Reds Harass Allied Ships by yaohongm

VIEWS: 186 PAGES: 20


                                       Law m-n                        Red Bank Area f                                                                                                                                                                      26,350
               T e n a n t * fair aad cooler. High
               b lew Ms. Oashek Thursday,                                                                                Copyright—llie Red Bank Register, Inc. 1966.
               fair ai                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DIAL 741-0010
                                                                                                MONMOUTH COUNTY'S HOME NEWSPAPER FOR 88 YEARS
           VOL. 89, NO. 46                  m dtlhr. Moodir thrauh rrid*?. Secou! Clui Puui>                                TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966                                                                                       7c PER COPY                          PAGE ONE
                                          PiU at R*« Buk u d at AMlttonil Utmat OOlou.

                                                                                                                        Teachers Drop All Sanctions
                                                                                                                 RED BANK — The sanctions          association's welfare committee      pledged to do at its Sept. 13       ball program, which was to get round of the dispute by retaining,
                                                                                                             that have hung over locaj schools     and the B o a r d of Education       meeting.                            underway this Thursday.          in the new agreement, a limited
                                                                                                             for nearly five months died a         p i e c e d together « negotiation      The settlement was timely and                                     use of sanctions in the future,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Within hours of the teacher-
                                                                                                             quick death at a meeting of the       agreement and grievance proce-       in time to save the extra-curric-                                    both sides have expressed the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            board agreement Sunday, prep-
                                                                                                             Red Bank Teachers' Association        dure acceptable to both sides.       ular program in the Red Bank                                         hope that they'll never be in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            arations for the football season
                                                                                                              last night.                            The welfare committee came         schools.                                                             voked here again.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            were underway, and school offi-
                                                                                                                 About 60 members met at 7         h o m e with « recommendation           When the sanctions were in-      cials don't expect any m a j o r The agreement sets up chan-
                                                                                                               i.m. in the high school cafeteria   that tlie association adopt them,                                        problems.                        nels for the negotiation of a num-
                                                                                                                                                                                        voked last spring, the teachers                                      ber of educational and teach-
                                                                                                             and, on paper ballots, voted over-    which it did, by the same mar-       withdrew from their non-paid ex-      Physical examinations w e r e er w e l f a r e matters, and the
                                                                                                             whelmingly to dissolve the sanc-      gin as the vote on the withdrawal    tra-curricular duties, but as of    conducted yesterday, and the means for appealing them to a
                                                                                                             tions immediately. There w e r e      of sanctions.                        the weekend they hadn't signed      turnout was poor because of the Teacher-Board Relations Commit-
                                                                                                             two dissenting votes.                         One Remaining Step           contracts for paid coaching and     short notice, but more physicals tee, to the Board of Education,
                                                                                                                 The action was expected. Dur-        The only step remaining to end    advisory jobs for the c o m i n g   have been scheduled for Thurs- and to an advisory arbitration
                                                                                                              ing a grueling, do-or-die bargain-   the long board-faculty dispute is     school year.                       day, and practice will begin on board. Only if those procedures
                                                                                                             ing session that lasted 16 hours      for the board to adopt the two          School opens Sept. 7, but in     schedule.                        fail would the teachers be in a
                                                                                                             Saturday and early Sunday, the        documents as policy. This it has     greatest Jeopardy was the foot-       Although the teachers won a position to use sanctions again.

   SAFETY TOUR—Nutswamp-Normandy Rd. intersection in Middletown was inspected
                                                                                                                Reds Harass
                                                                                                                Allied Ships
   yesterday by, Jeft to right, Harry W . Nesbitt, safety director of Earle Naval Am-
   munition Depot; Sgt. Kenneth Luker, head of township traffic bureau, and Henry
   J . Ney, Monmouth County traffic engineer. At conclusion of tcur, agreement was
   reached on county-Earle participation in improving safety devices at crossing where
   near fatal car-truck collision occurred Thursday morning.
                                                                                                                 By ROBERT TUCKMAN                   The U.S. command said a northwest of Dong Hoi. The pilot

  Safety Devices Planned                                                                                        SAIGON, South Viet Nam
                                                                                                              (AP) — The Viet Cong kept up
                                                                                                              harassment of allied shipping to-
                                                                                                              day with an unsuccessful attack
                                                                                                                                                  mine exploded near a Navy pa- bailed, out but was not rescued
                                                                                                                                                  trol boat in the Co Chien River, and was listed as missing. It
                                                                                                                                                  55 miles southwest of Saigon, was the 347th American plane
                                                                                                                                                  but the blast caused no damage reported lost in the air war
                                                                                                                                                  or casualties.
                                                                                                              on a U.S. Navy river patrol                                             against the North.

  At Hazardous Crossing
                                                                                                              boat in the canal-laced Mekong
                                                                                                                                                     Then Viet Cong on the shore Ground action in South Viet
                                                                                                                                                  opened up with about 100 rounds Nam came to a near standstill
                                                                                                                  As the Communists staged of automatic fire. But the boat with only patrol skirmishes re-
                                                                                                               their fifth attack on the water- was not hit and its crew re- ported.
                           A blinker section is under Navy jurisdic- He estimated cost to the coun- ways within eight days, the U.S. turned the fire. Results of the Guam-based                           B52 bombers
  light and a number of other safe- tion" because of the urgency of ty to be between $600 and $1,000, Navy sent aloft helicopter gun- American fire were not known, made two raids today. One for-
  ty devices will be installed at providing improved safety pre- depending on fees charged by the ships to support its river boat an American spokesman said. mation hit an enemy troop con-
  the Nutswamp-Normandy Rd. in- cautions. He said cost s h a r e Jersey Central Power & Light fleet. It is the first time the                              Heavy Air Raids             centration and training camp 40
  tersection, the scene of Thurs- would be ironed out later with Co. for electrical installation.              Navy has flown its own armed American warplanes pounded miles southwest of Saigon at
  day's car-truck collision injuring Navy officials.                          The flashing signal, to be helicopters.                                                                  dawn. Another formation struck
                                                                                                                                                   North Viet Nam in more heavy at a North Vietnamese infiltra-
  lour persons, one critically.
                                          Mr. Ney reported that the or- placed on the span wire mounted Navy pilots and crews took raids Monday, flying 133 multi tion route a few miles south of
     Freeholder Harry Larrison, der already has been placed for across Normandy Rd., will face over operation of the UH-LB plane missions against oil de-
                                                                                                                                                                                       the demilitarized zone and 20
  Jr., director of highways, yester- the blinker light, with delivery four directions, with the amber Huey helicopters from Army pots, truck convoys and other
                                                                                                                                                                                        miles west of Dong Ha, in
  day authorized installation of the expected within six weeks "max- light facing the Navy road am teams after on-the-job training targets in the southern Panhan-
                                                                                                                                                                                       Quang Tri Province, the U.S
  blinker light and other safety imum." Prompt installation will the red light facing Nutswam] aboard the USS Tortuga, a dock dle and coastal areas.
                                                                                                                                                                                       command said.
  measures on the recommen- be handled immediately on de- Rd., a county road.                                  landing ship stationed off the One U.S. F105 Thunderchief
  dation of Henry J. Ney, county livery by the county contractor.                (See CROSSING, Page 3)         coast as base for the choppers. was shot down Monday 15 miles                       Ship Mined
  traffic engineer, who yesterday                                                                                                                                                          The series of Attacks on allied
  morning inspected the hazardous                                                                                                                                                       shipping began with the mining
  intersection with Harry W. Nes-

                                        Doss Refuses Questioning
                                                                                                                                                                                        last Tuesday of the U.S. mer-
  bitt, Earle Naval Ammunition                                                                                                                                                          chant ship Baton Rouge Victory, WES — Nicholas Piantanida, 33-year-old Brick Town-
  Depot safety director, and Sgt.                                                                                                                                                       She was hit 20 miles southeast ship parachutist who had lain in a coma since his last
  Kenneth Luker, head of the town-                                                                                                                                                     of Saigon in the main shipping attempt to let the world's free fall record, died yester-
  thip traffic bureau.
                                                                                                                                                                                       channel to the capital and seven
     W h e n informed of develop-                                                                                                                                                                                               day at the Veteran's Administration hospital in Philadel-
                                                                                                                                                                                       of her crew of 45 Americans

                                        On Two Unsolved Slayings
  ments, Arthur C, Davenport, 2                                                                                                                                                        were killed.                             phia. He never regained consciousness since the May
  Adele Ct., leader of the Nut-                                                                                                                                                           On Saturday, a South Viet- 1 accident.                                               (AP WirephotoJ
  swamp-Normandy Rd. citizens                                                                                                                                                          namese landing craft hit a Viet
  safety group, hailed the move                                                                                                                                                        Cong mine in a river 54 miles
  t s "the most astounding quick
  action on a problem by county, FREEHOLD - Accused killer tingent on the suspect's okay, think it over for a while," the Klinsky, 18, of Raritan Town- several casualties. A govern-
  local and federal officials we've William George Doss yesterday told the prosecutor of Doss's de- prosecutor said.
  ever known to be taken."             refused to be questioned by Mon- cision.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        'Chutist, in Coma
                                                                                                                                                                                       southwest of Saigon, causing
                                                                                                                                                   ship, and Joanne Fantazier, 17, v e n t minesweeper hit a mine
                                                                                                                  If Doss had given his consent, of Perth Amboy, Both died from             (See VIET NAM, Page 3)

                                                                                                                                                                                          Right to Know Since May 1, Dies
              Urgent Matter            mouth County Prosecutor Vin- While the 20-year-old Wall Mr. Greenberg would have been skull, fractures.
      In a statement yesterday,        cent P. Keuper on two unsolved Township knitting machine op- present during the entire ques- Doss contends that he knows
  Freeholder Larrison said he au- killings of teenage girls.               erator did not agree to be ques- tioning.                               nothing about any of the killings,
  thorized county installation of the Bernard L. Greenberg, Doss's tioned now, Mr. Keuper said he The two unsolved murders that Mr. Greenberg has said.
  flashing light "even though the attorney, who earlier consented may try again later.                         Mr. Keuper wanted to question Doss was arrested last Tues-                 Law Expanded                          BRICK TOWNSHIP, (AP) - "The first few jumps scared
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            A friend once asked Nick Pi- the hell out of me," he admit-
  Nutswamp-Normandy Rd. inter- to the interview which was con- "We'll give him a chance to Doss about were of Mary Ann day for the bludgeon slaying of                                     TRENTON (   (AP) — New Jer- antanida if he wasn't scared at ted.
                                                                                                                                                   Donna DeRier, 19, of Hawthorne                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ih       k "
                                                                                                                                                                                                  right to know" l   laws
                                                                                                                                                  Aug. 3 in an Allaire State Park were expanded yesterday to re- the idea of jumping 23 miles, us- Piantanida described his start
                                               Federal Aid Being Sought                                                                           woods, Wall Township.                  quire open meetings by school
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ing mostly low-altitude gear.        in parachuting this way:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The      33-year-old    chutist
                                                                                                                                                     Besides this, he also is charged boards In drawing school bud- shrugged his rock-like shoulders "I was doing some piloting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and, considering the derelict air-

         Eye $225,000 Library Plan                                                                                                                with raping a 22-year-old Nep- gets.
                                                                                                                                                  tune City woman in Howell Town-
                                                                                                                                                  ship, June 11.
                                                                                                                                                     He now is awaiting Grand Jury to law requiring public meet-
                                                                                                                                                  action in the county jail.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Gov. Richard J. Hughes
                                                                                                                                                                                         signed a three-Mil package In-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and answered:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Today Piantanida is dead,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 planes I was flying, I figured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I'd better learn to bail out."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Then it became a business. He
                                                                                                                                                                                         ings to be held when adopt- victim of the jump. He had lain began teaching and testing. With
      RED BANK — The first step tified the borough's pledge of sin- ity study ordered by the Library U. S. Post Office at 105 Broad                                                                                                                              partners, he founded SPCACE,
                                                                                                                                                     Miss Klihsky's body was found big county vocational school in a coma since May 1, the date
   in financing a $225,000 addition cerity to the state commissioner Board.                                    St. for library use. The borough                                                                                                                  Inc., bf New York, which spon-
                                                                                                                                                   along the Garden State Parkway district and county college bud- of his third try. As in the other
  to the public library was taken of education.                               The cost is broken down into rejected that plan and decided to                                                                                                                    sored his various jumps.
                                                                                                                                                   in Holmdel Township last Sept. gets and operating expenditures attempts, a mechanical failure
   by Borough Council last night, The action- is required before $160,000 for construction; $28,000 expand its facilities at the exist-
                                                                                                                                                   15. She was nude and had been for public grade and high prevented his jump.                                     Harold S. Evans, a 30-year-old
   and council heard the first hints Red Bank applies for the grant for furniture and equipment; ing Eisner Memorial Library, 84                                                         schools.                               The last time, Piantanida rose member of Piantanida's ground
   of public opposition to the plan. under the federal aid to educa- $10,000 for site preparation; and         West Front St.
                                                                                                                                                     The body of Miss Fantazier             Assemblyman Robert N. Wll- to 57,000 feet under a balloon. crew, has already announced
      Adopted by the governing body tion act. Sept. 15 is the dead- the balance for architectural and Mr. Zar said that during his was found on a frozen pond in entz, D-Middlesex, was chief His oxygen supply suddenly failed he'll try the same jump In his
   was a resolution obligating the     line for the grant application, Mr. legal fees and contingencies.       previous appearances he had
                                                                                                                                                   Colts Neck Township Feb. 11 sponsor of the package. He wit- and his muffled cry over his friend's honor on Dec. 3.
   borough to pick up the bill for O'Hem said.                                For the first time in several been told expansion might be ac- She had not been molested and nessed the signing of the mea- radio — "Emergency, emergen- Evans will use basically the
   the balance of the cost if it gets The estimated cost of the 10,556 months council heard from Paul          complished for around $50,000.
                                                                                                                                                   was fully clothed.                    sures in the governor's office. cy1' — were his last words. same equipment, jumping from
   the $50,000 that is being sought square foot, two-s t o r y addition Zar, 152 Spring St., a sometime- Then he heard the $200,000 figure,                                                                                                                     the same southeastern Minnesota
   in federal aid.                     had been announced previously critic, sometime-supporter of li- and last night that had climbed                                                                                          For nearly four months, he site.
                                                                                                                to $225,000. "That's a lot of                                                                               clung to life under the threat of

                                                                                                                                                    Girl's Death Spurs
      No m o n e y was appropriated    as $200,000. The new $225,000 fig- brary expansion plans here.                                                                                                                                                              Contributions for Piantanida's
   last night. Acting Mayor Daniel ure was described as a revised It was Mr. Zar who was behind money, Mr. Mayor," he said.                                                                                                 permanent brain damage. But at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                family—Jiis wife and three chil-
   J. O'Hem said the resolution cer- estimate made after a feasibil- the move to acquire the former                      Opposes Big Cast                                                                                     :45 p.m. yesterday at the Phila- dren in Brick Township had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            delphia Veteran's Administration reached $3,500 when word of his
                                                                                                                   Mr. Zar said he was opposed to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Hospital, he died.                  death came.
                                                                                                                such a large expenditure for ex-

   County Plans for Bridge                                                                                      pansion on the present site. He
                                                                                                                said he didn't think the citizen
                                                                                                                ry wanted it there, and it would
                                                                                                                                                    Street Sale Rules
                                                                                                               be close to neither the h i g h RED BANK—An accident that announced last night that t h e diver,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Danger wasn't danger to Pi- Janice, the chutist's wife, had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            antanida. His past includes har- always worried but never tried
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            rowing experiences as a skin- to interfere with the free fall at-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mountain-climber and tempts, Piantanida once said.
                                                                                                               school nor the primary g r a d e took the life of a little girl on First Aid Squad had called for hunter. He once made his living "I guess she understands," he

   Kill Apartment Proposal                                                                                     school proposed for construction B r a n c h Ave. Thursday may safeguards a g a i n s t the recur- capturing wild animals for zoos said,
                                                                                                                on the westside.                   prompt new legislation control rence of similar tragedies.                  nd laboratories.                    He apparently understood, too.
                                                                                                                   "It is-my hope that the clti ling the sale of food on this bor- Mr. O'Hern turned the squad's Since his first jump in 1M3, Each trip, including the last, Pi-
      RED BANK — The county has previous cases Borough Council for information from the county. zens of Red Bank will circulate ough's streets.                                        request over to Borough Attor- the parachutist had skydived the antanida kept with him a small
   a tentative plan for a two-span had heard vigorous objection from Mr. Bryan displayed a map a petition and ask that this be Acting Mayor Daniel J. O'Hern ney Patrick J. McGann who will distance from Washington to Bos- ;old charm — his wife's wedding
   bridge over the Swimming River the neighborhood and rejected drawn by county engineers and put on a referendum so the pub-                                                          study the possibilities of a new                                         band.
                                       the application. But when it came marked as a preliminary plan. lic can speak," he declared.                                                    ordinance, and report back to
L a t Newman Springs Rd.
  \ Announcement of the plan put up the third time, earlier this               It showed two bridges over the At that remark, Edward Ly-            Coppolino                          Borough Council.
   lU abrupt halt to talk of apart- month, council tabled the appli- Swimming River — the existing man of 20 Munson PI., rose and
   ment construction in that area cation until it could see the coun- one to carry two lanes of east- pledged himself to help in the
                                       ty's plan for widening Newman bound traffic and a new one just circulation of a petition.                    Moved To
                                                                                                                                                                                          Five-year-old Robin Ann Bauer
                                                                                                                                                                                       was killed alter she had pur-
                                                                                                                                                                                       chased two ice cream bars from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Russell Raps House
     \ night.
      Borough Council had convened Springs Rd.
   In a special session to consider It was a good thing council westbound traffic. The parallel the architect engaged by the Li-
   a variance request by Dr. Wil- waited.
                                                                            like it to carry two lanes of T h o m a s Lehman of Newark,

                                                                           26-foot spans were shown 21 brary Board, was in the audi-
                                                                                                                                                    County Jail
                                                                                                                                                                                       a vendor parked on Branch Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                       and started back across the
                                                                                                                                                                                       street to her house.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Plan on Reservists
                                                                           feet apart.                         ence, and he was asked by Mr.          SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — Dr. Police Chief George H. Clay                     WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. terms — and I have had no op-
   liam Wood of Rumson, who want-                  County Plan                                                                                                                                                              Richard B. Russell said today a portunity to study the bill itself
   ed to build a 20-unit apartment After hearing some more ob- The bridges would, according to Zar what alternate sites had been Carl Coppolino was transferred ton said the accident was the House committee's plan to au-
                                                                                                                                                  Monday from the maximum se- first traffic death of a child since                                              — it looks like a pale substitute
   house at the corner of Newman jections, receiving a protest pe- the plan, lead to divided ap- investigated.                                                                                                             thorize President Johnson to call for what is needed."
                                                                                                                                                  curity room at Sarasota Memo- he had become chief.
   Springs Rd. and Munson PI.          tition, and hearing the applicant's proaches on the Red Bank side Mr. Lehman said only the post                                                                                      ip about 190,000 Reservists ap- The Senate adopted 66 to 21
                                                                                                                                                   rial Hospital to county jail.
      The Zoning Board of Adjust- case presented fiy attorney Bcnc- sof r thes river, making Newman office and the present site had                                                       Police said the car that struck
   ment, as it had twice before in diet R. Nicosia, council asked P ,' 8 ' « •
                                                                                 n       a
                                                                                           (our-lane divided been studied.                           Coppolino, charged with mur- the girl was not going fast. She >ears to be "a pale substitute last week a Russell amendment
   recent years, recommended ap- Borough Clerk John Bryan to highway where it passes the en-                              Plan Endorsed           der in Florida and New Jersey, was knocked down as she moved or what is needed."                              to allow the President to require
   proval of the variance. In both report on the borough's request         trance to Munson PI.                   Mr. O'Hern then commented was hospitalized a week ago out from in front of the ice cream Russell's chilly reception greet- 18 months service from all Re-
                                                                              The entrance to the local street that a great deal of study had when he complained of chest truck.                                           ed House Armed Services Com- servists or Guardsmen with less
                                                                           would be widened, and on the gone into the decision, and he ains.                                             Mr. O'Hern said he couldn't mittee approval of a bill which than six months active duty —
                                                                           north side of Ncwmah Springs gave it his personal endorsement. His lawyers, meanwhile, were say what kind of controls might would authorize the President to an estimated 500,000 mm.
                    Today's Index                                          Rd. a much-widened Hance Ave.          He said he and Councilmen granted a preliminary hearing be placed on vending vehicles to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           place on active duty some 5G.000 But the House rejected the Rus-
                                                                           would join the county road at an John Arnone and Thomas Oak- on a first-degree murder charge preclude such accidents, but sug- lomlrilling Reservists and about sell amendment, tacked onta tho
                                                                           intersection containing a traffic cy had checked alternate sites, against the 34-year-old anesthesi- gested that the trucks might be 33,000 other Reservists who have $5S-billion defense money bill,
     Bob Held, U, of Monmouth Boat Club leads in North                     island.                                                                                                    restricted to low-speed streets or lot completed training.                largely on grounds its Armed
                                                                                                                 ncluding the post office and the ologist.
     Amer lean Sailing championships on Lake Michigan .... Psge 12                     Five I-anes             vacant Acme Market at Broad Circuit Court Judge John Jus- required to park in safe places. The President has not asked Services Commitlee was working
     Stock market takes shurp loss amid heavy sales                           East of Hance Ave., five traffic St. and Lcroy PI., and the cur- tice left It up to trial Judge                                              for sue!) authority and many on a separate measure.
                                                                                                                                                                                           1966 Pontlacs & Tempeits        members of Congress have ex- \VI—'i tli? House coi»'*iitt»e ap-
     volume                                                      Page S lanes are shown, including a left rent plnn was found to be the Lynn Silvcftooth to set the date.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Reduced to sell. Rassas Pon-
                                Page                                 Page  turn lane for westbound traffic most economical.                       Silvertooth has been on vaca- lac, Red Dank. 741-5180. (Adv.) pressed doubt he would ever use proved its bill by a 31-1 voto
                                                                           turning into Hance Ave.                                                                                                                         it.                                  Monday, Chairman I.. Mendel
     Allen-Scott                        Herblock                                                                  To hnve remodeled the post of- tion throughout August, but is
                                                                              The apparent effect on Dr. fice building would have c o s t due back on the bench for Cop-                            Pet Center                 Russell, D-Ga.. who heads the Rivers, D S C , called it a re-
     Amusements                    I t Movie Timetable                 1*                                                                                                                                                  Senate Armed Services Commit-
     Births                             Obituaries                      4 Wood's property prompted Mr. about the same as to build the polino's arraignment Thursday. Opening Sept, 1. 8 Mechanic tee, told a newsman he is going finement of the language of tho
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Russell proposal.
     Bridge                              Svlvla Porter                  • Nicosia to withdraw the vari- proposed addition, and would not Coppolino is charged with mur- St., Red Bank, (Adv.)                              to await developments.
     John Chamberlain                   Sporti                      H U ance application immediately.          have yielded as much f l o o r dering his wife, Carmela, Aug.                                                                                       Rivers said approval of the
     Classified                 14-18 Stock Market                      5     "This is the first time I've space, he said. Moreover, t h e 28, 1965. In Now Jersey, he is IMS Chevrolet Cars & Trucks                          "There is a question in my House measure would eliminate
     Comics                              Successful Investing           I seen this. It cuts into the prop- borough would have had to re- charged with murder in the death Tremendous Savings Nowl Me- mind whether this House bill goes any notion that potential draftees
     Crossword Puizle ..                Television                     II erty so we couldn't possibly put tain th« Eisner Library as a of retired Army Lt. Col. William CARthy Chevrolet 291-1101.                        far enough," he said.                could find a haven by joining
     Editorials                          Women's News                7, 8        (See BRIDGE Page 3)                (See LIBRARY, Page 3)         E. Farber in Middletown.            (Adv.)                                   "From press accounts of its the Reserves.

                                                                                                                                             air Haven Yad^t Works5
2—Tue«Uy, August 30, 1966             THE DAILY REGISTER

Rule Prompt Hookups
To Sewer System                                                                                                                             Rebuilding Plan Supported
                                                                                                                                               FAIR HAVEN-Carl Gerding's          parking places be permanently      devaluate surrounding homes, all
   MIDDLETOWN - Under the sical difficulty will be heard with
                                                                                                                                             Fair Haven Yacht Works, which        set out, that inoperative vehicles in a one-family residential zone.
nesvy mandatory hookup ordi- a sympathetic ear.                                                                                              burned to the ground last Dec.                                          It required that the yard use
                                                                                                                                                                                  and boats damaged m the fire
nance adopted last night by the The ordinance provides that                                                                                  15, won an affirmative recommen-     be removed, as well as tihe tem-   due consideration to neighbors to
Board of Health, residents will residents be served with a 90-                                                                              dation fora use variance to per-      porary structure from which Mr.    minimize disturbance, and
                                  day notice to connect. Failure (o                                                                          mit rebuilding frx>m the Zoning                                         stated that the variance in no
be subject to a minimum $25 fine                                                                                                                                                   ierding now conduct* the busi-
                                  do so within this time period will                                                                         Board of Adjustment last night.                                         way waives the borough's right to
for failure to connect promptly result in a $25 fine plus $10 for                                                                                                                  ess.
with a local sewer system.                                                                                                                      At a special session called' to     Other conditions prohibit boat mforce its riparian grant at tte
                                  each dty of further delay.                                                                                 expedite the matter, the board
   But, board members stressed, Replacing an existing ordi-                                                                                                                       building and limit the boat yard's foot of DeNormandie Ave.
                                                                                                                                             voted unanimously to continue
cases involving financial or phy- nance adopted by the Township                                                                                                                   activities to storage, maintenance Borough Engineer Henry La
                                                                                                                                             the use variance the boatyard                                           brecque had said Mr. Gerding's
                                  Committee in April, 1964, the                                                                                                                   and repair of boats.
                                                                                                                                            jhas maintained since. 1925 when
                                  new ruling in effect transfers au-                                                                         it was established.                    The board foujid no evidence dock may overlap the grant. A
                                  thority from the committee to                                                                                John A. Flood, Jr., attorney       the continuation of the use would survey has been made to clear

       Births                     the Board of Health. The previ
                                  ous ordinance called for a lump
                                  sum fine of {290 for failure to
                                                                                                                                             for Mr. Gerding, will resubmit
                                                                                                                                             the proposal to Borough Council,
                                                                                                                                             probably at its Sept. 12 meeting.    President
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     this point.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Gerding was permitted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     six-foot fence between the yard
                                  connect.                                                                                                                                                                           and its adjacent neighbors. An            IN WYOMING — Airman
                                                                                                                                             A use variance application may
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      application by Benjamin Warren,          Herbert R. Bush, son of Mr.
                                    Meeting solely to hear public
                                  opinion and to adopt the new or-
   Mr. and Mrc. Ronald Burdge dinance, the board last night
                                                                                                                                             be rejected by the zoning board
                                                                                                                                             or recommended for borough           To Address                         one of these neighbors, to erec
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      a seven-foot fence, was denied.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and Mrs. Herbert E. Bush of
                                                                                                                                              council consideration.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 15 Black Point Rd., Rumion,
 (nee Edni Carter), Farmingdale, was beseiged with questions SATELLITE VIEW OF HURRICANE — This photograph
daughter, yesterday.              from residents running into indi                                                                              The recommendation included
                                                                         of Hurricane Faith taken yesterday by weather satellite conditions that all construction,
                                                                                                                                                                                  Vets Group                            Mr. Gerding wishes to build
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      a showroom-office of cinderblock,        hai been auigned to Francis
   Mr. and Mrs. Frank Valentino vidual problems occurring with                                                                                                                                                        with metal roof, and an unpainted        E. Warren AFB, Wyo., after
                                                                                                                                                                                    WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi
 (nee Diane Geiie), RD 2, Farm- hookups to the Willett Acres sys- ESSA-2 shows the massive swirling clouds of the storm grading and fencing be completed                                                              steel' workshop. The board re-
 ingdale, ion, yesterday.         tem. Board members, concerned when it was centered about 570 miles east of Miami. within the year, that 33 auto                                 dent Johnson speaks today to an quired "proper ornamentation'                completing Air Force basic
   Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Guadagno with . passing the township-wide The picture shows fringe winds reaching as far west as                                                            American Legion national con- on the office.                                 training. The airman, a 1964
 (nee Diane Ceragoli), 12 Avon ordinance requested by Bache
 Dr. Freehold, daughter, yester- and Co., New York City broker the outer Bahama Islands and long trails of clouds ex-                          AP Business                        vention which seems eager to                                                 graduate of Rumson-Fair Ha-

 day.                             age firm had few specific an- tending into the Caribbean south of the Dominican Re-                                                             back a firm policy in Viet Nam.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Need Officers                           ven Regional High School,

                                  swers for residents.
                                                                         public and Puerto Rico. Picture was released by the                   Columnist                            Even as the White House atv                                                will be trained on the job as

           Lor.} Branch
                                    Bache and Co. has agreed to
                                  bid on the sewer authority bonds National Hurricane Canter at Miami. (AP Wirephoto)
                                                                                                                                                                                  nounced Johnson had accepted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Naming For                              a surveyor with the Military
   Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warde needed for construction of the                                                                                    To Retire                          an invitation to address the con-                                            Airlift Command.
 (nee Phyllis Bebus), 60S Stock- proposed municipal sewer sys-
well La., Neptune, daughter, yes- tem.
                                                                      Racial Disturbances                                                       NEW YORK (AP) - Sam Daw-
                                                                                                                                                                                  vention, a committee was draft-
                                                                                                                                                                                  ing a resolution calling for as      UR Action Abuse of                                     Drugs
 terday.                            A proposal made by Mrs. Irv-                                                                             son, business news analyst for       many troops as needed for vic-         OCEANPORT - Naming of of-
   Mr. and Mrs. George Bosquet ing T. Bartlett, Kings Hwy., that                                                                             The Associated Press for more        tory to be sent to Viet Nam.         ficers of the borough's Citizen Is Speaker's Topic
 (nee Helen Hayes), Box 316 Am- the board adopt an amendment
boy Rd., Morganville, daughter, to the new ordinance giving it
yesterday.                        some latitude in enforcing the
                                                                      Centered in Midwest                                                    than 16 years, will retire Wednes-
                                                                                                                                             day.        .
                                                                                                                                                                                    A spokesman for the conven-
                                                                                                                                                                                  tion's foreign relations commit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Advisiory Committee is all thai       MATAWAN - William F. Hill,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       stands in the way of finalizatior local representative of Smith
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of the municipality's urban re- Kline and French Laboratories,
                                  law in cases of physical or fi- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At Waukegan, III., police en- He will be succeeded by John                              tee said another major resolu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       newal study application.           Philadelphia p h a rtn a c e utical
           RIVERVIEW              nancial difficulty, was accepted Bands           of    Negro     youths forced a 7:30 p.m. curfew and T. Cunniff as author of "Today's          tion would warn Red China not
            Red Bank              enthusiastically by board mem- roamed Benton Harbor, Mich., prevented a recurrence of three Business Mirror," a daily col-                      to enter the conflict.                  Fred C. Geiger, Planning Board firm, will be the featured speak-
   Mr. and Mrc. John Oswald (nee bers.                               Monday night, stoning store- days or rioting. They arrested mn.                                                                                   secretary and chairman of the er Monday, Sept. 12, at the first
                                                                                                                                                                                    In a preconvention news con-
Shirley Sickles), 201 Eighth St, The board adopted the ordi fronts and automobiles as the more than S curfew violators Dawson, 65, wrote his first col-
                                                                                                                          O                                                                                            board's urban renewal commit- fall meeting of the Matawan
Belford, daughter, yesterday.     nance as originally published, northern Midwest stayed in the in a Negro neighborhood and umn in IMS. It soon became one
                                                                                                                                                                                  ference, Legion Commander L.         tee, said last night that the form Borough Auxiliary of the Bay-
   Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sanns but said it would meet with the center of the racial scene.                   charged them all with mob ac- of the most widely published bus-         Eldon James backed U.S. Viet         is expected to be completed by shore Community Hospital in
(nee Judith May), 1S3 Ninth St, Sewer Authority to discuss an Police Lt. Meredith Rynear- tion.                                                                                   Nam policy but said "we are          Harry Van Note, borough Clerk, Trinity Episcopal Church.
                                                                                                                                             iness columns in the country and
Belford, son, yesterday.          amendment.                         son said some persons were ar- Police said one-third of the ar- was read by millions.                        going to have to show more de-       and returned to the board within Mr. Hill, who lives in Wall
                                                                      rested     during     the    second restees were from outside of Dawson joined The AP in New                                                      10 days.                          Township, will apeak on drug
                                                                                                                                                                                  termination and force."
                                                                     straight night of unrest in the Waukegan. They said they con- York in 1925. H« left two years                  He said the Communists "are           The advisory committee has abuse. "The Hidden Sickness."
                                                                     southwest Michigan city of 20,- fiscated- automatic pistols, re- later to work on newspapers in              going to have to be deprived of      been named by Borough Coun- The meeting will begin'at 8:30
                                                                     000, including some white per- volvers, ax handles, rubber Arizona but returned to The AP                    such facilities" of supply and       cil. That unit, however, has not p.m.      Refreshments will be
                                                                     sons for shotguns and bats in hoses, knives, hammers and staff in 1937 as correspondent                      infiltration as Haiphong Harbor      named its officers.                served after the-meeting.' New
                                                                     the car.                             lengths of pipe.                   at Tucson, Ariz.                     and the Ho Chi Minh Trail.             The board last night gave final members are welcome.
                                                                         He said about 30 extra officers Nineteen          of the arrestees After service with the Army             The Legion put on its big pa-      approval to a subdivision plat
                                                                     were called in from neighboring were white, police said. The Air Corps in World War II, he                   rade Monday, some 12,000             submitted by Woodland Valley,            BEATLES END TOUR
                                                                     communities and from the state rest were Negroes. ,                     came to the business news de-        marchers stepping it along           Inc., Red Bank, for its Goose- SAN FRANCISCO - The Bea-
                                                                     police as three or four gangs            'We're stamping it out as artment in New York.                                                           neck Point tract.

    Shake hands
                                                                                                                                                                                  Pennsylvania and Constitution                                           tles wrapped up another success-
                                                                     each with 35 to 100 Negro soon as it starts," said Police Cuniff, 37, has served on the                      avenues before an estimated             The panel also approved pay- ful tour of the United States laat
                                                                     youngsters roved through a pre- Lt. Patrick Quilty.                     business news staff for more than    130,000 spectators. There were       ment of $1,800 to Cahdeub and night with a performance in Can-
                                                                     dominantly Negro area.                                                  five years. He has been editor       missiles and snappy units from       Fleisslg, professional planners, dlestick Park amid the screams
                                                                                                             The curfew had been ordered
                                                                         Eight youths had been arrest-                                       in charge of the business news       the armed forces, scores of          for conducting the preliminary "' some 25,000 hysterical young-

                                                                                                          Monday after seven persons
                                                                     ed Sunday during a melee which                                          desk for the paat three years.       bands, beautiful girls on floats.    urban renewal study.               sters.
                                                                                                          were injured and 64 arrested
                                                                     ensued when officers tried to
                                                                                                          during a spree of rock, bottle,
                                                                     disperse a crowd.
                                                                                                          and fire-bomb throwing by

                                                                                                          about 500 Negroes Sunday night
                                                                               Weather                    — the third straight night of
                                                                                                            iolence in a southside area.
                                                                         New Jersey: Mostly sunny
                                                                      quite warm and humid today. Fifty miles up the western
                                                                      High in upper 80s and lower 90s, shore of Lake Michigan, quiet
                                                                      except near 80 at coast. Partly returned to the Milwaukee,

             '"                                                       cloudy tonight. Low 60-65 north Wis.,        suburb of Wauwatosa,
                                                                     65-70 south. Tomorrow fair and home of some 60,000 whites and
                                                                      cooler. High in lower 80s. Out- a dozen, Negro families, as dem-
                                                                      look for Thursday, fair with lit- onstrators paraded for an elev-
                                                                      tle temperature change.
                                                                                                          enth night.
                                                                                                             Escorted by National Guards-
                                                                         Cape May to Block Island: men, about 200 demonstrators
                                                                      South to southwest winds 10 to 20 walked' unthreatened through
                                                                     knots shifting to north to north- the pleasant residential area
                                                                     east 10 to 15 knots late tonight where on previous nights hostile
                                                                     and tomorrow morning. Mostly whites had surged toward them
                                                                      cloudy with fog today. Fair late screaming curses.
                                                                      tonight and Wednesday. Visibil- Four blocks away, about 300
                                                                      ity one to three miles except lo- whites,, heavily outnumbered by
                                                                      cally less than one mile improv- guardsmen and police, were                                                                                                                                                          f   ;
                                                                      ing to five miles with wind shift. halted behind barricades.
                                                                                      TIDES                  The march was held after Cir-
                                                                                  Sandy Hook               cuit Judge Robert Cannon re-
                                                                          TODAY - High 8:30 p.m. and       fused to confer in the presence
                                                                       low 2:24 p.m.                       of newsmen with demonstration
                                                                          TOMORROW - High 8:45 a.m. leaden, who want him to resign
                                                                       and 9:06 p.m. and' low 2:54 a.m. either as a judge or as a mem-
                                                                       and 3:06 p.m.                       ber of the Fraternal Order of
                                                                          For Red Bank and Rumson Eagles, which they say bars
                                                                       bridge, add two hours; Sea Negroes from membership.
                                                                        Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long A spokesman said 'the group
                                                                       Branch, deduct 15 minutes; chose Cannon's house to march
                                                                        Highlands bridge, add 40 min- upon and his membership to
                      Lucky Strike Green.                               utes.                               challenge because he is consid-
                                                                          Yesterday's        in Monmouth ered
       The fine tobacco cigarette with menthol. Beach 70; lowhigh Overnight low public more liberal more likely
                                                                                        68.                         officials and
                                                                                                                                  than other

                                                                       69. Temperature at 7 a.m. today to comply.
                                                                        70.                    . '            Cannon offered to meet with
                                                                                                            civil rights leaders privately,
                                                                                                            but they in tum refused.

                                                                                                                2 DRIVERS FINED
                                                                                                           ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS              -
                                                                                                         Magistrate Irving Zelehner list
                                                                                                         night fined two persons for drlv-
                                                                                                         ing violations.
                                                                                                           They were Frank Ballouz, 68
                                                                                                         Bay Ave., this place, $25 for care-
                                                                                                         less driving, and James Bridon,
                                                                                                         23 Ocean Ave., Highlands, $30
                                                                                                         for reckless driving.

                                                                                                           Sell Fast! The Daily Register

       No more Painting • . . EVER!                                                                             Service
              Tht ptimttlting and tadiom talk el         ing winter's cold air and' keeping the               Delicatessen
           painting your hem* •••mi always open
           you. End thii faravar! Ntw Dupont
           Tadlar aluminum tiding navar naadi
                                                         warm air iniido your home.
                                                            Dupont Tedlar aluminum tiding it
                                                                                                              Departments                             1910:ACapeMay                                                          1 9 6 6 : A Cape May
           painting bteauia of ifi fantaitic weath-
          er raiiitent finiih. Tkii amazing naw
                                                         guaranteed for the life of your home.
                                                         Thit lifetime guarantee It traniferable.
                                                         For (he sceptical people who faar
                                                                                                                 NOW AT                                to Newark call-75$                                                     to Newark call-35<>*
          material addi lifa and beauty to your
          home. One amazing ftatura of tliii lid-
                                                         lightning's affect on aluminum tiding                ASBURY PARK
                                                         . . , Dupont Tedlar aluminum tiding
          Ing ii (hat it lavas money for you             has a gaaranniiel grounding syitem.                   CLIFFWOOD                                                   A savings in cents. But if you make similar calls often,
          during (ha win(er monthi by reflect-
                                                                                                                   DEAL                                                    the savings mount up to dollars.
                                                                                                              LITTLE SILVER
                                                                                                                                                                           It's a result of our work through trie years to bring
                              Call for Free Estimate                                                         LONG BRANCH
                                                                                                                                                                           the cost of your phone service down.
                                                                                                            PORT MONMOUTH
                                                                                                                                                                           And we haven't given up trying to make it even lower.
                                                                                                           RARITAN TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                                           Every day we're searching for ways to cut costs... work more
                          FROWN'S                                                                             SHREWSBURY
                                                                                                                                                                           efficiently-In short, give you more for your money.
     32 BROAD STREET                                                              RED BANK                    SUPER                                                       'Today, you can make a trirte-mlnute night nation call *nyw/i*r> In Ntw Jerity for
                                                                                                                                                                           t maximum ol M * (plus lax). On many toll calls, tht coil It evtn law.

             741-7500                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             New Jaruy Ball
                                                                                                             MARKETS                                                                                                                                           Htt tl • • NrtmiMi M IieM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TOE DAILY REGISTER              Tuesday, August 30, W 6 * - S
Bridge                                                                                                                              Not Enough Men for the
MQft MCfe fcvttopmeat as this
                                                                                                                                                                        '                     •    •   '.'   f.   •

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Suspect Faces Jury Action
  Dr, Wood's property now has
• UMbot frontage on Munsoa
                                                                                                                     National Marriage Squeeze                                                                                      NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP              - Police Sgt. Thomas Fliedner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nicholas Zarillo, 53. no address, spotted the get-away car at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 charged with armed robbery at Park Motel, Rt. 35, Wanamassa.
PI. U d a depth of about 250 feet                                                                                     , MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - normal times, or—worst of fates itched younger than guys, ages the Howard Johnson Motel, Rt. Police said they recovered $273
toth« river.                                                                                                          rhe country is caught In the —not get married at all.                18 to 22 for female* versus 20 to 35, at 1:30 a.m. yesterday, is in cash and two $10 travelers'
   But the approach road to the                                                                                       middle of a marriage squeeze. The cause is the baby boom 24 for males. And most of the being held in the county jail for checks rifled from the cash regis-
new bridge would cut off a large                                                                                          It looks like a half million or that followed World War II. The guys who were bora during the "rand Jury action.                           ter, the office safe, containing
•lice of that - 53 feet at the                                                                                        more young girls ar« going to babies are grown up now and baby boom aren't old enough, Magistrate James R. Laird set $20; two loaded' revolvers and
Muruon PI. end and 88 feet at                                                                                         have to postpone their first mar- the girls are looking for hus- statistically speaking, to march bail at {10,000 at Zarillo's ar                 set of handcuffs similar to the
the river end of the tract.                                                                                           riage, or get hooked to somebody bands.                              to the altar.                         raignment yesterday.                pair used to bind the hands of
   Unfortunately, council heard!                                                                                               would have passed up in The trouble is that gals get It was all described today to Zarillo, who told police he is a the motel clerk, Mrs. Anne Hage.
Hie other aspects of the case first,                                                                                                                                                        he American Sociological Asso- drifter, was captured by Neptune Ocean Township Police Chief
                                                                                                                                                                                            :iatloo convention by two men Township and Ocean Township Harry Harvey yesterday praised
not knowing they would become
academic a few minutes later.                                                                                                          Viet Nam                                              rom the U.S. Census Bureau, police a half-hour after the S313 Sgt. Fliedner, who led in the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                             'aul C. Glide and Robert Parke holdup when Ocean Township prehension of the suspect and
   Mr. Nicosia s«id his client was |                                                                                                (Continued)           India and Japan for allegedly
prepared to install water stor                                                                                        Sunday and sank just outside plotting with the United States r.                                                                                Neptune •Patrolman Robert Kirby
age or water pumping facilities
•o the apartments would not put
                                                                                                                             Saigon shipping channel a to encircle China, the official In a paper they said: "Gener-
                                                                                                                      mile or so from where the Baton party newspaper Peking Peo- lly speaking, the squeeze can                 Jail Mother                          for his assistance in the arrest.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "The work of Sgt. Fliedner and
an additional drain on already-                                                                                       Rouge Victory was hit.              ple's Daily predicted a global be resolved in any or all of sev-
low water pressures in the area,
but residents were not appeased.
                                                                                                                              U.S. minesweeper narrowly   outbreak o f revolutions once eral ways.
                                                                                                                      missed a Communist mine in American military might is de- ••&/ th* boys marrying for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                On Charge                            Patrolman Kirby were examples
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of the best kind of police opera-
            Protest Group                 I
• Edward Lyman of 20 Munson
                                                                                                                      the same area Monday, and ;troyed.
                                                                                                                        iuerrillas along the shore
                                                                                                                                                                                             irst time at younger ages,
                                                                                                                                                            Mao Tze-tung's regime also "Or by the girls marrying for            Of Language                          tions," said Chief Harvey.

PI. wai spokesman for the group                                                                                        .hanged fire for 20 minutes with stepped up its competition with the first time at older ages,               KEANSBURG - A mother o
that had protested the applica-                                                                                       four patrol boats accompanying the Soviet Union for influence in "Or by the girls marrying old four children was sentenced in
tion at the Zoning Board hearing                                                                                      the minesweeper.                    Hanoi by promising new eco- er widowed and divorced men Municipal Court last night to
as well as the prior applications                                                                                         Heavy currents broke the Bat- nomic and technical assistance or older single men who might 30 days in county jail for using
and proposals to rezone the area.                                                                                       in Rouge Victory loose from its to the North Vietnamese for otherwise have never married. loud and profane language in
He said some of bis neighbors                                                                                         salvage mooring early today their "fight against U.S. imped              "Or," and here the paper lets public.
had made the trip to the council                                                                                      and a flood tide carried her up- alist aggressors." Radio Hanoi out Jhe brutal news, "it is possi- She is Mrs. Agnes Simmons
chambers 18'times.                                                                                                    stream half a mile. Six tugs and    said Chinese and North Viet- ble that more girls will ultimate 77 Myrtle Ave.
   A petition presented by Mr.                                                                                        jther salvage craft towed the namese officials signed a nonre- ly not marry at all."                          Drawing a suspended 3frday
                                                                                                                                                          fundable aid agreement in Pe-
Lyrrun and signed by about 50                                                                                         ship down ttie river later today                                         The hard facts are that in the jail term was William A. Alexan-
persons listed two pages of ob-               ROTARY W I N G D I N G — Red Bonk Rotary Club hald its to Vung Tau, on the coast, king Monday.                                                late 1950s there were 99 mar- der. 2 Thompson Ave., East
jections and showed a map al- annual barbecue at th» Farmed and Gardeners Camp where repairs will be made.                                                   Back from a visit to Hanoi     riage-age young men for every Keansburg. He was fined $60 for
leging additional problems with in Holmdal yesterday. Gathered around pots of some                                                 Hit Oil Tanks          group of Japanese Socialists 100 marriage-ready girls. But in disorderly conduct.
the site.                                                                                                                 In the raids against North reported in Tokyo they found the early 1960s, the figure Fined for being disorderly per-
                                              of the spicy Italian fare are the men responsible for the /iet Nam Monday, pilots hit at President Ho Chi Minh deter- dropped to 94 guys for every 100 sons were Antonio A. Barbosa,
   Council listened to the objec-
tions, then to Mr. Nicosia's mo- event. From left are Rotary President Peter E. Geno- 21 oil storage areas and report- mined to continue the war 20 or gals. Right now, it is down to 93 Rahway $60; Richard A. Obert,
tion for withdrawal, accepted the vese, Co-Chairman Victor Setter and Chairman Daniel ed numerous secondary explo- 30 years unless the United fellows for every 100 females.                                                      Plainfield, $55; Silvestre S. Gui-
latter unanimously, and quickly Dondi.                                                                                sions and fires.                     States settles on North Vietnam- In the cautious phrases of the mares, Avenel, $35, and Mrs.
adjourned.                                                                                                                The fliers also claimed dam- ese terms. These include uncon- scientists, Glick and Parke Jennie Sunyak, 125 Shore Blvd.
                                                                                                                      age or destruction to 53 trucks. ditional withdrawal of American struck a statistical blow for the this place, $35.
                                                                                                                          American pilots flew 322 sin- forces.                                                                     Magistrate William C. Lloyd
Library                                                          Crossing                                                ;le-plane sorties over South Viet However, the Socialist spokes-
                                                                                                                       Nam Monday and claimed de- man, Kanejiro Tate, a member
                                                                                                                                                                                            American male.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  suspended the driver's license of
                                                                                                                                                                                               "The evidence so far suggest! Richard J. Squeo, 16 Mason PI.
                                                                          (Continued)                                                                                                       that in the first part of the 1960s for 30 days and fined him $15 for
              (Continued)                                                                                              struction or damage to more of Japan's lower house of Par-
                                              The county engineer reported ncrease in traffic at this inter-                                                                                the marriage squeeze was re- careless driving.
branch and hire two staffs, h e that after the inspection tour, section, sjnee this situation is                      than 300 Viet Cong huts, fortifi- liament, said the North Viet-
                                                                                                                                                                                            solved in large part by changes
said. T h e ' E i s n e r building w i l l Earle officials, through Mr. Nes- unique in New Jersey in that              cations, bunkers and trenches namese want to keep the 1954                                                   Also fined $15 each for care-
                                                                                                                                                                                             in the marriage pattterns of the
revert to Harvard              University bitt, indicated the Navy would Nutswamp Rd., with heavy traf-                South Vietnamese pilots flew Geneva agreement on Viet Nam                                                  less driving were Ronald B. Car
                                                                                                                                                                                            women, and not by alternation
when it ceases to be used a s a bear a portion of the cost of in- fici must yield to the Navy road, another 48 sorties.                                    alive. Peking has declared the                                         loni,    Newark;     Clifford  K No minimum bolonct
                                                                                                                                                                                            of the trend of ages at first mar-
library, according to the d e e d stalling the blinker light at the with little traffic volume."                           The U.S. 3rd Marine Division agreement dead.                                                           Schnuck, 172A Amboy Rd., Mat required • Guaranteed
                                                                                                                                                                                             riage for men.
                                                                                                                         mded Operation Allegheny in                                                                              awan Township; Ernest Hacker
tinder which it w a s donated to Nutswamp Rd. crossing, relocate He said that in addition to the
                                                                                                                         he ricelands 15 miles southwest                                        "The young men have been 198 Church St., Belford, and Pat- proof of paymtnt* Pay
the borough by the Eisner fami- its signs in the area, provided flashing signal, additional warn-
ly.                                         more advanced-warning s i g n s , ing signs and pavement markings
                                                                                                                       of Da Nang. The Marines re-    Joins Shell Oil                        successfuly warding off any pres- rick J. Trollan, 23 Lincoln Ct., your bills at horn* and
                                                                                                                       ported kilting 113 Communists LONG BRANCH - John V. sure from the mounting numbers this place. Mr. Trollan was fined gain more Msura inn*
   Mr, Lehman commented that erect school crossing signs, and will be placed at the intersec- in the sweep, which began Aug
                                                                                                                                                           Gray of Hawthorne, son of Mrs, of marriageable young women." an additional $15 for driving an
the expansion plan Is contingent remove weeds obstructing t h e tion by the county.                                                                                                             If the pattern continues, the so- unregistered vehicle.
 on receipt of the federal grant. vision of motorists.
                                                                                                                       20. Their own casualties were Angela Gray of 181 Atlantic Ave.                                                                                  •Strvict is our biggest
                                                                                     "I hope," he concluded, "that moderate, a spokesman said.             recently joined Shell Oil Com ciologists said, "over a half mil- Charles J. Siennicki, 2 Maple-
The maximum grant possibly is
                                              As to the exact amount the this measure does much to in- Red China issued an invitation pany as a salesman in the New lion women will have to postpone wood Av«., was assessed a total
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       asstt • Can w * htlp you?
 *5O,O0O, he said.                                                                                                                                                                           getting married."                    of $20 for driving a car with
                                            Navy would donate for the blink- crease traffic safety for t h o s e ;o Communist guerrillas every- ark district office.
   The architect said his p l a n er light, Mr. Ney stated that p e o p l - e who must use t h i s where to rise up so "U.S. im Mr. Gray is a graduate of Ret                                   But the young bachelors bet- ficticiouj plates and bad tires
•hows the lower level of the ad- Earle officials could not say un- crossing. However, I" h a v e in- perialism can be nibbled up bit Bank Catholic High School ant ter enjoy it while they can. In Thomas V. Crawley, 10 Beech-
dition designed to serve c h i I- til after they confer with Wash- structed the traffic safety depart- by bit." Together with a harsh Monmouth College, West Long the 1970s, the ratio will return to wood Ave., was fined $10 for
 dren'g needs, the upper level de- ington "higher-ups."                           ment to keep a watchful eye on new attack on the Soviet Union, Branch.                                     99 guys to 100 gals.                 driving without a license.
voted to adults and young adults.                                                 this location so we may measure
The new section would include a               There are blinker lights at the the effectiveness of the steps we
reference center and a " q u i e t Swimrtiing River Rd. and Front have taken."
area" for adults, he said.                  St. crossings of the Earle ammu-
                                                                                              A Cross Walk

posed structure today.
                                                                                      The pavement markings men-
                                                                                   tioned by Mr. Larrison will con-
                                                                                   sist of painted traffic lines and
                                                 Cites Increased Traffic           a cross walk for the school chil
   Ever fill green pepper shells Freeholder Larrison further dren f r o m Nutswamp a n d
with tomato aspic? After chilling, stated yesterday that "because Thompson Schools, less than a
slice Into rounds and serve with of construction of Dwight Rd., mile away from the intersection.
lettuce and salad dressing. To traffic volume has increased sub-
                                                                                      Mr. Ney said these improve-
keep the peppers upright while stantially in this area. More and
                                                                                   ments and the additional warn*
filling with the aspic, you may more residents are forced "to use
                                                                                   ing signs will be installed in the
want to set them in muffin or this crossing to get to Red Bank.
                                                                                   area "as fast as it possibly can
Custard cups.                                  "This has created a substantial
                                                                                   be done."
                                                                                      The Navy agreed yesterday to

      STAtTS                                             THEATRES
      1OM-W                                                                        "dress up" o t h e r intersections
       at Air                                      + Acm of Fiw Parking!          but Mr. Ney indicated that the
                                                   + F m Smoking Ststionl         Nutswamp Rd. crossing appeared
                                                                                  to be the "primary problem."
         TIII      1
                  1 iniiiui                             II
                                                                                     He added that the Swimming
                                      ...the                                      R i v e , r Rd. intersection, N e w
                                      wertdfe       ©UZA                          Shrewsbury, "has received favor-
                                     deadliest                                    able reaction, with nothing but
                                                            KMtt M at             satisfactory comments ( f r o m
                                                           MIMM Htai
                                                           hi Hit Airport         users there."
                                                          Ptorn HMPMM
                                                           CmHr, HOW                 Regarding complaints of speed-
                                                             2M-4434              ing on the N a v y road, Mr. Ney
                                                                                  stated that the speed limit is 45
                                                                                  miles per hour, with strict

                                                                                                                       SPECIAL! SEVEN MILE WALKING RACE
                                                                                  trols and provisions that ev e r y
                                                                                  vehicle slow down when ap-
                                                                                  proaching an intersection.
                                                   ©REEHOLD                          These regulations will continue
                                                                                  to be enforced by the Earle safe-
                                                           Raul* I in tot
                                                                                  ty department.

                                                                                                                                                     WEDNESDAY. AUG. 31
                                                           FrwhoW Mill
                                                          Sfiepptof ctfHw            Injured in Thursday's accident
                                                              442-0600            at the Nutswamp Rd. crossing
                                                                                  were Mrs. Thomas Caldwell, 30,
                                                                                  of 119 Bamm Hollow Rd., her
        MONICA THHHX           DIRK                                               154-year-old son, Thomas Cald-
                                                                                  well, Jr., and her maid, Mrs. Vil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sponsored by
        Vini-STAMP-BOGAROE                                                        ma Mason, 47. Harry W. KuR,
                                                                                  44, of 13 Haug St., driver of the

                 EGGAR HUTTON
                                                                                  truck, sustained minor injuries
                                                                                     Mrs. Mason remains seriously
                                                                                  ill in Riverview Hospital, R e d
                                                                                  Bank. Mrs. Caldwell and her son
                                    Tin riclura
                                     with Hie
                                                           Oa ftwto I I
                                                          - 774-4272
                                                                                  were released from that hospital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CINEMA CENTER
                              Hoppr Foo»!
                                                                               Nice addition to a fruit salad;
                                                                             pitted dates soaked in sherry
                                                                             and then stuffed with cream                                                                                                              Race staffs 6:30 P.M. at the Shore Drive-In (Junction
                       U l l M Y AT A l l 3 THEATUS1-
        "WHAT MD YOU DO IN THIWAK. DADDY?"              color                  Cream butter or margarine
                                                                                                                             America's Top Race Walkers                                                               of Wyckoff Road and Route 34, Wall Township) Via
       Has Ntftaa* City oalyl rrana of "Walk. D«'t Km" at 1:55               with celery salt and serve with                                Some of
                                                                             freshly cooked ears of corn.                                                                                                             Wyckoff Road to the finish line at MONMOUTH SHOP-
                                                                                                                                       BRUCE MacDONALD
                                                                                                                                       Tfcrao-timi United Stfltoi Olympic woffcorr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      PING CENTER!
                                                                                                                                       RON DANIEL
                                                                                                                                       NaHonal AAU 30-Kilomcter ClionipW

             Whyd                                                                                                                      SHAUL LADANY
                                                                                                                                       U.S.   50.mll. walking raeor* Maori
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Trophy For The Winner
           CLUNY                                                                                                                       ELLIOTT DENMAN
                                                                                                                                       U. S. 50-KihNMNr Olympic walkorf

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Awards to All Who
          SCOTCH                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Complete the RACE!
                   outsell                                                                                                                                                                                                      * Trophy presentation will
                            J&B                                                                                       " T h i s RACE is open to ALL Amateur Athletes.
                          Dewar's                                                                                                                                                                                                 be held at the . . .
                      Johnnie Walker
                       Chivas Regal
                                                                                                                          Contact Mr. Elliott Penman, Walking Chair-                                                               MONMOUTH SHOPPING
                       Black & White
                           etc., etc.                                                                                     man, at 28 North Locust Avenue, West Long                                                                        CENTER
                                                                                                                          Branch, N. J.                                                                                        • The RACE will coincide with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the Openinq of the Comedv-
         Taste CLUNY
         tonight and
                                                                                                                      " Special stands for spectators at home stretch.                                                           Film "WALK, DON'T RUN"
         find out why!                                                      CLUNY                                                                                                                                                at the Eatontown Cinema Cen-
                                                                                  S C O T C H WHISK*                 I " Band nisicot finish.                                                                                    ter.
                                     • u n u tcotw mitn • te t moot CCOTIISH * MWCMIU IHPHIUS CO, KW KOM. K « tout
    4—Tuesday, August 30. 1966                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Youngest Coach
     THE DAILY REGISTER                                                                                           4 Penali     Report $200 Fire
                                                                                                                  In Highlands                          MIDDLETOWN - Fir* yetter-
                                                                                                                                                      day caused an estimated |2fl*
                                                                                                                                                      dam»j« to living room faraiture
                                                                                                                                                                        w u not i t torn*.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    '"                     >Ui|tiit he^iucceeds S t u a r t 8«irf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         MM t U # |
                                                                                                                                                                                                        raw oMch'at toy major rowing lie, who resigned.              <
                                                                                                                                                                                                        oUcga in tt« United Statw when Soroca w u with the Lion* frota
                                                                                                                    HIGHLANDS - Leonard Notto, and walls in a horn* owned, by
                                                                                                                                                                          Firemen from Belford Engine, • was named acting head coach 1961 through 1963 and was vanity
                                                                                                                  Bay Ave., was fined $50 in Mu-Wilbur Men, 46 Creek Rd., Port
                                                                                                                  nicipal Court last night for creat- Monmouth.         Bellord Ifjlependent i and Port t Columbia University yester- captain and stroke bis taat two
                                                                                                                  ing a disturbance on a public                         Monmouth flrt companies extin- fcy.                              [seasons.
         LLOYD JOHNSON, SR.                                                                                       street.                               A next door neighbor noticed
                                                                                                                                                                        guished the blue quickly. Two
      NEPTUNE — Lloy.d Johnson,                                                                       Edward Payne, Kings High-                                         chairs were destroyed tnd walls
    Sr., 64, of 1605 Sixth Ave., died
    Sunday in Fitkin Hospital, Mr.
                                                                                                   way, Middletown, paid a total
                                                                                                   of $90 i n fines for causing an
                                                                                                                                                             Cars Collide
                                                                                                                                                                        in the room were scorched, po-
                                                                                                                                                                        lice reported.
    Johnson was the father ot Lloyd                                                                accident and loving the scene SHREWSBURY-Police are in-
    Johnson, Jr., of Eatontown and!                                                                of an accident.                     vettigtting a two-car accident Red Bank to Fill              "
    a brother of Mrs. Joseph Smythe                                                                   M.J. Stavola, Conover La., Mid- here yesterday morning at White
    of Ocean Township.                '                                                            dletown, was fined $30 for caus-    St. and Rt. 35.                  Police Poet Vacancy
      Born in Newark, Mr. Johnson                                                                  ing an unlawful wash and wake Police said a vehicle driven RED BANK - Police Chief
    had lived in the shore area most                                                               with a boat.                        by John G. Kilz, 502 Wakefield George Clayton said todiy that        I r a * Street mi 9 M M A S M Drl«, Himwibiiry—747-MH
    of his life. He had been em-                                                                      Robert Spanri, Fort Dix, paid Rd., Neptune, was traveling north there will be a position open for                    O»ta Smfep f A.M. to S P.M,
                                                                                                 ; a $30 fine for imprudent opera- on Rt. 35 when it was in col         a patrolman on the Red Bank
    ployed in the sea food business.                                                                                                                                                                            OWN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY IVININ9S TILL f:00
      Also surviving are his wife,                                                                tion of a vehicle.                   llsion with a vehicle' driven by Police Department on Aug. 30.
                                                                                                                                       Patricia Bett, 95 Borden St., The starting salary, he said,
    Mrs. Hazel Risberj! Johnson; an-
                                                                                                                                       here. The Bett vehicle was mak- will be J5.200. Applications for    SCOTTS LAWN PRODUCTS SPREAD FREE!
    other son, Robert E. Johnson of
    Bradley Beach; a daughter, Mrs.                                                                                  Benefit Today     ing a left hand turn onto Rt. the position will close Sept. 24.             Mlaham •lnami MO—MMty-lack 6 M N N * M
    Albert Cuccurullo of Belmar:                                                                      MIDDLETOWN - Several lo- 35, according to police.                   The opening results from the
    two brothers, Joseph Johnson of                                                                cal children will hold a carnival      Ptl. Lester Hauck reported resignation of Patrolman Jo-
    Wall Township and Frederick                                                                  | for the benefit of the Associa- there were no injuries.              seph Burn*.

    Johnson, here; another sister,                                                                 tions of America Muscular Dys-
    Mrs. William Levers, here, and
    14 grandchildren.
      Services will be tomorrow at 2
    p.m. at the Francioni, Taylor &
                                                                                                  trophy today at 163 SUtesir PI.
                                                                                                   beginning at 12:30 p.m.
                                                                                                      Mitchell Simels will serve as
                                                                                                    ringmaster, assisted by Kenny
                                                                                                    Simels, Ellen Simels, Marjorie
                                                                                                                                                              WEST              KEYPORT, N . J.

                                                                                                                                                                                                         FURNITURE CO.

    Lopez Funeral Home, with R?v.
                                                                                                   Marcus, Kent Eagleton, Richard                                                                         69 NEWMAN SPRINGS RD., SHREWSBURY
    David Cousins officiating. Burial
                                                                                                   Ames, Scott Engleton, Donald
    will be in Monmouth Memorial
                                          PRIZE LAMB — Mrs. Ann Daesener of the American
                                                                                                    Ames and Cheryl Eagleton.
                                                                                                      The carnival will feature a ring
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FABULOUS BARGAINS
J          EDWARD J. DAVIS
       KEANSBURG - Edward J.
    Davis, 69, of 2 Beacon Blvd., a
    plumbing contractor, died Sun-
                                          Hotel, Freehold, examines the blue ribbon winning lamb milk bottle drop.
                                          bought by the hotel from Karen Basis.ta of Holmdel at
                                          the Monmouth County 4-H fair.
                                                                                                    toss, penny pitch, darts and t

                                                                                                      Sell Fast! The Daily Register
                                                                                                                                                 Opm Man. and Frl. evening! 'til 9.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               THURSDAY 10 A.M.
    day at Riverview Hospital, Red
       Mr. Davis was born in West
    New York, the son of Lewis L.
    and Nellie Murphy Davis. He
    lived here 47 years. A veteran of
    the U.S. Array in World War I,
    he was a charter member of
    the Keansburg Lions Club, a
    member of American Legion Wil-
    bur J. Price Post, the Molly
    Pitcher Barracks of Red Bank,
    and the Master Plumbers As-
    sociation of the Bayshore Area.
       He is survived by his wife,
    Helen L. Farley Davis; two
     sons, James W. Davis of Keans-
     burg and Edward L. Davis of
    Pennsuaken and six grandchil-
       The funeral will be tomorrow
    at 11 a m . in the Bedle Funeral
    Home, Keyport, with Rev. Nor-
    man R. Riley, pastor of St. John's
    Methodist Church, Hazlet, of-
    ficiating. Burial will be in Fair- PROMOTED — Donald U
    view Cemetery, Middletown.         Warncke, 3 Cedar Ave.,
                                       West End, has been pro
          WILLIAMS FUNERAL             moted to associate professoi
       RED BANK - Services for
                                       of mathematics at Mon-
    Henry Williams, 75, of 99 River
    St., who died Sunday, will be mouth College, West Long
    next ^Saturday at 1 p.m. in Cal-Branch. Mr. Warncke,
    vary Baptist Church. Burial will
                                       artist a n d photographer,
    bEin Monmouth Memorial Park,
    Neptune, under the direction^ of joined the Monmouth Col-
    the F. Leon Harris Funeral legs faculty in 1957 as in-
                                       structor of mathematics and
           WILLIAM L. ELLIS           in 1962 was promoted to as-
       NAVESINK—William L. Ellis, jsistant professor.
    72, of Sears Ave., died yesterday
    at Riverview Hospital, Red Bank,
    after a short illness. He was the
    husband of Catherine Weafer
                                        22 Inducted
       Born in Chicago, Mr. Ellis       Into Army
    formerly lived in Verona. He
                                        ASBURY PARK - There were
    had been " summer resident here
    more than 50 years and came to 122 Army inductees from Local
    live here permanently 10 years Draft Board 33 last week. Leav-
    ago.                              ing the southern and western
       He was a member of St. Agnes parts of the county for Army
    Catholic Church, Atlantic High- duty were:
    lands, and of the church's Holy
    Name Society. A veteran of Basil D. Shadlun of Farming-
    World War I, Mr. Ellis was a ingdale, C h a r l e s J. Lonsdale
    •elf-employed printer and en- S p r i n g Lake, Frederick A.
    graver.                           Eyerman of Oakhurst, George F,
                                       Boyle, Jr., of Freehold, Mason A
       Besides his wife, he is sur- Leonard of Bradley Beach, Fritz
    vived by two daughters, Mrs. Schaeffer of Irvington, J o h n
     James E. Butler of Old Tappan Wilde of Spring Lake, John H.
     and Mrs. James P. Murnin of Watson, Jr., of Freehold and Wil-
    Hamilton Square; a brother, liam Davis of Englishtown.
     David Ellis of Navesink; a
    sister, Mrs. Anthony Lizesey of A l s o Henry W. Anderson ol
                                      Freehold, Stephen J. Tanay ol
     Montclair, and seven grandchil-
                                      Farmingdale, Barry W. Parkei
                                      of Englishtown, A r 1 e n i a J.
       The funeral will be tomorrow Rodgers of Asbury Park, Larry
     •t 8:15 a.m. from the Condon E. Evernham of Bradley Beach
    Funeral Home, Atlantic High- William A. Wennberg and Nicho-
    lands, followed by a High Mass las G- Decos of Asbury Park,
    of Requiem at 9 (.tn. in St. Thomas P. O'Rourke of Free-
     Agnes Church. Burial will be in hold, Robert P. B e n j a m i n o!
    Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Middletown. Spring Lake, Richard H. Oliver of
                                      Asbury Park, George Pulsinellf
                                      of West End, Michael M. Manger
    Fined $205                        of Oakhurst and Joseph P. Dalik
                                      of Englishtown.

    As Shoplifter
    30-year-old Englishtown woman
    was fined {205 for shoplifting
    yesterday by Magistrate Isadore
    I. Zlotkin.
      Mrs. Mary J. Lovenguth, 37

    Lexington Dr., pleaded guilty to
    • charge of shoplifting merchan-
    dise valued at $38.92 from
    Britt's Department Store, Bt. 9,
    on Aug. 26.
      Mrs. Deloris J. Wiseman, 21,
    of Iron Ore Rd., Englishtown,
    was fined $15 for careless driv-
    ing. Benjamin F. Lindsey, 40,
    of Rt. 79, Freehold Township,
    was fined $30 and Angel A. Cin-
                                                                                                                                                                       Holiday Sweepstakes
    tron 37, of 41 South St., Free-
    hold, was fined. $41). both on
    charges of driving without a li-
                                                                                                                                                                          Win 14 expense-paid'days
                                                                                                                                                                           for two in Europe.
    Hair Styling                                                                                                                                                             Choice of27 cities served by Pah Am.
                                          IN MARINES — Vernon F
    Show Draws                            Loud, Jr., 18, son o f Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                                                      Stop jumping up and down.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Run to your favorite Reddy Kilowatt Appliance Dealer.
                                        Mrs.   Vornon F. Loud of 45
    Biff Crowd                          Church    St., Fair Haven, is                                                                                                                           look at hit selection of new electric ranges.                               :
    MIDDLETOWN - A capacity at Parris Island, S . C . where                                                                                                                                 •     Fill out an entry blank there. (Nothing to buy)
  crowd of members attended Sun- he is undergoing basic train-
  day's hair styling demonstration                                                                                                                                                                    G o home—start packing.
 at the Middletown Swim and Ten- ing for the Marine Corps.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I:
 nis Club, Harmony Rd.              Mr. Loud is a June graduate                                                                                                                                              Stop yelling at the kids. You'll miss theml
    Tho style show was presented of Rumson-Fair Havon Re-                                                                                                                                                           Jersey Central Power & light/New Jersey Power & Light
 by Mrs. Patricia Brink of High- gional High School.
 lands, the club's day school arts                                          SWHFSTAKIS lUUf I. Entry Monti nay b* fflhd out at Ixfcfy        S. "Hojktay fcvMptfaktT k Mb|*ct to all f«d.r«l mt Stau         and oddr*u on th« coupon bfllow and mail to JCP&t/NJPM
 and crafts instructor. Mrs. Drink                                          Kilowatt Banian Irom'Aug. S to Sapt. 24,19M. You muif ba 21            lti      t l        l CPJ/                  ^ —           —— « « « . » . . v i i , „ « ^uu^iun DBiDw ana man 10
also recently designed and made, Heat water-pack canned dried               yaan ol OQD or ovir lo onl«r. Enter at olttn o» you Ilka, On*    relation, fmplovaai ol JCMl/NJttl, Ki «lvtrttolna,ae*Ky.        "Holldoy Swupiiokai," Bo« 4S, Morrlitown N.J.
                                                                                                                                             Pon Am, (addy Kilowatt D(olin and appllanci dllttlbulon,«nd
Hawaiian decorations for the | white lima beans and drain; mix              prlza p«r parton or ptr morrhd coupl*.
                                                                                                                                             mmbcri ol lh*lr (ornllln ara net allglbta ta «nrar.
luau party.             '         j wilh choppcvl onion, celery and         2. N o purchase li required lor tnlry In JCP&l/NJPJl "Holiday
                                                                                                                                             4. Drawing will ba haM during til* wk of Oct. X WU. Tka
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IFVfn m f WfWffr
   The unit plans an awards nislil carrot cooked in butter. Good            Swaapslakai." Prlia trip mull be claimed by 5«pl«mbar 30,1947.                                                                   Addr.ii                                                            wH» dlipl«yi
                                                                                                                                             wlnnar will ba nollllad by raglitarad mall.
for Thursday and a water show is served with smoked tongue or               Trip p r U * li Iratukrsbla, but not radaamobla In coin.
                                                                                                                                             J. II lhara'l notoddyKilowatt Daaltr mor you, wrilt yow M U M   City                      TtUphon* No..                            M
slated for Sunday.                 lain.
                                                                                                                                                     THE DAILY REGISTER     lu**i±y,   30, 1V66—5
Market Dips Severely*
Traiieo Volume Rises
   NEW YORK (AP) - Th« Indicator Digest sent a bulletin Prices ' fell on the American                                                                             Investing
itock market yesterday took one to its clients saying that a "sell- Stock Exchange in active trad-
of its wont losses of the year Ing climax will probably requirt ing. Volume was 3.15 million
M it fell for the tenth time in record trading volume — per-           shares compared with 2.33 mil-
                                                                                                                                                                     By Roger E. Spear
eleven sessions. Trading was iaps 15 or 20 million shares or lion Friday. The exchange's in-                                 Spear
heavy.                            more — to be genuine."               dex fell J « to (13.16. Zaptta Q —"In view of the recent growth potential. I would also
   Volume swelled to 10.89 mil- The service advised, "Don't Off-Shore was active and off 8'/i weakness in itock prices, what hold Allied Chemical and AT&T,
lion shares from 8.16 million on succumb to excitement — have to 26J4. National Video lest 4, do you call a 'good' cash back- but twitch Fruehauf and St. Re
Friday. It was the largest since patience."                            Conductron V/t, Textron war- log?"                                        H. A. gii Paper into more conservative
May ( when 13.1 million shares                                                                                                                          income stocks such i s Pacific
chanted hands.                        "We're still looking for a ger-rants 6% and Diversified Metals A— Though I'm often asked Lighting and Atchison Rvyj.. each
   The Dow Jones industrial av-   uine selling climax," said an- 6.                                                  this question, I have no specific yielding around 5 per cent.
                                                                         Corporate and U.S. Treasury answer. Each case is different,
erage plunged 13.53 to 767.03, itsother analyst. "This could be bonds declined.
biggest loss since July 25 when   the first stage of it."                                                            depending on the reader's age Have you adjusted your initia
it dropped 16.32. The decline         Lack of good news combined           Yesterday's closing stocks:               and temperament; his annual In- cost price downards on St. Re-
                                                                                                                                                        gis Paper and Allied Chemical
brought the average to its low-   with more aggravating news ACF liul               « 0 \ 11-T-E Ckt Brk » come and total cash savings;
                                                                                    2814 I John. Man (7 proportion of assets usually as- when receiving stock dividends?
est level since Jan. 2, 1964 when about tight money and higher in Air Prod          28'i Jonea * L          (»                                          The two land developers are too
it closed at 766.08.              terest rates formed the back-                     521a Joy M I |         2R signed to common stocks; types
                                                                                      6 ' . ; Kaiser Al      35' of stocks owned—speculative or speculative for your purpose. The
   The ticker tape ran as muchi dro P f o r t n e further decline.                  4414 ! Kennecolt                                                    funds they represent should also
as 10 minutes late in the morn- Concern in Wall Street was in-                      22(4 I Kopperi          Kit conservative; other investments;
                                                                                    3414 K r t u e , BS                                                 be earning dividends for you.
ing when prices were being bat- creased by news of congression-                    23          Kroger       J«K future cash requirements. All
                                                                                    J U i Leh Porl C                                                       (Mr. Spear cannot answer all
                                  al criticism of the administra-                   57 14 ILeh Val Ind 714 such factors, and possibly others,
                                                                                                            12 14
tered severely.                                                             Alrlin
           Rises and Dips         tion on the score of higher in- Am Can            U% I.OF O l a »          43      must be carefully considered in mail personally but will answer
                                                                       Am Cyan     34 | U b McMiL
   There was some recovery in terest rates and former Presi-                M VHr UVt | L i u 4 My                   relation to common stock invest- all questions possible in his col-
early afternoon when trading dent Truman's warning that ris- Am iMotor,          P
                                                                                     8 ILHton Ind
                                                                                    52M, ! Lukena 8tl        3314
                                                                                                                     ments.                             umn.)                                                                             When Young London
quieted enough for the ticker ing interest rates could lead to Am s"d  Am           15«. , Mack Trk                    A young person with produc-
tape to catch abreast of transac- "serious depression."                Am Tel TM 49T4 ! Magnavox
                                                                       Am Tob
                                                                       AMP Inc
                                                                                    89M j Maratli Oil
                                                                                    5014 ! Martin M
                                                                                                             32 V
                                                                                                             51 >* tive ability and financial knowl- Harvard Industries
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          startles the traditional Establishment
tions. But it did not last long.         No Assured Statements                      65% ' Masontte           2 1 ' . edge might remain amply in-
Soon prices began sinking again The drop from about 995, the Armco su               49 : Merck                       vested. An elderly person with Net Income Down
and they closed at their lowest record high of Feb. 9 in the Dow       Armour
                                                                       Armat Ck
level of the day. The ticker industrials, to their present level Asm o n
                                                                                    31% , MOM
                                                                                    16'f | Minn M1M
                                                                                    24'i | Mo P a c A
                                                                                    - T \ I Moblloll
                                                                                                                     limited resources should main- FARMINGDAUE - Harvard]
                                                                                                                     tain a 60 to 70 per cent cash Industries, Inc., reports net in-
tape ran late again as prices no longer brought any assured                         7 « \ I Mnnt Ward       3 1 % reserve.       Government     savings come of $244,521 or 15 cents a
were weakening late in the day.   statements of where the decline                   20'i I Nat Blsc          40'
                                                                                    31". | N Caah R r g      78' bonds which do not fluctuate in share for the nine months ended
                                  would reach "support." One af-fBayuiTcij            »"i I Nat Dairy        34        rice may be counted in this re- June 30, compared to net income I
                           1      ter another, these theoretical J1"" *How 40>, I Nat rjypa
                                                                                            I Nat niatlll    31',.
                                                                                                             28      serve.                              of $327,303 or 20.5 cents a share
 OPEN SATURDAYS!'o :;:;           "floors" to the market decline
                                  ha,Ve collapsed.
                                                                                    29*4 I Nat Steel
                                                                                    50 | NY Central          54 H Q) "My husband and I, now for the same period last year.
                                                                       Borden       31", I N i l M Pow » S
          ALL SERVICES                                                 Borg Warn    30>4 I No Am Av 43 nearing retirement, hold stocks                     Taxable income for the current j
                                      Of 1,457 issues traded, 1,240 is-               7 * I Nor P a c
     of the MAIN OFFICE           sues declined and 103 advanced.                   25         Norwich Ph    4314 bought at higher prices on the year was offset in part by oper- j
                                                                       Bulova       15H lOutb Mar            4814 advice of friends when we knew
                                                                                                             1714                                        ating loss carryovers and was
                                  New lows
    lElATONTOWN 809. There for the year totaled Burl Ind 3 2 \ IIOwensAm 9414 little about the market. What offset in full for the same period
                                                 were no new highs.                 20Vi Pan
                                                                                    3.*i I Penney, JC                should we do with the following: last year. Sales were $7,188,935
          [NIATIONAL                  Standard & Poor's 500-stock in-                        I P a Pw * U . 51
                                                                                    61         Pa RR                 60 Allied Chemical, 50 (average); vs. $6,170,506 for 1965. Backlog
                                  dex fell 1.88 to 74.53 a new low     Chrysler     36H Pepsi Co             , _
                                  for the year.  nilAN K                      8v
                                                                       Coca Cola
                                      As in recent sessions, glamor •nlK Pal
                                                                                    44'* Persia Elm 4OV4 75 AT&T, 70; 50 Fuehauf, 24; was $14,893,000 at June 30, com-
                                                                                    72»; PfUer
                                                                                               . .._
                                                                                    ?2\ | Phil El
                                                                                                                     50 St. Regis Paper, 34; 200 Gen.    pared to $6,970,000 at June 30,
                                                                                                             28S Development, 14; 200 Gulf Am.
      b . 31 art Wyckoff Rd,      stocks were hit hardest. Motor- Corn! Oaa 24S I Pit Steel
                                                                       Colum                 IPhlll Pet      4414                                        1965.
                                                                              8olv  36S                      IIS Land, 12; 50 Controls Co. of
            UTONTOWN              ola lost 10%, Fairchild Camera •.on Erlij         32         Pub Sv K*G
    Meabw: r«4. Dtp. In. Corp. a 1 /,, Polaroid 8>/2, Northwest :nn Can             eo         Pullman               America, 38? Has Controls Com-
                                                                         trn Prod        ._                  41 .                                              TICKETED IN CRASH
       PHONE 542-4600             Airlines 7, IBM 8>/2, Texas In- Corning O 218 I Reading Co \H% pany merged? It's not quoted."
                                  struments 4, Teledyne 3, Xerox
                                                                            ' '      4214 IRepub Stl 3314                                         H. H. MIDDLETOWN - Leslie R.
                                                                                               Revlon       41                                           Coons, 20, of Elizabeth, was tick-
                                  4, Pan American World Airways                            . Reyn Mel < o s A—Yes, on May 26 it was tak-
                                                                                    (014 Rey Tob             34 S                                        eted for careless driving Sunday
                                                                                    29S Rob Control. 2«H en over b y General Precision
                                  4 /4, SCM Corp. 4% and Eastern
                                      4                                Dent Sup     2B',i 8t JOB Lead         3t\ Equipment. If the new cer- night after his auto > struck a
                                  Air Lines                            Doug Alrc    <t<i St Regll Ftp
                                                   fractions to 2 or                64         Seara Rneb 91H tificates have not reached you byparked car on Campbell Ave.,
                                      Losses of                                     2514 Shell Oil         57M now, I suggest you notify Chase Port Monmouth, police reported.
                                  more points swept through most                   M714 Sinclair            M'l
                                  major sections of the list.          Dliq Lt      """' Smith, AO                   Manhattan Bank in New York The parked vehicle was owned
         /WoNtOOVirRY                                                  East Kod                Sou P a c
                                      United Aircraft fell 4>/4, Radio                         Sou R y               City, the transfer agent for GPE by Hugh Eastman, 18 Campbell
                                                                                               Sperry Rd             Hold these new shares for their Ave.
                        WARD      Corp. 3>/ , U.S. Smelting 3 7 /,,                    4
                                                                             General Motors 1, Standard Oil FMCMot
                                                                                                                   Cp    33
                                                                                                                            4114 Std Brand
                                                                                                                                a i d Oil Cal
                                                                                                                                Std Oil N J                                                                                                                             then hooks up
                                                                             of Indiana 1%, Schering 2'/j, Oen Accept 1914 Sludebaker
                                                                             Pennsylvania     Railroad 1%, Oen nrn&m

                                                                             Kodak ex dividend 2>/4.
                                                                             Phelps Dodge 2% and Eastman oeri i\m
                                                                                                                   Cigar        Texaco
                                                                                                                                Tei O Sul
                                                                                                                         u Tldtwat Oil 12
                                                                                                                                                         Local Securities                                                                                       with the Golden West
                                                                                                    Quotations from NASD at approximately 3:00 p.m. Btdi are Inter-
                                                                                                                         70*4 rTransamer

  Free                                                                         "People don't "believe in the g«n^ _
                                                                                                    dealer prices. Prices identified by * are Inter-dealer asked price*.
                                                                             glamor stocks any more," one oen^Ti
                                                                                                                         35 S I Un Pac
                                                                                                                         — Un Tank c
                                                                                                    Inttr-dealer quotations do not include retail markup, markdown o f | g
                                                                             analyst said. "Before the mar- Pac Cp 3SH United Cp
                                                                                                    commission. Other asked prices have been adjusted upward to —
                                                                             ket can really turn around, In-
                                                                                                              -          33V»
                                                                                                                         10     US L l n »
                                                                                                   Include approximate markup.
                                                                                                                         56     UB Plywood
                                                                             vestors will have to return to              <6S UB Rub           Div.    Bid
 T966 Foil & Winter                                                          blue chips. After that, maybe, Gt A * P 40\ UB Bmelt
                                                                                                    Belmar-Wall National
                                                                                                                                               ^00    165
                                                                                                                                US Steel      3814
                                                                             faith will return to the glamor Greyhound
                                                                                                    Central Jersey Bank* I««4 "Wai worth       I'
                                                                                                                                                .30   11
  General Catalog                                                            stocks."                         Gull Oil   49% Warn B Pic 12T4
                                                                                                              Hamm Pap 3 H Well Mkta
                                                                                                    Eatontown National Bank                   1714     j*v*
                                                        Here Inc     MS Wn Un Tel                   Farmers & Merchants
                                                        111 Cent Ind 63       Weatg El
                                                                                                    First Merch. Nat'l Bank        (x) . (xx) .28
                                                                                                                                   .      . .         8%
  Over 150,000 Items Change Is Stolen                   Ing Rand     3« I WMte Mot
                                                        Int BUI Men 301 ] Wltco Cham
                                                        Int Harv     3914 I Wonlwrth
                                                                                                    First National Bank of Spring Lake 1.50
                       From Ice Machine                 Int Nick
                                                        Int Paper
                                                                     77U | xerox
                                                                     ! 4 ' i I Yngat Bh*T
                                                                                                    First National Bank of Toms River (x) .72
                                                                                                    First State Ocean County
  Shop From Home         FREEHOLD - About $20 to Int Tel 4 Tel 65 I
                                                                                                    Keannburg-Middletown •                    14»
                      $40 in change was reported sto-                                               Monmouth County National* (x) (xx) ,18
                       len from an ice machine near                 American
   Order by Phone the Foodtown store on ParkAve.                                                    N. J. National Bank                  (xx) .60
                                                                              Motybdcn     39'4 Ocean County National                         $10.
                         Police yesterday said that the              3(1       Phoenix 81! lS'i Peoples Nat'l Bank of Monmouth                 .40
                                                                              Pren Hall    5474 Peoples National Bank of Lakewood
                      cash box casing was pried open,
                      perhaps, with a crow bar during
                                                        Fargo Oils
                                                         mp Oil
                                                                      IV, | Rolllnl Inc    14 ' j
                                                                     12% | Bpprry R Wt 1(1 Sea Bright National
                                                                     48 I TechnlenI         9'4
                      the weekend.                      Kin Ark oil 214 I Utah Id 8        UMi Trust Co. of Ocean County
 pick up your catalog                                                                                                         INDUSTRIAL
                                                                                                    Aerologlcal Research
                                                                                                    Alkon Industries
           at                                                                    MONMOUTH MEATS     Brockway*
                                                                                                    Buck Engineering
                                                                                                    Electronic Associates                 N

                              110 Men. SI.        13 Mala St.                                       Electronic Assistance
  Montgomery Ward               Rtej talk          (atontom
                                                                         •roach Art.
                                                                         Urtfo Slly«                Laird
                                                                                                   Monmouth Capital
                               741-5292           542-0743                741-5350                 Monmouth Electric
                                                                                                   Monmouth Park*
  MON. SHOP. CTR.                                                                                  N. J. Natural Gas*
                                           FREEZES SPECIAL!                                        Rowan
 EATONTOWN, N. j .               U.S. CHOICE HIND QUARTER OF BEEF                               II Spiral Metal
                           AVG. WT. 140 LBS.                                      Z.gkt         | U. S. Home*
    (Catalog Detk)          Cut, Wrapptd, Mariwd for F r t t i t r O V                              Walter Reade • Sterling
                                                                                                 I frlnslow Tel.
                                                                                                   (x) Dividend     . (xx) Plus Stock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            it takes a l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       line old store
                                                                                                                                                          Carriage House
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        like J. Kridel
                                                                                                                                                          natural shoulder

                                                                                                                                                          suits and sportcoats,

                                                                                                                                                          in a sense,

                                                                                                                                                          are one year old today.

                                                                                                                                                          We introduced a

                                                                                                                                                          new name in "soft"

                                                                                                                                                          tailoring and

    •   \   '   ,   \   -.   '   .   :   •   '   •   •   •   '   .   '   •                                                                                a product not readily

                                                                                                                                                          available hereabouts.

                                                                                                                                                          But ,the New England

                                                                                                                                                          tradition which

                                                                                                                                                          Carriage House exemplifies

                                                                                                                                                          is timeless.

                                                                                                                                                          Fall suits, 105.00 to 125.00                                                                                   to tell who;
                                                                                                                                                          Sportcoats, 75.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the good guys are.j

                                                                                                                                                                                                      BoyV and Young M«n'i clothing, second floor, J. Kridal, Broad and Front Sfrotl.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    5 Fr«« alteration!; cxtondad charge accounts with no tarvic* charga; aven b'rth-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    § day cards and a gift for our Club 14 boys. Opan Wednesday and Friday eve-
                                                                                                                                                                                              i     S ningt till 9. 74I-5JOO.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  From Our Readers
      Tfie Registers Opinion                                                                                        — And Saw That It Was Not As Good Ai If
                                                                                                                         He Had Done It AH Himself                                                                                                 itOefi fr«a Hi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     — _ • • • butted u"»H words. They should bo . .
          The Red Bank Crisis Is Over                                                                                                                                                                                All Ittttn a n subject to condensation and edftlag.
                                                     board, and the teachers held on to                                                                                                                              mats el poHtieal candidates or commercial prodoct* an aot
    In a comprehensive account of the
meeting between the Red Bank Board                   their right to invoke sanctions, but
of Education and the Teachers' As-
sociation in settling their long-stand-
                                                     only if agreement cannot be reached
                                                     with the advisory board's recom-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The Register Cares
ing dispute. Daily Register newsman                  mendations.                                                                                                                                                                                                1710 Pascal PI.
                                                          "The teachers scored a surprise                                                                                                                                                                       Wall Township, N. J.
William Hageman said the two groups                                                                                                                                                                                  To The Editor:
are now at peace. And he reported                     victory in behalf of nontenure teach-                                                                                                                               So you really do care!                                    . ;.
how, after a 16-hour marathon ses-                    ers when the board agreed to hold                                                                                                                                  Your editorial concern about the lack of reply by Birchen
sion, a 17-page professional negotia-                 informal hearings before dismissing                                                                                                                            to their latest harassment is rather touching, i had labored
                                                      them.                                                                                                                                                          under the impression that you favored suppression of those who
tion agreement and a four-page teach-                                                                                                                                                                                incline to believe, as do members of JBS, that the public has
er grievence procedure were produced.                     "Both sides appeared pleased with                                                                                                                          a right to know the extent to which the Republic of the United
                                                      the final product They shook hands                                                                                                                             States is in danger.
    Thus, the bitter conl/oversy involv-
                                                      and laughed at each other's jokes                                                                                                                                   It comes as no surprise to members of the society when
ing the board and the teachers came
                                                      when they finally rose from the con-                                                                                                                            certain other organizations seek to curtail our efforts to inform
to an end — and, along with it, the                                                                                                                                                                                   the public. After all, that is the main excuse for their existence
                                                      ference table."
sanctions invoked by the teachers last                                                                                                                                                                                and if it were not for the society, they would soon no out of
                                                          As we had hoped and suggested,                                                                                                                              business.
April. Several formalities must be
                                                      there was a spirit of compromise at                                                                                                                                 Surely you can see the humor of the situation. Organizations
taken to approve the documents —
                                                      the Saturday-Sunday meeting. And                                                                                                                               which claim to exist for the advancement of peace and brotherly
but there seems to be no question that                                                                                                                                                                               love, seek to promote their cause by preaching fear and hatred
                                                    ' perhaps this, too, was responsible to
this will be done.                                                                                                                                                                                                   of the Birch Society. We know them for what they are and In
                                                      a great degree in hammering out an                                                                                                                             time the general public will awaken to the incongruity between
    What is highly significant at this                agreement Both sides knew they                                                                                                                                 what they preach and what they choose to practice. Perhaps
moment is that the board and the                      were involved in a dispute that had                                                                                                                            it will even dawn on you that if the Birch Society can be sup-
 teachers were able to sit down and                   to be settled — and it could be if                                                                                                                             pressed, so can others whom these organizations may choose
work out the dispute without having                   there a give-and-take atmosphere pre-                                                                                                                          to find fault with. It just depends on whose ox is being gored
 a third party intervene. There was a                                                                                                                                                                                doesn't it?
                                                      vailed.                                                                                                                                                                                Sincerly,
 time last week when this v/sp thought                    The time is over for pointing the                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. James K. Draper
 to be impossible — but a sudden                      finger and attempting to place the
switch in thinking by board members
 and the teachers, in the face of
                                                      blame for the deterioration in board-
                                                     teacher relationships and the damage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Teachers Need Support
student, community, and newspaper                    that ensued to the Red Bank educa-                                                                                                                                                                         Box 4*7'
pressures, created the atmosphere                    tional program. This, we hope, is now
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Farmlngdale, N. J.
needed for negotiations.                                                                                                                                                                                             To the Editor:
                                                     a thing of the past.                                                                                                                                                 The Red Bank teachers deserve the praise, respect and
    Mr. Hageman's report of the                           Out of this episode, we hope, will                                                                                                                         support of all Monmouth County cititens, eipeclally teacher-
session noted:                                       come further attempts to improve the
                                                                                                                            Sylvia Porter: Your Money's Worth                                                        citizens, for their staunch struggle to obtain the right to par-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ticipate in educational policy decisions in their district
         "Highlight of the negotiation               relations between the board and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The classroom teacher, the professional who lives dally
pact is a provision for a three-man
advisory board to arbitrate disputes.
                                                     teachers. And this must come through
                                                     a feeling of respect, confidence, and                       The State-Local Tax Torture                                                                         the gratifications and frustrations of school conditions, is the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     only one who fully understands the needs of his school system,
Both sides agreed to that                            trust — all of which had been lack-                          The great federal income tax cut is a           Carolina, which does not tax cigarettes. Else- ,   thereby is most qualified to make policy in this area.
    "Beyond that, there was com-                     ing in the past.                                         distant memory and this year's step-up in           where the cigarette tax ranges from 2 cents             Policy-making is not a "special" responsibility which
                                                                                                              withholding has significantly marred even           a pack to a staggering 11 cents. This is in        needs extraordinary capacity. Indeed, laymen who hold Board
promise on a number of issues and                         The machinery has been set up to                                                                                                                           of Education posts are certainly little expert for the roles they
                                                                                                              that. Our Social Security taxes went up last        addition to the 8 cents federa) tax on cigar-
there was no general victory or                      avoid another teacher-board crisis in                    January, go up again next January. Addition-        ettes and in addition to growing numbers of        have chosen to play. Teachers can, through their democratical-
capitulation for either side.                        Red Bank. But this machinery should                                         al state and local taxes are   , municipal taxes as well.                           ly-elected representatives, make policy not only in the Red
    "The board was successful in re-                 not have to be used if reasonable men                                       being loaded on us at an             Today, every single state taxes the gaso-      Bank district, but in any district in our country.
                                                     act the way they did at the negotia-                                        ever-accelerating pace.          line you put in your car, at rates ranging              The details which necessitate carrying out policy are cer-
taining its limit on the list of matters                                                                                                                          from 5 cents to 11 cents per gallon. And
                                                                                                                                     Despite the 1964 relief                                                         tainly the responsibility of the school system superintendent,
that can be appealed to the advisory                 tions session.                                                              from federal income taxes,       this is on top of the federal 4 cents per gal-     and in this area lies his true function. It is a folly of the demo-
                                                                                                                                 the over-all tax squeeze         lon tax. Again, more and more cities and           critic procedure to have a superintendent "dictate" policy to
                   Firefighting at Its Best                                                                                      seems stiffer than ever.
                                                                                                                                 Moreover, in contrast to
                                                                                                                                                                  towns are slapping their own gas taxes on
                                                                                                                                                                  motorists, too.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the hundreds of teachers who make the system "work."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Teachers do sot need a "big brother" to look after them.
   That was a fine example of inter-                Shrewsbury, and Middletown were                                              earlier in this decade, we           Just since fiscal 1950, our total state-            When teachers abrogate their responsibility of being active
                                                                                                                                 cannot now look forward to       local tax bill has soared from $15.9 billion       participants in school district policy decisions, they relegate
municipality co-operation Friday night              racing to the scene. And not far be-                                         further relief from the fed-     to $51.6 billion in fiscal 1965.
                                                    hind were first aid squads from those                                                                                                                            themselves to a level of social immaturity which they certain-
when a fire threatened an entire block                                                                                           eral government. We can              Enough. The message is loud and clear.
                                                                                                                  PORTER                                                                                             ly do not deserve. Monmouth County Education Associations
                                                    municipalities who wanted to be at the                                       look forward only to a           The relentless rise in demand for state and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     should rise to the active support of the Red Bank school teach-
on Ocean Ave. in Sea Bright.                                                                                  greater and greater tax burden from our             local services—ranging from roadbuilding to
                                                    fire scene if needed.                                                                                                                                            ers, for it is not the Red Bank teacher alone who is being
   The blaze destroyed two stores, a                                                                          states, cities and towns, even if federal rates     education, health and welfare, beautification,
                                                        Fortunately, there was no loss of                     stay unchanged.                                     pollution control, slum clearance—is making        judged.
service station and three apartments                life at the fire — although several                                                                           the rise in state and local taxes equally                                  Most respectfully,
and, for a time, it appeared that it                                                                              The state-local tax outlook is fearsome.                                                                                         W. Petrovich
                                                    firemen were treated for smoke in-                                                                            relentless.
                                                                                                                  Next year, all but three states have regu-
might get out of control.                           halation and others were treated at                                                                                       *          *         *

   Sea Bright firemen were on the                    the scene for slight injuries.
                                                                                                              lar legislative sessions scheduled and an
                                                                                                              astounding total of 90,000 new bills are ex-
                                                                                                              pected to be introduced. Undoubtedly, huge
                                                                                                                                                                     ALSO SPURRING state and local spend-
                                                                                                                                                                 ing is the proliferation of Great Society pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Praise ior Congressman
scene almost immediately — but they                     The fire-fighting effort Friday night                                                                                                                                                                 • 4 AnnCt.
                                                                                                              numbers of these will involve taxes and un-        grams and grants to states which must be
                                                    •was a tribute to the skill of those who                                                                                                                                                                    Hirlet, N. J.
knew they would need help in the                                                                              doubtedly our state and local tax bills will       matched by state and local contributions.
                                                                                                                                                                 Just since 1956, federal grants to state and        To the Editor:
event the fire spread. A call went out               battled the blaze. The fire, if St had                   again be hiked to new record totals.
                                                                                                                                                                 local governments have soared from $3.8 bil-            Will you please publish the enclosed letter, addressed to
to neighboring municipalities — and,                 not been properly controlled, could                          Today, according to a Commerce Clear-
                                                                                                                                                                 lion to a yearly rate of $13.5 billion today.       the Honorable James J. Howard.
in no time flat, fire trucks from Long               have been a disaster. But the firemen                    ing House count, all but eight states have                                                                                  Thank you
                                                                                                              a general sales tax ranging from 2 to 5                With the burden as great as it is, where
Branch, Monmouth Beach, Highlands,                   kept it contained — and they all                         per cent. State sales tax collections alone        can it—will it—be increased?                                                  Richard D. Wagner
Rumson, Fair Haven, Red Bank,                        deserve praise for their efforts.                                                                               Using the recent past as prologue, here
                                                                                                              are now nearing the $9 billion a year range.                                                           Dear Congressman Howard:
                                                                                                                                                                 are probable pressure areas:
                                                                                                                        *           *           *                                                                        We wish to convey to you our most sincere thanks for
                                                                                                                                                                     Individual income taxes: up 55 per cent
                          Willie the Wonder                                                                       TODAY, all but 16 states collect a per-
                                                                                                              tonal income tax and a growing number of
                                                                                                                                                                 between fiscal 1963 and 1965, a span in which
                                                                                                                                                                 total state and local tax collections rose
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the many courtesies which were extended to Mrs. Wagner,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     myself and our two small daughters during our recent visit
     Events of greater global signifi-                   Willie's accomplishment (which he                    cities are slapping on more income taxes as        17 per cent;                                        to our nation's capital.
cance should not be allowed to obscure               has since bettered) was scarcely noted                   well. Only two states, Nebraska and New                Corporation taxes: up 27 per cent In the            Not only did your personal kindness and attention to our-
                                                     outside the pungent pages of the na-                     Hampshire, have neither a general income           same period;                                        selves give us great pleasure, but, over and above all this, the
the fact that Willie Mays, the incom-
                                                                                                              nor sales tax. Nebraskans, though, will vote           Sales taxes: up 1$ per cent.                    fact that you took the children to the floor of the Congress .and
parable outfielder of the San Francis-               tion's sports sections. It was eclipsed
                                                                                                              this November in a referendum on a bill                Whatever the form of tax torture, torture       also introduced them personally to the sergeant at arms has,
co Giants, became the greatest right-                by headlines from Viet Nam, the end                      passed last year to launch an income tax.          it will be—and there is as of today, no way         beyond doubt, created an impression and a happy memory
                                                     of an air strike, concern over inflation,                     Today, there's only one state left, North     out for the states, cities or us.                   which will never be forgotten.
handed home run hitter in the history
                                                     a plunging stock market, and the re-                                                                                                                                It would be truly wonderful If every child in America could
of baseball. When Willie rocketed a 3-2                                                                                                                                                                              have an opportunity for such an exciting, interesting and edu-
                                                     turn of the President's daughter from
pitch over the right field fence in San               a honeymoon. But when all is said and                                      John Chamberlain: These Days                                                        cational experience.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sincerely yours,
Francisco the afternoon of Aug. 17, it                done, Willie May's feat will shine forth                                                                                                                                                   Richard D. Wagner
marked the 535th home run of his                      in the record books as brightly and
 illustrious career, breaking the record
 long held by Jimmy Foxx.
                                                      perhaps as long as anything else done
                                                      in the same week by any other mortal.
                                                                                                              Common Doom for Britain, V. S.?                                                                                Excellent Reporting
                                                                                                                   John Dos Passos, Sr., the father of the       Harold Wilson has had to put hi* country                                                   County of Monmouth
                                                                                                              well-known contemporary novelist and his-          on a Spartan diet. The British steel industry                                              Hall of Records
                                                                                                              torian who bears the same name, caused a           needs drastic renovation to make it com-
      Robert S. Allen, Paul Scott: Inside Washington                                                          mild flurry in the early years of the century      petitive with more lively economies, and one . To The Editor:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Freehold, N. J.
                                                                                                              by writing a book called "The Anglo-Saxon          of the excuses for "nationalizing" the steel         Your newspaper in general and your reporter Charles; A.
                                                                                                                                Century." It was a sort of       mills Is that only the government can af-        Johnston covering the event in particular deserve congratula-
 See Live TV Coverage of War                                                                                                     "union now with Britain"
                                                                                                                                proposition, envisioning a
                                                                                                                                 customs union, interchange-
                                                                                                                                                                 ford to carry out a thoroughgoing moderniza-
                                                                                                                                                                 tion of basic steel plant. Yet Wilson has no
                                                                                                                                                                 way of raising the money he needs to pay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tions for your report in the Aug. 18 edition of the Aug. 17 tour
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  by county officials of pubicly-owned airports in Pennsylvania,
      WASHINGTON—A major communications                    THE NEW FORCE-The impact of this                                                                                                                       Delaware and New Jersey.
                                                                                                                                 able currencies, and a com-     off the current steel mill owners and to buy
  breakthrough that will bring a new dimension        "third dimensional" reporting on TV audi-                                                                                                                       You did an excellent piece of objective reporting which
                                                                                                                                 mon court of arbitration.       new equipment. British steel has already had
  to the Viet Nam conflict, is in the immediate       ences and the communications media could                                                                                                                    should do much to clarify the thinking of the people of Mon-
                                                                                                                                 Clarence Streit, the mod-       a 9 per cent drop in output for the first half
  Offing.                                             be far-reaching.                                                                                                                                            mouth County with respect to what is fact and what is flctton
                                                                                                                                 ern "union now" man,            of 1966.
       Within a few weeks, the U.S. and Eu-                Some of the President's advisers are                                                                                                                   in connection with the developement of a publicly-owned air-
                                                                                                                                 would have been interested           Wilson is a socialist caught in a situation
                     rope will be directly linked     urging him to set up a special panel to study                                                                                                               port to serve our own general aviation needs.
                                                                                                                                 in it. Although the U.S. has    where he has had to invoke all the ancient
                    by means of commercial            this "instant TV" problem. They are warn-                                                                                                                                           Sincerely,
                                                                                                                                 stood with Britain through      conservative deflationary, financial dodges
                    communications satellites to      ing that the live broadcasts could directly                                two world wars, nothing                                                                                        Robert C. Bellas
                                                                                                              CHAMBERLAIN                                        that the famous John Maynard Keynes spent
                     the Far East, including          affect the conduct of the war, foreign policy                             came of the senior Dos           his life combatting. Similarly, Lyndon John-
                    strife-torn Southeast Asia.       and elections.                                          Passos' idea. Yet, ironically, the U.S. and        son, a New Deal expansionist par excellence
                         Two satellites are being          This is also the opinion of TV producer            Britain are indissolubly joined at the mo-         in his basic thinking, is going to have to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cynic's Corner                                By lnterj*ndi
                     readied for launching by the     Fred Friendly, now a communications con-                ment. What is terrifying about the "union"         clamp down on some of his domestic spend-
                     National     Aeronautics &       sultant of the Ford Foundation. In little-              is that it is a common linkage in a rush           ing to keep the Vietnamese War going.
                     Space Administration from        noticed testimony before the Senate Com-                to disaster.                                                  *           *           *
                     Cape Kennedy, Fla., for          merce Committee he pointed out:
                                                                                                                   What has happened makes no sense, for           ' IF BRITAIN and America could only
                     COMSAT — Communica-                   "The launching of satellites over the Pa-
                                                                                                              the two nations still have more combined            concert their foreign policies and discover
                     tions Satellite Corporation.     cific and Atlantic will revolutionize broad-
       ALLEN                                                                                                  resources than any other two countries in           some way of giving a common liquidity to
                         Once in stationary or-       casting as we know it. Nothing will be the
                                                                                                              the world. But neither President Johnson nor        the pound and the dollar, the common rush
  bits 23,000 miles above the Pacific and At-         same after these satellites are established.
                                                                                                              Britain's Prime Minister Harold Wilson seems        to disaster could be averted. But who has the
  lantic, these space stations will relay live        It will be possible to bring live pictures of
                                                                                                               able to stem the drift. The U.S., save for         brains and the moral stamina to move fruit-
  TV pictures and radio and telephone voice           the war in on Earlybird, II, or whatever it
                                                                                                              token help from Australia, New Zealand,             fully into these areas? Who, in the seats of
  signals across the two oceans and three             will be called, from Viet Nam to COMSAT'S
                                                                                                               and South Korea, stands pretty much alone          power in the two capitals of London and
                     continents.                      new ground station at Brewster Flats, Wash.
                                                                                                               in Viet Nam. Dritain could help us heft'the        Washington, has the guts to tell the Soviets
                         P o w e r f u l TV-radio          "In Southeast Asia, we are now making
                                                                                                               burden without much actual involvement             and the Red Chinese that the two greatest
                    ground transmitters and re-       these decisions which will decide where we
                                                                                                               merely by cutting off trade With the North         free nations are darned well going to keep
                    ceivers will operate from         will be a decade from now. Because tele-
                                                                                                               Vietnamese and letting the world know that         the world open? And who is going to make
                    Thailand, Japan, the Philip-      vision can teach, can illuminate, can inspire,
                                                                                                               Britons are grateful for a U.S. policy that        the difficult venture of giving a common
                    pines and Hawaii. The sat-        can inform, the broadcasts direct from Viet
                                                                                                               shields their old colonies of Malaysia and         base to institutions supporting the dollar
                    ellites will link these sta-      Nam will be crucial tools in forging U.S.
                                                                                                               Singapore. But Harold Wilson, bedeviled by         and the pound?
                    tions directly to others now      public opinion and policy. It will be a whole
                                                                                                               the ancient pacifist left wing of the Labor             Maybe the way to bring prosperity back
                   in the U.S. and Europe.            new ball game when the satellites are
                                                                                                               Party, considers himself powerless to pro-         to Britain is to welcome the decision of the
                         By mid-1967, live TV         operating."
                                                                                                               claim his sympathy for what the U.S. is            local automobile manufacturers, including the
                    coverage of the war will                                                                   doing to keep the world from being broken          British subsidiary of General Motors, to go
                    be possible when Saigon Is
                   connected, to a mobile
 transmitter in Thailand. That link-up will
                                                                         REGISTER                              in two at the geographical hinge of south-
                                                                                                               east Asia.
                                                                                                                         *           *           *
                                                                                                                                                                  on a four-day week. But, as an old student
                                                                                                                                                                  of Detroit economics, this makes no sense
                                                                                                                                                                  to me. The rule of mass production is that
permit the violence and ravages of combat                      TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1968
                                                                                                                    SO THK U.S. staggers on alone, in             the smaller the production line run, the more
 to be brought instantly into the homes of                                                                                                                       costly the individual car. How U England
                                                              «»«   BMHU HI., KM n«tiu. n.     j.              prosperity undermined by the policies which
millions of American and European TV view-                     « « Rl. M, MlddlMuwn. N. J.                                                                        going to get an export market for her cars
                                                              M E M Mlln HI.. FirchoR N. J.                    Lyndon Johnson thinks he must accept to
era for the first time in history.                            m Broadway, tonic Branch. N. J.                                                                    out of such high-cost thinking? And how is
                                                                                                               fight the Vietnamese War. The British pound
     If the satellite communications rales are                                                                 is in extremity, but the U.S. has little to       Johnson going to pay for the Vietnamese
U low as COMSAT officials are privately                           kr Tka B*4 Bank KeiliMr Ucorporatea         spare at this moment to shore it up. With          War if his money policies provoke a reces-
ftylng they will be, many independent TV             L HAKOIJ) Kri.l.V. r.bllWrr and~»lea«raj H a u n t       money "tight" all over the world, and with         sion that will drastically lower the tax take?
stations as well as the networks will find it                           ~^\rtnar KTltarnln. Cdltor            the huge British import market threatened               Both Johnson and Wilson are riding the           "Won't they ever learn? Ha who lives by
                                                                 flu7>Bcrli>tlon I'rlcei In Adv«nc«
feasible to transmit daily war reports from           llnicle ennv at counter. 7 centi: l>v mall, in cr-nls   because of an adverse balance created by           same toboggan. Can't they put their heads              tha placard, dies by the placard!"
South Viet Nam.                                          12 rmmlha—119.80                 3 inimlhl—IMO       the high cost of "made In Britain" exports,        together to avert the looming crash?
                                                          « monthi-l B.M           '      1 month —II «0
Weds College Student                                                                                                                            Miss Kopasz                                                             Miss Jordan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tuesday, Augu* Kl, 1966-7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               THE DAILY REGISTER

                                                                                                                                                To Marry                                                                Is Bride In
     Miss Linda Abdella Is Bride  RED BANK - The marriage                 The bride, a graduate of Mid-
                                                                                                                                                  NEW MONMOUTH - The en-
                                                                                                                                               gagement of Miss Nancy Marie
                                                                                                                                               Kopasz to Carl Rathjen is an-
                                vows of Miss Linda Louise Ab-                                                                                  nounced by her parents, Mr. and                                            JACKSON, Miss. — Mr. and
                                                                        dletown Township High School,
                                 della and William Robert Bruce         attended the     University of                                         Mrs. Peter Kopasz, 12 Morford                                            Mrs. J. H. Jordan of this city,
                                were solemnized at a Nuptial            Bridgeport (Conn.), and is em-                                         Rd. He is the son of Mr. and                                             formerly of Hope Rd., New
                                Mass Saturday celebrated by             ployed at Fort Monmouth. She                                           Mrs. Carl Rathjen, 1 West Jack
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Shrewsbury, N. J., announce the
                                Rev, Florian J. Gull here in St.        is attending Monmouth College,                                         St., Hazlet.
                                                                                                                                                  A July wedding is planned.                                            marriage of their daughter, Miss
                                James Catholic Church. A dou-           West Long Branch.
                                ble ring ceremony was included.                                                                                   Miss Kopasz, a 1963 graduate of                                       Patricia Jordan, to William C.
                                                                          Mr. Bruce, who also is attend-                                       Middletown      Township     High
                                  The bride is the daughter of                                                                                                                                                          Allen, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                        ing Monmouth College, is an                                            School, is a senior at Upsala Col-
                                Mr. and Mrs. David Joseph Ab-                                                                                                                                                             urtis Allen, also of this city.
                                della, 137 Crestview Dr., Middle-       alumnus of McLean (Va.) High                                           lege, East Orange, where she is
                                                                                                                                               a candidate for a bachelor of                                              The ceremony took place Aug.
                                town. Mr. Bruce is the son of           School and served three years in
                                                                                                                                               arts degree in psychology and                                               in the First Baptist Church of
                                Mrs. Sammy Pertino, Arlington,          the U.S. Army, stationed in Ger-                                                                                                                Livingston, Ala., with Rev.
                                Va., and the late George Curtis         many. On their; return from a                                          elementary education. She is past
                                                                                                                                               president of the Student Educa-                                          James Ellis officiating.
                                Bruce.                                  wedding trip to Williamsburg,                                                                                                                     The bride, the great-grand-
                                                                                                                                               tion Association, recording secre-
                                  Immediately after the cere-           Va., the couple will reside in the                                     tary of Psi Chi honorary fratern-                                        daughter of Mrs. William A. Ste
                                mony a reception was held in            Stony Hill Apartments, Eaton-                                          ity in psychology, a member of                                           vens of Long Branch, N. J., and
                                Gibbs Hall, Fort Monmouth.                                                        Miss Nancy M. Kopasz
                                                                                                                                               the Gray Key honorary service           Miss Pamela S. Brewster          Jackson, is tihe granddaughter of
                                   Mr. Abdella gave his daugh-                                                                                 organization and Beta Phi Sigma                                          Mr. and Mrs. George L. Green
                                ter in marriage. She wore a lace
                                appliqued gown of silk organza
                                                                                                                                               sorority. She also is a pledge of
                                                                                                                                                                                     Set Wedding                        of Jackson, and of Mr. and Mrs.
                                fashioned with a chapel trair
                                Her three-tier Italian butterfl
                                                                         FreeholdMan Marries                                                   Beta Sigma Phi international
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Oce McDaniel of Laurel.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. Allen, a graduate of Lau-         Miss Laura M. Boehm
                                veil was held by a matching
                                                                                                                                                  Mr. Rathjen, an alumnus of
                                                                                                                                                <eyport High School, received a      In December                        rel High School, attended Hinds
                                crown headpiece.
                                  Miss Ann DiGiovanni, Keans-            In Hamilton Township                                                   jachelor. of science degree in
                                                                                                                                                >usiness administration in 1965
                                                                                                                                                                                     RUMSON - Mr. and Mrs. Da-
                                                                                                                                                                                   id Townley Brewster, Packer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Junior College, Raymond, Miss.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and is employed by Deposit Guar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        anty National Bank, Jackson.
                                burg, was maid of honor. Brides-
                                maids were the Misses Susan
                                Matthews, Middletown; Susan
                                                                                                               HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — St. from Monmouth College, West
                                                                                                             Matthais Episcopal Churcl} was Long Branch, where he was a
                                                                                                                                                                                Ave., announce the engagement
                                                                                                                                                                                of their daughter, Miss Pamela
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. Allen, a graduate of Pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        vine High School, attended Hinds
                                Eitner, Little Silver; Carol Ab-                                             the setting here Saturday for the member of Epsilon chapter of       itrong Brewster, to Robert Fair-      Junior College. He will attend the   MIDDLETOWN - Announce-
                                della, Paxton, Mass., and Julie                                              marriage of Miss Patricia Ann Delta Sigma Pi international pro-       hild Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs.     Business Administration School    ment is made by Mr. and Mrs.
                               •Pertino, Arlington, Va.                                                      Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. fessional and social business fra-    iordon D. Porter, Kensington,        at Mississippi College at Clinton.Adolph A. Boehm, 378 Cooper
                                                                                                             James E. Davis, 37 Valley View ternity. Mr. Rathjen is with Koos      'onn.                                The couple are at home at 146     Rd., of the engagement of their
                                  Allen Jones, Arlington, Va.,
                                                                                                             Dr., Yardville, to Harry Joseph Brothers Furniture, Linden, mer-        A    December     wedding    is    Beverly Cir., Jackson.            daughter, Miss Laura Madeline
                                was best man. Ushers were Dix-
                                                                                                             Groth. He is the son of Mr. and chandising department.             planned.                                                                  Boehm, to Frank Ralph Reale.
                                ie Abdella, at home, brother ol                                                                                                                                                                                           He is the son of Mrs. Frank P.
                                                                                                        Mrs. Harry A. Groth, 23 Mon-                                                 The bride-elect Is the grand
                                the bride; Thomas Collins, Wor
                                                                                                        mouth Ave., Freehold.                                                   daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Molly Pitcher Unit                      Reale, 427 W. Seventh St., Plain-
     Mrs. WillUun R. Bruce      cester, Mass.; John Cantaffa,                                                                                                                                                                                             field, and the late Dr. Reale.
                                                                                                                                                                                Edward Marsden Cooke, Orange,
 (The former Linda L. Abdella) Long Branch, and Peter John-
                               son, Plainfield.
                                                                                                           Rev. Robert Clark officiated at
                                                                                                        the double ring ceremony. Or-
                                                                                                        ganist was Miss Nara Dwyer and
                                                                                                                                                  Bride-Elect                       nd the late Mr. and Mrs. Lew- Elects Officers                            Miss Boehm, a graduate of
                                                                                                                                                                                is Oakley Brewster, Elizabeth. KEANSBURG — Mrs. Bert Bound Brook High School, is a
                                                                                                                                                                                She was graduated from Stone- Woodhead was elected president junior at Wellesley (Mass.) Col-
                                                                                                        soloist, Mrs. Robert T. Hall, 2d
State Democratic Drive                                                                                  Immediately after the ceremony
                                                                                                        a reception was held in the Elks
                                                                                                                                                                                leigh . Prospect Hill School, of the Molly Pitcher Barracks lege where she is majoring in
                                                                                                                                                                                 Greenfield, Mass., and attended 1907, Veterans of World War I, economics. She is a member of
                                                                                                                                                                                    ireen Mountain College, Poult- Ladies Auxiliary, at a meeting the college choir and the Caril-
                                                                                                        Lodge, Freehold.
Launched In Rumson                                                                                         Mr. Davis gave his daughter in
                                                                                                        marriage. She wore a long-
                                                                                                                                                                                ney, Vt. She is employed by Co- held in Moose Hall.
                                                                                                                                                                                 lumbia      Broadcasting System, Also elected were Mrs. An-
                                                                                                                                                                                 New York City.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mr. Reale, an alumnus of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     thony Gerber, senior vice presi- lainfield High School, is a se-
   RUMSON—New Jersey's Dem- F. Norton, Sea Bright, appointed                                            sleeyed gown of white satin fash                                             Mr. Porter, a graduate of The dent; Mrs. Marie Bendokas,
ocntic women leaders attended Mrs. John Petillo, Red Bank, tc                                           ioned with a detachable train                                                                                                                     nior at the University of Penr-
                                                                                                                                                                                    iunnery School, Washington, junior vice president; Mrs. Freda
a kickoff luncheon for the state- serve as Monmouth County chair-                                       Her veil was held in place by                                                                                                                     sylvania at Philadelphia, where
wide "Dollars for Democrats' man for the drive. Mrs. Petilli                                                                                                                    Conn., and Denison University, Winkleman,             treasurer;    Mrs, he is a member of Kappa Sig-
                                                                                                         a crown of seed pearls.                                                Granville, Ohio, is a candidate Peter Torsiello, chaplain; Mrs,
fund drive in the River House is wife of Assistant County Pros                                             Miss Suan A. Qualthrough, Bel-                                                                                                                 ma fraternity. He plans to at-
here Friday.                                                                                                                                                                    for a master's degree in history Santo Parisi, conductress; Mrs,
                                  ecutor John Petillo and pres                                                                                                                                                                                            tend medical school after gradu-
                                                                                                         levue. Pa., was maid of honor                                          at the University of Connecticut Angie Nigro, guard, and Mrs,
   The drive, which opens 6ept. 7 ident of the Women's Democrats                                                                                                                                                                                          ation.
                                                                                                         Miss Kathy Whitcutt, Hights-                                           at Storrs. He taught two years David Beaman, three-year trust-
and continues through the 17th, Club of Monmouth County.
                                                                                                         town, was bridesmaid.                                                  at The Rectory School, Pomfret, ee.
is headed by Mrs. Charles F. Sul- Assisting her will be the pres
livan, East Brunswick, and State idents of all local women's Dem
Sen. John Waddington, Salem ocratic clubs in the county.
                                                                                                           Robert L. Black, Freehold, was
                                                                                                         best man. Nephews of the bride-
                                                                                                                                                                                Conn., and will join the faculty
                                                                                                                                                                                 this fall at Girard College in Phil- Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                 adelphia, where he will teach his-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Fred Young, Keyport,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      was initiated and welcomed as
                                                                                                         groom Paul R. Ketcham, Jr.                                                                                   a     new member.        Delegates
County.                             "Four for '66," a program t
   Mrs. Thelma Parkinson Sharp, recruit volunteers who will givi
National Committeewoman, called four hours of their time to thi
                                                                                                         and Stephen L. Black, both of
                                                                                                         Freehold, were ushers.
                                                                                                                                                                                 tory.              • •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      elected for the national conven-
                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Porter is the grandson of tion in San Diego, Calif., are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Course For
                                                                                                                                                                                 the late Alphonso B. Porter of Mrs. Edward Eisenman, Mrs.
the dollar drive "especially ap- fund drive, was organized wit
proprlate for the Democratic Mrs. George P. Reseter, Raritan
                                                                                                           The bride, a graduate of Belle-
                                                                                                         vu« <Pa.) High School, is em-
                                                                                                                                                                                 New Britain, Conn., former Ed Luminoso, Mrs. P. Torsiello
                                                                                                                                                                                 board chairman of the Prentice and Mrs. Woodhead.
Party, which since the days of Township, as chairman for Mon                                             ployed at McGraw-Hill Publish                                                                                                                        MATAWAN-A substitute teach-
                                                                                                                                                                                 Manufacturing Company of Ken- The next meeting will be
Thomas Jefferson has been proud mouth County. She will be as-               Mrs. Harry J. Grotti         ing Company, Hightstown.                                                                                                                         er workshop will be conducted
                                                                                                                                                                                 sington, and the late Mrs. Port- Sept. 20.
to call itself the party of the sisted by Mrs. Frank McCloskey (The former Patricia A. Davis)              Mr. Groth, who also is em                                                                                                                      by the Matawan Community
                                                                                                                                                                                 er, and of the late Dr. Lane
people.                           Eatontown. Mrs. Reseter is vice-                                      ployed at McGraw-Hill Publish-                                                                                                                    Adult School this fall.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Bruce Kline, who was chief sur-
   "We 'in New Jersey want vot- chairman of the County Demo-                                                                                    Mta Cynthia M. Ponessa                                                     Pansies for Yoil!                 The workshop will be offered
ers with a genuine sense of cratic Executive Committee and
participation in the Democratic   Mrs. McCloskey is secretary.
                                                                        State Officer                    ing Company, was graduated                                              geon of the Veterans Administra-
                                                                                                        from Freehold Regional High LONG BRANCH — Mr. and tion Hospital, Newington, Conn.,
                                                                                                         School in 1961. He served in the Mrs. Joseph Ponessa, 107 Nor- and the late Mrs. Kline.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          for 10 two-hour sessions between
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sept. 26 and Dec. 13 in Mata-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           wan Regional High School, At-
process and a personal commit- Mrs. Gustave J. Freret; Fail
ment to good government," Mrs. Haven, will direct publicity, as         To Speak                         U.S. Air Force 1962-66 and was wood Ave., announce the engage-
                                                                                                         stationed in Biloxi, Miss.; Sam ment of their daughter, Miss
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           lantic Ave.
Sharp said.                       sisted by Mrs. Donald Kelleher,
   State Committeewoman Cecile Middletown.                             RIVER PLAZA - Miss Geral-         sun, Turkey, and Omaha, Neb. lynthia Marie Ponessa,                 to      Members                                                                  Registrations for this c o u r s e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           will be accepted between 7 and
                                                                    dine V. Brown, newlye-elected The couple will reside in the Anthony Esposito, Jr , son of Mr.                                                                                          9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and
                                                                    state president of the New Jer- Southgate
                                                                    sey Federation of Women's
                                                                                                                      Apartments,     Bor- and Mrs. Anthony Esposito, Sr.,
                                                                                                         dentown, after a wedding trip to 10 Larchwood Ave., West Long
                                                                                                                                                                                     Model At                                                              Wednesday, Sept. 19, 20 and 21,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            In the high school office. The
                                                                    Clubs, will be guest speaker at
                                                                    the President's Dinner honoring
                                                                                                         New York .City.                    Branch.
                                                                                                                                               Miss Ponessa, a graduate of           Beach Club                                                             combined registration and tuition
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            fee will be $12. Classes are held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Monday and Thursday evenings.
                                                                                                                                           Long Branch High School,          is SEA BRIGHT - Fifteen women
                                                                    Miss Mary Wheaton, president of          Airman Wed                    employed by Thompson In members, four children and a pair                                                          The agenda will Include case
                                                                    the River Plaza Woman's Club.                                          dustries, New Shrewsbury.             of lifeguards modeled fall styles                                         studies and actual teaching prob-
                                                                    The dinner will be held at River         In Post Chapel                    Mr. Esposito, an alumnus of from Fresh Silks Sunday at the
                                                                                                                                                                                 Trade Winds Beach Club.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           lems. Guest lecturers will speak
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           from time to time.
                                                                   House Inn, Rumson, on Septem- BILOXI, Miss. - The Chapel Shore Regional High School, West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The workshop will be a prac-
                                                                   ber 8th at 7 p.m.                    of Keesler Air Force Base was Long Branch, attended Salem The fashion show was pre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           tical discussion, case study, how-
                                                                                                        the setting here Aug. 19 for the College, W. Va. He was graduated sented by Mrs. Nicholas Servi-
                                                                      Robert Spencer, music teach- marriage of Miss Donna Marie from Wilfred School of Hair and dio, Colts Neck.                                                                           to-do-it problems course, accord-
                                                                   er at Red Bank High School Lantz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beauty Culture, Asbury Park, Among the models were Mn.                                                                      ing to the committee.
                                                                   will provide the entertainment. Robert E. Lantz of Salina, Kan., and the Leon Amendola School Stanley Siegel, New Shrewsbury,
                                                                   Mr. Spencer is tenor .soloist at to Airman 1/C Peter Baker Mer- of Advanced Hah Styling, New in a red orlon scramble stitch
                                                                   the First Methodist Church in lette. He is the son of Mr. and York City. He is owner of Mr. knit with black lattice trim,                                                               Square Dancers
                                                                   Red Bank.                            Mrs. Floyd G. Merlette, 64 Anthony's Playgirl               Coiffures, worn with black accessories, and                                            Plan Dinner
                                                                      A future teacher, Miss Laura Ridge Rd., Fair Haven, N.J.             Brick Township.                      Mrs. James Gladish, Little Sil-
                                                                                                                                                                                ver, in black nylon sUetch pants                                              SEA GIRT -         Jersey Shore
                                                                   M, Greely, was this year's re- Miss Susan Lantz, at home,                                                                                                                               Proraenaders       Square     Dance
                                                                   cipient of the River Plaza Wom- was her sister's only attendant                                              and a full-fashioned wool turtle
                                                                                                                                                                                neck sweater topped by a pon-                                              Club will bold a buffet dinner
                                                                   an's Club scholarship.          Miss Airman 1/C James Franklin, Rosary Society                                                                                                           Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m., in St.
                                                                   Greely will enter Newark State Keesler AFB, was best man.                                                    derosa cotton auede shirt. Laura
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Uriel'* Church hire. Mr. and
                                                                   College in September. She is The bride was graduated from               Schedules Speaker                    Servidio modeled a three-piece
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Mrs. James Gifford are chair-
                                                                   working at the N. J. Bell Tele- Salina High School in 1964. Air- HAZLET — First meeting of knit and corduroy ensemble with                                                               men. Glenn Cook will call for
                                                                   phone Company for the summer. man Merlette, who was gradu- the season of St. Benedict's Ro-                  blue bell-bottom slacks and gold,
                                                                                                                                                                                red and blue striped poor boy                                               dancing at 8:30 p.m. after the
                                                                                                        ated In 1982 from Rumson-Fair sary Altar Society will be held top and Dutchboy cap for her                                                         dinner.
                                                                                                        Haven (N.J.) Regional High Thursday, Sept. 8, at 8: IS p.m. mother.
  LUNCHEON COMMITTEE for t h * Long Branch Public                       Small Business                  School, Is attending the Ground The rosary will be recited in                                                      912
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              An open dance will be held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Oct. 1, with Ben Baldwin calling,
  Health Nursing Auxiliary plan avent set for Sept. 29                                                                                                                               Other models were Mrs. Rich-                                           at the Edith Griebling School,
                                                                                                        Radio Communications Electron- church, followed by the meeting
  in Shadowbrook, Shrewsbury, which will feature a fash-                Seminar Slated                  ics School at Keesler Air Force In the school cafeteria.
                                                                                                                                                                                ard Frick and Mrs. James Fa-
                                                                                                                                                                                 gan, Little Silver; Mn. David             fy£u**WU&                        Howell Township.
  Ion shew by Dorothy Rose of Allenhurst. From left to                LONG BRANCH - A business Base.                                           Rev. George Hafner, assistant N. Peterson, EatontownI Mils                                                     Mr. and M n . Preston E. Alex-
                                                                   management seminar will start                                             it St. James Catholic Church, Ltnnea Laurie and Miss Roberta Embroider pansies In gold, ander were appointed to head
  right ate Mrs. Clarence B. Plantz, luncheon chairman! Thursday, Sept. 22, at the high                                                    Jamesburg, will be guest speak- Coudrier, Red Bank* Mrs. Neal purple, magenta, any color to add the committee for the Jim Car-
  Mrs. Norman G. Becker, auxiliary chairman, and Mrs. school of interest to those start- Presents Program                                  er. He Is«member of the Dioc- Green, Long Branch) Mrs. Geof- charm to towel set.                                gill open dance scheduled for
  Louis Btrbour, who heads the hostess and gifts commit- Ing a small business and owners For Couples* Club                                 esan Liturgical Council. Father frey Dendy, Lincroft; Mrs. Don- Perk up kitchen colors, pep Up Nov. 26,
                                                                    and managers of small estab-                                           Hafner's topic wilt be "How the ald Shalders, Rumson; Mrs. everybody's mealtime mood! Em- Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman will be
  tee.                                                                                                     FREEHOLD - Mrs. Robert Church Is Renewing Herself."
                                                                    lished businesses.                                                                                          Robert McGee and Miss Janeen broider pansy china on a set of chairmen of the annual Christ-
                                                                       Stephen Kay of the Small Busi-   Buck, Freehold, presented the Refreshments will be served by Davis, Middletown; Mrs. Arnold towels. Pattern 912: transfer six mas party.
                                                                    ness Administration Regional Of-    program at the monthly dinner Mrs. James Rainsford and her Atkatz, Leonardo, and Mrs. John 6x6Vj-in. motifs.                                          The club will give a demon-
    TEEN FASHION NOTE:                                             fice, Newark; Craig Lee of the meeting of the Married Couples' committee.                                    H. Phair, Atlantic Highlands, Thirty-five cents In coins fo; stration of square dancing at Al-
                                                                   U.S. Government Small Business Group, First Baptist Church, Mrs. Robert Hart, newly In- and Mrs. Frederick Leonardis, each pattern — add 15 cents for laire State Park Sept. 11.
                                                                   Development       Center,    Asbury here Thursday.                      stalled president, has selected for Monmouth Beach, and Tim Hen- each pattern for lst-class mailing
  It's New                                                         Park and Joseph Sharkey of the Mrs. Buck, who sang songs her executive committee Mrs. nessy, Red Bank, and Jack O'Neil and special handling. Send to
                                                                   Long Branch Community Adult ranging from the classical to folk lohn Gilligan, flowers; Mrs. Lincroft, Trade Winds lifeguards. Laura Wheeler, ThB Daily Reg-

  It's Exciting
                                                                   school have planned the 10-ses- tunes, was accompanied In part fames Rainsford, hospitality; Children modeling were Ann- ister, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161,
                                                                   slon seminar to cover all phases by Mrs. John Duckett and also Mrs. Charles Donaldson, mem- marie Christopher daughter of Old Chelsea Station, New York
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    WHY PAY
                                                                   of small business.                   accompanied herself on an auto jership; Mrs. Bernard Massa- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christopher, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Num-
                                                                                                        harp. Mrs. Buck has performed rook, program; Mrs. Gerard Long Branch, and granddaughter ber, Name, Address, Zip.                                             MORE?
  It's the                                                          Librarians Schedule
                                                                                                        for other local groups and is a Hart, publicity, and Mrs. Ber- of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Levy, owners 1967 Success! Our new Needle-
                                                                                                        graduate of Baldwin-Wallace Col- nard McGougti, spiritual activi- of the beach club; Frances Mas- craft Catalog sparkles with the
                                                                                                        lege, Ohio, and a member of the
                                                                   Animal Cake Sale                                                                                             tria, Rumson, and Nicholas and Best of Everything — smartes

   GREAT                                                                                                Colts Neck Madrigal Singers So-
                                                                       UNION BEACH — Mrs. Rich- ciety. Members of the audience
                                                                   ard J. Hughes, wife of the gover- participated in a group of musi-
                                                                   nor, has been named honorary cal exercises.
                                                                                                                                           Ex-Singer to Speak
                                                                                                                                            it Opening Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                Michael Servidio, Colts Neck.

                                                                                                                                                                                Fire Auxiliary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     knit, crochet fashions, afghans,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     quilts, embroidery, toys, gifts. 200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     designs, 2 free, patterns, Hurry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     send 25c.

    FALL                                                           chairman of the annual librarians' Chairmen of the dinner com- MIDDLETOWN -
                                                                   cake and bake sale to be held in mittee were Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
                                                                                                                                                                                To Sell Chowder                         12 Unique Quilts from famous
                                                                                                                                           )pera singer Helen Jepson will LEONARDO — Clam chowder American museums. Send 50c for
                                                                                                                                           >e guest speaker at the opening sales will be held by the auxil- Museum Quilt Book No. 2. Value!
                                                                    the Memorial Library here Sat- mond Bezanson, assisted by Mr. meeting of the local Woman's iary of the Brevent Park and Quilt Book No. 1 — sixteen com
  All Hair                                                          urday.
                                                                                                        and Mrs. Paul Borden, Mr. and
                                                                                                        Mrs. T. Fred Smith, Mr. and
                                                                                                                                           Club Thursday, Sept. 8, in the Leonardo Fire Company the first plete patterns. 50c.
                                                                       Sale hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs. Robert Guy, Mr. and Mrs. River Plaza Fire House.
                                                                                                                                                                                Friday of each month starting
           and a                                                                                                                                                                Friday in the fire house. A rum-
                                                                   Cakes, cupcakes, cookies, pastries I.eon BcnEzra. Guests of the eve- Miss Jepson, who developed a mage sale is planned for Sept.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ENTERTAINS PTA BOARD                            Rr. 35 aid
                                                                                                                                             evere throat problem, studied                                              HOWELL TOWNSHIP - Mrs                      N*w Monmontli Rd.
                                                                    and special desserts will be of- ning were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
  Yard Long                                                         fered. Beverages also will be Dix.
                                                                                                                                            ipecch therapy at Orthoepedic !4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., an
                                                                                                                                             lospital, Orange. Her topic wi
                                                                                                           Tim committee appointed to ar- >e speech therapy and her sec- for October.
                                                                                                                                                                                      spaghetti dinner is schedule
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       harlcs Hall, Ardena Rd., presi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ent of ,the Ardena-Greibling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      'arent-Tcacher Association, was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NEW SHREWSBURY.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sknwibury Avt. «t R». 31 [
     The GREAT FALL is on                                              Contributions of home-baked range next month's meeting wero ind career as an orthoepist.                      The birthdays of Mrs, Jamei lostcss to members of the ex-                          Located I*
     the rise! It's an instant                                      items will ho accepted at the Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Orr, The club will hold a member- now, Mrs. Donald Duchanan am cutive hounl at her home.                                                  Atlantic Saptrama
     success as you wind,                                           library beginning at 8 a.m. Sat- chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl :hip tea Thursday, Sept. 29, at 1rs. Walter Lang were eclebrat                         Mrs. George Sice announced a
                                                                   urday.                               Schanck, Mr. and Mrs. Earl p.m. in the home of Mrs. Lars id yesterday and each was pre luffet lunch and reception will be
     coll, braid, loop, wrap,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         550 Broad St.
     twine or just let it hang                                         Proceeds of the sale will be     Recder, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lonquist, 71 Dwight Rd. Mem- iented a gift from her secret pa ;ivcn [or the faculty and admin                                       Shrewsbury
     free in the bretxes. It's                                     used to purchase a card catalog Orr and Rev. nnd Mrs. Andrew bers and guests are invited to tlrs. Henry Schwartz and Mrs slrative staff of both schools
                                                                   cabinet for the library.             Anderson.                          Jttend.                               Foseph Kelly were hostesses.         5e|)t. 6 in the Ardena School.
     the hairpiece ultimate
     arid ad Inflnirum . . .
     and it comes in lengths
                                                                            HUFFMAN & BOYLE'S                                                                  DON'T PUSH!
     of 20 inches to a lux-
     urious. yard. Know the
     fun of Instant long, long
     hair!                                                                   Special Bedding Section . . .
                                                                                                                                                                 There's plenty of room Inilde for
                                                                                                                                                                 everyone . . . no matter how many
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ONE MAN'S PLEASURE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Is often another man's poiion but here at SHREWS'
       Aik eboar car wig rental
                                                                                                                                                                  are in the picture, it can be framed
                                                                                                                                                                  by . . .                                               BURY DECORATORS, 468 BROAD ST.. SHREWS*
   irs''AT                                                                 Great gnvinga on one-of-a-kind quality mat-                                                                                                      BURY, wa kaap abreast of all tht latast decorating
                                                                                                                                                                          That Little Old Frame Maker
                                                                           tresses and boxRitringn from famous maker*
  21 M O N M O U T H ST.      RED BANK
                                                                           Route 35 Circle • Eatontown • 542-1010
                                                                                                                                                                          LOU COOPER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            trends so you will be surs to find your plaasura
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            here   . . .   for   FREE     SHOP-AT-HOME           SERVICE
                                                                                       Same Day Delivery Service                                                                                                            PHONE 7 4 7 - 4 4 2 2 .
  Closed Mon.—Open Thurs. Eve)—741-0792                                                                                                             413 SHREWSIURY AVE.             747-1175      SHREWSIURY
 S—TueaUr, August 30, 1966
   THE DAILY REGISTER                                                                                                                            Will Judge
 VFW Auxiliary                                                                                                                                   Lambs At,
 To Hold Party                                                                                                                                    lemington
   WEST KEANSBURG - Plans                                                                                                                           FREEHOLD — The first at-
 were made at a recent meeting                                                                                                                    raction of the week-long series
 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars                                                                                                                 )f 4-H shows and contests at the
 Auxiliary to hold a tricky tray                                                                                                                   lemington Fair, beginning to-
 party in the post home, Davern                                                                                                                    lorrow, will be the state 4-H
 Ave., on Sept. 21. Mrs. James                                                                                                                     uality lamb show and sale.
 Broderick is chairman. Refresh-                                                                                                                    Robert and Beverly Leshin-
 ments will be served and tickets                                                                                                                 ky, 5 Vine St., Freehold, Don-
 ire available from any member                                                                                                                    ild and Daniel Kniffen, Morgan-
 or at the door.                                                                                                                                   ille, and Adele Basista, Holm-
   Mrs. Fred Becker announced                                                                                                                      el, will show their lambs begin-
 two affairs will be held by the                                                                                                                   ing at 10 a.m. as representa-
 post, a family picnic at the post                                                                                                                ivo.s of the Monmouth County
 home Sept. 4, and a barn dance                                                                                                                    hapter.
 in the West Keansburg Fire
                                                                                                                                                    An auction sale of Ihe best
 House Oct. 15.
                                                                                                                                                 lambs will start at 7 p.m. Bid-
    A donation was approved for                                                                                                                  iers in past years have been
 the Gold Star Mothers luncheon                                                                                                                   epresentatives of chain food
 to be held Sept. 18 in Buck                                                                                                                        ores and independent markets,
 Smith's Restaurant, East Keans-                                                                                                                   otel and restaurant managers
 burg. Mrs. Becker will repre-                                                                                                                     s well as private individuals
 aent the auxiliary.                                                                                                                               ho wish to purchase high qual-
    Mrs. Harry Sachs, District 4                                                                                                                                                    FLOWERS F O R RIVERVIEW — Planning flower arrangements to decorate River-
                                                                                                                                                 ty meat and, at the same time,
 Junior vice president, announced                                                                                                                iupport the 4-H clubs.             view Hospital's new wing at dedication and open house Sunday, Sept. I I , are M n .
 the first District 6 meeting will
 be held in the Highlands Post                                                                                                                                                      George DinkelUcker of the Woman's Clu b of Little Silver garden department; M n .
  Home on Sept. 26.
    A candy sale will begin Sept.
                                                                                                                                                  oser Wins                       Robert Frederickson of the Little Silver Garden Club and Mrs. Niels Johnsen of +h«
                                                                                                                                                                                  Rumson Garden Club. Not in picture are Mrs. William Mulheron and Mrs. O. D. Per-
  7 with Mrs. Ethel Herrmann
  chairman. Appointed to chair-
  manships were Mrs. Sachs, com-
                                                                                                                                                 Promotion                        kins of Garden Club RFD, Holmdel, and Mrs. Norman Ramsey of the Rumson Garden
                                                                                                                                                                                  Club. The. public is invited to ceremonies at 3 p.m. to ba followed by guided tours of
  munity service; Mrs. Herrmann,
  rehabilitation and cancer; Mrs.                                                                                                                With Bell                        the eight-itory wing.
  Broderick, membership, poppy
  drive and Lyons Hospital, and
  Mrs. James Crowley, Marlboro MUSIC FOR MONMOUTH — Dr. Ralph D. Lambert, associate professor of music, re-
  Hospital, publicity and refresh- ceives compliments for his accordion music at the Monmouth College Library Asso-
                                                                                                                                                                                 Flowers From Nine Garden Clubs
    The next meeting will be held
  Sept. 7 in the post home.
                                   ciation Summer Luncheon in the college dining hall. From left to right are Mrs. Wil-
                                   liam Suer, Interlaken; Mrs. Nathan Troum, Deal, and Mrs. Dominick Ajello, also of                                                              To Beautify Hospital's New Wing
                                   Deal, luncheon committee members.
                                                                                                                                                                                    RED BANK — The new eight- Garden Club representatives                 The garden club repreienta-
 Ritt Named                                                                                                                                                                       itory wing at Riverview Hospital met last week with Mrs. Niels        tives included Mrs. William Mul-

              Kauimann, A Candidate, Howard Hit                                                                                                                                        be decorated with flower ar- Johnsen of Rumson, a member
                                                                                                                                                                                   angements by local garden of the Board of Governors, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        heron and Mrs. O. D. Perkins of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Garden Club RFD ot Holmdel,
 Pru District                                                                                                                                                                     :lubs at the dedication and open Riverview administrator, John        Mrs. Norman Ramsey, Rumson
              Urges Open GOP Primary By Harris                                                                                                                                    louse Sunday, Sept. 11. The pub- H. Daniels, Jr. They viewed var-     Garden Club; Mrs. Robert Fred-

 Manager                                                                     has served seven years. He       WALL TOWNSHIP - Colling-
                                                                                                                                                                                 lic is invited to attend the cere- ious areas in the new wing where
                                                                                                                                                                                 monies starting at 3 p.m., to be flower arrangements will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        erickson, Little Silver Garden
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Club; Mrs. George Dinkelacker
    NEWARK - Thomas C. Ritt,                                                a member of the Eatontown         ood J. Harris, candidate for the                                   followed by guided tours of the placed to complement the decor          and Mrs. Jacob White, Women'j
                                                                           re Department and First Aid      lepuWican Congressional nomi                                         new building.                      and color schemes. Flowers will     Club of Little Silver garden de-
  Jr., 26 Arborway, Wayside, has
                                                                        quad, and is a past commander       ration, charged Rep. James J.                                           Principal speaker at the dedi- be placed in the new lobby, the      partment; Mrs. James F. Hum-
  been named manager of the Pru-
                                                                         nd member of the local Amer-                                                                                                                                                    phreys, Garden Club of Fair Ha-
  dential Insurance Company's Red                                                                           toward, D-N. J., 3d Dist, with                                       cation will be U.S. Sen. Clifford board room, administrative of-
                                                                        can Legion post. He also be                                                                                                                                                      ven; Mrs. Earl Frick, Shrews-
  Bank district.                                                         >ngs to the local Lions Club,
                                                                                                             indifference" to what 4ie termed                                         Case, R-NJ. Other leaders In fices, the meditation room, the
    Mr. Ritt had been training con-                                                                          'asteful spending under the Of-                                                                        out-patient department waiting      bury Garden Club; Mrs. Robert
                                                                            which he is a past president,                                                                        government and the health field                                         Irving and Mrs. Stanley Journ-
  lultant of the company's south-                                                                           ice of Economic Opportunity's                                                                           room, the admission office wait-
                                                                         nd is second vice president of      nti-poverty program.                                                will address the audience. The ing-area, and the solarium and           eay, Atlantic Highlands Garden
, em New Jersey region since last                                       he recently formed Eatontown                                                        Paul D. Loser        program will include musical se- the nurses' station on a typical       Club; Mrs. Donald Lammers and
  August. •                                                               ureau of Trade and Commerce.          Mr. Harris, an advertising
                                                                                                                                                     NEWARK - New Jersey Bell     lections by the 389th Army Band, patient floor. This floor will not    Mrs. Harold Bottger, Root »nd
    He joined Prudential's Newark                                        le is building inspector of           "d marketing executive, made
                                                                                                                                                   Telephone     Company has an-  Fort Monmouth, and the Tower be occupied by patients until al-         Branch Garden Club, and Mrs.
  home office in 1956 and became                                                     ~
                                                                        Shrewsbury Township and pres-        his charges in connection with
                                                                                                                                                   nounced the appointments o    Hill Choir of the First Presbyte- ter.the dedication in mid-Septem-     Norman White of the Woodland
  an agent in Deal two years later.                                     dent of the plumbers examin-         lie allocation by OEO of some
                                                                                                                                                   Paul D. Loser, 41 Ataboy Ct.   rian Church, Red Bank.            ber.                                 Park Garden Club of Hazlet.
  He was promoted there to staff                                        jig board for this borough.          11,487,802 directly to Haryou-Act
  manager In 1961.
                                                                           A principal in the James H.        n New York in June of 1965, Middletown, as general commer-
    Mr. Ritt earned a bachelor's                                                                             In July of 1965, the Black Arts cial manager of the company's
  degree from Hamilton College in
  1954, and served with the Army
                                                                          laufmann & Son Plumbing and
                                                                         bating Co', Mr. Kaufmann
                                                                                                             gained a role in the program,
                                                                                                                                                   Metropolitan Area, effective Sept.
                                                                                                             "*«*** under U R o i Jones 1, and Robert C. Utzinger as as-             Adiilt School Slates Talks On Issues
                                                                         ives at 123 Reynolds Dr.                                                                                                                         The thirteen session course by Dr. Donald Halstead of the
  Engineers Corps in Korea from                                                                              This project was chiefly char sistant vice president of the com- LONG BRANCH - A series of hich will start Monday, Sept. Rutgers Graduate School of Ed-
  1954 to 1956.                                                                                              acterized by crude, racist plays,     mercial     department, effective lectures and discussions entitled
                                                                        D                                     written by Le Rol Jones and oth- Oct. 1.                                  Issues-1966" was announced to- 1 is designed to offer insights ucation; "The Dropout in Mon-
    He is president of Indian Spring
  Farms Civic Association, Way-                                          ostmaster^                          ?rs, which preached hatred ol           Mr. Loser, who currently is      day by John E. Dugan, director nto problems facing Americans mouth County" by Joseph Bus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         xlay. It will meet weekly from inger; "The Ecumenical Move-
  side; a deacon of the First Pres-                                                                          he white race, said Mr. Harris, on temporary leave of absence to of the Long Branch Community
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         :30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Long ment" by Msgr. Welsh, Archdio-
  byterian Church, Asbury Park,
  and a past director of the Mon-
                                                                        Hear Regional                        ind after functioning for about serve as executive chairman of Adult School, and by Howard
                                                                                                             iix weeks, the Black Arts Thca- the Newark 300th Anniversary Devaney, executive director of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         iranch High School.                cese of Newark; "The Casualties
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Topics and speakers for the of Malintegration" by Dr. Ber-
                                         DANIEL H. KAUFMANN                                                  :re was eliminated from Haryou- Corporation, will continue to di- the New Jersey National Con-
  mouth Association of Life Under-
  writers. He also has been a life EATONTOWN — Daniel H.
  underwriter training course in- <aufmann, primary candidate
                                                                        Officials                            \ct. On the basis of informa- rect that program during the bal- 'erence of Christians and Jews,
                                                                                                              ion available at the time, OEO ance of the anniversary year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        :eries include "The Psychology nard Goldstein, Rutgers Urban
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        if Rumor" by Police Capt. Nor- Studies Center; "Fundamental
                                                                              BELMAR -        Rex Donnelly,                                                                                                               ian J. Schlaigh of the Baltimore, Needs of Teachers in the Plur-
                                                                                                              iriginally    estimated that th
  structor.                          for Republican nomination for
                                     Borough Council, thinks borough
                                                                           ;hief of the Methods Branch of
                                                                            he Philadelphia Region of the lack Arts Theatre receive* responsible for New Jersey                   County 4-H
                                                                                                                                                      In his new position, he will be                                      d.; "The Problems of Youth" alistic Society" by Dr. Julia Web-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        jy Rev. Peter Groeschel, chap- er Gordon, director of child and
                                     Republicans should have an open                                          'only about $18,000 in federai Bell's commercial departmenl
 Eaton Crest                          >rimary.
                                                                           >ost Office Department, dis-
                                                                           :ussed methods of mail handling ;unds."                                 operations in Essex, Hudson am
                                                                                                                                                   Union counties and parts of Ber
                                                                                                                                                                                  Team to Aid                            ain of Children's Village; "A youth study, State Department
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Look at the Black Muslim Move- Education-Its Impact on Youth"
                                       "1 feel that the Republicans of at a recent meeting of the Mon- Subsequent auditing showed thi                                                                                   ment" by Joseph Webb of the Donald Hoogland, superintendent,
 Development                       Eatontown are entitled to an mouth-Ocean County Postmasters estimate to be erroneous, h gen, Middlesex and Somersel
                                   open primary and not have just         Association in the Barclay Hotel. said, and the estimate was uppei counties.                            Fair Contest                            egro     Heritage    Roundtable; Monmouth County Vocational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         'Myths in American Education" Schools.
                                        select few pick their cand* Charles A. Reiss, chief of space to $95,150, and more recently i                  Mr. Loser joined the telephone FREEHOLD — The Monmouth
 Is Purchased                      dates," Mr. Kaufmann stated. requirements, discussed the ne- was estimated that Black Arts company in 1948 after his grad- County 4-H vegetable judging
                                   "All of the people are entitled to cessity of improving mail make-        spent $115,200, and finally OTO uation from Princeton Universlt team will be asked to identify a
   EATONTOWN — New owner of )ick the person they want to                                                           admitted "it has not yet de- with an engineering degree. He wide variety of vegetables, seeds,
                                                                           lp, dispatch and delivery to pre-
 Eaton Crest Club, 412-unit gar- represent them, and business                                                termined what the total expendi- held positions in the commercial insect! and weeds as part of the
                                                                            ent delay.
 den apartment development on 'riends have urged that I again                                                ture by Haryou-Act for the sup-
 Pine Brook Rd., is Glen-Eaton, :ry for a seat on council."                  A question and answer session port of the Black Arts Theatre and personnel departments be- state vegetable judging and iden-
                                                                          followed the dinner and talks. The was."                                 fore being named division com- tification contest at the Fleming-
 Inc., a subsidiary of Glen View
                                       Last year, Mr. Kaufmann next meeting will be in Novem-                                                      nierical manager in - the com- ton Fair beginning tomorrow.
 Development Co.' of Hackensack,
                                   made an unsuccessful bid for a                                                                                  pany's Northern Area in 1962.
 Howard- W.1 Heck, local realtor, seat on the governing body, ber, with the exact date and loca-                                                                                         Members of the Monmouth
 has announced.                     running with Councilman Robert
   •The garden apartments were B. Dixon, who was elected.
                                                                          tion to be announced shortly.
                                                                                                            Tips Given                               During 1964 Mr., Loser co-ordi- County team are Elma Boyce,
                                                                                                                                                   nated New Jersey Bell's liaison Marlboro, Toni Ann Elff, Dutch
 bought in late^ July from their
                                        This year, Mr. Kaufmann li
 previous owner, Mark Handler, one of three Republicans peek-
                                                                        Net Income                          On Tip Taxes
                                                                                                                                                   and public relations activities Lane Rd., Marlboro, Anne Mer-
                                                                                                                                                   for the Democratic National Con- rick, 7 West Main St., Farming-
 for a price "above the mortga- ing two seats. Incumbent Theo-
  ges," Mr. Heck said. The mort- dore Zebrowski, who seeks re-
                                                                        Dip Reported                                                               vention in Atlantic City. He wa! dale, James Hartman, 17 Asbury
                                                                                                                ASBURY PARK — Starting named a general accountant                      Ave., Farmingdale, Bonnie Smith
                                                                              RED BANK — Electronic As- with 1966, workers whose incotm September, 1964, and assistant ti 4 Main St., Farmingdale, and
 gages, hi added, - amounted to lection, and Vincent Festa, bor- sistance Corporation has re- includes tips are beginning
  more than J4 million. The new ough representative on the Mon- ported sales of $4,807,000 for the build more social security pro- the vice president and comptrol- Michele Moore, 101 Main St.
  owner has no plans for signifi- mouth Regional Board of Edu- six months ended July 31, with tection for themselves and theii ler in 1965. He assumed the ex- Farmingdale.
  cant changes in the apartmen cation, are his opponents in the net income of $206,932, equal to families, according to Benjamin ecutive chairmanship of New-                             The vegetable Growers Asso-
  complex, the realtor said.                                                                                                                        ark's 300th Anniversary Cbrpor
                                    primary race.            ^             14 cents a share.                  Sandberg, social security district ation on Jan. 1 of this year.         ciation of New Jersey, sponsors
    Mr. Heck, formerly with Feisl       A lifelong borough resident, This compared with sales of manager here.                                                                         of the contest in co-operation

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Back -to- School Sale
  aV Feist,' has been active fo Mr. Kaufmann is chairman of                                                                                           He is married and the fathei
                                                                                                                                                                                       with the co-operatve extension
  some time locally. He is a res- the Zoning Board of Adjustment $5,223,524 for the same period a The social security office has of two girls.                                         service of Rutgers University,
                                                                           year ago, and earnings of $293,- free booklet that explains how
  ident'of Rumson. Besides han-                                                                                                                                                        will invite the winning team to
                                                                           107, or 20 cents a share.          tips are to be reported for social       TROUT IN MAIN STREET
  dling local arrangements for the
                                                                              Charles G. Hofreiter, EAC security, and how the income car DURBAN, South Africa ( A P ) - its Farmers' Week dinner in Jan-
  tale of Eaton Crest, he has ob-
  tained tenants for Monmouth
                                    Two Injured                            president, (aid the higher sales be credited for disability, survi Residents of Himeville, a Nat! uary.                                          ALL FALL MERCHANDISE
                                                                           volume for the six month period vors, or retirement insuranci province village in jhe foothil                  A trophy for the best novice
  Shopping Center and built Laurel
  Gardens, apartment development    In Middletown                          a year ago was due in part to de- benefits under social security.        of the Drakensberg range, caughl in the contest will be added to
  on Wyckoff Rd., and the Family MIDDLETOWN - Two motor-
                                                                           livery of a large shipment of ra- Both the social security offici trout weighing up to half a pounc the awards roster for the first
                                                                           dar units to a foreign customei and the Internal Revenue Ser in their main street after a flasl time, and the winner also will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            RED BANK STORE ONLY
  Circle store, Rt. 35.              ists sustained minor injuries yes- which had been deferred at the vice, Mr. Sandberg said, hav storm over the mountain.                           attend the dinner.
                                     terday in a collision on Rt. 35 at customer's request from the copies of a special record boo;                    A deluge of three inches
                                     Field Ave. One was ticketed foi fourth quarter of the previous that employees with tip incom rain in just over half an houi                          If you are preparing a frozen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                85 Broad Street
                                     careless driving.                      year.                             can use to keep track of thei brought the Umkomazana rivei dessert and haven't a below-zero
                                         Police said a car driven by Hofreiter also reported that             tips. The book also includes th       down in flood. Water knee-dee| frozen-food section in your re-              Doors Open Wed., Aug. 31st, 10

    ^ordens                          John T. Gilliland, 62, of West complete rearrangement of th. forms needed to report tips
                                     Hempstead, N.Y., struck the real company's main plant here wai employers.
                                     of one being operated by Mfs. started during the second quartei
                                     Anne S. Mallory, 30, of 63 Field in order to produce radio receiv
                                     Ave., as she waited to turn lefl ers under a (6 million govern
                                                                                                                                                    swept through the main street frigerator, set the refrigerator
                                                                                                                                                    When it began subsiding peopli cold control at the coldest point
                                                                                                                                                    waded in and caught the trout a: for at least half an hour before
                                                                                                                  Mr. Sandberg reminded em- they swam along the road.
                                                                                                               ployers they don't have to match
                                                                                                                                                                                       making the dessert.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Skirts &
                                      into Field Ave.                                                          their employees' tax on tips
                                                                            ment contract. This adversely af
       FAMOUS                            Mr. Gilliland, cited for a viola- fected both sales and the produ they do the tax on wages. Th
                                     tion, was cut on the mouth. Mrs tion of other company products quarterly tax return for employ
                                                                                                               ers have been revised to accoui                                  Teen & Pre-teen                          Slacks
                                      Mallory complained of a bach during this period.
       NAMES                          injury. They were released aftei         He further reported that pr<
                                                                                                               for tips separately.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Solids, Tweeds, Plaids.
                             Riverview Hospital duction has now begun on EAC                Employees with cash tip in
                                      Red Bank. Also checked at th< new high-speed grinder-dispersei come—and their employers—whi
                                      hospital, but found to be unln machine. This unit has been en have any questions about th                                                                                                     Keg. to 18.00
                                      jured, was the woman's daugh thusiasttcally received by th< new coverage of tips for socia
                                      ter, Susan Mallory, 10.               limited number of paint mam security are urged to inquire
                                             TO BE INSTRUCTOR
                                         MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Ma;
                                      Edward P. Brandstoettner, so
                                                                             facturcrs selected by EAC fo the social security office, M
                                                                            testing purposes.                  Sandberg said. That way th
                                                                                                               will avoid errors and costly co
                                                                               Pineapple, syrup leftover fro rcctions.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Party                                   Sweaters
                                       of Col. and Mrs. Edward              canned pineapple slices used                                                                                                                       Cardigan*, Pullovers.
                                      Brandstoettner       of    Freewoo                                          The social security office he
     T»i, they make quite a Acres, N.J., has been graduate a salad or upsidedown cake l.s a l 6 H c c k S L M r S n n d b e                          Teens & Pre-teens Only                                                        Reg. to 18.00
     pair. Yes, they stand for from the Air University's acs Moisten brown sujjar and musta                           "                 -
                                                                             with thi! syrup and use as thejP°'nl<1<l o u t t h e office is open u
     quality. "Yes — Pay less demic instructor course at Ma
                                                                            baste [or a baked ham.             til 9 ;i.m. every Wednesday.
                                                                                                                                                     Wed., Aug. 31:7 to 9 p.m.
    for Brand Names with well AFB. He is being assigns
                                      to New York University for dut'
              "BIS W "
                                      as assistant professor of aero-                                                                                        For Back to School Cuts mid Trims
          Discount Prices I
                                      space studies.
                                                                                                                                                                        NO PARENTS PERMITTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Solids and Prints. Long
                    *399? YES!                                                            What                                                       Cokes                           Hock 'n Roll Music
                                                                                                                                                     P. S, Parents, please don't fed offindoil, leave It to our
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sleeve. Reg. to 8.00
              BERRY 11-DAY                                                                                                                                 discretion.

                                                                                           is a
           Lmfftvr Trovil A««ncy          Pleoicnl Travtl l a r v i c
                                                                                                                                                                Ton Tere
                                                                                                                                                                         Hair Stylists
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wool. Reg. to 30.00                      12"
                                                                            Lock - Stock & Barrel
               142-2227                          8f9-S30O
          0'Dmn.ll Trovtl Afjncy         Atmrlam Travel Ag«cy
               741-SOIO                          775-1100
                                                                                                                                                    439 Broad St.                             Shrewsbury                             85 BROAD ST., RED BANK
              Croll Travil              Albury Pork Trav«l Strvln                                                                                   741-56CM)                           No Appointment
                   741-tMO                       771-0010                   121 FAIR HAVEN ROAD                           FAIR HAVEN                                                                                                   Shop Wed. & Fri. .'til 9
                                                                                                                                                    " '    ''"""                    Necessary This Evening
           DAILY REGISTER TW&y. /Up* 80, Jm-9
                                                                           DAILY CROSSWORD                                                                          PEANUTS                                                                                   By CHARLES M. SOfllLZ
                                                                                                S.Btap W                 34, Dawn

    TV Highlights                                                                                  to naric                                                                                                                               U3EIL5H0U OWCK HERE
                                                                               Firth et         4. Bitter                JfcNautt-                                                                                                       (W'TOrSGAMEeREAUV
                                                                                  y                retch                    cal                                                                                                            PL/WEP, lOONT UE?
                                                                            B-Soclal            5. Thin, as                  ex-
                                                                               climber             fabric                    clama-
    I I I W ^      U t t i t m
                               » * » « < « • P « « W . Fintls of the        •.Don's             6-CooTent                    tion
    Little Miss America Pageant for six to ten-ye»r-old», from Pali-           relative            members               2C.Vatt
    sades Amusement Park.                                                  10. Ship             7. Ancient                   desert
                                                                               frame*           8. Ptrtofa                   region
        7:JM:» (2) - DakUrl. (Repeat). Judy the chimp U the                12. Snoops              furnace               27. Pro-
    star of the show. (Color).                                             U.Butnr              9. JiveUn                    noun                            lam
        '7:JWi:M (4) _ Up With People. (Repeat). Channel 4 re-             14. Consume         11. Sugary                29. Not long-
    peats this -sing-out" by 130 young performers from the U.S.A.          19. God of          15. Improves                  ago                 35. Left
    and 17 foreign countries, with Pat Boone u host. There's been              pleasure        18. Tibetan               30. Barter*             38. Chief deity:
    some criticism that the sponsor has a definite political axe to        16. Pronoun             priest                31. Auembly of              B&byL          ANDY CAPP                                                                                            By REG SMYTHS
    grind. Decide for yourself, (Color).                                   17. Artist'*        39. Sherbet                   ecclesias-          39. Mandarin
                                                                               studio          20; Greek                     tic.                    tea
        7:55 to conclusion (9) - Baseball. New York Mets vs. Los           20. Born                letUr                 S3. City:               40. Fabled                                                                      OF COURSE, PET- TERP
    Angeles Dodgers, from Shea Stadium. (Color).                           21.R«viM            22. Al*                                               flier
        8:30-9:30 (2) - Hippodrome. (Repeat). Bill Dana takes a            23. Lanc&sUr                                                                                                      KISS ME GOOOBSEtf                   MT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ' O H IN* I'O RATHER 00
    turn as host of this summer circus-variety show from abroad.                                       1     t     1       4          ! l>
                                                                                                                                      >           7     i                                     THIS tAORN\bf?J
    Tonight, its the Everly Brothers, singer Dusty Springfield,             28. L u c *                                          %                            %
                                                                                land mass                                             ifi                     II
    and a Bill Dana—Jose Jimenez bit. (Color).
        S.-J0-8 (4) — Dr. Kildare. "These Hands That Heal." Part
                                                                            28. Puts forth
                                                                           " effort              12.
    4. (Repeat) The concluding episode of this intense and com-             32. Container
                                                                                                                     V IS
    plicated four-parter about a. dominating Negro woman's drive                for wins        1*                                                      It
    to move her brother's medical practice out of a slum. (Color).          S8. Malt and
                                                                                hops estab-      17
        8:10-9:30 (1J) — piano for Four Hands. A piano recital by
    Milton and Peggy Salkind features Chopin, Mozart, Seymour
    Shifrin, Schubert and Borodin.
                                                                            34. Kxclruna-       ^l                                          ^A
                                                                                Uon                                                   %
        H I (4) — Tuesday Night at the Movies. "It Started With
    a Kiss." (1959). (Repeat). The actors try to keep their heads
    above the slapwick in this comedy romance about an Air
                                                                            35. Mail's
                                                                            38. Isablo
                                                                                                Z5          17                   a
                                                                                                                                                 VA %>
                                                                                                                                                  w *
    Force Sgt. (Glenn Ford) and his new bride (Debbie Reynolds)             ST. Wooden                                     //<
                                                                                shoe             it                       n
       t-t-.U (7) — F Troop. "The Phantom Major." (Repeat).
                                                                            3D. Belief
                                                                           •41. English         54                 %
                                                                                                                   is                             ifc
                                                                                                                                                                    MICKEY MOUSE                                                                                        By WALT D1S1SEY
   A British Bengal Lancer arrives at Fort Courage to give the                  river                                                ^      %                                                                                                              JOErX'C UKE >OUTO
                                                                                                1/                                   V)     40                                                                                                          11 MEETAGOlPt-AYOUIMS
   "misfits" advanced camouflage training.                                  42. Sharpened                                                                                                                                    I'VE GOT A FRlB
                                                                            43. Sheltered                                        %                                                                                             WHO HEAL.LY                  FRlBNITS OF
       ftW-ll (1J) — "Interregnum," (Between Two Wars). Tune                                    41                                   4Z                                                                                            INVISIBLE!                 AMNE
                                                                            44. Behaves
   in tor a remarkable study of Germany between the two World                     DOWN
   Wars, made starkly vivid through the use of withering car-                1. Scold                  4*                            44                                                                                                  K
   toons drawn by Germany's master social caricaturist, George               2. Joined                                           %                                                                                                         WCW!
   Grosz. Lotte Lenya is narrator.                                                                                                                                                                                                        COUUP
       1M1 (2) Special. "The Mystery of Stonehenge." (Repeat).                                                                                                                                                                               HIM?
   Highly recommended if you missed this intriguing documentary
   list year. It's a fascinating onlocation examination of a pre-
   historic monument 90 miles south of London. The phenomenon
   teems to be that it's architecturally sound, built, almost in-
                                                                               Bridge Advice
   evitably, by remarkably intelligent "barbarians" in about 2,000
   or 1,500 B.C. Rarer still, they seemed to have been using it          When you're in a taellow mood
   U a computer to note the cycles of the eclipses of the moon.      and begin to think bridge play-
   That's what scientists have been trying to determine for years
   and years and years — and that's the "mystery of Stone-
                                                                     ers are sane, remember the case
                                                                       if Damon and Pythias. Damon
                                                                                                                                 The Hand
                                                                                                              North dealer
   henge." (Color).                                                    iones and Pythias Smith were
                                                                                                              Neither side vulnerable                                STEVE ROPER                                                                        By SAUNDERS and OVERGARD
                                                                     bridge partners for many years                   NORTH
                                                                     —until they played the hand                        * QH05                                                                                      TURN OVER H A L F THE DOUGH                   SHOULD 1 ACCEPT X I - I'M AFRAID

     Woods Wins Promotion                                            shown today.
                                                                         Damon opened the singleton
                                                                                                                        O Q4
                                                                                                                        O K O I 106
                                                                                                                                                                    UH-MA'AM-WECArJ SEE
                                                                                                                                                                    YOU'RE A SHARP ONE-
                                                                                                                                                                    BUT WEVE BOTH GOTTA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • 1 5 GRAND.'-THEN HUTCH STAYS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HERE WHILE I 6 0 BRING VOU NOT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    OMLV THE GIRL'S DAD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HIS OFFER, MINKA* ) you HAVE NO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CHOICE. MR&
  WEST LONG BRANCH               - mond Rostand and Samuel Beck diamond, and Pythias took the                                                                       WKE A CHANCE IN THIS                            BUT A CLERK FROM
Lauren K. Woods, West End, has ett.                                  ace and returned a diamond for         4» 63             A A84                                     DEAL.'                                      THE C U S T O M *
                                                                                                            VKJ1032           <? 9 6 5                                                                                 OFFICE
been promoted from instructor to In the summer, Mr. Woods U i ruff. If Damon then returned                   0 4              O A932
aulstant professor of speech and assistant director of the Park- a heart, dummy's queen would               4 96532           4 108 7
dramatics in the Department of way Playhouse in Burnsville, N.C win; and If Damon returned any-                       iOCTH
Fine Arts at Monmouth Colege.                                        thing else declarer would win,                     AK972
                                                                     draw trumps and discard his low                    V A87
  Mr. Woods joined the Monmouth
College facility in 1963. He has
« bachelor of arts degree from
                                     Man Scolded,                    hearts on dummy's extra dia-
                                                                                                                        O 875
                                                                                                                        * KJ4
                                                                                                            North East Sorth Wast                                                                                              VOU PAY US THE OTHER HALF
                                                                         Declarer made ten tricks, of        10     Pass 1 *        Pats
Rutgers University and a mas-
ter of arts degree from Amherst      Fined, Loses                     course, and Damon growled:
                                                                      "We'd beat him if you returned
                                                                                                            3 *
                                                                                                                    Pass 3 NT Pats
                                                                                                                    All FUs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          THE PRICE --SQUARE THE MAN FROM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         UNCLE UM&KERS-AMD W R E IN BUiWBiS

College.                                                                                                         Opening lead — O «
  While at Amherst, he was a
technical director at the college
                                     His License                          heart instead of a diamond."
                                                                         "What good would that do?"
and production manager at the NEW SHREWSBURY - "Mr. "I'd get a trick with the king
                                                                     of hearts," Damon shouted. "You Still, Damon and Pythias ha
Provincetown, Mass., Playhouse. Hammel, you're lucky to be                                                                                                                                                                            By JIM BURNETT and GEORGE CRENSHAW
At Rutgers he won the Edele Nel- alive."
                                                                     can give* me the ruff later by such a squabble over a hand                                      NUBBIN
                                                                     taking the first trump trick and which they were both right thi
son speech prize, the Plainfield With these words, Magistral'
Area Little-Theatre League schol- Marvin E. Schaefer yesterdaj
                                                                     leading a diamond. But the only they stopped playing as partner                                                  HN
                                                                                                                                                                               ( V j T I < £G0Ng6
arship, the Alpha Psi Omega fined Thomas W. Hammel, 31
                                                                     hope for a heart trick is to lead and now barely talk when the;                                             (JEALOUS OP MS.'6»» )
                                                                      he suit right away."                                                                                       \   POgSN'T TRU6T M6/
acting award, and was named to of North Brunswick $50 and                                               meet. Do you still think bridge
                                                                                  Lucky Jack
"Who's Who Among Students suspended his driver license 6           C                                    players are sane?
                                    days.                                "Look again," Pythias inter-
In American Universities and                                                                                    DAILY QUESTION
                                      Mr. Hammel pleaded guilty tc rupted. "If I return a heart he
Colleges."                                                                                                                                                                                 BOSH/
                                    reckless driving. Police    Sgt. puts up the ace and runs three Partner opens with one di
  Mr. Woods has written an Fred Garrabrant told the court lubs to get rid of dummy's mond, you respond one spadi                                                                        It'S JU6T
original secenario, "II Duello" the defendant drove at 70 to 75 leart. We can never get a heart and partner raises to two spades.                                                         YOUR
that has been produced at Am- miles an hour from the intersec- rick."                                   It is up to you again, with: S—                                              IMA5INATI0N,
herst ColJege, Smith College, and tion of Rts. 33 and 66 almost "Your play was still wrong," K 9 7 2, H - A 8 7, D - 8 7                                                              MV.SlL.Ug/
Monmouth College. He has dom to Collingwood traffic circle Damon insisted. "If I had the C—K J 4. What do you say?
special studies on the Commedia against traffic in the        wrong jack of clubs a heart return Answer: Bid 2 NT. You have
DeU'Arte, the works of George lane.                                  would beat him. The diamond 11 points in high cards, and part-
Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, Ed- Roger Weakley, 23, of 4 < return is a give-up play."
                                                                 1                                     ner may have 15 points, which
                                   Priscilla Dr., Lincroft, pleaded Damon was right because) in would give you a play for garni
                                   guilty to driving without       a Jieory the heart return might Partner can accept the invitatio:
Orientation                        license. He was fined $15 for beat the contract and the dia- by bidding 3 NT or by jumping
                                   the offense and $25 for contempt mond return could not. Pythias to game in spades. He can de-                                    MARY WORTH                                                               By ALLEN SAUNDERS and KEN ERNST
For Teachers                       of court. After requesting tn was right too, because in the ac- cline the invitation by. passing, or
                                   adjournment from May 9, the tual hand the heart return would by bidding three diamonds o
                                                                                                                                                                                                               THEN HER
                                                                                                                                                                                                               CREEP 51OWLV
                                   date his summons was return- have done no good.                     three spades.                                                FOR A, MOMENT                              AROUND HIM
In Fair Haven                      able, Mr. Weakley did not ap-
                                   pear until he was brought in on
                                                                                                                                                                       NNE. STRUGGLES
                                                                                                                                                                    INTONVS SAVAGt
  FAM HAVEN - A full dry of a warrant.                                                                                                                               EMBRACE;....
orlmtation activities will be con-
ducted Friday for new school staff
members.                             Jail Staff to Get
    Taking part in the introduction
 to tha school system and the com-   More Training
 munity will be eight new teach- FREEHOLD - Sheriff Paul
 ers, a librarian and a school Kiernan announced today that in-
 nune. In addition, two student- service training classes for the
 teachers have been invited to correctional staff of the Mon
 attend.                              ty jail and annex would again
    Activities for the morning will be held in the Monmouth Coun-
 Include familiarization with the ty Police Academy here start-
                                     ing Sept. 15.
 borough and a discussion of the
 educational philosophy and pol- The sheriff said he was pleased                                                                                                    THE PHANTOM                                                                                              By LEE FiLK
 icies of the school system. The with the results of the last school                                                                                                                                                                                                    VOO'RE HIM! Mjai      WILL see,
 Fair Haven Education Associa- held in February and plans to                                                                                                                                                                                                            MAN, YOU'VE      \ PRETTY.
 tion Will be hosts at a luncheon have two in-service training                                                                                                                                                                                                          GOT THIS CROWD
                                      schools each year.                                                                                                                YOU CAM TALK. I
 in the Little Silver home of Mrs.                                                                                                                                     HEARD fOU! WHAT'S
 Marion Hamilton of the Knoll- Some of the subjects taught                                                                                                               itXIR NAME ?   / SOME MEU
 wood School faculty.                 last year were laws and proce-                                                                                                                       CALL ME
                                     dures, shakedown and contraband                                                                                                                      PHANTCM
    During the afternoon the new
                                     first aid, treatment of mentally
 staff members will meet the prin- disturbed, proper jail procedures
 cipals to learn about specific and narcotics.
procedures, class assignments,
 materials, etc. The day's activ-
 ities will be terminated by           Field Exercise
 boat ride on the Navesink River GRAFENWOHR, Germany —
 in which new staff members will Army Specialist 4-C Michael Ma-
be the guest of members of the chanska, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Shrewsbury River Yacht Club.
                                                                           'DAD! NO/ATMN£ TO STAY OUTA HER
                                     Joseph J. Machanska, 45 East                                                                                                                                                                                                        TOMORROW: SUUHM / I M M W f
    Members of the Board of Ed- Garfield Ave., Atlantic Highlands,                            CANSHE/ttlHAT?*
ucation will extend their welcome N.J., is participating in a four-
 to the new staff members at a week field training exercise con-                                                                                                    POGO                                                                                                By WALT KELLY
 Sept. 15.
                     on Thursday, ducted by the 4th Armored Di-
                                        ision here.
                                                                                "ASTRO-GUIDE"                                    By Ceean                                                                                             OiAeKf]*.   GAMUT? 6OT ONB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               v HE SIMMB -rue.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          AFPOt&TO                  'eer Me A ON -rut CMNK-CASS
                                         During the exercise, scheduled                          Wednesday, August 31                                                                                      IKBATMe (        OJ»6-.
                                      to end Sept. 14, he is taking part                                                                                                                                   UIKB THAT? ) / f-TOVtrT,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     BA9K£T.I OP-MOO MAffMON...             -TUB mays.
Is Appointed                         in weapons firing and tactical
                                     maneuvers as part of an Army
                                                                                Present—For You and Yours...Today is much                                                                                             " THAT IS-'.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5K QN£ •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ; T B l P B P W *

                                                                                better than Tuesday. Fertile imagination, practical,                                                                                        THM9.
An Instructor                          irogram to maintain proficiency
                                       n combat units.
                                                                                quick and resourceful mind are denoted by configu-
                                                                                rations. Aspects favor matters related to liquids,
    WEST LONG BRANCH                     Sp-4 Machanska, a member of
                                     Headquarters Battery, Second               chemicals, oils, drugs, hospitals and private institu-
Tadewsz A. Swietochowskl,
                                                                                tions. Good health is added to the outlook, making
Ph.D. candidate at New York Battalion, of the division's 78th
University, has been appointed Artillery, entered the Army in                   this an all-around day.
a history instructor a( Monmouth May, 1965, and was stationed at
College.                             Fort Dix, N.J., before arriving                     The Day Under Your Sign
    Last year, Mr. Swietochowskl overseas iri November 1965.
taught at Centre College, Danville, He is a 1961 graduate of At-                Arl«. lorn Mar. 21 fa Apr. I?            Libra. Stpt. 23 t o Oct. 22
                                                                                 Treat home companions -with            "Itemi ordered by phone or mail
Ky.      •                           lantic Highlands (N.J.) High               the same consideration you show         are apt to meet with your ap*
    He graduated from the Uni- "iool and was employed by B&R                    co-workers and friends.                 ]>r<>v*l tofiiy.                            MARK TRAIL                                                                                               By ED DODD
                                                                                 Taurus. April 20 to May 20
versity of Warsaw with a mis- ilectlc in Fair Haven. N.J., be-                   Set a ffoal for next montn and
                                                                                                                        Scorpio. Oct. 23 to Nov. 21
                                                                                                                        Don't encourage a quarrel *•                                                                        HE DOESN T SEEM TO    W   WHAT HAPPENED
ter of arts degree and then went fore entering the Army.                         Me how dole you get to it.             it could wan Tiot under current                                     MV TRAILER,    ,    .           HAVE .ANY BROktiN     H   X I HIS GANG?
to the American University at                                                    Don't detour I                         coniigur*t\<m§,
                                                                                                                                                                                               MARK.'          J.A'.
Beirut where he completed stud-                                                ' Gamini. May 21 to Juna 21              S.giHariui. Nov.22 to D«.2I
ies for a master of arts degree.        At Amarillo                              l)o something adventurous! On
                                                                                 Aome nlace where you've never
                                                                                                                        Aipecti improve concerning do-
                                                                                                                        weilic nutttrs, but rfon*t pre»i
He received a Paderwskl Foun- AMARILLO AFB, Tex. - Air-                          been bctorr.                           your luck.
dation grant for studies in the man Brian T. K«lsey, son of Mr.                 Cancar. Jun» 22 fo July 21              Capricorn. D«c. 22 *» J*n- 20
American University and for In- and Mrs. James G. Kelsey of                     Short-term projects need atten-         Don't let your optimistic out-
                                                                                tion. I-et lonf-range aetiviliea       ,look be dimmed. Calm and poiie
dependent study in Cairo, Kgypt, 77 W. Main St., Freehold, N. J.,               rest awhile.                            .servo you well.
from 19S9 to 1963. He has also will, remain here for training as                 Lao. July 22 to Aug. 21                 Aquariut. Jan. 21 to Fab. 19
been a research worker with the                                                  A care/ulljr planned approach           £m«tiontl tension builds up and
                                         supply specialist.                                                             you ar* Inclined to be "huffy.**
                                                                                 is vital in order to aee your
Middle East Research Institute in The airman, a 19S4 graduate                    acbarnt lucceed.                       iitt tome rett.
Bierut.                             of'Freehold Regional High School,            Vlr«.. Auaj. 22 fo Sapt. 22            P 1 K « . F»b. 20 to March 20
                                                                                 You ncM recreation, to crab a         ,Ymi may nave> to make con-                                                                                                                             THEY LEFT H I M . -
   Mr. Swietochowskl is a mem- "cently completed basic training                - rhince to enjoy yourielf ourinj        cessioni to 10100111 ruffled feel-                                                                                                                          JUST KBPT
ber of the American Historical at Amarillo. He attended Sti-m                    the hoi idiy abead.                    i n | t and ke?p peace.                                                                                                                                BICHT ON SCXUSf
Society and Phi Alpha Thcta,|.-::hool of Business Administra-                                               1*66, lubHibera Newspaper Syndicate
honor society in history.           lion, Asbury Park, N. J.
i O - T W a y , August 30, 1%6                   THE DAILY REGISTER
                                                                                                                           Decision Reserved In Deal Case                                                          Two Hart u Can                  Berliner Joins
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Collide on Rt. 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Two per- Newark Agency
              On Campus                                                                                          DEAL -       Magistrate Harold Magistrate Halpern directed Among the witnesses appear- MIDDLETOWN -
                                                                                                               Halpem has reserved decision William
                                                                                                               for a week- after Hearing six
                                                                                                                                          g      torney for the prosecution, and
                                                                                                               witnesses in a case charging G e O T e
                                                                                                                                                             O'Hagan, Sr., at- ing were      Building
                                                                                                                                                                                 Leon S. Avakian and
                                                                                                                                                                                 Chief John J. Rehm, Jr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Inspector sons were treated at Riverview
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hospital, Red Bank, Sunday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   after a two-car accident on Rt.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HAZLET — Irwin Berliri«r,^7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Virginia Ave., has joined f i e
                                                                                                               Abram and Esther Fineman of            8 Eiohler, lawyer for the                                                                      Thomas B. McAuley Agency,
        By BOB GLOVER                         ing Chamberlayne Junior College,                                                                                                                                     35 near Conover La.
                                                                                                               20 Parker Ave. with violation of defendants, to file briefs after                                                                     Newark, as a career Insurance
        Barbara R n s h n                     Boston, Mass.                                                                                                                             ANTON IN NAVY
                                                                                                               a municipal dwelling ordinance. hearing testimony in Municipal                                        Joseph Lawless, Jr., 8 Sylvia   agent.
  M i a Barbara Reashaw, a sec-                                                                                                                                                   GREAT LAKES, III - Seaman Ter., Port Monmouth, the driver
ond year Student at Bellevue                    Students named to the 1965- 6                                                                    Court Friday.                                                                                         A native of New York City,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Recruit Alan J. Anton, 19, son of one car, and Mary Lee Wil-        Mr. Berliner holds an associate
School of Nursing in New York
City, has been selected to serve
                                              dean's list at Princeton Univer-
                                              sity are: James Norcom Cron,
                                                                                                               Riemer Awarded                      The complainants, Marcelle of Mr. and Mrs. William J. An- liams erf Newark, a passenger i n
                                                                                                                                                 and David Rosenheim of 28 ton of 36 Fairfield Dr., New the other car, were injured in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     degree from tha Junior College
as an "Ask Me" girl greeting
members of the incoming nursing
                                              118 Conover La., Middletown,
                                              class of 1968; Or in H. Merrill,
                                                                                                               His Pilot Wings                   Parker Ave., charged the Fine- Shrewsbury, N. J., has been collision that occurred at 8:20
                                                                                                                                                 mans • with using their garage graduated from nine weeks of p.m. K. D. Williams of Newark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of Connecticut and an LLB from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Brooklyn' Law School.
class. This >s the third time Miss            251 Lawrence Ave., Oakhurst,                                       MOODY AFB, Ga. — Second                                                                                                               He served in the Navy during
                                                                                                                                                 as sleeping quarters for rela- Navy basic training at the Naval was listed as the driver of * e
Renslnw has been selected for                 class of 1967, and Elliot Paul                                   Lt. William V. Riemer Jr., son tives.                             Training Center here.                                               World War I .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   second car.
such an honor, having served                  Belaaco, 603 Monmouth Ave.,                                      of Mr. and Mrs. Riemer of Bris-                                                                                                         Mr. Berliner is married and
previously at alumni day and                                                                                                                                                                                         No summonses were Issued
                                              Bradley Beach, class of 1967.                                    bane Hill, Colts Neck, N. J., has                                                                                                     has two children.
graduation exercises.                                                                                                                                                                                            I pending an investigation.
                                                                                                               been awarded U.S. Air Force sil-
  In June the student nurse
peared on the television show
"Password" and won $300 and a
                                                Judith Arm Field will graduate
                                              from the Lankenau Hospital
                                                                                                               ver pilot wings upon graduation
                                                                                                                                                                              , OPEN                                      ana,                           •   LATERAL &
                                              School of Nursing, Philadelphia,                                                                                                                                          LOW con     CESSPOOL                 DRY WELL
movie camera. A graduate o
Monmouth Regional High School
Miss Renshaw is a former Miss
                                              Thursday. She is the daughter
                                              of Mr. and Mrs.'Thomas S. Field PROMOTED — Alexander Delbarton High School, Morris-
                                              of Rumson, formerly of Red
                                                                                                                  The lieutenant, a graduate of

                                                                                 Cohen of Hillside, regional town, N. J., received his B.S. de-
                                                                                                                                                                               )SUNDAY                                                SERVICE                CONSTRUCTION

New Shrewsbury. She is the                    Bank.                                                                                                                                                                                                      •   BACK-HOE
                                                                                 manager of the Newark I gree in sociology in 1965 from the                                                                                 C m p o e b • Stptic Toalu
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Renshaw, 17 Meredith Dr.                                                         office of the Progressive Life College of the Holy Cross, Wor-                                 1   TILL 6 PM                                 •nms«d cud CltOMfl             DIGGING
                                                Carol J. Wilson, 16 Lennox Ave.,                                cester, Mass., and was commis-
   Richard W. BenU of Freehold
                                              Rumson, was named to the dean's nsurance Company, R e d sioned there upon completion of                                          DAILY TILL 10 PM                              CHARLES H. WILSON
                                              list at Ohio University, Athens, Bank, has been advanced to the Air Force Reserve Officers
and Thonia Jansky of Sea Girt                 Ohio, for the second semester supervisor of the General Training Corps program.
                                                                                                                                                     HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
are among the 83 high school
boys from 10 northeastern states
                                              of the 1965-66 school year.
                                                                                 Agency Division. Mr. Cohen
                                                                                                                                                    IN EVERY DEPARTMENT INCLUDING FOOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             3 * K A C H STRUT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             NEW SHREWSIURY
participating in the first Junior                                                                                 Sell Fasti The Daily Register [
Foresters' Institute now being                  M i s Virginia G. Mitchell, joined the company in 1955. Classified
conducted on the University of       daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen-
Maine campus. The institute, the      wood J. Mitchell, Jr., 57 Twin
first in the country, is designed (o  Brooks Ave., Middletown, and
acquaint the boys with the op-           M Louise Potter, daughter of
portunities as well as the re-        Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Potter of
quirements involved in forest re-     Rumson Rd., Rumson, will en-
lated professions.                   ter Wells College, Aurora, N.Y.,
                                     as freshmen. T^hey will, arrive
                                     on campus September 1 for an
   Robert O'Rourke, son of Mr.
                                     orientation program before of-
an<l Mrs. John J. O'Rourke, Jr.,
148 Rumson Rd., Rumson, has
                                     ficial opening of college on Sept.                                                                                    SORRY NO TELESERVICE, NO MAIL -
been accepted for the fall term
                                                                                                                                        AT THE
at Franklin Pierce College,
Rindge, N.H. He is a graduate Students named to the dean's                                                                              CATONTOWN          HURRY IN TO BAMBERGERS MONMOUTH
of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional list at the University of Vermont                                                                         CIRCIE
High School and has been attend- are: Lynn C. Wenger, 153 Nor-
                                     wood Dr., Deal; Kathleen S.
                                     Grodeska, 11 Highland Ave.,
                                                                                                            * DIVISION OP "• M. MACV * CO, INC              EARLY FOR FIRST CHOICE
FALSE TEETH                          Leonardo; Patricia Carlson, 31
                                     Edgemere Dr., Mttawan, and
   Thai Loosen

                                     Priscilla A. Goekmeyer, 15 Walk-
   Nttd Not Embarrass er Ter., Middletown.
        r n u n ol M M teeth suffer
•mtaRuuunt Decline their pitta
 drop, dtp or wobblt it Just the       John H. Metzler, son of Mr.
wrong Une. Don't lire In tear of and Mrs. John H. Metzler, of 274
tlUi Vpp*n'Tg to you. Just sprinkle
a Uttlt FASTSKETH. the non-idd River Rd., Red Bank, has been
powdar, oa Tour plates. Hold* ftiae accepted to Alderson-Broaddus

                                                                                                       Summer furniture
teem more Oral; eo they feel more
comfortable. Check! denture broth. College, Philippi, W. Va., for the
D a t u m that nt an eauntm to fall term, which will begin next
health. Bee Tour dentUt regularly.
(let FASl'SYrH at all drug eountera. month. A graduate of Kingsley
                                     Hall, Great Barrington, Mass.,
                                     John plans to major in biology.

    means Plus Service
   between Asbury Park
       and Newark
                                                Earl L. Mailman, Jr. is one
                                              of 360 fourth classmen (fresh-
                                              men) entering the Virginia Mil-
                                              itary Institute, Lexington, Va.,
                                              next month. A graduate of Rum-
                                              son-Fair Haven Regional High
                                              School, he is the son of Mr. and
                                                                                                     from famous makers
                                                                                             NOW, WHILE THERE'S STILL LABOR DAY WEEKEND AND ALL OF INDIAN SUMMER TO
        P.S.*130                              Mrs Earl L. Hallman, Sr., of
                                              Oakwood La., Rumson.
                                                                                             ENJOY IT! GET END-OF-SEASON SAVINGS ON GALLO, BUNTING. TELESCOPE AND MORE.
    Asbury Park-                               Miss Janet Knake will be
    Newark Bases                              among 130 "tuckpointers" at
                                              Clark College, Dubuque, Iowa,
                                              who will help acquaint new stu-
                                                                                                                        • Club chairs                   • Chaise lounges                       • Wrought iron dinettes
        MATAWA.N—SAYKWOODS                    dents to college life this fall.
                 NEWARK AIRPORT
                 en rent* to Newark
                                              Miss Knake is the daughter of                                             • Arm-chairs                    • Swings                               •Sofas and sectionals
                                              Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Knake of
  Frequent service, l o w fores. Fait trip/
  via Parkway and Turnpike
  Ask bus operoror about low cost 1 O-triet
                                              Sherwood Rd., Little Silver.
                                                                                                                        • Rockers                       • Picnic sets                          • Gliders
  t o n i w t e r ticket.                       William V. Upton, son of Mr.
  lUeUC S,"wn COOKKNATEO TUNSPOIT             and Mrs. Milton A. Lipton of                           CUSHIONED FOLDING ARM                                      TELESCOPE HIGH BACK                                     5-POSITION BUNTING
                                              98 Beechwood Ave., West Long
                                              Branch, waj named to the dean's                          CHAIR BY TELESCOPE                                          FOLDING ROCKER                                       ALUMINUM 6' CHAISE
                                              list at Tufts University, Medford,
                                              Mass. A senior in the college of
                                              liberal arts, Mr. Lipton has been
                                              a consistent dean's list student
                                                                                                                  22.88                                                   16.                                                        •30
                                              and a member of the Concert                                         Originally $27                                         Originally $22                                        Originally $39.95
                                              Choir and Hillel. He was last
                                                                                                   You can choose xippered vinyl and canvas               Brae floral vinyl cushions reverse to tur-              This man-size chaise has innerspring
                                              year's recipient of the N. Hobos
                                                                                                   coven in bine plaid reversing to bine over                                                                     cushions vinyl covered in TOUT choice of
                                              Knight Prize Scholarship in phys-                                                                           quoise. 74" chaise, orig. $30.     Now 24.88
                                              ics.                                                 nrethane foam.                                                                                                 colon and patterns.

                                                Students named to the deaths list                        BUNTING EXTRA-WIDE                                      METAL FRAME PATIO                                     GALLO 5-PIECE WHITE
                                              at Connecticut College for Wom-
                                              en for the second semester of the                           EXTRA-LONG CHAISE                                      SWING AND CANOPY                                     WROUGHT IRON DINETTE
                                              1965-66 academic year are; Deb-
   DOWNTOWN                                   orah Greenstein, daughter of Mr.
                                              and Mrs. Murray Greenstein, 203                                      39.88                                                  38.88                                                   59.88
    RED BANK                                  Evergreen Ave., Bradley Beach,
                                              class of '67; Kathleen E. Guenth-                                  Originally 49.95                                        Originally $50                                         Originally 79.95
                                              er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
                                                                                                   Adjust it to any one of 5 relaxing posi-               This romantic patio piece has pretty white              Here's all the glamor of wrought iron
   Yow Kty to                                 Howard V. Guenther, Bay La.,
                                              Mantoloking, class of '68; £ .                       tions. Choose floral or solid color vinyl              enamel seats and a lovely floral canopy to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  table and 4 matching side chain.
       Ittttr Livimi . . .                    Louise Mayer, daughter of Mr.                        over an innerspring cushion.                           brighten your yard.
        NEWBERRYS                             and Mrs. Robert Mayer, 514 Main
                                              St, Toms River, class of '67;                            5-PIECE RUSTIC REDWOOD                                 BIG 42" SQUARE REDWOOD                              BUNTING ALUMINUM DELUXE
        NOW OFNERS                            Cathryn C. Moon, daughter of
                                              Mr. and Mrs. Ridgway Moon                                  SAWBUCK PICNIC SET                                      5 PIECE PICNIC SET                                 CUSHIONED CLUB CHAIR
      INSTANT                                 402 Cooper Rd., Middletown, class


                                                William E. Brooks, son of Mr
                                                                                                                   23.88                                                  29.88                                                  23.88
                                              and Mrs. Lewis W. Brooks, 77                                        Originally $33                                         Originally $45                                         Originally 29.95
     With Our New                             Tower Hill Ave., Red Bank, was
                                                                                                   Yon get a fully bolted 28x70" California               Seat 8 to 10 guests on 4-42" long benches               Deep, sink-into innerspring cushions are
                                              named to the dean's list at the
     Credit Coupon                            University of North Carolina for                     redwood table, two side and two end                    around this fully bolted California red-                covered in wipe-clean green floral patterned
                                                                                                   benches.                                               wood picnic table.                                      vinyl.
                 Plan!                        the spring semester.

      NO MONEY DOWN                             Miss Andrea Bretz was award                          ASSORTED GALLO WROUGHT                                BUNTING ALUMINUM FRAME                                      ALUMINUM HIGH BACK
                                              ed the Dr. Augustus Knight pin
   Credit Conponi Can B«                      at graduation ceremonies held in                        IRON SUMMER FURNITURE                                   LOW BACK ROCKER                                           ROCKER BY BUNTING
     Ustd Just L i b Cash.                    Bridgewater-Raritan High School
                                              for the Somerset Hospital School
                                              of Nursing's class of 1966, The Dr.                  20% to 40% off                                                         23.88                                                  23.88
                                              Augustus Knight pin is presented
            SMART SAVERS                      to the graduate who has shown                                       Original prices.                                      Originally 29.95       >                                Originally 29.95

                                              the greatest improvement dur-                                                                               Extra comfortable innerspring cushions
                                                                                                   Choose sofas, sectionals, seating groups, and                                                                  It's 4 0 ^ " in over-all height and has green
                                              ing her three years in the Som
                                                                                                                                                          have green floral vinyl covers that wipe
                                              ersct Hospital School of Nurs                        5-piece dining groups.                                                                                         floral vinyl covered innerspring cushions.
                                              ing. Miss Bretz is the dauRhte                                                                              clean with a damp cloth.
                                              of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bret

                                              of 212 Maple Ave., Red Bank
                                                                                                       EMERALD GREEN ENAMEL
                                     Nancy Ilarr, daughter of Mr,                                                                                        REDWOOD CLUB CHAIRS, ROCKERS, PICNIC SETS
                                  and Mrs. John Harr, 116 Lewi                                         WOOD GARDEN BENCHES
                                  La., Kair Haven, will attend Mon-
  De-swift mail in yew Sariffa*
  Account! on or before Sept. 10 mouth (111.) College this fall, en-                                               14.95 EACH                             BUNTING ALUMINUM GLIDERS,
   U r n I art r o t from Sept. 1 tering as a transfer student with
        At First Merchant!        the class of 1970. She had attend-
        Higher Interest

                                  r<l Beaver College in Glcnside,
                                  Pa.                                                                     2 for 28.88                                     BUNTING ALUMINUM ROCKERS, CHAISES

                                              Liftman 1 * OJ>PII»
                            Fold by
                          Check [verf         Tom* Itivcr Store                              Sony, M Tolmarvtca or SMM. Fraa daUrmy In Mow Jorwy and in our dallvtry anas In N.Y. and Pa. (mctpt C.O.D.'i, add SOc). Summ*r fumltor* (Dapt. 416), Pavillan, MaH L n « l
   •a Faubook              6 Mo. On             TOMS RIVER - Hy Littman,                                                                                              Bambargar'i Monmoirth.
      Scrinat                                 president of Littman's Jewelers
     Accaejiirt            CertiHcatei        with a chain of stores in central                       luy With No Down Payment, Take up to 18 Month* to Pay With a Bamberger Homemafcer's Credit Account (Plus Service Charge)
                                              New Jersey, has announced the
                                              opening of his "Lucky 13" store
                                                                                                      BAMBERGERS MONMOUTH OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 10 A.M. TILL 9:30 P.M., INCLUDING SATURDAYS
                                              in the Toms River .Shopping Cen-
                                               er, Rt. .17, here.
                                                The chain includes stores in
 Member federal Hetervt.                      Red Bank and at Hie Monrnnulh
 federal Dtpoilt Insurance                     Chopping    Center,  Katontown.
        Corporation                           They sell jewelry, giftware, lug-
                                              gage, small appliances, diamonds
                                               nil silverware.
            For Quick Results                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HOME DELIVERY
            Use Our Want Ads                                                           MEdAJLY                                                                                                                                                         741-0010

                Dial     741.6900 DAY
                         741.1110 NIGHT
                                                                                     I                                   I                      Copyright-The Rid Bank Register, Inc. IM6.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RAIN OR SHINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   40c PER WEEK
                                                                                                                                              SECOND               NEWS             SECTION
                                                                                                                                 TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1966                                                                                                                         7c PER COPY

        First Month's Sales Tax Gives Jersey $11 Million
         TRENTON AP) - New Jer-                 at midnight. This was based on              State budget officials estimated         July is normally one of the           plaints. Some merchants called             He reiterated t h a t all mer-         said with a smile, "there was a
       »ey counted nearly $11 million in        71,500 returns.                          the yield for the current fiscal         slow months in retail sales in           for repeal and others generally          chants who sell taxable goods are        special delivery letter on my desk
       •alei tax revenues through the             Several thousand m o r e were          year would amount to $162.5 mil-         New Jersey. There was some ad-           grumbled about having to collect         required to collect the levy for         containing 3,300 pennies."
       first month's filing deadline last       ready for processing when tabu-          lion—based on an 11-month col-           vance buying, too, that won't ap-        the tax. "Frankly," Costigan             the state regardless of whether            It bore a Mount Holly post-
       night with thousands of returns          lations resumed today. A flock           tection system.                          ply to future months.                    said, "there weren't as many             they have received registration          mark, cost the sender $1.84, he
       still to be processed, The Asso-         of late filings also was expected.          The 3 per cent sales tax went            "A lot of people bought cars,         complaints as I expected."               slips.                                   said.
       ciated Press has learned.                  "I think we're doing very well         into effect July 1, but the dead-        television sets and o t h e r big                 Questions Pour In                 About 160,000 registration slips         In other word's, the merchant
                                                both i n amount collected and the        line for filing the first month's        items in June to beat tax in                Costigan said the central of-         have been sent out, Uut Costigan         paid $34.84 to return $33 worth of
         Treasury officials were re-            manner in which businesses have                                                                                                                                     said many were duplicates.               tax collections, Costigan said.
                                                                                         returns was last midnight.               July," one treasury official ob-         fice in Trenton and 10 regional
       ported highly pleased.                   been complying," said Robert J.             Costigan declined to project the      served. "They won't be able to           offices continue to be deluged             He said most returns h a v e           "He probably went to the trouble
         The State Tax Bureau planned           Costigan, chief of the Sales Tax         final total. But it wa s known           beat the tax like that from now          with questions about what is or          been mailed in although some             of going to the bank for the
       to announce t o d a y that the           Bureau.                                  that budget officials would be           on."                                     isn't taxable, the procedure for         were brought into the office per-        pennies. Many rolls were brand
       month's yield reached $10,718,-            "Don't forget, this is the first       pleased if it reached the neigh-           Costigan said many returns             filing returns and up-to-date- in-       sonally.                                 new. I hope it was a one-tine
       024.42 when the counting stopped         time around."                            borhood of $13 million.                  were accompanied by c o m -              formation on exemptions.                   "But Monday morning," he               joke."

Viet War Issue                                                                                                                                      LBJ Hits Truman's Warning
Heats Campaign                                                                                                                                      About Interest Rise Dangers
  TRENTON (AP) — The cam             surgent candidate renewing the
paign for the Democratic Sen-         ^ a c e " issue and the organiza-                                                                               WASHINGTON (AP) - The                tight money supply mainly re-        members of Congress to say          - and that "added interest costs
ate nomination focused anew on       tion standard bearer accusing                                                                                  touchy issue of spiraling interest     flects "the extreme buoyance of      privately that the President may    end up as a further tax on the
Viet Nam today — with an in-         him of fighting for headlines.                                                                                 rates has triggered a top-level dis-   our economy and the resulting        be beginning to think of new        consumer."
                                        David Frost, the insurgent, sug-                                                                            agreement in the Democratic            very sharp rise in the demand        legislative proposals to deal with      He said a drastic rise in in-
                                     gested yesterday that the United                                                                               party, with President Johnson          for credit."                         the situation.                      terest rates "only benefits the
Stout Wants                          States "could demonstrate its de-
                                     sire for serious peace talks" in
                                                                                                                                                    challenging former President Har-
                                                                                                                                                    ry S. Truman's warning that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Symptoms of Strength
                                                                                                                                                                                              In a statement issued from his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The President's statement came
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                less than 24 hours after Truman,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    privileged few. There is yet time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to remedy the situation."
                                                                                                                                                    high rates could bring on a de-
Flight Center                        Viet Nam by with drawing " a
                                     prescribed number" of troops af-
                                     ter a cessation of bombing.
                                                                                                                                                      Johnson said he shares Tru-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Texas ranch, the President said
                                                                                                                                                                                           yesterday: "These are symptoms
                                                                                                                                                                                           of strength, not weakness."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                in a rare public statement is-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                sued from his Independence, Mo.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                home, hit at the high rates.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            McCormack Agrees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        House Speaker John W. Mc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cormack sided with Truman.
At Shore                                Frost is opposing Warren W.
                                     Wilentz, Democratic organization
                                                                                                                                                    man's concern about the mount-
                                                                                                                                                    ing rates.
                                                                                                                                                                                              But, the President said, "we
                                                                                                                                                                                           need to find better ways to re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  "If we persist in high interest
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                rates," Truman said, "the re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Asked at a news conference about
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Truman's statement, the speak-
    ALLENHURST — State Sen.          candidate, in the primary Sept.                                                                                  "However," he added, " I can-        strain inflationary pressures than   suit could be a serious depres-       r said "I agree with him.*
 Richard R. Stout (R-5th) has        13.                                                                                                            not agree with President Tru-          by resort merely to the high         sion."                                  Democratic Sen. Stephen M.
 asked that the Federal Aviation        Wilentz said Frost "appears                                                                                 man that our economy is in dan-        interest rates we have been wit-       He said higher rates are an       Young of Ohio said the coun-
 Agency consider locating            very belligerent for a peace can-                                                                              ger of recession or depression."       nessing."                            added burden on all govern-         try should heed Truman's warn-
 planned $7 million regional flight  didate. He may not want to                                                                                       The President contended the             This comment prompted some        ments — federal, state and local    ing.
control center in Monmouth or        fight in Viet Nam but he cer-                                                                                                                                                                                                      Democratic Rep. Wright Pat-
 Ocean Counties.                     tainly wants to fight. . .for a                                                                                                                                                                                                man of Texas, chairman of the
    The senator yesterday told Gen.  front page story."
William T: McKee, administrator This was in reference to an
of the agency, he had been In- incident over the weekend in
 formed that the plan is to estab- Bergen County where Frost and
                                                                                                                                                      Fort Officials Awaiting                                                                                       House Banking Committee, took
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the House floor to praise Tru-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    man's statement.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        In the wake of the flurry of
lish the center first at Kennedy another "peace candidate' were                                                                                                                                                                                                     statements, the House Rules Com-
 International Airport and then ejected from a Democratic ral-
 move it, in five years, to a ly. Frost demanded that Gov.
 permanent location on Long Richard J. Hughes, a Democrat, A HELPING HAND — Four members of Fairview First
Island.                                apologize for the incident in Aid Squad, Middletown, have formed scuba diving team
                                                                                                                                                      Guard 'sSuspensionNotice                                                                                      mittee considers today a bill that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    could bring the interest rate is-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sue before the House.

    He said he told the general that which Frost was denied access                                                                                       FORT MONMOUTH — A U.S. of the 30 day suspension of a                      John R. Bodine, 26 Barker Ave., The measure would only set a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      '/£ per cent limit on the interest
the Monmouth-Ocean area "is in to the speaker's podium.                         at integral part of emergency services provided by Army Electronics Command Fort Monmouth guard charged Shrewsbury Township, was among banks pay on certain deposits.
 the very heart of the busiest air An aide to Hughes said the rescue squad. Here Stanley J. Midose, right, of 66 Wal-                                  (ECOM) spokesman said officials with violation of the Hatch Act four civil service employees
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the Civil Service Commission in But its political Impact is height-
traffic pattern in the world" and governor would have no com- nut Ave., Fairview, helps fellow diver Barclay E. Hender- here are awaiting formal Civil during the 1964 presidential cam-
                                                                                                                                                       Service Commission notification paign.                                    Washington ordered suspended ened by the Johnson-Truman ex-
 that the center "would mean tre- ment.                                                                                                                                                                                          for 30 days without pay. He was change.
mendous economic benefits for In his latest statement, Frost son, Rt. 35, Red Bank, out of Sleepy Hollow Lake.                                                                                                                   charged with distributing to gov- As approved by the House Bank-
ou|r people. It is expected to charged that news reports had Team members are familiarizing themselves with loca-
generate more than $15 million distorted his position, quoting tion, depth and sizs of 35 ponds and lakes in immediate
annually." •                           him as saying lie favored uncon- area of first aid headquarters in preparation for emer-
    He said he finds "no apparent ditional withdrawal of American
 reason why the center must be troops from Viet Nam.                            gency. Fairview Squad Auxiliary is raising funds for
                                                                                                                                                     Mink Garments                                                               ernment personnel pamphlets and Ing Committee, the bill would
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 books supporting the candidacy apply to certificates of deposit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of Sen. Barry M. Goldwater.         and other deposits, up to $100,000,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     left with commercial banks for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The effective date of the sus- a definite time.
located at one of the airports" Paul J. Goodberg, his cam- wet suits, masks, oxygen, rafts and other equipment for
• n d t h a t "future plans to move it paign manager, denied that this Project Scuba under chairmanship of M n . A. Ft. Arnseth,
to Long Island corraborate this represented a softening of Frost's
 contention."                          campaign platform.                      4MaidaCt.
                                                                                                                                                     Reported Stolen                                                            pensions are to be set locally. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ECOM spokesman said no action It is intended to reduce com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 will be taken here until the of- petition between banks and sav-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ficial notification is received. ings and loan associations for the
    Copies of his plan for the cen-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  kind
                                                                                                                                                        RED BANK — Burglars broke to determine if any other depart- Attempts to reach Mr. Bodine gone of sayings that usually have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to finance home construc-
 ter to locate in the Jersey shore                                                                                                                                                         ments were hit by the burglars.      for comment yesterday were un-
                                                                                                                                                     into Steinbach's Department Store

                                      Rusk Defends Scope, Cost
area have been forwarded to
                                                                                                                                                     on ,Broad St. early yesterday and        The furs were hanging on racks successful.
 Gov. Richard J. Hughes and                                                                                                                                                                behind sliding glass doors and,                Others Charged
 Robert A. Roe, commissioner of
 the state department of conserve
                                                                                                                                                     took 14 mink stoles, four mink the intruders left hangers scat- Robert E. Hobart, a rural mall
                                                                                                                                                     jackets and a mink cape, Police tered on the floor when they carrier at Concord, N.H. and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                secretary-treasurer of the New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Trade School
 tion and economic development,

                                      Of Military Commitments
                                                                                                                                                     Chief George Clayton said today. left.
 Sea; Stout said.
  . "Experts,"' he told Gen. M e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hampshire State Labor Council,
                                                                                                                                                        The intruders entered the store Last week, the store advertised AFL-CIO, was charged with dis-
                                                                                                                                                     by prying open a fire escape door that $50,000 worth of mink would tributing a pamphlet published
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Classes Open
 Kee, "have advised me that the                                                                                                                      on the south side of the building. be on display in the Red Bank
Monmouth-Ocean area Is ideally WASHINGTON (AP) -* Sec- But he is expected to be closely to Increase our troops and our Chief Clayton said that they evi store, Chief Clayton said. "That in opposition to Goldwater by
aulted for the control center." retary of State Pean Rusk de- questioned about this — particu- targets there, j u s t ' a s our de- dently planned to enter through may have been what they were Group Research, Inc., Washing-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     On Oct. 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ton.                                     FREEHOLD - The 1966-87 fall
                                       fends today the scope and cost larly dealing with the North At- fense budget will increase."                   the air conditioning unit on the after," be said. The costly dis-                                              semester of the Monmouth Coun-
                                       of U.S. military commitments lantic Treaty Organization — at Rep. George H. Mahon, D- roof but were unsuccessful; .they play was moved to the Brick Stephen Anthony Durick, Jr., ty Vocational Schools evening
Newspaper         a.   M.
                                       amid Capitol Hill warnings the the closed part of today's hearing. Tex., chairman of the House Ap- left two knotted rope ladders be- Township store Saturday.
                                       Viet Nam war may last another Sen. Leverett Saltonstall of propriations                    Committee,     had hind on the roof, the chief said,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a city mail carrier in Bessemer,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ala., was charged with distribut- trade extension and apprentice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ing literature soliciting votes for program will begin Monday,
Pact Hopes                             five years and require up to $15 Massachusetts, the ranking Re- some grim predictions on the Chief Clayton stated "the build-
                                       billion more this year.               publican on the Senate Armed cost.
                                                                                                                                                      ing was tight" at 3:30 a.m. when     4 Typewriters                        President Johnson and Vice Pres Oct. 10.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ident Humphrey.                          The program is for persons
                                          Rusk goes before the Senate Services committee, the parent He told the House that at the it was checked on a routine pa-
Dim Again                              p r e p a r e d n e s s subcommittee, body of the preparedness group, present rate of spending the Pen- trol. But, at the next check
                                       whose members generally favor cautioned Monday that the war tagon .may need $5 billion to $15 6:30 a.m. the fire door was dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Are Missing                             Melvin F. Brooks, chief of the employed in occupational fields
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                flight systems branch in the Flight related to courses offered.
    N t W YORK (AP) - Pros-                                                                                                                                                                   RED BANK - Police Chief Systems Control Division of the Classes will be held from T to
                                       a strong U.S. policy in Viet Nam may go on for another five billion more this fiscal year to covered standing ajar.
pects dimmed today for a quick                                               years.                               fight the war.                                                           George Clayton said today that National Aeronautics and Space 10 p.m. twice a week for 13
settlement of the 128-day-old la- but are concerned that the Unit-                                                                                      The value of the mink garments four unidentified boys broke into Administration, Houston, Tex., weeks.
                                       ed States is becoming overex-             Let us have no illusion about If costs zoom toward the up-
bor dispute that has prevented
                                                                             it," he told Naval Air Reserv- per limit, he added, "it's a 50- has not been estimated by Stein- Red Bank High School at mid- was charged with making avail- Prospective students should
publication of the new World tended in its foreign policy aims.                                                                                       bach officials. They are continu- night yesterday and made off with able to fellow employees large register by mall through the vo-
Journal Tribune.                          Rusk told the group in its first ists in a speech at South Wey- 50 chance" that a tax increase
                                                                                                                                                      ing to take inventory of the store four electric typewriters.             quantities of pro-Goldwater cam- cational district's administrative
   •The new snag in negotiations       session last week that the United mouth, Mass. "Before we are may be needed to pay for them.                                                                                                                                  office at 75 West Main St. here,
                                       States was not overextended. through in Viet Nam we will have The White House and French                                                              The chief said that a witness re- paign material.
came after the merged newspa                                                                                                                                                              ported a small car pulled up to Thomas E. Harris, associate said Donald P. Hoagland, the
per rejected a proposal by nine
                                                                                                                 sources had no immediate pub-
                                                                                                                 lic comment meanwhile on Sen-       See More                             the school before the entry. They general counsel for the AFLCIO district's superintendent.
unions that they be given the
same half-hour reduction in the
Saturday night shift granted by
                                     Kennelly Complainant                                                        ate Democratic Leader Mike
                                                                                                                 Mansfield's proposal that Presi-
                                                                                                                 dent Johnson and French Presi-      Activity By
                                                                                                                                                                                          broke into the side of the school and attorney for Mr. Hobart, said Courses offered in the Long
                                                                                                                                                                                          through a glass door. The type- the Hobart case will be taken Branch school are air condition-
                                                                                                                                                                                          writers were taken from the main to the court of claims in a suit Ing, automotive electrical sys-
the publishers to the pressmen's
    Hopes had risen that the new
                                     - Porter to Hear Case                                                       dent Charles de Gaulle get to-
                                                                                                                 gether to discuss ways to try to
                                                                                                                 end the war.
                                                                                                                                                     Red Guard
                                                                                                                                                                                          office.                               to collect Hobart's salary while tems, blue print reading, boiler
                                                                                                                                                                                            ' The witness told police that the he is under suspension. If the fireman, drafting I and II, elec-
                                                                                                                                                                                          boys ran up the streetf "carrying court rules against him, the case tronics I, fancy food preparation
daily and Sunday newspaper RED BANK — A court case in 41, of 76 McLaren St. was                                                                         TOKYO (AP)—Chinese authori- something" and put it in the will be taken to the Supreme and hair styling.
 might begin publishing Sept. 6, which Magistrate Francis X. charged with speeding, reckless Mansfield suggested Monday in ties apparently called off more trunk, and then they drove away. Court, Mr. Harris said.                                                     In the new Wall Township
but Matt Meyer, president Of the Kennelly is the complaining wit driving, drunk driving and driv- a Senkte speech that his pro-                                                                                                                                     school courses will be automo-
World Journal Tribune, said:           ness will come under the jurisdic-    ing with an unsigned license.       posed summit meeting be held mass demonstrations in front of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tive body repair,         automatic
    "It was not our intention to tion of the Municipal Court of Since
bargain with these unions on the Little Silver.
question of hours."
                                                                             could not hear the case here, he French) president confers with
                                          Little Silver Magistrate Rich- asked for the advice of Philip
                                                                                                                 on the French island of Guade- the Soviet Embassy in Peking
                                                                                                        Kennelly loupe in the Caribbean, after the
                                                                                                                                                      today to avoid a diplomatic rup-
                                                                                                                                                      ture with Moscow. But indica-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Charles of Ritz Set                                                       Iransmission repair, carpentry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    I, industrial mathematics, print-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ing and printing for apprentices
    "We believe," he said, "that ard D. Porter will hear the case G. Miller, who is in charge of Prince Norodom Sihanouk, Cam tions were that the militant
the settlement with the press- in that borough Sept. 8.                      municipal court administration
                                                                                                                 bodian chief ot state.
 men was well within the frame- On Aug. 13 Magistrate Ken- in the office of the state admin- De Gaulle is scheduled to be-
                                                                                                                                                     young Red Guards would redou-         To Offer 500 Jobs                                                        in training.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The Middletown courses are
work of settlements reached with nelly stopped a car that had istrative director of courts.                      gin talks with Sihanouk in Cam ble their activity elsewhere.                HOLMDEL - Need a job?                 Gov. Hughes said it affords automatic power accessories re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    pair, blue print reading, carpen-
the other unions and we simply honked at him and passed his "Mr. Miller referred the mag- bodia today and is to stop off Tlie official Peking People's Lanvin — Charles of The Ritz, him great pleasure to know that try I, drafting III, electricity
cannot leapfrog each settlement car on Spring St. Police were istrate to a recent Appellate Di- at Guadeloupe toward the end Daily praised the teen-age "de- Inc., will begin hiring approx- an industrial plant of this size fundamentals, electronics III,
so that the unions get the best called and Dominic A. Acerra, vision opinion which cited a state of his world trip.                                  fenders     of   Mao      Tzc-tung's mately 500 employees for its and scope will start hiring em- and industrial mathematics.
part of every contract;"                                                     statute. The statute says that,                                          :houghts" for      ferreting    out operations here immediately af- ployees right after Labor Day
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The Matawan school will again
    The pressmen voted to accept                                             when a magistrate cannot hear Driver Is Hospitalized "bloodsuckers" and "sworn en- ter Labor Day, plant officials to start its operation.
contract terms Sunday. The
nine other unions, including the
                                     Library Aid                             a case because of personal in- After Keyport Crash                      emies of the people."
                                                                             volvement, it must be heard by KEYPORT — Charles Hughes, The newspaper said the guard's day.
                                                                                                                                                                                          told Gov. Richard J. Hughes Fri- He added that it comes at. a offer machine shop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               very opportune time as much The evening program Is part
                                                                                                                                                                               influences The firm has purchased the of the employment in the shore of a three-phase program which
Newspaper Guild of New York
and the powerful Printers Local
No. 6, had reached agreement
                                     Bill Signed                             the magistrate in the nearest 64 Campbell Ave., Port Mon- purge of foreign
                                                                             municipality. .                                                                                              former Mattel, Inc., plant on Rt. area is seasonal.                       also includes high school voca-
                                                                                                                 mouth, is in fair condition at Riv- "heralds political and economic 35. The building is on a 25-acrc The plant, only a year and a tional education and post high
                                                                                Red Bank abuts five munici- rview Hospital, Red Bank, revolution."
previously but asked to make
contract revisions as a result of    By Hughes                                                                                                                                            site. An additional 92 acres south half old, consists of 260,000 square school technical institute cours-
                                                                             palities, but Little Silver got the where he was admitted early yes- Japanese correspondents in the of it arc included in the trans- feet, of which 16,000 square feet is es.
                                                                             jurisdiction because it is closest terday after an accident at Rt. Chinese capital said the anti-So- action.                                      air conditioned office space. It
the demise of tho Tribune.                TRENTON (AP) - Gov. Rich- to Spring St., where the offenses 36 and Broad St.                               viet demonstration by 200,000 of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               is served with all utilities, in-
                                                                                                                                                                                  youths, I n a State House reception,
    In return for the extra half ard J. Hughes yesterday signed were alleged to have occurred.
hour the pressmen were to turn into law a bill to increase state
back to the corporation $14,000 aid to p u b l i c libraries by
                                                                                                                    Police said Mr. Hughes was :he            red-armbanded
                                                                                                                                                                                          the governor and Paul L. Troast, cluding its own sewage treat-
                                                                                                                 the driver of a car that was in which began Monday and was state Economic Development ment facility and railroad siding
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Girl, 17, Is
                                                                                                                 collision with a vehicle driven scheduled to continue through Council chairman, welcomed Lan- from New York and Long Branch
the publishers had contributed $300,000 a year with a promise              Pistol, Whiskey                       by Elsie Kembrowski, 221 Dock today, seemed ended.                       vin officials and realtors who Railroad.                                   Hit by Car
toward extra serverance pay for he would give consideration to
union members who lost their plans for raising the amount in               Said Stolen                           St., Union Beach. The Hughes Soldiers two-deep held the negotiated the sale.
                                                                                                                 car was badly damaged, police throng back and the rally was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Company plans include alter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        MADISON TOWNSHIP - A 17-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ing the existing building and ad- r
Jobs in the merger.                    the future.                              MATAWAN — A 38-caliber po- said. ,                                   orderly. The crowds never got Richard Salomon, Lanvin board                                                      ear-old Laurence Harbor girl
    Hut a mailers union spokes- The new (aw increases state lice special revolver and a quan- Summonses for cureless driving nearer than 150 yards to the em- of directors chairman, Irving dition of 100,000 square feet for was admitted to Perth Amboy
man said the publishers had re- aid to libraries from $1,550,000 to tity of whiskey were included in were issued to both drivers by bassy as they shouted "Down Beer, company president, and Dr. manufacturing.                                                     General Hospital last night after
fused to let them "purchase" $1,850,000 but falls far short of the theft early yesterday from Patrolman John Visconi.                                                                     Ernest R. Sloan, vice president, Mr. Salomon informed tho gov- she was struck by a car on Shore
                                                                                                                                                  „< the Russian revisionists."           were congratulated.                  ernor that company officials had jind Circle in Laurence Harbor.
the half-hour included in the the request of the State Library Melancholy Tavern, 21 Orchard                                                            Even after the mob dispersed,
pressmen's agreement.                  Association for an annual expen- St., police reported.
                                       diture of $7.5 million.
                                                                                                                 Smoke, Water                   , cordons of sxJIdicrs and police panded plant here is to beit ex- searched "every nook and corn- Hospital officials said this
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and eventually,         is er" before finally deciding on morning
                                                                                Chief John E. Melna said entry                                       kept guard.                                                                                                                  the girl,    Roberta
                                          Hughes said the approved in- was gained by prying open a               Damages Room                „          The People's Daily, organ of       loped, will house all of the com- the site here. He said the search Downey of 179 Ocean Ave., is in
 Market Entered                        crease "gives evidence of t h e kitchen window, The break was KliANSBURG — An upper bed- :he Chinese Communist party,                              pany's operations, now located had covered New York, Penn- lair condition.
    LONG BRANCH - Police arc state's continuing interest and discovered at 9:40 a.m. by own- room of n home at 176 Center called for the Chinese people to in IJOKR Island City, NY., and sylvania and Connecticut.
Investigating a breaking and en- concern for the public library as er Ralph Malinconico, 34 I«wer Ave. sustained extensive smoke ake up the Red Guards' purge. South Norwalk, Conn.                                               Mr. Troast told Lanvin officials I*oli<;e identified the driver of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the automobile as Raymond R.
tering at Dilgers Market on an integral part of New Jersey's Main St., Matawnn Township.                         and water damage yesterday The purpose of the purge, the Also commended by the R«v- that Monmouth County is enjoy- V/ojkiewicz. 25, of 73 Laurence
Joliflo Ave. that reportedly oc- educational program."                          Included in the lootf according after a short circuit started a party paper said, is to "destroy ernor were Joseph J. Garibaldi, ing an industrial boom and the Pk-wy, Laurence Harbor. Ac-
curred Sunday night.                     He agreed to give further con- the owner, are eight or nine fire there, police reported.                    utterly the old ideas, old culture, r., and Douglas Downs, presi- multi-million dollar project fits cording to police, Miss Downey
   Polios said entry was gained sideration to the library associa- pints of assorted whiskey, two The home is owned by Mr. and ild customs and old habits" ami dent and vice president, respec- perfectly with such firms ns was crossing Shore Land Circle
by removing a small window at tion's request that the governor pints of Scotch whiskey and two Mrs. Anchony J. Vnccaro.                              "to foster vigorously the new tively, of The Joseph J. Gari- Bel| Telephone Laboratories, Lily- when she was struck.
<he rear at the store. Fifteen support a bill in the legislature fifths of whiskey.                                 Firemen from both local com- ideas, new culture, new customs laldi Organization, Hobokcn real- Tulip Cup Corp., Bendix Corp.
cartons of cigarettes were re- next year calling for the full $7.5 He said entry to a money box panies responded to the 3:41 p.m. nd new habits of the proletariat tors who handled the sale of the and American Can Co., which arc Wojkiewicz was issued a sum-
ported stolen, police said.            million.                                                                                                      and socialism."                      land and building.                   its neighbors.                       mons for reckless driving.
                                                                            was not accomplished.                alarm.
12-Tu«»day, Augmt 30, 1966 THE DAILY REGISTER

                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bobby Held Leads
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sears Cup Sailors
                                                                                                                                                                                                    CHICAGO - Bobby Held of             to the finals, Held lead* John           Third Is Tim Hogan of New-
                                  By Hy Cunningham                                                                                                                                                the Mftnmouth Boat Club, Red          Wright, Jr., of the Royal Cana-        port Harbor, Calif., Yacht Club,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Bank, N.J., grubbed the lead          dian Yacht Club, Toronto, by           who won the first aad third
       CAUTIOUS HANK — Just a few weeks back                                                                                                                                                      yesterday in the North Ameri-         l>/« points.                           races but finished only seventh
                                                                                                                                                                                                  can Junior Sailing (Sean Cup)                                                in the second race and has W/j
when the Baltimore Orioles were coasting along in the                                                                                                                                             champl&nihipi oa Lake Michi-                                                 point*.
American League with a most healthy lead, newsmen                                                                                                                                                 gan.                                                                           John Dane, 3d, of the South-
were attempting to shake words from Manager Hank                                                                                                                        Held, ltytur-old junior na-                                                                            ern Yacht Club, New Orleans,
Bauer, regarding the flag and the World Series.                                                                                                                      tional champion In the Jet 14                                                                             and Larry Whipple, Corinthian
                                                                                                                                                                     CIMI, leads the three-day, eight-                                                                         Yacht Club of Seattle, share
       Cautious Hank, being around World Series and                                                                                                                  race event with 2O'/i points on                                                                           iourth plkce with 13 points.
the New York Yankees for a number of years, was too DRAG BOAT disintegrates at right, while driver Rent Andrews cartwheels through finishes of second, first and
smart to get shoved out on a limb. And this smart- the air at left after the boat flipped, throwing the driver nearly 200 feet, during fourth in yesterday's opening
ness wasn't because he lacked confidence in his club
                                                                                                                                                                      three race*, sailed in It to 5
                                                                                                                                                                     knot breezes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Box Scores
                                                               National Drag Boat Asiociiation event in Oroville, Calif., Sunday. Andres sur-                                                                                                           HouKtun l i l                  |    Mltal>uf(a (0)
but because this old war horse of the diamond, was                                                                                                                      Competitors earn one point
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       >l> r li 1,1                    al, r I. Ill
                                                               vived fhe accident.                                                            (AP Wirephoto)                                                                                           UnvN.rl t 0 I I I M. Alou,cf 4 0 0 1)
quite familiar wtih a guy known as Old Man Injury                                                                                                                    for finishing, another for each                                                                     3 0 I 0 i Allry.M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AhLi nlf.3li 4 I) li 8 I Clrmrnle.rf 4 ( 0 O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4I t O

Jinx.                                                                                                                                                                boat they finish ahead of and                                              " Tlmm.llj « 0 1 olCI' 4 I 1 II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              mauh.rl                    4 0 0 0 [ Mainwki.tli 4 I i a
                                                                                                                                                                     a bonus of one-quarter point                                             nnlriimn.c 4 0 1 0 1 Hallsy.ll                              3( l o
       Bauer was happy to have the big lead on his side                                                                                                              for winning a race.                                                      MrliolH'n.K 3 1 0 0! TRiclarniil
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ulll. n                    4 1 1 0 1 raian,3b               3 II 0 It
then and is still happy with the big lead. Hank was                                                                                                                     Clewing for Held in the event,                                            utllar.p 2 0 0 0 I Vralr.p
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       j Kodlf-rf ,ph IOOO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2 ft fl O

being careful what he had to say and also was stern                                                                                                                  sailed In Loder-16s, a 26-foot                                                                                      facr.p
                                                                                                                                                                     keel boat and open to IS                                                                           32 I 7 2 |                      31 ft 5 II
when mentioning what could happen to a team when                                                                                                                      through 18-year-olds, are club-                                         HIMIH(OII                                        mm • »          «»-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IHllmtih                                     0O0 M» OWh-0
the injury jinx strikes. It did strike the Orioles. For                                                                                                              mates Bob MacCutcheon and                                                     E—Mairroskl. IIP—PllUburjh, 1. LOB
                                                                                                                                                                     Dave Allen.                                                              —llouilon, «; Plltiburili, S. JR—Maiero-
tunately the "Birds" were way out front and they man-                                                                                                                                                                                         •kl. 3B—R. Il»vli. S—€nell«r. Morian.
                                                                                                                                                                        Winner In the Area C semi-                                                                                      IP II it ER BB SO
aged to hold tight to that fat lead and still grip it with                                                                                                           finals at his home club, tailed                                          (Wllar W, >»-«                            9      5 6 0 1 1!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Vimle I,, 13»                            »      * t 0 1 5
an iron fist.                                                                                                                                                        in Lightnings, to earn the trip               Bob Held                     'ace
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   T—1:0». A-13,011.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I     1 0 • • 1

        Baltimore was confronted with a vexing problem                                                                                                                                                                                          a n Francltco ID I Plitladelllhla (I)

                                                                                  Bad Day for NL Leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      abrnlill                         all r h bl
for a spell and it was the injury jinx causing the prob-                                                                                                                                                                                         • m l r a . a i * l i o j                        t i l l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                . Alou.rf « 1 1 0 ttront.M                                    111
lem which Bauer was so concerned about Being a                                                                                                                                                                                                          4 0 1 1 C'lll   C'alllion.rf      ( 0 11 !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              M'C' 4 0 0 0 Allrn.31,                               4 0 10
rugged ball player himself when roaming the outfield                                                                                                                                                                                          Hart,3b
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4 10 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         3 « (I 0 Whllr.lli
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          10 0 0
for the Yankees, he realized what could happen to a                                                                                                                                                                                            , - l i r l r l i n , lll 3 0 0 0 K o J a a . U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Unlrr.tb                   3 0 0 0 T.T»lor,JI> * 1 1 II
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            4 O C O

team when the jinx hit, and how quick a big lead can                                                                                                                                                                                          9adr<-kl,p 1 0 0 0 Urckrr.c                                    ( H I
                                                                     Associated Press        against 11 defeats. Osteen is 13- beat San Francisco.                  checked the A's until he was five runs, giving Detroit a 6-3 Hrrhel.p 1 0 0 0                                        Bunnlni.p        111*
be sliced to a worry one.                                      The New York Met* took ad- 11.                                      Bunning, running his record to pinch hit for by Roger Maris victory.                                       numa.rh 1 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         O0 00
        No doubt the Orioles' injury list improved over the vantage of Nate Oliver's two-out Mike Cueller pitched a five- 15-9 and gaining his 10th victory in the eighth.                               Baltimore's lead is still U'/j                                32 1 4 1 |                       311 » »
                                                            error far two runs in the second hitter and Ron Davis tripled in in 12 decisions against the Giants, Maris walked and scored the                                     insurmount- San Francisco . . —                              1W M* WO—1
last week or so, but Hank had a long list of injuries inning and held on for a 5-3 vic- two runs, leading Houston to its allowed both San Francisco hits tying run on Horace Clark's tri- gamesasand looks asOrioles have " MladVlphla <imat. IIP—Sail 1 »tx—S
                                                                                                                                                                                                       able      ever. The                         K— Furntrn,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               004 *lt
that seemed to hit him with a suddenness of a homer. tory over Los Angeles last night. victory over Pittsburgh. It was in the first inning when the Giants ple. Clark made it 3-2 when he lost seven of their last 10 games, ci>. 2. LOR—Sun Franclict, <. Philadel-
                                                               Bob Sbaw was coasting along   the Astros' sixth straight win.     scored.                           came in on Bobby Richardson's but have had just two games                  phia, i. :B—Mayi. Oattlwa. >. g r -
          One of the cottly injuries struck Andy Etche-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                i p H Jt XB BB M>
                                                            with a three-hitter and a 4-1 Davis drilled a two-out shot After the first, only one Giant sacrifice fly.                                  taken off their league lead.
    barren, the catcher that has been making the lead until the Dodgers made it off the left field Scoreboard in reached base until the ninth- The Yankees added four more Horton, who now has 21 hom- SaOckl U VI                              >rbel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Hi 1 4 I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        4H       1 1 1 " t  *"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rlddy                            —1         1 • •          • 1
    "Birds" fly this season. Andy, the nigged rookie close in the seventh inning on a the fifth inning, scoring Dave Hall Lanie'r getting on w h e n in the ninth, two of them coming ers, hit his first of the evening, •mini W. 15-» ...I                                                      i l l * t
    catcher, had been playing with a fracture of the double by Ron Fairly and Lou Nicholson and Bob Lillis. Nich- shortstop Dick Groat booted his on Lou Clinton's homer. Hamil- a solo job, in the second inning, Lot Anftlro (1)
                                                                                             olson had walked and Lillis grounder in the fifth Inning. Tito ton retired the Athletics In or- then came back in the sixth                                                                    New Vork (S)
                                                            Johnson'* homer.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           tbrlH
    third metacarpal bone in his right hand.                   The loss left the Dodgers one got aboard On Bill Mazeroski's Fuentes and Jesus Alou opened der In the last two innings.                 with a three-run drive.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     •b r h bl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IIIIMI „ 4 o « a C. JonM.rf 1 3 1 *                    13 1
                                                                                             fumble of his grounder.             the ninth with singles, but Bun-                                                                    3 1 1 0 H nt . t                H t             >1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         >1I •
        Etchebarren was struck on the hand last month game behind San Francisco and                                                                                    In other NL action last night,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Denny McLain, in picking up W.l>.vl.,cl 4 0 1 0                                                 4(11
                                                                                                                                 ntng stopped the threat.                                                                                                                                Hlekniali,lk 1*1111*1
by a pitch from a Chicago chucker, and further in- Pittsburgh,National League race. victory against six up his 10th Tony Taylor opened the Phila- Cincinnati downed St. Louis 2-0 his 16th victory way. the Tigers, alrly.rf 4 « 1 « H lhkyi .l ci l » • I t
                                                            the tight
                                                                          which also lost in Cuellar, picking
                                                                                                                    defeats, al-                                                                       did it the hard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   In all, he RoMDon>.o 3 0 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •    M
                                                                                                                                                                   and the Chicago Cubs outlasted                                                                        4 1
jured the hand while batting a couple days later. At Houston blanked the Pirates, lowed one extra base hit, Maz- delphia third with a single and                                                       threw 229 pitches, walked nine, L.J'nUMi.lf 4 1 1 t
                                                                                                                                                                   Atlanta 4-2 in 14 innings.                                                 N.OUveOb 2 0 ( 0
the time the injury was thought to have been a mus- 2-0, while Philadelphia whipped eroski's doubly in the second in- moved to second when Bob Bueck- In the American League, De- struck out 11 and had to con- C'v'ifcm.pb 1 0 0 0
                                                                                             ning. The left-hander struck out er got on through an error. Bun-                                         tend with baserunners in every K«u«ly,3b (OOOt
cle pull. The receiver, who looks like Yogi Berra, the Giants, 5-1.                                                              ning singled, loading the bases. troit took Baltimore 6-3, Minne- inning.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0«trn,p                           t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (t too t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         t • 00
                                                               The Mets, who scored against 12.                                                                                                                                               Mlllrr.p
caught almost every Baltimore game prior to being hit, Claude Osteen in the first inning Bob Veale, 13-9, was the loser. Ray Sadecki walked in one run, sota trounced Washington 6-1, the Tommy John threw a five-hit- 0 0 010    Retail.p
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bbll                       10

                                                            On Jim Hickman's two-run dou- The Pirates rallied in the ninth and Groat brought in the second Chicago White Sox edged Cleve- ter at Cleveland and Tommie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fur'n'lkl.p 0 0 0 0
and worked little after the injury.
                                                                                       Grote when Gene Alley led off with a with a sacrifice fly. Callison fol- land 2-0 and Boston nipped Cali- Agee drove In both of Chicago's AM AncHeo 3 11                        31                              318113.
                                                             ile, had two out
          For awhile the medical report list was getting at second base and Jerry second single. After Roberto Clemente lowed with his double.
                                                                               in the                                                                              fornia 4-3.                         runs with a homer in the sixth „„
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             me in* *•»-»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              «t **» i**-«
    almost as long as the starting lineup handed the inning when Cleoh Jones ground- struck out for the third time in The Giants run came when Veteran Joe Nuxhall pitched inning. It was John's fifth shut- New York, 2. LOB—Loo Aaieljf. 4i      IS—N. Oliver. Dr—tea Aaielea, 1;

    umpire by "Hammering Hank". The list went like ed to Oliver.                             the game, Donn Clendenon Fuentes singled, moved to sec- : three-hitter in Cincinnati's vic- out of the season and made his ".>»• York, 8. !B—Hlrlunan. Fairly.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Boyor. 3B—Parker. HB—L. M u u o n
                                                               The third baseman fielded the singled.                            ond on a forceout and scored on tory over St. Louis. It was the record 13-8.
    this:                                                                                                                                                          Reds' sixth straight triumph.
                                                            ball cleanly but fired it over But as Alley moved to third Willie Mays' double.                                                              Bernie Allen hit a three-run . nilwn L, 13-11 _.1M I 4 > *       1311 _1M
        Steve Barber, who was missing pitching turns, Wes Parker's head at first. Grote on the hit, Clendenon was thrown Meanwhile, the Yankees, getting The Cubs scored two runs in homer that broke a tie in the Miller                     Mill
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       « 4 4 1 1 ••
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         JM 1 • • 1
second baseman Dave Johnson, broken toe on his left         raced home, and Jones wound out trying to stretch it into a i/3 hitless innings of relief pitch- the 14th on George Altman's fourth inning. Jim Perry set the P                                      ld                    I M M    M
                                                            up at second. Ron Hunt followed double. Mazeroski ended the ing from Dooley Womack and pinch-hit single. The Braves had Senators down on five hits.                               Shaw W, 10-11                            •      l i l t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              l l
foot and 14 stitches needed to close a spike wound. with a single, driving in Jones. game with a fly to Davis in cen- Steve Hamilton, erupted for six tied the game 2-2 l n the ninth Jose TartabulPs pinch-hit sin- T—•:«. A—39,718.
          First baseman Boog Powell had trouble be-            The Mets, breaking a five- ter.                                   runs in th e last two innings and when Rico Carty's sacrilice fly gle in the ninth snatched victory N>w York i h b l Kaiual Cltj r(1)hi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ab h
    cause of a chip fracture on the ring finger of his       ;ame losing streak, added a run The        Philadelphia    Phillies beat Kansas City, 7-2.            scored pinch runner Wes Bales. away from California after the InrkcM 5 I 2 1 C'mpVrlf.H i • I 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              [UclTi'n,2b 3 0 1 1 (lon«r,ll                              3
                                                            in the seventh on Jones' single backed up Jim Bunning's four- Womack                replaced    stnrter Willie Horton yesterday re- Angels had moved ahead in the llantlccf 4 1 1 0 H«rlhb'rr,rl 3 0 1 6
    left hand. He was batting with pain last week and a double by Ken Boyer.                 hit pitching with a four-run third- Fred Talbot, who yielded both sponded to manager Al Kaline's seventh on Bobby Knoop's 16th irnlllon.n 0 0 0 O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  •PIlonMb 4 1 1 1              Repcm.c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         30• •
    in batting practice.                                       Shaw finished with a seven- inning explosion, featuring John- A's runs in the second, with the call. He clubbed a pair of hom- homer. George Scott got his 25th IVhllnlif-r.r/ 3 0 1 * C h l 3 k 3 •1 • 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3 1 t CharlN,3k 4 1 *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 Roo>,o
                                                            hitter, gaining his 10th victory ny Callison's two-run double and bases loaded in the third and ers and a single that drove in homer.                                                  •wnrd.c 4 0 0 0 Ch . v a r t a . l b 3 3 * 1 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ch                 *11
        Pitcher Dick .Hall, trouble after receiving an i                                                                                                                                                                                          >vrr,3b
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                alnot.p                                  Onmda.p         • 0 t »
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0     0
 Jection or a cortisone-type drug.                                                                                                                                                                                                            Womack.p 10 0 0 Hudr'h-n.p I • • S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0 t 00
        Pitcher Wally Bunker had arm trouble but was
making his way back after X-rays failed to show dif-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Major Leag                                Clinton,rl 1 1 1 !

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               few York                                  „ M% l t t 0147
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 an.a. City                                   O N . « 0 OOO-J
 ficulty and returned from the disabled list.                                                                                                                                                                                                     DP— New York, 3 | Kamaa CUr, 4.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              LOR—>>w York. 3 ; l u t t l City. 4.
          This is a fine test for a manager. When the                                                                                                                                                                                         !B— Pitpllmie. 3B—Clarke, TrMk. tat—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              :ilnlon « ) . SF—Trnk, Illoaardfon.
    Injury jinx bats a foul ball, the manager not only                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 IP H ( I B BB M>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Talbot _                                 M 3           1 1 4 '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Womack W, 8-3                            4Vt • • • 1
    has difficulties, but he then has to tighten the old                                                                                                                                                                                      Hamilton                                 I      • • •         •
                                                                                                                                                                                      By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS                                    raauii L, 104             4           *      » « 5 »
    "thin^ng" cap for moves ahead. Hank Bauer is                                                                                                                                                                                                 ramda.                         _.•           1 • •         •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 andrakaa                         ...1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ...1        HI  I       » -
    wearing his cap well It was a case of checker                                                                                                                         NATIONAL LEAGUE              Chicago            49 04 .910              H B P B Talbo* (Campanerli). W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HBP-B)                                 C l )               W»—
     playing for Hank with a lot of moves involved.                                                                                                                                 W. L. Pet. G.B. Cleveland              18 04 .SIS II Kraiue. W - a m t a , T-iltt. A—
                                                                                                                                                                   San FranciKO 7» 55 .5S»             California ........ M 05 304 MJ4
     World Series time Is doting hi fait and it certain-
     ly Is going to take a wild finish by Detroit or
     Minnesota to unseat Baltimore from the top posi-
                                                                                                                                                                   Pittsburgh        71 55 .580
                                                                                                                                                                   Lot Angeles ...74 51 .574 1 Washington
                                                                                                                                                                   Philadelphia      79 U .521 7 Boston
                                                                                                                                                                                                       New York .......00 72 .455 21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           01 74 .452 2JV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           59 77 .IJ4 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Skins' Cut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WASHINGTON (AP) — The
     tion.                                                                                                                                                         St. Louis         67 *4 .511 • Kansas City              57 76 .421
                                                                                                                                                                   Cincinnati        M 15 .501 10                                             Washington Redskins cut                                              •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Yesterday's Results
                                                                                                                                                                           Atlanta          12 17 .481 11 Detroit 6, Baltimore 3                                              rookie quarterback and fullback
       Whan time is running out and a team is closing                                                                                                                                                                                                                           esterday and put a freshman
                                                                                                                                                                           Houston          (1 70 .400 15 New York 7, Kansas City 2
 in on the flag, it certainly is the best medicine for any                                                                                                                 New York         57 75 .432 11% Chicago 2, Cleveland 0                                              lefensive halfback on the In-
 club, and it will be for Baltimore Orioles. With all                                                                                                                      Chicago          45 85 .344 Mft Minnesota 6, Washington 1                                           ured waiver list.
 eyes visualizing WS checks, the injured will forget mi-                                                                                                                          Yeiterday'i Result.         Boston 4, California 3                                             Dropped were Harry Theofi-
 nor ills. What major league ball player doesn't want                                                                                                                      New York 5, Lot Aogelet I                   Today's Games                                          ledes,    a quarterback      from
                                                                                                                                                                           Philadelphia 5, San Francisco 1 Boston, Bennett (2-2) at Califor-                                  Waynesburg, Pa.,, and Tom Ur-
 to play in the Series?                                                                                                                                                    Houston 2, Pittsburgh 0             nia, Coates (1-1), night                                       banik of Penn State. Billy Clay
         Hank Bauer had the big lead back when the                                                                                                                         Chicago 4, Atlanta 2, 14 innings New York, Stottlemyre (11-15)                                       f Mississippi, who sprained his
                                                                                                                                                                                    Tonlght'i Games            at Kansas City, Odom (2-3) or                                  right knee in the All-America
    injury list started growing and still had it yester-
    day. All teams are not that fortunate to main-                                                                                                                         Lot Angelei, Koufax (21-7) at Blanco (1-3)                                                         game at Atlanta, will be eligi-
                                                                                                                                                                             New York, McGraw (2-4),          Washington, ' Hannan (S-5) at                                     le to be put back on the roster
   tain a comfortable lead racked up earlier and hold                                                                                                                        night                             Minnesota, Merritt (J-12)                                          30 days.
    It while the injured are being repaired. Why?                                                                                                                          San Francisco, Bolln (7-J at Cleveland, Hargan (10-«) at
    It's easy, Hank Bauer is managing the Orioles.                            SANCTIONS LIFTED — FOOTBALL OFF A N D RUNNING—Football candidates' wor-                        Philadelphia, Wise (14), night Chicago, Buzhardt (54), night                                       Sell Fast! The Daily Register
                                                                              ry of "no" football is all over at Red Bank High School following peace between Houston, Glusti (1J-10) or                      Detroit, Wilson (15-9) at Balti-                                 lassifled.
       Along with Hank, there is Curt Blefary, a former                                                                                                                      Zachary (1-1), at Pittsburgh, more, Watt (9-4), night
                                                                              the Teachers Association and Board of Education. Football man war* on hand for                                                         Tomorrow'! Gam«s
 local boy residing in New Shrewsbury. Every so of-                                                                                                                          Frymand (1W), night
 ten, and in a tight spot, Curt comes up to the plate                         physicals yesterday at the athletic field. Dr. Phillip Cotta, right, chacki over Jim St. Louis, Jackson (12-11), at New York at California, night
                                                                              Mottino, 16, a junior, while assistant coach Bill "Waikie" Sweel, lift, and Paul               Cincinnati, Ellis (10-15), night Washington at Kansas City 2,
 with his heavy bat, and "pow" there goes a home run                                                                                                                       Chicago, Holtzman (7-12), at        twi-nlght
 Generally he is winning one or knotting it up so one                         Breilow, 16, watch. Physicals will ba given again on Thursday, starting at I I a.m.                                             Boston at Minnesota, night
                                                                                                                                                                             Atlanta, Johnson (10-8) or
 of his teammates has a shot to win one.                                      Practico opens that day.                                                                       Lemaster (11-8), night           Detroit at Chicago 2, Iwl-nlght
                                                                                                                                                                                   Tomorrow's Games           Baltimore at Cleveland, night
         Blefary is called "Clank" by teammates who                                                                                                                        San Francltco at New York,
    are of the opinion his glove sometimes resembles
    a piece of iron when he goes after a fly ball in
    the outfield. When Curt visited this area with a
                                                                              Red Bank Calls Timberlake Goes                                                                 night
                                                                                                                                                                           Houston at Philadelphia, night
                                                                                                                                           FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) - The Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, night
                                                                                                                                         New York Giants reached the Chicago at Cincinnati, night
                                                                                                                                                                                                                1EO DUROCHER SAYS:

    few of the Orioles a couple of months back, his
    teammates were riding him at Charlie Truax's
    Sports Night at Old Orchard Country Club. It
                                                                              Grid Candidates                                            43-man player limit yesterday by Atlanta at St. Louis, night
                                                                                                                                         placing four men on waivers, in
                                                                                                                                         eluding second year quarterback         AMERICAN LEAGUE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Back in the
   was the pitchers doing most of the barb tossing.                                  RED BANK — Peace was declared Saturday Bob Timberlake.                                                W. L. Pet. G.B.                                 at
   They said they were scared silly everytime a ball
                                                                                                                                           Timberlake, a
                                                                                between the Board of Education and the Teachers Michigan, was Hie product No. Baltimore
                                                                                                                                                                        of                  82 48 .031
                                                                                                                                                                                            70 59 .543
                                                                                Assoc'&tion which meant the green light was given 3 draft choice in the 1965 player Detroit
   went out to Curt. Those same pitchers smile when
   Curt's bat puts them on the win side.                                        for RPO Bank High Schoo! football.
                                                                                     Frank J. Pingitore, athletic director, lost little
                                                                                                                                                                           Minnesota        70 .63 .526

                                                                                                                                           Also waived were Olcn Under- John Boretti, center. fielder
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AAMCO                               Everything's Shipshape
       Baltimore should go all the way, but who is wise
 enough to predict who the Orioles will play in the
                                                                                time going into action and has called for football Texas, a second-year pro from from Medford.Mass., will captain
                                                                                                                                                  and two rookies, running Army's baseball team next sea-                                     TRANSMISSIONS                           with SAVINGS!
 World Series.                                                                  candidates to report for physicals Thursday at 11 back Steve Bowman of Alabama son. He paced Army in hits with                                                                                 Eacfi tm.rallul ItmM for fllldwlM
                                                                                a.m. at the high school athletic field.                  and guard Owen Thomas of New 24 last season when the Cadets I                                                                         to ttion who H(tv« ttn axsarltnca af

                                                                                     Also requested to report for examinations are Mexico Stnte.                           repeated as Eastern intercol-|           world's largest                                            Itia yaart bthlnd (Mm. TMCh your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               younflttirt tarly Ifto volv* of lav-

  Advertise in The Register                                                     candidates for soccer and cross country.                   Su Mac Lad won the Interna-
                                                                                                                                                                           legate champions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ing rotulorly, wllfi a hljh alvldoml
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               baarlni Savlngl Account al Marino

                                                                                     A small turnout resulted yesterday due to the tional Trot at New York's Roose- As a 3-year-old in 1943, horse
                                                                                short notice. Mr. Pingitore urges all candidates to velt Raceway in 1961 and again of tlic year Count Fleet, won all                   specialists                                                                    AnMal
                                                                                                                                         In 1963.                          six of his races.
                                                                                 repor; Thursday due to the opening practice that                                                                                                          LEO DUROCHER SPECIAL
      Best                                                                       day.                                                                                                   •. •   ' . . » ».                                        Removing, Dismantling,
                                                                                                                                                          *                                                                                       Thorough Inspection                            Dormlfl mod*
      Best Quality                                                                                                                                                  "SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT                                                           of all parts
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (0         bylkciOrii
                                                                                            Last Season?                                                  *                DIFFEKENT"                                                                                                            •am from Itr.

      lest Price
                           Frank Porte;'*!
                                                                               NliW    YORK     (AI>)   Honor York Post. "This season has been *
                                                                             Maris, who broko Dane Hiilh'a
                                                                                                          n a misery."
                                                                               ecord by liitlinR 61 home runs Mnris Is hitlini! only ,236 with j
                                                                                                                                                                    AND NOW IN REF) HANK TOO
                                                                                                                                                                DKAMATIC NKW FASHIONS FOR HIM & HER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              23            NONE HIGHER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               any mnko
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              any model

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1-DAY SERVICE • VREE TOWING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Marine View
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    SAVINGS A LOAN

     Red Bank Tire Cr
     SHRIWSIUfty AVINUI                     747-3404
                                                                             In 1961, Is contemplating retire- 10 homers and 37 runs buttoil In.
                                                                             ment from baseball.               Ills salary with the Yankees l»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FREE ROAD TEST* EASY IERMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           itJ    I . Newman Sprlnin Rrf.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Rod lank—84215)0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Highway 35, Mld.l.lowa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Hwy. I t , Atlantic HlaMaM*
     Optw Monday Htru Mdoy—1 to 4 pjm.\    pjit.                          "I'm thinking about getting $75,000.                                                                                                                          Op** I a.m. to 5 p.m.                       291-0100
                                                                               ut," the Now York Ynnkros' "I know I'm a better player
                                                                              lutficlder tolil Milton Gross, tlinii I've been this year," Marls                                                                                                 •Ot Railroad Avo.                  Uncroft Mopping C M N *
                                                                             iports columnist for Din New I                                                                                                                                   Aib.ry Park—774-4100                        •42-4400
  w NFL's                                                              Eastern Division Race Wide Open
                 B y JACK HAND                               Nobody h a s c a u g h t Hayes y e t                           7. P i t t s b u r g h                        B r o w n h a s gone. They will be a                          linebackers and E m Tunnell's                         Otto Graham found himself                              lems. Bill Austin took over a
         AMOCiated P r e u Sporti Writer                   and t h e world's f a t t e s t h u m a n i s                    8. Atlanta                                    powerful factor in the r a c e a n d                          Gremlins in the secondary should                    short of running backs in his                            cellar club with a 2-12 record and
     ' ' N E W Y O R K - W i t h J i m Brown               beginning to learn t h e tricks a n d                  T h e r e t i r e m e n t of J i m Brown                could win it for the third straight                           be better with experience.                          new job at Washington and in-                            has been shifting people all dur-
        JOne the E a s t e r n Conference of               intricate pass p a t t e r n s of p r o             h a s t o bring the B r o w n s back to                    y e a r . However, the schedule is                                                                                herited problems on the offen-                           ing the late summer. W h e n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Giants have a shot at It
        the National Football L e a g u e                  football a f t e r     a       sensational           the pack. Leroy Kelly is a 6-                             no help, calling for a n e a r l y                                                                                sive line. When John Paluck de-                          Austin is finished he will have a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        but those tackles must c o m e
        looks like a wide open r a c e . Dal-              rookie' y e a r a s split end.                      foot, 195-pound back with good                             g a m e with Green B a y .                                                                                        cided to quit—he was later trad-                         strong offensive line.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        through big or Morrall   will
        las, Cleveland a n d New York all                          Injuries Could Hurt                         speed and fine moves b u t he is                                                                                                                                             ed to Chicago, — he left a gap                             Quarterback Bill Nelsen still is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        spend most of the year on his
        h a v e a chance with St. Louis a n d                 Injuries, of course, could ruin                  not J i m Brown. T e a m e d w i t h                                                                                                                                       . in the defensive line.                                   on trial and he has good re-
                                                                                                                                                                                   MYSTERY                GIANTS                        back side.
        Philadelphia on the fringe. Wash-                  the Cowboys for they a r e v e r y                  E r n i e Green, Kelly g i v e s the                                                                                                                                               Shuffling Personnel                                ceivers to help him in Gary
        ington, Pittsburgh and the n e w                                                                       Browns a strong running g a m e .                             The Giants a r e s o m e w h a t of a                        Charley Winner, a defensive                                                                                Ballman, Roy Jefferson       and
                                                           thin on the offensive side. T h e                                                                                                                                                                                                  Graham spent most      of the
      ' A t l a n t a Falcons should be fight-                                                                                                                            m y s t e r y because ef doubts about                         master at Baltimore, has inherit-                                                                            John Hilton. Injuries to Clarence
                                                           front line must do much better                                                                                                                                                                                                  training season shuffling person-
                                                                                                                  Naturally, the Browns will do                           the ability of r o o k i e tackles,                           ed a man sized job at St. Louis.
     ^ ing it out for what's         left.                 in p a s s blocking t h a n it did a                                                                                                                                                                                            nel and scanning the waiver lists.                        Peaks and Theron Sapp and the
                                                                                                               m o r e passing this y e a r . F r a n k                   F r a n c i s P e a y and Don Davis, t o                      Luke Owens' retirement left a
                                                           y e a r a g o . Landry expects the r e -                                                                                                                                                                                        Halfback Ron Rector, acquired                             departure of John Henry Johnson
     ; ^ B > e pick h e r e is Dallas in a                                                                     R y a n ' s sore a r m worried the                         handle the experienced defensive                              big hole in the defensive line but
                                                           turn of Tony Liscio to help.                                                                                                                                                                                                    from     Green    Bay,     should                         throw a big load on rookie Willie
       tight fit with the Browns. T h e                                                                        club in the training season. Ryan                          ends in the league. Allie Sher-                               Pat Fischer, Larry Wilson and                      help Charley Taylor and George                            Asbury and second year m a n
       Cowboys a r e a solid defensive                        Right tackle Bob Lilly is t h e                  and J i m Ninowski h a v e fine t a r -                    man also is short o n defensive                               Jerry Stovall are rough pass de-                   Hughley and men like Jack Kupp                            Cannonball Butler.
       learn a n d should have enough of-                  all-pro in the defensive m a c h i n e              gets in P a u l        Warfield, who                       tackles.                                                      fenders.                                           and Mitch Johnson should give                              Atlanta's  defense       snows
        fense if Bob Hayes, M e ! Renfro                   which m a y have a hole a t R e n -                 m i s s e d all of last season except
                                                                                                                                                                             However, the Giants' offense,                                 The fate of the Cardinals de-                   Sonny Jurgensen a little protec-                         promise, especially Ron Smith at
       t n d Don Meredith s t a y in o n e                 fro's old safety j o b . Renfro's abil-             the title g a m e , G a r y Collins and
                                                                                                                                                                         with E a r l Morrall p a s s i n g and                         pends on the ability of Charley                    tion.                                                    cornerback and Tommy Nobis at
       piece.                                              ity to handle a running back j o b                  Walt Roberts. Milt Morin, t h e
                                                                                                                                                                         men like Tucker Frederickson,                                  Johnson to come back after a                              Sonny in Great Shape                              middle linebacker. The offense is
                                                           can transform the Cowboys from                       rookie right end, may belong in
          T o m Landry h a s revised the                                                                                                                                 E r n i e Koy, Chuck Mercein a n d                             shoulder     operation and    gain                   Sonny came to camp in great                            spotty. Dennis Claridge is the
                                                           a 7-7 t e a m to a winner.                          the Mike Ditka-Ron            K r a m e r
       Cowboy offense once again. He                                                                                                                                     Steve Thurlow running, is potent                               that TD pass touch to Sonny                        shape and w i l l be dangerous                           passer now but Randy Johnson
       h a s installed a rollout series for                  Here's the way the r a c e looks                                                                            J o e Morrison and Homer J o n e s                             Randle, Bobby Joe Conrad and                       throwing to men like B o b b y                           may take over eventually.
        Meredith to s p r e a d t h e defense              from h e r e :                                         T h e Brawns can b e h a d on de-                      a r e M o r r a l l ' s top r e c e i v e r s , a de-          Billy Gambrell. Bill Triplett and                  Mitchell and Jerry Smith. The                              As is to be expected, Coach
        fqr his p a i r of p o n y         running                     1. Dallas                               fense where they show a little                            p a r t m e n t in which the club could                        Willie Crenshaw must stay heal-                    pro debut of Charlie Gogolak, the                        Norb Hecker is making changes
       tacks,      Don P e r k i n s a n d Renfro.                                                             a g e a n d a r e realigning their sec-                   use m o r e speed.                                             thy and rookie Johnny Roland                       rookie soccer-style kicker from                          daily as he looks at his rookies
                                                                      2. Cleveland
       The key move h a s been t h e                                  3. New York                              o n d a r y after losing L a r r y Benr                      P e t e Gogolak's kicking could                             must come through, A new sys-                      Princeton, will be watched with                          and expansion draft veterans in
       t w i t c h of Renfro, a flashy half-                          4. St. Louis                             a n d Bobby F r a n k l i n to Atlanta.                   m e a n the difference in tight ball                           tem takes time to install b u t                    g r e a t interest because of his                        actual combat. The Falcons are
       b a c k a t Oregon, from safety t o                            5. Philadelphia                                                                                                                                                   they should bej coming on strong                   (50,000 bonus tag.                                       better than their exhibition rec-
                                                                                                                  B u t don't expect Cleveland to                        g a m e s , lost last year b y the lack
     • [tanning back.                                                 6. Washington                                                                                                                                                     a t the end.                                                                                                ord. '
                                                                                                               fall a p a r t just b e c a u s e J i m                   of a field goal k i c k e r . T h e young                                                                            Pittsburgh      also has its prob-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Emerson-Stolle Duo Rips
                                                                                                                                                                                                                U.S. s Ralston-Graebner
                                                                                                                                                                                                           BRO0KL1NE, Mass. (AP)
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Australians Roy Emerson and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          -                They held their service through-               net, in ail-around power and                        latter semi-final match had been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           out the match although Ralston                 speed. Stolle served nine aces                      postponed because ol darkness
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fred Stolle dealt U.S. Davis Cup                  and Graebner managed to reach                  and Emerson four. Emerson and                       with the teams tied, 2-2, in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         hopes a staggering blow by crush                  point eight times — once in the                Stolle also had an apparent phys-                   deciding set Sunday night.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ing American aces Dennis Ral-                     eighth game of the first set, five             ical and mental edge on Ralston                      The victory gave Emerson a
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ston and Clark Graebner, 6-4,                     times in the second set and twice              and Graebner, who needed near-                     string of 24 consecutive triumphs
                                                                                                                                                                                                         6-4, 6-4, in retaining the U.S.                   in the third set.                              ly 45 minutes of midday play to                    in U.S. doubles competition.' He
                                                                                                                                                                                                         National Doubles Tennis Cham-                       The Australians, who own their               complete a 6-3, 3-6, 6-8, 1513, 11-9               won previously with Neale Fras-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        pionship yesterday a t Longwood.                   nation's doubles crown, had a de-              victory over Australians Tony                      er in 1959 and 1960 and then
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Emerson, 29, and Stolle, 27,                    cisive edge in volleying at the                Roche and John Newcombe. The                       again with Stolle last year.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         needed only 71 minutes to over-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Peninsula House Ends
                                                                                                                                                                                                        power the U.S. Davis Cup top
                                                                                                                                                                                                        team in what many observers
                                                                                                                                                                                                        considered a cup preview of a
                                                                                                                                                                                                        match in Melbourne Dec. 27.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           The Aussies broke Graebner in
                                                                                                                                                                                                        the third game of the first set,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        then took the service from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        22-year-old former Northwestern
                                                                                                                                                                                                        star in the second game of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Swim Season at 5-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SEA BRIGHT — Peninsula                                                             IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               six freestyle and four medley Houa Md •njer— baya 1. O w l i n u ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ir.eorje Jllln, Bruce
                                                                                                                                                                                                        second set. They finished by                       House Beach Club's swimming         events for a 76-0 scoring bulge. Trait Spreafer, Jeff Corley), t. Nave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Time: :S7.3; (Irla—1. Penla.aU Haut
                                                                                                                                                                                                        breaking Ralston, ranked Amer-                     team closed out its season last                                                    (Mldre Callmaa, Mary Jo Keri«, Kaikjr
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ica's No. 1 player, in the ninth                   night with a 188-79 trouncing ol          Coach John Ekdahl and his Palemo, Jane Naiel), I. Nave. Turn:
                                                                                                                                                                                                        game of the third set.                             Navesink Country Club that gave      swimmers, who finished second to                             Medley Belay •
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Top-seeded Maria Bueno and                      it a final record of 5-1.            Surfrider in the North Beach                                 All IM Metrni
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 It aid wider—boya-1. Pealniala
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Nancy Richey v o n the women's                        Last   Thursday,     Peninsula    Club Swimming League dual meet IMIM Unhn BUke. Mark Kartala,
   CAMPIONS OF SEABOARD-BIGGER LEAGUE — Eatontown Lions Seaboard-Bigger League team won tha cir-                                                                                                        title of the 86th annual U.S. Lawn                 House's > swimmers     won theii    season           and     then        captured Time: Mile.. Fred WMtphal), I. Hoa>e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1:17.3: ajlrls—I. Pealntnla

   jjrfi Championship defeating last year's champions New Shrewsbury Mots in a two out of three games series.                                                                                           Tennis Association Tournament                      fourth meet with a 163-112 tri       the over-all league championship, (Darry liKounuln. r.asle Waflace,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              F.ncenle Dlnerln, Karen Bnrke). t.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        by whipping Billie Jean Moffitt                    umph over Ship Ahoy, its seconc      will be honored by the club at Nave. Time: l:l«.l.
     ^ J n s ' nine won, 7-4 and 6-4. The winners compiled a 22-1-1 season. Back row, left to right, ar« Coach                                                                                          King and Rosemary Casals, 6-3,                     victory of the season over thai      an awards dinner tomorrow nigh!                  ID and under—boyi—1. PealnftDlk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hou«e (Jeff Tnrley, Bob Na|le, Kick
         g Uchrin, Art Daigenault, Chris Uchrin, Greg Braswell, Bobby Compton, Buddy Albert and Billy Hutting.                                                                                          6-4, in just 42 minutes.                            team.                               at Reidy's Inn, Rumson.                       Karlnja, Bruce Goodman), 2. Navn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              In registering its convincin;                      SUMMARIES                    Tlnte: l:0!.9; a:lrl»—1. Penlnsnla Rout*
 Middle row, same order, Mike Angel, manager; Michael Thornton, Bill Fedor, Nate Albert, Joe r\darc«llo, Greg                                                                                              Emerson and Stolle were in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   10 Mrlprs                    Mldce rallmnn, Jane Made, Mary J«
                                                                                                                                                                                                        command virtually all the way,                     win over Navesink last nigh               Ppnlnsnla lli>u>r 1K8, Navmlnk ID Worle, Kalhy Holland), 1. Nave. Tine:
 Ijtyrdman and Harold Albert, coach. Front row, left to right, Billy O'Brien, Bob Hayes, Nick Busbee, Bobby Hurt-                                                                                       bearing down and warding off                       •Peninsula House swept first placi       «-j'P»r old!—Imyt—I. Mmlty HUrrin "1!3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (rill, >. Krvln <l>rk IN). 3. Anilrrv
 inj, Doug Atkinson, and Robert Liming. Not in photo wat John Larson.                                                                                                                                   American threats when needed.                      in all 10 relays capturing thi       Klni (I'll). TlTiir: Ml.I: ulrl.—I. (or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prnlnmla Home ml, Hblp Aboy 111
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                dip .MrMshnn (NI, 5. Bolly Ann Allp
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IN). 3. Mrr»n rhllllix (rill. Time                              If) Melrrt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 : 11.1,                                         S-ve«r-oldft—ho.VB—I.    C.res Holland
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   25 >|pti-r«                 (Pill, !. Andrew Klai (PH), 3. none.

 Wyant, Martin Gain Golf Final at Fort Monmouth                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7->T»r-nlds—lMty»—1. rH* (;iwilmmn        Time: :!5.n: tlrln—none.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (Till. I. Rill Itulnn iM. :]. M«x Mln- H-year-oldn—boyn— 1. Matty Maerta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                nlr (N). Tlnip: :Z3.X; flrl*— I. mam (PHI. !. BUI Monlromery («A), 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (lark iM, 1. K»(hy lliiran (PHI. .1 Honnld ( a-e> (SAI. Time: :M.t; (lrb—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mary IMI Unahan IPIII. Tlnir: :ilj I. Meian Phllllpi IPH), !. Doama De.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    « jrarold.—lio>—1. Mark (.Inrdiinn Ferm ISA), 3. Katby Baker (SA).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IM, *. Klrrr Nairl irill. .1. Jim llol- Time: :II.l.
  Fort Monmouth's golf course                 Walt Wellman eliminated Gil                       er, 3 and 2, a n d , in a semi-final, liam Blair, 4 and 2. Robert Thatch-son with 149 and third was Tom                                                    hole.                               land ll'll). Tlnir: :l».1: ilrln—I. Illanp                       is Mrlera
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Allrr | \ ) . !. .Mary l^r RiHirbpau (PHI 7.yrar-old»—boy»-l. Tim Rick (PHI,
cooled down after the women golf-             Steele, 1 up.                                     Jack Thatcher won over Ralph e r defeated Robert Swan, 6 and Turchan and Tom, Jr., with 152.                                                                 Class A quarter finals were J 3. Kallp W i n i r i l ) . Time: :a.e.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             t. Vlnnle Delaaey IPHI. J. Karl B e r i
                                                                                                Gallucci, S and 4-                    4, and Alston Beekman defeated       Robert Maffett w a s Sunday's                                                   Russell Woolley, Jr., over Fran!        »•>!•»r-nlil-Imyii— I. Sllkr Mllra (PHI nmn (SA). Time: :to.l; airh—1. Ll>a
ers kept it warm last Thursday                   Bob Mawby defeated Reeny                                                                                                                                                                                                                      t. C«rl» Na«fl irill, 3. J. ('. (ilord-i-n Molke (».A). I. Maareen Baker (SA), 1.
                                                                                                                                      Paul Richardson, 2 and 1, in kicker winner at 72.                                                                    Fish, 1 up; Al Colagudri defeated (M.          Tlim: :113; (Irla—1. Barbln Kalhy Doran IPH). Time: :R.I.
and Friday with an Invitational               Reading, 2 up in a Class B
                                                                                                           NAVESINK                   the Class C competition.                                                                                             Bob Skowrenskl, 5 and 4; Sam Klnr (I'll), !. Jranlp Aller (N). 3. 8 year old»—iKiyo—1. A n n a MrOlbboa
Tournament sponsored by the Fort              semi-final match. In quarter fi-                                                                                                                                                                                                                 R r x llavli (PH>. Timr: :IH.I.               ISA), J. Sieve Natki (FH), 3. Fanl
                                                                                                                                        Saturday's kicker went t o Pete          OLD ORCHARD                                                               Tomaini eliminated Fred Kwas             10>p«r-olil«—hoy»—I.        4ohn RUkr B e , | e y (HA). Time: : » . • ! < M a - l .
Monmouth Officers' Wives Golf                 nal matches, Bill Andre defeated                    MIDDLETOWN -             Navesink
                                                                                                                                                                           EATONTOWN - In the cham-                                                        nick, 2 up and Ace Parker ove (PHI, I. Ray Morrland (FH), 3. Hank Mary Raker (SA). 1, Oerajya Debuiry
Club.                                         W. Preston Coderman, 1 up, and                    Country Club a l s o had a busy Tyrrell, 70, and John Phillsbury                                                                                                                               Krarnry i.M. n m f : :n.S: «lrl«— I. (PH), 3. Mary Lee B o o r k e u (PH).
                                                                                                                                                                         pionship flight at Old Orchard                                                    John Kobibas, 3 and 2,              Mary (I'Mrlla IM. t, Sur Naah (PH), Time: :ll.».
                                              Jack Hankenson won over Walter                    weekend with club championship and Weeber Brook, 77's.                                                                                                                                        3. Jaslrp Kkdahl <\>. Timr: :l»(l
  ^Action switched over t o num.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Class B action w a s Larry H e r                                                   t-year-olda— ho»«—I. Mike M U n (PH),
                                              Vann, 2 and 1. Matches will con-                  play. In semi-final matches, Jack       The Father and Son champion- Country Club quarter final match-                                                                                              II yearoldn— hojn— 1.      Mlkn Banla !. Jim Warrea ISA), 3. Jelf Brown
e g w . ( p a t c h e s in club champion-                                                                                                                                                                                                                  zenberg o v e r J o e Mauro, 2 up; (N). !. Fred HV.lphal (PH), 1. Prlf (SA). Time: : l l . l ; ilrla—I. BarMa
                                              tinue during the week in working                  Fowler knocked out John Dixon, ship on Sunday w a s topped by es were John DeBruen over Pete                                                                                                  Holland (PH). Timr: :I«.S; ilrl " Klnt (PHI, i . Mary D'ZnHUa (SA), 3.
iniiT'competition. In champion-                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Bob Rogers defeated Bill Schil- l ^ l l r Maularr (PH), '.. Jraa .Mlnnli Andrea Went ISA). Time: ;1TJ.
                                              toward finals this weekend.                       1 up, and Bruce Crichton defeat- Dr. Joseph Rudnick a n d son Fragale, 3 and 1; Abe Schiff de-
ship < semi-final matches, it was
                                                                                                                                      Stephen with 176 (combined low feated J o e Herde, 2 and 1; Vince                                                    ler, 2 up; Charles Sheldon over (N), 3. Darcy Qulnn (M. Timr: :11.». 10.year.oldn—hoy»— 1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Tim Bailey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Murk Karlnla (SAl, 3. Joha Blake IPH), 1. Ro> Nora-
                                                Quarter-finals in Class C in-                   ed Sal Noto, 4 and 3.
Wifrb^Wyant winning over Dick                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Art Davis, 1 up; Al Caravett         I'H). t. Jpll rralkrr (PH). 3. Harry land ll'll). Time: :11.0i ilrla—1. Darr>
                                              cluded Ken Gonseth defeating                        In Class B it was John Man- gross and net), Second was Joe Fragale over Bob Costinino, 4                                                                                                     O'Mplla (N). Time: :33.t; tlrln—1
Pwtberg, i and 3, and George                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (PH),
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           defeated Larry Stamelman, 3 an Terry Mlnnli <M. !j (Imrlr milarK I-aFountaln Juillne t. Terry J a c k u a
                                              Jim Vallas, 4 and 3; George                       ley over Al Bcrnet, 2 and 1, Pingatore and son Bob, 183. First and 3; Vince Ottaviano over Dom                                                                                                                                               (SA),
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                PH), 3. Nofl Na.h IPH). Time; :M.5. Time: :11.6.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3.             Caaairanda (SA).
Martin defeating Steve Parayos,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        i           '
                                              DeGraff defeating Bud Horneck-                    and Art ,Listander, pver Wil- low net w a s William D a y and Christopher, 1 u p on the 19th                                                                                                       13-year-old—lmy>—1. (lnir|r Mlle» ll-year-oldi-)Kiyi^l. Mark Karlaja
t w o y e a r champion, 1 up. Wyant                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (PH), I. nave Clark. (N>, 3. niaip. (FHl, !. Bob Molks (HA), 1. 'Jim
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Time: :35.ft; arlrln—1. Pessy Plnga- Bailey (SA). Tim': :15.3i tlrla—.
and Martin will go for the title                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               lore IN), !. KMhy Palrrnn (PH), 3. Shlela MrGlbnon (SA), t. I^MIe Maat-
In JS-holes this coming week-end.
   IB ^ Class A play, Cal Kors
                                                    GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS:                                                                                                                                                                          Don't take a divot                     Mary Jo «>rlr (PHI. Timr: :nnnr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     4yrar-nld»—hoyl—I. Rick Karlnja 15.0.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               IPHI. 1. Krtln Kearney (Ml, :l.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ner (PH) 3. Ann r.oercl (PH), TUMI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                M Mften
won over J o e Robison, 3 and 2;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Time: :3n.l; alrh—1. Jamie I^bman Ityear-olda—boy»— 1. Sieve Orlmm
                                                                                                                                        BY ADDRESSINS THE BAU IN THE MIOOU OF VOUR                                                                                                              M. !. Sue Shulle (PH), 3. Mary Belb (f>Ai I Jim Morrl«ey (SA), I Jttt
Bruoe Beard defeated Russ Stap-                        TUE OUT THW9 yOU WAHT TO                                                                                                                                                                                                 AVOID         Snndecmeyer (PH). Tfmr: :M,*,                  Fetiher (PH). Time: :34.»i glrln- .
                                                                                                                                        STANCE, YOUR C U B WAS ST1U. TRAViLLIKJS
                                                       DO IN WET WEATHER, IAIN. IS TO                                                                                                                                                                                      ft/EHS'LlKE             l5-yearK>ldK—boya—I.         Bob Nuel Oaylei Wallace (PH), I. Karen Barke
letonj. 1 up; Jack Taylor won                                                                                                           tOWMHMWS     WHEN IT MET THE BAIL. HENC*                                                                                                               (PH), !. Bill Blake (PH), 3. none. (PH). 3. Barbara B r o m (SA). Tkme:
                                                       HIT BIS DfVOTSf THE WvOFS                                                                                                                                                                                            TUE PIA6UE,
                                                       WET GRASS BETWEEN ClUBAND                                                                        IKSWIOTt                                                                                                                              Time: :!7.l: flrln—1. ( hrl» O.ivtld :37.IS.
over-Harold Pesce, 2 and 1, and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           IAIN. AS THEY       IPH), !. .Ann Hlrh (PH). 3. Mary                  13.,ear-old«—boya-1. Rick Farla)a
                                                        SAIL iMAKSS TH6 BALL « / O F F                                                                                                                                                                                     CAN CAUSE          Ellen Raker (N). Time: :M."1.                  (PH).      1. Mek Colemai (SA), I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             YOU TO               tfl-year-old*—b«y»—1.        Jeff   Corley Oeorte Mllea (PH). Time: :JI.»; rtrta—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (PH), J. Tom Kadnn (M. 3. Rrure I. Mary Jo Werle (PH), «. Naacy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ovttHtrs/          Onrrdman (PH). Time: :51.«: clrla—I. Hemleb IPH), l. Fat Senfrnt (SA).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mldle (allnian (PHI, '.. >anry BnrU Time: :M.«.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           AS MUCH AS         (NI. 3. Jo Ann Hrmleb (PH). Time:                 I4.year-old>—boya-t.       Bob Natle
                                                                                                                                                                         TAKING A                                                                                                              :»,5.                                           PHi. !. Al D'Zurllla (SAl, ] . (leorie
                                                                                                                                                                         WOT, I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              aomwr.                          Freestyle Relay*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               All IM Meier.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hanard (SA), Time: : » . « ; (Irla—.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Kalby Faleroo (PHI. t. l.yna Mollar
                                                                                                                                                                      BAIL OPPOSITE                                                                                                              It and anilrr"hayir~l. renlitRUfa H(m«e (NV, 3. Eileen Hlcli (PH). Time:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              dim Hnllmnd. Vlnnle nelaney. Fete and
                                                                                                                                                                       mcifr                                                                                                                  Mere Nacel). •. Nave. Time: l:!3.l;               lil.year-olda-boya-1. Harry Mollar
                                                                                                                                                                      UHL.l   THEM                                                                                                            • i l — 1 . IVnln.ula Hno.f (Halhy llaran, (SA). l. Bruce Farley (SA), X none.
                                                                                                                                                                       WIT THE BALL                                                                                                             lary Lee Bourl>e«u. Kafir Mllo. Time: :3!.l: i l r l a — Jean Dtrarra
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Geralsv Dflaney), 2. Nave, Ttme: ISA), !. Thrl. On..Id (PH), J. Ana
                                                                                                                                                                        citMttr                                                                                                                 :33.2.                                       Rich (PHI. Time: :34.t.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10 and under—t>ny<i—1. Peninsula              IH.year.olr1>—boya—1. . Jeff      Oorlfy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hmt«e (Roy Mareland, Dan Mllen, John Pit), t. Dan BOM (SA,. 3. Brura
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              RlaVe, Sllke Miles), !, Navr. Time: nmidrnan (PH). Time: :t7.ft; glr|n—1,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              l:(W.fl: Blrla—I. Frnlngula HnuHe (Bar- Jane Najle IFH), t. Carol Werber
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Me KIBK. Sue Najth, Dnrcy LaFounlaln), !PH). 3. Ann Samnela (SA). Tlmet
                                                                                                    THIS IS CAU6D A                                                                                                                                                                           I. Nave. Time: 1:11.4.
                                                                                                 '«/B?"ArJ!> CAN TURN
                                                                                                 A 9-IRON INTO AN
                                                                                                 *l6UrOR EVEN A
                                                                                                      7-//KW                                                                                                                                     MIT BALL OH

          36 BROAD ST.

             «EH BANK
                                                           Freehold Raceway Entries
                                                      lST-l'acr, Maldrn. ll.teo.                  (ruin (HmNom-)                           B-1     . Dutch Cnnrinli (Eendt)                     •-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                        \\ Freehold Results
                                              4    Sweetmans Firtit 1N0 llrlver)                    llnmivrr <(innn)                      1(1-1    ! Old M u t e r <Knrl»>
                                                                                                             .nUn)                        111      !i The Krolrhmmn (PreilandHl)               10-1               IST-r.rr, S1.M0, T: t:07,
                                              5    Early Bird Bertha (Jaeirr)                                                                                                                                                                                 Ah0—Janle     (nhh, Queenii Nathan,
                                              «    Limp I.Marka)                    AK—Ar            .rr <(hfMreii>                        AB—Lott* Carlo*,* (Dftwktnt)                                  ffaytMe ( S w 6.40 5. Hl
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Nrltlai ffM (S'w'h> h > 6. < 3.41 3
                                                                                            AK—Ch            v (Kvnni)                              IE—Trddy C <nrwl»nd)                                                         d >) O
                                                                                                                                                                                                        >Ury« Plrainre (W'card. ->r.) T O 4.3(1            Hlrfimer l.lnid, Hum Roy, (.rilflui
                                              .1   Andy* Roy iWiler)                                                                                                                                                                                       Beth,
                                              I    finuf If old (l.nng)                                                                                                                                 Mimdydftln Ha V»n (Karhrl)             4.40
                                                                                                    2NI>~1'«»M-, Oniil.. 11,260.                         Tin—Trot, (ond., ll.M                            AUo—Arthur IMnrnond, Jan WHnie                          KITH—Pare. U.JIId, T: !:11.J.
                                                                                             I MIM 1'nulln 1 (i'irld)
                                                                                                                *                                  Murk Knyal (Marks)                                        ow Rlair. Jim Purdue, AvU- n.                                               O 1I >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Fair Kamrln ISIfw'rNkl) A O : .H 2.
                                                                                            ? Minn .lulln Co hi) (IIOIM'II)                        Mi am rock Hill Are (Davit)                                JND—P»cf, 11,260, T: *:03.J.       > Mrl.lll (Huhlianl)         3.00 •Do
                                                                                            fl Jn^dalr On Ti>;» H'ftnwiM                           Ar«t Hurk <No Driver)                                Kf«in FlrM'rkcr (W'lf) 8.40 3.40 1M                III l.nn KeiinrNl (llnm-ork)

             s low as 12.58 pair                                                               Itnnnviiirdp .'rln (IHnklrn)
                                                                                            S night Slrii (Ni» Drhcr)
                                                                                            :t Hruxllt Id (1-ntiK)
                                                                                            4 .MountrtIn llrbel (Kenneth >
                                                                                                                                                   Worihy BOIIP (S|irtin>
                                                                                                                                         * Martian (RRVMI)
                                                                                                                                                   Worthy Mahlun Oleillo)
                                                                                                                                                   Itoolt Vnllry (Kftfhrl)
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Ha Ah (rhoinn«) )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ah T
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Velvet! l a d i

                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kelly Boj, Buddy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         3.60 I.HI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          " "~ ' ' *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Aiity— llhpr Itnad Qui-eii, Thurnuii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           i'nllh Adlim, Merry Mrl. Olrra d i n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Tnln Dnillili- (4 Z-% I) Paid 1021.20       One company alone—HFC—serves more
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          To 37 Tli'lieU

 Stalled                                                                                    I Connor« llnn»\rr (No Prlvrr)
                                                                                            *K—.hilly <intt.v (( Bimlen)
                                                                                            AK—Adlo Sunndlrif I I'r,-m()Ui(IrJ(.)
                                                                                                                                                   ftnnlnm kry (VlrnD
                                                                                                                                                  AK—l,urk> Sue (Hancock)

                                                                                                                                                             It I'll—l'are. Cond.. Jl.tSO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        (lT»ll> i)outlle (4 4) Paid
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ~     ""
                                                                                                                                                                                                         .?KI>-Tral. J1.4JO, T: 5:111.1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    11.1)0 .VIHt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ATT.: 7,:i37 HASIII.K: *IH3.H:il             than 2Va million people each year
                                                                                                     :(H«~l'»«f, ton.!., 11.40(1.
                                                                                            I AIT l>r Triiijilir <('tin.j>prU)
                                                                                                                                                       <' I' Star (7.rndt)
                                                                                                                                                       KIIIIH Hoy irreRUndrla)
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Tld> Sun
                                                                                                                                                                                                3-1 Hwarlley HnmriFr (H'ee'y, » r . ) 5.H0 :i.«l)
                                                                                                                                                                                                4-1 SlrailfnKl i/.riull)                         •Vn)         Poor Workout                                  Cmh       MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS                       One company alone—
                             Sears                                                          ^ Mntli-n (lilif (KtltrniniO
                                                                                            1 l.ullnnlrr Vrnch (Cotton)
                                                                                            7 Hrnntur l.ttd tCnnuiert)
                                                                                            :t Trntle Dny (Titytor)
                                                                                                                                                       Iliillrr Tape Sniti-ti Illiirlt^rh)
                                                                                                                                                       <'luuini<r III [.*> (Rplnhauer)
                                                                                                                                                       >lhs Itnndy ('rnllnn (O*»'alt, Hr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Al»i>— l l a m l r e , l.nlll
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Hrtrn'lrhril—li,f) ll<-l»ln.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      S..n«.     Final
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         NEiW YORK ( A P ) -                  Buck-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          You O.I

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1H         n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Itnml, fiaynti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  H FC—recommends
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  "Never Borrow Money
                                                                                                                                                                                                • -II        ITII—Pare, ll.jao. T! 1:1:1.3.           passer, outstanding choice to lake
                                                                                            2 T a m i l * llloi'U)                                 S,". | , T lll(h ll'mrl)                             nrker Miin (.Marrlner) 3.H0 :l-ll : . «                                r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $100                 ? (i.07 $ 0.75 SUMS               Needlessly." But if a
                 Why Pay More?                                                              « Dnrk lit fln-llon (I Innlni)
                                                                                            H Hi-lcue l.Murrincr)
                                                                                                                                                    Indlnn Red Mrr Illnrnrr)                   101 ( unn>. I l,iu,i|. lltontlilnn)         4.HO :<.t« a t u r d a y ' s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      S                     $2. i0,000-a(l(lcd New          200                   13.9:i 19.50 :ie.:u             loan ia tho sensible
                                                                                                                                                  AK— K Nolrl (S|ierrndl)                                  • llr»d IJnrier)                      J.I Hampshire Sweepstakes al Rock-                         300     "Slfi.77 ::n.!Ki 29.25 54.46
                                                                                            At;—Vicky Wee (IMnlll                                 AK—rerlor llrrhfrt (Smith)                                    l.iiknoun I'rlHi-i,, lifynlnr 4n                                                                                                                  answer, remember you
                 Automotive Center                                                          AK—Hjnil'liony < o l n n (No llrhrr)                                                          I         illnhliv Mnr, (irrnl -Inj, Dulrh Orpgoi                         P a r k , turned in such an             •too     2 I.M 'SIA'I 3H.59 72.14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  borrow confidently at
                                                                                                                                                                                                    j      '.VHI—Trot. II,.100, T: ;:(l«.:l.          unsatisfactory workout S' u n (I a y                  500      .'!('). 77 :B.fii) 47.02 H!)..r)3
                 1500 Highway 35                                                                      4TII—Va<T. l i n n . , ll.fDO.
                                                                                            >i (iHtlant Dnhr IHnmrrl
                                                                                                                                                     0 I'll—rare. (ond.. »1.J«O.
                                                                                                                                                Jnrrrlln»n Churk «Tli<m)n«)                     K ..IItiih .Mllr I.M>cr)            17.411 H.OII 4.10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      that t r a i n e r F.ddie Neloy Is                                                                          Household Finance.
                                                                                                                                                liiimr llannvrr iTrlr)                          7« rrlrnitly Si'itlrh (S'liilxrl, Jr.) H.2()                                                               Jhmthtild'l rhmgr it 2}i% fier monition bal-
                                                                                            4 r:illlh H Alihp (llnnklnft)                                                                                    Itnv (Jnilir*)                                                                                                                                       Ask about credit
                                                                                            • IIIMPI I.- l/.t-ndl)                       H HnMy l.mly iSpverlno)                                                                                 t o Rive his a c e 3-year-old another                atirrt 11/ J.mrior Ins and M ol 1% fit, 11,0,1//1 on
                                                                                            I .Mr. | , l l llli-MI                            ^ ICIirrta <'alituln (I nllln.)                   D-l     Al«i>-ni,rlh.v It, Ti'ilonlrriine, Ha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      speed test.                                          tkatl>a7loJthtbalitnclineuenofS300toS500.              Ills Insurance on loan*
                                                                                            1 f;,ilili-ii l'rhl.>                       a Mr. IIr,Hli M/il.- ll.ulur)                                      illy, Jelly IU>, (iiiy Simni                                                                                                                     at group ratos
                                                                                               AlnmHin(,uil . II. lirrllnj >                  : llmri.r Ituhy Illnrhirh)                                                                 T: ?:0M,

     0/,/y daytime harness racing! M                                                           (luern Mnri-flliiH (S,lir,,citrr)
                                                                                            H (ialllnulr (Huilnl
                                                                                                                                         in i 5 Allnuny II.) Illnill
                                                                                                                                         n I I l.Kllf nil l . ' o lI'ri'Nlo. Jr.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                        It <u       (ilrl
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Buddy Itrewttrr < S l l l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         il.HO Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              "The. work was far from satis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           factory," said Neloy yesterday
                                                                                               !i—Aunt Tlllli- i< merino
                                                                                            AK— l l r e n c n l.ail (S«ul)
                                                                                                                                              AK-Kr> Hnlilit lllubhnrd)
                                                                                                                                              AK— Mlaa Hnlly lire IMa)lon)
                                                                                                                                                                                                   H .1 (on
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Alio-Smmny DMren, Itulli lieII. It
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rny V. IVooMrn, 1'rlnrpnn lllnni'lif.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          on returning from Uockiiij;hani
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          where Hnckpasser is stabled.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HOUSEHOLD FINAN
                                                                                                  STII—Trol, Com., »l,7(ll).                                IOTII—Paff, (nod., (f.IIEO.                  7TII— Vacf, *l.fl«O, T: 2:0!).:i.
                                                                                            R Avalnn litilrtil (.l»IHf .                          1    lililv KalnlHiu (Davll)                 »J John 1) N'hlrtt ll.imn'i) 18.40 4.00                        " H e let the work horse get too
                                                                                                                                                  «    llnylrne I Uriel I       '              1-jljet Ilrnrrr (Harnelll            I.«0
                                                                                            I Itn.Mil Mny ilolllns)                               It   Slur Mont (Kitrnmn)                                        ll:ilrrniAn)                              a r in f r o n t of h i m . He w a s                                               IATONTOWN
                                                                                            4 ri»|> H<tnR Illoinrrl                               S    Trl Ahlif iN'tilti.)                          Al.o (       ulcli. Knrly IMr.l llrrrry,             caught in 1:17 for the six fur-
                                                                                            * Mh> Ilitnil, I I'll1 l»r)                           I    <1>I<H> Illll 4iu> (JanirK)                         Ir       M l . . .Mnjrity'n Lady,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Rf. 35, Monmouth Shopping Center
                                                                                            ^ H,,».lr Allen li-feld)
                                                                                            K lldilinn Illrhi-rllnV)                              % lirnrit IVrdlnnnd lOnnai., Rr.)                               Hill—1'iire. »2,IOO, T: 8:(IH.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Neloy said he would work Buck-                                   Phone: Liberty 2-1340
10 RACES        POST TIME       DAILY DOUBLE             TWIN DOUBLE,'                      H Mnr Aill»fl lltiihtiard)                            I lill'nrnrv I'rte iHmllh)                                    tlnx rilulr (SOUHHIII I.VIKI 7.I1O
                                                                                            AK -I'rontu I'al (lluniiner)                                                                                                                      4.«o r.uojpasser six furlongs again today.                                                      MIDDLITOWN
 DAILY!          2:00 P.M.             1:50                  TOO!                                                                                 AK—4 Rlon Hanover IjHrafr)                                       lUlnliiiw IKarliel)             .I.CII.»,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ,    , .
                                                                                                       6TI! I*«rr. ( lniK., f
                                                                                                  flltM Enquire (I'*M(]I»>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ' H u t M m ! , S M . I , , , , J N o i n i a l l y S u n d a y s work would
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   senator T, Mi»a rodd, Noiiie n a v ( , (,een his final workout ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Middletown Shopping Canter
l u t t i : N.Y.C.: Port Authority, Consolidated; Nawarki Public Service. 7                      rnnntry <.nl (No llrUpr)                              ui-Mlay, August 3 0 , 1966—1.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  U l l - P a i e , I!,too, T: J:l>7.       ccpt (or a blow out later in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1107 Highway 35-OSborn« 1-1400
• * Can Turnpike Exit 1 1 , Gurden S U U Parkway Exit 123, t o RL 9, fl   •
                                                                                                 Walnut An* illrlnhiurr)
                                                                                                 True Vlbmrt <SI»jUrt)                                                                                          <• Apple ll.onn             5.10 .1.10
                                                                                            1    He's My Boy (Luhst)
                                                                                                                                                        THE DAILY REGISTER                                                                        3.40 3.00 week.

LINES CUT — U' Seaman .kltf. 90
                                AUTOS ton SAL*.
14—Tuwdsy, August 30, 1966 mri.K*   DEsmi nmitsaTSD
                                    PARTIM TO TAKI OV»* PAT-
                                    MES'Tt ON RKPOHSUBD CAM.
                                    CALL MR. RHELLT, Hi-Mil. alON-
                                             MOTORS.      AUTHOIUXBO
                                    OLDSMOnil.E 1980 _ Pour-door bard-
                                    top. NO MONEY DOWN Take over
                                                                                                       A.UTOS FOR SAM!

                                                                                                     1964 JAGUAR XKE
                                                                                             •MOO flrm. z»-S4U after I ».m.
                                                                                       MBXCEDBB IMS — Hack, leatMjretla,
                                                                                       whltewalls, wheel discs, radio. Buellaat
                                                                                          •ndltlon. SK-7M4.
                                                                                       1983 IUPALA — Super Boon convert-
                                                                                                                                                                            AUTO* POt SALE
                                                                                                                                                                    19U CHEVROLET — Good eoodtUon.

                                                                                                                                                                            TRUCKS FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                    M7 PICK-UP TRUCK — Volkswagen.         iht    d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HELP WAOTEtV-FEMAJJE

                                                                                                                                                                                                          tad loldeiiaf. Will U«tm. OMMI «
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            4cKterity    id
                                                                                                                                                                                                          sight and manuall 4 t i t required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SCHOOL o r DANCINO — Has openlnis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 for danoe teteh^r tralnaae. No experi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Oood Ik ••Mmbly wirtat ence neaeasery.time. Hart U preferred
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Part Una full

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Panee ability
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 H E I > WANTED—FEMA1*

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               per hour
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            «y*. Apply fn person 1'to 10 p.m. Hon.-Frt.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12 Broad fit.. Red Bank 741-ri8.'i8
                                                                                                                                                                    Good runnlnf condition. Call after 7. 40 hour week-8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bum- Cookman Ave., Aibury Park 774-9251
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ARTHUR MURRAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HELP WANTED-MALE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FIRST COOK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            For deparUwnt «lore restaurant.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to produce superior sauces, gravies,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     lupenrleors. HO experience neceaaary.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   j Part
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            quallly restaurant. Muat have *bl lly 12 Broad 81.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ARTHUR Mi/HUY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SCHOOL OF lUNCtNd - »UrtM» fail
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tralnSJSg ?ntrim
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         dance leactaera, Junior lDtertHewers. sad

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            days, no Sundays. Experienced with Apply and person 1 to 10 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               full time. Salarr *lua b«nus.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Red Bank       Ill-.M^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mir. Opentage lor
                                          t r $520           k BRAD
h p Mercury. Reward for Information payment n[ $5.'io per week. BRAD-                  ible. Automatic transmission. 91400.                                         2»OMi                                                                                                                                                                             .        .   i   1_1»_1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            soups and mpervlse kitchen help. ILiber 31 Cookman Ave., Aatmry Park 774K51
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .   t._l«*   I   Dine.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                hourt*7 a.m. to |:30 p.m.        BOOKKEEPER — General Ifjjer ea                                                             si. benefits Include paid vacation. has.    LA.XD__AP»R'a ASSISTANT
Variinx to return. Call       after    7 p . m . LEY DISCOUNT        CENTER.            ,
                                                                                  Rl. »Call after 6. 7874037.                                                       1«4 CHEVROLET PICKUP — 1, ton.                                               perlence needed anil must be able to
                                                 Neptune 77<«OO0                                                                                                    ~     like new. $150.                 Bxcetlaot company iwnefUs. Including                                                                                                                                                Over 18, phyilcally nt.
                                                                                          iM» FALCON — Automatic Iransmls-
                                           CADILLAC 1M4 ^~Coupe DeVllla. NO flon. Radio, heater. New whltawalll.                                                                    I42-2944               >ro(Mulva wag* increaaea profit ihar-                                                                                                                                                    Calftfl IMS
LOST — Large German ahapherd. fe                                                                                                                                                                           ng, pemton, paid holidays. and vaca-
           k dl    l     K b
male, black and allvar^ Keansburg *•  i    MOSEY DOWN. Take over payments                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                FOUR D1BHWAAHER1 -             Apply
                                         I of 117 40 per week. BRADLEY DU- anow ttrea. More. 7U-S7I9.                                                               1950 CHEVROLET PANEL, TRUCK X tion*, buIUi lniurance plan,                   APPLICATIONS — Now being accepted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Apply to employment dtpartment                            id Piner, Hwy. 36,
elnliy. Since Aug.      sward. 7J7-198"                                                                                                                             Call after < p.m                                                             f r Pall. Day and evening hours. Apply                                                                                                                              Leonardo.     >
or 7»7MJ1.                                                                   Neplun,.  990 THUNDERBIRD — Sunroof typev                                                                                                                           Ladlei Department, Atlantic Superama,
                                           771 -9000.                                 blue, full power, new upholstery. Ex-
                                           CHRYSLER lMt — Convertible. Full cellent condition. 787-2166.
                                                                                                                                                                    1953 CHEVROLET HALF—TON PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Pleast appliy at          New etirewnbury.                                                                                   BAMBERGER'S                                   FROIMJCTION WO                 — ForiTfi-
                                                                                                                                                                      P 1135. Call between 5:30 and «, WHEELOCK SIGNALS, INC. WAITRESSES — Experienced. Year- Newark,                                                                                                                                           pi«/it. ppunist*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             N              t   p                   lot id-
TRAVEL - TRANSPORTATION power. No cash needed. TAKE OVER 9&8 CHEVROLET Impela convertible.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     - J-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  vancement     No «*(v«rlencc nece»*ar;
                                           PAYMEVT8 of 115 S per week. BON- V-B stick. Good condition. Call after                                                   787-8149.                          173 Branchpoint Ave. Long Branch round work, vacailun. For appointment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        call 741-0200.                                                                                                    Ask tor Mr. Brown                       Apply 8t»uf(er Chemical Co., SUiijajie
WANTED — Riders to Oklahoma CHy, DEI 1 AUTO SALES, Rt. 36. Neptune. 5 p.m. 7I7B1I1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                pivittlon, Lire Rfi,, MaUw*ii-_
leaving September 3. Phone                 774-5700.                                                                                                                          MOTORCYCLES                    OPERATORS NEEDED — To.                                     LADIES                                                                       MEN PART-TIME
                 7I1-807J                                                             CHEVROLET 1963 - - Impala hsrrilol>.
                                           CHEVROLET 1«4 - Four-door its No casn needed. TAKE OVER PAY-                                                                                                      dre.bes at home. Call                                                                                                                                                                            tfi 'itumion-K«lr Haven RBglonal
                                           tlon waion. NO MONEY DOWN. Take MENTS OK *S 90 per week. BONDEU                                                           »58 B8A 630-CC — Excellent mscbinl-                     7211192.                Easy part-time          •it. Somettiinc n«w                           Work Item home, earn 12 to $3 P "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      or earning money In spare lime. Work                                 hour according to ahilily Hours ad-                                           High School, R*iji»n. kiZ-iMT. ^
                                           over payments of Ill.JO per week. AITO »ALES, Rt. 3S, Neplune. 774-                                                      :al condition. 741-254S
            AUTOMOTIVE                     BRADLEY DISCOl'NT CENTER, Rt. 670(1.                                                                                                      after 6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               'LERK TYPIST — Executive ofrlci                 home- Any hour*. Earn %1 per                                 utLed to recular job. Call 566-3257,                                         COMBINATION AUTO bOtiY AND
                                           35. Neptune. T7IM00.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Must be neat, accurate and matur        finur. Call ,^831313, MM-2019, 566-3257,                              (82-1974, 566-2019, 449-J3O.1,.                                               PAINT MAN to run body »fiop i_ auid-
          AUTOS FOR SALE                                                                961 PONTIAC convertible. Radio, heat-                                                1966 HONDA—SPORT »              Reference* required, Apply In own        !6'.MO74, 449-4^05,                                                  CARPENTER — Grnfral rppiir work.                                              mobile <ie_leri.h)p on Uccntivt bw.-i
                                           FORD 1964—Custom M0 two-door. Ful- er, brand new top, whltewsll tlrei. Sale                                               'hree months old. Excellctat condition. handwriting to Box 699, Red Bunk                      ^*TED        IB and over, Ex                            Steady employment lor right man. Cal                                          with guaitniee. Writ* "B.E-", Bojt SJiO,
        IF I T ! NEW OR USED.              ly equipped. No cash needed. TAKE «30. Call 747-40110.                                                                   $2tO. Call 741-2MO.                      N.J.                                                                                                                                                                                              tl«nk.      _
           BEFORE YOU BUY.                 OVER PAYMENTS o 17.W P " week.
                                                                     f                                                                                                                                                                                             •vlth caah register. Work In                            6T1-I032. after 6 p.m.
        FOR YOUR OWN OOOD.                 BONDEI' AITO SALES, Rt. » . Nep- MPERIAL 1961 — Hardtop. Kull pow-                                                       1968 HONDA Buper Hawk — 306cc. NEED MONEY to outfit children for dairy «la                       Apply Krauaer Dairy Store,                            ALL AROUND MAN FOR SERVICE                                                         " AUTO MECHANIC
             GIVE US A TRY                 tune. 774-4J7OD.                            •r. No cash needed. TAKE OVER                                                Returning to school. Must fell. Extras. school? Pleasant, profitable, part-time "12 New •i\[ Springs Road. Llncroft.                                   STATION — Older man preferred. Call
                                                                                      PAYMENTS of Jl 90 per week. BON-                                                  . Call after 6, 84_-3197TJ           employment with world's Urgent <                                                                                                                                                            feUptrkncfd. Kiv* day week. Good >ty.
                                           CHEVROLET 1961 — Two-door adean DEt: ACTO SALES, Rt. 35, Neptune.                                                                                                  netic company. Call 741-4111 or write WAITRESSES WANTED — Apply                                              462-7332.                       _'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                fur Mr. Ki-liy, tf B in. tu 0 p.m ,
     EVERY NEW AND USED CAR                NO MONEY DOWN. Takt over pay- 771-0700.                                                                                                                            .lr.s. Margaret OulotU, P.O. Box 65*3,       IDII, Ye Cottage Inn, 349 W. Front                                                       >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MALE — Over 38, U aflaiat In h
          REDUCED TO SELL.                 ment* of $6 40 per week. BRADLEY                                                                                              n. Spar*          accessaries       Red Batik.                                                                                                        •ice. Call uttrr & p.m.
         RASSAS PONTIAC                    DISCOUNT CENTER, Rt. 35, Neptune. FORI1 1M2 — Nine-pa«ienj«r waron.                                                             842-0S97.                                                                                                                                                        7U-2141, _____                      MAN - - T'or        ter work, n w t d y . o
                               Red Bank 774-9000.                                     NO MONEY DOWN. Takt over pay-                                                  1985 HONf)A — lTfuf, CB J«l7| i.                                                                                                                                                                           mrt-lirne. K)       tice not riec«*§*rv
 195 Broad St.                                                                        ments or 99.20 per week. BRADLEY                                                                                           le itii'i t'xptriencfd wuiuuu to cur**                                                           y p p y MOV_lia • - Only mi-ti wiUi txi't-ric                 Apply tu pt-i         Luilwig's DeltcaUrs
              I a.m. • 9 p tn.             JAGUAR — 3.1 1969. Rebuilt engine In DI8COINT CENTER, Rt. 35, Neptune.                                                   mllei. Call 741-1515 between 4-7 p.                                           M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rttiitii houaf for lcat/her D Red
              I           p                                                                                                                                               reasonable otfer.                  Hunk, H-n Hi'isnt tins Urn.'. Three urier-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 iKiry, 41 Marion St., Red      1 apply. I'imiip rml>\                                1U W'ull,    St.         Bank.
                                           good condition. Needs tome body work. 771-9000.
                741-5180   0               $4W firm. If *old before Bcpt. 1. Calf                                                                                                                                ia. Call M'J-3'JH.1.                       WOMAN -                                                                                                             ATl'BNDANT — Experience preferrei,
 1964 CHEVROLET IMPA1.A — Two- 7*7-5636, after 5 p.m.                                 DODGE 1962 — Dart 440 convertible.                                                                                                                                         larl-tlm                                                                                                          > h'hi p in. Ajiply Broulwiale Nur-
 door hardtop. Radio, heater, factory FORDS -                                         Full powor. No cash needed. TAKE                                                        MOBILE HOMES                   CAH WASHERS: FULL JJIME ~OHLY                                                                                                   iHEBSIVK K1HM. SKNMl KEHVMK TO           Ilom*', 1325 Hwy. 35, H_rttt.
                                                            DESIRE INTERESTED                                                                                                                                - OlrlM. 19 to 25. (or detailing cars;Apply in )>.                                 't'llc:
 air-conditioning. V-8. Automatic. Power PARTrES TO TAKE OVER F A * OVEK PAYMENTS of ».70 per week                                                                                                                                                                       rt- .St.. H.-ii Bank.                                               .ANDIS & LANIJIU, Cl'A'S, P.O. BOX
 alPennR New tires. Excellent condition. MEKT8 ON REPOSSESSED CARS.                   BONDEU ALTO SALES. Rt. 35, Nep-                                               MOBILE HOME — OUKIU Liberty. Two cleaning Inside windows and outside                                                                                                    747, RED BANK.                      AIX AROUND • Service etation man
                                                                                      tune. 774-67OO.                                                               bedrooms, I1,, baths. $3,41)0. Call 787- drying. Mo experience necessary. Good                                                                                                                                 ited. Kererenci'B reiulred. TubUyg
 $l."O5. Private owner, but will conllder CALL MR. SHELLY, 54J-24H. MON                                                                                                                                      ws-ges. Apply Country Hudaer Car                              STENO-TYPIST"                                                      UTTER"'-" Purl-tlme. i)r»M, suit      1, Maple A BergenlAvM.. Red Bank.
 your car In trade. M2-4380.                                                                                                                                        0634 for appointment,
                                           MOUTH         MOTORS,        AUTHORIZED IW4 CORVAIR — Four new whltewillH.                                                                                        Wajh. Hwy 35, Mlddk'town.                                             741-4JW)
  PLYMOUTH 1»65 — Fury, tour-door DEALER-                                             Walnut paneled Interior. Stick shift.                                           'LEETWOOD HOL'SE TRAILER^ l'ix                                                                                                                                         :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              irlim.ty for responsitil.* nrati. '"all
                                                                                      Excellent condition. IWG. E88O Service                                        BO, J4.9T5. 43 Shorehaven Trailer Purk,  APWTCATIONS" NOW             B _ I N ( ~ A C - NIJIt__8~Ali>_a --"AIL VhlfL^rKivt'-day                                           uda, R42-3555, Katontowti Dress hU                         HELP WANTED—Male - Female
 harlltop Full power. No cash needed.
 TAKU OVER PAYMENT* of l\t.X per FORD 1964—Oalaile two-door hardtop. Button. IT Shrewsbury Art,, Red Bank.                                                          Middle Rd.. Hazlet.                      CEl'TEl) — For lull time einp'oym.              /L'..|t. li*n*:fits. A|i,)]y HroiiluiaU; Nura-
 week. RONPEU AUTO SALES, RL 35, Full no«er. {1SB6 *D MONEY DOWN. 747-9S69.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Apply In person at off ice, J.J. N iK Home, 3:i_ft Hwy. 'if,, Hazh                                                                                                             TEACHER — For upper grades. Malli
                                           BONDEU AUTO SALES, RL » , Hap-                                                                                            LS82 PACEMAKER — 66H0. Two bed-           rry Co., 71-7!i Broad Kt . Red Hani;.                                                                                                       IHIIVER      - F U L L T I M E . background pufeired. Small Blawfe^,
 Neptune 774-*7On.                                                                    PLYMOUTH 19S7 — Station wagon.                                                rooma, large bath, lrtpal location. Set                                                   ALES W H Y •'- Kxpprieni-ftl
                                           tune 774-4700.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 xcellent rfr ,'cr over 25. Call private school. Send, rfiutne to Box
  OLDalfOBILE - DESIRE rNTERBST-                                                       10 SIDNEY DOWN. Take over pay-                                               on lot. Shrubs and cyclone fence. $3, R BAL~EaT AT E~SALKS " I'K 11 SUN ~ — Ivc days, one (light, Apply 1                       '                                                       Taxi Co.. 747-11747.
  ED PARTIES TO TAKE OVER PAY- PONTIACS TO DESIRE INTERESTED lents of U per week. BRADLEY DIS-                                                                      300. Call 787-M23.                       Experienced. Busy highway location              oils Gift tt)io|>, iloiimoutll Sli'>ppl!i(;                                                                                    )&2, MfltJiwB/.'. N,J.         .
                                                               TAKE OVBR PAY- lOl'NT CENTER, Rt. 35, Neptune.                                                                                                Multiple Listings. CAflKY'S AGENCY/, Center, Katoutown.                                                                                        LABORERS
 CALL «R. SHELLY. M!-2«l. MON- CALL MR SHELLY, 54! 24H, U0N- 774-8000.                                                                                                                                       Hwy. 35, Haslet. 264-8442.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ^N7-ED COHSKTIKRF; WANT-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HANDICAPPED             PERSONNEL
  MOUTH       MOTORS,       AUTHORIZED MOUTH             MOTORS,        AUTHORIZED 969 VOLKSWAOEN — Black, sunroof.
                                                                                                                                                                         WANTED AUTOMOTIVE                   DIUJG STOR_~OLERK VULI,"TIMK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Fiill-tiuif. Apply In per.srm,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             innu'dlitle ojirnlngs fur m m to do all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CALL 642-4390
  DEALER.                                                                                                                                                                                                    LARtlE. ACTIVE PHARMACY. SAL                                                                                                   ypes (if coinni'iri la>K>r. ('ar helpful.
                                           DEALER-                                    :all before 10 a.m. or after 15 p.m.                                                                                   AKY DSPBNDB ON EXPERIENCE Sylvette ftliop. MiddlcLown Shopping                                                                 Come In today. We open at
 DEJUUt INTXRISTED PARTIES-TO                                                          41-4012.                     I                                                      WE PICK UP JUNK CAItS                                                            (-"_>i«r g e e jjjgg Lawrence.                                                                                               BARB KMPLOVUENT AOBKGY
                                           PONTIAC 1»M—Bonnevtlla station wax-                                                                                             Twlnbrook Auto Wrecking           AND ABILITY. CALL 787-9797.                                                                                                                 7:30 a.m. dally
 take over payments, of Foreign S M on. Full power. Factory air. No eath FALOCfN — 1M2. TwiHloor. Automatic                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Quaflified I'«nonnel For Qtl*fltr Otfoe*
 DomasUo automobiles, l a s i payments needed. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of flood condition. 1390. Phoni                                                                           Call 747-0212 or 542-2235.                                                                                                                                             MANPOWER, INC.                     210 Broad       i-onj Branch     M3-47I7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NSURANCE SECRETARY — Exper 1-
 arranged, special deals for home own- J14.9O per week. BONDEU AUTO                                   M(0533                                                                                                         enced In all phases. Excellent salary                           HEtP WANTED-MALE     ATLORB! SPOTTXRi,              MANA.OKR8
 ers. Call Mr. Shelly. Mon- SALES. Rt. 35. Neptune. 77I-4700.                                                                                                  AUTO PARTS-REPAIRS                           IK>ter.tlal, and working conditions. Ap                                              nd prtiseri on all type* of work. 4 W. Front S.                           Red Bank
  Bnoulh Motors.                                                                       '1AT 1963 — 1100 Sedan. Low mileage,                                                                                          ply giving experience and references                                               Good opportunity. Call collect, 284-1000.
                                                            19» FORD                             d P06.                                                                                                               PROFESSIONAL SALES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Write "A._.", Box bJO, Red Bank       CAR WASHEKS — Four openings for
                                               Tv,'04]oor. Orlainal. Running. S125                    S42-1O2O                  EXPRESS BODY — 14 ft. xrx7'. Ah                                                                                            full time men. Experience preferred, WANT£l)~^'BCH0blJ                    BUM DMVKR8
          AUTOS FOR SALE                                    Call 291-1360              „    THUNDERBIRD — Stick shift,
                                                                                                                                six tires, liks new. 825x20. 488 Main                                                       OPPORTUNITY                    but not necessary. Will train oiJ tlie j»li Male or rein ale, part-time. R. Halfrtch
                                                                                                                                St., Beltord.                                      1139 A WEEK SALARY
                                                  CHEVROLET 1M3 — Impale tour- two topi. Excellent condition and clean.                                                                                          with unlimited compensation potential Excellent WII^-H. Apply Cotin'.ry Hintaer „ Bon, 787-0003.                         '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           C;ir Wash, Hwy. 3,p), Middletown.
                                                  door hardtop. NO MONEY DOWN. 53i-2lll after 5.                                                                         To start work Immediately. No ex nt> of Ilie nation'a largest Ciimpunlei                                                                   ^ W A N T B D

         FINAL                                    Take over payments of $10.30 per week. THUNDERBIRD 1963 — Convertible. BOATS AND ACCESSORIES pt'ricnce necessary. We will train you 111 train you in a lifetime «ale* am L'TIUTY" - - Kltctien ami RiMierai dean Grlltmon, kitchen helpers, dlahwaahtri,
                                                  BRADLEY DISCOUNT CENTER, Rt. Full power. No cash needed. TAKB
                                                  35. Neptune. 7749000.                   OVER PAYMENTS of 112.90 per week.                BOATMAN'S SHOP
                                                                                                                                                                         Call for appointment. 74I-401S or SJ8- come (salary career comnilsBlon) can ng A/>ji)y in pp.rgon. 121 Fair Have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          where your In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Rd., Fair Haven.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 girM, waltr^jges, Five-day wf»k.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Paid holiday a. Apply In perion, Bell
       CLOSEOUT                                   1M4 Bl'ICK — Skylark, hardtop, two-     BONDEU AUTO SALES, Rt. 35, Nep- New Jersey's largest marine supply EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER — soar witliout associate we wish on your ACCOUNT A Nl* ~- Jr. — Minimum two portunity pmpk»>rfr
                                                  door, sport coupe. V8 engine, radio line. 774-6700.                           house, All ynnr boating needs under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ability. The
                                                  end heater, power-steering, power 'OLKBWAGEN 1»«4 — Extraa Oood one roof, Evlnrude outboard motor of working parents. Own room. Imth ->e a college graduate who Is financial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                celling depcnllng
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to add
                                                                                                                                                                               live In and cars for two children to our organization should preferably years college Including nix accounting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               iltR, one year industrial accountInB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ! !

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cafeteria, Holmdel, An «qual op-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          T ~7

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                - '- '
         NEW 17*6 CHEVY                           brakes. Spinners. Must sell. 542-37S5: Dondlllon. Mutt sell. Call             sales, new and used, Expert repairs                                               y dissatisfied In his present Job and li experience. Oppnmg for growth-mltirter NI'RSES AIDES AND ORPERLXEV —
              Vi Ton Pick-up                                                                                                    on Evlnrude, Jahnton and t i l OMC nd T.V. Pleasant working conditions. deiiroua of greater opportunity for in- Individual seeking oppcjrtunity in man All shifts. Full fringe benefits, Apply
                                                 CHEVROLET 1964 — Impala two-door                          812-OS47.            products. Prompt service. 24 Wharf !all 747-6292, before 5:30 p.m.               creasing earning! *nd preitlge In com- ageinunt accounting function. Good sal In |)er<on, Atlantic Highlands Nufffng
              BELOW COST                         hardtop NO MONEY DOWN. Take DESPERATE                     FOR TRANSPORTA- Ave., Red Bank. 741-5780.                     EXPERIENCED HAIR 8TYLIST — munity.                                                • ry and fringe henelits. Please sem) Home, H Mlddletown Av*., AUtatlc
         NEW l?6o CHEVY                          over payments of 914.30 par waek. TION? — I960 Falcon, deluxe model.                   Open Sun. and Holidays           Richard's Hslr Stylist, little Silver.                                            rcHiime to P.O Box J347, New Bruni Hlfttilandfl, weekdays. 10-*.                  "•
              «   Ten Pick-uo                    BRADLEY DISCOUNT CENTER. RL Best offer. Call after 7 p.m. 747-9616.                        9 a.m. to 1 p.m.             nail 747-5027.                                         Cal! M9-7387               wick. N.J.
                                                 15. Neptune. 774-WOO.                                                                                                                                               An Bqual Opportunity Employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        M_N~XNirWOHAN — To do paittime
              IELOW COST                                                                  I960 FORD CONVERTIBLE — V-8. 17' BA8* BOAT — Roomy. T5 It.p. REGISTERED NURSE — Four hours                                                                                                                    work on estate. Man to maintain
                                                 CHEVROLET 1964 — Station wagon. ft.atoma.ttc. New tlrM. Oood condition, Gray. 20 gallon tank. Bought bitter                day, five Uay week. Inquire tn per- PACKERS WANTED — Experienced                  YOUNG MARRIED MAN groundg. Woman lo work in houM. No
         NEW i m CHEVY                                                        dd
                                                 Full power. No cash needed. TAKE "eat offer. Call after 5:30, 78,7-7914.       boat. Make otter. Call anytime. 6S1- son, 31 Chapln Ave., Red Bank.              in peeking china, etc., for Household Under 25 for working a.HHifltuiit m_              :hlldren. Sorvlces in exchange (or free
                    Von                          OVER PAYMENTS of 18.40 per week.                                               1746.                                                                                                                                                                       ... Including utilities in new rood-
                                                 BONDEU AUTO SALES, Rt. 15, Nep-19*2 CITROEN STATION WAGON -                                                             FEMALE HELP WANTED — Apply Oooda Moving and Storage Company. ager. Apply in person, Ren's Middlctov
          IELOW COST                             tune. 774-6700.                          Excellent condition. Air, oil suspen- 17' PEN YAN - Utility boat Oood Single System Laundry, Broad and '           ~ Apply In person at Anderson Bros., Car Wash, Hwy. 3.1, Mlddlelown.                         rn atiartjment. Wrltt "B.V.", Bo» 520,
                                                                                          sion, power brakes. 29 miles per gal- for family and. skiing, alaks olllr. First Bta., Keyport. Call 254-0757.         Inc.. U-K) HecXanto St., Red Bank.                                                          il Bank.
  •65 CHEVROLET                       $I3«       1953 MG-TD—Eicellenl condition. Com' ton, 7 or 8 passenger. S65O. 5U-9277.     Call M14746.                                                                                                               BHIPPINO AND RECEIVING MAN -
         377 Englnt.      Aufcmoflc              pletely restored. Strictly classic with                                                                                 PART—TIME SALESWOMAN — In               RKAL BflTATI BALES PERSON — Over 18. Crown Engineering, La cm ioOKKEEPBR — With lull Knowledie
                                                 original leather. 142.3109 after « : » . ISM FORD — Hunt tbrtv-fpMd,              CLEARANCE — 1 9 « INVENTORY luxury atore. Grooming and pleasant               Exp*rltncfld. Buiy highway location. Bt,, Keyport. 26*-30B6.                                 ili>ut)le entry bookfeeepinf. Full time
  45 CHEVELLE                         $I3M                                                cu. In. 91W. Call                          Sallboetl - Sftllboarda - Outboards attitude Important. Write "B.Y.", Box MulUpl* Llitlnfl. CASEY* AOENCY,                                                               Itlon. Hed Bank «rea. An»w«r In
              4-door Sedan                       BUICh. 1M4 — Riviera, hardtop. NO                                                       MONMOUTH MARINA                 520. Red Bank.                          Hwy, 36, Haslet. 2W-8142,                 MAN — Or night Undent, to work, ful           iwn handwriting itttinc quftllflctUons
                                                 MONEY DOWN. Take over payments                            7414691                                                                                                                                                                                       ,nd «nlary desired to "C.M.", B Q I 430,
  44 BEL-AIR                          *I3«       of 110.60 per week. BRADLEY DIS-                       1957 FORD
                                                                                                                                4« West St., Monmouth BKtch. 122 MM
                                                                                                                                                                             SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME               FULL AND PART-TIME — Experi- time InApply In person, Modern Phar led Bank.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     pharmacy. Must have driver'
              Station wagon                      COUNT CE.NTEH, RL 35. Neptune.                                $100             17 PEN YAN — T6 h.p.lnboard. larn 130 to 140 a week. Part time enced Bsrvlc* Station attendant!. Air- macy, 369 Carr Ave., Keanibum.
                                                 771-9000.                                         Call anytime. 671-0100.      20 gal. tmnk. Fainted and varalfaed. Flexible hours. Become a Lady Fuller port Siio, Wirwibury Av«., ^New                                                                  AITERS OR WA1TREME8 — • » •
  44 IMPALA                           $1495                                                                                     »00 Ready to go. 681-674".               In your area NOW. Call 281-1887.        Bhri.wtbury.                              PART—TIME — Male, after Labor Day ^erleneed, over 21. FulUlms work, t^ie
               Sport Coup*                       CHEVROLET 19)9 — Impala four-door        1992 FORD RANCH WAOON — Eco-                                                                                           EMPLOYMENT — Ptrt-tlmi and full Apply Hea Bright.Delicaalet, 1060 Ocea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Hempel'i                               1l Union House, 11 Wharf Ava., Red
                                                 hardlop NO MONEY DOWN. TAKE nomical six, automatic transmission,                                SAV-COAT                HAIR 8TYLI8T WANTED — Apply in                                                                                                   lank. 7*1-1500.                      > .
  64 CHEVELLE                         $1095
                                    over payments of S11.9D par weak.                     new tires and snow tires. Excellent        TBU LIQUID PLASTIC COAT1NO                                                  time. CuntodlaJ irorkeri needed. Tour Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     person, Aocardl's. 793 River Rd., Fair
              Two-door S«dM         BRADLEY DISCOUNT CENTER. RL                           condition. $650. Call 711-1377.                       AVAILABLE AT                                                          rlaven.                                                houra ajid eight houn. Cletr/tr and                            SUPERINTENDENT            — Part-tim        IOOKKEEPER — with knowladfa of
                                    55. Neptune. 774-8000.                                                                                  THE YACHT SHOP                                                                                                                   waxtr Jjbi op«n now. Call &S2-3812.                            handy with tools, for 44-unlt apartment latlonal cash register bookk«cplog fys-
  4J IMPALA                           $1395                                               19(4 OLDBMOBILE CUTLASS — Power- 11M Ocean Ave., Sea Bright. 8(2-1113                                                        /AiTRsaans — EXPERIENCED —                                                                                           In Kear.*bur_. Air cnndltfoned t p t r t - em preferred but not •ssvntlauT An-
              Hardtop               1950 MO—TD CLASSIC — Completely                       steering, power brakes, power windows.                                                                                     Apply In person after 2 p.m. at The                     EXPERIENCED BPRAV PAINTER —                                    ment, all utllitleo. Call BI 2-2500        iwer in own handwriting atatlng quftlln-
                                    restored. Many extras. Perfect condi-                 Excellent condition. Call after < p.m. 27' ELCO — SLEEPS FOUR                                                              Cobblestones, Hwy. 38, MUdlelown.                       For production work, with overtime                                                                     catlons arA1 sslary rieslrsd. Y«ar roonl
        Eight cylinder, Itlck       tion. Call 872-1073.                                  787-5125. $1900.                                                                                                                                                                   and other benefits. Apply In penon.                            MAN — Part-time. Retired or semi- poallton. "C.N.", Boi CIO, Ral JSwk.
                                                                                                                                   Head, galley, 125 Chrysler. Make offer.                                           BHIItT PRE08ER — Cor Prosperity                         Eitey Metal Products, 1 Catherine St.,                         retired, lo maintain church. Phont and
  43 BUICK                    $ ?95 CADILLAC 1963-Sadan deVIIIs. Fac                      19«3 RAMBLER AMERICAN 220 — Please call 671-089',.                                                                         unit. Experleaced preferred. Appjy In                   Red Bank.                                                      carTftceiaary. 7B7-3323.
       Special, 4-door Sedan        tory air conditioning. NO MONEY                        Excellent condition. Reasonable. M2-                                                                                      person Morey LaRue, Hwy. 35, Eatoi
                                                                                          1821.                               i              SAIUNG PRAM « i '                                                       town.                                                                                                                               KITCHEN HELP               SITUATIONS WANTED • Fannie
  6] CHEVY II                         I 995      DOWN. Take over payments of S15.40                                                          Excellent condition                                                                                                                                  DRIVERS                                   Dlihwaiheri and porttri, Rtllablt,
                                                 per week. BRADLEY DISCOUNT CEN-          1961 CORVAIR MONZA — 4-200 miles.                     . Call 2W-25S!)                                                      WAITRESS — Apply In person, Ye Patd vacation
           ,4-door Automotle                     TER. Rt. 35. Neptune. 774-9000. •"                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ateady work. Apply In penon. Atlantic WILL CAAE for chlldrin la mf Dome,
  '41 RAMBLER                         $I7E                                                Whltewall tires, radio, heater. One own-                                                                                   Cottage Inn.                    Paid holidays                                                                          Highlands Nursing Home, 8 Middle- S10 a week. Call
                                                                                           ir. Excellent condition. Call 741-0297.            10 H.P. JOHNSON                                                        149 W. Fronl St.        Keynort Hospltaltzation program
            4-door Automatic                       1M0 CORVAIR                                                                               Excellent corAlltlon                                                                                                                                                                           town Ave., Atlantic Highlands, week-
                                            Stick ihtft, Four-door. 9%0.                                                                                                                                                                                    All union benefits                                                              days, 10-4.
                                                                                          CHEVROLET 1961 — Nomad station                         Call 244-3989                                                                                              Wonderful advapcement opportunity
  '64 BEL-AIR                         f 1295        Call 2S4-4_M                            •agon. Full powpr. No cash needed.                                                                                        DEPARTMENT MANAGER                    Apply luttabye Dlaptr Service,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    EXPERIENCED WOMAN - WouMUkt
             Moor Sedan                                                                   TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of $4,70 per 12' ALUMINUMsBOAT (200. Call 081-  — With 5 h.p.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MEN WANTED                    three days work. Laundry or cleatlflif.
                                      PONTIAC 1964 — BonnevlUe convert-                                                            motor and ( a tank,                                                               Red Bank retail store seeks aggressive 711 Main St., Avon.                                                                                                        " par day. Or fiva mornings. H»tar-
   64 CORVAIR                                                         needed,
                                $ 795 ible. Full power. No cash $16.20 per                weak. BONDEU AUTO SALES, Rt. 35, 6748.                                                                              department manager for small wares LOCAL REAL. ESTATE OFFICE needs                                                            If you are physically rit, neat, youi.   nets. Call 7«l-«:n3.          ,
                                      TAKE OVER PAYMENTS of                               Neptune. 774-6700.                                                                                                    nd children'i department. Company good No, 1 man. Must be experienced                                                       or old and art willing to do your share
                Monzo                 week    BONDEU AUTO SALES, Rt.                                                               THREE FIBERGLAS 141 RUNABOUTS                                               benefits Include medical Insurance and in residential sales and mortgage pro-                                                Hop in at                                        — Practical, esparUnoad, oap-
                                                                                          MERCEDES 1958 — Model 219. Fully — 16',                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ble, wlshea light nursing/ care elder-
  '64 IMPALA                          35. Neptune. 774-6705.
                                                                                          operable, inclining seata, AM -FM Johnson 14' plywood rowboats. 10 h.p.                                             discpunts. All replies In strictest confi- cessing. Very actlvg     office,  write
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               MCDONALD'S DRIVE I N ly person. Quality refarsnee*. 23&JP47
       Super Sport, Air Condition     1964 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE — Drafted,
                                                                                          radio. $401). 583-1071 between 6 - 9 p.m. jshlons. 787-702°. anchors, oars and                                      dence. Write " C O . " , Box 520, Red'C:B ", Box ,520, Red Bank.
                                      reasonable. Call after 5 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              925 Hwy. 35, Mldffletown
  '59 PONTIAC                   $ 395                 291-2394.                            FORD 1M3 — Oalaxle fastback. V-8.                                        1965 30' SPORT FISHERMAN - Pace- UPSTAIRS MAID — Wanled fnr year"                    HIGHLY     REWARDING        career in                                              We need full and part-time workeri
                                                                                           full pow*r. No cash needed. TAKE                                         makrr. 220 h.p. Shlp-to-ahire with fly mimd live-In job In Rumson. Must like sales. Immediate, high Income. For a                                                       Dayi and evenings.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SmjATIONS WANTED - Male
   5? BEL-AIR                   % 95  CADILLAC 1962 — Llmousene. Full                      OVER PAYMENTS ol J9.M1 per wtek.                                         Ing bridge. Excellent condition. (10,500. children and have recent references prompt confidrntlal Interview lend a
                                      power, factory air. No cash needed                   BONDEU AI.'TO SALES, Rt. 35, Nep-                                                                                                                             postcard witlr your name, atfdreis and                                             DRIVERS       WANTED     — ~ House hol
         McCARthy                     TAKfc OVER PAYMENTS OF $11.90
                                      per week     BONDEU AUTO 8ALE8
                                      Rt. 35. Neptune. 774-6700.
                                                                                               !. 77<-«7<Vl.
                                                                                          1957 CHEVROLET — V-8, four-dimr
                                                                                                                                                                    Call 812-151)7 or 853-3105.                'all after 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                         CHRIS.CRAFT SEA SKIFF—1961. V l Y P I 8 R r R O E 3
                                                                                                                                                                      85 h.p. Chrls-Crart. V-8. Shlp-to-shore SIVE ACCOUNTING FIUll. SEND RE-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         phone number to Mr. Budkoliky, Box
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         64, Deal. N.J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            g i l i , moving and itorgge company
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Apply at Anderson Bros., Inc. 51-&;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "• chanlc St.. Rfd Bank".
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             LIQHT HA1IL1NO * O D D JOBS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 DICK 8K1DEMAN (CY)

         CHEVROLET                               MUST SELL — 1963 Fslrlanp. navy, 747-5058.
                                                                                           leilan. Oood transportation. 1100. Call                                   tnd sonar. Navy • top wilh sWe cur- 3CME TO LANDIS & LANDIS, P.O.
                                                                                                                                                                    tains and back cover. Full Coast BOX 7(7, RED BANK.                                          $3.10 PER HOUR                                                             ORDERLIES — All shifts. Full fr.....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FINANCIAL      .
                                                 V-S. Excellent condition. Call 747-5852.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   benefUs. Apply in person, Atlantic High
            AUTHORIZED                           After 6.                                 FORD 1961 — Country Squire nine- Guard approved cushions, head and                                                                                                                                                                                lands Nursing Home, 3 Middletown
                                                                                          passer/ger station WMgtrit. V-9, full pow-anchor with line, asking 12,000. 741                                             OENKRAL         KbUTOWORlTER                     (8 MEN TO START WORK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ™ Futi NEED
         CHEVROLET DEALER                        PONTIAC 1964 — BonnevlUe four- er. No cash needed. TAKE OVER D003.                                                                                                    ftne, Uve cf\if. No cooking. Experi- IMMEDIATELY. CALL FOR APPOINT'                                                  Ave., Atlantic Highlands, weekdays,                             BUSINESS OPPORTUNITBE*
                                                 door hardtop. No cash needed. TAKE PAYMENTS of J4.6O per week. BON- JOHNSON OUTBOARD — 35 h.p. Best                                                                 enced. Refir^ncek.' Call after 7, 942 MENT.                                                                            10-1.
     HWY. 36 and FIRST AVE.                      OVER PAYMENTS ot $W.«0 per wee! DEI' AUTO SALES, Rt. 35 Neptune. iffer. Muat iell, going Into service.                                                              2430."     . ,"                                   449-4170 or 566-3564                          ELL ESTABLISHED — Dellcair-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SHORT—ORDER COOK — Exper
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     n — luncheonette buslnesi, Personal
      ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS                         BONDEU AITO SALES, Rt. 39. Ne| 774-6700.                                            '41-6387.                                                                       WAITRESSES WANTED — Luncheon USHERS WANTED — Three. One over                                                           enced. Apply Matawan Diner, Hwy, 34,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   easons force sale Immediately. Csl
                                                 tune. 774-8700.                                                                                                                                                     i.l a.m. to 3 p.m. Must b* over 21. IS for afternoon and evening work.                                                 MaUwan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   47-5025. U no answer 6J1-SS31.
             291-1101                                                                     1955 TR—2 — J100 or trade. Has iV TROJAN C.C. Inboard. Bhlp-to-ihore                                                        Cxpertefjes necemry. Apply Pleai&nt Apply Manager, Carlton Theater, eve-
                                                 1945 FORD MUSTA.NO — V I , auto- blown transmission. Call                           •asilo. Head. All accessories, fishing                                                                                          MILL HAND — Spray painter any SMPLOi-MBNT AOINCT - JlsUb-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Vallty Inn, Hwy. 34, Hoi radii, between ning between 7 and 9 p.m.
                                                 matic. $1,700. Call                                      542-4 "39.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        allty I , H                                  helpers. Unskilled help wanted. Appl
                                                                                                                                     ;ear, dock space 741-5673.                                                          and 6 pp.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  m                                                                               lahed A-l location. P»r<oon.l baek-
                                                                  741-1330.                                                                                                                                                                                          to Andrew Ulrichsrn, Henry Luhr's ;round nssded for license. 229-3500.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             AUTO MECHANIC- — For lubrication
                                                                                          CADILLAC I960 - Coupe DeVille. Full _ CABIN CRUISER
                                                 CHEVROLET 1984 — Impala hattUop. power. No cash needed. TAKE OVER ihore fishing or family— Meal forFully               oft-                                         SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS, EX- and minor auto repairs. Call Moa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Bet Skiffs, Inc., Hwy. 35, Morgan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LOOKING for a business. Prea .In-
                                                 Full power. No cash needed. TAKE PAYMENTS of 8 9 0 per week. BON- equipped and In perfect pleasure. See     condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     PERIENCED. UNION SHOP. VACA- outh Motors, &42-2414.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 formation M to how you earn find *ul
                                                 OVBR PAYMENTS of $12.90 per week. DEU AUTO BALES, Rt. 35 Neptune. at Atlantic Highlands Marina, Berth                                                               TIONS. FULL BENEFITS. BRIDGE

    VALUE                                        BONDEU AUTO SALEB, RL X, Nep- 774-8700.                                                                                                                             SPORTSWEAR, INC. 247 BRIDGE EXPERIENCED AUTO MECHANIC —         BUYER                        •rhkh ona Is best lor. you. it *n>.
                                                 tune. 7744700.                                                                     326. or call HeVllll.                                                            AVE., RED BANK, 717-1373. ^ ^ For local import car dealer. Steady                             'ARTAXE. <M olrt, «9-M7«.
                                                                                          MUSTANO - 19«5. Hard-top. Econom- !1' BASS BOAT 1958 — Zcbel's. Excel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Electronic! or electro mechanical ex- TOR LEASH — OULF modsrn, two-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             work, good pay, all fringe benefits for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     perience necessary. College helpful but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the right nun. Apply Red Bank Auto
                                                                                          ic. Six-cylinder stick. Custom radio. lent condition, in water. Sacrlllce. 741-                                                                                            hot necessary. Progressive company. >ay service station. Rt. % and Clark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Imports, Kewm&n Springs Rd.
                                                          AUTOS FOR SALE                  Blue, blue Interior. 264-6259. '          2546 after 6 p.m.                                                                              MEDICAL                           Salary to $7,500.                             It., Keyport. Paid training, some finan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cial help. Ooott asal cn rent OH
                                                                              RAMBLER 1982 — Four-door station SILVERTON 28' CABIN CRUISER —                                    RECEPTIONIST                                SALES OPPORTUNITY                          Ace Employment Agency                      IE 6-SSM.
                                                                              wagon. Fully equipped. Roof rack. No Sleepa four, radio, depth finder, fight-

    RATED                                                                     CASH NEEDED. Take over pay- ing chairs twin 210'a in water ready                                                                       Well established biscuit company has 23 White St.                  747-34M     Shrewabui                          NEW             . .
                                                       $1000 Discount          MINTS of 14.40 per week. BONDEU to go. Must sell, 14,900. 214-4522.                                                                            ipenlng with good
                                                                                                                                                                    TYPING, some bookkeeping. Mature sales • opening idvancement. Incomeschool MACHINE SETUP TRAINEE — Me
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     potential for ai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ,1                          High
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and                                                         ATLANTIC RICHFIELD           '
                                                                               AUTO SALES, R t 35, Neptune. 774-                                                                          Salary
                                                                                                                         17' ARISTOCRAT PIBEROLA88 BOAT- Fringe benefits. to S100.commensurate graduates or advanced education. Suc- chanical and electrical knowledge help-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SERVICE STATION
                                                                                                                         60 h.p. McCulloch 8cott motor, trailer
                                                                                                                                                                      ."ith experience,                              cessful candidate wlft be trained be- ful. Apply ATCO CERAMICS, Hwy. 35,                                  AVAILABLE flOON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Keyport.                                               _ Richfield Co. will lea**;* Biw
                                                    1966 GALAXIE XL            OLD8M0BILE 1964 — 91 hardtop. Fac- and accessories. 30 Bray Ave., Port
                                                                              tory air. No cash needed. TAKE OVER Monmouth. 7B7-7704.
                                                                                                                                                                        Ace Employment Agency fore being placedis "equal opportunity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ritory. Company
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               on established ter-                                                  lodern two-bay service timtfon on tit.
                                                                               PAYMENTS of »13.«0 per week. BON.                                                    £3 White Si.         747-3494                                                                            WANTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Shrewsbury employer" providing salary plu* com HELP Mlddletown — Apply In person, withla Leonardo, potential for a MICI-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    J                    A prestige lec_Uon

   USED CARS                                                                                                                                                                                                         mission, expenses, Incentive bonus Ben'a
                                     | 2-dr. hardtop, 4-ipeed, 421 cu. DEU AUTO SALES, Rt. 35, Neplune. MUST SELL — 14' Thompson. 40 h.p.                                                                                                                                                 Car Wash. Hwy, "                outstanding,
                                                                               774-8700.                                 Evlnrude, A-l, in water. Extras, trail- HOUSEKEEPER WANTED — Five health, accident and life insurance, and Mlddletown.                                                                  mtnded and mechanically lncllndtA op*
                                         In., disc brakai, 200 miles.                                                    er, docking. Offers. 741-1612.             days a week, for teacher with U                  pension plan. Other excellent frlngr FULL TIME POSITION AVAILABLE— m t w who can qualify.
                                                                                                                                                                                school children.
                                                                               1984 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA - Like 141 ALUMINUM CAR TOPPER — 7 M full-time Call 871-1778 afterReferences
                                                                                                                                      NUM                         i quired.                         7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     benefits. Representatives will Interview In paint and hardware department. See                   .1 PAID TRAINING                   ,
                                             MOUNT-ENGLISH                     new, 30,000 mites. Radio, heater, white- h.p. motor, used 2 h                                                                         from 9 a.m. • 12 noon on Wed., Sept Mr. Orunit for application*. J.M. Fields,                     t. PROMOTIONAL ASIWTANC*
                                                                                                                                             20 hours, $$375. Call
                                                                               walls. Sale to highest bidder. Must sell.                                                                                             7, at N.           STATE
                                                                                                                                                                    CLEANING WOMAN — Part-time, to SERVICE, J. E. Front EMPLOYMENT Rt 36, Hatlet.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   48                 St., Red Bank.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3. MODERATE INVBSTJCENT .
                                                                               Call ED DELOIACCO. 284-6BS7.                                                         clean .store. Apply Singer Co., __        _<                                                                                                     ill Ray Norton (MBj 695_4T5 t aim.
                                                  FORD SALES                                                                                                                                                                                                         PART-TIMK - Busboys «nrf kltehei o S p.m or (20U _»-W_J,
                                                                               FALCON 1960 - Two - door. Fully and THOMPSON — 40 h.p. Evinrud mouth Shopping Center, Eatontown.                                      COUNTER MAN — Married. Wanted help. Evenings and weekends. Apply
         1964 PONTIAC                I Monmotith t Maple            Red Bank equipped. 1295. BELMONT MOTORS, Cell trailer, many accessories, $350. WAITRESSES WANTED — For new for Stewart's Drive-In. Nights and In person, Idle Hour Inn, Hwy. 3
                                                                               365 Maple Ave. (Rt. 35) Red. Bank.               7418o95.
                                                                                                                                                                    restaurant. Apply In person, 121 Fall weekends. Apply In person, Stewart's Leonardo. 2&lOT8i
                                                                                                                                                 With I960 75 h.p. Haven Rd., Fair Haven. 741-3649.                  Drive-In. Rt. &, Holmdel. * i - ! l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 M CLERK — Knowledge ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             MONEY TO LOAN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     north of Lily-Tulip.
                  Catalina                                                                                                 ohnion. AU mcceggorles Included. In
                                                                               1955 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN — Oood txctllent condition. Best offer. Call DENTAL ASSISTANT - Competsnt, re
                                                                               paint. New tires S95.                                                                liable person. Dental office. Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     hardware luppllei tnd clerical ability.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Apply ATCO CERAMICS, Hwy. 15, Key-                        NEED MONEY?
                                                                                               741-68M.                    41-7998.                                                                                             TRUCK DRIVERS
                                       NEW I966CHEVROLETS                                                                                                           area. SenU resume giving age, quallfl                                                            port.                                                         FAST IIRVICSI
   Tws door hardtop, blui Inttrior.                                                                                                                                 oatlons. lo "A.M.". Box 520, Red Bank For work In Metropolitan-New                         York                                                           FOR HOME OWNERS
                                                                               CHEVROLET 1982 - Impala two-door                                                                                                      New jersey area. Mint b« over 21 PRINTER — Mlflblc vertical. Part                                       UP to I5.M0 a m nora
                                                                              hardtop. Full power. S99S. BKLMONT                 BUSINESS NOTICES                   WANTED — Woman lo work In lunch- years of age. Experience necestary.                             time evenings,
   Fully (quipped including powor
   brakei and itaaring. Low mil*-1
                                                          FINAL                MOTORS, 38S Maple Ave. (Rt. 35|
                                                                               Red Bank. 741-6778.                       SHEA k RI.EWET, INC. — AlUra-
                                                                                                                                                                    eonette from ft a.m. to 2 p.m. Call Union scale plui overtime. Apply In _
                                                                                                                         tlons. Additions. Decorating. Free es- Mums.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     person any week day.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           A. P. A. TRANSPORT CORP.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     EXPERIENCED BAfeBBR _ Good pa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               To eowolldaU dsots
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Or any other reason
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Low established, rates-eMT termi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                T « « m o t TTMatJO^ "

   age, ona owner.                                      CLOSEOUT               1955 CHEVROLET - Hardtop, auloma-
                                                                               tic transmission. Needs body work. timates. Phone 872-0248. 872-0G59.
                                                                               £15. 1947 DODGE for parts orfly, $10.
                                                                              Or 140 for both. 7411588.
                                                                                                                                    JAMES QUERRIERO
                                                                                                                         General contractor and equipment
                                                                                                                                                                    WAITRESS' HELPER — Short shift
                                                                                                                                                                    11:30-2:30 or 5 to S. Married wonmn
                                                                                                                                                                    preferred. The Hearth, call 747-0556.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2110 OATH BT.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             NORTH BERGEN, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and steady work. Inquire Mike's Bar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     b*r Shop, 341 Oc»anport Ave., Ocean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     port. Afttr 7 p.m. Phone 222-4431.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     YOUNG MAN — Over 19. high school ORILL AND COUNTER MEN — Part
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Uonmouth County Investment Oan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   P.O. Boat 44             .       Red B > _
                                                                                                                         rental. Excavating, till dirt, top sol).                     NURSES                                                                                                                              r AND MCOND KORTOAOH
                                          WE MEAN BUSINESS                                                                                                                                                           graduate,               time work In a de
                                                                               1963 CHEVROLET — Four-door hard- Sewer and water lines. Hauling. Spettc REOI8TERED NURSES — Mlghesl luxe shorefor full theater. Starting as time, nights and weekends. ffWl                                                          VAILABLE - Bdwln B, BUrk. Real
                                                                               top Impala. S10A5 bank loan. 19.80 tanks built and cleaned. Dry wells, pay In Bayshure Area. Call Dr. Lauter usher and all-around man. Excellent LAND. Rt. 35, Mlddletown.                                                             lale A llorliaga Consultant. M4-0C3.

         1965 CADILLAC                                      McCARthy
                                                                               weekly. Call collect, 721-7100 OASIS drains, laterals, trenching. Masonry bach. 2914600.
                                                                               MOTORS Rt. 9. Rayrevlile.
                                                                               1961 VOLKSWAGEN - New brakes and
                                                                                                                           .nd carpentry alterations.
                                                                                                                                                                    CLEANINO WOMAN — Mornings 7:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     opportunity for ambitious person to PRODUCTION WORKERS — Several
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     learn      theater management.
                                                                                                                                                                    U:30 a.m., Mon.-Frl. Own transporta- "B.H", Box 120. Red Bunk.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Write openings with good Incentive wages
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     arter vrry short training. Apply ATCO                     INSTRUCTION
                                                  CHEVROLET                                                                                                          lon. Recent references. 542-2197.               MUTUAL FUNDS SALES — Part-time. CERAMICS, Hwy. 35. Keyport.
            Sedan DeVille                                                      clutch. Radio and heater. Excellent
                                                                               shape. 1800 firm. 787-1264 after 6 p.m.        LAWN MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                                                                   ENROLL NOW FOR PAUL CLABStS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   devote three
                                       151 lit Ave., Atlantic Highlands 1956 FORD FAIRLANE — Original awns cut mnri trimmed. Reliable LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES — Can youweek? Unlimitedspecific eve- SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTPort -IBM COMPUTER PROORAilStlllO,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     nines a                              commission Full timt. Experience preferred.
   Wedgwood blut, matching in-                                                 42,000 miles. Clean Thunderblrd en- •rvlco. Cell 747-1681.                           311 and 11-7 shllta. Appy In person, potential. Will train. Call M3-1700,                         Monmouth Gulf, Rt. 36 and Wilson Ave. IRM KEYPUNCH, OFFICE A U T O S A -
                                                     291-1101                  gine. Asking 1125. 8C-.1655.              CILLARS, ATTICS. OARAOE9, etc., Atlantic HithlaMls Nursing Home, i MEN WANTED — Over 18, to work TRUCK DRl\r_R~^~Delivery~"man. qulpment on premls.s. NORTHSAIT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   riON. Say and evening aeaalom. I»M
   ttrior. Loaded with axtrai in-                                                                                        cteaneil. All trash removed. Also light Mlddletown Ave.. Atlantic Highlands, evenln&a at Drive-in Theater. Apply in Knowledge of Aionmou.a <tt,., (>„.„.! !L'8INE«8 MACHINE SCHOOL, 1H
                                                                               passenger,    power     steering,         hauling. Reasonable. Call 506-1248         weekdays 10-4.                                   perso.1, Eatontown Drive-In Theater, Counties. Start Immediately, $1.50 an iroad St., Rfd Rank. 7I7-IM7. !
   eluding factory air conditioning.                                           brakes. Perrect. 747-4913.                       ST.                                 WOMAN TO CARE FOR children In Eatontown.                                                         hour. Call 512-4130.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          YOU ARK serious about yeur
   Original 17,000 milai, O n t                     NOW GIVE YOUR              CORVAIR MONZA 1962 - Stick, slereo. CALL HOME FLOOR SPECIALISTS. my home. Part-time. Fleetwood Park TIRE R E T R E A D E R S — Men wante. TWO PART-TIME CLOTHINO SALES
                                                                                                                          Let us protect and beautify your floor Muriel. Call 261-6511.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        d's muslrsl education, rail The Mm.1-
                                                                               J725 or be.t offer. Call 2J4-2W9, after today! Reasons hie price*. Call today                                                         for iteady work in a national company MEN — 12 tn 15 hours & week. Expert                                                f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ith Conservatory o Mnilc. ReilJ-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     retr^afl ahop. Houri are from 3:15 p.m,rnce preferred, but not necessary, Wi) ration until Sept. 12, 741-68IO or p i -
                                                          CREDIT               5 n.m.
                                                                               I960 PLYMOUTH — Standard. *125. A GOOD CARPENTER - No Job too STENOCLERKS-Many
                                                                               Call 7S7-82H, after
                                                                                                    8 p.m.
                                       A NEW LEASE ON LIFE F A L C O N F O U R - D O O R - in very i K n o i
                                                                                                                          tor free eatlmate, 741-8252.              SECRETARIES—
                                                                                                                                                                    MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST—
                                                                                                                         small. Rellaole and reasonable. Call CLERK-TYPISTS—
                                                                                                                                                                    KILE CLERK—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     to 11:45 p.m. All company benefit* In train. Come In or phone Mr. Hudiort
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     a Union Shop. Starting grade Is |2.17 264-8439. C/O J. M. Fields, Hwy. 35,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     per hour plus 7 cents an hour tor Hazlzct, N.J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     shift differential. Apply to Firestone YOUNG MAN — Parl-Ume. 9 n.m. t                                    MERCHANDISI
                                                                                                                                                                    CLERICAL—Llko figures                            Retread Shop 108 Forrest 8t, Me* 1 p.m. Maintenance helper. Call 291-
         1963 PONTIAC                     WE BELIEVtMN YOU
                                                                                                                          BACKHOKBULLDOZINO — Topsoll,
                                                                               gooil condition. Muit sell. No nttd for n-avel, mowin septic tank work. Ben TYPIST-Dictaphone
                                                                                                                               l B
                                                                                                                                   mowing, e t i t k k B SUPERVISOR—Billing Dept.
                                                                               »Hmp. $330 or belt qffer. Prlvatt party. amln Bryan, 6T1-0M5.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            to S m MECHANIC — WELDER — On truck
                                                                                                                                                                                                            to $100 brt.ll*>> and hoist. Call Cliet Oray at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  er o n h r _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CITCHKN CHAIR1! RECOVERED', —

                  Catalina                       "WE BELIEVE"
                                                                                                                          CLEAN CELLARS, YARDS. GARA0E9 fc'ILE CLEIIKS—N.Y.C.
                                                                                1958 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN — Auto- — Here truck. Llint haullni. Call alter                                                               Rogers Truck Equipment, Hwy. 35 time bntte
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     wick nutDm                  s. Also pa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         >ver 31. Call for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    'Inette l e t s and bar (tools. Moamojith
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •in«ie. nn Uonmouth St.. K M Bank.
                                            1. Thol anyone, ol a liven          malic Irannmlaslor.'. Reasonable. 711
                                                                                8391                                      3 p.m, 741-2141.                               Ace Employment Agency E                                    5I23IW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     formation 747-2716.
                                               time, con set himself feuleH                                                                                         2.7 White fit. 747-3484
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      .rARr^T~MEcTlANics — YeaTround
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Bhreyabury employment. Call 787-TOM or                                    ~ VVltJi some or full exper
   Station wagon. Blut, matching                                                                                          PROTECT ASPHALT AREAS — From
                                               up with credit.              '] 1959 TR3 — Excellent condition. 1650. destruction by gas, oil and oth»r harm-                                                                             7 87 -07ft!.
                                            2. Thet anyone In the obeve       I Phone 291-1827 or                         ful elements. Beat with CoimlcoaL OFFICE — CLERICAL desk,FulMimr"         —                                                                                                                       (Mora CUuined Adt
   inttrior. Completely equipped,              category would leap ot a
                                                                                                                          Addi years to pavement life. Guaran- prrmanent position, mnliJhours weekly, TRUCK imiVEft - Experienced, forYOI'NO MAN
                                               chance to establish new          I960 VOLKSWAOEN — Good condition
                                                                                                                          teed protection, For free estimate call ty clothing Including 35
                                                                                                                                                                     five days.                 a.H«rnating Suta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          •baee truck. Drive and pickup. Own                               e 21. Meclmiilcsll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     inclined. Nights. Haxlet nrea. Call Jft<                On Tb« Next
   including power ttetring and                                                 Must sell, best offer. Call after I 741-_m.                                                                                               nHimrtailnii. Call 671-011*.
                                               credit.                                                                                                               Muat lip willing anrt ahlc to serve                                                             08m l.
                                                        3. Thai anyone who hat re-          741-4931.                                                                J *                                    our custciiiiern. Apply in person »:3O                                                                                                             I'ALITY CONTIIOL WORKRR - l*r<
   brakai. Like new throughout.                            ceived a "loir looks" will       MUST BELL - - 1961 four-door Slmca                                       White and Kolil, and fruit wood, ou    a.m., Mrs. J, Krldel, Broiul RXTP^lIKNCffiP AUTO MECHANICS— MS control and Iniiwctlnn work. Kx
                                                           make his poyments rallhrul-      Radio and heater. Oood gas mileage                                                                              nnd Front St., Red Bank, or phone Or Hiring ti>j> p«V, benefits, retirement erknee not neressary. Must he
                                                                                                                                                                     i p r c u l t l e n . Call ._212>_"T»:™|J.                                                                                                                                                                                            IF.1.P WANTED-Mal. -Femiile
                                                                                            Oood condition. 1259. 747-1M3.                                                                                  7tl-.V50O for nppolntment. Aii eiiual up- plan, full 2iH-4(««».                                                                                   rndnlile unil high school vrn^-
                                                           l»-                                                                                                       r^RY ORA&fl 13 A FIHK HAZARD -         tmrtiiiiity__pmpl(iyer.
                                                        4. Thel enyone who has gotten                                                                                For cuttlnR «r plowing, call for a n eatl                                                                                                                                                I a tit re poraon preferred. Apply ATCO
                                                                                              1 W CORVAIR — Like new, low mlta
         1961 CHRYSLER                                     a "legitimately" food cor
                                                           will moke hie paymenti In
                                                           good lalin.
                                                                                              HB? fl.Mti. Call 74M2K
                                                                                                                             Color, golrt.
                                                                                                                                                                     malf. 74,-7fl7f                        WOMAN                     - For hiiity sppctally slioJC M A ( ' l l ! N > r . S K T " i i r MEN — Boine IKRAMICS CORP.. Hwy. ;*.., K-v
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Gnoil Biliary, i > l e m n m w o r k l i . R c o n r l i -
                                                                                                                                                                  HO l/fl E PA fNT 1N P. — E~x I p7ior~Vr A tlim.i. M u s i h e u n c n c i i m t t e r r i i . lieiiltliy
                                                                                            , VohK8WAo'iCN~--~lftflriiprtan. Eicfileni Interior, upecinlliciiiK In rancli hntnea p t f H s i i n t it nd w i l l i n g t o W O R K . I-'lvf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (•lisiDlcal nnd 'electrical knowlrttfte
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 nlroil. Will be t m i n e d on various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 dilnM. Apply ATCO Ceramics Corp.,                                   HELP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                COLLEGE j
                  Newport                             INSTANT CREDIT APPLICATION
                                                                                            • r m i d i t l o n . A f l k l n i IfKH). C a l l                    Free f^tlniatps wlltiiut oMlcntion
                                                                                                                                                                  do HIP work. Cull fii_-*>17_ Or 512 9171 dny.-i ii w e e k , Innludinf; HtttLinlny«. P e r -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Hwy. ; i \ Keyptirt,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            n m n i ' i i t p o n l t i n n , It q u n l i r i c i l . O l v c (nil MAN \Vi\NTKI> • - Tn tirii* in Inunilry.                                                                                   GRADUATES!
                                                      TAKEN * APPROVED BY PMONI                                                                                   Bnytltne.
                                                                                            >1>W OUiRMOBILK HTARFIRE CON-                                                                                   rf.niirii,.             inrliHiUiR       f\ponoi.ri',                 W r l l r Musi be «ivrr H . KKprrifiice iM rr-
   Four-door       <ed«n.       Blue
   matching interior. Equipped with
                                                       LOW WEEKLY       OR MONTHLY
                                                                                              VKI'.TLHI.K. CnmplrtHy nimni'M with
                                                                                              ;.|| pnwrr options Vfry l-rMflnr/fth.t. CA\
                                                                                            •741-R-2.V2 » H f r S p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            " A . K . " , Itox ••.:•» l i e d Miitik.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            KXMCITIVK "SKCIIKTAKY
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ficnl p . '                  w i l l , K ii,, r i « | ( i | | ; ( l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 rcil        5' . (1ny<.         Apply
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 imlry, I t Mnilnn HI., R ^ l Mmik.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            iCENNKI, MKN WANTKM

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MALE-FEMALE                   :;

                                                                                                                                                                      HELP WArVTED-FEMALE
   powtr      br«ltst      and itatring.
                                                         PAYMENTS       ARRANGED
                                                                                               VOLKflWAOEN - 1MB c r r a m convpn
                                                                                          • One own«r. Oo<i<l tonriillon. Be                                                                                        t l ' i n ,»• n p p l l f a t l i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .iivi I MoHpltfil.          atirewsbury Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cwHlitiry. A|iply In pnvstm^ ^                 ADVERTISING                                                Ths Prudential ha* op&nlngs for trall-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            «*i wltn a math or accountfno dtgr«|,

                                                                                            [ltJH\Un\                                                                                                                       i'KJ! A MICH, l l w i
   Original       30,000      milti. L i U                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        K(M,1, T I M E                                                                            or a llbrrnl ortj deor»# wffti a ifror^j
   raw   throughout.                                                  HAVE                    Hlxcyllii'lfr, ilaniiarrt nhth. Itunn, t
                                                                                                                                        Tl6NWA60N                                     R. N.                                                                                                                                    i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            L()N(J BKANf'II MtfilA - - No exjierl-                 TRAINEE                                                  moth, itallitlci or arcouniing batt-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ground, Som« ot theie openlnoi oh
                                                                                            • wpiin                w n r k , 17.1 C a l l     UH-sl.VM a f l                                                                                                                                                           I ' n l h m i s fttvi                                                                (or Programming Train***. All I f
                                                                       YOU                  |«      P- i n .                                                                   SUPERVISOR                                                                                                               .um-lici. "(             id tetepli.nnn ••»-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ihett labs offer an fxctptlonal op-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ifii 11 ut. Apply » n in. to 1 P.m. mid 7 I                         EKcetlvnt opportunity for altrt
                                                                     DRIVING                   I'.IM UUA.M6K fUSVi-u\', YliiVti                               ~            For Nursing Homo                 H K . N T A I . AftHItiTANT                                                                    >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            p.m. in, i p m. «/eckilit vs. QnU-k
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            portunity lo reodi top odmlniitrativfr
                                                                                               I-'our ROO.I t i t C T              (J<MK1 e n j l i i f , i j n                                                                                                                                                                                                younq mart-with car who is In-               or ttchnlcal i&bi,
                                                                "A-CAR"                       for         p a t t a . 741-71S7.                                                W r i t . "A.T."
                                                                                                                                                                                                            prefrrn-d.                                                                      live ARfnry, 2(KK Mfir rid Av#., Utilotr

                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mnl i w a i i                      "(' K.", Ilnx 6'.''l,                                                  T o llv e I ii." Mm                      ter«it«d in (tiling tnd w_ntt
                                                         NO IPS • BUT'S • WMLN'5                                                                                                                                                                                                            HANDYMAN                                t                                                                       Anniral Bolary M,S0Of7,»0 with iDtoiV
                                                                                            | VOLKflWAflKN "lWW~^*"orl(tVniiT"ow
                                                         YOU WORK - YOU DRIVE:              I c r . (Jootl r n n i t l t l o i i .                                         Box 520, Red Bank                                                                                                                         <
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        r f i mid K i> ml inalnter.wncc fx-                     to learn n»wip*ptr advartiitng.             rtvltwi ot 6 month*. 12 month! and
                                                            CALL COLLECT TODAY                                                                                                                              HKCi'.K'lAHV                          Wilh hotikkpeplnft « x nrrlrnr r. Of fire liulldl:nfe. Call 222-3OW.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     *                                                                                                                      annually ttwreafttr. Exctlltnt •m-
                                                              DRIVE TOMORROW                                                                                                                                [nTlfitrf. wnnteri in acth'c hlialntmi nt tar                                                         ntmenl.                                      St*rr in our advarrismg tiUpthh              pioy* btntWi,                      f
                                                         100-S OF CARS TO CHOOSE                                                                                  AltlH VOU U)OKIN(i FOR A                                                                                     V
                                                                                                                                                                                                            fir .-, \(i hour w r r k , ft t o I . (lo'xl KX11K»IEN('KI> AOTO CAR POLIHII
                                                                                              v e r l l t i l f i . A.'KM) m l I n        Mini      i«||          l
                                                                                                                                                              m i ltWER?~Hln yuiiin ladles, exjierl               iry for rinii,ifli>nt, a m t i l t i o u i _ 1 rl. Kit                                  ''or Incut denier. Steady work
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                daparlment.       Opportunity for
    OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC                               WAGON5-CONV-SI:DANS Mrs                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Pl<M»t apply In pirton to:
                                                                                              747-:J17rt. d f l ^ t 5 : .Hi |> m .                                iinnpcesnary, «t Irant IB y^ars old. to Cull 7IKUJH fnr npiuilntrttprit.                                                  Komi imy. nil (rlf.'B* benefits for tit' advatnetmtnt. Car miUaga paid.
                                                      ln»uroinfl fkm for Colll.lon, Mo-        ifiMt V O J . K M W A M K N                   Kxi-ctle nl          work In locnl stir! olll nf-tiiwn lilglit                                                                                 rtRlit mm.. Apply KM Hunk Auto Irn
              COMPANY                                 bility, rife, Theft. No <or poy-
                                                      menM If unemployed by thknr%t
                                                                                              i.injr c i i n d l l U n i . ' " n i l « I t r r " \< in            clilhs «-lth lop hands. Tile nMllly to
                                                                                                                                                                  tivHI lifl/ifiil Mil not FsentUI. f'hone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     :o t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            port)" N                        l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        prlnns Ri\                              Five-day w»»k.                                 THE PRUDENTIAL '
                                                                  or occlrjtnt.                                                                                   or wrl!» M.tryitnn IVrvn, 11 I'roHpfrt WW. iiflrr                                                                                        W A X K K S " - Knprile od. A m -                                                                INSURANCE CO. of AMERICA!
                                                                                              11**i 1 f ' O N I l A f Ml I N N K V I I . I , K             1      HI, Kpvpoit. tlVI MM.                     WANTRO                                                                                        w>rl(fri irninf... l l             r-.l l l r l v -             Apply i i ptrion to
     100 NEWMAN SPRINGS RD.                                                                 vcrl.Mc,         ptrm-l     condition.          RMtsrnifi!                                                                                                                                                      idy    Wink.     2ft|<f1!Xil.                                                                          I l l WASHINGTON ST.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            John FamuUry                                          NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

                                                                                            (Ill IMlflu,     Miwt       ni-ll.                                                                      11)1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            irtfitli't). i'.nW 7<t-1«?l
                  RED BANK                                                                   1 »flI I ! A MI I L K . I : AM K111f" A N                    Four
                                                                                                                                                                                          Ill 1 1
                                                                                                                                                                             III . J l ' K K
                                                                                                                                                                                                           I. Vu\\
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SHIFT WORKERS                                                                                                         Employment Bureau opefl      ' I
                                                                                            - I n n r , [."» Ii | . f , K J ' \ t n r p i r i n l i i K i r i r m                                                            pxlr* |00 a w r k .   f'nrl-llini1.                                                                                   THE DAILY REGISTER                                       t.X AW. lo 4:40 P.M. Moiidjy-Frldo/ I
                                                                                                                                   fiM.r.H (M-KItKH AND FKI'IT l'ACK-                                                        lu.urn a <Hy. O H VltMUS;.
              741-0910                                     AUTO SALES
                                                                                            1M» rilKVXOI.ET
                                                                                                                                   Kftll     Jnlia *ipen fnr w,,in#>n. full
                                                                                                                  Htick <l*. tlnnd tlnif. Apply in p^rnim, I^ttrlt-tuii Or*                            _x"p(irli)i)rVd|MAN VVANTBO — To drlv« oil truck;                                                                                         40 (road St.                       K*d Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pleaia opply before 2:30       I

                                                     RT. 35       NBTUNB                       irtiMon, 1130. Or bent offer. Call clmnU hn\m mmii, n i e . Ti'M, Bcobey- Bciiool teacher • home, livi days. Itef- Ulan work on burntrs. Call T8T-0834 any-                                                                                                                                                    An equol Opeorhinlly employs* J I
                                                                                           1842 0350.                              villa between 10 a . m . and i p . m .   erencfi. Call 660-Hflftfl,                Itlme.
                V01 tUJLE                                             FO* BALE                                     rat UIM.                                     THE FAMILY CRCUS                                                          By EH K M M                              WANTED TO *Xm                                                                                                   , August
                                                                                                            Whit* Ctdir SUngi*.                                                                                                                                                                                                 GOP Plans
HAMMOND                                   Io nMd to p w fancy prices [or dtc- W» wedaUK In Ntw Imrtaad MUM
                                          irator u i n p i or ihadea. Laraest aalw- ot<Ur •Unties, - h e r . tber < l » t paint
                                                and w l f prleci right sow.               MdadM. Wblta cadan t o n a bwutttul
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           BOARJD — Far Mlf and T vca.r old
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            a u h l e r . WrIU "A.E.". Box n o , KM

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LARGE FURltUHXD — Llgbt-hou>«-                       Fund Drive 37 County
 ORGAN                                   S3 Broad S t
                                                               Red Bank
                                          10VINO — Chippendale soli, French
                                                                                          nUrtr fray eh*d*. fecoad Qemrt, W - »
                                                                                          per (our-buadU •qturc; Clear* |1T.W
                                                                            741-7S00 per lonrkKindl* *Quairt. Build.™ w«|.
                                                                                          earn: StM cover-up lor pt«Ung paint
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ktevlng room, bol a m cold water lr.'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           iht room. Apply 31 Patera Place, R«d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   UNION BEACH - Republi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                cans here will kick off a long-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           4-H Members
      OF ASBURY PARK                       hair, club chair, desk and chair. But-               RED BANK LUMBER
PHI LARGEST ORGAN AND PIANO :lulse lounge, seven-piece bedroom
                                          er coflee table, two colonial mirrors, C o n u r P M J I t u d Wall
                                          mite. Duncat/ Phyle drop-leai table,
                                         lour high-back dining room chairs, USED LUMBER — Wblte pine fhcUiOB.
                                                                                                                           Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IINGLJ! ROOM IN PRIVATK HOME— Thursday night designed to raise
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            FURNISHED ROOMS

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          blocki (TOtO centtr of town, for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                range fund raising program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           To Compete
 Open dally Ul 9 p.m. ftat. Ul 8 p.m. many other plecea. Call 741-16M by ap- 2x3 txi. Wywood. Other Rein*- Apply                                                                                                                 respoflalbla buatnest person. Call 741- at least 40 per cent of the cost                     FREEHOLD - Competing In
Corner of l i t ID 81 k Matt I son Ave pointment.                                         •t  BCHULT£       UW1TED BUILD1NC3.                                                                                                   4H3
                                                                                          Monmouih and Bro»d Bta.                                                                                                                                                               of a club headquarters.                     the state 4-H Horse Show at
                                          IARDS4AN PLAYER MAMO                 Two                                                                                                                                              WOMAM TO BHARB cumforUMt huna.                                                              Flemington Fair, Frid»y and
      USED ORGAN SPECIALS                              ! ralnu!                           MOVING — Antique inahogan)' hl»h                                                                                                       Leonardo on Buro Bus L1u«. Reason
Baldwin Spinet organ               % 375  recra old,             call                     boy. Beii o«er. OrienLaJ scatter ru 8 s,                                                                                                                                                  Meeting in Pete's Hall at 8:30Saturday, will be 37 Monmouth
Hammond extra voice           _ ( 375                        174-1934.                                                                                                                                                          abl*. Call 2M-2172.
                                                                                          UO tach. Other lututtuic. T41J5Z7.
Hammond B-8 chord organ            % 475                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        p.m., the club will nominate and County 4-H members.
Conn Spinet organ                  x 475 BARSTOOLS AND CHAIRS                                               Lonn windows, screi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ^lect officers for the fund drive. The contest will consist at two
Hammond Spinet 3022                * 545                   UNFINISHED                     Various sizes. ) pair, $2 per unit. 861                                                                                                    REAL ESTATE FOR SALt
                                                                                                             Haven. 747-.W81.                                                                                                                                                     :iub president and Borough divisions — English on Friday
Wurlltitr Spinet organ .        _ » 585  JO" oak baratools, 13.50 each. TV River Rd. Fm.l
Hammond U 3 organ               _ 4 895  tieoctiei. * 3 . » each. Kitchen ctiaJri. MOVING — Gittn                tu/ted mu\»,                                                                                                         HOUSES FOR SALE                    Council candidate Charles A. with 16 classes and Western Sat-
Hammond A 100                            $3.S0-J5.K each. Youth chain, *5.B5 refrigerator, it>totilltr, electric Imlita
Jacob Doll grand piano .    - -    I 450 ach. Children's rockers, 12.95 each. '(replace              w&.tt,    delmmldtfter,    ht|fti                                                                                                        CONVENTIONAL                      Hart said the drive conceivably urday with 17 classes.
                                             ' deacon's benches, 12(80 each. M»uy :helr, clauelc&I recoi<ls. 741-M83 « « e r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                could last 'four or five years." To be eligible for the state
All Items told with a guarantee —
budget Urmi available.
                                              EARLY AMERICAN STYLE ou our
                                           ipper floor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                FINANCING                       He explained the club cannot ex- event, said George Siver, county
                                                                                           ACCOKDION         1&» b     . $125 • beat                                                                                               Ituattd in a lovely a r t s , we have i
                                                 RED BANK LUMBER                              r Good condition.                                                                                                                     taut if ul   three-bedroom,      IH-b&tti pect to raise more than $1,000 -H agent, 4-H'ers must compete
               775-9300                         r Pearl ana Wall          Red BMUI
                                                                                                                ft                                                                                                                  P U T LEVEL with entrance foytr yearly for this purpose.
                                                                                                      BET — Blue *iid gray.                                                                                                       large living und dining rooms, a family                                                         county    qualifying    horse
DISCOUNT PRICES — INSTRUMENTS iINKTTE S E T — Cherry wood, lia»d-                                                                                                                                                                 loom that opens onto brick patio witl
    Moclk Uuslc and Dance Btudloa         rubbed table an<\ four ctitfrs. Also slid-
                                                                                                  including china, cabinet. Like
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          given by the many trees. As :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    He said tentative plans call ;hows, attend at least 70 per
110 Main St.,       Belrord.    7S7-I778 n i gliss-door chlnn cloael. E x c t l l t t i t         5. Call 8*2-4497.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 auniable mortgage, excellent commuting or the purchase of an existing «nt of their club meetings, give
SINGER SEWING MACHINE — Uied, condition live years uld. Aakinf 1150. BLACK AND DBCIUBX - liable .                                                                                                                                and priced to sell at $23,900.
wle trie. |2o. Good condition. CtU any •87-21H7.                                                      trie hedge til turner. Used                                                                                                                                               facility in a properly-zoned area. lemojistations, receive "excel-
time, 688-3671.
                                                                         tn       irbor beiMi
                                                                                                 three tUnte. Call Z£i4'&£).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RHA OR YA FINANCING                           The GOP lias been using lent" or "very good" ratings on
                                                                                                                           —    Thre<e-*peed
          SCREEN PORCH                      aw. Never                    ~im. "JIK »*w. with
                                                                                                            Good    forking condition. (50                                                                                        Attractive RANCH HOUBK on a Urg Pete's Hall for its meetings and [heir project record books ant.
                                            notor. $25.                                                             ill. Call 741-3607.                                                                                           lot In a fine neighborhood lor $«,«».                                                      exhibit their animals in a groom-
       ENCLOSURE PANELS                    \0Bll<r SURFBOARD -- Uood
                                                                                                            must                                                                                                                  Three bedroornB, IMi baths, entrance for storage of materials and sup-
Wood frame, aluminum wired. You in-                Excellent design. Red, wlilt                   CELLAR P U M P - - For 18" deep s u m p
                                                                                                 $25. Hand U « n mower, JS. 24" round
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  hall, living room, dining room and kplies.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  charmer of a kitchen. Hot water he*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The storage space, how- ing and showmanship class in a
•(nil and save. Bring in difcgiitm u
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  throughout Including excellent base ever, is now being used for ca- qualifying horse show.
                                                  T-band. 2-1 in. balsa
area to be enclosed and let us pre edwood stringer!                         ving. Call beloie hat-water supplied, fan powered ovur "Mommy, are we coming back here next vacation? The RtHa                                        ment area.
vide flgurei (or ready-built ncree:
panelsor we will help find installer.
                                                   SI. After 6, 747-y7U6.                        head heater. * » - 741-7334.
                                                                                                                                                                girl from upitairj wants to know."                                                                               tering purposes and club offi- English division                     contestants
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ALL MORTGAGE ARRANGEMENTS cials have had to utilize their ire Sally Kaul, Colts Neck; Dor-
        RED BANK LUMBER                                 SLEEP LATER
                                           loom darkening window sliai
                                                                                                  SWIMMING                                                                                                                               SUBJECT TO QUALIFICATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 own garages for storage.                    )thy Ainsworth,       Englishtown;
Corner Pearl aud Wall
                                Red Bank while you wait, tiring youl
                             UNFINISHED Wlilte plastic, 11.51) ea.
                                                                                                  POOL                                                    FOR SALE                                 APARTMENTS                            STERLING THOMPSON                               HOUSES FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             <athleen Stynes, Marlboro; Sally
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ing, Freehold; Donna Freyer,
TOPB. BEDS, WALNUT AND LIMED                                 PROWN'S                              SACRIFICE                                  POOr>LD8, 8EL.VER STANDARD —
                                                                                                                                             Five wfreki. Ttop silver breeding, AKc,         RED BANK'S FINEST                     Rt. 34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         A N D ASSOCIATES RKALTOKS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Ufctawatl         566-O4O0                                              Red Bank; Sandra Daves, New
OAK. MAN? OTHER STYLES. $29-                     Iroad St.             lied Bank       7U-7S0O Manufacturer ha* redwood pool* re- Show and peti. Tomj River, S I . 201- [p&cfoua <j^ and five room Kpirtmentf                                                                           BEACH EXCLUSIVE
IRWIN'B. 27 UONM0UTH ST., R E D                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Shrewsbury;      Beth     Hopkins,
BANK                                       LEAVING BTATE - MUST                                  possessed from bankrupt dealer. N(
                                                                                                                                             us-aei.                                 Ul two bedrooms, large cloieti. F r e                     MOVE RIGHT IN                            KINS SIZE ROOMS
                                            )ne 21 cu. rt. refrlgerator-Ireezer com. all with sundeck.                                       FLUFFY KITTENS — While, mittens jarklng. Exceptional occupancy. Spring Abientee owner has reduced his prlc
                                                                                                                                                                                                               value. U35-J145.                                                                                              Matawan; Pat Ford, Hazlet;
 AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE ANSWER- filiation,                   UaiilBh m o d e n ;        recreation                                                                                      minedlale or future
                                             oom furniture, Uasaett provincial dresi '/2                  PRICE SALE                         Free to good homes. Call                                                                                                            at bargain prices, watch your children Laurie Lansberry, Englishtown;
ING SYSTEM will relay your i                                                                                                                                 3S4-4928.                tew Gardem, 283 Spring St., 741-5672 to (17,890. Needless to eay, this (our valk to Bchool, bus, and store. Two-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   bedroom home with two lull tiled
 •ages to you Irom anywhere 9 a.m. b              and    mirror           plus   many     other Guaranteed Immediate                                                                                                               baths, plus recreation room and base jtory older home, all very large rooms. Kathy Erdman, Englishtown.
 6 p.m. 222-0758.                                ehuld Items. Call T87-13S4                                                                  OBEDIENCE TKAINING — Bayoliort CAST KEAN8BUKQ — Four room merit, is the best buy we have seer Four bedroomi, living room, full din-
                                                                                                 installation and terms.                     Companion Dot Club starts Its (all ses- Jodern apartment and l*Taie. In du In a long time. You'll like this prlvati Ing room, eat-In kitchen, TV room,                            Also Cindy Gilligan, Morgan-
         BOVK BED—FULL BIKE                                                                      CALL COLLECT DAY OR EVENING.                sion Serpt. 14. For Information phone >lex house. Vacant Sept. 1. Furnlsl" location.
                                           ONE J E T S P R A Y — One 3x6 slate lop 201 287-4222                                                                                                                                                                                  front porcti, full basement, aluminum rille;        Joe Jaquemot, Neptune;
    Perfect condition. Very reasonable                                                                                                                                               <wn uttlltlea. Adults only. 87H622.                                                         storms and screens, gas ste&m heat,
                   741-6072.               pool table with c u r r e n t slot, one deep ALUMINUM COVERED — Two -,...,...
                                           fryer ( S a r m n s l e r ) , o n e beer o r flodn box trailer. 80" wide. SO" long. Woll«n-'BEAUTIFUL MALE AKC COLLIE - MODERN APARTMENT — Four room                                             CROWELL AGENCY                       garage, and all for only ?15,65O, s r Mary Ann Fiorello, Wanamassa;
                                            ;oDJer (6' s t a i n l e s s steel front with four sick slerto recorder, 1966 model. Cull'One year old, All shots. Included ' - rid bath. lmmiMUte occupancy. W                                                                      tittle as 3300 It qualified.                Debbie Stevens, Wayside; Shar-
        OUR WAY IS BEST                     illding d o o r s ) . Call 787-1754.                                                             large dog house and chain and collar.                                                                REAUORS
There Is no better way than the facl                                                              2S4-4OT2 evenings.                                                                        month. 166 Center Ave.. Real                                                          BEACH AGENCY, BROKER on Tracy, Freehold; Kim Tay-
                                                                                                                                              75. Call 741-1332, 10 a.m. • 2 p.m. iurg. 787-2MS.                                           63 Riverside Ave., Red Bank
 •yitem to Install aluminum gutter. Ca                                                            MAGNUS CHORD ORGAN — Like new,                                                                                                                                                                               Mlddleiown lor, Rahway; Leslie Pier, Nep-
 for free estimate.                                    CUT LUMBER?                                {35. Two Brunswick bowling balls with FRENCH POODLES — AKC. One fe IE A BltlQHT — 3'4-room furnishei                                                741-4030                   1400 Hwy 3Ii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Open 7 days                       171-2727
                PROWN'S                    Bure we do it and at modest price                      b S . 12 lbs. (10. 2m-3893 after 5.        male puppy, six weeks, $65. One male,                                                  FREEHOLD - LAKEWOOD AREA —                      Eves: Mrs. 1'earl Goldman 671-51)52       une; Laurie Patmore, Neptune;
                                           Bring in written list or slzes-we will                                                                                                                           Uirough
                                                                                                                                             fourteen months, all shots, 175. Call .partment. Sept. 842-01O2. June.                 Four-bedroom       Colonial.  Only     thre All payments are approximate and sub
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    years old. Immaculate condition. Fulll Jecl to VA FHA approval to qualified ;llen                 Hendrido, Red Bank;
                                                                                                  ANTIQUE ORGAN — 1 D yeara old 6S1-5694.
                                                                                                                              O                                                              electric, Call
IJ Broad 81.         Red Bank     741-750C Iiave order ready In 24 hours. Nr
                                                                                                  Good condition. Call
 DESKS I t s up FLLE8, tables, chain Iiave Drcler ready in 24 hours. We cu
                                           circled,, wedges, brackets, stalrstrlngs,                                64M915.                                                          MODERN — Three-room               furnlahei air conditioned. 2 i baths, garage, buyers.                                                 Greg Wybern, Freehold; Nancy
 adding machines, typewriters, ottlce                        g ,                                                                                                                     apartment. Excellent condition. CerAra         formal dining room, basement. Onlj
 •qulpment, etc., at bargain prices. New          No phone o r d e r s .                          DAHLISERG HEARING AIDS — Two,                 REAL ijSTATE FOR RENT                 y located in Rfd Bank. Inquire »ft            11,000 down to qualified buyer. N                        FAIR HAVEN                      Taylor, Rahway.
 or uied. AAC DESK OUTLET. Rte.                                                                   practically        Purchased Feb.                                                   • pro,, 21 Ha nee Ave.. New flhrew closing costs. Full price $19,500.                                                                     Western Division contestants
 15. Oaktmnt. BJl-3990.                             RED BANK LUMBER Bank Original price J715- Will sell both [or                                         APARTMENTS                   mry.                                                                                       Bet s-midHt trtps and shrubbery on a
                                           Corner Pearl and Wall                     Red          J200. Can be fitted free. 291-2871.                                                                                                  Weijgold & Krupnick, Inc. quiet non-development street. Tlirce are Carl Halpin, Adelphia; Carol
 TYPEWRITERS. ADDING machines. ONE OIL HEATER AND TANK - 4 5 0 .                                                                                                                                                                                                                 blocks to school. Near bus line sni]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Brokers                    schools. This spick-and-span four-bed- Ann Wain, Asbury park; Lynn
                                                                                                  ENGLI8U COACH CARRIAGE — Ac-                MADISON TOWNSHIP                         EA BRIGHT — Four roomi rurnUhfd
 All n u k e s new or used. Guaranteed. Two Danish modem chairs, $16", one                                                                                                             r unfurnished. In Qiplex. (85 plus
 Low u %33. Berplco's, 101 Monmoutb cfrlgerator, $16, one dryer, "as Is",cessories Include winter hood, lumme:                                                                                                                                    MANY OTHERS                    room home will offer your family se- Mueller, Freehold; Shirley Kahl-
 It. Next to thaater. 717-0483.                                                                   silk canopy, wlndbreaker, ellk cover,                RURAL SETTING                   tllltfes. Yearly. Adults. 812-3136.
                                           $10. Call between 4 and 7. 291-3452.                       <-»sory liag, (79. 5MW684.                                                                                                    2215 Hwy. |         Lakewood        9S3-3080 curity lor yeara to come. Fireplace In ert, Neptune; Christiane Mel-
                                                                                                                                                      MODERN LIVING                  KKAN8BURQ — Five-room, apartment BAVX (nilUtKi hours oj s«irchlni t' living room, large dining room with
                                           SELLING ALL FURNITURE — From BLUE AND OREEN TWfflBD all wool
             RENT A TV .                      iode[ home. Fabulous bargain*. Ca«h 10X12 carpet, just cleaneti, excellent
                                                                                                                                                                                     Immaculate. Heat *nd hot water In- smdlni tor oar frw                                       sliding doors to reir yard. Eat-In kltclv home, Eatontown; Mark Bren-
                                                                                                                                                CONVENIENT LOCATION cluded. 1110. Security required. Im> ottsJoc; n»4ot« homss; eompntisoslTi basement,baths (one garage. completed), nan, Farmingdale; Mary Boitr,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 s«lulsl Rum
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 en, two                nearly
 Fortable day. week. BAYSUORE TV and carry. 462-0397.                                   _^_^_ condition. 175. 506-8584.                                                              mediate occupanjyc. 6W-50SO.                                                                            attached
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •on tsutM, •ritsTfroaU. Ormj. Malnpl and will sell fast Call now. Asking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Just listed
 M Church fL, Ktaniburf. 787-4400.
  OOWN-Brldeimafd dresses and all ac 7161.
                                             IHINA CLOSET — Buflet. French pro- .ADIKS \ LENGTH JACKET B
                                           vincial. Convertible couch. Call 2«4- leather with zip-out llnlnf. Size 14.
                                                                                                  Worn only three times. $25. Call 147
                                                                                                                                                                           PARKVIEW         COMMERCIAL RENTALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         RAY STILLMAN, Rialtor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HALL BROS., Realtor,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Neptune; Carolyn K n o w I t s ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Wickatunk; Barry Moore, Farm-
  eesiorles wltfc Individual personal ser
  vice. Call Virginia Kimball, Freehold                 IT ISN'T EASY
                                                                                                  9121, after < p.m.
                                                                                                  ANTIQUES — Pinei washstand, pound
                                                                                                                                                    AT MADISON                       IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY — W00 per *M Hwf. »
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   •Our IMk Ttir"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mnsnlwr         T41»»M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 •13 River Kd       741-76S6   Fair Haven ingdale;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Member Multiple Mating Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Regina Oriel, Old
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bridge; John Wardell, Farming-
  AUAV*.                                   to bring you the best value in storm                                                                        Overlooking 1,000 Acre        month. Will rent 12,000 sq. f t Excellent
                                           windows and doors, but we do. Bhop oak table, Jam cupbard, china cabinet                                      Ctieeieauake Park           location lor ihowroomi or automotive BEAUTIFUL WraUati TUDOR M T                                       YEAR ROUND                       dale; Joseph Morgan, Farming-
 WOMEN'8 ACCOKDION — Rtd anand compare. Free installation now en and others. "R" Barn, 440 W. Fronl                                                                                                                                                                          C
 white pearl. 120 bass. Excellent cond our white Huskee, $14.95, heavy duty, St., Hed Bank. 747-9226.                                                  FOUR, and FIVE-               supplies, doie to railroad station and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RIVERFRONT PROPERTY                    dale; Nancy Vierlijig, Neptune;
 tlon. With c«se. $100. Call 747-006;                                                                                                                                                tltuated on a main road.                         IN HUTOIUC OLD! MiMWtlURY
                                                                                                                                                   ROOM APARTMENTS
                                                                                                                                                                                           STERLING THOMPSON                                                                      EXCLUSIVE GOOSE NECK PT. Rullef Curley, Marlboro; Mona
  I R S — Slie t. Good condition. (3. 741'
                                                               PROWN'S                                 MACHINERY FOR SALE                            •     from $118                                                                III tiosllrat sonlis*, JT l l v l u room
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ON SHREWSBURY RIVER                     ean Jennings, Freehold, and
  1129 between 4 and 7 p.m.                 32 Broad St.                Red Bank        741-7500
                                                                                                  DIEBEL OINERATOK — Heavy duty                     IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            nrspuc                    , .,.«,.. OCEANPORT - LITTLE SILVER Judy Cowling, Asbury Park.
                                           RADIO 1965 — Model, Pacer Citizens made by Bethlehem Steel Co. AC 240                                     With Individual controlled                                                                                                                deep water dock, Dutch
              ATTIC FLOOR                   Band. Like new. Whip 102!' antenna and 110 volts. 6.1 K.V.A. arM 12 volt                                                                  r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LEGAL NOTICE
                                             :olng with radio, reasonable. Call 741-                        starter battery charger. Will demon-
                                                                                                                                                            CENTRAL                    ,O0O F T . L I G H T        manuTtcturlnf with brukrut « m . IT din. Four bid- c^m'iu\°Vour *bed!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lofti for leaie. Can b» leased M p t t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     drooms, living room
  Convenient, sturdy i r w i S "    thlcl
  plyscore panela. Only $2.25 each, fo                 Ear
                                           '"" after 6 p.m.            ^ _ _
  Tour attic iterate problem. Also attli » EACH — Maple kitchen table. Tele-
                                                                                                            strate. Slightly used. *500. 264-3CU
                                                                                                                                                                  DIRECTIONS: Oarden State P i r k w a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ly, contatnlns about 1500 n , f t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Hoor. 747-1100.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (fireplace). Dining room, sunroom. En-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           looms, m u t e r bedroom wtUl dressing closed side porch. 1% bathi. Two-csr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   f a m e . 141,500.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NOTICE OF $ALK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TEMPORARY NOTES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THB
  auappeanof itairways. (IBM each.        phone table. Two floor lamps. Yellow                                                                                                                                                                                             room, two baths and t powder room.                             UNCROFT ASSOCIATES, INC.
                                          Hotpolnt refrigerator, J30. Call 568-4524.                                                                              north to EXIT 120, lett to apis. Mod   DESIRABLE RIVER FRONT suit*                                                                                                                                                                  BOROUGH OF KEA.N8BURG
           RED BANK LUMBER                9 Arden La., StraLhmore.                                                  MERCHANDISE WANTED                            •1 phone 668-4100. Open dally           •n l i n t floor In tbe TuU«r Building. Beautifully located tor sxll conveniences 7S5 Hwy. 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Real Estate Broker                              Sealed proposals will be received by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hlddletown HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE BOR-
  O r a e r P n r l and Will   Bed Ban] COMPLETE WOODWORKING BHOP —                                                                                                       Exclusive Renta! Aijent                                                                                                                                                   (opp. Two Guys)                          OUGH OF KEANSBURO (hereinafter-
  DININQ ROOM — And bedroom. Frul Table saw, band saw, lathe, planer
                                                                                                              COLLECTOR — Want* jld IOT trajnl-
                                                                                                                                                                  JACOBSON, OOLDFARB & TANZMAT           IF YOU ARE INTERESTED — l a la tt James Parish. t«tra lot may be                                                                                    871-5333                        called the "Ivoeil Authority") a t 368
                                                                                                               iny condition. Pay r^un or will trade:                                                    brand new modern office ipace. well
  wood Italian Provincial. Wrought Iro: drlllpresa and motors. Utility Dump                                                                                                        412 4144                                                                                                                                                                                                  Carr Avenue, P. O. Box 215 In the
  •ettee, upholstered seat,    bookcases Body. 7M-O836.
                                                                                                              H.O. 027, 0. Stan-lira gauie. 774-3710.                                                    located in UIB center oi Red Bank, eon- purchased separately. Asking (40,000 A WELL KEPT OLDER HOME Borough of Keanaburg, New J e n e y ,
  Hitchcock chair, Martha Washingto LATE MODEL TIRE OIIANGER —                                                SLOT MACHINES — Toy tralni an;                      RUMSON — Three-room apartn _ _    _    tract use for further Information. TH* THS2 n n w u r n a AnBNrT at s j , ™ , ' 0 S A TREE SHADED CORNER LOT— until, and publicly opened at, One
                                                                                                                                                                  Near transportation, shopping, schools DOWSTRA AOENCTf. 741-8700.                                        TUB DOWBTRA AOUNCT, I I E. Front u i I fn f r o o mm (I|replace). Dning room (nreplace). Dining
  sewing cabinet. Can be seen by appoint 220-amp. electric welding machine. Oth-                              cast Iron toys, leaded shades. —                                                                                                                                                                                     u             o                                           o'clock P. M. (EDST.) on September
. ment only. S(2-106<.                                                                                        741-1999 after i p.m.                               and church. Free car shelters avail-                                                                                                                              (beamed celling). Kitchen. Breakfas 13, 1966, Cor the pnrch&ae of 1160,000.
                                          er garage parU. 468 Main St., Belfori                                                                                   able. Reasonable. Call 22£-2<03 aftei  EXECUTIVE OFFICE 8PACB—<Al _. »L, Bed Btnlr. 74H700.                                                                       room      m    m t e ( l r o ( ) m , . TWO baths. Full Temporary             Notes (2nd fierles), being
                                                                                                              JLEAN USED FURNITURE —                              5:30.                                  Recklesi PL, Red Bark. 650 sq. ft. tn
                       SINGER 1966                                           THE BEST                         antiques, or near uniques. Highest                                                         dignified, modern oftlce bulldinc with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .               _ ^ _ cellar. Oarage. Heated, enclosed porch. Issued to aid in financing It* loW-renl
   Iwlnr needle sewing machine. Mak'                                                                          prices paid. The Attic. 631-S8M.               ONE—BEDROOM Oarden Apartmen1 :omplete services. Ca.rpet«d throufh' UTTLJC SILVER — By ownsr. Air All plaster walls. Nice quiet section housing projects.
   buttonholes, lew! on buttons, mom Is our Karey aluminum storm door.                                                                                       available. Quiet, central location. Hei       >ut, with moat attractive wall treat-                            conditioned three-bedroom ranch. Llv- 117,000.                                                                       The notes will be d«ted Octobe* 4,
\ grams, etc. No attachments ncedet Nothing like It. SS9.93 elsewhere. 169.95 FOUR RIMS — To fit 1966 Internatlon hot water Included. See Supt. Apt. 10 nent and electrical lirtursi. Call T47- Ing room with nreplsce, dining room,                                                                                                       UNCROFT ASSOCIATES. INC.                             m.       will be payable to bearer o r
 ' 144.50 or terms, »4.tK> down 11.00 pc INSTALLED (anodlzed, free big grill, aj Scout with Warren hubs. Call 747 60 Locust Ave., Red Bank.                                                                130 between 9 and 6:30.                                          kitchen, bath, basement, porch and                                     Real Estate Broker                        April 14, 1967, and will bear Interest
   wetk. Call Home Credit 84M101.                        too.),                                               1681.                                                                                                                                                         attached garage on ft acre corner lot. 785 Hwy. 35                                                               at the rate or ratei per annum fixed
                                                                  1                                                                                          TWO-BEDROOM              APARTMENT — RED BANK — Downtown. Central lo- Near ichools, shopping and buses.                                                                                                                                 the proposal or proposals accepted
   BEAUTIFUL MODERN LIVING ROO!                                               PROWN'S                         WANTED — Small cash register, man Newly rellnlshed. $100. per month, 13 cation. GrourAl floor office apace. Being 125.500. Call 741-43S9. Principals only.