLean St., Evelyn Mrs., 11 Vineyard Ave., P., 40 Riverdale Ave.; Fornabio, Oakhurst; Quigley, Hugh J., 9 West Keansburg; Carhart, Ed- William T., Middle Rd., North ters PL; Doig, James N., 145
       low St., Port Monmouth; Uckert, Red Bank; Kilcullen, Robert, 48 East Keansburg; Reese, Richard, Janet H. Mrs., 40 Riverdale Ave.; Carole Dr., Oakhurst; Raymond, ward P., 44 Franklin Ave., West Centerville. P.O. Box 323, RD I, Monmouth St.; Colladay, Louis
       Charles G., Campbell Ave., Port McLean St., Red Bank; Koschek, Wealthy & Duchess Ave., East Gentile, ffeneva L. Mrs., 13 Carol L. Miss, Monmouth Rd., Keansburg; Critzer, Margie H. Keyport; Ryan, Anna Mrs., 39 Benton, 62 Peters PI.; Green,
       Monmouth; Uckert, Edna Mrs., George, 20 Deane Way, Red Keansburg; S p a f f o r d , Leona Shrewsbury Dr.; Giuliana, Rose Oakhurst; Wethered, Joan F. Mrs., 12 J St.. Mieleville Tr. Pk., Shorehaven Tr. Pk., Hazlet; Oma Mrs., 50 Chestnut St.;
       Campbell Ave., Port Monmouth; Bank; Robida, Barbara Mrs.. 24 Mrs., 22 Whita St., East Keans- Mrs., 38 Ocean Ave.; Gleason, Miss, 493 W. Lincoln Ave., Oak- West K{<ansburg; Curran, George Ryan, James J., 39 Shorehaven Keogh, Annie Mrs., 21 PeteM PL;
       Ward, Robert H., 96 Brainard Hubbard Ave., Red Bank; Ska- burg; Smith, Harriet Mrs., Har- Mina Mrs., 3 Griffin St.; Gleason, hurst; Wilson, Margaret Mrs., P. Jr.,"57 Compton Ave., West Tr. Pk., Hazlet; Shinkos, Gladys Konow, Dorothy V. Mrs., 4
       Ave., Port Monmouth, and Ward, kandy, Jack Stephen Jr., 17 Hub- mony Ave., Box 259, RD 1, Key- Peter E., 3 Griffin St.; Hart, Beecroft PL, Oakhurst; Wilson, Keansburg; Downs, Amy Mary Mrs., 375 Middle Rd., Hazlet; Drummond PL; Madden, Mar-
       Teresa Wrs., 96 Brainard Ave., bard Ave., Red Bank; Sollars, port; Stover, Catherine M. Mrs., Norman W., 35 Shrewsbury Dr.; Merrill, Beecroft PL. Oakhurst. Mrs., 38 Liberty PL, West Keans- Shinkos, Thomas. 375 Middle Rd., garet C. Miss, 98 Broad St.; Mil-
       Port Monmouth.                       Gene, 36 Halt Mile Rd., Red 60 Baldwin Ave., East Keans- Reardon, John P. Jr., 24 Club                                              District 2             burg; Eisenmann, James E., 34 Hazlet; Tokarchuck, Olive P. ler, Florence Miss, 94 Broad St.;
                    District 7              Bank; Sollars, Margaret B. Mrs., burg; Stover, Robert W., 60 Bald- Cir.; Reardon, Mary V. Mrs., Barrabee, Bruce D., 233 Jerome Olive PL, West Keansburg; Farn- Mrs., 25 Shore Haven Tr. Ct., Morales, Ricardo Torres, 34 Oak-
                                                                                    win Ave., East Keansburg, and 24 Club Cir.; Regan, Anne Mrs.,                                                                                          Hazlet; Tokarchuck, Peter, 25
          Antonucci^ Mary Mrs., 8 Pas 36 Half Mile Rd., Red Bank; Wollyung, Carola Miss, Harmony 8 Riverdale Ave.; Regan, Pat- Ave., Elberon; Bransen, Martha koff, Ann Marie Mrs., 45 Thorne Shore Haven Tr. Ct., Hazlet; Van- land St.; Morris, Elsie S. Mrs.,
       t&ic SL, E t Keansburg; Anto- Tomsick,. Catherine Mrs.,-189 Da- Ave., Keansburg.
       laic St., East             g;                                                                                                                                Mrs., 238 Norwood Ave.. P.O. PL, West Keansburg; Fleming,                                                                          55 Peters PL; Marone, Vincent
                                                                                                                              rick, 8 Riverdale Ave.; Stelmack, Elberon; Clark, Carolyn M. Mrs., Albert M., M. 20 Mary Ann Ct., derbilt, Margaret ' Mrs., 387 R., 2 Gold St.; O'Brien, Margaret
       nucci, Michael D., 8 Passaic St., vis La., Red Bank; Tomsick,                                                          Raymond, 36 Beach Rd.; Schim- 18 Berger Ave., Elberon; Clark, Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Keans- Middle Rd., Hazlet; Watson, Miss, 94 Broad St.; Rivera, Epi-
       East Keansburg; Barna, Gale Louis Sr., 189 Davis La., Red                                   District IS
                                                                                                                              melbusch, Margaret B. Mrs., 28                                                                               Carol Mrs., 10 Adam PL, Hazlet;
       Mrs., 97 Ocean Ave., East Keans Bank, and Vali, Patricia Anne Abrajano, Andre, 45 Maida West St., and Schulz, John A., LeRoy H,, 18 Berger Ave., El- burg; Fralin, Luther L., 16 Mary Watson, Raymond, 10 Adam PL, fanio O., 34 Oakland St.; Rod-
       burg; Barna, Joseph M. Jr.,         Mrs., 541 W. Front St., Red Ter., Red Bank; Abrajano, Mar-                                                               beron; Garrity, Barbara Elizabeth Ann Ct., Mieleville Tr, Pk., West                                                                rigues, Juan Lopez, 34 Oakland
       Ocean Ave., East Keansburg; Bank.                                            garet Mrs., 45 Maida Ter., Red Monmouth Pkwy.                                   Miss, 238 Dixon Ave., Elberon; Keansburg; Franke, Alfred T., Hazlet.                                                               St.; Santiago, Jose Z., 32 Oak-
       Barry, Cornelius J., 15 Oregon                   District 11                 Bank; Balma, Josephine Mrs., 14 NEW SHREWSBURY BORO Hoft, Jess A., 258 Roosevelt Ave., 12 Mary Ann Ct.. West Keans-                                                   District 8                                   land St.; Saunders, Paul M., 6
       Ave., East Keansburg; Barry, Andrulonis, Albert, 60 Eas Lind Dr., Red Bank, Blasco, Jo,                                                                      Elberon; Juska, George B., 1074 burg; Franke, Catherine M. Mrs., Abernethy. Donald M.. 59 Ne- Drummond PL, Mall: Box 582;
                                                                                                                                           District 1               Norwood Ave., Elberon; Juska, 12 Mary Ann Ct., West Keans- vada Dr., Hazlet; Abernethy, Savage, Rose Veronica Miss, 94
       William T., Oregon Ave., Easl Rd., Middletown;               Andrulonis, seph C. Sr., 54 Stephenville Bell, George, Wayside Rd.,
       Keansburg; Baxter, Edward V. Mildred Mrs., 60 East Rd., Mid- Blvd., Red Bank; Blasco, Rose R.F.D., Eatontown;                                                Mary Mrs. 1074 Norwood Ave., burg; Gaffney, Thomas J., 20 Marie M. Mrs., 59 Nevada Dr., Broad St.; School, Marie A.
                                                                                                                                                         Fliedner,
       200 Ocean Ave., East Keansburg;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         West Keansburg;
                                           dletown; Bahr. Jane Mrs., 30 Mrs., 54 Stephenville Blvd., Red Esther L. Mrs., Water St., R.D., Elberon; Koenig, Oscar B., 251 Shadyside Ave.,L. Mrs., 7 C St., Hazlet; Abernethy, Ronald W., 59 Miss, 94 Broad St.; Tony, Ro-
                                                                                                                                                                    Garfield Ave., Elberon; Liss, Gibson, Doris
       Bertolette, Anna Mrs., 42 Ideal Front Cir., Middletown; Dobson, Bank; Busch, Harry F., 69 Maida c/o DeFazio, Eatontown; Fleu- Helen E. Mrs., 176 Norwood Ave., Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Keans- Nevada Dr., Hazlet; Baum, Rob- berto, 34 Oakland St.; Torres,
       Ave., East Keansburg; Black, Geoffrey, Tindall Rd., Middle Ter., Red Bank; Carleton, Patrick ren, John P., 647 Tinton Ave., Elberon; Manger, Margaret Mrs., burg; Hall, Dolores F. Mrs., 15 ert E., 4 Hilltop PL, Hazlet; Hax- Juan, 77 Oakland St.; Wolcott,
       Charlotte Mrs., 65 Passaic St., town; Donald, Edwin E., 19 Flor- T., 77 Maida Ter., Red Bank; Eatontown; Jones, Lillian A. 304 S. Lincoln Ave., Elberon; Ave. C. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West ton, Barbara S. Mrs., 40 Irwin John C, 35 Oakland St., and
       East Keansburg; Brown, John ence Rd., Middletown; Donald, Corio, Katy Mrs., 403 Hwy. 35, Mrs,, 635 Tinton Ave., Eaton- Meltsner, Gilbert, 214 Maplewood Keansburg; Hall, Robert L. 15 PL, Hailet; Haxton, Dale S., 40 Wright, Harold H., 68 Maple Ave.
       J., 32 Port Monmouth Rd., Box Rose Mrs., 19 Florence Rd., Mid- Middletown; Corio, William F., town; Phipps, Almetra Mrs., Ave., Oakhurst; Meltsner, Judith                                                                          Irwln PL, Hazlet; Jayson. Robert                                         District 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           T    8
      '113 Middletown; Carell, William dletown; Ehrhardt, Gladys Mrs. 403 Hwy. 35, Middletown; Dalley, Murphy Rd., Box 178, R.D., Eat- Mrs., 214 Maplewood Ave., Oak- Ave. C. Mieleville Tr. Pk. West '.                                          Coach Dr., East, Hazlet;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Alicea, Miguel, 182 C. Broad
       501 Thompson Ave., East Keans 4 Melrose Ter., Middletown                     Amandus G , 45 David Ter., Red                                                                                     Keansburg; Harnish, Kenneth H. Jayson, Tema G. Mrs., 8 Coach St.; Baez, Raul Alicea, 182 C.
                                                                                                                             ontown; Thompson, Elmer L., hurst; Mohn, H. Elizabeth Miss,                                                   Dr., East, Hazlet; Kaminski, Ber-
       burg; Champagne, Paul N , 25 Jackson, Frank W. Jr., 84 Tin- Bank; Dalley, Betty Mrs., 45 Da- 555 Tinton Ave., Eatontown; 232 Lawrence Ave,, Elberon; Mor- 20 Mary Ann Ct., West Keans- nice Mrs., 3 Carriage Rd., North, Broad St.; Baez, Saida Ayala
       Kentucky Ave, East Keansburg; dall Rd., Middletown; Johnson vid Ter., Red Bank; Dalton, Williams, Laura N. Miss, Box ris, Robert T,, 284 Roosevelt Ave., burg; Harnish, Martha L. Mrs., Hazlet; Moore, Charles E., 527 Mrs., 182 C. Broad St.; Brown,
       Coleman, Jack R , 142 Seabreeze Juanita Mrs., 58 Tindall Rd. Harry L., 7 Stephenville Blvd., 233, R.D. 1, Eatontown; Winslow, Elberon; McGee, Patricia Miss,                                    20 Mary Ann Ct., West Keans-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Florence Ave., P.O. Keyport; Mc- Anna E. Mrs., 20 Waverly PI.;
       A v e , East Keansburg; Coleman, Middletown; Kelly. Joseph G., 20 Red Bank; Hemp, George C, 7 Francis J., 79 Branford Cir., Eat- 216 Maplewood Ave., Oakhurst; burg; Holmstrbm, William, 21 B. Evoy, Anna Mrs., 1104 Hwy. 36, Budenstein, Jane C. Mrs., 126
       Joan Mrs, 142 Seabreeze Ave.,      David Ct., Middletown; Kelly, Richard Ter., Red Bank; Hemp, ontown; Yaun, David, 66 Bran- Reger, Martha Mrs,, 18 Berger St., West Keansburg; Jones, Kyle
                                                                                                                                                                                                       R., 7 C. St., Mieleville Tr. Pk., Hazlet; McEvoy, James J.. 1104 Maple Ave.; Budenstein, Paul P.,
       East Keansburg; Conklin, Mary Patricia Mrs., 20 David Ct., Mid- Lois Mrs., 7 Richard Ter., Red ford Cir., Eatontowji; Yaun, Ave., Oakhurst; Rock. Minnie S. West Keansburg; Jones, Lelia M., Hwy. 36, Hazlet; Raynor Claude 126 Maple Ave.; Cotgrave, Doro-
       Mrs, 152 Ocean Ave., East dletown; Kemp, Patricia Mrs., 69 Bank; Jehlen, Barbara E. Mrs., Jane V. Mrs. 66 Branford Cir., Mrs., 241 Elberon Blvd., Oak- 7 Ave. C. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West L. Jr., Rt. 36 and Poole Ave., thy R. Mrs.,- 228 Maple Ave.;
       Keansburg; Dandorph, Josephine Libby PL, Middletown; Kemp, 53 DavidTer., Red Bankr Jehlen, Eatontown, and Zimmerman, Jo- hurst; Roussell, Raymond Leo, Keansburg; Kendall, John D. 4 Keyport; Raynor, Julia Mrs., Davis, Dorothy L. Mrs., 316
       Mrs, 194 Ocean Ave, East Richard D., 69 Libby PL, Middle- George C , 53 David Ter., Red seph S., 22 Branford Cir.                                            316 Roosevelt Ave., Oakhurst; J. St., Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Hwy. 36, Box 321 C. RFD., Key- Broad St.; DeVoe, Christina
       Keansburg; Davidson, George, 99 town; Keogh, Mary Mrs., Marvin Bank; Joyce, John, 441 State                                         District 2               Ryan, Mary L. Mrs., 293 Roose- Keansburg; Kolliem, Mary Ann port; Sohneid, Dolores D. Mrs., Miss, 57 Reckless PL; Hendrlck-
       Shoreland Ter, East Keansburg; Rd., Orchard Acres, New Mon-                  Hwy. 35, Red Bank; Kozonasky,                                                   velt Ave. Oakhurst; Ryan, Ray- Mrs,, 2 Ave. A. Mieleville Tr. Pk., 40 Monterey Dr., Hazlet; Sentner, son, Mary C. Miss, 50 Leroy PL;
       Dayko, Daniel, 2 Ocean Ave.,       mouth; Keogh, William J., Marv- Michael J., 49 David Ter., Red Culmone, Mariano Joseph, 16 mond G., 293 Roosevelt Ave., Oak- West Keansburg; Kolliem, Philip Henry R., 3 Coach Dr., East, Haz- Hindle Susan C. Miss, 145 Maple
                                                                                                                             Wayside Terrace, R.F.D. 1, As-
       East Keansburg; Duggar, Gene in Rd., Orchard Acres, New Mon- Bank; Lanzer, Nancy Mrs., 267 bury Park; Dingman, Harry R., hurst; Sherwood, Joseph H. Ill, E., 2 Ave. B. Mieleville Tr. Pk., let; Sutton, Alice Mrs., Green Ave.; Lynch, Judith A. Miss, 34
       Lorraine Miss, 101 Seabreeze mouth; Loeser, Frederick L., 51 Rt. 35, MR, Red Bank; Mackey, Green Grove Rd., Box 202C, R. 220 Lewis St., Oakhurst; Sullivan, West Keansburg; Kru,», Elizabeth Grove Ave., West Keansburg, Irving PL; Lynch, Lynda Miss,
       Ave, East Keansburg; Durnien, Carol Rd., Middletown; Migliore, Ruth Katherine Miss, 29 Crest- D., Asbury Park; Dooley, Julia Owen, 225 Lawrence Ave., El- M. Mrs., 8 Ave. C. Mieleville Tr. mail: General Delivery, Keyport; 34 Irving PL; MacNamara, Wil-
      John, Columbia Way, East Charles, 220 Park Ave., Belford; view Dr., Red Bank; Meyers, Mrs., Jumping Brook Rd., Box beron Park; Suski, Victor A., 173 Pk., West Keansburg; Lamber- Thomas, Patricia A. Mrs., 316 liam P. Jr., 34 Irving PL; Schrul,
      Keansburg; Flannigan, R u t h Migliore, Clementine Mrs., 220 Frederick J., 61 Stephenville 555, R.F.D. 2, Neptune; Hun- Monmouth Rd., Oakhurst; Ve- son, Ethel Mrs.,' 19 Hudson Ave., Poole Ave., Keyport.                                                                                       Cornelia J. Mrs., 24 Irving PL;
       Mrs, 48 Sycamore Ave.. East Park Ave., Belford; Newman, Blvd., Red Bank;                                 Perlstein,                                          trano, Patricia R. Mrs., 256 Nor- West Keansbure; Lisse, Jerome                        District 9
                                                                                                                             dertpfund, Mary Catherine Mrs.,                                                                                                                                           Stafford, Lillian G. Mrs., 51A
      Keansburg; Flannigan, Stanley, Catherine B. Mrs., 23 Florence Harry, 30 Richard Ter., Shore- Cor. Green Grove Rd., Asbury wood Ave., Oakhurst; Wilks, C, 7 B. St.. Mieleville Tr. Pk., Anderson. Charles William, 557 Chestnut St.; Witkowski, Flor-
                                                                                                                                                                    Hildegard Mrs., 5 Garfield Ave., West Keansburg; Lisse, Shirley A. Lloyd Rd., Matawan; Ander-
      48 Sycamore Ave, East Keans-        Rd., Middletown; Newman, Ken- crest, Red Bank; Prantl, Mar-                                                                                                                                                                                                  ence Mrs., 294 Broad St., and
                                                                                                                             Ave., R.R. 2, Box 560, Neptune; Oakhurst; Woolley Michael S.,
      burg; Flood, Raymond J , 81 Pa- neth E., 23 Florence Rd., Mid- garet Mrs., 54 Chapel Hill Rd., Jenney, George H., Wayside Rd., Ill Dixon Ave., Elberon.                                          Mrs.. 7 B. St.. Mieleville Tr. Pk., son, Margaret L. Mrs., 557 A. Witkowski, Robert, 294 Broad
      cific Ave, East Keansburg; Gil- dletown; Pedee, Sidney, Tindall Red Bank; Roy, Leigh A. Mrs., Box 175M, R.D. 1, Asbury Park;                                                                     West Keansburg: Mogge. Robert, Lloyd Rd., Matawan; Collinge,
      bert, Eva Mrs, Bergen St., East Rd., Box 14, New Monmouth; 91 Linden Ave., Red Bank; Roy, Jones, Hubert LeRoy, Hamilton                                                                          6 Truman PL, West Keansburg; Rosalie Mrs., 13 Garden Ter., St.
      Keansburg; Giovinco, Vincenzo, Pierson, Mary Mrs., Tindall Rd., Russell W., 91 Linden Ave., Red Rd., West R.D. 2, Box 483, Neo-                                           District 3             McCoy, Donald G., 19 Ave. A., Hazlet; Estelle, Allen F., 15 Rose-                                            District 8
      35 Navesink Ave, East Keans- Box 1, Middletown; Pierson, Ray- Bank; Rue, John Edward Jr., 14 tune; Linkis, Walter, Shafto Rd., Bishop, James Vincent, 527 Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Keans- mary Dr., Hazlet; Foley Thomas Canonlco, Doris Mrs, 3 Rector
      burg; Harney, lone Mrs, 181 mond E., Kings Hwy. & Tindall Walnut St., Red Bank; Scarpa, Box 484A, R.D. 2, NeDtune; Mey- Laurel Ave., West Allenhurst: burg; Qumn, Joseph A., 4 Mary                                                  A., 13 Garden Ter., Hazlet; Loori, PL; Figueroa, Francesca S. Mrs,
       Bray Ave, East Keansburg; Rd., Five Corners, Box 1, Mid- Celeste Mrs., 114 Crestview Dr., ers, Lee. Box 178, R.D. 1. Asbury Bishop, Josephine D. Mrs.. 527 Ann Ct., West Keansburg; Rath- John J., 15 Garden Ter.. Hazlet; 127 Oakland St.; Gonzalez, Ed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            A ^#* • f • 111 f 1111 I | ward    Colon, 119 Shrewsbury
       Heinold, Charles W. Jr., 43 Bay dletown; Schoenlank, Richard H., Red Bank; Scarpa, Jack, 114 Park; McKnieht, Henry Norman, Laurel Ave., West Allenhurst; " • " • " ^* *"* p ' ' ^ i f c j w AL\« L44IOL/L4 t £Z* » J \ u LI I              *^*' ™ "^ ** » • » ^ab-pa


       Ave, East Keansburg; Howell, 65 Truax PL. Middletown; Simp- Crestview                        Dr.,    Red     Bank;                                           Gallagher. Edith F. Mrs.. 40 burn, Ruby Mrs, 18 John St |Loori, Nancy D. Mrs, 15 Garden Ave.; Medina, Julio Malave, 127
                                                                                                                            Whispering Pines Horse Farm, Grant Ave., RFD 1, Asbury Park; Mieleville Tr. P k , West Keans- - r "* , ""-'-*• » • - - - - «-•-—• M., Oakland St.; Patek, Jack, 83 Rec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hazlet; Morris, Robert -•
       Mary Edith Miss, 71 Navesink kins, Elsie M. Mrs,, 51 Tindall Schultz, Edwin A., 84 Stephen- Box 178, Rt. 1, Asbury Park:
       Ave., East Keansburg; Huber, Rd., Middletown; Simpkins, Jo- ville Blvd., Red Bank; Schultz, Perkins. Robert K., W. Park Gallagher, Joan E. Miss, 40 burg; Smith, Leo V , 8 Mary Ann 23 Coral Dr., Hazlet.                                                                                       tor PL; Perez, Angel, 172 Mori-
       Harry J , 273 Twilight Ave, East seph, 51 Tindall Rd., Middletown; Therese Mrs., 84 Stephenville AVP,, 17RA, RD. 1, Asbury Park; Grant Ave., RFD 1, Asbury Park; Ct,, Mieleville Tr. Pk. West                                                      District 11                                  mouth St.; Pharr, Lou Ella Mrs,
       Keansburg; Huber, Joan C. Mrs, Stensgard, Mabel L. Mrs., 69 Blvd., Red Bank, and Scott, Probert, Bernard L.. Box 178S, Jimmick, Marvin, 311 Crosby Keansburg; Sudlow, Paul P , 2 Mabe, Patricia J. Mrs. 9 Red 220 Monmouth St.; Phillip*, Jose-
       273 Twilight Ave, East Keans- Swartzel Dd., Middletown; Stens-              Madeline L. Miss, 403 Hwy. 35,                                                   Ave., Deal Park; Massar, Daisy Ave. D. Mieleville Tr. P k , West rtwd Ter., Hazlet.                                                phine Ann Miss, 154 Chestnut St.;
                                                                                                                             R.F.D. 1, Asbury Park; Pyle), C. Mrs., 510 Woodland Rd., West Keansburg; Sudlow, Sandra Mrs.,                                                                             Ribot, Carmen Mrs., 127 Oakland
       burg; Lenahan, Daniel J , 179 gard, Thomas F., Swartzel Dr., Red Bank.                                                Simon F..-Shark River Station Allenhurst; Massar, Leon E., 510 2 Ave. D. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West                             District 1
       Bray Ave, East Keansburg; Mer- Box 311, Middletown,, and Sulli-                                                                                                                    -     - -•-                                                                                                  St.; Ribot, Efrain, 127 Oakland
                                                                                                   District 19               Rd., Shafto's Corner, Box 475, Woodland Rd., West Allenhurst; Keansburg; Thayer, Dewey L., Decker, Anne Mrs., 254 River St.; Ribot, Isamsel, 127 Oakland
       ritt, Gertrude Mrs, 194 Ocean van; Danield, 77 Swartzel Dr., 'Applegate, Elizabeth L. Mrs., R.D. 2, Neptune; Tice, Arthur A.,                                                                                                        Rd.; Dolan, Patricia Miss, 258
       Ave, East Keansburg; Miller, Middletown.                                                                                                                     Mlynczak, Rose Mrs., 709 South 57 Hudson Ave., West Keansburg: River Rd.; Harris, Ennis Mrs., St.; Scofide, Arthur Frank, 24
                                                                                    115 Priscilla Dr.; Lincroft; Ap- W. Park Ave., Wayside'Box. 176A, Edgemere Dr., West Allenhurst; Thayer, Josephine M. Mrs. 57                                                                                      Locust Ave.; Scoduto, Eugene
       Mabel Miss, Port Monmouth Rd,                   District 12                  plegate, John H.,:. 115 Priscilla R.F.D. 1, Asbury Park; Wil- Molle, Charles K., 527 Laurel Hudson Ave., West Keansburg; 7 Alston Ct.^ Howard, Cynthia Joseph, 55 Rector PL;—Scott, • —
       East Keansburg; M
       East Keansbg;                 g M Bramlett, Charles M., 53 Lin- Dr., Lincroft; Folsom, Louise H. liajtis, Alice L. Mrs., Reevey- Ave., West Allenhurst; McDaniels Tyndall, Catherine M Mrs., 65 J. Mrs., 47 Harrison Ave.; John- Earl W, 1 Beattie Park; Tor-
       John, Krueger PI., East Keans- coln St., Red Bank; Colliver, Mrs, 49 Westwood Dr., Lincroft; town, Reeveytown Rd., c/o Bel- Donald C , 1 Grant Ave., P.O Thorne PL, West Keansburg; Van son, Emma Mrs., 256 River Rd. rado, Lois R, 77 Oakland St.;
       burg; Pasini, Mary Mrs., 35 Luther T., 36 Andoyer St., Red Gentile, "Louise Mrs, Middletown- mont Inn, Mail: Rt. 2, Box 481C, Deal; Pietroniro, Frank J.. 516 Sant, Gertrude H. J. Mrs. 39 Johnson, John "Laird, 256 River Torres, Amalio A, 127 Oakland
       Navesink Ave., East Keansburg; Bank; Colliver, Marilyn J. Mrs., Lincroft Rd, P.O. Box 92, Lin- Neptune, and Wright.' Robert J., Palmer Ave., West Allenhurst: Thorne PL, West Keansburg; Van Rd.; Kiger, Arthur F., 28 Wash- St, and Vasquez, Virgllio Gon-
       Sanns. William, 63 Carter Ave., 36 Andover St., Red Bank; Koro- croft: Hughes, Louise E. Mrs., Hamilton Rd., Box 473G, R.D. 2, Pietroniro, Mary K. Mrs., 516 Sant. John D., 39 Thorne PL, ington St.; Manahan, Dana Miss zalez, 127 Monmouth SI.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            55 E. Front St.; Melendez, Luis
       East Keansburg; Stefanski, Jean bow, Irene Mrs., 79 E. Wilson 106 Priscilla Dr., MR 1, Red Neptune.                                                          Palmer Ave., West Allenhurst; West Keansburg; Volpe, Anthony A, 17 Washington St.; McAmis,                                                      District I
       Mrs., VanBrunt PL, Box 91, Cir., Red Bank; Larou, Emanuel Bank; Kurz, Margaret Mrs, Mid-                                            District 3                                                                    West Keansburg;
                                                                                                                                                                    Pollack, Alvin H., 518 Corlies M., 18 Clark St., Jr., 3 Ave. D Tyrrell J. Mrs., 322 River Rd.; Acevedo, Angelo, 168 Shrews-
       Keansburg; Thiesmeyer, Helen K., 29 Field Ave., Red Bank; dletown-Lincroft Rd, Box 130, Hart, Clarine Mrs., 123 Cherry Ave., West Allenhurst; Reddy, Vozeh, Frank
       Mrs., 17 Navesink Ave., East Loori, Angelo M., 71 Common- MR, Red Bank; Kurz, Robert, St., Shrewsbury; Holley, Joseph Mary Alice Mrs., 1 Grant Ave., Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Keans- O'Reilly, Edward L., 16 Caro bury Ave.; Chaparro, Maro, 117
       Keansburg; Thompson, George wealth Ave., Red Bank; Loori, Middletown-Lincroft Rd, Box 130, B., 22 Cherry St.; Holmes, Edith Oakhurst; Rubin, Elsie Miss, 234 burg; Vozeh Kathleen Mrs., 3 Ct.; Ploplis, Edward J., 17 Har- Herbert St.; Chaparro, Gregorio
       V., 49 Shoreland Ter., East Anne N. Mrs., 71 Commonwealth MR, Red Bank; Macken, Con- Mrs,, 135 Cherry.St., Red Bank; Runyon Ave., West Deal; Smith, Ave. D. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West rison Ave.; Ploplis, Vincent, 17 Mrs, 117 Chestnut St.; Colon,
       Keansburg; Thompson, Mary Ave., Red Bank; Page, Chett G., stance Mrs, 2fi Hilltop\Cir, Lin- Lucisano, Steven P., 18 Terry Donald J., 517 Staffa St. West Keansburg; Weaver. Richard, 6 Harrison Ave.; Ritterman, Helene Ramon, 104 Leonard St.; Cool-
       Mrs., 49 Shoreland Ter., East 25 Cooper Blvd., Red Bank; croft; Macken, James T , 26 Hill- Lane; Markey, Bernard, 68 How- Allenhurst; Zauber, Kenneth P., Ave. D. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Miss, 71 E. Front St.; Scott, Wil- idge, George W, 14 Lelghton
       Keansburg; Walters, Max, Bray Page, Muriel Mrs., 25 Cooper top Cir, Lincroft; Piccotti, Gio- ard Ave., Red Bank; Mazza, 560 North Edgemere Dr., West Keansburg: West. Ben L., 4 Ave. liam Palmer HI, 13 Prospect Ave.; Cruz, Fundador, 31 Locust
       & Thompson Ave., East Keans- Blvd., Red Bank; Phillpott, Rob- vanni, Holmdel Rd, Lincroft, c/o Frank, 58 Steiven Ave.; Polton, Allenhurst.                                                      C. Mieleville Tr. Pk., West Keans- Ave.; Tyrrell, Alta Mrs., 322 Riv- Ave.; Czorniak, Lidia Miss, 91)
       burg; Wilhalme, Betty Ann Mrs., ert S., 23 Monroe St., Red Bank, Lincroft Inn; Tronolone, Andrew, Esther Mrs., 20 Howard Ave.,                                                                  burg; Williams, Margaret Miss, er Rd., and Whelan, Vincent M., Catherine St.; Daiz, . Aurelio
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       52 Bay Ave., East Keansburg; and Zilly, Jacob, 93 Longwood Jncrqft-Middletown Rd, Box Red Bank; Polton. Francis, 20 Acquaro,