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               NO. 215                                                                                      BED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968                                                                                      ._,.                       .      -TEPM2ENTS

  Public Seen Pressing for Observance of Law
                     By WILLIAM J. ZAORSKI                               here, "our democratic society and the principles upon which                 "In each instance, the first evidences of the society's               vest, "the law must not be disobeyed even though, it is
     __FREEHQLD — Three judges, addressing separate groups               it was founded cannot long survive, let alone flourish."                decay appeared in its toleration of disrespect for, and viola-            honestly believed to be unjust or wrong. I am concerned,
—during Law---Day 'observances yesterday, said there is a                     "We must understand that if W e are to continue to                 tion of, its laws. Is there any reason why similar tolerations            as most thinking citizens are, about civil disobedience and
    growing public feeling that all those who violate the law            exist as a sovereign nation and as a free people," said                 on our part will serve us differently'.'"                                 the,fact that many of our leaders and educators have ad-
   must be prosecuted, no matter what their motives.                     County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Judge Leo                      Judge Weinstein said that everyone has seen what havoc,               vocated that people obey only those laws which are just
        This year's theme is: "Only a lawful society can build           Weinstein before the Red Bank High School student body,                 waste and tragedy disrespect for the law brings. Disrespect •             and moral.
    a better society."                                                   "there must be a respect for the law."                                  breeds mobs, mobs breed riots, and riots lead to anarchy,                      "If everybody obeyed only the laws he considered proper,
        "The pendulum is swinging back to the feeling that any-               Judge Salvest said: "It is in the realm of possibility             leaving in its wake disaster, death and the same unsolved                 the eventual end could be nothing but anarchy."
- .one who .violates the law must be prosecuted, no matter               that an open insurrection against the government is de-                 problems which existed before the riots, he said.                              He added that if any group of Americans feel that the
    what cause he is advocating," said Superior Court Judge              veloping." .,                                                                           SEES SOLUTIONS POSSIBLE           •                       laws are deficient or unjust in some areas, they can, through
    Andrew A. Salvest, speaking before the Ft. Monmouth Chap-                 "Can anyone reasonably believe that a disorderly                       ','We believe in the value of human dignity and equality             'their constitutional rights, peaceably assemble and petition
  , ter of the Federal Bar Association at the fort.                      society can survive?" asked Judge Salvest.                              under'the law," he continued. "There is no problem in this*               the government for a redress of their grievances.
 \                  'CANNOT LONG SURVIVE'                                     None ever has, he answered.                                        country which cannot be solved if the solution is sought in a                  "In the past," he continued, "we have permitted some
        "Without law and order," said Superior Court Judge                    "The paths of history are strewn with the remnants 0/              legal and orderly manner."                                                people ta go too far because in many cases what they have
    Elvm R. -Simmill, as he spoke in the county courthouse               fallen societies," he continued.                                            "Regardless of what some people say," said Judge Sal-                                  (See LAW DAY, Pg. 2, Col. 1)

                                                                            1,000 Reds Reported Slain
                                                                            In Furious Vietnam Battles
                                                                           SAIGON (AP)—The heaviest
                                                                        sustained fighting in two
                                                                                                            tured most of Hue in February
                                                                                                            and held it for weeks.
                                                                                                                                                 North Vietnamese troops since
                                                                                                                                                                                      in flames by enemy small arms
                                                                                                                                                                                      fire. One man was burned J o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          U.S. spokesmen said casualties
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          were light.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             while artillery and helicoptet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             gunships hammered the enemy.
                                                                        months raged through the              Hard fighting and artillery          North Vietnamese gunners           death and two others were             The big North Vietnamese           One of the first men to sur-
                                                                        fourth day today in the north-      duels continued again today on       opened up with artillery bar-        wounded.                            surrender came at the end of       render was a wounded ser-
                                                                        east corner of South Vietnam.       both sides of Dong Ha, head-         rages on a unit of the 4th Ma-          South of Hue, enemy gunners      a three-day battle fought by       geant who then cooperated with
                                                                        Allied forces reported more         quarters of the U.S. 3rd Ma-         rine Regiment sweeping the           fired more than 100 mortar          American paratroopers of the
                                                                                                                                                 area. Later the enemy tried an                                           101st Airborne Division who        the Americans, appealing by
                                                                        than 1,000 enemy troops killed      rine Division 11 miles south of
                                                                        in the battles that continued       the demilitarized zone.              unsuccessful counter-attack on       rounds into the Fau Bai mili-       cordoned off the village of        loudspeaker to his comrades
                                                                        outside Hue and Dong Ha.              The biggest battle was going       a village captured by the             tary complex, headquarters of      Phuoc Yon, four miles north-       to give up. Large numbers of
                                                                           U.S. and South Vietnamese        on two miles northeast of Dong       Leathernecks two days ago.           the U.S. command center di-         west of Hue.                       the enemy came out with their
                                                                         forces reported 81 of their men    Ha, where the Marines have              A Marine helicopter support-       recting tactical operations from      The paratroopers trapped a      hands over -their heads. Fifty
- H E W CLASH AT COLUMBIA — Police and students                         killed and 395 wounded in the       been locked in combat with           ing the Marines was shot down         Hue to the demilitarized zone.     North Vietnamese battalion         of the prisoners were wounded.
                                                                        battling since Monday, the big-
. clashed at Columbia University in New York for the                    gest eruption since the x -¥jet
   second straight day yostorday.

Columbia Board
                                      (AP Wirophoto)                     Cong's Tet offensive in Febru-
                                                                           U.S.   commanders in the
                                                                        northern sector also reported
                                                                         that the 15,000-man allied force
                                                                                                                     Reds Reject Ship Peace Talks
                                                                                                               VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — A             He said Hanoi still insists the   he and other members told Un-         Fulbright, asked if South          Fulbright said he favored
                                                                         sweeping the A Shau Valley         spokesman f6r the North Viet-        talks be held either in Phnom        dersecretary of State Nicholas      Vietnamese objections        are   Indonesia's offer to send a ship

Now to Study                                                             southwest of Hue had cut one
                                                                        of the enemy's main, supply
                                                                        and infiltration routes from
                                                                        North Vietnam. But "there are
                                                                                                            namese embassy in Vientiane
                                                                                                            today rejected the proposal
                                                                                                            to hold preliminary peace talks
                                                                                                                                                 Penh, Cambodia, or Warsaw,
                                                                                                                                                 Poland, both of which the U.S.
                                                                                                                                                 government has rejected.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Katzenbach that the United
                                                                                                                                                                                      States should lift its objections
                                                                                                                                                                                      to the Polish capital as a site
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          holding up talks, replied:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          "They are a major reason why
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          we don't — both South* Viet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             to the Gulf of Tonkin for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             talks — but accurately pre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             dicted the offer would be

JBasic Changes                                                          still a lot of nooks and cran-
                                                                        nies we have' not looked,into,"
                                                                        said Marine Lt. Gen. Robert
                                                                                                            with the United States aboard
                                                                                                            an Indonesian cruiser in the
                                                                                                            Gulf of Tonkin. The United
                                                                                                            States had accepted the pro-
                                                                                                                                                   In Washington, a number of
                                                                                                                                                 U.S. senators were urging the
                                                                                                                                                 Johnson administration to ac-
                                                                                                                                                 cept Warsaw.
                                                                                                                                                                                      for talks.      .       .
                                                                                                                                                                                        Atiother committee mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                      ber who asked not to, be named

                                                                                                                                                                                      said <he*s' convinced the United
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          nam and South Korea — but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          especially South Vietnam."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Katzenbaelvbriefed the com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          mittee in closed session yester-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             turned down- by North Viet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             nam; ;        ,.-..:; :-..- -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Predicted Privately

    NEW YORK (AP) — Colum-          for -nine" days, was coupled        E. Cushman,...,commander of                                                                          Irfijebted' Warsaw be-      day. A majority of the com-          That refusal also had been
                                                                                                            posal, but North Vietnamese            Chairman J. W. Fulbright,
 bia University's board of trust-    with a request that ^aUWsUii       U.S. forces in the northern                                                                                   cause of objections raised by       mittee has long criticized U.S;    predicted privately by diplo-
                                                                                                            rejection was expected in            D-Ark., of the Senate Foreign
  ees, meeting in special ses-       dents and faculty resume their     province.       ^                                                                                             the Sbuth- Vietnamese.              war policy.                        mats in Washington.
                                     scholarly activities so that the                                       Washington.                          Relations Committee, indicated
 sion on the campus crisis,                                                  1    97 Surrender
 agreed today to study basic         presence of the police can be                                             Terming the shipboard talks
 changes in the university struc-
 ture and to consult with com-
 munity'leaders on the fate of a
 controversial gymnasium in
                                       There was no immediate
                                     comment from leaders of the
                                                                           In the fighting outside Hue,
                                                                        the enemy dead included a
                                                                        North Vietnamese battalion
                                                                        cqmmander, a battalion execu-
                                                                                                            "unacceptable" to the Hanoi
                                                                                                            government the North Viet-
                                                                                                            namese spokesman said the
                                                                                                            proposal by the Indonesian gov-
                                                                                                                                                     Four in Monmouth Selected
                                                                                                                                                      As National Merit Scholars
 nearby Morningside Park.              Columbia had called off          tive officer and three company      ernment "does not meet a
    The board took the action af-   .classes in most of its branches    commanders. U.S. paratroopers       single one of President John-
 ter conferring with a 12-mem-      again today after new fighting      also reported the surrender of      son's own conditions for pre-
 ber executive committee of the     flared yesterday between po-        97 North Vietnamese troops,         liminary contacts.
 faculty named Tuesday and          lice and protesting students.       including five women nurses.                                               EVANSTON, Hi:            Four       and Mrs. Charles N. Cooper,        requirements, such as service       sional associations, other orga-
                                                                                                               "It shows that the four con-
 charged in a general faculty          At least 11 persons, includ-       It was believed to be the         ditions set by Johnson are           Monmouth County high school          592 Irving Place, Long Branch,      to the school and achievements      nizations and individuals.
 resolution >vith restoring order   ing five policemen, were in-        war's biggest bag of prisoners.     merely a pretext for avoiding        seniors were honored yester-          a Long Branch High School stu-     outside the classroom.                  The amount of the four-year
 to the strife-torn Ivy League      jured when about 30 police          The captives said their bat-        preliminary contacts,"        he     day for superior intellectual        dent.                                  Stephen D. Cooper is among       awards is based on individual
 campus.                            charged a chanting, hostile         talion was to become the occu-      asserted. "The United States         ability • and outstanding • aca-            Meet Requirements            500 winners to be awarded "Na-      financial need and ranges from
    The action by the trustees,     crowd attending a rally by the      pation force for Hue after an-      is looking for one pretext after     demic achievement.                      They were chosen from            tional Merit $1,000 Schol-          $1,000 to $6,000 or more for the
 aimed at two key .demands of       university gate at Amsterdam        other enemy offensive they said     another because it wants to            They are among the 2,800           among 14,000 semifinalists by       arships," one-time, non-renew-      four years of college.
 the protesting, students who       Avenue and 116th Street. One        was planned. The North Viet-        continue the war."                   high school seniors throughout       a committee of skilled'evalua-      able grants initated by the             Miss Noren, who ranks sixth
 have disrupted academic life       student was arrested.               namese and the Viet Cong cap-                                            the nation to win highly covet-      tors, drawn from the college ad-    Merit'Program this year.            in Rumson-Fair Haven Region-
                                                                                                                      'Not Neutral'              ed National Merit Scholarships.      mission field. They scored in         The three other winners were      al's graduating class of 238, is
                                                                                                               Recalling Jqhnson's demand                                             the top half of one per cent of     among the 1,900 students

Tirael Ignores Arabs,
                                                                                                                                                   Named Merit Scholars of                                                                                    business manager of the school
                                                                                                            for a neutral site, for the talks,   1968 were: Dorothy D. Noren,         graduating high school seniors      awarded four - yjear schol-         literary magazine and literary
                                                                                                            the spokesman said, Indo-            daughter of Mrs. Joseph Lucia,       on two qualifying tests and         arships by some 370 sponsoring      staff member of the yearbook.
                                                                                                            nesia is not neutral," an in-        20 Harvard Road, Fair Haven,         have      superior    academic      business corporations, founda-
                                                                                                            dication .that Hanoi considers                                                                                                                        She is a member of the Na-
                                                                                                                                                 and C. Gilbert Noren of Mata-        records. They also, met other       tions, colleges, unions, profes-

U.N., Parades Its Might                                                                                     the Jakarta government pro-
                                                                                                            Western since President Su-
                                                                                                            karno's ouster.
                                                                                                               "Furthfirmbre, contacts heM
                                                                                                                                                 wan, a Rumson-Fair Haven Re-
                                                                                                                                                 gional High School student;
                                                                                                                                                 Martin T. McCue, son of Mr.
                                                                                                                                                 and Mrs, Martin. C, Mr-Cue, 108
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tional Honor Society and is flut-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ist with the school band and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              orchestra for the school's an-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              nual musical.
   JERUSALEM (AP) — Is-             would hurt chances for peace           Soldiers and police stood                                                                                                                                                              Miss Noren is a member of
                                                                                                            on a ship would exclude rep-         Pinckney Road, Red Bank, a                                                                                   Mariner Scout Troop 191, Rum-
 rael defied its Arabs neighbors    in the Middle East.                 guard all along the route, keep-    resentatives of othetr countries     Red Bank Catholic High School
 and a U.N. Security Council          Braving sweltering heat,          ing a watchful lookout for                                                                                                                                                            gon, and was second place win-
                                                                                                            and of the press and would not       student; Gerald A. Cooper, son                                                                               ner at the local level in the
 resolution today by parading       thousands of joyous Israelis        trouble from clandestine Arab       permit what President Johnson        of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cooper,
 Jts .military might through the    and foreign visitors lined every    groups that ordered a boycott                                                                                                                                                         Peace Essay contest conducted
                                                                                                            called 'adequate communica-          40 Cloverdale Circle, New                                                                                    by the Lion's Club two years
 Arab sector of Jerusalem to        foot of the five-mile parade        of the parade. Visitors were        tions' — conditions set by John-     Shrewsbury, a Monmouth Re-
 celebrate 20 years of nation-      route through both Arab and         checked at roadblocks on all                                                                                                                                                          ago..-"4
                                                                                                            son himself," the spokesman          gional High School student, and
 hood.                              Jewish sections of the once-        roads leading into the city.                                                                                                                                                              She won a scholarship spon-
                                                                                                            added.                               Stephen p . Cooper, EOH of Mr.
   Demonstrations of protest        divided city which Israel united       Along with an impressive                                                                                                                                                           sored by the Prudential Insur-
 were scheduled for several         in the war last June.               show of their own weaponry                                                                                                                                                            ance Co. for National Merit fi-
 Arab capitals and a proposal
-to condemn Israel for holding
 the parade was expected in
 the Security Council. Israel re-
                                      Arab residents of Jerusalem
                                    kept their homes and shops
                                      But Arab street vendors were
                                                                        the Israelis paraded Soviet
                                                                        tanks, self-propelled artillery,
                                                                        surface-to-air missiles, and
                                                                        other equipment captured from
                                                                                                            Gray to Challenge                                                                                                                                 nalists who are children of Pru-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              dential employes, and plans to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              major in mathematics at Pem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              broke College.
 jected a unanimous council res-
 olution saying the parade
 should be canceled because it
                                    busy peddling food and drink
                                    to the crowds watching the
                                                                        the Arabs in the six-day war
                                                                        last) June.
                                                                           itale/ and female soldiers
                                                                        marched past the- reviewing
                                                                                                            State Ballot Ruling                                                                                                                                   Martin T. McCue also plans
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              to major in mathematics. He
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              will attend the University of
                                                                                                              TRENTON ' (AP) — Jesse             in federal district court in
                                                                        stand and saluted Prime Min-        Gray, a Negro who once led           Newark.                                                                                                          McCue, who rank6 seventh in
                                                                        ister Levi Eshkol, President        rent strikes in Harlem, was ex-        He claimed that the Demo-                                                                                  Red      Bank    Catholic High
                                                                        Zalman Shazar and Defense           pected today ' to file soon a        cratic State Committee was                  Gcrald A. Cooper                   Stephen I). Cooper            School's graduating class, is
        The Inside Story                                                Minister Moshe Dayan.
                                                                          The parade was covered by
                                                                        the Israeli state television sta-
                                                                                                            court suit challenging an order
                                                                                                            by the secretary of state strik-
                                                                                                            ing Gray's name from New
                                                                                                                                                 acting in collusion with the sec-
                                                                                                                                                 retary of state's office to un-
                                                                                                                                                 dermine Gray's candidacy "be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             president of the Student Coun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             cil, sports editor and staff ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tist of the school newspaper,
                                                                        tion and could be seen on TV        Jersey's June 4 Democratic           cause he is a black man."                                                                                    and was sophomore and junior
  State newswomen to meet in Asbury Park                   Page 23
                                                                        sets in neighboring Arab coun-      presidential preference      pri-      Burkhardt     is    Democratic                                                                            class president..
  Veal, turkey, shrimp — a trio of recipes                 Page 25      tries. In jother Israeli cities     mary.                                state chairman as well as sec-                                                                                   He has participated in the
  All that's news on the scholastic front                  Page 26      there was singing and dancing         Secretary of State Robert J.       retary of state.                                                                                            Columbia University Science
                                                                        in the streets.                     Burkhardt      ruled yesterday          'Completely Hoodwinked'                                                                                  Honors Program, 'is a member
 Allen-Scott                     G Sylvia Porlcr                    6      It all commemorated the 20                                              "I'm being completely hood-                                                                               of the National Honor Society
 Amusements                      31 Sports                    26, 27                                        that petitions in support of
                                                                        turbulent years since bushy-        Gray's candidacy lacked the          winked here," Coggins said at                                                                               and the Modern Language Club
 Births                           2 Stock Market         ,          7   haired David Ben-Gurion, as                                              a hearing held by the secre-                                                                                and was a delegate to the
 Bridge                         20 Successful Investing             7                                       necessary 1,000 qualified signa-
                                                                        head of the provisional govern-     tures. He contended that more        tary of state's office. "This is                                                                            Blairstown Leadership Confer-
 Classified                 28-30     Synagogue News.        ,..12,13                                                                            the type of thing that leads to                                                                             ence.
                                                                        ment, stood up ,in Tel Aviv's       than half of the 1,600 signa-
 Comics ..._                    30 Television        .".           Jl                                                                            the situation we had in New-
                                                                        Museum of Modern Art and            tures- on Gray's petitions were                                                                                                                       McCue is active in school
 Crossword Puzzle               31 Women's News                 22-25   proclaimed Israel an indepen-                                            ark." He told newsmen that
                                                                                                            Invalid because they       were                                                                                                                  dramatics and varsity base-
 Editorials                       6                                                                                                              he was referring, to the racial
                                           DAILY REGISTER               dent state.                         made by persons not registered                                                                                                                   ball, basketball and cross-coun-
 Herblock           >             6                                                                                                              disorders in Newark last sum-
                                           PHONE NUMBERS                   The next day the British         to vote in the state.                                                                                                                            try.
 Dr. Key                        10                                                                                                               mer.
 Ann Landers                . , 2 3 ' Main (Wire           741-0010     Tommies evacuated the coun-           Burkhardt said that ballots                                                                                                                        McCue won a scholarship
 James Kilpatrlck '               6   Classified Ads       741-69H0     try and the Arabs went to           for the primary would proba-                Old Wagon l'arni                                                                                     sponsored by Holy Croan Col-
 Movie Timetable         .'. 31 Home Delivery              741-0010     war with the new nation. They       bly be printed in two weeks,            Now on display-large selec-                                                                              lege, Worcester, Mass.
 Obituaries                       4   Mlddlctown Bureau ...671-2250     lost that time, again in 195G       leaving little time for court lit-   tion roses, perennials, clematis,                                                                               He is an Eagle Scout and was
 Outdoor World                  21    Freehold Bureau      462-2121     and again last June.                igation on his ruling.               azaleas, lilacs and dogwoods.                                                                                    member of the Red Bank
 Palette Talk                   15    Long Branch Bureau 222-0010              Sound Studio Rental            Clarence C. Cogglns, Gray's        Last call for economical bare-                                                                              Borough Youth Advisory Coun-
                                                                           Rehearsal for small combo.       campaign manager, sajd he in-        root plants. Rt. 35, north of                                                                               cil.               .
                                                                        Sou$l Arts, 531-8989.      (Adv.)   tended to challenge thjP ruling      Middlctown.                (Adv.)       ft Dorothy D. Noren                       rtin T. McCuo             (See FOUR WlDSJrg. 2, Col. 1)
                                                                                                                                                                                      2 - T H E DAILY REGISTER, TTwwky, May 2,1968
  Highlands School Board                                                                                                                          Announces 6
  Pares $5,100 From Budget                                                                                                                        Indictments
                                                                                                                                                      FREEHOLD - The
                                                                                                                                                   mouth County prosecutor's of-
                                                                                                                                                   fice yesterday released these
         HIGHLANDS - The Board               The vote for the. cut wasand sixth grade students by the Long Branch was hired as re six indictments which the
      of Education last nighi cut unanimous with no discussion. principal, was also approved.                   medial reading teacher at          Grand Jury handed up Tues-
      from its twicc-defrated $20<i,- A contract for care of school           Bids for general school sup- salary of $3,240. She will teaci day.
      fO budget the $5.11)0 spot ificd UHVII.S was "awarded 10" Joseph plies,' <o;i], milk, Ice cream two days each week.
      by Borough Council in March. K. Grzolka of 8 Hay Ave., low and bread for the 1968-09 school                                                     Superior Court Judge Elvin
                                                                                                                   Mrs, Margaret Meyer o
         The cut was made ;ift<r ;i bidder at $1!><l a month. The I year will be received May 29 Carlstadt was hired as a pari R. Simmill Tuesday ordered
      brief caucus mooting. Three only other bidder was ftrncslo at 4 p.m. Contracts will be time kindergarten teacher r the indictments filed, The six
      bites were taken: $4,200 was ("arabnllo Jr. of J-oti^ Branch, awarded June 5.                             $3,450 a year. ,                   are:
      shaved from teaclirrs' .salaries, whn hid $fi"5 a month.                School will be closed the day        Mr. Czarnecki reported Ilia        William Baskerville, 38, of 39
      where council liad recommend-          After a report on a revised after Memorial Day, Friday, Highlands School has beer Banks St., Red Bank, larceny
      ed a I2.IHHI cut. Administrative reading curriculum to slari in May .11, to provide a long week- chosen by the federal govern of an auto valued at $2,500, th<
      Ipgal fees Avrre- reduced $250, September, Joseph' J/Czarncc- end.                              •/        merit as mie. of 487 schools i property of Clyde Butcher, 171
      where council had advised a ki, administrative principal, I Mrs. Anne Juzwicki was vot- the nation and 14 in New Jer- Newman Springs Road, Red
      ?500 cut. Another KM was tak- was given' approval for the, pur- ed a renewal contract as sey to be evaluated as to the Bank, April 2.
      en from contracted mainte- chase of $691 in supplementary speech therapist at $2,000 a Title 1 program.                                        "James Brooks, 25, of 26 Ave,
      nance services, where council reading materials.                     year. She will work one day "I have no idea how we gol C, Freehold, breaking into Hoi
       had also recommended a $500 A club program within school each week.                                      this honor," the principal com land and McChesney, Central
       paring.                :    ,      liours, recommended for fifth       Mrs. Fianclne Vogel of West mented with a, smile.                    Jersey Railroad freight yard.
                                                                                                                                                   Freehold, March 28, and taking
                                                                                                                                                   eight checks totaling $318.2'
                                                                                                                                                   which were payable to the com-

                                                                                                                                           8       pany,       ''-----;
                                                                                                                                                      Samuel Colavito, 35, Seaside
                                                                                                                                                   Park, obtaining an auto valued
                    (Continued)           mer program in chemistry and his school's mathematics con- Memorial Scholarship and plans at $1,275 under false pretense
          Gerald A. Cooper ranks fifth computer science at Chico test.                                          lo major in physics at Prince Aug. 21 at Kay Motors, 501 F
       In Monmouth Rejjional's grad- (Calif.) State College, took an          He is a member of the Na-ton University.                             St., Belmar.
       uating class.                      Armed Forces Communication tional Honor' Society, played                      On Top Of Class               Frank Fair, 23, of 903',
                 In H o n r s Group *     and Electronics Association the trumpet in the school band Stephen D: Cooper, wb< Grand Ave., Asbury Park, atro-
          He was in the Westinghouse       Honor Award for original re- for three years, won a,letter in ranks first in Long Branch Higl cious assault and battery
       Science Talent Search Honors search presented at a junior varsity gymnastics and is an School's graduating class                            March 7. by assaulting Mrs.
       Group, participated in a Na- science symposium at Fort Eagle'Scout.                                      325, will attend Princeton Uni- Hazel Dickson, 321 Sunset Ave.,
      tional Science Foundation sum- Monmouth, and placed first in            He won a Thomas J. Watson versity as a liberal arts stu- Asbury Park, and taking her
                                                                                                               dent.                               car valued at $4,000 in Asbury
                                                                                                                  He participated in the Colum Park.                                        EYEIN& 'HOPPY' — Electronic Associates Inc. employes, left to right, Darlene Krin*
  Lam Day Observed in County                                                                                   bia University Science Honors          Ernest Horton,|45, of 25 Park
                                                                                                                Program, was in the Westing- er St., Freehold, possession o                 sky of Long Branch, Diane Bruemmer of Matawan, Barbara Kennedy of Toms River,
                                                                                                               nous- Science Talent Search Stolen property Oct. 10 by hav Vickie Scars! of Monmouth Beach, Wendy Sullivan of Spring Lake and Ruth Jen-
                    (Continued),           of 1! breakdown of respect foi stltuted in 1959 by a presiden- Honors Group, and earned hon- ing an assortment of liquor                         nings of Shrewsbury, watch r'Hoppy," a tame kangaroo rented to EAI by th«
   ' been demonstrating was a just our laws and institutions."             tial proclamation. Since then orable mention, in the Ford valued at $167.70, the property                        Chateau Theatrical Animal Co. of New York City. "Hoppy" was at the EAI plant.
       cause. It appears that the pub- The judge told the student it has been observed annually. Foundation Science Contest.                       pi-Mrs,. Edna Kelly, Rt. 33,
                                                                                                                                                                                            West Long Branch, yesterday to help kick off "Rebound '68," an employe incen-
       lic attitude is changing.                                                                                  He is co-editor-in-chief of thi Manalapan Township.
                                          he does not approve of draft The purpose of this special ob-                                                                                      tive' program.                                                        (Register Staff Photo)
                                                                                                               school's literary magazine, is
         Judge Salvest asked if any-card burning and student riots. servance is to increase public active in the school's dranu                       Ronald Valentine, 74 Peach
      one could really expect the "Who ever heard of such understanding of the place of group and a member of the Na- St., New Shrewsbury, posses-
. w o r l d ' s peoples to believe that things'.'" he asked, adding that law in American life and to                                               sion of stolen property Aug. 7,
      this society is better than any there a r e legal ways of cor- point up the contrast between tional Thespians, a 'national by having articles valued at
     other when arson and looting recting grievances.                      freedom under law in the Unit- high school honorary organiza $118.99 from J and S Distribu-               ThievesGet                                             Taken In Eatontown
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               EATONT0WN - Police Chief her face, the chief said, took
     become commonplace occur- Speaking before lawyers be- ed States and governmental tlon.
      rences.                                                              tyranny under communism.
                                          fore court began, Judge Sim- The day is sponsored by 1,- AlMihore Conference Concert Shrewsbury.
                                                                                                                                                   tors Inc., a concessionaire a
                                                                                                                  He plays the clarinet in the the Atlantic Superama, New            Audio Haul                             William Zadorozny reported her purse containing $50 in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            that an Eatontown woman was cash, and fled into another
                judge said an individual mill said that lawyers should
     Bas a right to speak out andrededicate themselves to the
     l o express his moral convic- rules of law and the fact that nation.
                                                                           400 bar associations across the Band and this summer will play
                                                                                                               with the Youth Symphonic Hon-                                         In Red Hank                            held up and threatened in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            parking lot at'the Bradlee Store car.
     tions but that this must be without laws there would be ni               "If we .observe the law, an- ors Band.
     controlled when his actions In government and without gov- archy cannot exist," said                         He has served as class trea-    Investment                                RED BANK—Burglars made
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            at 10:18 p.m. yesterday. The       The chief described the sus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            chief declined to release, the pect a s being a white male,
                                                                                                                                                                                         off with $1,736 in audio equip- woman's name.
                                                                           Judge Simmill. '-'ifw e do not, surer and photography editor                                                                                                                      about six feet tall, slender,
     iringe upon those of others.         ernment, no society,
     , ; Quoting Ernest Van Den "Without lawyers and law,
                                                                           anarchy will flourish."             of the yearbook.                   Cash Claim                             ment from Anderson's Music
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           \ j l e said she was approached dark eyed and wearing glass-
                                                                                                                                                                                         Store, 30 Broad St., after . a by a .man who said he had a                          :
     'fiaag, professor of social phi- there would be nothing but                                                                                                                                                                                             es. • "•         ".'vT
                                          chaos in government. Law i                                                                              Is Rapped                              dramatic skylight entry.           gun and forced into her car. The woman went to the Mon-
       |osophy at New York Univer-
      sity, Judge Salvest said: "If a' force for good and right so
    "the law were not binding on our children and our children's
      all its subjects, regardless of children through generations
                                                                         2'Cooper'Scholars:                                                                                                 Police Chief George H. The man got in the back seat. mouth Queen,J3taer.ani«ilie
                                                                                                                                                     HAZLET=Deffl(Jcrattc Com- Clayton reported the store was They drove a mile down Wall
                                                                                                                                                  mitteeman Herbert J. Kupfer's entered some time between Road when she was told to police. Sgt. Robert Fairy
                                                                                                                                                  announcement that $500,000 in 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8:45stop the car. The man slapped conducting the investigation.
      Die conscience of each, it may recognize the blessings
    ;*ould be an option — not a that law has given us and law
    ,Jaw.                                 will give them."               Much in Common                                                           taxes has been made available yesterday morning.
                                                                                                                                                  for investment purposes has Clark, manager, reported the

       * "To claim the right to choose        Wanted to Inform Others             Gerald A.: Copper of New Shrewsbury and Stephen D. been termed "grandstanding" entry to police.
    -tmohg laws and lo disobey Judge Simmill said that the Cooper of Long Branch haven't ever met — but they have by Republican Treasurer Eu-
     those one's conscience opposes usual practice on Law Day more in common than their last names.
     h to deny the binding charac- was to have a ceremony in his
                                                                                                                                                  gene S. Dombrowski.
                                                                                                                                                     "Not so," said Mr. Dombrow-
                                                                                                                                                                                           The chief said the intruders
                                                                                                                                                                                         climbed a pole about a half
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Comity Births
                                                                                 Both are outstanding high school seniors who have won
    ter of penal law."                   courtroom (He is the assign         highly coveted National Merit Scholarships.                          ski about Democratic allega                block north of Anderson's                RIVERVTEW                 MONMOUTH MEDICAL
      " "We believe in the value of ment judge) but this year the                Both plan to attend Princeton University. Gerald, a tions that it was only through — by the Sherman Shop — and                                         Red Bank                       Long Branch : .. : .;
    human dignity and equality un- Monmouth ' Bar Association Monmouth Regional High School student, will major' in                               their efforts that the town- crossed rooftops to their des-                  Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jacka-     Mr, and Mrs. Alphonsus
    der the law," Judge Weinstein thought it better to inform physics. Stephen, who attends Long Branch High School, will                         ship has an improved financial tination. He saj.d they .dropped pino (nee 'Sophie Lembo), Hopewell (nee.Ruth), 1124 F t e t
    jjbld - the Red Bank - students. others about-Law~ J)ay ; ^^Tho. 6 e ^ liberal stts s t u d e n t . - ? ~ - ^ ^                                                                                                        SehanekRoad, Holmdel, son, Ave.T Asbury Park, iionf ye«e5=
    '.'There is no problem in this judges, however, felt that there                                                                                  "The financial picture took down through a skylight on a yesterday.                         _ . , , . ' day.     .. .      •!.', • ;.._ "_[..
    country which cannot be solved should be some recognition of                 Both have won another highly coveted national honor,
    If the solution is sought in a the day in the courthouse, he            too; they were named to the honors group in the Westing- a turn for the gotfd-in .1967, rope.                                                     Mr.      and Mrs. Jack .Mr. and Mrs. Carlo "Rod-
                                                                            house Science Talent Search.                           . . - ' ' •   the first year of a Republican            Taken from the store were Fowler (nee Nancy Ticlmel), riguez (nee Carmen Feliciano),
    legal and orderly manner."           said.
          Acknowledges Problems                                                  Stephen participated in the Columbia University Science administration in quite some four , television sets, four- Cline Road, Morganyille, son,
                                            In Moscow's Ited Square, he                                                                                                                                                                                      696 Broadway, Long Branch,
      . The Juvenile' court judge said, there was a display of- Honors Program.,Gerald won a National Science Foundation time, this year, finances are guitars, five microphones and yesterday.                                                              son,.yesterday.
     acknowledged that this coun- force.                                    fellowship for study in a summer program a t Chico (Calif.)          even better a s evidenced by a various other pieces of audio                 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagni
                                                     "When we observe
    try has great problems: slums, Law Day, we show them-the State University.                                                             >     10-cent per $100 tax cut in the equipment. The case was in- (nee Doreen-Ward), 107 Par]                                 SHORE MEDICAL
                                                                                 And both have musical talent. Stephen plays the clarinet municipal budget," 'Mr. Dom- vestigated by Lt. Detective Ave,,4 Fair Haven, son, yester-
    crime and inequities. * The so-right we have and I don't care
    lution to these : problems, he what anybody thinks, might in the All-Shore Conference Band and the Youth Symphonic browski said. "This is a re- leorge-'H. Clayton J r .
                                                                            Honors Band. Gerald played the'trumpet in his high school's sult of a prudent and' economi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           day,                           i                 p
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard
    told the students, is in the or-doesn't make right.            Bight concert band.                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell
    dSrfy process of government makes might."                                                                                                     cally minded Republican ad-             Bored? Find new excitement (nee Linda Frederickson), 2-A Angersbach (nee Karen Muel-
    and noHn the laws of the jun-                                                                                                                 ministration."                         with the right job. Check today's McLean St., Middletown, son, ler), 1520 10th Ave., Neptune,
                                            Thomas F. Shebell Jr. of As-                                                                             Mr. Kupfer has alleged Classified Ads now!                            yesterday.                        son, yesterday.        :
                                         bury Park called upon his fel-
       •The judge told the students low lawyers to rededicate
    that 119 youngsters last year themselves and to take cases
                                                                         Double Sessions Seen                                                     t h a t ; encouraging quick*'pro-
                                                                                                                                                  cessing of tax money received
                                                                                                                                                  by the tax collector would pro
                                         that arc just' even if they are
    wjere sent to reform, schools,
    and added: "What a waste!            unpopular.
    What a loss! And all because Law' Day was originally in-
                                                                         Unlikely in Marlboro                                                     vide' quicker Investment and,t
                                                                                                                                                  therefore, more interest for the
                                                                             MARLBORO — Despite new               Contrary to an opinion held         "I think ray credentials prove
                                                                          homes being built in the town- by, some, the board did that I am qualified to judge

            The Weather                                                   ship, Marlboro schools will not hot reject an offer of a free when investments should or
                                                                          go on double session for at school from Levitt, he said. should not be made without
                                                                          least two yearSj if at all, Super- The proposed school was to be the need of imprudent, volun-
                                                                          intendent of Schools Russell R. built by Levitt and leased to tary advice," Mr. Dombrowski
 .Mostly sunny today except' for and tomorrow. Fair north, Wright said last night.                            the Board of Education for 25 challenged, referring 'to the
   showers ending , early this showers ending south this                                                      years a t ' a cost of' f70,000 per $500,000 on hand now.
   fflornlng in the extreme south, morning. Fair tonight and to-             Mr.     Wright    said , that year, he added.
                                                                          with the completion of the new                                              "It's too bad Mr. Kupfer has
   high in upper 50s and lower morrow. Visibility generally
   80s. Fair tonight, low in up- more than five miles except Robertsville School and antici-                     Mr. Wright said t h l board taken this occasion to play poli-
   per 30s to mid 40s. Tomorrow one to three miles in showers, pated additions to the Roberts- had                     considered     the pro- tics instead of doing some work
   • o s t l y sunny, little milder,                                      ville and Central schools there posal and found it to be in ex- for the betterment of the town-
                                                      TIDES                                                                                       s h i p / he added.      '        __ t
        g y                                                               space for more than the mini ties.                                         Mr Ku$er, in h ¥ r e l e i s e on
   look, partly cloudy 'and mild. TODAY — High 11:42 p.m.                mum of 260 children expected                                             the money available for in-
                                                                                                                 Leo J. Scully, board presi-
        In Monmouth Beach, yester- and low 5:18 p.m.                      when 300 new homes being dent, urged voters to turn out vestment stated Mr. Dombrow-
   day's high temperature was-5? •TOMORROW - High . . . built by Levitt and Sons are                                                              ski held funds for more than
                                                                                                              for the May 14 referendum two weeks before investing
   and the low, 40. -The overnight a.m. and 12:30 p.m. and lowcompleted by the end of this
                                                                                                              which Will decide the question them. He added,that through
   low was,"44 and the tempera- 6:24 a.m. andfi-p.m.                      year.         •
                                            For Red Bank and Rumson                                           of the school additions needed the Democrats' prompting,
   ture at 7 a.m. today was 45.
                                        bridge, add .two hours; Sea         Mr. Wright said he wished to to keep the schools on single this money was earning inter-
                   MARINE               Bright, deduct 10 minutes; clear up a misconception held session.                                        est by the second .or third
   Cape May to Block Island: Ixing Branch,''deduct 15 min- by many township residents
                                                                                                                 Mr. Scully said that the board week of each quarter rather
   Northwesterly winds 10 to -15 utes; Highlands bridge, add concerning Levitt's offer of a had talked to many groups in than later.
   knots today, 10 knots tonight 40 minutes.                   •         school for the township.             the township and that response
                                                                                                              had been, favorable so far.
                                     Open Wed. & Fri. Eveningt                                                   •; Okay Notes Issuance
                                                                                                                                                    Two Injured
                                                                                                                 The board also authorized the       MIDDLETOWN, — Two driv-
                                                                                                              issuance of up to $865,000 worth ers were treated at Rlverview
                                                                                                             of promissory notes in an- Hospital, Bed Bank, last night
                       £dlA     CLOTHES tan draw
                                                                                                             ticipation of bonds. The is-after a two-car accident on
                                                                                                             sue wilt be due no later than Rt. 35 at Cooper Rd., police
                                                                                                             Way 15, 1969.
                                                                                                                 Board Secretary John A. Du-
                                                                                                                                                    Anthony Delia of Melrose

              the best out of you!                                                                           gan reported that progress on Ten, this place, and Douglas
                                                                                                             the new school is excellent and Asay of Mill Pond Lane, Colts
                                                                                                             that the June 1 completion Neck, both suffered minor inju-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              WHY CARRY CASH?" We'll keep your money
                                                                                                                                                                                                             -cafe* and provide you with handy records of
               Good style variation flatters any 'man. \,ike                                                 deadline will be hit "pretty les. They were treated and                                          every dollar you deposit and every cent you
                                                                                                             much on the nose."                  released. Police said Mr. Del-
               the way a suit is contoured—the way the col-                                                                                      la was issued a summons for                                  spend.< Check in next payday a t . . .
                                                                                                                 The board accepted "with re- careless driving.
              Jar Jien. Minute changes make a world of dif-                                                  gret" the resignations of Mrs.
               ference, That's why our Pctrocelli collection is                                              lona K. Granger who has
               fashioned for today's mood. Tailored in the                                                   taught in the Marlboro school Most of House
               tradition' of that fine Italian hand.                                                         system for 32 years and Mrs.
                                                                                                             Judith Pnulos.          ,           Saved by Firemen
                                                                                                                                                    MARLBORO - Fire broke
                                                                                                                 Frank K. VanNote was hired out in a vacant farm house
                                                             $99.50                                          as a vocal music teacher for n Ryan Road near Rt. 79 at
                       CHARGE IT! 30-60-90 DAYS!                                                             the 196R-6!) school year at a »:50 last night.
                                                                                                             salary of $7,000. Sandra Percey        Most of the two-story struc-
                                                                                                             received a contract revision ure was snved by firemen
       JOHN DANIELS                                                                                          raising her-salary $300 to $7,300 rom Marlboro and Morgnn-
                                                                                                             in compensation for credits ,rille fire companies,'who were
                                                                                                             earned townrd a graduate de- it the scene for about two                                                      Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
                                                                                                            gree.                                 lours.
                                                                                                                The meeting was ndjnurned           They said tho roof burned                   14 Convenient Offices Throughout Monmouth County
                 50 BROAD STREET                 •     RED BANK                             *:JIA           lo Mny 16 when it will recon- tff the structure, but the low-
                                                                                                            vene at 8 p.m.                       T stories did not bum.               ,

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    State Cigarette Tax Boost
                                                                                                                                                                               THE DAILY REGISTER. Thursday, May 2, 196&-3
                                                                                                                                            Sue County
                                                                                                                                            On Accident
                                                                                                                                                                           'White Elephant' Water Unit
    Talk-Happens Every Time
          By BOB DUB1LL
                                                                                                                                            Of Warden
                                                                                                                                            FREEHOLD-A woman who
                                                                                                                                         was struck and injured by a
                                      Democrats started serious bar- lems and recommended cither the desk of every legislator car driven by the late Warden
                                                                                                                                                                           Facts Concealed: McCbrmick
                                                                                                                                                                               FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP-             of additional families during the      lon water tank are under con-
      TRENTON (AP) - In               gaining on revenue measures an income tax or sales tax to claiming that high cigarette Karl A. Smith, who died of a Albert V. McCormiok, Repub-
                                      to balance the budget and fi- finance the program. He sug- taxes equal criminal control.                                                                                summer months. "Quite ob-              struction but the tank cannot
   snibKefilled rooms where legis-                                                                                                       heart attack shortly after the lican candidate for town-                                                    be filled.
                                      nance other state needs, the gested that if the lawmakers The booklets contend that the                                                                                 viously," he said, "the answer
   lators and governors search for                                                                                                                                        ship committeeman, yesterday
                                      word was passed thai Republi- refuse to enact an income tax only remedy for criminal infil- 1967 accident, filed a Superior charged the municipal adminis-              is going to be expensive to our          Mr. McCormick urged town-
   ways to balance state budgets,
                                      cans leaned to the idea of a                                                                       Court suit yesterday.                                                already overburdened taxpay-           ship residents — Republicans,
   the talk inevitably turns to in-                                     that the sales tax ha raised tration of the cigarette indus-                                      tration with "deliberately con-
                                      nickel-a-pack increase in the from three to four per cent. He try is to reduce the present tax. Mrs. Eleanor Palmer, to- cealing the facts concerning the               er."                                   Democrats or Independents—to
   creasing the cigarette tax.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       scrutinize their mayor's actions
                                      cigarette tax.                                                                                                                                                            The Republican candidate
      This year in New Jersey the                                       suggested this be coupled with                                   gether with her husband, James status of our white elephant
   Inevitable happened a little bit      Gov. Richard J. Hughes, a nickel-a-pack increase in the "The depredations of ciga- A. Palmer of 54 Main St., here, water-system."                                    said that besides the $1,568,000       which, he said, "seem to me as
                                                                                                         rette bootleggers, smugglers,                                                                        paid for tho water company—            economically irresponsible as
   earlier than usual.                a Democrat, followed with spe- cigarette tax.                      counterfeiters and other crim- are suing Monmouth County            "It hasbecome blatantly Qb-      the original negotiated price          they are naively transparent
    --Even before Republicans and     cial messages on urban prob-             Industry Appalled         inals have cost our cigarette and Jerry Sokol, an attorney vious that Mayor Daniel B.                was $750,000—another half mil-         and politically desperate. For
                                                                                                                                         here who is administrator of                                                                                how long does Mayor Schwartz
                                                                          The cigarette industry was retailers a total of $35.4 million                                   Schwartz and his loyal major-       lion dollars is now being spent.
                                                                        appalled. It launched a vigor- in the first year of the opera- the estate of Mr. Smith. by ity on the Township Commit-                 He added that large water             think human intelligence and
    Board Belays Action                                                                                  lets asserted.
                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Palmer was struck
                                                                        ous campaign designed to hold tion of the high tax," the book- the warden's sheriff's office sta- tee have done this," Mr. McCor-
                                                                        the line on cigarette taxes.                                     tion wagon Jan. 3, 1967, while mick said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              mains and a three-million gal-         common sense can be tested?"

                                                                          "Governor Hughes, You Senate President Edwin For- she was crossing W. Main St. The water situation here is
    On Project Proposal                                                 Think You Have Trouhles sytho, R.Burlington, says the near borough hall. The suit critical, he maintained. The
                                                                        Now!" declared the Tobacco legislature will have to make maintains she almost com- residents, however, have been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      C^nvictjon_Is Upheld
                                                                        Tax Council in full-page ads. its own appraisal of the valid- pleted crossing the street when led to believe their water prob-           TRENTON          The convic- The higher court however,
       MATAWAN TOWNSHIP. —              The board requested a more                                                                                                                                            tion o f a Haz]et_Township man said it found nothing wrong
: 7'Aftera public hearing in which    complete plan, showing parking Similar expressions were <ji- ity of these assertions.              she was struck.                  lems had been solved and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              for receiving and .possessing", with: the remarks of Assistant
     no objections were raised, the   facilities at the site as well as rected at Republicans.             Forsythe said the Republi- The warden was driving west industry would flock to their
                                                                                                                                                                                                              stolen property was upheld by Monmouth County Prosecutor
     Planning Board held until May    exits.                              "If you do not oppose the pro- cans envisioned $40 million a on W. Main St. about 7:30 p.m. door, he said
                                                                                                                                                                                                              the Appellate Division of Su- Solomon Lautman and those
     15 action on the proposed Janis    Hans Froehlich urged Mrs. posal to increase New Jersey's year from increasing the tax when the accident occurred. More and more money is                              perior Court.                      of Judge Simmill in his charge
     Construction Co. subdivision on  Malinconico to hold her plan cigarette tax from 11 cents to by a nickel-a-pack. The normal Preliminary hospital reports being poured into this overpaid
     Van Brackle Road.                until a meeting of the Garden 16 cents per pack, your trou- return for a one-cent increase then said Mrs. Palmer suf- and inadequate system, he                            Vincent J . Cannara, Hazlet to the jury.
        The application called for    State Parkway slated for mid- bles will only be beginning. is $9 million a year but the fered cuts and bruises on her contended, adding that Mayor                      Ave., had appealed a jury con-       During the appeal, the state
     subdivision of one lot into four,May. The authority plans to Such a tax increase would not Burlington County lawmaker right leg.                           . ,       Schwartz is now begging for         viction of April, 1967, in a trial was represented by Assistant
     on which three houses would      discuss lane expansion of theonly give New Jersey the high- said there would be a tailoff             The 65-year-old warden was additional water from Freehold         before Superior Court Judge Monmouth County Prosecutor
     be built. A two-family home al-  parkway, which would affect est taxes in the nation, it would in smoking at the start of any visibly shaken over the acci- Borough and elsewhere. •                     Elvin R. Simmill in Freehold.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Thomas L. Yaccarino.
     ready exists on one lot, but     the tavern, located on a park- also give the state of New Jer- tax increase and the yield dent and was waiting in his The former mayor charged                             He was charged with possess-
     Lawrence Hecker, attorney for    way access road just off Lower sey a new partner — the un- would be subsequently reduced. parked car for a Freehold po- that the present mayor offered                   ing women's clothing stolen
                                                                        derworld. If you don't believe      "We projected a $5 million liceman to drive him home. residents "a lame excuse" that              from      Freewood   Sportswear         INSTALLATION SET
     the firm, assured homeowners     Main St.
     from > the Van Brackle-June        Mrs. Malinconico said the it, look at neighboring New tailoff which would bring in $40 Within minutes, he had a heart water rationing was necessary                   Inc., a dress factory in Bel- ' HOWELL TOWNSHIP-Mrs.
     Place area that only one-family  tavern was located far enough York State where bootlegging million," said Forsythe.                seizure and died.                because April was a dry month.      mar. Judge Simmill sentenced Harry Christie Jr., will install
     dwellings will be built.         from the parkway and would has been rampant ever since More facts may come out He was succeeded in the post                            "If he were truthful," he con-   him to 3-5 years in State the newly elected slate of of-
        Two houses would face June    probably not be affected. She its cigarette tax was increased out and we may have to take by Ralph Cook, then deputy tinued, "he would frankly ad-                      Prison.                            ficers of the Ardena-Grebling
     Race and the third Van Brack-    added she would resubmit her in 1965."                             another look," he added.        warden.                          mit that our existing well is not      Through his attorney, Charles Parent-Teacher        Association
     le Road. All would conform       plans at a special meeting .of      The Tobacco Distributors of      Forsythe, who says he Isadore I. Zlotkin of Freehold producing the amount of water                 Frankel of Asbury Park, Mr. May 13 in Ardena School.
                                      the board, May 15.                New Jersey placed booklets on smokes more than a pack a represents the Palmers.                   required and has nothing what       Cannara contended he did not         Mrs. Donald Terry will be
     to side, back and front line                                                                        day, said he would hope a price                                  so ever to do with the weather."
     requirements.                                                                                                                                                                                            receive a fair trial on the        chairman of a white elephant
                                                                                                         increase would cause him to Breakdowns? Check the "Bus- Mr McCornick asked if the                    charge because of prejudicial sale to be held at that time.
       The board gave approval to                                                                        cut down on his own smoking. iness Notice and Directory" col- township cannot supply an ade-         remarks by the prosecutor and        Mrs. Clyde Johnson was ap-
     the application of John Marz,                                                                       But he said he doubts that it

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                                                                                                                                                                          quate amount of water now,          alleged improper instructions pointed x as chairman of the
    for a subdivision of an 85,000                                                                       would.                          dy repairs now!                  how will it supply the hundreds     by the trial judge.                eighth grade graduation dance.
     square-foot lot at Rt. 35 and
     Amboy Ave. Approvalis sub-
     ject to deeds of dedication as
     per county request for a five-        MARCH AIR. FORCE BASE, Calif. — Former President
    foot easement in anticipation Dwight D. Eisenhower is reported making excellent re-
     of future widening of Amboy covery from his third heart attack since 1955.
     Ave.                                   "The general's progress to this point has been very en-
 ... The property has undergone couraging," medical authorities said yesterday.'
     de facto subdivision by the The seizure appeared less severe than those in 1965
     state, because of a jughandle and 1955, the experts said, adding that there have been no
     onto Amboy Ave. The minor complications since the retired five-star general was flown
     subdivision divides the lot in here by helicopter from his whiter home in Palm Desert,
     two.                              Calif., on Monday.
       Robert C r o n h e l n r was
    grantedAwojninof subdivisions     Rusk Pushes Aid Bill                                    ,
                                                                                                                                  with the help of the most unusual SALE
     on property betweenfit,35 and
     Matawan Ave., just south of            WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Dean Rusk, urging                                                             fWutchmfs^by
' Cliffwood Ave.                       congressional enactment of a $2.1 billion foreignj-aid bill,
       The first subdivision divides says the United States can afford to spend less than one                                     Drexel you ever heard of
    oneHlracE into two acre lots. per cent of its wealth to help build a safer, more prosperous
     A second subdivision granted to , world.
     Tamat Realty Co. subdivides a         Rusk told the House Foreign Affairs Committee aid
     two-acre parcel from a 19-acre must be continued for South Vietnam and other Southeast
     tract and joins it to a lot Asia nations, as well as for the countries of Latin America.
     granted under the first appli- and Africa.
    cation.     _,
                                                                                                                                           Savings to 20%                                                                          $2MVolu» — NOW ONLY $ 1 8 9
       Mr. Cronhelm explained that    Price Cooperation Pledged
_ t h e expanded lot, which faces
 • -Rt7 35,' will be' used for a de-       WASHINGTON —= Officials of major auto firms have_
    partftient store and parking told Congress they will, work with the government in an ef-
    facilities.                        fort to pin down the price of auto-safety devices required by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Start with your drum eftf»ptrficMon room. Thou tarn
       The board held action on a flaw. '                         '•       .                                             the mott trotted turns In furnltun
                                           The promise came yesterday at a.Senate Government.                                                                                                                                that droam into • itcjlity with MM h«lp of foul
    site plan approval to Florence
    Malinconico, for the addition Operations subcommittee presided over by Sen. Abraham                                                                                                                              txcltln| fach. Endow your roam with tha trauurtd
     of a 15 by 16-foot storage area A. Ribkoff, "D-C6nn. There has been considerable contro-                                                                                                                     tarty     of tofai and chain by D r m l , fully uphoUtond
     and kitchen on Flo's Bar, 1 versy on how much it costs the manufacturers to include
     Central Ave.                      such devices and how much the buyer has to pay.                                                                                                                               ,-    and mattorfully tailond. Dltcoyor that yon K B
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     afford tha luxury of D M M I tinea our unuiuol SALI
                                                                       Man Is Beaten,
   Country Day School                                                  Warrant Issued                                                                                                                     -u-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (aval you 2 0 % en avarythingl Any way you figura It
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              haroino, you tdvo from $30.00 to $10O.0O.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Multiply your plaaiuro with tht knowltdo* you'va
                                                                      MATAWAN - A warrant has
   'Curtain Going Up*.
           RUMSON — The sound of "Curtain Going Up" will echo
                                                                    been issued for a man's arrest
                                                                    after a Matawan resident was
                                                                    beaten in his home early today.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tnv*tt*d In Droxal /crafttmanthlp: tailoring axeslknea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                with tirfttd backs, ravanibh T-cuihlons and kick-pltat
                                                                      Ponce said Stewart Jones, 24,                                                                                                                              tklrtt; doublo eon* coll springs for lotting
       through the corridors of Rumson Country Day School to- of 7 Ravine Drive,, suffered                                                                     $499 Value —NOW ONIY $ 3 9 9
       night as the students present their second annual Spring head injuries when a man en-                                                                                                                              ntllioBcy; solid hardwood fromti for maximum
       Festival. The fun will begin at 8 p.m. in the school audi- tered his home at 3:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                                        •lability and long Ufa,
       torium and'will feature mini-productions of "Oliver" and and beat him with an automo-
       "Mr. Roberts."                                               bile jack.
           Girls of the eighth and ninth grades will sing and dance
       their way through the popular musical, "Oliver." Heading       Mr. Jones was taken to Perth
       the large cast will'be Maury Bowers as Oliver, Cynthia Amboy General Hospital where
    . Joice as the Artful Dodger, Anne Pisteil as Fagan, Claire he was treated with sutures                                                                    $239 Vah»—NOW ONLY                                                   Drexel collection. At no extra cost
       Tulp as Nancy and Mary Pat Fischer as Bill Sykes/            and released. He was scheduled
           "Mr. Roberts Revisited," an all-male production, will to return to the hospital today                                                                                                                               you specify any one of 13 choice fabrics
       feature Bruce Bruckman, Steve Bassett, Richard .Klyce, for X-rays.
                                                                      A warrant charging atrocious
       Hans Huber, Jeff Cubbage and Dan Collinson.
       •'• The girls' play has been directed by Mrs/Ruth Egner, • assault and battery was issued
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and any one of 76 stylish colors.
       while the boy's effort has been coached by Headmaster for John Howard, 25, of 71                                                                                                                                        _            Just like custom tailoring!
       Theodore K. Tischler.                                        Woodland Drive, Cliffwood
           The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Jane Miller, Beach, police said.
       will sing several selections and there will be a piano solo                                                                                                                                                               Today, feast your eyes on this Drexel
       by Richard Klyce.
           All students, parents and interested friends are being      Car Demolished,                                                                                                                                                collection. Be a quick herotaef
     . invited. Last year's, festival was hailed by the large au-
                                                                       Driver Injured
                                                                           HOWELL — Howell State
                       Gain more leisure Hrne...                        Police said William Smith, 39
                                                                        Cannon Road, Freehold, was

                                pay your bills at home                  in fair condition today in. Paul
                                                                       Kimball Hospital, Lakewood,
                                                                       •With injuries suffered when his
                                                                       c i r went off the road on. Rt. 9
                                                                       and was demolished.
                                                                      / They reported the accident
                                                                       occurred at 2:25 a.m. today.
                                                                       Mr. Smith's car was going
                                                                       south on Rt. 9 when it went
                                                                       off the road, traveled 368 feet,
                                                                       hit a guide pole, struck a tele-                                                 $499 Valira — NOW ONLY $ 3 9 9
                                                                       phone pole and turned over.
                                                                       Trooper William Yodice in-

                                                                       Car Rolls Over,
                                                                       Two Men Hurt
                                                                         MIDDLETOWN - Police re-i
                                                                                                             I                                                                                                                  $239 VOIIM —NOW ONLY $ 1 8 9

                                                                       ported that two persons were
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                                                                       accident at 10 p.m. They were
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  •i-THE 0A1WT 8EGISTE R,                       Leon G. Dopp                     William E. Willett           Mrs. Mary R. Volk                                    Pctrfcia Lee Brady •         Frank E. Sirkel.          :       Bay Drowns Ift Deal Lake
 ^Thursday, M«y 2,1968                                                                                                                                                          FAIK HAVEN - F m « C.
                                          EATQNTOWN - Leon G. RED BANK — William Ever- BOSWELL, Pa. — Mrs. LEONARDO - Patricia Lee                                                                                                              ard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ASBURY PARK — A ten- Rouland, Dr. Gllman add.
                                        Dopp, of-SSO Grant A m , died     «tt Willett, 87, of 150 South Mary Eachel Volk, 71, of ttds Brady, two-day-old daughter of Sickels of 200 Hance Road, year-old boy drowned in Deal The boy Was pronounced dead
   lira.Marie M. Laird                  yesterday at Monmouth Medi- St., died yesterday in ^liver- place, died yesterday in Me-              Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brady of Fair Haven, died Wednesday at Lake at 6:35 p.m. yesterday, on arrival at Jersey JShore
                                                                          view Ho:pital where he had        morial Hospital, Johnstown, 114 Center Ave., died Tuesday bis home.                                according to police,             Medical Center, Neptune. -
         MIDDLETOWN -Mrs. Marie j cal Cuiiter, Long Branch.               been a patient VA weeks.
    i l . . Lafrd, 71, of 101 Cherry He was born In Cadosia, N.Y., Mr. Willett was born in Port Pa. She was the mother of the n Monmouth Medical Center,                        He was born in Passalc,' >. They Identified the youngster Police said the accident oc-
                                                                                                            Rev. David G. Voile, pastor of Long Branch.                       son of the late Guy and Helen as Omega Crudup, 1911 Spring- curred at the 4th and Ridge
   Tree Farm Road. Middletown, a son of the late Mr, and Mr.              Monmouth, son of the late Wil-                                                                      Cullington Sickels. He was a wood Ave., Neptune.                  Ave. side ol the lake. A resi-
    8ied Tuesday al Uivei view Hos- Milo Dopp, lie was retired from liam W, and I,uciiida Colvert Grace Lutheran Church, Free- Surviving, besides her par-                    resident of the Bed Bank area County Medical Examiner C. dent of the area( Anthony Pen,
                                                                                                                                             ents, are her maternal grand- for most of his life.
    pital, Red Hank                     the N. Y. Central Railroad as Willett, and had lived in Mid-hold, N.J.                                                                                                 Malcolm B. Oilman said the ta, attempted to get to the '
         She was born in Newark, a coach carpenter.                       dletown before moving here Mrs. Volk is survived by an- arents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry He was an employe of theboy, his brother and a friend child before Mr. Rowland ar-
   daughter of the late Mr. and Surviving arc his wife, Mrs.
                                                                          two years ago.                    other son, Karl R. Volk of Aiker of Belford.                                                                                        rived at the scene.
                                                                                                                                                                              Overhead Door Corp., of Bedwere playing on the rocks The Freeman Funeral Home,
                                                                             Mr. Willett was a wheelman Lewes, -Del.; one sister; one Services were held yesterday Bank.                                       when the boy fell into the lake.
   .Mrs. Herman Bicgor.                 Mamie Kaul Dopp; a daugh- on Central Railroad of New                brother; six grandchildren, and in Condon Funeral Home, At-                                          The body was removed from Freehold, will be in charge of
   ' Surviving are a son, Robert, ter, Mrs. James W. Greene o Jersey ferries crossing the one great-grandchild. ..,                          lantic Highlands, with Rev. Surviving are his wife, Char- the water by skin diver How- arrangements.
    with whom she lived, and three Fair Haven; a brother, Her- Hudson River for 40 years. He Funeral services will be Sat- Michael J. Lease, pastor of St. lotte Soule Sickels; a daughter,
                                        man Dnpp of Jnhnson City retired foup years ago.                    urday at 2 p.m. in St. Andrew's Agnes Catholic Church, Atlan- Mrs. Helen Baldwin' of Fair

    grandchildren,                      N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Henrj
         Funeral services will lie con- Paden and Mrs. Blanche Harsh         Surviving are his widow, Lutheran Church, here.                 tic Highlands, officiating. Bur- Haven; a sister, Mrs, Helen
                                                                          Mrs. Mabel llyers Willett; a                                        ial was in Mount Olivet Ceme* Field of Red Bank; and a
    ducted at 8 a.m. Saturday at both of Binghampton, N.Y. daughter, Mrs. Stanley O. Croy                                                     tery, Middletown.
                                        arid two grandchildren.                                                  Infant Colmorgen                                             grandson, Charles S. Stevens
     William S. Anderson Funeral                                          den of Eatontown; a brother
     Home. A Mass of Requiem will          Funeral services will be heir Norman Willett and a sister,          RED BANK — The infant son                                      of Fair Haven.
                                                                                                             of Fred and Janet Lane Col-          Mrs. Mary T i r p a k
     be offered at 9 a.m. in a.m. Saturday in th Mrs. Charlotte Poling, both ol morgen of 105-D Branch Ave.                                                         Funeral services will be at
                                                                                                                                                ISELIN — Mrs. Mary Hvis-
    Mary's Catholic Church, New William f>. Anderson Funera Port Monmouth, and one grand died Tuesday in Monmouth
     Monmouth. Burial will be in Home, Red Bank, with. Dr son. . .-_.
                                                                                                                                             dak Tirpak, 74, of 48 Adams      11:30 a.m. Saturday from the
                                                                                                             Medical Center, Long Branch. St. died yesterday in John F. Adams Memorial Home, Broad
                                        Charles S. Webster, officiating      The funeral will- bo Saturda
     Presl Haven Memorial Park, Burial will be in Woodlawi                                                     Also surviving are a sister,
                                                                           at 9:30 a.m. in the Worden Fu
                                  -..._ Cemetery,~in-Bronx, N . - X — iieral Home, Bed 3ank, witr, Sandra Carol Colmorgen, at
                                                                                                                                             Kennedy Memorial Hospital, St., Red Bank, with the Bev.
                                                                                                                                                                               Charles H. Best of the Trinity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              36 Main St.                           Keansburg
                                                                                                             Home; his paternal grand Edison; She was- the mother
                                                                          Rev. Edward B. Cheney, pastoi father, Fred Colmorgen Sr. ofof Mrs. Marion Horan of West Episcopal Church officiating.
                                                                          of the First Methodist Church Little Silver, and his maternal
                                                                          Red Bank, officiating. Buria grandfather, J. Webster Lane Keansburg.
                                                                                                                                                                               Burial will be in Fairview Cem-                WEEKEND
                                                                          will be in Fair View Cemetery, of Long Branch.                        Mrs. Tirpak was a native of etery, Middletown.
                                                                          Middletown.                                                        Czechoslovakia and lived in
                                                                                                               A graveside service will be Newark before moving here 18 Leo A. Koelzer Sr.
                                                                                                             held at 3:30 o'clock today in years ago.' She was a mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Polish SAUSAGE 29^
                                                                                 Joseph P.'Noll"
                                                                             EATONTOWN — Joseph P,
                                                                                                             Fair View Cemetery, Middle- ber of St. Cecelia's Catholic NEWARK — Leo A. Koelzer
                                                                                                             town, with Rev. Isaac C. Rot-Church, here, and was -theSr., 66, of 279 Ellery Ave., died
                                                                                                                                                                               yesterday at his home. He
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SMOKED H A M 29'»
                                                                           Noll, 74, of 12 Youmans Ave, tenberg, pastor of the New            widow of Janos Tirpak.
                                                                           died Tuesday in Monmoutr          Shrewsbury Reformed Church, Besides her daughter, she is was the father of Mrs. Henry
                                                                                                                                                                               Hutter Jr. of Hazlet.
                                                                           Medical Center, Long Branch. officiating. The John E. Daysurvived by four sons, John
                                                                             Mr. Noll was born in New charge of arrangements.
                                                                           York City, and had reside
                                                                                                             Funeral Home, here, is in Tirpak Jr. of Irvington, Mi- Also surviving are his wi-
                                                                                                                                              chael Tirpak of Iselin, George dow, Mrs. Margaret O'Leary
                                                                                                                                                                               Koelzer; a son, Leo A. Koelzer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CHICKEN          .»                          s>
                                                                           here 25 years. He retired i
                                                                           1959 as a tool maker for Bel          Mrs. Jane Francy
                                                                                                                                              Tirpak of North Plainfield and
                                                                                                                                              Stephen Tirpak of Menlo Park; Jr. of Newark; two sisters, the
                                                                                                                                                                              Misses Cecilia M. and Anne
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              BACON SLICED 39&
                                                                           Telephone Laboratories, Holm'       HAZLET — Mrs. Jane Fran 14 grandchildren, and four Koelzer of Randolph Township,
                                                                           del, after 18 years with the or cy, 83, of 24 Stanford Drive, great-grandchildren.
                                                                           ganization.                       died yesterday in Emery Man- A Requiem Mass will be of-
                                                                                                                                                                              and two grandchildren.                          PORK CHOPS 391
                                                                             He was a communicant of St.or.Nursing Home, Matawan. '           fered Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. A High Requiem Mass will
                                                                           Jerome's Catholic Church, West Born in Asbury Park, she Cecelia^, Church. Burial, un- be offered at 9:15 a.m. Satur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CHUCK ROAST .49$.
                                                                           Long Branch, a member of tnej Jived most of her life in theder the direction of. the Thom- day in Sacred Heart Catholic
                                                                           Old Guard of Red Bank and a Matawan-Keyport area.                  as J. Costello Funeral Home, Church, Vailsburg. The Burns
                                                                           honorary life member of th' The widow of Thomas J. will be in St. Gertrude's Ceme- Funeral ofHome, here, is in
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                                                                                                                                              tery, Woodbridge.               charge       arrangements.
                                                                           Communications Workers            Francy, she was a member of
                     Solid, substantial* people                            America,                          St. Benedict's,Catholic Church,
                                                                             Surviving are a daughter, here.
                     with an eye to the future.                            Mrs. Gertrude Urbanski with         She was a member- of the
                                                                                                                                                                    NOW—Through Saturday, May 4, Only
                                                                           whom he lived; a son, Joseph Altar Rosary Society of St. Jo-
                     N o ma11er w h a t t h e                              T, NQU of Jackson Township; seph's Catholic Church, Key-
                     economy does».. they are
                                                                           a sister, Mrs. Martha Mackerel port, and a past president of
                                                                           of Babylon, N. Y.; a brother, the PTA of St. Joseph's School,
                                                                           William Noll of Astoria, N. Y.; Keyport.
                    -ieeure Tr rwlth money~in-a-                           and flvegrandehildrenr              Surviving:, are five -sons,
                                                                             A Requiem Mass will, be of Thomas A. Francy and Edward
                     growing insured Savings                               fered Saturday at 9 a.m. in St R. Francy, both of Matawan,
                                                                           Jerome's Church. Burial, un- Eugene V. Francy of Las Veg-
                     Account. Try id __          ;                         der the direction of the Robert as, Nev., Dr. Donald G. Francy
                                                                          XTJrsra~H8me"for Funerals oHyndhurarrand Norbert Fran=
                                                                           Eatontown, will be in Kens cy of Red Bank; three daugh'
                                                                           co Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, ters, Mrs. George D. Ward of

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                       Red Bank                                              WEST BELMAR -> Alfred T. Matawan; two sisters, Mrs.
                                                                          Bedell, 86, of 928 Seventeenth Mary White and Mrs. Dorothy
                                                                          Ave., died Tuesday in Jersey McQuarrie, both of Matawan;
                                                                          Shore Medical Center, Neptune. 17 grandchildren, and 17 great
                                                                             Surviving are his son, Earl grandchildren.
                                                                          II. Bedell of Eatontown] three A Requiem High Mass will be
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                                                                          don Williamson of Manasquan, ial, under direction of Day Fu-
                BROAD ST. and BERGEN PL., RED IANK                        and Mrs. Frank Viacchiano of neral Home, Keyport, will be
                                 741*3700                                 this place, 10 grandchildren arid in St, Joseph's Cemetery, Key
                                                                                                                                                                        on these
                                                                          IT great-grandchildren.
               "Where You Save Does Make a Dif                               The Bodirie Funeral Home,
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                                                                                                               Surviving, besides his moth-
                                                                                                            er, are his widow, Margaret
                                                                                                            Dinan Hendricks; two sons,
                                                                                                            Frank Hendricks J r . and Har-
                                                                                                            ry Hendricks, both at home; a
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                                                                                                                     DEATH NOTICE
                                                                                                           KOELZBR — Leo Ir. on May 1, 1961
                                                                                                           or 270 Ellery Ave., Newark. Hiuband
                                                                                                           of Margaret O'Leary KoelEftr, father
                                                                                                           of Leo A. Koelzer, Jr. or Newark,
                                                                                                           and Mr*. Henry (Manure!) Hutter.

                                                                                                           Jr., ot HaUet. Funeral from the
                                                                                                           "Burna Funeral Home," 443 Sanford
                                                                                                           Avenue, netr South Oranie Ave.,
                                                                                                           Newark, on Saturday May 4th. at
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                                                                                                            John Jr., Mlchnet, Oeorfe, Stephen
                                                                                                            anil Mrs. Marlon Horan. The tuneral
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                                                                                                                                        THE-J^ILY REGISTER, Thursday/ May f,, 1968—5
 State Okays 5 Monmouth High Schools                                                                                                                                                                                                        OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. *
  •TRENTON — Five Monmouth
 County secondary schools have
                                 renewed through June 30, 1973, —Two courses in appliance
                                 for Red Bank High School and repair to be offered to students                                             "ASTRO-eUIDE" By Ceean                                                                      Daily 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. • Wed. & Fri. 'til 9 P.M.
 been approved by the state De-  Southprn Freehold Regional in grades 11 and ]2 at Mon-
 partment of Education.                                                                                                                                                       Friday, M§y 3
                                 High School, Howell Township. mouth          County        Vocational
  . The department has granted
^Initial approval, expiring June
                                   The department has ap- School, Asbury Park.
                                 proved these liew elective —A course in part-time co-
                                                                                                                                           Present—For You and Yours . . . Make plans
                                                                                                                                           to go home next weekend if possible. Travel will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ORTHO COMBINATION OFFER
 30, 1971, to Bayshore Junior    courses, to be offered next operative industrial occupa-                                                  under excellent aspects from a safety standpoint,                                                     BUY AN ORTHO                          GET A 5,000 SO. FT. SIZE
 High School, Thompson Junior    year by county high schools:     tions, to be offered in grades                                           too. Today, keep at the job even though more inter-                                                                                        FOR $1.50 (REGULAR $4.95)
 High School and Thome Junior      —Four courses in art, to be 9 through 12 at Neptune Senior                                              esting pursuits beckon, especially in romantic areas.                                            WHIRLYBIRD SPREADER
 High School, all Middletown     offered in grades !) through 12 High School, Neptune Town                                                 Don't try to combine business with pleasure — it's                                                                                          OR A 10,000 SQ. FT. SIZE
 Township. Approvals have been   for Keyport High School.         ship.                                                                    disastrous.                               <•                                                              FOR $5.95
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FOR $5.00 (REGULAR $8.95)
                                                                      —Basic typing to be offered
                                                                  in grades 9 through 12 and note                                                           The Day Under Your Sign
                                                                  taking for grades 11 to 12, al
                 FOLDING ALUMINUM                                 Red Bank High School.                                                    Arid. Bern Msr- 2| to Apr. 19
                                                                                                                                           You should be in'a. more ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Libra. Sept. 23 to Oct. 22
                                                                                                                                                                                            Optimism ii~w<rrutedr 9on*t
                                                                 ... .™«Two =i'.onrsfiS- in homa eco-                                    ^ «nua«M5 position now to swing                    look backward. It a 106 Wle'tfi
        CHAISE & 2 CHAIRS                                         nomics, to be offered to grades
                                                                  9 through 12 and a course in                                              Taurus. April 2 0 to May 20
                                                                                                                                            Don't tip your hand until you
                                                                                                                                                                             Scorpio. Oct. 2} to Nor. 21
                                                                                                                                                                             You slimild be raking in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LAWN FOOD
                   with wooden arms
                                                                                                                                                                             doiiKh by now. And you're in a
                                                 95               marriage and family life, to be
                                                                  offered to grade 12, at-Shore
                                                                                                                                           are more certain that plans are
                                                                                                                                            all set.                         upending mood, too.
                   3-PIECE SPECIAL                                                                                                         ©•mini. May 21 fo J u n . 31      Sagittarius."D**..__.
                                                                  Regional High School, West                                               When you total up the score,      You may just be fooling around
                                                                  Long Branch.                                                             you" may be surprised how far while others are ''playing for

                Huffman & Boyle                                                                Find a new way of life! Checl
                                                                                                                                          - ahead ,you are,.'                l«eps."
                                                                                                                                          ^Cancer.JBH»22 JO July Jl...._... .Cipriearn. Dae. 22 j o J*p. 2!L
                                                                                                                                            Acquisition of unusual objpei    Be sure what you say can't he
                                                                                                                                            m i ; jmrt yoa in the apnflishn  everhfard h? those you don'l
       Rt. 35 Circle • Eatontown, N. J. 542-1010                                             the "Business Opportunities'' ii               via TV or newspapers.            want to knotr jour feelings.
                                                                                                                                        -J^o.Juty-ttJo An,. 21               Aouariut. Jin. 21 to Feb. If i
 •flllili                                                                                    today's~ClassJfied-Ads!:;-—                    InfonaMwn JMJT hare. !«k™         Privacy necessary if yen-would™
                                                                                                                                            out in the vfong plara; be alert aceoftthlisH Jour quota.-Ontlook
                                                                                                                                            fortnwbie.                       for progress fine.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Without Whlrlybird Purchase — 50c off 4.95 Box — 1.00 off 8.95 Box
                                                                                                                                            Virgo. Aua. 22 fe S»pi.,22       Pi<c*<. Feb. 20 »o March 20

          See what you get in this
                                                                                                                                            Dmde by two whit you hear.       Legal Pipers under fine rays.
                                                                                                                                            Move with extreme caution in
                                                                                                                                            financial natters.
                                                                                                                                                                             Close deal which hai been paid'
                                                                                                                                                                              ins for some time.                                       LIQUID PLANT FOOD & LIQUID EVERGREEN
                                                                                                                                                                                           1968, Publishers-Han Syndicate                        and AZALEA FOOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1c BUYS THE SECOND GALLON I
          General Electric 2-Door 14'                                                                                               'The Boyfriend? Opens                                                                                          U
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                                                                              H I A ZERO-DECREE
                                                                                                                                    At School Tomorrow
                                                                                                                                      FREEHOLD - The junior bonnett, by Kathy Spalholz;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GALLON AT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GET SECOND
                                                                              B i b FREEZER
                                                                                   holds up to 132 lbs.
                                                                                                                                    class of Freehold Regional Perclval Brown, by Mike Ro-
                                                                                                                                    High School will present "The senblatt, and Tony's very En-
                                                                                                                                    Boyfriend," a musical spoof of glish parents, Lord and Lady
                                                                                                                                    the 1920's, tomorrow and Sat-    Brockhurst, by Dave Garrison
                                                                                                                                    urday and May 10 and 11 atand Mary Jane Parmly. Bnhby
                                                                                                                                    8:15 p.m.                        Van Heusen, a rich good-look-
                                                                               AUTO-DEFROST                                           The play was produced off- ing American; is played by
                                                                                                                                    Broadway starring Julie An- Mike Kurman. Others in the
                                                                                     No defrosting ever! Refrigerator
                                                                                                                                    drews. It takes place at Ma-cast are Leo Northhart, Jay
                                                                                                                                    dame Dubonnett's School for Bernzweig, Ed Matlin, Bob
                                                                                     does all the work automatically,
                                                                                                                                    Young Ladies, on .the French Bennet, Phil Bologna and Dave
                                                                                                     muss! No,, fuss!               Riviera, Attending the school Kolodjeski.
                                                                                                                                    are seven "perfect young la- The play is directed by Wil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       TWICE THE BEAUTY FOR ONLY 1c MORE!
                                                                                                                                    dies," Polly, played by Jean liam Starsinic. Sets and cos-                                                              COMPLETE SELECTION OF ORTHO CHEMICALS
                                                                                                                                    Parker; Maisie, Dee Slade; tumes were designed-by Joseph
                                                                                                                                    Dulcie, Karen Koenig; Fay, Reilly. The orchestra will be                                           • CHLORDANE • WEED-B-GONE • TRIOX WEED KILLER
                                                                                                                                    Judy Rosenblum; Nancy, Chris conducted by Zeber Stetler. All                                         Isotox Garden Spray •Chinchbug Spray Rose Dust
                                                                                                                                    Casino; Vera.'Carol Grubb, and are teachers at Freehold Re-
                                                                                                                                    Lolita, played by Betty Trahim. gional High School. Choreog-
                                    Model TB14S
                                    13.5 cu. ft. Nat Volume                                                                           Tony, the boyfriend, is played raphy was done by Betty                                           We Will Spread Scotts Turf
                                                                                                                                    by KevinSheeliy; Madame DIK Ttahimraseniorr"                 '-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Builder and Lawn Chemicals
       NO DOWN PAYMENT!                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Purchase Must Be 50.00 or Mora
          EASY TERMS!
   Ganiril Electric nfrijitalora cirry t ent
                                                           13.5 eu. ft. of storage space in only 3O'/j"l Takes no more floor
                                                          space than an 'old-fashioned 8'l Yet almost twice as much storage
                                                       , Jilusconveniencii features that take the work out of housework! C u t :
                                                         'shopping trips! Sllde-out shelf .puts everything in easy reachl 2 full,
                                                                                                                                    Symphonw Band Has
                                                                                                                                    _._.jy.-.._             JL__                                                 _ _^       _ _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ._ _ _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     To Be Eligible
   yiir npilr warranty againit minulictur.
  •*il dilielt en inliri rtfr!|irator; 4 yuri
   additional en tuled-ln iilfi|inlini jjstirn.
                                                          width, 2 part-width shelves in the door. y 2 gal. milk cartons, tall
                                                          bottles I t In bottom shelf. Removable aS-egg bin. Fits flush to rear,
                                                          no dirtcatchlng coils on back. Avocado, Coppertona, White.
                                                                                                                                    Its Concert Tomorrow                                                                                TURF BUILDER plus 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1. PROVIDES FULL FERTILIZATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               COVERS 10,000 SQ. FT.

      •Minimum RtUilPrict
                                      You may order the model shownthrough us, your franch!««dGE dealer.
                                                     Sea our currant display, prices and term*.
                                                                                                                                    —LONG BRANCH — The an-            •the-19'68 Region "II" All State
                                                                                                                                    nual spring concert of the Long Band, an alternate for the 1968
                                                                                                                                    Branch High School Symphon- All State Orchestra and a mem-
                                                                                                                                    ic Band will be tomorrow at ber,of the 1968 All Shore Band.
                                                                                                                                    8:30 p.m. in Long Branch Ju- Mauro Baldanza and Jeremy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2. PREVENTS "CHICK WEED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        3. CONTROLS DANDELIONS and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           HOST OF OTHER WEEDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12            95

                                                                                                                                    nior High School Auditorium. Salter serve as band managers                                                     VANDY CRAFT
                                                                                                                                       Dominic E, Soriano, director and Sharon Hamer, Patricia                                                                                             PLANTATION PATTERNS
                                                                                                                                    of instrumental music at Long Hayes, Gretchen Lapidus, Mar-                                              REDWOOD SET                              UNUSUAL VALUE WROUGHT IRON
                                                                                                                                    Branch,High School, will con- tha Lewis and Emily Tepper                                                                                          48" UMBRELLA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          AN UNUSUAL VALUE • IN CARTONS
                                                                                                                                    duct."""" 7        v" """-;--'-~- are-band librarians,
                                                                                                                                                      r :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •   WITH CUSHIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        TABLE with
                                                                                                                                      Featured soloist will be flut- Section principals are Emily                                      2 DELUXE ARM CHAIR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      4 ARM CHAIRS.
                                                                                                                                    ist Emily Tepper, who will play Tepper, Stephen Cooper, Fred-                                      1 DELUXE LOVE SEAT
                                                                                                                                    "Pour Un Petit Chien Clown," erick Liptta, Peter Olivadoti,                                        2 COCKTAIL TABLES    REG. 157.45                 REG. 159.95
                                                                                                                                    accompanied      by Barbara Rebecca Small, Robert Ruscil,
                                                                                                                                                                       Franklin Hardy, Manuel Vizln-
                                                                                                                                    Briggs. A student of Francis ho and William Carty.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        4 CARLOADS OF FENCING!
        46 Monmouth St., Red Bank                                                                                                   Blaisdell, nationally known
                                                                                                                                    flute teacher and performer, A SQUAD FUND DRIVE
                                                                                                                                    Miss Tepper is the daughter of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WE WILL INSTALL WHAT WE SELL — WITH OUR OWN CREWI

                                                                                                                                                                         MATAWAN - The local                                                MAINE WHITE CEDAR
        Open Wed. and Fri. Nights t i l 9:30 741-4310,                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tepper first aid and rescue squad will
                                                                                                                                    of 721 Westwood Ave. An Allconduct 'its annual fund drive                                          C*J%.fl|#jk|%E                        '8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            6x '           VERY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CASH ' N ' CARRY
                             Free Parking Rear of Store                                                                             Shore Symphonic Band mem- beginning Monday.                                                        9IWVI%MI#LG                        with post       SPECIAL

                                                                                                                                    ber for two years, she has also Squad members, dressed in                                                MAINE WHITE CEDAR— Vi ROUND                  MAINE WHITE CEDAR—FULL ROUND
                                                                                                                                    been a member of the Long white coveralls, white hats and

            Highway 35. Eatontown
        Open every night 'til 9 P.M.                                              542-4131
                                                                                                                                    Branch Summer Youth Honors carrying identification cards,
                                                                                                                                    Symphonic Band.                    will visit aU borough residences
                                                                                                                                      The band includes a number soliciting contributions.
                                                                                                                                    of student musicians who have Donations also may be
                                                                                                                                    won selection to honors -groups. mailed to the squad at P.O.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            POST and RAIL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            On* Po$t—Two Rails
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                10 Ft. Long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cain V Carry

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    DUBOIS— Vi ROUND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2  99                POST and RAIL 4 9 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ont Post—Two Roili
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               10 F t Long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Caih V Carry

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CYPRESS—FULL ROUND
                                                                                                                                    Rebecca Small is a member of Box 28, Matawan, 07747.                                                    POST and RAIL                                  POST and RAIL
- •                                         ..              • •   »     ^ v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ono Poir—Two Rails
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 10'8" Long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            All Materials Treated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 with Ptnta

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WE REPRESENT DVBOIS FENCING IN MONMOUTH COUNTY!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ont Post—Two Rails
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                10'8" Long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           All Materials Treated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                with Penta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6 50

                                                                                                                                         In Hickey-Freeman                                                                                                                                \\Simplicitq
                                                                                                                                         customized clothes
                                                                                                                                         two tradition's meet —
                                                                                                                                         the tailor's ancient craft
                                                                                                                                         and the professional pride                                                             =
                                                                                                                                         of American enterprise.                                                               I
                                                                                                                                         JT-Kridel's current expansion,
                                                                                                                                     * fe.sults from pur faith
                                                                                                                                                  •   " •     . - - • • • •    _   -   ^     •

                                                                                                                                         in the continuing "success                                                                                                                                        BROADMOOR 717

                                                                                                                                       .of this healthy merger. *.                                                                                                                                   LANDLORD 2010

                                                                                                                                         Our spring and summer collection                                                      s                                                                                           GET
                                                                                                                                         of this fine clothing                                              ,                                        I
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               S V R G 3012 MJI                       \^              'W            ^^fnOAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       W» hava a proposition—we will deliver any Simplicity Mower—Ready to go wo will demon-
                                                                                                                                         is now complete.,                                                                             Itrate It—we will leave It with you for one cutting—all this without a deposit and without
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       obligation. If you like it—keep it and pay lor It—if not—return it without on* cent of cost
                                                                                                                                         Hickey-Freeman tropical suits,                                                                (tarmi available). Such q proposition comes from confidence and value.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        4    H.P. WONDERBOY                      '.              24" CUT . ..             289.95
                                                                                                                                          I75.0Q to 195.00                                                                     a        5    H.P. SERF                                :          28" CUT                  403.95
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6    H.P. YEOMAN                                         32" CUT                  503.00
                                                                                                                                         sport coats, 125.00 to 140.00,                                                                 7    H.P. BROADMOOR               wl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             lf;K,S« l t,;r 36" CUT                      725.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       12    H.P. SOVEREIGN                   w,,n E,.c,ic star. 48" CUT                1170.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        •       ALL    MODELS             IN    STOCK      I        •

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Safe—And So Can Everyone Else"                 The Register welcomes letters from its readers, pro-x
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       •     ' „              M. HAROLD KELLY. Publisher"                   '                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ber. Letters should be limited to 300 words. They should be
                                 Arthur Z. Kamin, Editor                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             typewritten. AH letters are subject to condensation and edit-
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       —6                                                                     THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1968
             miMifminyfjffliir'iHjmiMmJHfiTiFiiinii^ijfMitr^Si'iiH'-^iiii^-iii'iMiFirfiirtiiittjniitJisniiHtii' : wuiiiinru.^ H[^i;Mil!;H;:,i]!ri|[:r||||^i:r;ll|l|!l^^l^1ltH[^lFtli^^llnllttL;|^l!;lii^^[lmlCl:ltsillli1lrtjiMl1lllll^ll^n]i^^Illllrf^rl!]!ltll!lHl•                                                                                       Destructive Criticism
                            Welcome Entry to the Race                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 To the Editor:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      18 Highland Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Rumson, N.J.
            We're mighty happy New York's                                                                                             stability,                        the governor                                       is              offering
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          A nameless radio commentator recently interviewed a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      totally misinformed individual, representing a London daily
   •pounced he is a candidate for the Re-                                                                                           consideration,                                                                                                                                                                                                    newspaper. The former deliberately baited the latter into
    publican nomination for the presi-                                                                                                 His declaration is one of theex-                                                                                                                                                                               making-derogatory, undeserved statements about our coun-
   dency.Although this is not an en-                                                                                               "amples of his_qua_lifications to be^a                                                                                                                                                                             try..
   dorsement JOL his candidacy, jyve Jbe.-:.                                                                                        candidate for thp nation's top office.                                                                                                                                                                                The following quotes are words in essence, not verbatim:
    lieve he represents the best in. mod-                                                                                           He is an able man with a back-                                                                                                                                                                                        Questiiyi 1—"In view of the recent events in our coun-_
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      try, could you tell me how you think your country and the
  I r t r KepublfeaffilfS.  —^=^                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      world reacted?"                                   ——-—-
           "The 59-year-oldI mponaire should                                                                                    , service, and ^ne who can give his                                                                                                                                                                                       Answer 1—"We were not surprised. We regard the ,
                                                                                                                                zssrfyr t.hc:mpim^^                                                                                                                                                                                                   U.S. £s a country of violence . ..." Etc., etc. . •_. '.'..__
   but in a year of unexpected happen-,                                                                                         ""tteeds"td'-help~Jvo'fers"fb'|iief'"that Bar^                                                                                                                                                                            Question 2—"Judging -from-youf .femaTks^hMJini'jfflf':
                                                                                                                                  ry Goldwater in 1964 was the GOP                                                                                                                                                                                    opinion, do you feel the U.S. has the right to assume the
   ings in both major political parties,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             position of world leader?" "          •<
   it should not hurt his chances in Mi-                                                                                          standard (bearer.         .
                                                                                                                                 — Rocky is popular in New Jersey,                                                                                                                                                                                        Answer 2—"Definitely not. It is only considered as such ,
   ami this August Richard M. Nixon,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 because of its tremendous wealth. It lias no right to con-
   the former Vice President should not                                                                                           and undoubtedly in Massachusetts,                                                                                                                                                                                  sider itself a moral leader . . . " Etc., etc. Unquote.
   be the only voice heard in the battle                                                                                          too,' as indicated by the surprising                                                                                                                                                                                    Furiously indignant with the ignorant and unjust as-'
   to carry the GOP banner.                                                                                                       victory for him there Tuesday. He                                                                                                                                                                                  sumptions of the Englishman. I refute Answer: Our country
                                                                                                                                  also seems acceptable to Monmouth's                                                                                                                                                                                is a great and wonderful one. And what is a country but
       The Republican Party, and per-                                                                                             Republican leaders, particularly J.                                                                                                                                                                                its people? I have traveled from coast to coast, have
   haps the. nation, could benefit from                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              met people from 26 states, and always feel so warmly satisfied
                                                                                                                                  Russell Woolley, the county chair-                                                                                                                                                                                 on reflecting that the majority of Americans are basically
   Nixon-Rockefeller d e b a t e s . From                                                                                         man, who said th&.governor's name on                                                                                                                                                                               good and purposeful individuals. It is an unfortunate fact
   them, delegates could get informa-                                                                                             the ballot could enhance' the advan-                                                                                                                                                                               that the corrupt and lawless element, even; though represent-
   tion that would provide an exact de-                                                                                          tage of GOP candidates for county                                                                                                                                                                                   ing a smaller percentage of the population, provides Sost
   finition of what the party stands for                                                                                          and local offices.                       :                                                                                                                                                                         of the material the news media thrives on. For every act
   in these times.                 "                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of violence reported, there is the other side of the coin,
                                                                                                                                      With both parties^ generating In-                                                                                                                                                                              one thousand fold, unheralded.
      Particularly encouraging    was                                                                                             terest by all-out campaigns, we should                                                                                                                                                                                  Regarding Answer 2: In Mr. Warren J. Andrew's recent-
  Rockefeller's prompt pronouncement                                                                                              be in for-a most interesting summer.                                                                                                                                                                               ly extremely well written letter to the editor,, titled "Im-
  on Vietnam. By calling for a reversal                                                                                         * Thejesultj we hope, will be that the                                                                                                                                                                               possible Nightmare;" it is evident our country is grossly
                                                                                                                                  most outstanding candidate in No-                                                                                                                                                                                  and unjustifiably maligned in many quarters of the world.
  of the "Americanization" of the Viet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Would that more people pursued the truth and con-
  nam war effort and the convening of                                                                                             vember will be orie who can provide
  a council of Asian nations to work                                                                                              the leadership our, troubled nation                                                                                                                                             A CONSERVATIVE VIEW                structive analysis, rather than negative propaganda and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     destructive criticism!
  for economic progress and political                                                                                             needs.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      v         Sincerely,

               The Legislature's Responsibility                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Amnesty, No; Expulsion, Yes                                                                               Barbara M. Johnson

     ' In calling the $2 billion bond issue                                                                                           Assistant Senate Majority Leader
                                                                                                                                                                                               By JAMES i . KILPATRICK
                                                                                                                                                                                            The trustees of Columbia University,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the -University of Georgia, Long Island.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  College.                                  •'•'••
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Thanks From Deborah
  proposed by- a blue-ribbon commis-                                                                                            Raymond H. Bateman, R-Somersef, i by their spineless unwillingness to call in                                            At Barnard College in Manhattan, the                                                                                                      262 Beechwbod Drive
                                                                                                                                said about the same thing when he                      the cops 10 days ago, have made their                     administration groped abjectly with the                                                                                                           Shrewsbury, N.J.
  sion a "sobering and extraordinarily
                                                                                                                              -asked: -"How-mudr-can—the-putoh'e- own miserable contribution to the anarchy^
  injpressive document," Governor Rich-                                                                                                                                                                                                          who had lied — lied brazenly and willfully                                                              On behalf of the Red Bank Chapter of Deborah, I
                                                                                                                                take at one election?" Senate Presi-                   that is spreading a typhus contagion                      — i n order ty deceive the college as to Jier                                                       would like tQL take this opportunity to thank your paper,
  aijd J. Hughes was uttering profound,                                                                                         dent Edwin Forsythe, R-Burlington,                                            across American campus-            place of residence. The case, caused seri-                                                          and the members of your press, for their^operation with
  truthful words. Comments by Repub-                                                                                            in mentioning timing, size and selec-                                         es this spring.                    ous embarrassment to Barnard. .Linda                                                                the publicity given our activities this past year for Deborah,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Student-insurrection— -had-to-be-punishedithe-eollege-denied-lier^                                                                                                       i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      4 t r i J i t t Ia L iB a JJ Ii p l^ lL sJ ^ Deborah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              r                        ^         _
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ists held five buildings at        access to the snack bar.                                                                            specialises in heart surgery, tuberculosis, operabTfTIung
  too soon," however, should be serious-                                                                                        ahead."                                                                                                                        . * .                   *               *
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Columbia. Classes were                                                                                                                 cancer and all diseases of the chest.
  ly; questioned.              "                                                                                                      Those are the thoughts of respon-                                       suspended. A red flag                                                                                                                      Your ^excellent' coverage make our fund-raisings suc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        HERE AND THERE, it is true, a few
    :• At their special meeting today, we                                                                                       sible men who must ma k e » momen-                                           fluttered from the top of           public officials have • reacted with firm-                                                          cessful. ..".~.~TTi.~~"'T~ — •           '    ' "      '•
  hope those legislators recognize one                                                                                          tous decision, and we agree with                                             a mathematics hall. The             ness. Maryland's Governor Spiro Agnew                                                                  ^          .'.••"•"":'"•"          7   Sincerely,           :

  of the rhost important of the commis-                                                                                     . them in their approach that the pro-                                           administration vacillated:          closed Bowie State. The Tuskegee trustees                                                                        .-•••••-•-•--.'-••..•..•••     ..Public   Relations

  sion's contentions. That is that $1,-                                                                                        posal requires serious review. It                                             It first sought to appease          moved decisively against offenders. Gen-                                                                                                         Red Bank Chapter
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the militants by suspend-           erally, the pattern has been a pattern of                                                                                                         f Deborah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of D b h
  9&0.900 is needed immediately to rec-                                                                                         should not be one, though, that is a                                         ing construction of a con-          administrative surrender. It has been
  tify conditions caused by years of ne-                                                                                       camouflage for delaying tactics.                        KILPATRICK            troversial      gymnasium;          a pattern of permissiveness gone mad, of
  glect in education, state institutions,'
                                                                                                                                     New Jersey can ho longer put off
                                                                                                                               facing problems that have been with
                                                                                                                                                                                      then it announced a,policy of "no amnes-.
                                                                                                                                                                                      ty" in a feeble gesture of firmness.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tolerance turned inside out. In the pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                cess, the whole meaning of a university
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Library Badly
                                       !                                                                                                                                             ^ - W h a t i n t h e name qf heaven has h a p -                                                                                                                                                               50 West Front St.,
   ibn and transportation.               *~*                                                                                 * usn^TnllnyHyeal-s^                                     pened to our college and university admin-                        If a university fails to maintain condi-
     /The Republicans make a legiti-                                                                                           cities in our state, in particular, cry                istrations? The series of outrages began                  tions of free inquiry, it fails in its primary                                                      To the Editor:              -•-       ~:-—:    1.—       -.
     mfe point when they question if.,                                                                                         out for dramatic action.                               at HowardUniversity in Washington March                   function. But freedom demands order. It                                                                 Is it not about time that the mayor interested him-
                                                                                                                                                                                      19, when student insurrectionists seized                  demands discipline. It demands a sense                                                              self actively in the Library Committee of the Bed Bank
 vfcters would approve^such a'massive                                                                                                Go!ra"nor.._Hughes says'the com-                                                                                                                                                                               Public Library?                 ~              •
                                                                                                                               mjssron's report will impel a thorough                 the administration building and held it for                of hierarchy, in which the students are in-
 program in one bond issue. Senate                                                                                                                                                                                                           L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ferior to their masters. What kind of free                                                              As you know, the library has been closed- for one year
 Majority Leader Frank J. McDermott,                                                                                           reassessment of where we are and                       five days.                    '    -       "?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             "inquiry was possible at Columbia with the                                                             and there is still little evidence of completion to the alter-
  R-Union,, fears that if the voters de-                                                                                       where we are going in this state. It                                                                             insurrectionists in charge? The zoo has                                                             nations. - • • • : - •
 feated *such an issue, it would put                                                                                           is imperative that today's gathering                        THUS INSPIRED, students at Bowie                      been surrendered to the gibbons, the asy-                                                              There are any number of residents who feel the mat-
                                                                                                                                                                                      State University' in Maryland went on a~                  lum yielded to the inmates. Students who                                                            ter is one of urgency and merits immediate attention. *
 the state another five years behind                                                                                           in Trenton be a genuine effort to                      similar rampage; they blocked driveways,                  wanted to pursue their education were ef-                                                                                               Yours very truly,
 in meeting its needs.                                                                                                         make that examination.                                 seized the university switchboard, banned                 fectively prevented from doing so. This                                                                                   *»                      Mary B. Wilson
                                                                                                                                                                                      president Samuel L. Myers, from the                       was -an exercise in healthy dissent? In
                                                            INSIDE WASHINGTON                                                                                                                             +
                                                                                                                                                                                      grounds, and began deliberately wasting
                                                                                                                                                                                      water and electricity, Someone had taught
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                free speech? In peaceable assembly and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               'petition? Nonsense. This was anarchy; it                                                                EVENTS OF YEARS AGO
                                                                                                                                                                                      them, presumably, that this was free                      cannot be condoned.
            Humphrey Looks to Oregon                                                                                                                                                  speech.                     ' •• •
                                                                                                                                                                                           The contagion spread to Virginia Union
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       An explanation may be sought, per-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                haps, in the perverted emphasis our so-                                                                      50 Years Ago ~
                                                                                                                                                                                      University in Richmond; to Virginia State •               ciety has placed upon J'youth" and upon
   :           By PAUL SCOTT                                                                                                         To, block Kennedy's efforts to win over          College in Petersburg; on April 7 to Tuske-
                                                                                                                               labor in Indiana, South Dakota, and Ne- gee Institute in Alabama, where students                                 "equality." In our fatuous exaltation of
      In his bid for the Democratic presiden-                                                                                                                                                                                                  the immature, we have tended to destroy                                                                  A number of Llncroft farmers have plowed but their
  tial nomination, Vice President Hubert                                                                                       braska, AFL-CJO officials here have begun              chained the doors of an administration                                                                                                                        asparagus and will quit raising the crop. The scarcity and
                                                                                                                               circulating reports in those states that Ken-                                                                    the meaning of maturity. The notion that
 .Humphrey is counting on a big-vote in-.the                                                                                                                                          building and kept trustees captive for 13                students are somehow equal to professors                                                             high price ofiabor is the reason given by the farmersJor
  strategic May 28 Oregon primary to give                                                                                    •nedy endorsed the- Landrum-Griffin labor                hours. In other manifestations, student in-              has undermined the whole of the academic                                                             not raising asparagus. Most of "them will raise corn1 and.
  his campaign a big boost.^                                                                                                   law while serving as counsel to the Sen- surrection hit Colgate/Western Michigan,                                                                                                                                    potatoes in place of "grass."
                                                                                                                           —ate^Government Operations^ommittee^Io                                                                              relationship.
                       AlthougfiNhls -najne-
                   wont be on \ h e ballot                                                                                     back upJheip^ntffger-the-Jafipr officials                                                                                                                                                                               JIrs r -L^Hicks-and-Mrs.JIayLBroadhenLafjLong_Branctt
                   for president, Hu                                                                                                     lie tape of a statement^ennedy                                                                                                                                           YOUR^fONEY'Sj WORTH               enjoyed a swim in the ocean last Thursday. Their mother!
                   will be trying to top the                                                                                   made on a national TV show.                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. N. Cook, has been taking ocean baths since the middle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    of March.                               ,
                   vote total of either Sen.
                   Hobert Kennedy, N.Y., or
                   Sen. Eugene -McCarthy,
                                                                                                                                     Since becoming vice president in ,li
                                                                                                                               Humphrey has clocked more than 260,000
                                                                                                                               miles, visiting all 50 states.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ent Anything Lately?                       The latest war contract to be received by Sigmund Eis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ' ner Company of Reel Bank is one. for 500,000 trench ca"ps.
                                                                                                                                                                 *               •          *

                                                                                                                                                                                                   By SYLVIA PORTER   *            .   .   .

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               expanding variety of office equipment:                                                             This work is done mostly by girls and the factory managers
                                                                                                                                                                                         -Ho w-~wou]d:--you.-lik«^a ..brand.            J t i t y n e w r i t e r s . . . f d i c t a t i n g marhinfts,                               . ace , i      ll         t i i ] J J
 ^ m \ ^^k            "Washington, Humphreys                                                                                  with Democratic.colleagues in the Senate,              new dishwasher, clothes washer and drier,                 copying machines and computers.
 tKg^^m                strategy will be to turn                                                                               Humphrey describes 1968 " a s perhaps the              refrigerator, stove and color. TV Installed
 JMm mrnKKk" but y heavy vote foT the.
        SCOTT          office of vice president
                                                                                                                              most critical y e a r in our history." ,
                                                                                                                                    Holding out great hope for the future
                                                                                                                                                                                     in your home — without paying a penny
                                                                                                                                                                                                            down for, this equipment?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      This y,ear, 20 per- cent of the passen-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ger cars being manufactured-ar»-*(r v 'sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              to leasing or rental firms arM'p^estimjjt'ect'i,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             25 Years
  since his name will be entered for that po-                                                                                of the country, Humphrey contends the                                               You could have this          90 per cent of computers beirig produeedjn
  sition on the Oregon ballot.                                                                                                report by the Presidential Commission on                                      American dream for a                                                                                                                        With enthusiasm matched only by their patriotism,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              this country are rented, or leased. J u s ! '                                                         residents of Red Bank and eight surrounding communities
        His boosters also will be encouraged to                                                                               Civil Disorders was not an obituary but a                                    monthly rental charge of,          within the next five years, IBM expects to
  launch a massive Humphrey "write-in cam-                                                                                   warning to America. .                                                         say $90, which would al-                                                                                                                 have launched their "Buy it Bomber" campaign and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              have $15 billion worth of its latest series                                                           second war loan drive with an almost unprecedented pur-
  paign for president to draw votes from                                                                                            "The greatest challenge to American                                    so coyer the costs of re-,         of computers, on lease.
  Kennedy and McCarthy', whose names will                                                                                     people, 'today is to give real meaning to                                    pairs. You could have/                                                                                                                   chase of war bonds — their investment in victory and
  be carried on the ballot.                  :'                                                                                                                                                            the choice, after four                     It's estimated that the overall rental                                                        freedom.        •. ^ „
                                                                                                                           . American citizenship for every American,"                                                                        business in the U.S. has reached a yearly
      r irffifrtoTarTjt-these vote-combinations—                                                                           "hr-<piysr-"We~don*f-haveany-choice.—^We- -                                    -years,lot. either., ejechang:, _ —volume~of~$10--billion,-triple-or_quadruple_._                                                     _     Eighty-eight years old and a former Coast Guardsman
  lops the other candidates, as Humphrey's.                                                                                  simply must db,what,we say — build one                                        ing these, appliances for                                                                                                            . at the Old Sandy Hook station, Andrew Nelson of Waterman"
  lieutenants are predicting, the vice presi-                                                                                                                                                                                                 the volume just one decade ago.
                                                                                                                             nation."            '                                                         new models, or buying,                     What would be the advantages to you,                                                        Ave., Rumson, saved Alfred Olsen of Sea Bright from
  dent will hail this achievement as a major                                                                                       At 56, Humphrey Is reputed "by his doc-                                 them at sharply reduced \ the consumer, if you could rent whole bat-                                                                   drowning in the Shrewsbury river off Sea Bright.
  political victory over his two rivals.                                                                                                                                                 PORTER
                                                                                                                             tors to be in the best of health. Demo-                                       prices, You could also            teries of major household appliances?
        To "bolster his Oregon prospects,                                                                                    cratic senators rate Humphrey as one of                get bigger "bargains" in" rented appli-
  Humphrey will' make one or more speeches ';                                                                                                                                                                                                                    #                   *               *       '
                                                                                                                             the most vigorous campaigners ever to                  ances by buying older, reconditioned
  In that state before the primary. He will                                                                                  come out of the Senate. Aides say he Is                stoves, TV sets, etc.                                             FIRST, YOU would be rid of the nui-
  be doing the same in Nebraska (May 10)                                                                                     itching to debate .either'-Kennedy or McCar-                •You can't do precisely this today, but             sance and unexpected costs of repairs, in-
  and South Dakota (date si ill lo be decided),                                                                              thy .before the conventions.                           the time is near when you will be able to,                surance and vague warranties.
  although he "won't be officially entered in                                                                                    • /'       ••           *.'       *              . says W. I. Newstetter Jr., of New York's                      - Second, you would have a chance to
  either state's primaries. • •          .                                                                                          CONGRESSIONAL SUPPORT - Indi-                   Havenfjeld Corp., specialists in corporate               try'j>ut an appliance without having to buy
        According to Senator George McGov- \                                                                                  cations are that-top congressional leaders            financial management'. What's more, says— •A
   ern, D-S.D., the latest non-partisairpolt in                                                                               are beginning to swing behind Vice-Presi-             Newstetter, you'll be rent a wide
   his state gives Humphrey 48 per, cent of the.                                                                                                                                    variety of household equipment at lower                          Third, leasing would provide you with
                                                                                                                              dent Humphrey for the Democratic presi-                                                                        a hedge against inflation because you
   Democratic vote, Kennedy 33 p?r cent,"                                                                                    dential nomination.                                    cost then the cost of buying it outright.
   and McCarthy 19 per cent. Senator Mc-                                                                                                                                                                                                      would be paying a pre-set "monthly charge
                                                                                                                                 ' A sign of the probable .alignment of the               Relentlessly and ever more powerfully              over a period of years.
   Govern, a friend nf all thrco candidates, is                                                                              leaders came when Representative Hale                  the trend continues In this country toward
   remaining neutral. •                                                                                                                                                                                                                           • Fourth, leasing could simplify your
                                                                                                                             Hoggs, La,, House majority whip, an-                   renting v.s. buying an enormous range of .               family budgeting because the appliance
                 *          *       *                                                                                        tiounced his support for Humphrey.                     goods. The list of 'items you can rent
        LOOKING AIIKAIt. - Kennedy, who is                                                                                                                                                                                                   costs would be on a fixed, monthly rather
                                                                                                                                    Speaker .lolin McCormack, Mass., Is             seems almost limitless: cars, floor polish-              than every-few-years basis.
  spending money lavishly in his presiden-                                                                                   planning endorsement before ,the conven-               ers, Tuxedoes, party gear, art*works, TV
  tial campaign bid, is doping to give his                                                                                                                                                                                                           Fifth, you would avoid the big initial
                                                                                                                              tion. House Majority Leader Carl Albert,              sets, reducing devices, camping equip-                   cash outlay for a big appliance, and have
  campaign a big Jifi /rom ;i victory in Tues-                                                                               Okl.r, is also expected to back Humphrey,              ment, lawn mowers, rollaway beds, mink
  day's Indiana primary. .,                                                                                                                                                                                                                  this money available to invest in other as-
                                                                                                                             iis Is Hep. Mel Price. III., bead of tlie              coals, pearl necklaces, pianos, shirts, bull-            sets" which grow rather than diminish in
     < Aides report Kennedy Is so confident                                                                                  House Kthics Committee.                                dozers, jet airplanes. Moreover, the ex-                 value over the years.
  of winning tlmt lie switched his number                                                                                           Senate Majority Leader Milte Mans-              tent of acceptance of the list Is growing
  one Midwest political expert, Pal l.nccy,                                                                                                                                         almost by the hour.                  •-«                         Finally,, you would be protected against
                                                                                                                             fielrl, Mnnt , is fnr the prrsrnt neutral,                                                                      rapid obsolescence of many products and
'to Nebraska last week.                                                                                                      si at in;: i" a recent interview thai lip'Had                                                                   could switch easily from, say, black-and--   .   *   •   -   .   *      <

      Lucey, who directed tlie spending of                                                                                  "no candidate" for president hut favored                      HANKS ARE leasing out such Hems                    white to color TV, from no-defrost to self-
 moii' than .?7,W,f)W) in Indiana since the                                                                                 Srn:itnr J);mirl K. (wiine, D-llaivaii, a.s            as production machinery, jet airplaneV*j> 4cJrostiiig> refrigerators without taking a
 Wisconsin primary, lias the. assignment                                                                                    the \ IIC presidential candidate,                      computers, railroad piggyback containers ' financial loss.
 of gcltinj,' mi!'Die f)fini)i'r;itic vote in Oma-                                                                                 Oilier Ie|.;islatni •; wild -are supportinj;    and offshore oil rigs. Mounting numbers
 h;i for Die .May M primary.            Democratic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     "Pride of ownership."                             Newstette'r
                                                                                                                             Humphrey are Kepnsrniatives* Henry I!.                of supermarket and hardware stores nre                   jstafps flatly, "is obsolete." Far more Im-
voters in (;. >;|*;i, who are heavily Catlio-                                                                               i.iin/.ili^," TCN . diet Holificld, Calif,             offerin); for. rent everything from cars .to
In', represent ' W M I I ltd per m i l of the vole
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            portant are use and convenience.                                      •
                                                                                                                            •lames j j O'llara. MM h . f Icmerit ZaMocki, < chain saws.                               ,             ^               Iienting is enabling our "thing con-f>
in the .stale's p n i i i a r v .                                                                                           V. h , iiinl Herbert 'Irn/i r, Y Y .                '                                                                                                                                                                                      Find the srourcel
                                                                                                                                                                                         U.S. corporations are now renting rfn              scious" society to reach new dimensions.
                                                                                           THE DAILY REGISTF.p. Thursday, M«y 2,
                                                                                                                                                     DeMaio, Iacker Open
                       Successful                                                 family, two-story apartments, have never Invested before.—
                                                                                  Redman Industries, in addition D.K.
                                                                                  tg, the construction of mobile     A—You are using .good judg-     Matawan Law Office                                                                                     . Reynolds Offers...
                                                                                  homes, is the country's largest' ment to move into stocks with
                                                                                  producer of riveted aluminum part of your cash savings. At
                                                                                  structures for use as school- your age you should aim for
                                                                                                                                                       MATAWAN - Vincent C
                                                                                                                                                     DeMaio and Stanley Yacker
                                                                                                                                                     have announced the formation
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Yacker was born in Jer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      sey City and received his bach-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      elor degree from Rutgers in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   A Basic Course
        Spear                By Roger E. Spear
                                                                                  rooms and field headquarters. growth regardless of income.
                                                                                  This company recently joined As a starter I suggest equal
                                                                                  a Virginia group ifi erecting dollar amounts of Radio Corp.
                                                                                                                                                     of an office for the practice of
                                                                                                                                                     law at 154 Main St.
                                                                                                                                                       Mr. Oe Maio has been a life-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      1959 arid his law degree in 1963.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         A member of the Army Re-
--  Q...—. Last summer while placement because of their                           a low-cost garden apartment and Del Monte. The first will                                                           serve Officer's Training Corps
                                                                                  complex of stacked trailer-type 'give you a diversified invest-    time resident of Mata\van and                    lie was commissioned a second \            Here's your chance to sit in on three of the most
  visiting Expo 67, my wife and fast-moving construction. The                                                                                        was graduated from Matawan
                                                                                  homes. Both companies are ment in aerospace, electronics                                                            lieutenant in 1059 and saw ac-          "KelpfuTafHiInformative evenings we-ean-present
  I were impressed with the mod- modular concept is presently                                                                                        High School in 1940. He at-
                                                                                  listed on the American - Ex- and electrical equipment, edu-                                                         tive duty in 1959-1960.                  on-thfi_bjasicJljndanienlals of investing.
  ular apartment complex-Hab- being applied in the building                                                                                          tended Rutgers University and
  itat, Are there some companies of apartments, hotels, schools                   change; both report promising cation and communications,                                                               Mr. Yacker has resided in               T h e c o u r s e is EC^hVduled foFTTTeToTTovnng
                                                                                                                                                     received his law degree from                                                              Wednesdays—                           " .
  In this field that would be and dispensaries.                                   gains in current earnings, and and leisure-time pursuits. The                                                       Matawan since January, 1965
                                                                                                                                                     Harvard University. While ob-
  suitable speculations for us?                                                   their managements are thor- second represents a leading                                                             after becoming associated with
                                     The stocks of two companies,                 oughly familiar with the costs company in a basic industry —
                                                                                                                                                     taining a master of labor law                                                                                 May 8,15 and 22
  —C.Mel.                                                                                                                                            degree at New York University                    Mr. DeMaio in July, 1964. Ad-
                                   solidly based as builders of                   and techniques of modular con- the processing and packing of                                                                                                               starting af?:30 P. Mr sKarp
-    A^=. ; T.he idea of precon- larger mnhjlfi homes-fabricated                                                                                     he was an instructor there on                    mitted to practice before the
                                                                                  struction.. -:    -          _. fruits and vegetables. •.--•-• •   a teaching fellowship.                           U-.-S. Supreme vQfflirtJn^Juner                      _at the Molly Pitcher Motor Inn
  structed, self-contained housing at the plant and moved to per-
                                                                                     Q—I have $10,000 in a savings                                                                                    1967, Mr. Yacker is also a
  has far-reaching applications. manent       locations-might be                                                     Mr. Spear cannot answer all        Before clerking in Matawan
                                                                                  and loan association and want mail personally, but will an-                                                         member of the Monmouth                       -,<•'

  In slum clearance these units considered for your purpose.                                                                                         he taught law school at the                      County and,N. J. State Bar As-           • We're not trying to turn out market w k a r d s in
  suggest, low-cost apartments •Guerdon Industries produces                       to put half of this into another swer all questions possible in    University of Arkansas, NYU                      sociations.     :                        four nights, of course. But w e d o promise to give
  thatcould minimize family dis- modular components for multi-                    kind of investment. 1 am 28 and his column.                        and Seton Hall. In the early                                                           — y o u a m u c h clearer picturs of:        -^,~:            •_."
                                                                                                                                                     1950's he practiced law at the                       Mr. 'DeMaio_is.-serving_as at-      ~-: W h o should invest a n d w h y , . . . . T h e risks-you_
                                                                                                                                                     firm of Heuser and Heuser,                       torney to many local.munlci-            .'{ake, t h e rewards to expect.. . . How a stock ex-
                                                                                                                                                     Main St. In 1964 he went into                    p         g       J
                                                                                                                                                                                                      selor for the'zoning boards of                                                               iEO£=
                                                                                                                                                     practice on his own. He is a
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hatawaa Borough and "Town-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Common stocks, senior securities and Mutual
                                                                                                                                                     member of the A i
                                                                                                                                                                                                        h pf M l b B k O ; d
                                                                                                                                                                                                            i                                 Funds=pltisihe"prdperparf-they" : should-play -in—
                                                                                                                                                     State ah<T~ Hohmoulli"Xolinly                                                             V""__5r^fJHi^-of-5eftfe^es~^^JtowLlQ.jdeBideuJfll_
                                                                                                                                                     Bar Associations.    •                           catlOnTMadison Township=Util<         ~ your investment objeqtivef arid tte~best:'way-'ta;:
                                                                                                                                                                                                      itiefc Authority; Matawan Joint         start towarcis it-              ••        . -'
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Library Board; Matawan Re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 There's no charge for these lectures—or the help-
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                   Are you a put-ter-off-er! It's time now . . . to store your furs! Whether you're a put-ter-off-er or
                   more efficient than an efi&iency expert. . . w e know you'll be glad to be reminded of the villains
                   (moths, mildew, mustiness) that are lurking in Hark corners of closets. Why not have the finest                                                                                                Snowflake
                   care in the world for your furs . . . at Steinbach's it costs no more. „           . J _ _.:    _^

                                                                       STORAGE: In our scientifically conditioned storage vault cool air circulate!
                                                                       continuously between furs. They can breathe and are safe from moths, theft, fire,                                                          Discover the Shape You
                                                                       heat and drynessl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                lJPer€i   Born To Have
                                                                       CLEANING: Removes every trace of grit, grime,' dust! dirt, stejns. Furs are
                                                                       revitalized — given new life and luster — a thorough re.toriied "beauty treat'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Your natural lines are more feminine in a Bali Bra. Bali
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  conforms to your shapes and curves. Without padding,
                                                                        REPAIR & RESTYUNG: Our expert furriers give your furs a thorough examina-                                                                 you look lovelier, more womanly, natural. Discover why
                                                                        nation. Not even the tiniest fault can escape their scrutiny. And for your older                                                          good fit can make the difference". . T discover a Bali
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Underwire Bandeau. B, C" D Cups                             .6.50-7.50
                                                                         Red Bank 741 - 4000             Asbury Park 775 - 4000        Brick Town 477.4000
                                                                                                                                                                                                            '     Bandeau, no underwire. B, C, D Cups ...,..,,......5.00-6.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Underwire Long Line. B, C, D Cups                                   ...10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  New Trellis Underline.Bandeau.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Low cut tides and Back. B, C, D Cups ..................:.8.50                             • •'

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  She will be happy to fit you with your new Bali-Bra tojmure the best lines
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for your silhouette, the^best comfort, too. Mils Goode will be in the foun-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  dation (hop of our Red Bank Store Friday, May 3rd.               .
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                                                                                           ^ajEex^Know you. They know what you ask forIn their departments. They know you appreciate value and recognize a good
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                                A OlVIBlON O f R. H. M A C V * CO., INC.

    _Misses' Summer shifts
       "in colorful patterns
                                                                c            a- fea3r"
                                                               from a famous maker
                                                                                                                    MenV cotton knit
                                                                                                                     mock turtle shirt
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                                                                                                                                                               FAMOUS MAKER SLEEVELESS FASHION SHELLS, REG. $5

                      Sale | 4                                           " Sale$2 _!_'                               -        S a l e ,$t\          .':••'
                                                                                                                                                               100% Tycora® nylon in white, blue, pink, yellow and mint. 32-40. •

                                                                                                                                                               RAYON LINEN SLIM A-LINE SKIRT, REGULARLY $8
                 Regularly $6 to $9                                            Regularly $4                                    Regularly $9                    Choose navy, green, black or brown for summer in 8-18.        - •

                                                                                                                                                               MISSES' FAMOUS MAKER BERMUDA SHORTS, REG. $6fir$7
      For httttxy summertime living, pop into                 Save 50%. on bras, girdles, mini and              Easy-care cotton string knit for rammer
                                                                                                                                                               All cotton in pastels, prints, plaids and homespun textures.
     • fashion shift. Assorted color* and                     regular slips in pink or blue to mix and          time comfort and style. Natural with
                                                                                                                                                               ORLON CARDIGAN SWEATER WITH PEARL BUTTON TRIM,
     style*. Si«w 8-18.                                       match. Aborted sues;'                 .<          fashion trim, short sleeves. S. to XL.         REGULARLY $8
—                                                                                                                                                              Washable lightweight fabric in white, green, yellow, beige, blue, J°_

                                                                                                                                                               MISSES' CULOTTE SHIFT WITH COWL NECKLINE, REG. $10
                                                                                                                                                               All cotton in pastel colors and floral prints. Sizes 8-18.
           Misses' sportswear                                 Women's fashion shoes                             " Men's sport shirts „_                        BANLON® SLEEVELESS SHELL WITH JEWEL OR MOCK TURTLE

        in care-free Antron*                                  in leather and patent                                 with short sleeves
                                                                                                                                                               NECKLINE, REG. $5
                                                                                                                                                               Choose pink, blue, gold or white. Sizes 38-44.

                                                                                                                                                               WOMEN'S CULOTTE SHIFT IN CARE-FREE COOL COTTON
       V3 off reg. prices '                                                 Sale $10                                     Sale3for$10                           Select assorted'pastel Liberty Prints in half sizes 141/4-221/4>

                                                                           Regularly $13 to $16                                                                WICKER AND SOFT STRAW SUMMER FASHION HANDBAGS,
                       $5 to $15                                                                                           Regularly $5 each                   REGULARLY $6-$8
                                                                                                                                                               Natural, black, white and some high colors for summer accessorizing.
       v          •                                           Choose yellow, orang>, green, azalea,
     Washable and paekableskirts, jacket*,                                                                     <Choose cool cotton or Dacron* polyester
                                                              blue, bone. whit» and black^iorsum-                                                              CO-ORDINATED SLEEP WEARPRINTS AND SOLID COLORS,
                                                                                                               and cotton in button-down or regular
     tlackt i                                                                                                                                                  REGULARLY $4-$8
                                                              mer fashion. Sizes N-6y2 to 10, M- 5 to          collarr. Aworted-phidir«                       —Choose xoatg, gowns and mini shifu for summer ileepi
     blouses and shells to match.. Sizej 10-16.                                                                 S toiL,       „
                                                              ro.                                                                                              NYLON TRICOT TRAVEL COAT IN PASTEL COLORSrREG. $ 4
                                                                                                                                                               Drip-dry and packable in sizes small, medium and large.

                                                                                                                                                                          HAIR^WIGSrCHOOStFROM B L ^ C I T T O B I S N D T T O
             Luxurious fur                                       -Seamless support                              Junior summer dresses                          FROSTEDSy                      -
                                                                                                                                                               Wiglets, regularly 19.95, $6                                     •,
           jackets and stoles                                   hose at hig . savings                               in assorted styles                        TAPER DRESSES FOR PARTYING, BEACH AND FUN
                                                                                                                                                              Bright solids, florals and new prints to choose from.               40% off
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                regular pricei
                                                                     Sale 1.90                                                Sale $12                         FASHION'S FAVORITE CANVAS SAFARI BAG, REGUURLY $7
                                                                                                                                                                     navy and white or green and white.
                Reg. $300 to $1000                                                                                       Regularly $16 and $20
                                                                                                                                                              MISSES' COTTON T-SHIRTS IN FASHION COLORS, REG.
     Black dyed broadtail processed lamb                                                                       For shopping, entertaining and just fun,
                                                              Choose beige or pecan in small, average
     jacket, regularly $300, Sale $200. Others                                                                 select Arnel®, linen and nylon jersey            JRS. FLORAL PRINT COTTON SHIRT DRESSES, REG. $9
                                                              or tall sizes Also support panty hose,                                                           So pretty for now with roll-up sleeves and ticked front. 5-15i
     include mink stoles, jacket* and coats.                                                                   blends in "how" colorsT 5-15.
                                                              regularly 5.95, Sale 4.95.
                                                                                                                                                              WHITE AND GOLD LIGHTED MAKE-UP MIRROR, REG. $15
                                                                                                                                                              6-bulb regular and magnifying mirror of durable plastic.                 12.50
                                                                                                                                                              TOVAR EXCELON FALL IN TWO LENGTHS, REGULARLY $14
           Misses' slim                                        Famous maker men's                                        Juniors' cotton                      For instant long glamourous hair, pick the .right color for you.

            pastel dresses'. "                                      casual style shoes                                   culotte dresses
                                                                                                                                                                                      SAVINGS FOR MEN
                 Sale $27                                     20% off reg. price                                              Sale $8                         ESQUIRE SPORTY STRETCH CREW SOCKS, REGUURLY 1.50
             Regularly $46 to $55                                           Reg. $12 to $18                                   Regularly $10                   Select fashion colors to match sport gear.

                                                                                                                                                              OUR OWN TAPERED TEE SHIRTS, BOXER SHORTS, REG. 1.25
    Perfect travelers, these linen and acetate                For comfort this season, select from this"       Choose foam Liberty prints, all with           Assorted colors in cool cotton. Vented sides, .
    knit dresses are all-occasion spanners.                  assortment, of brushed • pigskin and                               tor                           DACRON® POLYESTER-COTTON SHORT SLEEVED PAJAMAS,
    One and two pieces. Sizes 8-16. •                        smooth calfs.                                     Sizes .5-15)                                   REGULARLY $6
                                                                                                                                                              Permanent press in fashion colors, all knee length for coolness,

                                                                                                                                                              PALM BEACH LIGHTWEIGHT BLAZER, REGULARLY 32.50
                                                                                                                                                              Choose navy, blue or gold in sizes 36 to 46. , • .

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                                                                                                                                                              Choose tab or loop models in Dacron® polyester and cotton.
             print dresses                                          lightweight suits                                    bathing suits                        LIGHTWEIGHT, WASHABLE,'WATER-REPELLENT JACKET,
                                                                                                                                                              REGULARLY $15
                                                                                                                                                              Choose neutrals and high fashion shades in sizes 38 to 46.
                 Sale $18                                                  Sale $65                                  2.30 to 4.30                             LIGHTWEIGHT WATER-RESISTANT GOLF JACKET, Reg. 5.95
                  Regularly $40                                              Regularly $80                                Regularly $3 to $6                  Roll up this jacket and take it everywhere. ' .  •

    Srtfart fashion sKapes and colon in these                Classic model* in two and three button
                                                                                                                                                                                   SAVINGS FOR CHILDREN
    easy-care wa»hal>1e, lightweight dre«»e«                 styles with natural shoulders of cool             these 1 and 2-pftce suits are all nylon
    . . . so nice for summer. Sizes 8-16.                    Dacron* polyester and wool. >                    knit. 4-6X and .7-14.
                                                                                                                                                              BOYS' TERRY BEACH SHIRT IN ASST. COLORS, REG. $4
                                                                                                                                                              For covering up through-out the summer, pick a couple. 8-20. *           2.50
                                                                                                                                                              WHITE COTTON TURTLE NECK SHIRT, REGULARLY $3
       , Misses' raincoats                                                                                                                                    The most-wanted shirt now in 100% washable cotton. 8-20.                 2.50
                                                                    Men's cotton knit                               Dress and Play
                                                                                                                                                              INFANTS' WASH. LIGHTWEIGHT PLAYWEAR, REG. 3,5P, $4
     from a famous maker                                            turtleneek shirt                                 Shoes for Girls                          Topper sets, sun suits arid dress sels in sizes 6 to 24 months,

                                                                                                                                                              LITTLE GIRLS' DRESSES WITH MATCHING PANTIES, Reg. $5
                                                                                                                                                              Choose pink, blue, yellow or green iii washable cotton. 3-6X. ' '        2.30
•..••; S a l e ' $ 1 5                  ..,                 ! ;•••.;•" S a l e $ 7 .                                          Sale                            PRETEEN SUMMER JAMAICA SHORTS IN COTTON CHINO
                                                                             Regularly $10      °                             Regularly $8                    REGULARLY $4
                  Regularly $21                                                                                                                               Choose gold, aqun, beige or navy with fly front. 6-14.
                                                           ' • - • ' '               •   "''    —'• i .

                                                            ' With sport coats or alone, tins comfort-        For school or plsy, choose cordovan             GIRLS' COTTON STRIPE PANT DRESSES, REGULARLY 4.50
    Cotton twill and novelty fabrin in                                                                        loafers. For dress-up, there are red or         Sleeveless style buttoned down the front. Sizes 7-14.
                                                            able shirt._.i&... the look for now. White
.fashion colors and shapes. Sizes 6-18,                     with color stripr, shttrt sleevr*, S. to XL.      white patents in many styles.                   OUR OWN MACY BABY KEMPTON PLAY YARD, REG. $25
                                                                                                                                                              Folding nylon mesh with washable pad and braced floor.                   $20
                                                                               SORRY NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS FILL ED — SHOP BAMBERGER'S MONMOUTH

                                                SHOP BAMBERGER'S MONMOUTH UNTIL 9:30 EVERY NIGHT, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
     The savings are outstanding. Our Sales Managers have spent weeks arranging special purchases, price concessions and
     substantial reductions on many of our clay-in, day-out best-selling items. We couldn't possibly begin to list them all, just                                                                                            FRIDAY AND
     come on in and shop. It's a real family affair for us and we hope you and your family will enjoy it.

                       SAVINGS FOR CHILDREN                                                                                                                                                     Eclipse Baromrt
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TEEN'S COTTON PRINT SHIFT DRESSES, REGULARLY $8                                                                                      permanent presOKeelT                                  Mattress, Bo                                                 wit.
Floral print prettily ruffled at hem, neck and armhole. Sizes 6-14,

Save now for summer in sizes 10-4 for little feet. •                                              '   \
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                                                                                                                    3 39 gggj,      ___§W€ 2 for $ 5 Twin, liar ',                             Sale $45 each                                               Sale $178
                                                                                                                                      1       If perfect 5.80 each                                 Regularly 64.95 each                                      Regularly $209
PERMANENT PRESS SHORTALLS FOR SUMMER PLAY                                                                                       ^
Assorted stripes and plaids in easy-care fabrics. Sizes 3-7.                                                          £*r"
                                                                                                                                     In assorted pastel colors. Twin fitted,,              With gold scroll quilted ticking, choose          With water level and water-tempera-
GIRLS' BEACH COVER-UPS I N FASHION COLORS, REG. $4                                                              «                    if pcrf. $6, 2 for 5.50. Full flat, if perf.          your size in this* 90% cotton fill mat-           ture controls, this washer in white only.
 So pretty over shorts and swim suiter; • . get a couple. 4-14. .                                                   FOR              6.88,-2 for $6. Full fitted, if perf. $7,
                                                                                                                                     2 for 6.50.,                                          tresi with polyurethane foam top.                 Gas dryer, Sale $146.                    •
 Permanent press in assorted colors. Regular and slim. Sizes 6-12. -

 Bonded cotton knit in charming prints: and solids. Sizes 3-6X.                                                           $3                                                                    Permanent Press                                   Westinghouse 18,000
                                                                                                                                      Springmaid Irregular                                                                               •
 Bonded cotton knit in pretty prints and solids; Sizes 7-14.                                                          3.50             Terry Bath Towels                                       Floral Bedspread                                  BTU Air Conditioner
 Light oxford grey with name imprinted in school colors.                                                                                  Sale 4far$5 1.35 each                                Sale $10 Twin                                               Now $220
 JUNIOR JAMAICA SHORTS in Moit-Wanted Colon, REG. $7                                                                                        If perfect 3.50 and 4.50                                    Regularly $15                                        Originally $290
 Choose from prints, plaids and solids in several styles. 5-15                                              ,         4.50
                                                                                                                                     Assorted Jacquard and printed patterns                Wake up,with fresh flowers in gold,               This big unit will cool up to .5' -00m*.
 For easy summer entertaining, pick/from this charming collection. * FOR                                                            —in many charming colors. Imperfection                 pink or blue on white. Fqrtrel® fiber.            With air direction control and thermo-

                                                                                                                                      will not affect wear.                                fill puff-quilted top. Full size, Sale S13.       stat. Guaranteed for 1 year.
_Ssfi_8nd hear favorite stories all at one time, a delightful toy, _

                       SAVINGS FOR THE HOME                                                                     !/_*>
                                                                                                                                                   Heaven" Foam                            Permanent Press Tiers                                      Westinghouse
 MODERN COLONIAL and TRADITIONAL LAMPS, Reg. $30-$35                                                                    J25
                                                                                                                                                                                           and Cape Cod Curtains                                     White or Copper, z
 Choose wood, glass and metal decorator lamps                                                                                                Rubber Pillows
                                                                                                                    2 for $45                                                                                                                         Refrigerator
                                                                                                                                              Sale 2,0, $9                                   Sale 2.40 to 5.60
 Upright model with set of attachments
                                                                                                                                                                                                     30" to 45" widths
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sale $227
- 4 - P C . REDWOOD GARDEN FURNITURE SET, REGULARLY $60                                                                                       - Regularly $8 each
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Regularly $3 to $7          ,                    "i     Regularly $260
' Table and three comfortable benches.                                                ,
                                                                                                                                      B. F. Goodrich makes this fine pillow                Machine wash and tumble dry these                     Frost free 14 cnbie foot unit with 110
 Your' choice .contemporary, Colonial, or traditional.                                                                $119            with permanent press zippered ticking.               fresh curtains. White, blue, pink, gold               lb. freezer and 7-day meat keeper. Ad-

                                                                                                                                      All first quality.                                   and green.            •                               justable s h e l v e s . . ,             :. .;...
 Blue decorated set is guaranteed to resist chipping for 2 yean.                                                          $15
' Light 3 pound Iron with steady even stray or steam flow. .                                                              $12                                                                                                                          Motorola Color
                                                                                                                                            Summer Fashion                                    Rayon and Acetate
 Yellow mesh top board with sit or stand knee room.                                                                  10.88            Fabrics For You ToSew                                      Antique satin                                              Console TV
 'Red, blue or'tan simulated leather case; luminous hands and dial.
                                                                                                                                            Sale $1 yard                                      15% to 50% off                                                Sale 1435
 SILVERPLATED SERVING ACCESSORIES                                                                           50% off                             Regularly 1.60 yard                                                   regular prleet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   23" diagonal screen
 Salt and pepper, candy dish, salad bowls and more.                                                        regular prices
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Reg. $8 to $35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Automatic color control, color indicator,
 ENG.   CUT CRYSTAL FOR THE BRIDE OR HOSTESS                                                                20% off                   Choose prints and solids at important
                                                                                                                                                                                            Meticulously tailored with deep pinch
  Vases, decanters,-plates, bowls and more in hand cut crystal.                                            ^^^            prjcef                                                                                                                 lighted channel selector. Genuine hard-
                                                                                                                                      savings now in Dacron® polyester ^and                 pleats and deep side and bottom hems.
 .NATURAL A N D B U C K WOOD PICTURE FRAMES,                                                                20% off                   Dacron® blends.                                       Many colors and sizes available.                     wood veneered cabinet.
' Frame and hang pictures1 for interest in your decor.                                                                                                               •On Pont T.M.

 65-piece service for 12 in 5 dishwasher-safe charming patterns.
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                                                                                                                                      Custom Draperies                                               Hickory Hill                                          For the artist:
 To compliment any decor, pick a few.                                         '                   .         regulat price*
                                                                                                                                      No Charge For Labor                                          Colonial Sofas                                      assorted suppliesi
  REGAL 9-PC. STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARE, REG. 18.88                                                                         - , „                                                                                                             /                         '   •      '   ,      .       •

 2 and 3 Qt. covered saucepan, dutch oven and'lO" skillet.                                                                vW,

 COOKBOOKS AND GARDEN BOOKS,                                                                                    20% off
                                                                                                                                       Sale from $2 yard                                             Sale $144                                               20% off
  For your hostess, the bride and yourself, pick a few.                                                   regular prices                                                                                                                                       Regular prices         .
                                                                                                                                                 63" to 108" long                                       Regularly $179
—Hinged, thick sturdy plywood tahle with aluminum Iftgn.                                                                  $39         Select the fabric you want from a
                                                                                                                                                                                     ( •

                                                                                                                                                                                            Choice of upholstered or exposed pine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Save on oil'paints, mat board, sketch
                                                                                                                                      charming assortment and then let us                                                                         pads, paint kits, boxes, easels and can-
 MOVIE CAMERA W I T H ZOOM LENS, REGULARLY $70                                                                                                                                              wing sofas' in textured or floral design.
                                                                                                                                      make your draperies at no additional
  Keystone Super 8 Complete with electric eye, pistol grip and                                                                        charge, .-..«,•                                      ' Polyurethane foam filled cushions.                   vas panels and canvas boards.       \
  cartridge load.                                   .

  COTTON PAISLEY PATCH QUILTS, Twin and Full If perf. $10
  Irregular Add an attractive new spark to your bedroom 1 'W.

  OUR OWN MACY SUPRE MACY WORSTED KNITTING YARN,                                                                                             3-Piece Tubular                                Traditional stratorester                                Nylon broadloom in
  Save on 1007" wool 4 oz. quantities.                                                                                                    Braid Oval Rug Set                                        Vinyl Recliner                                         decorator colors

                       SAVINGS FOR EVERYONE
                                                                                                                                              Sale         3   o
                                                                                                                                                               fr $ 4 0                                 Sale $79
  HJEAVY DUTY FAMILY LAWN SWING, REGULARLY $59                                                                                                      Regularly $57                                        Regularly $100                                           Installed
  Seats 4 adults; all steel frame with blue and white canopy. Toys
                                                                                                                                       Includes large 8'6"xll'6" plus matching               Sit back and relax in this handsome                  .Velvet or textured nylon pile hroadlnom
  For graduation sifts and for yourself; snve on these fine sets.     ' 1° o
                                                                             ff                                     yUL                2'x3' and 2'x4\ Charming color com-
                                                                                                                                                                                             recliner with tufted back in black or                installed over heavy waffle padding, no
                                                                                                                                       binations for colonial decor, bungalows
     1                                                            off reg. prices                                                                                                            sage vinyl. '                                        extra charge.
                                                                                                                                       or summer homes.                   r
  8 H.P., 2-way grass discharge, 6 position cutting height. Garden Shop.

                                                                                                          SORRY NO PHONE OR M A I L ORDERS FILLED —SHOP BAMBERGER'S MONMOUTH                                     .

                                                                      SHOPfiAMBERGER'SMONMOUTH UNTIL 4:30 EVERY NIGHT MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      JO-THF. DAILY REGISTER,
                                                                                                                 to Health                                                         Science Fair Set        Name MCAP Center Head At Bayshore                                                           Thunday, May 2, 1968
                                                                                                                                                    JANG BRANCH - Joseph           At Little Silvfcr
                                                                                                                                                                                  He served in tJie U.S. Army               He was associated two years

        BeenItritable This Week?                                                                                   UTTLK SILVER - The Lit-E. Taylor, Monmouth Com- in 1961 and 1962 'and currently with the state as a casework-
                                                                                                                tle Silver Schools science fair  munity Action Program execu- is an active reservist at Fort er parole officer and intake Win at Dog Show
                                                                                                                                                 tive director, yesterday an- Monmouth.                                  specialist. Prior to his ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Leonardo Resid.en.te

                                                                                                                will fee held in the Markham nounced the appointment of           Mr. Wenner is married to pointment as service center                        ALLAIRE — Three residents
        By PAUL KEY. M.D.                   Even such a well known the passage of a few days,
                                          measurement as tile body tem- however, the tircadian rhythm           Place School auditorium today Richard C: Wenner of Spring the former Virginia Stockton of director, he was employed of Leonardo and their German
   normal -at our house this week. perature can readily be shown of ihe body, the cycle which and tomprrow.                                      Lake Heights as director of Plainfield, a social ^worker nine months with MCAP's shepherds were recent winners
   Since we wt-tfif'rJpcks ahead \!\ vary with change in theoccurs about daily, again ad-                                                        MCAP's     Bayshore    Service with the state Bureau of Chil- Neighborhood Youth Corps as at the Jersey Shore German
                                                                                                                   The fair will be open from Center, Keyport.                  dren's Services.                         a job developer and counselor. Shepherd Dog Club "B" match
   to Daylight Saving Time, noth-         time of day, so that it, too,justs itseif to our social ac- 1 to 5 p.m. today and 12:30
                                          hns a circadlan rhytlim.               tivities.                                                                                                                                                                 held at Allaire State Park.
   ing has gone exactly right.                                                                                  to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomor-      He is the son of Mr. and
                                                                                    We can then j^n about our row.                               Mrs. Carl Wenner of Matawan.                                                                                 They were: Phil McCabe,
 - -We -are all a bit", edgy, ir-           The daily blood 'rhythm                                                                                                                   . A p a r t m e n t . T e n a n t s F o r m Social Club              Burlington Ave., and his dog
   ritable, tired and drawn. There        seems to begin in eariicsl 'in- lives"as usual iviihoiit ihe slijjhl                                   The new director was gradu-
                                                                                                                   Judging will be Friday eve- ated from Matawan High             KEANSBURC, — Tenants of retary.                                          Countess Heidi of Leonardo,
   never srems to be enough time [ancy. At first, the newborn, feeling of discomfort that ning.                                                                                                                             The club will meet the third r n x , fourth place in the Util-
   iiv-t*e-day-for.JM usual_ ac-.j        who' sleeps about half of each comes when Daylight Saving                                              School in 1957. While in high Grahvillp. Towers apartments,
                                                                                                                   Exhibits    will    be pre- school, he received varsity let- the borough's senior citizens Tuesday of each month in theity Class; Steve Bonora, Nau-
   •tivities. But we know that'ibis j 24-hour period, may have "his Time or a trip by jet upsets                                                                                project, have formed the Gran- project recreation hall. The tilus Dr., and his dog Fritz
                                                                                                                sented and judged in divisions ters in three sports.
 - will all pass j n a j v w k , o r s|<] days and nights mixed up," our bodily rhythm.                                                                                                                                  first meeting will be Tuesday, von Nautilus, tied for first place
    as it does every year. ' """ | "steepj«E"*a1l dayy-wakeful a!l
                                                                                                                for each grade, five through        Mr. Wenner received a B.A. ville Towers Social Club.
                                                                                   Dr. Key will be happy lo an-eight.                            degree in political science      Officers o the newly-formed May 21, at 3 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                              f                                                            in Sub-novice with a perfect
                                                                                 swer questions on medical sub-    The entries will be judged on from Monmouth College, West organization are Michael Gil-                                                 score, and fourth place in Nov-
                                                                                 JccTsTTcnefsmayrbc'addressiW j the basis of creative ability, Ixmg Branch, in 1964 and has maHfn, president; A r t h u r                   Increase your calls! Advertise ice, and Janet Read, Nautilus
                                                                                 lo him In care of The Daily scientific! thought, thorough- done graduate work at Rut-          Springer; vice president; Mrs. your Business Service in the Dr., and her dogvAmos, fourth
   fall when it goes back again.-]                                               Register, 40-42 Broad St., Redness, technical skill and clarity gers School of Social Work, I£thel Gallagher, treasurer, and Classified Ads. Dial 741-6900 place in the 6-9-month puppy
                                                                       feedings,                                and dramatic value.              New Brunswick.                 Mrs. Marguerite Keinecke, sec- now!                                        dog class.               '• •
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   of the change of-soasons^Jft'C- c infantas body-clock adjusts
    know that the change in time r t h ' I ' f ' i T i e T a T i n i l y V a a y

    which seem to be built into our
    bodies, which take a few days rhythm is part o the physio-
                                                               t ov
                                       J i L h m j j ^ l h lah a t j o v -
       That there\are body clocks
                                       rrns bodily
                                          So strongly does this cycle
    and rhythms is generally ac- impress itself on Ihe body that,
    cepted by iaymen and doctors under most circumstances, it                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     TODAY
    alike,' these days. In fact, this 'is quite difficult to disrupt.
    has been so generally accepted Most, adults experience some
                                                                                                                                                                                                          'V-                                                                                                      THRU
                                        difficulty in -sleeping during                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             SAT.
    vent of jet travel thai anyone daytime hours, except if very
    began to look into the problem. sleepy, and in awakening at
       The impetus for-investigation nightr
    of one working of our body-
                                                   v         ;

                                          This clrcadian, clock can of
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    clocks came with the develop- course be overcome; but not
    ment of travel by ]et across without the occurrence of a
    continents and oceans. I'ass- general.feeling o unease and
    engers .and crews of these irritability. For the moment
 •"flights experience discomfort,' nothing medicine has.
    ifrHanllliyy fatigue and loss of to offer foFthe problem; ;
    efficiency in adjusting to the No drug will set the body
" change in life thai occurs with clock forward or back. With
    travel from one time zone to
    another. •
       leaving New York for a six-
    hour flight west, you arrive at
                                      Three Area
    your destination three hours
    later, and your tody, expect-
    ing lo perform its functions
                                      Delegates At
. for a six-hour period, seems
    thrown off stride by having to
                                      LWV Parley
    accommodate lo a schedule for          TIED BANK — Some 1,800
    three hours later. Impressive members of the League of Wo-
    as this is for jet flight, it will men Voters of the United States
    become more of $ problem will attend Its 28th national
    should space "flight ever be- Convention here until May 3.
    come commonplace for the
                                       -Jflonmoulh County delegates
    average person.                     * B ^   •   * * * • * • • •J . J . ^ a . M . a - . . . . - • -   O~*m—   '   j   —... • ..,     •- • —

                                        are Mrs. Carl J. Jensen Jr;,
 '•, ,So the problems of the jet
                                        Shrewsbury, president o Redf
 -age have come to warrant rfted-
                                        Bank Area LWV, Mrs. George

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                                        W. Dunn, Middletown, prcsi-
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                                        LWV, Mrs. Donald L. Burry,
    the change in the 'docks for
                                        Mntawdn, president of Mata-
    daylight time.
       Similar problems arise for
                                        wan LWV.                                                                                                                               MEN'S                               CASHIER WILL DEDUCT
    people^iinsolaled work, such           Guest- speakers will include
    as submarine.crews, .aniLsWfl Whitney Young Jr., executive
    or night work. All of these director e r t h r National Urban
    people have the daily rhytlim League; David Broder, Wash-
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   of the body disrupted with ington Post political writer;
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  and "1,'dlcs" meaning day.
                                     tional program, to elect of-
                                     ficers and to adopt a budget.
    This rhythm concerns the
  cycle of sleep and wakeful-
  ness which happens on a daily
                                        Suggestions for the program
                                     originate with members, who
                                     through their local and state
                                                                                                                                                           GIRLS'                                                 SPRING COATS
  basis, as well as-certain mood
  changes which seem to have
  daily cycles in many people.
                                     leagues • make recommenda-
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                                     the basis of these recommen-
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                                     dations the board submits a
                                     proposed program to local and
                                     state leagues. After full de-
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             DAIIV MfllSIEB, Thursday, M«y 2, 1968-11
                                                                                     Lass Named To Board Of Girl Scouts                                                                        Civic League Glvw
                                                                                                                                                                                               $50 to Booster Club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hearing Defects Lecture Slated
                                                                                     FARMINGDALE — E. Uon-          Asbury Park; member of the                                                                                       LONG BRANCH — Shore pe-           authored the law under which
                                                                                                                                                                                                HAZLET - The Karitan High          diatricians and public school       School districts are required to
                                                                                   ald Lass of West Deal, assist-   University Club of New Jersey;
                                                                                   ant managing editor of the As-                                                                             School Booster Club has rer          officials will hear Dr. Richard     undertake-a program of iden-
                                                                                                                    member of Sigma Delta Chi,                                                ceived its first, civic donation     OlmstcdfQJnivcrsity of Oregon       tification and education of
                                                                                   bury Park Press, has been ap-
                                                                                   pointed to the community ad-     national journalistic fraternity;                                         toward the building fund.            School of Medicine professor,       handicapped children.
                                                                                   vibory board of the Monmouth     New Jersey Chapter, Sigma                                                                                      discuss hearing problems of
                                                                                                                                                                                                Peter Bellini, president of        children noxt Tuesday in Rnr-
                                                                                   Council of Girl Scouts, Mrs.     Delta Chi; and a member of                                                the Raritan Ridge Civic League,                                          J u n i o r Olympics Set
                                                                                   George Blair, president of the.                                                                                                                 den Auditorium,       Monmoulh
                                                                                                                    the New Jersey Small Business                                             presented a .check for $50 to        Medical Center, at 10:30 a.m.       F o r M e m o r i a l Day,
                                                                                   board of directors, announced.
                                                                                                                    Advisory Council, Small Busi-                                             Joseph DeVirgillio, president of        D. Alton Lewis, head of spe-       IIAZLKT - The Recreation
                                                                                     Robert Barlow of Central ness Administration, of the                                                     the club. This year's goal of the    cial education for the state        Commission has announced
                                                                                   Jersey Bank and Trust Com- federal government.                 °                                                                                Department of Education, will
                                                                                                                                                                                              club is construction of a re-                                            plans for the annual Junior
                                                                                   pany, is chairman of the com-                                                                                                                   attend the lecture. The pedi-
                                                                                                                                                                                              freshment stand on the high                                              Olympics to be held Memorial
                                                                                   munity advisory board, which                                                                                                                    atrics education department         Day under the guidance of Sal
                                                                                   is comprised of community          Festival Is Saturday                                                    school athletic field.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   holds visiting professor confer-    Mazzucco. Anyone interested in
                                                                                   leaders. Functioning in an ad-     MIDDLETOWN — A story on                                                    A dance will be held June 29      ences' at the hospital each         assisting may call Mr. Maz-
                                                                                   visory capacity to the council,                                                                             in the "North." Centervilte fire-   month.                              zuceo.
                                                                                                                    the local high school drama
                                                                                   the board also will be respons-
                                                                                   ible for certain development festival scheduled for publica-                                                house for the benefit of the          Hearing problems are among          The commission held its
                                                                                   projects which will add to the tion on Friday's Teen Page                                                   fund.                               those studied in the hospital's     annual father-son Night in
                                                                                   facilities for use by the 13,200 and printed yesterday in                                                                                       Beadleston Evaluation Center        Union Avenue School. Enter-
                                                                                   girls now in Scouting.                                                                                        All kinds of goodies at money     for Learning.                       tainment included ah instruct
                                                                                                                    error indicated the event would                                            saving prices are found in the        This center, first of its kind    tional film, a New York Jet
                                                                                     Mr. Lass is on the advisory be held today. It is scheduled                                                Classified Ads. Check them to-      in this state, is named for State   Football Film and a Charley
    LEGION OF MERIT m The U...S. Army Satellite Com-
                                                                                   board of the Salvation Army, for Saturday.                                         E. Donald Lass           day!                                Sen. Alfred N. Beadleston, who      Brown Special.
    munications Agency's deputy commander, Col. Robert
    H^ Scales, center, receives one of the nation's highest
    awards, the Legion of Merit, presented by Col. ©sorgo
    E. Rippey, commander of the Satcom Agency, as Mrs.                                                             1
                                                                                                                       t *,
    Scales looks on. Col. Scales' new assignment will bo as                                                                                                                  "f X*

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  Judge Conford Given                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             SAT.

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    ELBERON — Superior Court
 Judge Milton B. Conford of 601                                                                                                           B. ARCUS "CAREIREE" 164
 Bangs Ave., Asbury Park, New                                                          I A - FAMOUS "BEll.& HOWEll
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 its annual meeting and spring                                                          I Data-center range- I                             rected !.«"•• a P ' d
 dinner in the Trianon Ballroom                                                         Hinder, quick load-1                               thumb wheel on-
 of the New York Hilton Hotel.                                                          1 ing. Built-in C.D.S.j                            yance. Film. H»w»"
   Judge Conford, a graduate'"of                                                            , . Cow included.      R £ G      79.85
                                                                                                                                           cubs and baltenei
                                                                                                                                                                     3.13.85                         TooMjBJL
 Columbia Law School, Class of                                                                                                                                                                                  cnST
 1931, has been an active mem-                                                                                                             n            DORAL SUPER 8
 ber O the Law School Alumni                                                            !|C       ' "DELUXE" POLAROID                             FULLY AUTOMATIC
 Association for many years,                                                            1
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 committee, of which Judge Con-
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 eral recommendations which
 were designed to strengthen
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                                                    Judge Milton B. Conford
                                                                                         I aories.                 REG. 124.85             eluded.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MATTRESS PAD N COVER
~1he~ program and encourage
 more     active     participation
 among the organization's mem-
                                                 uated from Columbia College in
                                                 1929, married the former
 bership which numbers nearly
 5,000 lawyers around the world.
                                                 Beatrice Isear in 1936 and they
                                                 have two children.
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 Meyner. He was appointed to                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sturdy mupliiv covering, white cotton
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                                                 held a Chinese tea party for
                                                 their parents. Some 28 mothers
                                                 attended.                                                                    SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT
  Blooms at Peak                                    The pupils, who have com-
                                                 pleted a study unit on ancient
  In Arboretum                                   China, presented a program
                                                 featuring Chinese proverbs,
   FREEHOLD — For the next                       poems, songs. and a Chinese
 week, the flowering crabapple                   shadow play.
 collection of more, than 30                        School projects and Chinese
 varieties and cutivars will be
 blooming profusely in the
                                                 artifacts were displayed by the                                                                                                                                                   3 pain of the latest fash-
 County Arboretum, Holmdel
                                                 children some of whom were                                                                                                                                                        ions in pierced earrings,
                                                 dressed in native costume.                                                                                                                                                        all with 14 kt. gold posts.
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                                                    Mrs. Alan Boa is the teach-
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   The Monmouth Shade Tree
  Commission also reports that     Breakdowns? Check the "Bus-
 there will be a beautiful array
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  11—THE DAILY REGtSTER, Thundty, May 2,1968
                                                                                                                                                                                     HadaesahTo                             Synagogue Services
   Named to LST Honor Society                                                                                                                                                        Mark Israel                                 %lllilE«nM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TEMPLE SHALOM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        C 0 N O R E O A T (IO ! J B'NAI ISRAEL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Late Saboalh Eve service! will be-
    WEST LONT, BRANCH — lege, working toward a career                                                                                                                                                                              Matgwan Township                  gin at 8:30. Rabbi Jack Kosoif will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          A Joint Israeli Independence Day           conduct the services. Cantor Sidney
  Miss Yvonne S. Thornton, aS an obstetrician and gyne-
  daughter of Mr. and Mrs; cologist.
  Donald E," Thornton, 174 Lud-
                                                                                                                                                                                     Anniversary                        Sabbath, commemorating the 20th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .nnlversary of the founding of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        new «tal« of Israel, will be held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tomorrow evening at 8:30 at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Bcharff will chant the liturgy. Rabbi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rosoft'J sermon la entitled, "What
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Price Freedom." Red Bank Chapter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of Hadassah will provide the floral
                                   A professional musician, she                                                                                                                                                         temple on Ayrmont l^ane. Temple              oltering and will sponsor tha Ooeg
  low St., lacing Branch, was                                                                                                                                                          RUMSON — The Red Bank            BeUi Ahm will Join with Temple               Shabbat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Shalom In celebrating ttie event.
  selected for m<>ml>Hsliip tn performs with her mother and                                                                                                                          Chapter of Hadassah will cele-       Rabbi Henry M. Wetner's sermon                Sabbath morning services are at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9:l.i tor the Junior Congregation and
  Lambda Sigma T.iu honor sister at various eastern col-                                                                                                                             brate the 20th anniversary of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          111 lie entitled "Trie Double Bridge,"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and will concern itself with the re-         at 10 for the adult uprvlces.
  society at Monmmilli College, legos. Miss Thornton is a                                                                                                                            Israel's independence tomor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lationship and responsibility between           Sunday morning services are at 8
  where" $hc is a junior pro- member of the Folk Music
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the American Jewish community and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        th# Israeli Jewish community.                   The Sisterhood will meet Tuesday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     evening at .8:30.            The congregation
  medical student majoring in Workshop and the Russian Club                                                                                                                          row, immediately after ser-          In addition, a program of Israeli
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        music and dance will be performed            will hold Its board of trustees meeting
  biology.                       on campus, and was named                                                                                                                            vices at ' Congregation B'nai      by the boys and girls or Temple              and a special meeting ol the congrega-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Shalom's religious nohool. m e Junior        tion on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
    In i965 she wns graduated to the dean's list,                                                                                                                                    Israel, which begin at 8:30        Choir Is under the direction of Mrs.        ' Dally evening services are at 7:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and morning* oh request.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jerome Kaye ami will be               ac-
  with high honors from Long       She is currently a micro-                                                                                                                         p.m.                               companied by Mrs. Jerrod            Satty              TEMPLE HBFH AHM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and Ira Serle.                                              CONSERVATIVE
 :Braitrh_i.High School mid is ibology laboratory assistant                                                                                                                                                               Immediately after services,          an                 Matawan Township
  planning to enter medical col- at the college.                                                                                                                                      This celebration, to take         Onrg SiiRbt'at ivtll 1-nltfl place. «pon-       Sabbath (ervices tomorrow night
                                                                                                                                                                                    place during the Oneg Shabbat,      aored Jointly by Temple " Beth Ahm           will ho held »l »:W In Temple
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Glbel, In            Shalom, Ayrmont Lane. The two
                                                                                                                                                                                    will include a tribute to Is-       honor of the naming of their daugh-          congregations will Join together to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ter, Allyson Stacey.                         commemorate the ;Oth Anniversary
                                                                                                                                                                                    rael entitled "The Menorah and        The Jewish Federation of Temple            of the founding or Uie State of

         BET YOUR TURFS                                                                                                                                                             the Olive Branch," and will be
                                                                                                                                                                                    presented by Mrs. Raymond
                                                                                                                                                                                    Eagle, Shrewsbury; Mrs. Fritz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Youth group will hold a cake sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        on Saturday from 0 a.m. to noon.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Election of officers for the JETY will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lake place Sunday at 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Services will be conducted by Rabbi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Henry M. Wclner aria Habbl Morris
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    L; Rtihlnatein and will be followed

        GARDEN PROBLEMS                                                                                                                                                                                                   CONGREGATION BKXH SHALOM                  by an Oneg shabbat in honor of U S  1
                                                                                                                                                                                    Kroehlich, New Shrewsbury;                           Hed Bank                   celebration. Tin public Is invited
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sabbath services will be Saturday         tn inin la Ms most joyous occasion.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Leo Kugler, Little Silver;     at S a^m. for the Junior and Senior            Sabbath morning      services  with"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        congregation. Rabhl Daniel Stolper          Torah reading, will be held at 9

         ANSWERED FREE                                                                                                                                                              Mrs, Delbert Mammen, Fair
                                                                                                                                                                                    Haven and Mrs. Norman
                                                                                                                                                                                    Wrubie, Eatontown,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        will speak on ''Israel, Should We Be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Junior Congregation at . 11,^. In the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    first aid building, Cliurch St. •

          THIS WEEKEND!                                                              BRANDEIS LUNCHEON — Mrs. Julius Flink, Asbury Park, at the microphone, ad-
                                                                                     dresses the Monmouth County Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Conj-
                                                                                                                                                                                      The public is invited.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NOW is the time to...
                                                                                     mittee at its annual spring luncheon in Old Orchard Country Club, Eatontown, as guest
                                                                                                                                                                                     Ends Course
                                                                                     speaker Dr. David F. Kahn, New York psychologist and lecturer at the. New School                On Labor Pacts
              AT OUR STORE                                                           for Social Research, and Mrs! Irving Rubin, Red Bank, president of the group, look on.
                                                                                     Mr*. Flink was presented a special book collection gift to the university in honor of
                                                                                                                                                                                      TRENTON—Two county men
                                                                                                                                                                                    were among the 19 state, coun-
         Borden Chemical's NUTRO Turf & Garden Special-                              her 70th birthday and for her many years of service to the organization. She is a              ty and municipal administra-                                                . . . save for
    lit will be In our (tore on Saturday, May 4th between                            past president and charter member of the committee.            (Register Staff Photo)          tors presented certificates for
    t h t hours of 9-12 A.M. to help you with your lawn
                                                                                                                                                                                    completing a 15-hour training
                                                                                                                                                                                    course in "Negotiating the
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      Come In and discuss any problems you have. The
    advice Is good, and It's FREE.
                                                                                   Speaks on Orthopedic                                             medical society, Alpha Ome-
                                                                                                                                                    ga Alpha. After serving his in- Presented certificates by Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                    ternship and surgical residency Thelma Parkinson Sharp, pres-
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    RAY CROFT DISTRIBUTORS                           SHREWSBURY. N . J .
                                                                                   Work With Casualties                                             pital of Columbia Presbyterian ment of Civil Service, were
                                                                                                                                                    Medical Center.                 Joseph R. Collins Sr., Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                    mouth County personnel direc-                            SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION*
                                                                                       ST. ALBANS, N. Y. - Lt.        graduated cum laude from Har-   His father is honorary chair-
                    Sold hy the Fallnwing-BeaLers                   l               Comdr, James C. Parkes, son                                                                     tor, and William J. Schuchart,            MIDDLETOWN                ATL HIGHLANDS                    LINCROFT
                                                                                                                      vard Medical School, where he man of the Riverview Hos- township manager of Matawan                       471-2400                   291-0100                       842-4400
    Portw TrM tirvlc*                          Oont't Farm MorMI                    of Mr. and Mrs. James
     Avenut of Two Riven                        Ml Montoloklng Road                 S. Parkes of Rumson, N. J., is    was elected to the honorary pital board of governors.         Township.
     Rumion, N. J.                              Brlcktown, N. J.
    Lawti Cool Co., Inc.                        Anchor Hardware Company
                                                                                    lecturing at hospitals in the
     Syeomora Avtnut                              : » 1 BMdgi Avenue                United Slates and Canada on
     Shnwbury, N. i.                              Point Pleaiont, N. J.             his work with Vietnam casual-
    School Farm anil Oortlin Morfc«t            0 1 0 Form Markot                   ties as an orthopedic surgeon
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      Farnilnagole, N. J.                         Point Pliaianti N. J.             at St. Albans Naval Hospital
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    Point PlHiont Hardware Co.
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                                                                                      Last week, Dr. Parkes spoke
                                                                                   to the surgical service depart-                                                                                                                                                           THRU
      l i t Arnold Avonuo
      Point Pleasant, N, J.
                                                  Highway 1 5
                                                  Cllttwood, N. J.
                                                                                    ment at Roosevelt Hospital,
                                                                                    New York City, on the opei
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                                                                                    iechnlque of skin grafting; and
     Wtit ••Imar, N.J,               '            Motowon, N, ) .                   at the annual meeting of thi
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                                                                                    New York Orthopedic Hospital
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                                                                                      On Saturday, Dr. Parkes lec-
                                                                                   tured at Peter Bent Brigham
                                                                                   Hospital in Boston on massivi

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                                                                                   and late treatment; bone recon-
                                                                                   struction    problems     caused
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                                                                                   peripheral nerve injuries; All
                                                                                   of :his talks have._been illus-
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                                                                                      Dr. Parkes, who also spoke
                                                                                  at Riverview Hospital, Red                                                                                                     •                 AND FAMOUS
                                                                                  Bank, N. J., in March, is
                                                                                  scheduled to speak before the
                                                                                  American. Association for the
                                                                                  Surgery of t r a u m a in Montre
                                                                                  al, Canada, in October. He. will
                                                                                  present a paper with Dr. Har-                                                                                       Celebrate Motional Baby Week. Choose any one of the all new Sierra
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                                                                                   •harge of the orthopedic ser-
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 Congregation Civil                     DUobMience andthe Law                                                                       Expansion                            THE DAILY REGISTER, Thuraiiy, May 2, 1968-13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Officers J
 Meets Slate                                                                                                                        Of Temple                       Jacob to Get Annual                                                 For Temple
   ENGLISHTOWN - Officers
                                  Is Sisterhood Topic Discussion
 elected for Temple Shaari MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - manded mldwives to kill male in the process wither away                               Approved                                                                                            Nominated
 Emeth Congregation at the           "Civil Disobedience: Have infants. In fear of God, they the rights themselves.
 meeting held in the First Pres- We the Right to Break the disobeyed and thereby persued               Anatole Schlosser has tra- MATAWAN TOWNSHIP-By
 byterian Church, here were Law," was the topic of discus- justice. Burning a draft card, veled extensively in Europe an overwhelming vote of the
                                                                                                                                                                    Rabbi Herzog Award                                                    MATAWAN TOWNSHIP -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Donald Broder, 66 Irongate
 Mitchell Dittmann, president; sion by a panel of three persons though he objects to it, is not and the Middle East, and in congregation of Temple Sha-                  NEW YORK — Michael Ja-                                         Lane, has been nominated for
 Herbert Schenk, first vice trea- at a meeting°of the Sisterhood interposing personal values on 1962 attended a peace and dis-lom, the Reform congregation cob of Rumson, N.J., has been                                                president of Temple Beth Ahm
 surer; Mrs. Barbara Gaynor, of Temple Beth Ahm.                  others,                                                                                              named-recipient of the annual                                    for the 1968-1970 term,
                                                                                                    armament conference held in the proposed addition to the
 secretary;                                                                                         the Soviet Union. In 1965, Mr.temple building has been ap- Chief Rabbi Herzog Gold Me-                                                 Mr. Broder has been active
                                     The panelists included Rabbi The rabbi commented that re-                                                                         dal Torah.
   On the board of trustees are Morris L. Rubinstein, spiritual spect for the law strengthens Schlosser was tried on the proved ^                                                                                                       in temple affairs, serving as a
 Marvin Cohn, Mrs. Lawrence leader of Temple Beth Ahm; law's capacity to protect rights charge of conspiracy after                                                       The announcement was made                                      member and chairman of the
 Cushen, Robert Lederman, Ber- Anatole Schlosser, English'1 in- while disrespect for the law can transgressing the Cuba travel          It is anticipated that the                                                                      ritual committee, trustee of the
 Bard Letting, Mrs. Sydney structor at Pace College; and only weaken that capacity, and ban. In the case of the United                building committee, under the by Herbert Berman, member                                           temple board, and currently as
                                                                                                                                                                       of the New York Board of
 Loder, Arthur Millman, Allan J. Robert M. Weiman, com-                                             States versus Laub, Luce Mar- chairmanship of Burton Mor-                                                                           first vice president.
-Pekor; Alex Silver and Paul mander of the Department of                                            tinot and Schlosser, he was achnick, will seek bids for con- Higher Education and chair-                                               Other officers presented by
 Solomon.                          New Jersey, Jewish, War
   TTie first art show held by the Veterans. Mrs. Melvin Singer
                                                                  Zionist Unit                      acquitted. The decision was struction by June 1.
                                                                                                    later upheld by the United
                                                                                                                                                                       man of the national banquet
                                                                                                                                        The proposed addition will of the Religious Zionists of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the nominating committee were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jerome Fox, for first vice pres-
                                                                                                    States Supreme Court.
 Temple will take place Sunday served as moderator. Mrs.
 May 19 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Albert Friedes, social action      To Install                                                          consist of two large multi-pur- America.
                                                                                                      Mr. Schlosser defined civil pose rooms with storage fa-            The presentation will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ident; Fred Gales, second vice"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        president; Mrs. Irwin Benson,
 In 4 h e Jlordon Corner Fire chairman, arranged the panel           LONG BRANCH — Lt. Col,         disobdience as an intentional cilities. There will also be a made the evening of May 26                                             corresponding secretary; Mrs.
 House, Tennent Road.              discussion.                    Max H. Daina of Oceanport act which should be non-violent temple business office and the at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel                                                 Arthur Rubin, recording secret
                                                                                                    in its origin with no ordinary present lobby will be extended here. The occasion will com-                                          tary; Herbert Barrack, trea-
                                     The Rabbi stated there is a will be installed as president                                                                                                                                         surer, and George Silverberg,
                                                                                                    criminal intent. He stated that by a gallery leading to the
    -BARD5T0WN HOME                definite    difference between of t h e Monmouth County                                                                             merate the first anniversary                                     financial secretary.        ™
/ BARDSTOWN, Ky. (AP) - civil disobedience and rebellion Chapter of the Religious Zion- a person feeling that a con- new wing.                                         of the reunification of the Holy
                                                                                                    stitutional law is unjust will                                                                                                         Trustees nominated were
 Federal Hill at Bardstown, bet- or outright defiance. He quoted ists of America at a meeting                                           Mr. Morachnick said the en-
 ter known as My Old Kentucky a story from the bible about next Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.              violate it in order to test its lire plan is to allow for furth- City of Jerusalem during the                                       Russell Hilf, Irwin Pearl, Gary
                                                                                                                                                                       historic Six Day War.                                            Leffer, Stanley Wilson, Melvin
 Home, was built around 1795. the King of Egypt who com- Congregation Brothers of validity. Such an individual er expansion later, if neces-
                                                                  Israel here.                      does not wish to defy the Con- sary, without altering the pres-      Mr. Jacob, a native Jerseyite,                                 Schiloni and Ralph Strauss.
                                                                                                    stitution but only to clarify it. ent building.                    has been director of the Free-                                      Nominated from the floor
                                                                     Cantor Philip Rosenblatt of
                                                                                                                                                                       hold Chamber of Commerce                                         were Burt Goldstein, Al Alex-
                                                                  Congregation Brothers of Is- He posed for an example                  Architect for the project will                                                                  ander, Elliot Solomon and
                                                                  rael will be installed as vice a person who violates a travel be Daniel Bach, and the en- and honorary president of the                         Michael Jacob

      ANTIQUE                                                     president. Other officers in- ban and cannot get a passport. gineering specifications a r e Hebrew Day School, Plainfield.
                                                                  clude Maxwell A. Brown, Brad- If. he gets into a non- being prepared by Rudolph
                                                                  ley Beach, treasurer, and Rab-. recognized country, h e is Bergenfeld, Both are members arama Supermarket, Inc. He
                                                                  bl Benjamin Gonsky of the testing the courts as to the of the congregation.
                                                                  Yeshiva, Asbury Park, secre- truth of the law.
                                                                                                                                                                         He is vice president of Food-
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Religious Zionists of America
                                                                                                                                                                                                        and a supporter of many Torah
                                                                                                                                                                                                        institutions both in America
                                                                                                                                                                       is a lifelong member of the and in Israel.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Morton Wall.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Elections will take place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Thursday, May 16 at 8:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        in the First Aid Building,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Church St.

      AUCTION                                                     tary.                »              Mr. Zweiman, an attorney In
                                                                     Col.Daina has been active in Fort Lee, received his bachelor
                                                                  the Mizrachi Organization for of science and LLB degrees
                                                                  the last few decades. He hasfrom New York University. He
                                                                  completed 22 years of service is national chairman of the AU-
       10:30, SAT., MAY 11                                        in.the U.S. Army.                 American Conference to Cont:
                                                                     Rabbi Rafael G. Grossman, bat Communism. He is also                                                                                                                             TODAY
                                                                  spiritual leader of the host con- chairman of the Education
               TO BE HELD ON THE GROUNDSEGI                       gregation, will be guest speak- about Communism Committee
                                                                  er. Rabbi Maurice A. Shmid- of the Bergen County Bar
                              OF THE                              man of Asbury Park and Rab- Association.
                                                                  bi Philip Goldman of Bradley         He said willful non-violent                      DAYLIGHT SAVINGS SPECIALS
         ANTIQUE CENTER                                           Beach will so extend the greet- opposition of civil law is dis-
                                                                  ings.                             obedience and that laws that

                                                                     Mr. Brown will receive a persons feel are unjust should
                                                                  life membership certificate. be changed by legal means
                                                                  "Sand Curtain," a film of the rather than by Individual civil
                                                                  latest developments In Israel, disobedience.
                                                                                                                                            FABULOUS SAVINGS on "ROUND the CLOCK"
                                                                  will be shown.
                                                                     On behalf of the national or-
                                                                  ganization, Rabbi Shabse Katz,
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                                                                  director of the New Jersey About 25 Monmouth College
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                                                                  Mizrachi, will deliver a mes- students last week viewed com
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                                      Grace A. Scholl             attend the annual national din- Township. Thomas           Bickel,
              MAY 18             842-2927 or 264-7599             ner May 26 at the Waldorf company controller, took the
                                                                  Astoria, New York, will be an* class in managerial cost an
                                                                  nounced.                          alysis on the tour.


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                                                                       JWV to Honor                       3d Man Called Conspirator                                                      Revoked List Driver Fined                                                 Thursday, May 2,1968
                                                                       Saul Diamond                                                                                                 OCEAN TOWNSHIP — .Mu-             Bruce HoDingsworth of Ft»

                                                                         ASBURY PARK - Saul Dia-          In Attempt to Bufn Hotel                                                nicipal Court Judge Vincent
                                                                                                                                                                                  Agresti yesterday fined Nor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Monmouth, $5 for not pos-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      sessing a. motor vehicle regis-              Man Acquitted
                                                                       mond of 30 Laurie Lane, Little       ASBURY PARK - A third            .in ?2,500 bail each.                ris Bacon of Sewall Ave., As-       tration.
                                                                       Silver, will be honored at a       man charged with conspiracy           John E. Burkhart, Long            fiUry Park, $200 for driving           The judge reserved decision               In Threat Case
                                                                       breakfast sponsored by Bay-       to burn down the Lincoln Ho-         Branch, has been charged with       while on the revoked list Feb.      on a charge of careless driving   FREEHOLD — After a three-
                                                                                                         tel, Kingsley St., surrendered       attempt to burn a building and      9.                                  against Richard De Sarno, S. day trial, a jury before Su«
                                                                       shore Post, Jewish War Veter-     to police here yesterday.            is being held in the county jail.      Alfred T. Sigler of Minnehaha    Lincoln Ave., Oakhurst.         perior Court Judge Clarkson
                                                                       ans, in.the-Metropolitan Hotel       Edward Scala, 37, of 407                                                                                                                  S. Fisher yesterday acquitted a
                                                                                                                                                Police, acting on a tip, dis-     Ter., Manasquan, was fined ?15
                                                                       here Sunday.                      Ocean Ave. surrendered to De-                                            for careless driving. Michelle                                      34-year-old Neptune City man
                                                                         A former post commander,        tective Sgt. Rocco Traverso at
                                                                                                                                              covered 660 gallons of gasoline
                                                                                                                                              in the hotel.                       F. McDonough of Hooper Ave.,        3 Drivers Fined                 of threatening to take the life
                                                                       Mr. Diamond is vice eomrnatid-     8:45 a.m. yesterday in police                                           Brick Township, was fined $10         HOLMDEL -           Municipal of his brother.            —-—
                                                                           .of the JWV Fourth Dis-        headquarters. He was accom-                                             for making an improper turn,        Court Judge Seymour B. Klein- Alvin Applegatp, 40 Myron
                                                                       trict.                            panied      by   his   attorney,        BEACH PHENOMENON                 and Anthony J. Montedoro of         berg Tuesday fined George Ave., was charged with making
                                                                         The secretary of the Little     Max Barr of Asbury Park.               OCEAN GROVE — Robert              Main St., Allenhurst, $10 for op-   Paglia, 152 Norwood Ave., the verbal threat June 30 to
                                                                       Silver Democratic Club, he is           .j Scafa was charged with      Ambry, 51 Webb Ave., will           erating a car without function-     Deal, $15 for disregarding a his brother, Edward Applegate,
                                                                       also past president of the Mon-   conspiracy to burn a building        stage a "Beach Phenomenon"          ing rear lights.                    traffic signal.                 South Orange, in Wall Town-
                                                                       mouth-Ocean County Credit         and released in $2,500 bail.         Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p W         Jean J. Manzo of Jeffrey St.,       Assessed $10 each were Da- ship.            --
                                                                       Men's Association       and   a      Irving Steiglitz, Lakewood,       Featured will be "sculpture ort     Asbury Park, was fined $8 fof       vid Dellatto, 376 West End        Charles Frankel of Asbury
                                                                       past president of the United      part-owner of the hotel, and         and in the beach and ocean."        speeding. Alvin F. Applegate        Ave., Long Branch, for driving Park represented Alvin Apple-
                                                                       Hebrew Congregation, Keyport.     Nicholas Panaecione, Long            The staging area is between         Jr. of Peachtree Road, Oak-         with unsafe tires, and Edward gate. The state was repre-
                                                                       He is also a member of Democ-     Branch, also have been charged       the Ocean Grove Fishing Pier        hurst, was fined $5 for driving     Mico, 23 Windham Way, Free- sented by Assistant County
    *L|©HT COMPANION — Thomas A, Murray of 196                         racy Lodge, Knights of Pythias.   in the conspiracy, and are free      and Ocean Pathway.                  through a traffic signal, and       hold, for speeding.             Prosecutor John A.' Petillo-
    Washington St., Ksyport, is shown at left of President
    Johnsqi^aJjJress briefing, on trip aboard Air Force One.
    Mr; Murray Tias joirved Enjay Chemical '-.Co.?.SCpjjt>lte*
    relations representative in Naw York City after being
    Washington correspondent for Htarst Newspapers.

    Blake to Address                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SALE
    Eatontown Group                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 thru
      EATONTOWN-Pelor Blake, the division was established
    acting director of the state about two years ago.
    division of Economic Develop-      lie I s a graduate
    ment, will address members University with- a bachelor's
    of the newly-formed Industrial degree in economics and ha
    Development Committee of the done graduate work at the Uni
   Bureau of Commerce a n d versity of Minnesota and th
   Trade (BOCAT) of EatontoWn Universidad de Chile. H e
   it was announced by Charles served as a Navy officer dur-
   F. Kitson, BOCAT's president. ing World War 'II, including
,. Mr. Blake will be the comit- two years with the U.S. Em
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   tee's guest at a Juticheon meet- bassy in Chile,
   Ing Thursday, May 9, at Old
   Orchard Country Club, said Mr.
   Kitson, who also heads the In-
                                    Grant Permits
   dustrial Development Commit-
                                    For 2 Houses
                                       OCEANPORT — The Zon
      Mr, Blake was named to the^ ing Board last night approved
   $18,00fl-a-year state position'in a pair of variance requests to
   January, 1968., Before leaving' allow, single family dwellings
   for' his new assignment, he to be constructed on lots with
   wasgeneral manager of Latin undersized frontage.
  American operations at Klcc          A variance went to Aldo and
   tronic Associates, Inc., West Eva Mayro of 465 Adrian Ave.
  Long Branch.                       here, for their 100-by 150-fool
— Mr—Blake's duties for tae Monmoufh Blvd, tract'.
  state Include setting up pro-        Also gaining board approva
  grams to stimulate job oppor- Was Mrs, Mary Caputo of 46
  tunities, developing and ex* Tecumseh Ave., who will build
  panding domestic and interna- a residence on her Shrewsbury
  tional markets for New Jer- Ave. ]ot.
  sey products, developing busi-       Both properties arc in zones
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  portunities and promoting the
 state's resort and convention        Cure winter doldrums! Earn
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Wasserman Prints
                            Flower Pottmr in Scraps of Text                                                            V
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    At Guild Sunday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SHREWSBURY =~ Thirty.            sion seeks to be free of refer-
         By ELEANOR MAHKO                ugly. If you try this out, you
                                                                         30 works by members of the                                                                                                                                 five silk screen prints by Bur-     ence to anything located out-
       "There must be ways for           find you block out fewer things
   us to say beautifully the                                             Old Mill Association, includ-                                                                                                                              ton Wasserman completed be-         side the forms within his work
                                         than if you go around looking                                                                                                                                                              tween 1963 and 1968 will open       itself. It is in a language of
   things that we believe in,            for what is beautiful or great. ing .Frank B. Johnson of
   without embarrassment."                                               Matawan, who is currently                                                                                                                                  in exhibition Sunday here in the    pure non-representation form,
                                         I can't think of artists as                                                                                                                                                                Guild of Creative Art, 620
                                                                         represented In his first New                                                                                                                                                                   with a color range restricted
       This polite statement by Sis-     negative or despairing — or
                                                                         York one-man exhibition at                                                                                                                                 Broad St. A meet-the-artist re-     entirely to primary reds,-yel-
—ter•—Corita,•- head of the art          else they wouldn't be doing it.
                                                                         the Shuster Gallery, Third                                                                                                                                                                >
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ception will be held from 4 to f    lows, blues, black, white and
   department at Immaculate              If you notice and tare about
                                         things there is tenderness."    Ave., through May 18. He                                                                                                                                    l m, and is open to the public.    p-ays. All the shapes to be
   Heart College in Los Angeles,
                                         The nun sums up her theory:     has developed a mixed media                                                                                                                                   Dr. Wasserman, a professor       found in his prints are struc-
   and a Catholic Peace Fellow-
                                                                         technique utilizing oils, acryl-
                                          "In the midst of all the scream-                                                                                                                                                          of art at Glassboro State Col-      tured in strict but widely var-
    ship supporter, is an introduc-
 l tion to her exhibition of seri-       ing for help, you have a hope   ics, sand, wire and plastic in                                                                                                                             lepp, is currently represented      ied horizontal-vertical relation-
  "graphs which may appear oat-          that someone is going to        well-balanced compositions.                                                                                                                                with an invitational work in the    ships.
   lindish for a nun's image.            answer. Peace on earth is a        Represented in. the Red                                                                                                                                 Now-Jersey. ..stale Museum's       ..-•Original... prints .by Wasserv ~
                                         tired phracs for many people.   Bank show through May 24                                                                                                                                   "Art New Jersey 1968" exhibi-       rhan are in the permanent col-
       Bold statements and cliches                                                                                                                                                                                                  tion at the Cultural Center in
    lifted from advertising copy         We think we have made it        also are Amos Mnmford,                                                                                                                                                                         lection of the N.J. State Mu-
                                         fresh and new again."           Caroline Levy, John Manship,                                                                                                                               Trenton, and in the national        seum, Newark Public Library, .
    in newspapers, magazines and
                                                                         Jacques Kupfermann. Wil-                                                                                                                                    print exhibition at the Hunter-    Glassboro State Xollege—and—
    television, have a shock qual-         A sense of humor will help liam Munro, Barbara Cocker,
    ity in color (which pulsates)                                                                                                                                                                                                   don County Art Center in Clin-      the Philadfilphia^JPuhlic-_ LU
                                         viewers to thoroughly enjoy Joan Wark, Celine Pelly,                                                                                                                                        ton. His most recent one-man       brary, in addition to private
    and in their projection away         this show. We spotted this com- Plane Fitzgerald, Leslie Bee-
    from tired old methods of                                                                                                                                                                                                        show was in March in the Gor.         l                 ^       g
                                         mentary by writer William K. man, Buth Turner, Pat Laf-                                                                                                                                     don Craig Gallery, Miami, Fla.
    communications.                      Zinser on Sister Corita's ex-                                                                                                                                                                                                  a print demonstration May 24
                                                                         ferty,   Henrietta     Palmer,                                                                                                                                Washerman's expressional vi-     at 8:30 p.m. in the Guild.
       Thirty-three of these poster-     hibition, which has traveled
                                                                         Joyce Descloux, Ann Mitch-
   type rion-ligurative scrigraphs       throughout the country, "Where
    are on .view to the public           are the satirists to prick our, ell, Kenneth Daniels, Linda
                                         balloons ar.d remind us that Paul, Helen Sled, Betty
    through Sunday in the base-
    ment meeting room of the rec-        America was born with the. gift Trible and Gonzales Sebas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         FRAMING   BAUR STUDIOS                            ARTISTS

    tory o f ' S t . James Catholic      of laughter? Art Buchwald, tian. Their Individual styles
    Church, Broad- St., Red Bank.        Herblock and Jules Peiffer present a varied and colorful
    It's a provocative show and I        have wielded the pin for years. show.
    recommend it to those who            They need help."
                                                                                         , Collectors Cltoice
    think that culture of the past         Sister Corita, who received
    is mostly dead and out of touch      her MA in 1951 from the Uni-                      Staging of ' Monmouth Mu-             1'OSTER ART — A 24 by 36-inch serigraph by Sister Corita of the order of the Sisters of
    with most' people — especially       versity'W Southern California,                 seum's newest exhibition "Col-
                                                                                        lectors Choice" is under way              the Immaculate Heart of Mary, California, is'a provocative study of the immediacy of the
    the young.                           seems to try harder.
                                                                                        and woe to t h i ^ v h o still think     times. It is one of her 33 prints in vibrant colors on view through Sunday in the Rectory
        Sister Corita's art magnifies      Our congratulations go to the                the wildflower^how is still              iMeeting Room of St. James Catholic Church, Broad St., Red Bank.
    the "vital" words we've be-          St. James Catholic, Youth Or-
    come familiar with: Stop,            ganization for sponsoring the
                                                                                        there. A members' preview                                                                                                                              1135 Ocean Avenue        Sea Bright
                                                                                        will be given by the museum            burp, Ad Blindhardt, Vincent      taxidermist disguised as a        ber   of   Commerce      there
    Handle with Care, Bread, Life,       exhibitiafC'Our only suggestion                                                       van Gone and Salvador Dilly,                                                                                        741.9393                       '
                                                                                        in its gallery, 152 Broad St.,                                           chimp perpetrates a fraud. Be-    awarded the collection a giant
    Vote, God, Hope, Wrong Way,          is that it come out of the rec-                Red Bank, Sunday, from 4 to            and include an animal art cate-   fore leaving its winter home in   green ribbon inscribed "Worst         OPEN 10 to 4     closed               mondoys
• Take it Easy, Let Yourself Go,         tory meeting room and be                                                              gory in which an.-unscrupulous    Phoenix this year, the Cham-
                                                                                        6 p.m. when the first glimpse                                                                              in the West."
    Make Love Not War. Many of           placed, even for a short time,                 at the jade collection of Mr
    them are coupled with Works          in a larger staging area. The                  and Mrs.Loyd Langston, Asian
    by contemporary poets such as        assembled scraps of text have                  art objects of Mr. and Mrs
    Simon Garfunkel's "Let the           power to condense the size of a                Robert Maxwell, pewter collec-
    morning time • drop all its          room, .,                                       tion of Mrs. Foster Tallman,
    petals on me. Life, I love you
                                                                                        and her husband's military col-
    — all is groovy." Also, Lennon
    McCarthy's "And our friends                FOCUS ON ART                             lection; William Mackey's de-
                                                                                        coys and paintings from pri-
  . are all • aboard, Many more             More than 150 persons at-                   vate collectors, among whom
    than live next door."                 tended the opening of First                   are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wide-
        Believe it or not, when given     Merchants National Bank's                     man, Mr. and Mrs. Hans
    a chance this collection can          third annual "Focus on Art"                    Huber. Mr. and Mrs. William
    jolt the conscience and pound         exhibition Friday in Its Red                   G. Wrightson, Mrs. Robert
    the senses. It is a plug for the      Bank office at 150 Broad St.                  Maisel, Mr, and Mrs. Robert
    new flexibility and Joy in re-        Arranged by Miss Janet                        Eisner and Mr. and Mrs. David
     ligion, art and life stamped:        Schmidt, assistant cashier                    Marx. Included will be works
     "Today."                             and head of the women's de-
        "I have a theory," Sister
     Corita states, and adds laugh'
     ingly, "that doesn't work —
                                          partment, in cooperation with
                                          Geza deVegh, director of the
                                          Old Mill Gallery, Tinton
                                                                                        by Miro, Andrew Wyeth and
                                                                                         Dwight D. Eisenhower.
                                                                                           The show will open to the
     it's that there is nothing that's    Falls, tbe exhibition features                 public Tuesday at 11 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                               SELF PROPELLED
                                                                                           An art happening reflecting
                                                                                         current trends Is being staged
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                                                                                           Working artists will be
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                                                                                         Stanley Stamaty, cartooning;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        GRASS CATCHER                      .AM
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                                                                                           A unique addition to this
                                                                                         demonstration program will
                                                                                         be computer art.            The
                                                                                         machine will be manned by
     The quality slacks                                                                  Alex Langa, West Long
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       OPEN WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY EVES. tlLL 9 P.M.                                      of which are signed by Jack-
                                                                                        son Potluck, Robert Bauschen-
      Shore Synagogues Council Sets Anniversary Event                                                                                        Bicycle Safety            16-THE DAILY BEGISTER, Thurwiay, May 2,1968

   ASBUEY PARK — The Coun-           dependence and the first an- wood.                             Congregation Sons,of Israel,             Program Silted                  •Fort Cited OnRecord Blood Gift
 cil of Synagogues of Monmouth       niversary of Uie reunification .Participating in the obser- Lakewood, and national presi-       BELFORD - Sgt: John Kel-
and Ocean Counties will hoW          of Jerusalem.                   vance will be: Rabbi Morris dent of the Rabbinical Council ly, safety officer of the Mid-
                                                                                                                                                                      FT. MONMOUTH-A plaque              ant, by Dr. W. M. Markel, nough, and First U/Ts. Army
Its first formal public func-          Israeli songs and Hebrew A. Shmidman of the host con- of America and Lt.t Col. Maxdletown Township Police De- from the American Red Cross,
tion today at .Congregation                                                                                                                                                                              ARC New York-New Jersey commander Lt. Gen. J. O. Sea-
                                     prayers will Ije rendered by gregation and president of the H. Daina, Oceanport, former partment, will present a pro-                                                                         man.
Sons of Israel here.                                                                                                                                                Greater New York Chapter, for        blood program director.
                                     a 75-voice choir under the di- Rabbinical Council of New Jer- post chaplain at Ft, Monmouth. gram on bicycle safety at a
                                                                                                                                                                    a record donation of 1,065 pints
   The council represents 17         rection of Cantor Philip Rosen- sey; Rabbi Rafael G. Gross-     The Sisterhood will be host meeting of the local grade                                                Commendations w e r e re-          WRY EPITAPH
congregations. The entire Jew-       blatt of Congregation Brothers man, Congregation Brothers of at a reception after the pro-school PTA Monday at 8 p.m. of blood at the Army Signal                   ceived also by the school from   LOUISVILLE (AP) - A small
                                     of Israel, Long Branch, and Israel, I<ong Branch, and chair-                                                                   School bloodmobile visit in Jan-
ish community is invited to                                                                        gram.                                                                                                 Gen. J. F. Collins, ARC presi- firm which went out of busi-
                                     Cantor Aaron Metier of Con- man of the celebration; Rabbi                                       Mrs. William Hesse, PTA uary — the largest ever re-
attend the celebration of Is-                                                                                                                                                                            dent; Army Secretary Stanley ness six weeks after it started
                                     gregation Sons of Israel, Lake- I'hilip Goldman, Congregation                                 safety chairman, is in charge of ceived on a regular visit with-
rael's 20th anniversary of In-                                                                                                                                                                           R. Resor; USA Chief of Staff operations posted this explana-
                                                                                                     Clean up time means cash. arrangements.                        in the Greater New York area
                                                                     Agudath     Achim,    Bradley Sell no longer needed household   Refreshments will be served — was presented to Brig. Gen            Gen. H. K. Johnson; CONARC tion on the window: "Opened
                                                                     Beach; Rabbi Norman Eller, goods with a Classified Ad.        by the kindergarten mothers. Thomas M. Rienzi, command-               commander Gen. J . K. Wool- By Mistake."

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        (Second of four articles) ,
                                       which degradation of the es-
                                       tuarine environment might
                                                                             The area covered by the               A "primary sort" involved
                                                                                                                                                      for Fish
                                                                                                                                                      fish spawn far out on the        resulted in the emergence
                                                                           survey stretches from Cape           separation of fish from plant         continental shelf. This makes    of patterns on such important
       SANDY HOOK - Of vital           have on the abundance of            Cod, Mass., to Cape Lookout,         life; in a "second sort" fishes       a long migration by the          species as mackerel, fluke,
     interest to this immediate        all fish which to some extent       N. C. Samples were collected         were sorted out into species          young, back to the estuaries,    bluefish and menhaden.
     area is the Estuarine Re-         depend on these estuaries.          from some 80 stations along          groups, and in a "final sort"         a necessity.
    search project conducted by                                                                                                                                                           The laboratory is current-
                                         As a first phase, the labora-     predetermined lines. Last            a positive classification and            The second phase of the       ly engaged in a bibliographic
    the Sandy Hook Marine              tory started a survey to es-        year further sampling oper-          identification of specimens           program consisted of an in-
    Laboratory.                                                                                                                                                                        search of all published refer-
                                       tablish exact spawning areas        ations were extended south           was made.                             ventory designed to delineate     ences on geographic areas
       This sli-ly is directed to-     over the Atlantic continental       of Cape Lookout to Palm                 Arthur Kendall, biologist          the nursery areas of the im-
     ward      understanding the                                                                                                                                                       and e c o l o g i c a l condi-
                                       shelf.                              Beach, Fla.                          overseeing the operation said         portant migratory species or     tions where juvenile fishes
     significance of the relation-       The field work of this two-         The laboratory's research          the effectiveness of this sort-       their prey.
     ship of estuaries and the                                                                                                                                                         have been collected along the
                                       year survey of off-shore            vessel Dolphin was used in           ing technique was proven by             John Clark, assistant lab-     Atlantic coast and estuaries.
     abundance of coastal salt         spawning areas was com-             these operations. During the         the fact that "over a 15-week         oratory director anticipates
    water fish.                                                                                                                                                                           It is also actively cooperat-
                                       pleted last January. The            different cruises, samples           period the recovery of eggs           that by the end of 1968, "the    ing in a workshop meeting,
       A large scale research pro-     project was divided into two        were bottled, labeled and            and larvae from samples by            laboratory will have prelim-     arranged for mid-June, dur-
    gram was initiated in 1965 to      major activities: plankton          stored.                              five regular sorters ranged           inary results for most of the
    explore the importance of the                                                                                                                                                      ing which papers summariz-
                                       sampling operations along the         On the ship's return, sam-         from 93 to 100 per cent for           important coastal fish. These    ing results of past work will
    Atlantic estuaries in the life     shelf for the collection of egg,    ples were turned over to lab-        eggs and from 90 to 99 per            will show patterns of spawn-
    cycle of these migratory spe-                                                                                                                                                      be presented by university,
                                       larval and juvenile stages of       oratory technicians in the           cent for larvae.                      ing and the distribution of      state and federal workers.
    cies.                              game fish, an inventory of          "plankton lab" for treat-             "Preliminary results," he            young In the estuaries."
       The mam purpose was to          juvenile game fish in the es-                                                                                         Patterns Emerge              Anthony Pacheco, a fishery
                                                                           ment. This operation was             sajd, "have shown that many                                            biologist who is also work-
    look into the exact effects        tuaries.                            carried out in three stages.         important sport species of              Preliminary studies have        shop editor, referring to this
                                                                                                                                                                                       combined effort, said, "The
                                                                                                                                                                                        workshop is designed to sum

     ersey s                                                                                                                                                                            up the present state of-
                                                                                                                                                                                        knowledge on fish eggs, lar-
                                                                                                                                                                                        vae and juveniles in estu-
                                                                                                                                                                                        aries. It should point out
                                                                                                                                                                                        gaps in what is known about
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LAB TECHNICIAN — Carol Reihwald of Fair Haven is -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           engaged in sorting.marine samples at the Sandy Hook
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Marine Laboratory. Miss Reinwald, together with other .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           laboratory technicians, are engaged in separating ma-,

    To Boost Some Local Services
        By ELINOR MULTER              million were distributed under        Alexander Garelick, director       served; however all local li-
                                                                                                                                                                                      .,the distribution of juvenile
                                                                                                                                                                                        stages along the coast as well
                                                                                                                                                                                        as document the nursery role
                                                                                                                                                    "exceeded the new require- of estuaries for sport fish
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           rine animal life from plant life and then in classifying
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           eggs and larvae of ftsh info-species. This operation is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           part of the laboratory's estuarine research program,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           designed to evaluate the relation between migratory
      TRENTON         —New stan-      the act last year                   of adult services, for MCL re-        braries will be required to in-      ments, the State Department and forage species."
    dards governing state library        Standards applicable to coun-    ports that the library is already    corporate, to file incorporation      of Education reports.                 (Next: "Artlflcal Reefs")       salt waterfish and Atlantic estuaries.      -----      '
    aid pose no threat to the Mon-    ty libraries serving more than      meeting the employment stand-         with the state librarian and to        The new regulations provide
    mouth County Library but will     100,000 population (Monmouth        ards. The library's collection        employ certified librarians in       that "decisions on the use and
    mean more books, hours and li-    County Library serves a popu-       is approximately 50,000 . vol-        professional positions.              expenditures of per capita state
    brarians for some local libra-
    ries if they are to remain eli-
  , gible for state aid in the fu-
                                      lation of about 210,000) require
                                      16 full-time paid employes, ex-
                                      clusive of janitorial help, a
                                                                          umes and the annual purchase
                                                                          rate of new volumes is approx-
                                                                          imately the 21,000 that would
                                                                                                                  In addition, to be eligible for
                                                                                                                full aid, libraries must have a
                                                                                                                least one full time paid em-
                                                                                                                                                     aid rest with the board of
                                                                                                                                                     trustees of municipal, joint and
                                                                                                                                                     association libraries and with
                                                                                                                                                                                             THEDAILY                                                                              it I I
    ture. '
      The new minimum standards
                                      minimum of 125,000 volumes,
                                      an annual purchase of one vol-
                                                                          be required if the regulations
                                                                          were in effect, Mr. Garelick in-
                                                                                                               ploye or the equivalent in part
                                                                                                               time employes. An additional
                                                                                                                                                     the county library commission
                                                                                                                                                     of the county libraries."
                                                                                                                                                                                             1                         1
   approved yesterday by the          ume for every 10 persons in         dicates                              full time employe or equivalenl         The regulations call for all
    State Board of Education, go      the population, annual subscrip-      MCL subscribes annually to         must be added for eaich 4.00C         local and municipal libraries to                    RED BANK,         N. J;, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1 9 6 8 — —
   into effect Jan. 1, 1972. They     tions to 200 periodicals and ser-   more than 400 periodicals and        population beyond the first 4,-       have a board of trustees,
   were proposed by the State Li-     vice at least five days per week    is open 60 hours weekly.             000.                                                                   giipniiiiM^                              iiiiini iiiiiiniiiii mil in iiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiuiJiifflBiiitiiHiii
   brary Division in accordance       which must include some even-         For local libraries, the stand-        - Books Requirement
   with the terms of the 1967
   state library aid act; Some $2.9
                                      ing and Saturday hours, for a
                                      minimum of 60 hours weekly.
                                                                          ards depend to some extent on
                                                                          the size of the population being
                                                                                                                  Libraries will be required to
                                                                                                               have a minimum of 8,000 vol-
                                                                                                                                                                         ,         Report Amazes Middletown Officials
                                                                                                               umes or one book per capita,
                        Action Urged in English town
                                                                                                               whichever is greater, and to
                                                                                                               purchase one volume annually
                                                                                                               for each 10 persons.
                                                                                                                  A minimum of 50,periodicais
                                                                                                                                                     Charter 'Endorsement' Denied
     Police Need Weighed                                                                                       are required. For libraries
                                                                                                               serving populations of 10,000 to
                                                                                                               24,999 that number jumps to 75,
                                                                                                               for 25,000 to 49,999 its 100 and
                                                                                                                                                                            By BOB BRAMLEY
                                                                                                                                                           MIDDLETOWN — Mayor Ernest G. Kavalek and three
                                                                                                                                                       township committeemen expressed amazement and dismay
                                                                                                                                                       at a report yesterday that the Township Committee has en-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Committeeman Edward P. Makely, who said he con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           siders the contemplated administrative code "his baby,"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           reacted angrily when told of the news report^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 'TOO IMPORTANT'                    "
      ENGLISHTOWN — This bor           glishtown because they know tion would add 10 per cent to               over that the minimum is 150            dorsed a recommendation by its five-man,advisory commit-                 "I had hoped nothing like this would happen," he told
    ough soon may have to choose       there is no police force           the tax bill,                        periodicals •                          tee for a charter study commission and a slate of commis-            The Daily Register. "This thing is too important to the
  'between a low local tax rate           Council members pointed out Mr r Chomko reported that                   Minimum        library   hours       sioners to appear on the November ballot.                           township to play games with," he added.
    anff police protection for its     Uiat     minimum of $20,000 Trooper Ralph H. Niles of the               range from 30 to 60, depending              "I have not yet received a report from the advisory                  Mr. Makely said the Township Committee received a
    residents                          would be needed to establish Manalapan State Barracks had               on population, with all libraries       committee," Mayor Kavalek declared. "I am certainly hot             report from the advisory committee'Poridayt^'Buf informal-'
      Councilman Harry Chomko          a force, and that even part- suggested the formation of a               required to be open five days           in a position to form an opinion on it . . . it's very early      , ly, not as a body."
   touched off a .round of audience    time volunteers would have to Block Parents system This is              weekly plus some Saturdays             to. say we have taken a stand on it," he added. "The whole
   demands at last night's council     attend the police academy.y _a program which cannot be ini-             and evenings.                          committee should sit down with it and come up with a                      ffye committee also has a preliminary draft of Dr. Mil-
   meeting when he gave an ac-                 State Controlled 6 r T t i a t e d by a political group            Collection standards can be         decision."                                                           ler's proposed administrative code, iie_ added, "nai we feel
   count of how his son and i                                                                                  met in part by counting books                                 'NOT OPPOSED'                                 we have policy decisions made." ',, > "
                                         "All this is controlled by the such as,, the council. It is us-
   friend were chased around the       state. You can't just put a ually sponsored by a PTA or                 on long term indefinite loans               The mayor said, "I am not ana never nave been op-                    But the committee has made no decision on whether to
   school yard by a car after          badge on a man, give him a service organization.                        from the county, the regula            posed to a charter commission being placed on the ballot.            adopt the administrative code or whether to place a charter
   Boy Scout meeting.                                                                                          tions indicate.                        It's up to the voters to decide."                                    commission and commission slate on the November ballot.
                                       gun and call him a police of- Under the system, a block
                                       g                      p                                                                                                                                                            That decision, Mr. Makely said, should come by the end of
                                       f i "                l        d                                            County library officials ex-             Committeeman Robert P. McCutcheon called the report
      The councilman said that the     ficer," one councilman said. parent is chqsen after investi-            pressed pleasure; at the hew            "way premature."                                                    May.
   boys finally were forced into       They estimated that the. prbtec- gation and a ixjihand is placed        regulations. They, indicate that
-^ the. car by its occupants, all                                         in the window* %i Vfiat home as                                                  "We have not had a chance to make our own com-                      "The entire story," he declared, speaking of yesterday's
•V local teen-agers, arid eventual-                                       a sign to children that it is tho    some local libraries in the            ments on it," he went on. "We are going to try to implement          news report, "is not so."                         0
   ly released unharmed.
      Residents urged the council
                                      Cleans Gun,                         place to go in case of trouble
                                                                            Mr. Chomko quoted Trooper
                                                                                                               county system have been oper-
                                                                                                               ating at something less than an
                                                                                                                                                      certain features of Dr. (William) Miller's (of Princeton) ad-
                                                                                                                                                      ministrative code. If we can implement enough, it may not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               One thing preventing the Township Committee from tak-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ing action to endorse or reject the advisory committee's
                                                                                                               adequate professional level In         be necessary to have a charter commission," the committee-
   to take action before serious
   trouble develops. They contend     Man Is Shot                         Niles to the effect that if a
                                                                          block parent, called the bar-        some cases, "so-called" libra-
                                                                                                               ries have been open only one
                                                                                                                                                      man said.                                          . . .
                                                                                                                                                           "I hope this (story) doesn't hurt our chances to do some-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          recommendation or the administrative code, Mr. Makely
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          said,-is Committeeman Harold H. Foulkes' absence. Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Foulkes is in New Orleans and will not return until Sat-
   lawless groups, come to En-           HAZLET — John Fuller, 23, racks a trooper would be dis-               day a week they report. And            thing," Mr. McCutcheon concluded.                                   urday.         •    .,                .       .
                                      of £ Carrie Drive was reported patched immediately. Borough              only a few have adequate col-
                                      in fair condition this morning Council said it is interested in                                                      Committeeman Joseph M. Malavet commented on yes-                    The Township Committee, Mr. Makely went on, will
                                                                                                               lections.                              terday's report, "They ran a little ahead of themselves.
                                      at Riverview Hospital, Red hearing from any local orga-                     In 1966 more than half of the       I couldn't speak for the Township Committee. In a couple
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          discuss the draft of the, administration code in detail Tues--'.
                                      Bank, with a bullet lodged near nization which might be inter-           libraries in the state met or          of days we may have a statement," he added.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          day and will try to determine a course of action. He will
                                      his spine.                         ested in sponsoring this pro-                                                                                                                    release the draft to the public Wednesday, he promised.
                                         Police reported Mr. Fuller gram.
                                      was attempting to clean a .38 Borough Attorney John I.
                                      caliber revolver in the living Dawes suggested that Police              Limousine     Keansburg Marina Is Topic of Dispute
                                      room of his home shortly after Commissioner Richard Scott
                                      6 p.m. yesterday, when the gun contact Maurice Tindall, who
                                      went off accidently. A bullet holds the same position in Al-            Route Confab KEANSBURG — Discussion In regular business, the coun- Mr. Kennedy also complained in the borough on installation
                                      struck him in the right side lentown, and arrange a meet-                            about the former borough cil introduced an ordinance va- about the amount of rust that
                                      near the stomach.                  ing.
                                         Doctors at the hospital have "The two boroughs are simi-
                                                                                                              Is Postponed ownedonmarina, now in litiga- cating .certain"Fairview Aves. has appeared in the water sys- of new has hadlines,shut down
                                                                                                                           tion    alleged expenditures, Grandview and
                                                                                                                                                                           portions of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       certain areas from time to
                                      decided against operating, say- lar in size and problems. Al- NEWARK — A hearing on                             highlighted the meeting of the Vacating of these streets is                 Cause of Rust
                                                                                                                                                      Borough Council last night.                                                                          time, and when service is again
                                      ing the bullet will do no dam- lentown has one policeman, the application of the, Asbury-                                                           necessary for the formal clos- Plumbing Inspector James started, the recharging of these
                                      age where it is, but surgery four specials on weekends, and Red Bank -limousine Service,                           Thomas Kennedy, former ing of the Grandview Urban W Davis explained' that be- lines has brought about the
                                      could ber dangerous because of one police car," Mr. Dawes                                                       Planning Board chairman, and Renewal Tract.                        cause work has been going on rust situation'.,
                                      the proximity to the spine.        told the council.                  to operate between the Shore              a party proclaimed candidate
                                                                                                            and Newark Airport, was ad-               in a proposed recall election,                                                                         Daniel McLoone, 17 Lohsen
                                                                                                            journed yesterday because of
                                                                                                            a technicality raised'in a simi-
                                                                                                            lar case the day before.
                                                                                                                                                      termed the legal interpretation
                                                                                                                                                      of Borough Attorney Howard
                                                                                                                                                     A. Roberts on the title chang-
                                                                                                                                                                                      Highlands Teacher                                                   Ave., who allegedly was er-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          roneously named as a resident
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Who had his taxes lowered, on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a list made public two weeks
                                                                                                                                                      ing between the borough and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ago, informed the council that
        Frederick J. Rast
                                                                                                               The permission is being
                                                                                                            sought from the state board
                                                                                                            of Public Utility Commission-
                                                                                                            ers. The limousine service,
                                                                                                                                                     the present owners "a form of
                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Kennedy will run under
                                                                                                                                                      the banner of the "Let's Save
                                                                                                                                                                                      Cleared of Charge                                                   his attorney has instituted a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          libel and slander suit against
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          all parties involved.
  Rast Leaves                                                                                               now in operation, was told by
                                                                                                            the PUC it must make applica-
                                                                                                                                                     Money for Taxpayers" (LSM- HIGHLANDS-Jamcs While, him down town, Mr. King said. Mrs." I3abellc McDenriott, a
                                                                                                                                                     ET) association if a recall of 5th grade teacher in Highlands An error in identification member of the LSMFT organi-
                                                                                                                                                     the present administration is Elementary School, was com- caused Mrs. Adair to mistake zation, complained to council
  Force, Made                                                                                               tion as an autobus line and ob-
                                                                                                            tain municipal consents from            successful. He said that, be- pletely exonerated last night Clarence Burdge of 90 High- about the incident that involved
                                                                                                            the towns in which it operates.         cause the borough allowed the in a statement read into the land Ave., who was down town the stabbing of an off-duty po-
  Investigator                                                                                                    In a case being heard Tues-       Andora Corp. and Bonafede As- Board of Education r$3»d by at the time, for Mr. White, his lice officer. She said the beach-
                                                                                                                                                     sociates to operate the marina Stewart D. King, boanrpresi- nephew. The two men look front should be patrolled more
                                                                                                              day, a motion for dismissal
      FREEHOLD - An Atlantic
                                                                                                               was made on the grounds that          without a formal title closing, dent;                              somewhat alike, although Mr. by borough officers.
   Highlands patrolman for \Vi
                                                                                                               the limousine service had not         he considers its action "black-       At the April 3 public meet- Burtfge is perhaps 25 years Mayor Leonard S. Bellezza
 • years', Frederick J. Rast yes-                                                                              obtained a consent from the          mail."                               ing, Mrs. Florence Adair, a older, the board president said. referred her to statements
   terday was sworn in as a Mon-                                                                               City of Newark. The service,
                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Roberts, who had insti- board member, accused Mr. a "This error can only defame made by him in area news-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           deliberate attempt to
   mouth County investigator.                                                                                  which wants to operate be-           tuted suit in the name of the        White of absenting himself                                       papers last week, and reiter-
    • The appointment was con          REMEMBERED — Charles Schaovitz, left, building com-                                                                                                                              Mr. White, or a c« 0 of bad
                                                                                                                                                     borough over the nonfulfill- from his class during school eyesight," Mr. King concluded. ated that the force will be en-
                                                                                                               tween another part of the state
  firmed by county Prosecutor mittee chairman of N. J. Mofor Truck Association, un-                            and the airport, replied that        ment of contract against the hours and declared she saw The important thing, he added, larged by three additional Da-
   Vincent J. .Keuper and chief of                                                                             it had a permit from the Port        principals in early January,                                                                          trolmen and that regular
  county detectives John M. Gaw- veils bronzo tablet memorializing the late Ralph Nappi,                       of New York Authority, owner          stated last night that the princi-                                 is to have the matter straight- patrolmen will be paid over-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                p     ver
  ler.                                former head of Rollo Trucking Corp,, Keyport, and his
     Mr. Rast, 23, left the Atlan- deceased son, Louis. Looking on aro John W. Nappi,
                                                                                                               of the airport.                      pals had furnished affidavits
                                                                                                                                                    stating that $35,000 in perma-
                                                                                                                                                                                      Milk Price                        ened out on Mr, White's record. time wages to patrol the beach
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Assails Charge           area on foot weekends start-
                                                                                                                 Since the same situation ex-
  tic Highlands police force April Rollo's surrent president, and Ralph L. Nappi, son of
  26 and began his county duties Louis. The ceremony occurred during formal dedication                         ists with the Asbury-Ited Bank
                                                                                                                                                    nent improvements had been
                                                                                                                                                    made to the marina by the         Hike Okayed                         Joseph J. Czarnecki, admin- ing this week.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        istrative principal, charged Mayor Bellezza announced
  yesterday after he was sworn                                                                                application, the case was ad-         expiration date of December TRENTON (AP) - The State Mrs. Adair with "attacking me the Local Public Agency (LPA)
  in at the county clerk's office. of NJMTA's now headquarters in East Brunswick. Tho                         journed until the PUC rules on        27, 1907. In an answer to the Office of Milk Industry yester- professionally" by making her will meet the third Monday of
     An Army veteran, Mr. Rast tablet is in tho executive director's offico in the building.                  the motion in the other case.           ;uit, he said that the principals                                 accusation of'Mr. White at a each month at, the former rail-
  was graduated from Atlantic                                                                                                                        ilso will forward affidavits that day authorized half-cent-a-quart public board meeting rather road station instead of the Ken-
                                                                                                                                                                                        increases in the minimum price
  Highlands High School and had                                                                                                                      :ho full $50,000 in permanent of milk in North Jersey and a than calling the principal first. nedy Community Center.
  attended the Institute of Prac-
  tical Drafting. He had gradu-
  nted from the six-week munici-
                                      Planners Okay Two School Sites                                                                                  mprovements, as called for in penny-a-quart in South Jersey.         Asked for a retraction of her
                                                                                                                                                         reverter clause of the con- This works out to 2 cents for charge, Mrs. Adair looked at
                                                                                                                                                      ract, will be forthcoming.        gallons in North Jersey and Mr. Burdge, who attended last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Young GOP
  pal police class in I960.            MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - dicatnd off Crest Way is ade-                       shown on the plans In the im-             Mr. Kennedy has contended four cents in South Jersey.           night's meeting as a witness
     According to the 1968 county The Planning Board last night quate to handle influx of traf-               mediate vicinity of the school        that the two corporations were The increases were prompted and spectator. Still addressing                              To Hear Stout
  directory, Mr. Rast becomes gave qualified site plan approv- fic to the school.                                    ,>
                                                                                                              site, « •                              allowed to rent berth and col- by increases in producer prices him as "Mr. White," she re- ASIUIRY PARK -Sen. Rich-
  the third investigator in the al to plans for the Cambridge              2nd Route Eyed                       Conditional approval was giv-       lect an alleged $15,000 in fees authorized by the federal gov- marked, "Well, you could .see- ard R. Stout (R-Monmouth)
  county detectives' office. There Park Elementary School and Members suggested another                       en to the Matawan Avenue               though closing on the tract ernment. The increases in the the resemblance. Nothing mali- will bo Ihe keynote speaker at
  are also five detectives in the   the Matawan Avenue Interme- route off Clover Way, behind   hi             School with the stipulations that      liad not been formally made. federal and state prices took cious was intended. I saw Mr. the state Young Republican
  office.                           diate School, as proposed by the school na a possible sec-                tho site plan be resubmitleil             Mr. Roberts declared that if effect Wednesday.                  White in town a n d ' it's all convention, it was announced
                                     he Regional School Board. ond route.             for approval            showing the entire tract,               he principals can prove that                                      ironed out," she added.
                                       On recommendation of board also requested that tho entire
                                                                     The resolution                           especially the .school's relation-      ho title was not clear (he           The order brings minimum 1 "Maybe it was mistaken by Frank Kinsley, chairman of
              Microfilm                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the convention.
     Your business records. Pro- member William J. Schuchnrt,, school board tract be .submitted               ship to nearby homes, access           introduced a letter from a title prices for milk sold out of identity and maybe it wasn't.
, ledlun againtit fire or disaster. township miinafjer, tho fonanl showing existing and proposed              routes, landscaping and fenc-          company affirming this), they stores in North Jersey to 27 You can do anything you The annual Young Republi-
  741-1123.                 (Adv.) approved the Cambridge plan building, parking areas, recre-
                                                                                                              ing.                                    :uuld have a valid reason for cents a- quart, 4!) cents a half- want," Mrs. Adair told Ihu can convention will be held
                                    subject to submission of a                                                  TIK; new site plans will proba-      lot fulfilling the one year con- gallon and 92 cents a gallon. board.                               Saturday May 11 at the Em-
                                                                                                                                                                                        In South Jersey, the minimum                                     press Motel, hero. H is expect-
        Featuring Joe Dcrhay         raffic circulation plan show- ational areas and access drives,           bly bo submitted at a special           ract, clause.
                                                                                                                                                                                        prices jump to 27'/2 cents a       "She's still calling me 'Mr. ed dial dolomites from the 21
     Friday, Snturdny, Sunday. ing access in addition to thrtt rather than just the buildings                 meeting of Ihe board May 15.                  Captain's Cabin Open        quart, 50 cents a hnlf-gallon While,'" Mr. Burdge com- county                Yourif; Republican
  Lively, swinging and singing. already shown on the site plan. as now submitted.                                   Sound Studio Rental                 Free steamers for all to May and M cents a gallon..             plained. "She's been doing that units in the state will attend
 Harry's Lobster House, Sea The board questioned wheth- Another stipulation called for                          Rehearsal for small combo.
                                                                                                                                        combo         0 311 Broadway, Point Pleas- North Jersey counties Include for several days, I'm Burdgc," the day-long convention. Visi-
  Bright, N. $              (Adv.) er the one access route in- landscaping and fencing to lie                 Sound Arts, 531-8980.. (Afv.)          int Beach.                 (Adv.) Middle&x and Monmouth.           he declared*                     tors are also invited 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                F: DAILY REGISTER,
   Wahky Wins Medat                                                                                                                                                               Set Design Workshop                                                  Thursday, M*y 2,

   Of Stvedish Academy                                                                                                                                                            On Colonial Costumes                                                   Colonial W e * 275 commem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       orates the history of the ten
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       communities that once were
     NEW SHREWSBURY - Dr. skills for meaningful commu-                                                                                                                              FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP -               wiU be provided for those de- part of original Freehold Town-
   Lee Walsky, 41 Wellington nity living.                                                                                                                                         A colonial costume design           siring to work on their cos- ship.
                                                                                                                                                                                  workshop v/ill be held May 6        tumes during the workshop ses-
   Drive, headmaster and owner j »T. Wahky points out that                                                                                                                                                            sions.
   nf Hill-View Academy, Nor-1'".                                                                                                                                                 and 20, and June 3 at the Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         "I hope all members of our
   ganville. has been awarded; t.f,ilrtrv,n jhrmiphniit Sweden.                                                                                                                   kalow School, Freehold Town-
                                                                                                                                                                                  ship from 8-10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      community take part in the           HIGHLANDS
   the Great Medal of. St. qiafs; T h p 0it:»1 ir>T«s came from Dr.                                                                                                                                                   events scheduled for Cplonial
                                                                                                                                                                                    The workshop sessions, con-       Week," said Mrs. William Ster-       LOBSTER POUND
   Academy, Malron, Sweden, for j J o | m T ,. fl n n ,. is; r c d w mm\(.
                                                                                                                                                                                  ducted by members of the Colo-      ling, chairman of the costumes
   his work in setting "P a | KMIS jnf St. ()l;tfsr
   course of study'"' for handi-                                                                                                                                                                                      committee. "We live in an area
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wholesale = Retail
                                      A former coordinator of                                                                                                                     nial Week 275 Costume Com-
   capped children there.                                                                                                                                                         mittee, will provide detailed in-   that is experiencing tremendous
                                    special education and head                                                                                                                                                        growth in population and in-
      The award includes an hon- football coach at lied Bank                                                                                                                      struction on preparing cos-
   orary lifetime rneinbership in High School, Dr. Walsky re-                                                                                                                     tumes for the week-long cele-       dustry. Yet, we also live in an
   the academy. T)r. Walsky de- ceived his. degree in special                                                                                                                     bration, June 28-July 4.            areas that holds more than two
   scribes the medal,'as being education from Newark Stale                                                                                                                          Costume patterns for dresses      centuries of colorful and ex-
  "very-targe, -in -yellow— and Gollege. -----•: :>«.:;                                                                                                                           and colonial men's attire will      citing heritage I would not like
   black, with two ribbons for                                                                                                                                                    be available. Sewing machines       to see us forget.
                                       Hn found out about the need
   cords, and designed for formal from an exchange student at                                                                                                                                                            "For that reason, I hope all          featuring
   wear."     • •"                  Jersey City State College, and                                                                                                                                                    our residents — new and old —
                                                                                                                                                                                   Is Fined $25                       get into the spirit of Colonial
      The program herdevised for promptly went to work dcvls-
   llie HWPdish-rhildrenHm-ltides- -tng-thc course of education
•. Jnh (raining /or those over 14 Dr. Walsky and his wife,
                                                                                                                                                                                   In Long Branch
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Week 275. Wearing a costume
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      is part of that spirit."
   years l T a T i r i r t
   passer useful—subjpctmatter sons, Michael, 13 r and Robert;
                                        b f7 n T                        wto                                                                                                          LONG BRANCH —• Judge
                                                                                                                                                                                  Stanley Cohen has been fined
   f4           d progression of 10.
                            i f                                                                                                                                                   Brian Regnalt of J80 _Westwopd
                                                                                       H O W IT'S DONE — Rod Bank's Monrnouth Workshop was hosf to students of the Rut-'
                                                                                       gen University Workshop Administration Training Program. Part of group is.fea-
                                                                                                                                                                                  Ave., $25 after he entered a
                                                                                                                                                                                  pilty, plea to trespassing
                                                                                       tured discussing workshop electronic sub-contracts. Left to right are Peter Scoles,
                                                                                       workshop director; Frank Ciriglaiano; Professor Charles Wrege, Rutgers' Industrial
                                                                                                                                                                                  charges lodged by an ex-girl S A Y S :
                                                                                                                                                                                  friend.                                             v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           • FILLET
                                                                                       Engineering Department; William Harrington, and Charles Mallory.                              The judge found two drivers       BUDGET
                                                                                                                                                                                  guilty ^ of careless driving                                             HIGHLANDS
                                           Will                                                                                                mer Ave., Wanamassa, from
                                                                                                                                                                                  charges, Hichard Tocci M 3           WATCHING?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LOBSTER POUND
                                     count her                                          6 Divorces Granted                                     Irving J. Peltz,_ 'address un-
                                                                                                                                               known, for desertion.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Bayonne Ave., Monmouth For savings that really save,
                                                                                                                                                                                  Beach, and Rita Walker of 541 shop V. London's Discount Sales
                                                                                                                                                                                  Second Ave. They both paid $15 Store, 83 River St., Red* Bank.            Foot of Atlantic Street
                                                                                  FREEHOLD — These seven i from Milton B. Hubbard, 135 Joyce J. Sutton, 726 Bridle-               fines; Lorene Peiusio of 73 Fifth "Shop ui first or last, our buys      Off Bay Ave.      Highlands
                                     blessings                                  divorces were granted in nockwell Ave., Long Branch, mere Ave., Ihterlaken, from                  Ave., Belford, was fined $15 for                                           Contact Ray Shugard
                                                                                Chancery Division of Superior for adultery, i                  Edward C. Sutton, Moorestown,      speeding and $5 for improper are better." All items 100%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    guaranteed, free parking.              872-9861—291-2792
                                                                                Court.                          '.Virginia S. Peltz, 1005 Hay- for extreme cruelty.               registration.
                                                                                -Patricia M, Chapman, 13
                                                                                Garden Ter., Hazlet, from John
                                                                                J. Chapman* State'n Island,-for
                                                                                extreme cruelty.
                                                                                  Mary D. Corbly, 8 Country
                                                                                Club Road, Eatontown, from
                                                                                John B. Corbly J n , Washing-
                                                                                ton, D. C , for desertion.
                                                                                  Dorothy E. Foley, 3036 W.
                                                                                Bangs Ave., Neptune, from
                                                                                George J. Foley, address un-
                                                                                known, for desertion.
                                                                                  Jerrilyn Hubbard, 278 Long
                                                                                Branch Ave., Long Branch,

                                                                                  Issue Handbook
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                           member of her f&mily.
                            The gift of a million
                                                                                the coming weeks, older people
                                                                                 in Monmouth and Ocean Coun-
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                                                                                 fits, how the program works,
                   stones of the month, one for each child or                   and how payments are made.
                 jrandchlld In the family.                                      —James —-J-.- Gaivano, social
                    Each" aMllonal birlhstone^$5,0O                             security district fnanager, said
                        Convtnivnf Term*                                        the new Handbook highlights
                                                                                the changes enacted in the 1967
                                                                                social security amendments,
                                                                                improving protection and sim-
                                                                                plifying Medicare procedures.
                                                                                It has also been made easier
                                                                                foj\. Older people to read and_
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                                                                                                                                                                                                            THE DAILY       REGISTER, Thursday, May 2,

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Elks Teaching Scholarship Set

  RED BANK-Brigadier John        in the Molly Pitcher Motoi good, are under the direction             Before coming to Red Bank,      mouth County Section of the tion's educational and recrea-
Fabey of the Salvation Army      Inn.                           of John J . Garruto and Harry      he did field work in Troy, N.Y.    New Jersey Association for                                          FREEHOLD — At a meet-           lodge in the. area to undertake
will receive the Red Bank Ki-      Arrangements for the award Genovese.                                                                                               tional programs for .brain In-
                                                                                                      Mrs. Fahey is the daughter      Brain Injured Children will                                       ing of the Freehold Elks Club,    a program of encouraging stu-
wanis Club's Outstanding Citi-   made annually in recognition      The brigadier, who has been                                        have its second annual dinner- jured children.                    C. Albert Gibson, past ex-        dents into teaching professions.
zen Award at a dinner May 11                                                                       of pioneer Army officers. Her
                                 of contributions to the civic stationed here the past six                                            dance in Rod's Shadowbrook                                        alted ruler, announced that he      New members will be in-
                                                                years, is a native of England      father, the late Commissioner      tomorrow night.                     SHE THOUGHT AGAIN             and Charles Nelson, co-chair-     stalled May 5 at the Elks l i d g e
                                                                and received his early educa-      Edward J . Parker, was a for-         Among the honored guests       CALCUTTA, India (AP) - A        man, have completed arrange.      at 4 p.m. A dinner and social
                                                                tion there.                        mer national, commander.           will be Hep. James J. Howard, young couple ended their ro-        ments to award a $400 annual      will follow for members, wives

     New Store Hours                                               During his teen years he
                                                                visited the United States, and
                                                                liked it so well he decided to
                                                                stay. It was while crossing the
                                                                                                     The Faheys have three
                                                                                                   daughters, Mrs. Fred Smith of
                                                                                                   Chester Springs, Pa., Mrs.
                                                                                                   James Howell, who with her
                                                                                                                                      D-N.J., and Mrs. Howard; Mr. mance on their scheduled wed-
                                                                                                                                      and Mrs. D. Louis Tonti; Mrs. ding day in an argument over
                                                                                                                                      Peter Selesky, state project loyalty to Marxism, reported
                                                                                                                                      chairman of the New Jersey the Statesman. The story said
                                                                                                                                                                                                        scholarship to a graduate of
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Freehold Regional High School
                                                                                                                                                                                                        who will study teaching. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                        award will be made for four
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and guests.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The men will install the of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ficers of the auxiliary on May
                                                                                                                                      Junior Women's Clubs, and the girl fled in tears after her

     Beginning May 27
                                                                ocean that he was introduced to    husband is a student at the                                                                          years for a total nf $1,600.'
                                                                the Salvation Army and, its        Salvation Army School for Of-      Mr. Selesky and Myron Adler, fiance said he would die for           This is being done with the       •Sort out assorted things. Then
                                                               work.                               ficers' Training, and Miss         president of the state associa- Marxism "without' question"       cooperation of the guidance       sell them fast with an action-
                                                                   An Army officer for 41 years,   Jeannie. Fahey who resides         tion, and Mrs. Adler.           but if asked to do the same for   department      for   Freehold    getting Classified Ad. Dial 741-
                                                                Brigadier Fahey graduated          with her parents.                     Proceeds from the- .dinner his wife "I would think twice."

                                                                                                                                                                                                        schools. This becomes the first   6900 now!"
                                                                from its officers' school in
                                                                1927, served a year- on the
                                                                school staff, and was then
                                                                named to guide the opening of
                                                                a new post at Renssalaer, N.Y.
                                                                   Subsequent assignments took

                                                                him to Saratoga Springs, N.Y;
                                                                national headquarters in New
                                                                York where he helped organize
                                                                Boy Scout troops; and Mount
                                                                Vernon, N.Y., Newark and
                                                                Elizabeth where he was sent
                                                                with his wife, Capt. Mildred

 SATURDAYS CLOSED                                               Parker Fahey, after their mar-
                                                                riage in 1934.
                                                                  Next he was given adminis-
                                                                trative assignments in Pitts-
                                                               "burgh and Cincinnati, and
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                                                                dette trip of May 10-12.
                                                                   Forty-two    Cadettes   from                   FREE INSTALLATION
                                                                throughout the area served, by                              WHITE ALUMINUM—COLONIAL

                                                                                                              CROSS BUCK DOOR
                                                                Monmouth Council, and three
                                                                adult chaperones, including the
                                                                Piper are scheduled to start
                                                                from the Monmouth Shopping
                                                                Center at 5 p.m. Friday, May                      Scallop Glass and
                                                                10, arriving a t ' York House,
                                                                Williamsburg,- late that even-
                                                                ing. A full day of sightseeing
                                                                is scheduled for Saturday, May
                                                                11, and the group is to return
                                                                Sunday evening, May 12.
                                                                                                                  Early American Black
                                                                                                                  Strap Hinges
                                                                                                                  All Hardware
                                                                                                                  Push Button Handle
                                                                                                                                                      59 INSTALLED FREE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LATEX HAT WALL FINISH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          HUNDREDS OF COLORS
                                                                   During the instruction meet-
                                                                ing, slides of Williamsburg                                                                                                                                               SALE PRICED AT
                                                                were shown by Mrs. G. C.
                                                                                                          Old Reliable                          Close-Out
                                                                Grubb, Little Silver neighbor-
                                                                hood chairman. Mrs. William              Aluminum Combination
                                                                Windrow, Monmouth Council                                                    PRE-HUNG ALUMINUM
                                                                field advisor, gave background
                                                                                                                        DOOR                     COMBINATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WM      GALLON
                                                                   Mrs. Van B. Fox, t h e Piper,
                                                                who has visited Williamsburg
                                                                on several occassions, dis-
                                                                                                                                              FRONT                                                                                        REGULARLY 7.49
                                                                cussed the trip with the girls.                                                                                                                      • One Coat—No Drip—No Spatter
                                                                Room partners were a n -
                                                                nounced. A memo was distrib-
                                                                                                                                               UUUK                                                                  No Run—No Messy Clean Up-Tools

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ONE COAT
                                                                uted covering the trip sched-

                                                                ule and suggestions on what
                                                                to bring.
                                                                   The May 11 schedule starts
                                                                at 8 a.m. with breakfast, fol-
                                                                lowed by a movie on "The
                                                                Story of a Patriot," an all-day
                                                                                                                                               CASH ' N ' CARRY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SELF PRIMING
 Plagtl-Mteed                                                   tour of Williamsburg accom-
                                                                panied by guides reserved for
                                                                                                                                              ONLY 6 ON HAND                        FOR THAT                        LATEX INTERIOR HOUSE PAINT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6        45
                                                                                                                                               • 2 Glass - 2 Screen                                            • Many Colors
 Mix or match
                                                                the Cadette group. A free pe-
                                                                riod is scheduled for Saturday
                                                                                                                                               • All Hardware
                                                                                                                                                                             COLONIAL                            Including the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Latest Colonial
                                                                evening. r,
 aolld* upd coloramau                                              Sunday, May 12, there will
                                                                be attendance at church, lunch-
                                                                                                              INSTALLED                       • Hinges on Left                LOOK                               Colors. ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                               • Reg. 7.98
                                                                eon in Williamsburg, with the
                                                                                                                                                                             We have a complete line

                                                                return trip to start at 1 p.m.,                                                                                                                REG. 8.H0 GAL.—WHITE
                                                                arriving at Monmouth Shop-                                                                                   of Robert Ernigs
                                                                ping Center at 9 p.m.                                                                                                                          SASH & TRIM                   :.            7.15 gal.
                                                                                                                                                                                  WROUGHT IRON                 RES. 7.10
                                                                   To accompany the girls, in

 VINYL REED                                                     addjtion to the Piper, are Mrs.
                                                                firubb and Mrs. Windrow.

                                                                                                                                                                                  • Eagles         ~~
                                                                                                                                                                                                               FLOOR & DECK ENAMEL 5.98 gal.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        COUPON                       COUPON

 CAFES                                                           Scouts Sell Kits
                                                                 To Pay for Trip
                                                                                                                              SAVE 2.07
                                                                                                               Reg. 14.95 - 8 Piece Comingware
                                                                                                                                                                                    All Slxtt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Reg. 99c Gal.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RAID • AEROSOL

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                HOUSE and
  Treat your windows to the casual beauty of these                FAIR HAVEN - The sale
                                                                                                                                                                                  • Switch Plates                      THINNER                GARDEN SPRAY
  cafe curtains. The hollow vinyl reeds allow light
                                                                of "Tom Watt" kits by mem-
  to filter through for an airy look. Perfect for the           bers of Boy Scout Troop 24                                                                                        • Trivets
                                                                will end Saturday. Committee
  kitchen because they wipe clean, Combine two                                                                                                                                    • And Many                       wF tKr GAL.
  tiers, two tiers plus valance or single tier plus
  valance. Solids in white, gold, persimmon, green
                                                                chairman is Arthur Kendrick.
                                                                  Proceeds from the sale will
                                                                go toward a camping trip
                                                                                                         PAN SET                                                                    Many More                         Limit 1 till 5/4             Limit 2 till 5/4
  or turquoise. Sunset or horizon coloramas.                    planned by the troop for May
                                                                18. Twenty members and adult                                                                                                                               Vi — NYLON REINFORCED — 50 f t .
                                                                leaders will take a 10-mile ca-       REG. 4.98                                                                    PAPER GARMENT BAGS
                                                                noe trip down the Mulllca Riv-
                                                                er through the undeveloped
                                                                pine country of the Worthing-
                                                                ton Tract state forest, t h e y
                                                                will camp overnight under the
                                                                supervision of Leigh Bugbee.
                                                                                                       SHOWER & CURTAIN SET
                                                                                                      • Cafe Style or Ruffle
                                                                                                      • Heavy Shower Curtain               2.98             TIME!
                                                                                                                                                                                   TAR PAPER
                                                                                                                                                                                   DRESS and SUIT BAGS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         HOSE                              5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Open Daily 8 A . M . to 5:30;

 Mati'hing nolld or colorama ralancen                   000       The troop recently celebrat-
                                                                ed its fifth anniversary. Slides                                                                                                                 Wednesday and Friday 'til 9 P.M
                                                                of the past year's activities                                                                                                                      •FREE      DELIVERY
                        YOU* MONIY'S WORTH MOBI AT              were shown to boys and par-                                                                                                                       3 CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE
                                                                ents by Assistant Scoutmaster
                                                                Walter Hook. Ceremonies in-                                                                                                                         • Budget • Easy Charge
                                                                cluded the presentation of a             32 BROAD ST.                            741 • 7500                       RED BANK                              • Prown's Credir
         52 BROAD ST., RED BANK                                 scroll to scoutmaster P'rank V.
                                                                O. H<jedy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             20—THE DAILY REGISTER,
    Emergency Unit Gave Aid to 188                                                                                                                      Mrs. Goeller Honored At College Day
    KEVPORT — Mrs. John Kir-
 by, treasurer for the Salvation
 Arasy Emergency Unit, here,
                                       Thanksgiving and Christmas
                                       assistances, and that some
                                       transients were provided with
                                                                                     Bridge Advice                                                      NEW BRUNSWICK - Mrs. Day here. Mrs. Goeller re-
                                                                                                                                                      Nancy Goeller, 8 Deerfidd ceived a certificate as a mem-
                                                                                                                                                      Road, Holmdel, was among 91 ber of the Psychology Club.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to work toward a Ph.D. at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Institute for Cognitive Studies,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Newark, which is associated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             psychology major jgraduaOng in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1968 from University College.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The award is given in memory
 announced that the unit aided         lodging, meals and cash. Pay-           By ALFRED SHEINWOLD                                                    Rutgers University evening stu- Wife of Leon F. Goeller Jr.,     with Rutgers,                         of Mr. Kaden, a promising
 Its persons during the past           ments also were made for                "You can fool some of the          East dealer                         dents presented awards for stu- and mother of two children,        Mrs. Goeller also is recip-         psychology major who died just
    Mrs. Kirby said that due to        medical and optical attention        people some of thp time,"             Both sides vulnerable               dent activity leadership at the she is a May 30 candidate for    ient of the Charles Kaden             before his graduation from RuU
 the large number of recipients,         The Salvation Army has             Abraham Lincoln once said,                     NORTH                      14th annual University-College a B.A. in psychology and plans    Award for the outstanding             gers about two years ago.
 the budget allocated for this         started il^wiHiial spring drive      meaning that this was nothing                  4 954
 area has been over-extended           and the local unit committee         to be proud of. If Lincoln had                 f? Q 9 5
                                       has asked that contributions         been a bridge player he would

 considerably, and without the                                                                                             O J1094
 additional aid granted by the         be returned as soon as possi-        have classed occasional success
 parent organization in Newark,        ble.                                 in the fooling business as a        WEST               EAST
 the unit would have had to re                                              very sizable accomplishment.        4 K32              • 6
 fuse many requests.                       ALEUT AND ACTIVIC                   East wuii the first trick with   i? S3              O AKJ762
   The unit services Keyport,             DARWIN, Australia (AP) -          the jack of hearts and contin-      O853               O K762
—Union Beath;Ha?.ict, Holmdel          A customs- offtt'er dived 4Q feet     ued with the ace and king.         + J9842            +76
 and part of Cliffood Beach.           from the Norwegian freighter         South ruffed the third heart                   soum
 -".Mrs..-. Walter-•.•Cphpjvjvelfarc   Hock Lee into Darwin Harbor          with the queen of spades, and                  4 AQI1087
 secretary, and George Searcfi,        when lie spotted a t'hlnesfi .sea-   West casually discarded Ihq                     ?
                                                                                                                           C 104
 chairman, reported that fami-         man toss a small package over-       deuce of clubs.                                + KQ10
 lies were aided with food,            board. Tiie customs man re-             As you see, West was a            East    Soulh West       North
 clothing, shoes, furniture, pay-      covered the package, later           bridge player, not a President.              Double Pass      2 0
 ment of rent and fuel, and            found to contain opium.-             He knew that fooling some of         Pass    2 4      Pass    3 4
                                                                            the people some of the time          Pass    4 4      AH Past
—- A M E R I C A ' S   LAflfiF.ST   FAMILY     .1J.UOT.HJNS    .'CHAIN      was pretty good for a bridge                Opening lead - <? B'
                                                                            player, "                                                        •Illll
                                                                               Now, forget about the East-
                                                                            West cards and look at the
                                                                            hand from Smith's point of
                                                                                                                a finesse. If so, he will go
                                                                                                                down slnco he will lose the
                                                                                                                                                             KILL WEEDS NOW!
                                                                            view. South can get to dummy        spade finesse and will later
                                                                                                                lose a diamond as well.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Weeds are unsightly and they                               Illll         DELUXE 2-SPEED
                                                                            exactly once, with the ace of
                                                                            clubs. He can take either the          Mind you, South may try the
                                                                                                                diamond finesse Instead. West
                                                                                                                                                                                              the grass.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             TRAVELING  \
                                                                            spade finesse or the diamond
                                                                            finesse, but not both; and he
                                                                            must win the finesse of his
                                                                                                                cannot be sure of fooling South
                                                                                                                all of the time. But even an                                      lawn. Weeds crowd out good                                  SPRINKLER \
                                                                            choice if he hopes to make          occasional success Is better                                      grass. This is the time for a                              \ WATERS UP TO 16,000 SQ. FT. \
                                                                             the contract.                      than no success at all.
                                                                                                                   Incidentally, don't write that                                 war on weeds.
                                                                                      No Problem                                                                                                                                                                •    Winds up Hose
                                                                                                                letter about leading .a low spade                                                                                                                    Automatically
                                                                               South has no problem if West     from dummy for the finesse.                                       Greenfield      Dandelion    and
                                                                            overruffs the third round of        West would refuse to take his                                                                                                                   •   Waters any Size, any
                                                                                                                                                                                  broadleaf Weed Killer wipes                                                       Shape Lawn
                                                                            hearts with the king of spades.     king, and South would be no
                                                                            Since there is no longer a          better off.                                                       out     dandelions,     duckweed                                             •     2 Speed, 3 f>osmon
                                                                            spade finesse South must try               DAILY QUESTION                                                                                      Model #3500 (Shown)                      Control for Fast,
                                                                                                                                                                                  and 100 other weeds. Con-                                                         Slow or Stationary
                                                                            the diamond finesse. This suc-         Partner opens with one                                                                                                                           Sprinkling
                                                                             ceeds, and South makes his                                                                                                                          REG. 39.99
                                                                                                                 spade, and the next player                                       tains 3 powerful weed killers.
                                                                            contract.                           passes. You hold: S-K 3 2 H—                                                                                                                   • Adjustable Nazzfet
                                                                                                                                                                                  A sure kill.

                                                                               South does have a problem        8 3 D-8 5 3 C—3 9 8 5 2. What                                                                                                                  • Holds up to 27S» of
                                                                             when West fails to overruff.       do you say?                                                                                                                                      7/16* Hose
                                                                            Since South does not know              Answer: Pass or bid two                                               Covers 5000 sq. ft.                                                   > Shuts Itself Off*
                                                                            which opponent lias the king        spades. This is a borderline
                                                                            of spades, South may go to
                                                                            dummy with the ace of clubs
                                                                            and lead the nine of spades for
                                                                                                                decision. Raise with a good
                                                                                                                partner; pass with an unreli-
                                                                                                                able partner.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   4                     •Optional Shut Off V a M J2.99

                                                                              Slate Nominated For Sisterhood
                                                                               MATAWAN TOWNSHIP -
                                                                            Mrs. Jerome Fox, 11 Jasmine
                                                                                                                vice president; Mrs. Ted Win-
                                                                                                                ters, corresponding secretary;                                  PURE—STERILIZED—100°o ORGANIC
                                                                            Road, Madison Township, has
                                                                            been nominated for president
                                                                            of the Sisterhood of Temple
                                                                                                                Mrs. Donald Broder, record-
                                                                                                                ing secretary; Mrs. Seymour                   GREEN LIFE
                                                                                                                                                                                ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM WEEDS
                                                                            Beth Ahm.
                                                                               Currently education vice
                                                                                                                Oliven, treasurer, and Mrs.
                                                                                                                Lawrence Firestone, financial
                                                                                                                                                                                GREEN LIFE                                                                ELECTRIC
                                                                            president, Mrs. Fox has been        secretary. Trustees nominated
                                                                            active in Sisterhood and temple
                                                                            activities since moving here
                                                                            from Brooklyn more than two
                                                                            years ago,            •
                                                                                                                to serve a two-year term are
                                                                                                                Mrs. Murray Tischler and
                                                                                                                Mrs. Arthur Rubin.

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                                                                                                                                                                              Manure. This 2-1-2 Formula is
                                                                                                                                                                              Specially Purified. Sterilised, De-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MOWER         MODEL RE 2500
                                                                               Other officers presented by        Election will take place* at                                odorized and Dehydrated.
                                                                            the nominating committee were                                                                                                                                                               REG. 59.95
                                                                                                                the May 28 meeting in the Oak

                                                                            Mrs. Stuart Abraham, member-        Shades Firehouse, Lower Main
                                                                            ship vice president; Mrs. Joel      St., at 8:30 p.m.
                                                                            Yura, education vice president;                                              Reg. 3,10
                                                                            Mrs. Stanley Glugover and             The key to her heart is the
                                                                            Mrs. Ronald Joseph, ways and        key to a new home. Look for              50-lb. bag                                 LIMIT 5 BAGS
                                                                            means vice presidents; Mrs.         one in the Classified Ads to-
                                                                            Morris Rubinstein, program          day!
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                                                                                                                                                               LAWN SPRINKLER                                 PINE BARK MULCH
                                                                                                                                                                                               8           95              98
                                                                                                                                                        • Aqua Magic Dial                                              • Naturally beautiful
                                                                                                                                                        • Set It To Automatically Sprinkle                             • Rich brown color
                                                                                                                                                         - Any Area from S to S ft.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       • Win not crust—Permits moisture
                                                                                                                                                        • Works Well On Low Pressure                      Rea. 10.95                                                                 Reg. 2.98
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         to penetrate to roots.                                      3 cu. ft.

                                                                                                                                                              LAWN SEED                                                        PEAT MOSS
                                                                                                                                                                       7-Day      Germination                          Prime Quality • Compressed 4 Times • Appx. Wt. 100 lbs.

                                                                                                                                                                REG.                                                            JIG                                 $^69       6 cu. ft.
                                                                                                                                                               65c LB.                                                             4.75                                 &

                                                                                                  YOU GET                                                     MARBLE CHIPS                               KO KO MULCH                                  GRASS EDGING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          40 ft. x 6 Inches wide
                                                                                                                                                                                                         25 Ib. BAG — REG. 2.10

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            . 2.25 VALUE
        OUR 3-PIECE WOOL                                                                                                                                                          50 Ib.
                                                                                                                                                                                   BAG                                   BAG                                              ROLL
           IMPORTED FROM                                                                   with First Merchants                                                     10-6-4                                    PERENNIAL                                    GALVANIZED

               BRITISH                                                                                                                                         50% ORGANIC                               RYE GRASS                                 FENCE WIRE
                                                                                   DAILY INTEREST
                                                                                                                                                         • Granular                                                                             • NON-CLIMBABLE

                                                                                                                                                                                 2       19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            7      99
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • 97% Purity                                 • FOR LAWNS —
                                                                                                                                                         • Contains urea form                                                                     PlAY YARDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                   • 98% Germination                            e PROTECTION—34"

                                                                                        PAID FROM DAY OF                                                      50 Ib. BAG                                  REG. 10.98                SO Ib.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                e EASY TO INSTALL —
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                                                                                         DEPOSIT TO DAY
                                                                                                                                                                                         FROM OUR CEMENT DEPT.
            You'll agree they're worth                                                   OF WITHDRAWAL ..                                                 • 90 Ibs Concrete Mix Reg. 1.65 1.49                          • 80 Ibs Play Sand                    Reg. 1.35              1.19
                    MO to $5O                                                      ..I provided a $25 balance is maintained
                                                                                             at the end of the quarter                                    • 80 Ibs Sand Mix                Reg. 1.80          1.65       • 80 Ibs Blacktop Patch Reg. 1.90 7.75
              Non-stop smartness in these full-fashioned
              ensembles imported for American women of                                   4 ^ 0 Per Annum                                                                                 Prices Effective through Sunday, May 5th
              good taste! Slender skirts, shells with tiny                              Compounded       and Paid Quarterly
              sleeves or none at all, jackets beautifully
                                                                                        You'll always come out ahead with
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                                                                                        I Q MOPIf . . . ONLY PEOPU HIKE I MOO l a i n

                                                                                        10 CONVINIINT COMMUNITY OFFICES
                                                                                    Head OHice: 601 Mattko* A M . . Aibwy         tat
                                                                                                                                                          "helping people with lawn problems for over 67
        ASBURY PARK^Rr. 35 at Asbury Park Circle                            Aibury Park • Rtd Bonk • Manasquon • North Aifcyry Park
                                                                                    Briall* • Fait Hovin • Hclmd.l • Celta N M *
                                                                                                                                                        197 SHREWSBURY AVE. ^ S T " Phone 747-0465 — RED BANK
  "WfCtH AMBOY—365             Smith St., West of RR Station                               AwHi-N.pmw C»| • MillitAM Tw».
               MADISON TOWNSHIP—Rt. 9                                       Drivt-U M Walk-Up rocllitln and E X O K I M H M N I At AH Offhw
                                                                                                                                                            OPEN HON. THRU THURS. 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. - FRI. 8 A.M. TO 8:30 P.M. - SAT. 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.
     I So, Of Rt. 516 between Sayrcvllle and Freehold)                      V«mtirt rmttnl                                                                                           OPEN SUNDAYS 9 A.M. to NOON (UNTIL MAY 26)
  Hazlet Trade Group The Outdoor World                                                                                                                                                                                      TWK UMLY HhU.VJKK, TbiWay. JWiy 2, <['#*, -2\

                                                                                                                                                                                       Lions Hear Veteran Of Three Wars
  Gets 100th Member
    HAZLET - At a meeting of
                                                                                                             / B y
                                                                                 If there were — a s ' a friend of mine
                                                                                                                            WILLIAM F. SANDFORD
                                                                                                                                                                                    RED BANK - Lt. Col. Har-Vietnam, and showed color; 25 years; Daniel W.: Dorn, 20
                                                                                                                                                                                 ry B. Williams of Ft. Mon- slides, He will be in charge years; and Dr, Alien B. Ken-
                                          The chamber meets the third     jestingly suggests there is — a big mist
  the Chamber of Trade and             Wednesday of each month in                                                                                                                mouth, a veteran of World of the forthcoming Armed dall, 10 years.
                                                                          net strung across the entire migration path                                                                                                       Forces Day observance at the       Walter T. Anderson of Little
  Commerce, Anthony Montagna,          the Shore Point Inn, IU. 35.                                                                                                              War^.11 and the Korean War,
                                                                          of our spring birds somewheie to the south                                                                                                         fort.                           Silver, vice president of An-
  president, announced that the           Guest speakers were Joseph                                                                                                             and wlior-recontly returned
                                                                          of us, the effect would                                                                                                                              He was introduced by Wil-1 derson Bros., Inc. of Red Bank,
  association has reached its          DeVirgilio, chairman of the        be just about what we're                                                                               from Vietnam, spoke to Ihe liam ft. Blair Jr., who was was welcomed into the club.
  membership goal, with a paid         Raritan High School Booster       now experiencing.                                                                                       local Lions Club at the Molly in charge of arrangements.                    Initiation ceremonies were con-
  membership of more than 100.         Club, and John Mitchell of the           Mist nets are the                                                                                Pitcher Motor Inn.                            Honored for their many years .ducted by Eugwie Magee Jr.
                                       Community YMCA of Upper           flimsy nylon webs in
                                       Monmouth County.                                                                                                                             Col, Williams, who was in of service to ihe club with                      Harold B. Millward, chair-
  McCarthy                             the association are D&C Mobile
                                                                         which bird banders trap
                                          New members accepted into, their subjects. Banders                                                                                     charge of four post exchanges Old Monarch service awards, man of the nominating com-
                                                                                                                                                                                 t n" Sai gorr -and" vicinity; • to Id - of •were Dr: F. Mdvin Edwards, mittee -ft>r-i968=fi9 officers, will
                                                                         have told me that only                                                                                  his experiences and views on and Edward II. Conway, Sr., report at the next meeting.
  Canvass To                            Home Service, 424 Middle
                                        Road, Buliler & Bitter, Irii'./
                                                                          about one bird in 500 to
                                                                          1,000 is able to force its
                                       3290 Et. 35; Edwin Stark Real-
  Start Sunctay                        tors, 1355 Rt, 36; Dr. W. J.
                                       Marganthaler.,    dentist, 833
                                                                         way through the mesh,
                                                                         without becoming en-
                                                                         tangled, and continue on
                                                                                                                                                                                   Two of the other six species I've seen just
                                                                                                                                                                                   one of, and two others I've tallied only
                                                                                                                                                                                   twice.                               ".   "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cardinal, song sparrow and chickadee, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           same sounds we've been hearing since
        RED BANK - The door-to- • Toole Ave.; Tiny Glenn's                its way.                                                                                                       In another paragraph were listed 14
    i p p r canvass by Volunteers for Snack Bar, 626 Beers St.; Air-                                                                                                              -specios-due before April4,5. -Six of_them-
                                                                                That's about the proportion O a        f                                                                                                                          ONE^OFTHBittOST confusing factors
     McCarthy here will get under port Bar and Liquor Corp, 46                                                                                                                     are still missing from my list, including the
                                                                         normal migration influx — a__small frac-^             OFF COURSE. OR TRUANT? — Tufted                                                                             in the study of field ornithology is the
..Jirayion Sunday,                    •Airport Plaza; Borge's Bakerj                                                                                                              -purple-martin-described-here-on—Apr41-4-
                                                                         tibn of one" per cent — we "have"Tia3'ln                                                                                                                         ^ c l p a ~ e x 5 t r c r ~ A " n a " 1 f f getting; worser
        Supporters of Sen. Eugene Airport Plaza; Dupree Studi                                                                  duck, similar to native ring-necked but             as "due any day now."
                                                                         northern Monmouth County throughout the                                                                                                                           With more and more birds being imported
     McCarthy in his presidential of Photography, Airport Plaza          month of April.                                       sporting a conspicuous head plume, is-a               '•• Ail-that despite - a season- remarkably _          '"-            " ' — f r o m drawing room'cage
   -bid-will: canvass in District 4 Shore Haven Trailer Park, Inc                                                             ~EurbpeanTspBciss seldom71ee7r1ff~O^7eT(-"
                                                                                The mist net idea-is ridieuious, but so •   •
     this Sunday. District leaders 424 Middle Road; Wych'fiel                                                                  cept in captivity. When one is found in             the weather maps indicates any
                                                                         is the current local bird situation.                                                                                                                              bound to escape. They can pose insoluble
     and Volunteers for McCarthy Reality Co., Bethany Road                                                                                                                         logical dam blocking the ayian tide to the
                                                                                         *         *         *                 the wild here, as was -this one now on a                                                                    problems for field students.
     will meet at Broad St. and Ber- Shop Rite of Hazlet Rt. 36                                                                                                                    south of us. It's a mystery for which few
     gen Place at 1:30 p.m. The Dr. Myron Friedman, 47 Beth                     IF FIELD BIRDING were entirely pre-            Point Pleasant Beach pond, question arises          explanations are being offered, and we can                   An example of such a problem is the
     borough's other election dis- any Road; Dr. Joseph I                 dictable it would still be interesting. • It's       as to whether it got here under its own             only hope that those voicing fears of "a                tufted duck now apparently enjoying life
     tricts will be canvassed on suc- Cohen, 298 Middle Road; Vogu        same \vay astronomy is interesting. It's
                                                                                                                               power or'is just a fugitive /rom a collec-          tremendous, winter die-off" prove to be                 on Old Sam's Pond in Point Pleasant
     ceeding Sundays until the June One Hour. Cleaner, Bethan             the variation that adds excitement. But                                                                  overly pessimistic.                                     Beach.' There's no way of knowing whether
     4 primary.                        Road; Hazlet-Holmdel New          when the variation is so completely nega-             tion.                   (Register Staff Photo)                  *        *        . •                       this European native made a navigational
        The 'purpose of the canvass    Service, 5 Stanford Drive          tive, frustration sets in. Some local birders                                                                                                                    error and returned from its Iceland breed-
                                                                                                                                                                                       WE'LL KNOW more soon. During the
    Is to remind voters of next Philo, Rothenberg and Sawye               are talking of switching to botany or                       A birder once told m e of a nightmare        next two weeks migration should reach its
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ing grounds along the wrong side of the
...month's primary and to provide attorneys, 2780 Rt. 35; Dr Ma:         entomology, or even golf.                               he'd had. It was the«last week in May             climax. If it isn't markedly different from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Atlantic, or merely escaped from some-
    information about the 20 dele-     tin Greenwald, 289 Middl                  At this point, their joking scarely"'           and the' turtles from winter hibernation—                                                                 body's farm pond.
                                                                                                                                                                                   the month just ended, we'll have to put
   'gates and alternates pledged Road; Peoples National BanP              masks their anxiety.                         '         first of the hordes of April and May              this down as the year the birds failed to                    Some ornithological group should move
    to support Sen. McCarthy. Airport Plaza; Dr. Robei                           If variety is the spice, predictability-is      migrants.                                         come back1 to Monmouth County.                          for legislation which would make it manda-
    The volunteers also will pro- Ciampa, 883 Poole Ave.; Serr            the comfort factor in all native study.                     We have just concluded the first half            Meanwhile, only a bird buff can ap-                 tory that all imported birds be conspicuous-
    vide transportation to the polls cor Equipment arid Mfg. Corp         In. the face of increasing threats to na-              of that period With the nearest thing to a        preciate the feeling that comes with an                 ly banded so that, when they escape, there
    for residents who desire that      Rt. 35; and Lloyd's Servic                                                                                                                                                                          can be no doubt as lo their origin. Until
                                        Center, 14 Bethany Road.        t u r e ' s balance there is reassurance in the          realization of that nightmare in the memory       hour's woodland walk on April 30, when we
    service.                                                              continued manifestation of ageless cycles—             of Jhe oldest of local bird-watchers.             expect to find the air full of the voices of            there is such a law, it's going to be im-
       Mrs. Bernice Rissman, 285                                          the opening foliage and blossoming of                       In the April 4 edition of this caiumn        a host of recent arrivals *- a half-dozen               possible, in many cases, tcf establish
    Spring St., and Mrs. Anne                                                                                                                                                     -warbler species, two or three of the vireos,            authentic examples of natural, accidental
                                    Boys, 11, Admi
    Shainline, 293 Spring St. are co-
                                                                          woods plants, the emergence of the frogs'
                                                                          and the turtles from winter hibernation—
                                                                                                                                 we listed~20 species that could be expected
                                                                                                                                 before the end of April, with median dates        catbird, wood thrush, possibly Baltimore                occurrences of species far off their normal
    ordinators for the Red Bank                                                                                                                                                    oriole — and to hear only the red-wing,                 ranges.
    canvass. District leaders in-   Breaking Panes                        and the return of the birds from the south.            for each. We're still looking for 14 of them.
    clude Mrs. Nancy Hutchins, 174 RUMSON — Two 11-year-oli

                                                                                 CLEARANCE SALE!
    Branch Ave., here; Mrs Fred- Rumson boys have admittei
    erick Pohl, 386 West Front St., breaking an estimated $1,00
    Eiver Plaza, and Mrs. Betty worth of thermal glass window
    Pena, Middletown.                 at a house under constructioi
       Persons who want to volun- on Wardell Ave., police said.
   teer to canvass in their district     The boys, both Forrestdal
    should contact the Monmouth School students, have been re
• County McCarthy headquarters leased to their parents to awai
• In the Monmouth Shopping,Cen- action of the juvenile officer.
   ter, Eatontown. i                     Some 59 panes of therma
                                       glass'window in the house, in
                                       eluding two 4-by-5 foot pictur
                                                                                                                                                                                                       WHILE THEY LA&l
 Club to Hear                          windows, were broken whei
                                       empty beer bottles, stones am
^Candidates .                         -pieces of brick were hurlei
       HOLMDEL — Candidates for through them Monday night.
    the Township Committee and            The boys were apprehende'
   tax assessor will be presented Tuesday afternoon by Patro
   at a meeting of the Holmdel man John Keany who spotter
   Democratic Club tomorrow at them in the area of the house
   9 p.m. In Township Hall.            police reported.
       A discussion of township          The boys couldn't give an;
  ;needs will be followed by "The reason for the destruction, ac
   Longest Bridge," a talk on the cording to police.
 (.transatlantic cable illustrated        The house, on the circle a
 iwith color slides.                   the end of Wardell Ave., is be
 .V A social hour with refresh- ing constructed by Bob Lee
             will end the evening.     West River Road.

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                                                     RED BANK
                                                                            M»H,««,,tl. C U n n m r f
                                                                            Monmouth Shopping tenter
                                                                                                                                                               PnntnK                       EATONTOWN CIRCLE STATION
                                                                                                                                                                                            HOURS                   &30               A M . TO 9:30 P.M.
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B—THE DAILY BFjrMTtM,JTlmr*3*y, M*y                                                                                                                                                                                                   Joseph Monier Wed
 Mss Vigneault Engaged                                                                                                                                                                                                                In Mountainside Church
 To Graduate Student                                                                                                                                                                                                                    MOUNTAINSIDE—The mar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      riage of Miss Martha Burton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      of Westfield,       to Joseph
                                       . NF.PTHNK — Announcement
                                      is miuiu by Maj. (Hot.) and                                                                                                                                                                     Conaughty Monier, son of Mr
                                      Mrs. Hola i K. Vigneault, HI'S                                                                                                                                                                  and Mrs. Harold L. Monier,
                                      Karon Avo., of the engagement                                                                                                                                                                   Serpentine Drive, Monmouth
                                      of Iheir daughter, Miss Linda                                                                                                                                                                   Hills, Middletown Township,
                                      Mario Vigneault, to Honald Kd-                                                                                                                                                                  took place Saturday here in Our
                                      ward Hniy, son of Mr. and.                                                                                                                                                                      Lady of Lourdes Church.
                                      Mrs Edward Bray of Jones-                                                                                                                                                                       The Rev.'Gerard B. Whelan of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ficiated. The reception was held
                                      vine,"We.                                                                                                                                                                                       at the home of the bride.
                                      An Aug. 31 wedding is
                                    planned. - -           --- -±----- Mfss Barbara-Jean Ebert -- -Miss Susan M,-Kinsman-                 Mteg Carolyn-A. Benedict                               Miss Nancy J^-Gladtag—-
                                      The bride-elect, a graduate of                                                                                                                                                           and Mrs. Joseph Burton of
                                    Neptune High School and As-                                                                                                                                                                Crumlin, Dublin, Ireland, is a
                                    bury Park Business College, is
                                    employed by Klein's Publish-
                                    ing; Inc., Wayside,
                                      Mr. Hray is an alumnus of
                                                                            An noun ce Forthcomi i ng Wed dings                                                                                                                graduate of St. Agnes School,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dublin. She was given in mar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               riage by H. N. Bockus of West-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               field. Mrs, William Roonpy
                                    Jonesville•—High Sehool—-and - NEW-.SH-IIEWSIIUHV —- Mr,                                           -..GaEENWQQD_:LAKE,..N. Y.                               -SHREWSBURY - Mr. and was matron of honor, and Miss
                                    Pembroke (N. ('.) State Col- and Mrs. Herman A. F.bert, 30 Mrs. James G. Kinsman of this Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Bene-                                      Mrs. William J. Glading, 23 Susan Bockus, Westfield, was
     Miss Linda M. VlRnrault        lege, whor" he is a candidate Glenwood Drive, announce the city announce the engagement dict, of this place; have an-                                       Garden Road, announce the en- maid of honor.
                                  - for-a mflHter-Vdegree,---         engagement of tbeir-daughtor,- of- 4huir-daughter,_Miss^Susan-                  f
                                                                                                                                                   h ^ g g                                      gagement . of their daughter,                                     Mrs. Joseph C. Monier
                                                                      M1ss Uurliara-Jean Ebert, to Mae Kinsman, to Robert Page their daughter, Miss Carolyn
                                                                      M1 U l J             Ebrt t                                                                                               Miss Nancy Jean Glading, to Michael Monier was best (The former Martha Burton)
                 RECEPTION IN IIOJ.MDEI.                              John Frederick Bohinski, son Keith, son of Lonnie J, Keith Anne Benedict, to Jerome B.                                    William James Quinn Jr., son man. Ushers were Clifford
                                                                                                      of Floyd, Va., and the late Mrs. Drew Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs.                            of Mrs. William J. Quinn, 80 Hemphill and Phillip Lobo.
    HOLMDEL — A christening Beechwood Dr., Shrewsbury. of Mr. and Mrs. John Bohin- Keith.                                                                                                       Applegate St., Rjver Plaza,                                    Single rooms to spacious
                                                                      ski, 107 Highland Ave.                                           Jerome B. Drew, 624 Point
• reception was held here Sun- Among the guests were - the Miss Ebert, a senior at Mon- The wedding is planned for Road, Little Silver, N.J.                                                    and the late Mr. (Quinn.         Mr. Monier, a restaurant
                                    child's godmother, Mrs. Wat-
 day in the Holmdel Motor Inn son • Czerwinski, -Shrews- mouth Regional High School, June 15 here in St. John's Lu- Miss                                                                          Miss Glading and her fiance manager, is a graduate of Pin- apartments... A complete ar-
                                                                                                                                                  Benedict   attended                           are graduates of Red Bank gry School, Elizabeth, and at- ray is yours-to choose from in
 for Carolyn Lee Gehrig, bury, and her godfather, Wat- Is employed" by Metallurgical theran Church;                                    Orange County Community Col-                             Catholic High School. She also tended Syracuse (N.Y.) Univer-
 daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. son Czerwinski Jr., ..Jersey International Inc., New Shrews- Miss
                                                iki J          J                                                 Kinsman,       grand- lege and is employed at New
                                                                                                                                                                                                was graduated from St. Fran- sity. The couple will reside in today's "For Bent" Ads.
 John Arthur Gehrig 2d, 202 City.                                     bury. She will enter Trenton daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- York University Medical Cen-
                                                                      State College in September, ert E. Hutcliinson of Lincrbft, ter,                                                          cis Hospital School of Nursing Plainfield.
                                                                                                                                                        .'_.                                    and ip on the staff of Chil-
                                                                      where she will major in busi- N.J., and M r s . C D . Kinsman
                                                                                                                                                                                                dren's Psychiatric Hospital in
              VALUABLE COUPON                                         ness education.                 of Chevy Chase, Md., and the Mr.           Drew, owner       of
                                                                                                                                       the Shrewsbury (N.J.) Sailing                            Dayton, Ohio. Her father is an
                                                                        Mr. Bohinski, a graduate of late Mr. Kinsman, is an alum- School, is an alumnus of Car-                                 assistant general counsel with
                      SUPER AM A                                      Henry Hudson Regional School, na of the University of Georgia, negie Institute of Technology.                             the Prudential Insurance Co.
                                                                      is attending Electronics Train- where she majored in English. He is a teacher in Freehold                                 of America and judge of the
                                                                      ing Center in Pennsauken. He Her fiance, an alumnus of Township schools and is at-                                        Shrewsbury Municipal Court.
                       SEWING MACHINE                                 will graduate in May,-1969,— Virginia Polytechnic Institute, tenaing graduate school at Mon-
                                                                                                      is employed by Allstate Insur-                                                              Mr. Quinn is a senior at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                University of Dayton, where
                        REPAIR SPECIAL                                '58 Class Reunion
                                                                                                      ance Co., Roanoke, Va. Miss mouth College.
                                                                                                      Kinsman will be employed by After a June wedding, the                                     he is a jnember of Phi Kappa
                                                                                                      the Roanoke County School sys- couple plans to teach sailing                              Mu fraternity.
        • Stager Wtitlnghouie • White and Japanese Makti j            Set for Aug. 17
                                                                                                      tem in the fall. Mr. Keith was this summer and travel next
                     • Adluit Machlm       FOR                          RED BANK — The Red Bank president of his 1967 class and fall.
         LOOK        • Chick Ttnilom,
                       balance             ONE
                                                                      Catholic High School Class of was named to "Who's Who in
                                                                                                      American Colleges and Univer-
         WHAT       • Lubricate all peril
                    • Install ntw nHflli LOW
                    • Import all wiring
                                                                      1058 will hold its 10th reunion sities."
                                                                      Aug. 17 at the Cobblestones,                                                             DAR Members
       YOU GET         Mr loftty          PRICE,                      Middletown.                                                                              Display Glass
                       * FRER m i el a nwchln* wtill* wt itrvlct your*         Mrs. Joann Pluniaker, 53
                                                                             John St., the former Joann
                                                                                                                Lt. Parsons                                     RED BANK — A collection of
                                                                                                                                                              old glass and pewter from the
        at ATLANTIC S U P E R A W A , New Shrewsbury
                                                                             ESchelbach, is chairman of the     Is Engaged                                    homes of early families of this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             and easy to keep
              NECCHI SEWING MACHINE CO.                                      affair.
                                                                                                                __KETTERING, Ohio.._-. The
                                                                                                                                                              area     was     exhibited
                                                                                                                                                              the American Heritage meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The New New Curly£urly
               Open Sunday 'til 6 p.m.            LI 2-1483                    She is seeking information on     marriage of Miss Sandra Amy                  of Monmouth Chapter, Daugh-
                                                                             the whereabouts of classmates
                                                                             Mary Ryan an RichaTd qurtis.
                                                                                                                 Smith and Lt. James Spencer
                                                                                                                 ParsonVU.S.' Air Force, will
                                                                                                                                                              ters of the American " Revo-
                                                                                                                                                             lution. Each member described
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Permanent Wave
                                                                                                                 take place here June 8 in                    the pieces she had brought. The
                                                                                                                 the—Fairmont- Presbyterian                   exhibit was arranged by; Mrs.
                                                                                                                 Church. He is the. son of Col.               Geoff Wood, program chair-
                          YOUTH CENTER                                                                           and Mrs. Theodore W.-Par-
                                                                                                                sons, 234 Riveredge Road, New
                                                                                                               Shrewsbury,-N. J             ._.
                                                                                                                                                                The meeting was held in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                     rliss Bonnie L. Miller
                                                                                                                                                                                                   BELFORD — Announcement
                                                                                                                                                             Womans Club. Reports on the        is made by Mrs. Lois Miller,
                                                                                                                   The bride-elect, daughter of              New Jersey State Conference        208 Oakes Ave., of the engage-
                                                                                                                Mrs. Pauline E. Smith, here,                 were given by Mrs. William         ment of her daughter, Miss
                                                                                                                and the late Russell D. Smith,               Schanck and Mrs. Harold Ry-                                                    MONDAY — TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY ONLY
                                                                                                                is a graduate of Fairmont East               der. Mrs. Frances Dietrich of      Bonnie Lee Miller of St. Croix,
                                                                                                                                                                                                V.I., to Raymond C. Andrews,
                                                                                  ary                          .High School. She attends Ohio
                                                                                                                        U i i t
                                                                                                                State University.
                                                                                                                   Lt. Parsons received a
                                                                                                                               s receved
                                                                                                                                                             West Long Branch, a member
                                                                                                                                                             of Shrewsbury Towne Chapter,
                                                                                                                                                             gave a report of the 77th Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
                                                                                                                                                                                                Andrews, 44 Hudson Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                JOHN'S SET,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         13? BROAD ST.                                RED BANK
                                                                                                               bachelor of science degree in                 tinental Congress DAR, held in
                                                                                                                                                             Washington .^recently. Mon-         .An August wedding, -Js
                                                                                                                PeTmsylvaniF^tatr University,"                                                  planned.
                                                                                                                wfiere he received his com-                  mouth Chapter was awarded a
                                                                                                               mission upon graduation. He                   blue ribbon for its yearbook          Miss Miller, who is employed
                                                                                                                is stationed'at Wright-Patter-               and was on the silver honor roll   as a secretary by Standard Re-
                                                                                                                son Air Force Base, Dayton.                  for achievements.                  frigeration, Inc, and Standard
                                                                                                                                                                                                Manufacturing Corp., attended
                SAVE ON SWIM AND PLAYWEAR                                                                                                                                                       Middletown Township High
                                                                                                                                                                                                School. She also is a model for
                                                                                                                                                                                                Sunny Rae's Boutique in St.
     for boys                                                                                                                                                                                   Croix.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mr. Andrews, who is
               1.50      boxer shorts, zipper fly, 4 to 12                       .\........t        99                                                                                          employed in St. Croix by Har-
                                                                                                                                                                                                vey Alumina in the accounts
              2.50   summer pajamas, 4 to 12          .-.  „.•„...•      1.99                                                                                                                   payable department, also at-
              4.00   school and play slacks, this group has slims and                                                                                                                           tended Middletown Township                                                OF RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                High School.
              to     regulars from 4 to 16 and is odds and ends of       2.99                                                                                                                                                                                            2 4 BROAD STREET
       '       7.00  famous brands such as Billy-the-Kid, all are        and
                     instant wear, permanent press                       3.99                                          Spring ami. Summer Suit                                                   Bride-Elect
            9.00     woolCPO's, 8>o 16          :,                  ;    6.99                                                                                                                    Is* Honored
                                                                                                                                                                                                  MATAWAN—Miss Elizabeth
            3.00 up hooded zip-front sweat shirts ."...-.                1,99                                                                                                                   Jane McCarthy, daugher of
     .     14.00 . sport jackets, double-breasted washable, 8 to 12 9.99                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                thyL__Hu_dsoj__ St., ,_ Marl-
                     (other washable summer sport jackets, single^md;—*•—                                                                                                                       boro, was" honored^at a Mdal
                   - double breasted sizes 4 to 16, were 10.00 to                                                                                                                               shower here in the home of
                     20.00 — n o w 7,99 to 14.99)                                                                                                                                               Mrs. J. Wallace McCue, Mata-
         .„ 3.00     sport shirts, short sleeve, permanent press........ 1.99                                                   All from Reg. Stock                                               Miss McCarthy will become
                                                                                                                                                                                                the bride of Mark Serafin, son
                                                                                                                                                                                                of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sera-
     for qirls,                                                           i.... •..'..                                    ,'•
                                                                                                                                2 & 3-Pc. Suits . . .
                                                                                                                                 ..       «>,     i .   •

                                                                                                                                Checks, stripes & Solids . , . .                                     itesses were Mrs. McCue,
            5.00 _ swim suit's, l-pc.and 2-pc, 4 to 14 ..."..,                3,99                                                                                                              Miss Dorothy McCue and the
            4.00 up jackets uhlined with hoods,& to 14 .'                     2.67                                              long, short,& sleeveless . ...                                  bridal party, Misses Kathleen
                                                                                                                                                                                                McCarthy, Patricia Croddick,
         . 2.5,0    pajamas long pants for summer, 4 to 14                     1.99                                                                                                             Diane Goeman, Carol McCue
                                                                                                                                15 delicious shades to choose from . . .                        and Diane Serafin.
            4.00    culotte shifts and regular shifts, 4 to 14                2.99
            3.00    shorts and shirts all nylon stretch, very famous *.                                                    .a variety of styles ==--—"—-                   ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 CLUBWOMEN'S LUNCHEON
            and     brand — solid shorts — sleeveless shirts in . . . . 2.3.7                                                   ail sizes 6-16..                                                  RED BANK — The Woman's
            3.50    solids tor stripes — navy, green, white, pink           • and                                                                                                               Club will hold installation ot
                                                                                                                                                                                                officers at its spring luncheon
                    and yellow                          .,.....;.........each 2.67                                                                                                              today at noon in the Molly
                                                                                                                                      Sale priced at only,                                      Pitcher Motor Inn. A musical
            3.50-   Jamaica short and sleeveless shirt set ./....„'           2.99
                                                                                                                                                                                                program will be presented by
            2.50    knee knockers in denim or twill, 7 to 14 .....*....... 1.99                                                                                                                 Miss Lorraine Miller, choral
                                                                                                                                                                                                director of the New Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                Power and Light Co.
     for infants a n d toddlers                                          .-..••
              3.00       terry stretch coveralls                   J...............               1.99                                                                                              CUSTOM
               .69       waterproof panties, broken sizes             ,        .!,..               .37                                                                                            UPHOLSTERY
              2.25       swirp trunks, boys 2 to 3x                                                 99
              2.50       pajamas, tropic summer weight—famous brand                                 ^
                                                                                                                  J              '        Reg. to $40.00                                          SLIPCOVERS
                         boys and girls styles — solid pants with                                                                                                                                  DRAPERIES
                         print tops, sizes I to 4             „„          ".                     1.99                                                                                              custom built furniture
                                                                                                                         SPRING CLEARANCE                                                          We hove a large loloctlon                                                        ONLY $21.00
              -J.50      jackets, boys and girls light lining, 2 to 4             .:             2.99                                                                                               of vinyl and upholitery
              2.50       shorts, sleeveless shirts — nylon stretch —-                                                                                                                                  fabrlci In itock.
                                                                                                                                        Now in Progress
                         famous brand, 2 t o ^ .'.'.'..                     each                  1.99                                                                                                 headquarters for

                                                                   50 NAME TAPES
                                                      WITH EACH PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR
                                                      MORE WE WILL MAKE UP 50 IRON-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  • POLY FOAM •
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                                                      ONE PER FAMILY.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In Dacron8 and cotton . . . that behaves boautifujjy
        the     all                                                                                                                                                                                 Decorators                                                     Sizes 10-18.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                    Tok» up lo M months to pay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          TO PAY AT NO ADDITIONAL COST.
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  Marie 46th                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THF. DAILY KF/.l-Tf.H.                                   \f« v   2 ]W,--23

  Anniversary                                                                                                      Ann Landers
   SHREWSBURY -                     St                                                                                                                                                                                             Miss Farver To Marry
      i   mcnca
                  '   Freehold
          is 46th anniversary at
                                 - cel-

           * held h e r e i n R o * S
                                                                                                                    A Message for All of Us
                                                                                                                      Dear Ann Landers: 1 just      up to the law to teach man-             dosing   a lung,      self-ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MIDDLETOWN — Mr. and Indiana, University of Pennsyl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mrs. C. Blaine Farver, 29 But- vania, is a teacher afForrest-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tonwood     Boad, have an- j dale School, RumSoti;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              nounced the engagement of I Mr. Sye, who just completed
     dwbrook. Guests included                                                                                      finished   the column in         ners? I feel that YOU, Ann              drcssed, stamped envelope
     Bev. Thomas P. Rid gR and                                                                                                                                                                                                their daughter, Miss Carole iwo"years in the Armed Foreeshy
                                                                                                                   which you staunchly defend       Landers, are the gal who can            and 35 cents in coin.             Farver, to Gordon W. .Sye, son stationed at Fit'zsimmons Gen-"/
 «« Hev. (Jeorge Errickson, St
 R e n iJma; lh0 n c v John                                                                                        the medical profession. The      do it. Please try. — HONK                                                 nf Mr. and 'Mrs. Gordon Sye, erai Hospital, J)enj£rrt_.Col.Jla.l_-._
                                                                                                                   reader cites a number of in-     WEARY                                      Ann Landers, will be glad
       Our Lady of Mercy, En-                                                                                                                                                                to help you with your prob-      Pittsburgh-, Pa.                 so Vjtfteridcd Indiana Universi-
                                                                                                                   stances involv-.                     Dear Honk: -You vastly-
   shlmvn, and the RRV. Frpfl-                                                                                     ing members                                                               lems. Send 'them to her in.        A,late''summer wedding is ty oipJsiiijsylvania. He is with
   cK Clancy, Bound Brook                                                                                          of her own                        overrate the power of this              ciire of this newspaper, en-     planned.         ".'•        ••'                   Light Go." of
aw district deputies, Mrs.                                                                                         family where                      woman. But here's your lat-             closing a stamped, self-ad-        Miss Farver, an alumna 67 tyttsburgti.
wanvillc LeMeune and Mrs.                                                                                          doctors goofed                    ter and my added plea —:                dressed envelope.       ' ' .
Joseph Arcoleo Jr., Freehold.                                                                                      and you very                       Give the later risers a breaky*
  The speaker was Monmouth                                                                                         politely    tell                   girls. Some people . don't
t-ounty Judge -Patrick fej-ariir                                                                                   her that no
Jr- Mrs. Mary Ann Coughlin                                                                                         human is in-                     ' h a v e l o gel" up~ at"the" crack*

presented a humorous playlet.                                                                                       fallible  and                     of dawn. Let 'em sleep, will
                                                                                                                   that, unfortu- "Landers"
                                                                                                                   nutcly, when a physician
                                                                                                                                                      ya'?                                                                                                                     FACTORY
                                                                                                                   makes a'mistake somebody
                                                                                                                   becomes terrihly ill or dies.
                                                                                                                                                       Confidential to; The Fence-                                                                                              OUTLET
IORIYOUR                                                                                                           This is adviee?                   Sitter: The man has ail the
                                                                                                                                                    "quailfles~oTini6g - except"
                                                                                                                      1 am enclosing in my letter loyalty. Give him *a Meth-
                                                                                                                   to yov a clipping from the
                                                                                                                   London Sunday Time/. : I t rer:
                                                                                                                   ports one of the most inter-
                                                                                                                                                     him W'TiTs^way""'"™        "
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Our 4#h Anniversary Safe
                                           NEWSPAPERWOMEN'S EVENT — Eleanor Marko, stand-
                                                                                                                   esting errors of all time. A
                                                                                                                              in    Birmingham,
                                                                                                                                amputated    the
                                                                                                                                                       "The Bride's Guide," Ann
                                                                                                                                                     Landers' booklet,' answers
                                                                                                                                                                                                        NOW IN PROGRESS!!!
                                           ing, of The Daily Register staff, chairman of the I Ith                 wrong leg. I agree with youj
                                                                                                                   Ann, that no human is infal-
                                                                                                                                                     some of the most frequently
                                                                                                                                                     asked questions about wed-                     BRIDGE AVE. and FRONT ST. 747-0108 RED BANK
                                           Annual Weekend of the N. J . Daily Newspaper Women,
                                           completes plans with vice chairman, Louella Frey of
                                                                                                                   lible and I can uhderstand
                                                                                                                   certain kinds of "mistakes"
                                                                                                                                                     dings. To receive your copy
                                                                                                                                                     of this comprehensive guide,                    OPEN: THURSDAY and SATURDAY fiW; FRIDAY 108
                                           the Asbury Park Press, in the Empress Motel,.Asbury                     but THIS is ridiculous. Have      write to Ann Landers, in
                                                                                                                   you the courage and decency       care of this newspaper, en-
                                           Park, where the event will take place Saturday" and Sun-
                                                                                                                   to print my letter? I shall
                                           day. A workshop is scheduled and an award luncheon                      watch the paper with great
                                           will culminate the annual meeting.                                      interfefc  -     SAN JOSE
                                                                                                                    READER                                    Store Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9                    A.M. to 9 P.M.; Tues., Thurs.. Sat. 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
                                                                            (Register Staff Photo)
                                                                                                                     Dear Jose; Thank you for

                                          States Newsvoomen                                                        your-letter and for the clip-
                                                                                                                   ping. Outrageous mistake?
                                                                                                                   Unquestionably -so. But' the

                                          SlateAnnualI Session                                                     comments of the 75-year-old
                                                                                                                   wldowwho is-now legless
                                                                                                                   were far more deserving of
                                             ASBURY PARK - The N.J.            Phillips of the"Elizabeth' Daily    notice than the doctor's mis-
                                          Daily Newspaperwomen will            Journal.                            take. She said, "Whoever it
                                          hold - t h e i r 11th Annual Week-                                       was who made the operating
                                                                                  Presiding at the annual meet-
                                          end Saturday and Sunday here                                             error probably- saved hun-
                                                                               ing will be Dorothea H. Win-
Ws have the largest and                   in the Empress Motel. Some 23                                            dreds of lives before he got
                                          daily newspapers are repre-          gert of the Elizabeth Daily
most complete selection in                                                                                         to me, I happened to be the
                                          sented in the 85-member orga-        Journal. A new slate of officers    unlucky one. But, as I told
the area for the fashion-
                                          nization.                            will: be elected. The meeting       them at the time, we all
able teen group, to selec-
                                                                               marks a move from the tradi-        make mistakes and I am not
tive, you'll hardly' know                    Eleanor Marko of The Daily
                                                                               tional Atlantic City site for the   going to have one word said
which to choose.                          Register staff is chairman of
                                                                               annual event to a more central      against him."
               from 25.00                 the event, assisted by Louella
                                          Frey of the Asbury Park Press.       convention point here for the
                                                                                                                     What a sterling example of
                                                                               state group.
                                             A workshop1 is scheduled for                                          true charity! That this wom-
• EVENING COATS and                       Saturday with Don Davidson of                                            an was able not only to for-
  SHORT WRAPS   /                         the Newark Star Ledger as                                                give, but to defend the man
• LONG EVENING                            guest, and Jean Joyce of the         Name Winners                        demonstrates mercy in its
                                          Newark News, moderator of
                                          triei program ••organized by the     In Haf Contest                      best sense.
                                                                                                                     Thank you for sending the
                                          N.J. Press Photographers As-
                                             Announcement of writing con-
                                          test winners in the associa-
                                                                                 KEYPORT/ 1 - Mrs. James C.
                                                                               Day and Mrs, John. Thaler, co-
                                                                               chairmen of the Easter,. Bon-
                                                                               net card party sponsored an-
                                                                                                                   clipping. It contained -some-
                                                                                                                   thing of value for all of us.

                                                                                                                     Dear Ann Landers r Do you
                                                                                                                                                              WONDERLAND &F I PAINT ED FURNITURE
                                                                                                                                                                                   SALE ENDS SATURDAY ^ -                             WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
                                          tion's annual open, competition      nually by Court St. Joseph,         have anything in ynur files                                                                           - • • " " * . .                                                             '
                                          will be announced at the             Catholic Daughters of America,      on blasted horn blasters? I
                                          Awards Luncheon Sunday at            have announced winners of the       refer to addle-brained moth-                                                                                                                        READY TO FINISH
                                          12:30 p.m., in the Regency           hat contest.                        ers who have the car pool
35 Broad St., Red Bank                    Room. Guest speaker will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        SLIDING DOOR
                                                                                                                   for the week and rush
                                                                                  Mrs. Clinton Hulsart, Mata-

 Daily 9:30.5:30—Mon.,
                                          Joy Miller, women's editor of
                                          the Associated Press. Program
                                          chairman is Marion Pinsdorf
                                                                               wan, won the prize for the most
                                                                               original; Mrs, Charles Hauser,
                                                                                                                   around picking up the kids
                                                                                                                   in the neighborhood.                                                                                                                                STEREO
     Wed.,     Fri. 'til 9
                                          Kelly of New York City, an as-
                                          sociate member, and contest
                                          chairman is Jean-Rae Turner
                                                                               Matawan,       funnic3t,
                                                                               Mrs. George Downes, Colts
                                                                               Neck; Mrs. Henry, Becker,
                                                                                                          and         They start,to toot the horn
                                                                                                                   the minute they turn the
                                                                                                                   corner even though the kid
                                                                               Morganville; Mrs. Gilbert Oli-
                                                                               ni, Keyport; Miss Patricia
                                                                                foolewinski, Matawahf Miss
                                                                                                                   lives at the end of the black.
                                                                                                                   Am I a grouchy old bag be-
                                                                                                                   cause I resent being honked
                                                                               Marie Wallace, Keyport; Mrs.        out of bed at 7:30 a.m.?
                                                                               Robert Morrell, Port Mon-           What about the people that
                                                                               mouth.                              are jll, or work night shifts
                                                                                                                   and don't need to get up un-
                                                                                                                   til noon? Aren't they en-
                                                                               Engineers Auxiliary                 titled to their rest?
                                                                               To Hold Luncheon                 The whole thing boils, down
                                                                                                              to decent manners. How can                                                    59V2 wide. 16" deep, 30" high. Perfect
                                                                                 RED BANK - The Profes- parents expect their chil-                                                          for that hi-fi — can be used for storage
                                                                               sional Engineers Auxiliary. of dren to be polite when                                                        of records. (Can be used by the housewife
                                                                               Monmouth County will hold a THEY go around behaving
                                                                                                                                                                                            for storage of ANYTHING.)
                                                                               covered dish luncheon Monday in such a rude, inconsider-
                                                                               at ll:30 a.m. in the home of ate fashion? And please
                                                                               Mrs. George DeGarmo, 11 Vis- don't say these folks should
                                                                               ta Place. Installation of of- be' arrested for disturbing                             Ready To Finish
                                                                               ficers will take place:        the peace. Why. should it be

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              . . . While Supply Lasts
          N E W                           J E R S E Y                                                      "Quality Apparsl from Head to Too"
                                                                                                                                                                     UNPAINTED FURNITURE                                            BUY NOW and SAVE!
           PASSAIC, Jefferson at Main, 471-2200
           RED BANK, Broad at Harding. 747-4600                                SidBootery & Children's Wear
                                                                                                           Little Silver Shopping Center
                                                                                                               "next to Sport Shop for Mori
                                                                                                                     and Young Men"

                                                                                                                     $heP   Friday Night • « »                     Pfit?s ihown err co>.                                     :sd   prefect   and 1 t l i   your         Smo" d*poiit *Hi riefct your pu
       M - T H E DAILY RF.CFSTEH TW*i«y, M«y 2, 1968

       Beta Sigma Chapters
                                                                                                                                                                                                DAR Women in Top Roles
                                                                                                                                                                                AVON — Old Topanemus and 2,158 artists. More than                      The final meeting of the sea-
                                                                                                                                                                             Chapter, Daughters of the 18,000 bold lull time jobs and son for Old Topanemus Chap-
                  Winners                                                                                                                                                     American Revolution, met here 15,600 devote time-1#- various- 4 i U J M 5 y 4 h
                                                                                                                                                                              Friday in the home of the civic organizations.                         its traditional picnic luncheon
      RliMSON - Refa Sigma Phi | Edward DcFeliri, received its                                                                                                               newly-elected      regent, Mrs.     Mrs. Erwin Freps Seimes of will be held at the home of J
    International    sorority ' ecle- j program award, and Mrs. Mi-                                                                                                           Freeman B. Taylor, 22 Albany Millsboro, Del., was elected Mrs. George C. Hull Jr. on '
    bratrd its l!7lh anniversary-at |«'hapl DeChii-cliio, a special
                37lh anniversary at ehael DeClfliTliio, a                                                                                                                    Road, for a report on the Con- president general1 and carried Barnegat Bay, Metedeconk. In-
— a dinner Saturday hrrp jn Oif- sportsmanship award.                                                                                                                        tinental Congress held in Wash- in her entire slate.                    stallation of officers will he
    ford's Inn.                           Mrs. Gene Moran, for Gam-                                                                                                          ington last month.                  Mrs. Seimes was house guest conducted by the new state
      Mrs. William Fanslor of Xi ma Kpsilon chapter, presented                                                                                                                  An official study of DAR of Mrs. Henry D. Strack and regent; Mrs. Frederick Gris-
   Aipha Kappa'chapter presented its Girl of the Year award                                                                                                                  membership made by an out- her daughter, Miss Anne M. wold Jr. of Montclaif.
   her chapter's awards to Mrs. to Mrs. Kidiard Wright, and                                                                                                                  side agency at the close of Stommel, in Locust, this sum-
   Patrick Conway, who was Mrs. Gone Moran, program.                                                                                                                         the Diamond Jubilee celebra mer, when approximately 60                     Customers call when you ad-
7^namotrrcirToT hie Year, and            Mrs. Jack .Sparling, (iamma                                                                                                         tion revealed the DAR had an women prominent in the shore
   Mrs. Kenneth Hahn and Mrs. Omicron chapter, received its                                                                                                                  all-time high membership of area, in hereditary . societies vertise your business service ;
—Peter-Knpaz,, _.._.......___.__        Girl of the Year award, an                                                                                                           more than 187,000 women, one- were invited to meet her                  with action-getting Classified-
      Mrs. Walter ('u]e received Miss ilegina ttetim, Miss Car                                                                                                               third of whom are under 35 morning toffee hour.                        -A'ik Dial 741-6900 today!
   the Xi Alpha Sigma chapte o)yn Hunt and Miss Shanno                                                                                                                       years of age.
   Girl of the Year award; Mrs Bradley, the program awards                                                                                                                     Among them, 185 serve on
                                         Miss Debbie White rnceivec
                                       the Phi Tali chapter's Girl
                                       ihT^YGar award, w h i c h - wa
                                                                                                                                                                             state legislatures; 400 on city
                                                                                                                                                                             councils; 350 are medical doc-
                                                                                                                                                                             tors and some 2,800 registered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Soften Your
                                       presented' by Miss Joanm                                                                                                              nurses. Also, 1,500 serve on

                                                                                                                                                                             hospital boards of directors;
                                                                                                                                                                             650 a r e o n school hoards; ,1,700
                                                                                                                                                                             are librarians; 2,600 members
                                                                                                                                                                             of.. PTA boards and 16,000 are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Swing over to the soft-and-t .
      sale held by Garde
      Club RFD Saturday from                                                                                                                                                 school teacHers!                     pretty head ihis. s.p ,r i. ,n gJ
      9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in.the Llncroi
      Shopping, Center, 'Newma
                                             Marriage                                                                                                                          The DAR membership, it was
                                                                                    LURE OF THE GREASEPAINT — Mary Ann Wilcoxen, 10, wafches her mother, Mrs. > reported, * also includes 378                     We'll show you tHe Way witli
      Springs Road.                            RED BANK — Mrs. Dorothy              James Wilcoxen, Sycamore Ave., Shrewsbury, put finishing touches to her clown face       women on bank boards; 965 on         an expertly styled-cut and /
                                            TV Mascioli, 3i Lincoln St., Mid-       in rehearsal for the "Fun Fair." The Shrewsbury Boro Parent-Teacher Association's ma-    corporation boards and 3,500         set.
 ——Glub—members • wiJLbe- oi                                                                                                                                                 business executives; . 7,300 on
                                            dletown, and Georce F. Braun
   hand to assist" With question
   on planting, feeding and car-
                                             North Syracuse,       ^ ^
                                                                                    jor benefit will fake place Saturday from noon to 5:30 p.m. on the school .grounds,       :hurch boards; 181 scientists;                          VINCENT'S Beauty Salon
                                                                                    on Obr« Place. Booths, refreshments and games for all ages will be featured.             256 radio and TV work; 968
- JngJar:.the jilants Vari
                                             married April 27 hire in the                                                                                                                                           32 LINDEN PL. 747-3620 RED BANK
                                             Chapel of the First Methodisi                                                                      _- (Register Staff Photo) '- newspaperwomen; 1,215 authors
   etles will Include azaleas,               Church. The Rev. James H,
   ground covers, ferns, heaths              Harris Jr., associate minister,
   heathers, annuals, perennials,
   geraniums, mountain laure
   andromeda, hybrid and dwarf
                                              Attending the couple were
                                                                                     'Fun Fair' Is Plannedfor All Ages
                                             Paul J. Eremus Sr., East
^rhododendrons and hundreds of              JKeansburjLjnd Mrs. Eremus          SHREWSBURY - -                "Fun       sociation, will be staged Satur- operate two booths and the
   vafleTieTiif wilrjflowers,- foi          hicce of the Bri3ei                 a i r . ^ j n a j o t _ fun&raising      day from nqon to 5:30 p,m. remaining bpoths_ will •. be
   which the RFD sale has bee
   nojed during past years.
                                              t h e former Mrs. Mascioli 1 event sponsored by the Shrews-
                                            a daughter of the late Mr. and bury Boro ParenVTeacher As-
                                                                                                                         on the school grounds on Obre manned -by .the BoyScoilfraM
                                                                                                                         Place.                                  husband and wife teams.
                                                                                                                           Chairmen are Mrs.. Sidney Clowns will sell balloons and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        To Mofherewith Love —
.—Mrs-Edward Tilton is chair-               Mrs. HchenckS. Thompson o
                                                                                                                         Dobrowolski, - M r s . - , - A . A.. .there will be a wagon ride for
  man of the Saturday event.
   Sale proceeds will benefit th
  Walson Hospital at Ft. Dlx and
                                            Red Bank, and the widow o
                                            George S. Masctoll, who died in
                                            1963. Her son is Robert H. Em-
                                                                                  Mayt                                   Torhaino and Douglas M o the children.
                                                                                                                         Cram,      physical    In case of rain, the event
  Marlboro State Hospital. ,•
                                            mons of Farmingdale.
                                              Mr. Braun Is the son of Mrs,
                                            Frieda Braun of Syracuse,
                                                                                  Hostesses                     s
                                                                                                                         teacher at the school.
                                                                                                                           There will be 22 booths, in-
                                                                                                                                                                 will be held May 11.

                                                                                                                         cluding refreshment stands, Sliower Given                                                                 A Gift She'll Love -
                                            N. Y., and the late George C.
                                            Braun. His son, Gordon Braun          Named                                  where hot dogs, hamburgers,
                                                                                                                         soda, coffee and home baked In Freehold
                                            and a daughter, Mrs. John                                                    goods will be available. Ten-
                                            Mflback, reside in Syracuse.
                                                                                MARLBORO — Hostesses for
                                                                              the homes open on the annual
                                              On their return from Vir- Maytime Tour to benefit Marl-
                                                                                                                         cent game booths will haye                FREEHOLD - Miss Janet
                                                                                                                         prizes and the "Tiny Tot Sur- Tufenkjian, .daughter of Mr.
                                            ginia, the couple will-reside a boro Hospital Auxiliary have                 prises" booth will be operated and Mrs. Otto Tufenkjian,
                                            212 Kawrence Ave., North Syra been announced by Mrs. John                    by the Girl Scouts for the very Spring Gfrden . Apartments,
                                                                                                                         young.                                  who will become the bride"Of
                                            cuse.                        .    P, BruckneiLoLSpring Lake                                                          Richard Home, Freehold, June
            Famous                          Bridal Shower
                                                                                  Heights. The tour of five
                                                                                   homes will take place May 21
                                                                                                                            ofneof H h e ^ o t h e r rgames 15, ^wa^TioiraredTar-jrfcridar
                                                                                                                        will be, fisherman's mousetrap, shower here at 14 Ann St. Mrs.
                                                                                                                        sponge throw, basketball bal- Niel Cowles, Mrs. Ray ,Nay-
                                            In Went £«ng Branch                   from 1 to 5 p.m.                                                                                              furniture   ^                                         daily 10 to 5:30
                                                                                     Hostesses at each of the           loon break, baseball throw, hole lor,          Miss    Janice Weid-
                                              -WKST—LQNG- BRANCH._=-              homes; include, Mrs, Clark            jn orie anijriiniature golf^            iicJLandJUiss Kay YanJJyke      interior designers                                   Wed.     eve. 7 to t
                                            Miss Dana 0. Evans, daughter          Vogel, Rumson^at "The Acade-             Members of the faculty will were hostesses^
                                            of David 0. Evans, 1083 Ocean         my," home of Mr. and Mrs,
                                            Ave., Elberon, was guest of          iMaltby D. Jelliffe, Kings Hwy.,
                                                    t ^ i l l h i                 Middlctown; — M r s . — G e o r g e
                                            by Miss Dora Laudensiager,            H. Ruding, West Allenhurst, at
                                            her fiance's sister, a,nd Mrs.        the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
                                            Pat Bruno, at 44 Mount Dr.            Baird, Tulip Lane, Colts Neck;
                                              .Among the 54 guests were           Mrs. Andrew Hofer, Red Bank,
                                            Miss Madeline Fromm, Elber-           at the home jof Mr. and Mrs.
      Vat, they male* quit* «               on; Miss Evans' sister, Mrs.         O.M. Smith, Lenape Trail, Mid-
      pair. Yet, thay itand for             David Gibbons, Cranford, and         dletown; Mrs. Joseph Haviland,
         J j J J           Laii             Mrs. Walter Laudenslager, Lin        Red Bank, at the home of Dr.
                                            wofty-=molh«r^of - the.. bride=      and1 ;Mf5fpenald.-Smlth/=MeUu,
   for     Brand' Names with                groom-elect.                         ley Green Farm, Sunnysid'e
              "BIS W "                         Miss Evans will be married        Road, Middletown, and Mrs.
           Discount Prlcul                  in June to Philip Laudenslag         Leslie D, Seely, Eatontown, at
                                            or, Lincroft.                        the home of Mrs. Robert Rex,
                                                                                 Stork Court, Middletown.
                                                                                     Visitors are requested not to
                                                                                  bring children and are asked to
                                                                                  wear low heeled shoes In con-
                                                                                  sideration of the homeowners'
                                                                                  floors and grounds. ,
                                                                                     Tea will be served after
                                                                                  2 p.m. at Methley Green Farm.
                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Pujals of
                                                                                  New York City, are donors of a
                                                                                  silver bowl which will • be
                                                                                   warded the winning garden
                                                                                   :lub in the flower arrangement
                                                                                   lompetttion. Tickets are avaH-
                                                                                   ible at service desks of all
                                                                                  iteinbach Company stores. A1-.
      Put more zing into spring and get ready for an active
                                                                                  io, from Mrs. Laurence Toole,
      summer with . . .                 -                                   -    Little Silver, or Mrs. Morton
                                                                                 Winer, Red Bank., The day-of

             SHORTS - SLACKS                                                     the tour ticket's will top avail-
                                                                                able at a dollar above the ad-
                                                                                 vance price.
      from our collection of wonderful MVIPS by David Ferguson
      Ltd., Gordon of Philadelphia (Gordon Ford Ltd.) and Glen
      of Michigan.
                                                                                AAVW Spring Dance
                                                                                Set for Saturday
                                                                                 •^AWAS^UAN-Jersey Shore
                                                                                Branch of tnTSinerican"Associ-
                                                                                ation of University Women will
  Corn&lus Cobb                                             Open Friday         hold its spring dinner-dance
       Settlement                                             Evenings          Saturday at 7 p.m. in the
  •      Route 34                                           Dial 482-8120       Manasquan River Golf Club.
                                                                                Music will be by Johnny John-
                                                                                son's" band. Hostesses will be
                        Casual Clothes jor Country Living ,                     Mrs. Richard H. Scarborough
                                                                                and Mrs. Richard A. Amdur.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                (When the poster is nailed,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            tacked or stapled to a utility pole,
                                                                                                                                                                                                            causing a lineman to slip.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Linemen must climb utility poles
                                                                                                                                                                                                            In.^he b'est and worst of weather—
                                                                                                                                                                                                            In the brightest of days and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                            darkest of nights. Their work is vital
                                                                                                                                                                                                            to the communityj their job is
                                                                                                                                                                                                            already dangerous. Nails, tacks
                                                                                                                                                                                                            and staples jutting from the poles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   .:         \
                                                                                                                                                                                                            are on unnecessary hazard.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         •\      '
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Posting bills on utility poles In
                                                                                                                                                                                                            New Jersey is illegal (Section 27i5-1
                                                                                                                                                                                                            of the Revised Statutes),

                                                                                                           J                                                                                                   Please, post no.bills.                   .' V i . . V i , " . ' " . •    . '

        Husband, wife and two children, additional teenager or child j t f / I A                                                                                                                                                                              < " • •          '-%••'

        In same family $10^Including beach, pool, dressing facilities ^ I ( J L \ a
                            activity field, etc.
                                                                                    Far Further Information
      ALL THIS AND MORE                                                             CALL BOB OS&OODBY                                                                                                                                                                                   - v...
      Swim froqrnm—All Lovsli
                                            Vrpovt of $25 must
                                                                                  Founder of Bob Oigoodby'i                                                                                                     '.' ''   tWHWWHW
      Clilldren'i Activity frogiam          accompany applicat on.                  Football Training Camp
           freo to Mtmbett                  A'l npp'lcat OPJ »'jb[ect             at Harbor Llgh.' Beach Clvb
           .10 A . M . - 4 P.M.                                                        • SEA BRIGHT
         Whv fay for a CampJ                to approval by member-
                                                                                     1500 Octan Avtnu*
           Co^kiuM, Bstubill                ship committee.                         142-0232 — 142-3426
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE fHILY
   Quided by Her Palate                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          M«y 2,

                                                                                                                                                                                             Convalescent Mother of the Bride
          Easy-Going Chef Tastes As She Cooks                                                                                                                                                Attends Wedding in Hospital Chapel
                   By MARGOT SMITH                            that has been dfyped in cold water,' cut
                                                                                  dipped                                       • * *
           FAIR HAVEN - "You have to taste as                 bread slices into quarters, triangles or                                                                                          LONG BRANCH - The                   made all the arrangements, (he    St. John's Methodist Church,
     you cook." That's the kitchen philosophy              - strips. Place in hot oil, shrimp side down.                                                                                      iride's mother was a patient          center went all-out to make the   Kfiyport, was over, the wedding
     of Wilma Aaron, 25 South Woodland Drive,                 Fry for a minute or so on one side, then                                                                                         I Monmouth Medical Ontor.            wfidding an exceptionally mem-    party went to the Borden Con-
     who loves to cook but has reservations t
     about writing down how she does things.
                                                              turn and finish browning. Drain on paper
                                                            . towels. Serve with Saucy Susan duck                              ''-/                                                            he bridegroom is scheduled to
                                                                                                                                                                                             cave for Vietnam momentari-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    orable one. Charles Joynes of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (he housekeeping department       ference Room for a reception.
           "These recipes leave a lot to the
     judgment of the maker. They are flexible."
           Mrs. Aaron is rather flexible and easy-
                                                              sauce or hot mustard, for dipping.
                                                                    Ideal snack, hors d'oeuvres or luncheon
                                                                                                                                         x                                                     y. There was just one place
                                                                                                                                                                                              n hold the ceremony to meet
                                                                                                                                                                                              toth contingencies.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sang "0 Promise Me," and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    when the service, performed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    by the Rev. William Riley of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        "It was wonderful therapy'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for me,1' Mrs. Steliingwerf'
     going herself. Her attractively decorated                      The fried shrimp tuasl may be frozen                                                                                        Miss Loretta Stellingwirf of
     home came with a greenhouse attached, so                 and reheated for later use. Mrs. Aaron                                                                                          Ceyport and Cpl. Bernard
     she and husband, Robert, have taken up                   spreads the cooked .pieces on a flat pan,                                                                                       iechtel, stationed vvith the Sig-
     growing things, like orchids. She is in-                 freezes, and then repacks for storage in                                                                                         al Corps at Ft. Monmouth,
     coming treasurer of the Fair Haven Gar-                  a more compact container. Reheat quick-                                                                                         vere married Saturday in the
     Uen Club, vice president of the Council of               ly in very hot oven.                            —-                                                                              tpple-blossom bedecked: BoEt
     Jewish Women, and types out Braille for                               C1JICKEN A LA ROSE                                                                                                  en Memorial Chapel of the
      the blind as a volunteer project.                              Leftover1 chicken or turkey                                                                                             Hospital.
           Still, there is time for a lot of cook-                  4 medium onions, sliced           •                                                                                         With her physician's approv-
      ing and entertaining. The shrimp toast                         2 green peppers, cut in thick strips                                                                                     il, the bride's' mother, Mrs=
      squares she is teaching'us to make fre-                        salt and pepper to taste               —-                                                                                ?red Stellingwerfj a surgical
       ;uenUy appear as snacks ("We eat them                         juice of half a lemon                                                                                                   patient, was wheeled down
        '•£ peanuts") or hors d'oeuvres. She "                       1 tablespoon sugar -—; -——             ^^p                                                                              fronrherroonrto the-first-fleer-
      learned the recipe when taking a Chinese                       Accent                                                                                                                    anctuary so that she and-her
    _cooking course m Morristown.                                    1 can mushrooms                                                                                                         husband could see their daugh-
    —JlTOna'srrcliickeB of turkey.leftowr                   —• -I-large- canHunt's 4omato-sauc-e-——-                                                                                           e r tate-her-marriage^owsr
      dish, certainly easy, came "from Mother."                      Saiife onions and pepper in1 611 tiiitil
      The veal casserole is her own invention.                soft. Add tomato sauce and half a can of                                                                                          Miss Ruth Sherman, Fan-
                 CHINESE SHRIMP TOAST                         water (or jujce for mushrooms). Add                                                                                            wood, cousin of thebride, was,
           V/i pounds raw shrimp                              drained mushrooms.                                                                                                             maid of honor and Cpl. Bech-
                                                                                                                                                                                               el's best man was an Army               is now accepting students for summer semester and
           1, can water chestnuts, finely chopped                    Cook slowly half an hour. Add. cut up
           1 • bunch scallions, finely chopped                chicken or turkey . and heat through.                                                                                            uddy, Pvt. Donald Burgess of            special riding program — June 17, 1968 to August
           Salt, pepper and Accent, to taste                  Serve on rice that hag been cooked in                                                                                          Los Angeles. _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       31,   1968. For information, please c»H Mr. or Mrs.
           Vt teaspoon garlic powder                          beef or chicken bouillon instead of in                                                                                            Through the efforts of Mrs.
          3   e
               6gs                                            water.                                                                                                                         Earl Kunes, MMC director of               Fredric W . Stafford at 671-1057.
          Vt teaspoon baking powder                                      WILMA'S VEAL SCALLOP                                                                                                  olunteer services, who hand-
          1 tablespoon cornstarch                                    10-12 pieces veal scallop! ni
          If shrimp is frozen, defrost and drain                     garlic to taste
      thoroughly. If fresh, shell, clean, wash and                  .2 packages French's instant -brown
      drain.                                     •                     gravy mix                                               FRIED UPSIDE DOWN, then righhide up, Mrs. Robert
          In wooden bowl, chop shrimp thorough-                      1 cup water
      ly. Add other ingredients and chop again
      until mixture is a thick paste.
          Trim crusts from .about 18 slices of
                                                                -s- 1 cup Marsala .wine
                                                                     Saute veal with garlic in hot oil. Re-
                                                             move veal from pan, and drain oil, leav-
                                                                                                                               Aaron of Fair Haven makes a Chinese shrimp on toast
                                                                                                                               snack that fits in the "bet you can't eat one'1 category.
                                                                                                                                                                (Register Sfaff PhotoJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A. I.
      good quality bread. (Arnold's thin-sliced).              ing drippings. Add gravy mix, water and
      Spread the mixture evenly on bread and                   wine .and simmer: until. wfiE,combined.
      allow to chill at least a half hour.
          In heavy fry pan, heat oil (about a
      half inch deep) to very hot. With a knife
                                                                     Place veal in casserole and pour
                                                               sauce over. Bake in medium oven for half
                                                                an hour. Serve with rice.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                             Day the                         BANGS AVENUE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ASBUtlY PARK                 Timepiece and
       COLJ£ NECK-Mrs, Martha            front of the new firehouse.          still active. The other two, no                                                                                              Poland Way                                                      Trade It In
   Dechef was honored as
   the First Lady of the Colts
                                         The company was then housed
                                         in a former blacksmith shop
                                                                              longer local residents, are hon-                             Decorating Service                                                 .'.. On                                                      On A Brand
  ,Neck Fire Company Auxiliary           next door to the Decher home         orary members.
   at the organization's 30th an-                                               4 son-in-law, Harold Gunther,                                                                                                  Time!                                                       New Watch!
                                         on Rt. 537.
   niversary dinner-dance herejn         _ J n 1930 the-company installed     also is a former chief, and her                           Please Come In FojrAn                                      —-IV—

   Colts Neck Inn.
       The white-haired charter
 . member, whose husband, Con-
                                         a fire siren in the chief's house.
                                         After his death in 1933,
                                         "Mom" Decher continued to re-
                                                                              daughter,Mnf. TJorothyGiuntfi-
                                                                              er, was first president of the
                                                                                                                                             Appointment                                                 WATCITTRADE-IN SAfcE
   rad, helped organize the com-         ceive fire calls at home and to                                                                                                                                    Get Up to $250.00 Allowance On a Famous Name Watch
   p y r a n d : served as its first     blow the siren while her three         Mrs. Decher helped to' orga-
                                                                                                                                       Custom Collected Early
   chief, was presented a pin and        young sons opened the doors of
                                         the firehouse, often starting the
                                                                              nize the auxiliary' in 1938 and
                                                                              is its oldest member. She be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Meyado— — H                                                              Bulova
   a plaque by auxiliary members.                                                                                                       American Eiirniture
     ...In. the. days when fife"'calls   trucks for the firemen.              came president 'in 1951 and                                                                                                     • Omega                                             • Tissot
——came—directly-to the chief's              The Decher boys, Kenneth,         served for two years. She has                                                                                                                             y a brand Tiew watch at big savings?
   home, Mrs. Decher summoned            George and Franklin, later be-       10 grandchildren and three
   t^e firemen by ringing the old        came members of the com-                                                                                    Enlts Hack.                                                          Bring in that old watch or clock soon!
                                                                              great-grandchildren. A grand-
   f'">bell which now stands in          pany. George, an ex-chief, is        son, George W. Decher Jr., is                       ON ROUTE 34                                                              Graduation Layaways Invited • Open Wednesdays and Friday Evenings
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          Wave Ends Falcon Track Skein
         Long Branch High School b)e winners. Johnson added the slim two-point victory in a Gar-                                            | Itumson trail^f by a point                 Shot—1. Art SUM (ILB)v 2. Mariano
                                                                                                                                                                                      (Mi, 3. BI»U I LBi. Distance Wt"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hutnlin (RB), 3. Contortl (M). Time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    "120-yard          high hurdles-1.   Rich
      rates as the hottest team on 180-yflrd low hurdles and Clark den State Conference meet. ;                                             ; when they got. back into the               ni»cu»—1, John Mariano iM), 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Schenck (RBi, 2. Bertonsln (M), 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Verpr. (LBi, 3. Hen»on (LB). Distance
     t h e cinder palfcs after ypstcr- won. the.12B-y.ard high hurdles,. Jiumsonwon first places in                                           competition with a sweep in the           *»                                        JOM iHPl, Time :1S2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -, .
                                                                                                                                                                                         High J u m p - 1 . J"« Jones (LBi, 2.       ISO-yard          low hurdles--l. . Rich
     day's 72-54 victory over Mori-        Jones,. Long Branch, was a only three of the eight running                                         high jump, with Guy Haltom              Tom Williams |LB>, 3, Odom "       LB). I   Schenck (tiBi. '£. (tie) Jose (RBl,
                                                                                                                                              the winner.. Haltom also had a          Height S'8"                                 Foster (Ml. Time :22.5
      mouth Regional on fnroipn soil. double winner, taking firsts in events, with Butch Canon tak                                                                                       Pulp vault 1. linn Whelnn (LBi, 2           Shot-1 Pave Sicgfrcld ' M i . 2 Mr-
         The Branchers lost their!     b o l n l h ( 1 ni n
                                                         R and long jumps, ing the 100 and 220-yard dashes.                                   second in the javelin.                  Kln'hmkn ',\I>. 3. Barron (Ml. Height       Cray (Mi, 3. Welfltians (M). Pistdme
                                                                                                                                                                                      96                                          so a •
      opening inert 1o Christian                  Battle of Bulldogs        He made a triple by grabbing                                       It was the discus that paid |             Jxw-lm 1. Kevin Anderson (Ml. 2.            IHSCU5 U Have Slegfreid 'Ml, "-
                                                                                                                                                                                      Etrvp JachRnn l.M). 3. Shipley i.Mi.        Griffin iflHi, 3 Williamson (M). Pi5-
     Brothers Acsdemv by- a -slim-i..--Bjumsnn.-jaod. MeHichen went Uicsun iJielon&jump^Grcg Hi,                                             off. Rumson needed a sraiiid             IHilahce ITS'!"                             iance I j t ' ? 1 ; " '
                                                                                                                                                                                         I^ing jump — 1. J(IP Jones (LBI. 2.         HlEh lump 1. Boh Rudrow (RBI,
      two points on a "sloppy track, idown U>.1he wire before the ley posted the other success in                                            place for the two point margin,          Alexander 'M), 3. C. Jones (LB). Dis-       2. Gamble <RB), 3. Jose (RB). Height
     Since that loss. Coach 'Merric*. I>ur P'e Bulldogs pulled put the the 180-,vard low hurdles.                                            and that is just what it got             tance 1010'
                                                                                                                                                                                         Tvvo-inlie 1. AI Donohoe (LB), 2.          Vole vault—1. IKm Bartell (RBi, 'k
     Tomaine's club has. racked up                                                                                                           when George Conley was sec-              riiktrlqucz (Mj, 3. Qorlow (LB). Tijne      Couke , n n i , 3. Davidson (M). Height
                                                                                                                                                                                      10:343                                      J1'6"
     five wins in a row. The Wave                                                                                                            ond to Allan Robinson of Me-                                                           J a v e l l n - 1 . Al Grilfln (RB), 2. Sprat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ford (M), 3. Merrltt (M). DlBtance
     knocked[ off thejireyiousl^ j n -                                                                                                       tuchen's Bulldogs.                          Kumtnn.i'H .<«*)..—• JUnlurhm <«3l       158'16" -              -•-        --'
                                                                                                                                                                                         10O-yard dash—1. Butch Carson              Long j u m p - 1 . Mike Aruck (RB). 2.
     defeated \ Falcons, who now                                                                                                                                                      ITlfHI, 1. Rupn (M), 3. Wiley (RFH),        gchaeffer IRB), 3. Carter (RB). dis-
     have the same" 5-1 record, as                                                                                                             Rumson is 4-1 in the GSC               Time :10.2                                  tance 20'l"
                                                                                                                                            Jrvhile Metuchen is 2-1,                     220-yard dasli—1. Butch Carson
                                                                                                                                                                                      (RFH), 3-HuplHM), 8. P««<Mt-<HF«).
                                                                                                                                                                                      Timr- :23.1                                 r i . Brach (97) — Henry Hudaon C9)
     ference at 4-fl.                                                                                                                              Field Events Count                   «0-ynrd daah—1. Chris Wells (M),              lOO-yard dash—1. Tom Kadeg (PB1,
                                                                                                                                                                                      2. Williams (H), 3. Venook (M). Time        2. Parker (HH), 3. Ford (PB). Time
        Bob Bailey,, one of To-                                                                                                                Red Bank and Middletown                :52.7                                       :10.8
                                                                                                                                             ran neck and neck until the                RSO-yard dash—1. George Terwilllger
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         g           220-yard dash—1 Rich Harris (PB),
     maine's stars, posted liis fifth                                                                                                                                                  Ml 2 R i k              (M) 3 Scap
                                                                                                                                                                                      !M). 2. Remisovsky (M).. 3. S               2. Kadeg (PB), 3 Parker (HH> jlme
     straight victory tin—themthr                                                                                                           field events that paid-off-for            Stajsls [RFHI. Time 2:04.6
                                                                                                                                                                                         Mile—1. Cheater Jean iM), 2,          JllMftrA ,.dS8tl-J Bill Hli«sr\ir»nd
     yesterday -in—taking it-easily;-                                                                                                        the Buccos.                    •HaWTHi; "1. Clark (RFH). *                       (P6), 2, Carr (PB). 3 Velinskl (PB)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Time :S3.7                   ^
      Bazley will defend his title in                                                                                                          After each team scored four    Two-mile—1. Kejj Haley (Ml,                       MQ-yard run—1 NplaSn Tonnmtpr
                                                                                                                                                                                  Kfliy            rrPfSaSotl
                                                                                                                                            TirsT places~~in the running rtrt*ui 10:26.5;KFHT7T'Ff65i;otnRFHT7                d-K), *!, SKinner (PB), 3 McGregor
  " t h p :Npwarlr"R                                                                                                                                                        Time                                             JPB). Time 2:08 8
     tion Meet-Saturday,                                                                                                                    events. Red Bank markedju]^ -neflne-ijrf-);—gr~BottJnl 'RFH)^—9." "Ma^
                                                                                                                                                                              120-yard high hurdles-1. Jim Gut-                 One-mile run—1. Pete Nellson (PB)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             **- Shirley"(PB7; 3. ArrTBfose (PB).
        JOB Jones,"another consistent i                                                                                                     lour firsts of the six field Itulre (RFH). Time :17.0                            Time 4:M.l
  "pomt>getIef7bK                                                                                                                           eveStsiistea;      ,"" r ,~"T , —t SfcyariT-tow'rrarrttinF^lr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  •Wb-mlTc—X'*B6B~HlIiJJrlVfana~frB i"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             i. -ffeimatMKtl'T - r p B ) r ~ T ~ Lazarus
                                                                                                                                                                            (Ml. Time :20.5                                   (HH).. Time 10:34.2 .-
     another strong performance in [                                                                                                           Middletown's Dave Siegfried • Shot—1. Qeorje Oonley (HFH), 2.                    120-yard high burdlps—1. Dave Kadpjr
     scoring a double win,        - t _'                                                                                                                                    Van Wagon™ (RFH), 3. Gule (M).
                                                                                                                                            won both the shot and discus Dista-hce ,*7'10%"                                   (PB), 2, Fieldlris <HH), 3. Lyona (PB)*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tlma :16.6
            Bankers Bop Lions                                                                                                               for the Lions' field victqries.   Discus— 1. Allan Robinson (M), 2.                 180-yard low hurdles—I, Dave Kadce
                                                                                                                                                                            Oonley (HFHJ, 3. Saddler (M). Dis-                (PB), 2, Fl.eldlns (HH), 3. Pourchier
        In other meets, numson-Fair                                                                                                            Buc Bob Rudlow won the tance 133P9!4"                                          (PB). Time :22.1
     Haven nipped Metuchen, 64-62;                                                                                                          high jump, Don Bartell, pole 2. High Jump—1. fluy Hallom Sleckles
                                                                                                                                               g jp,                           John'flottlnl (RFH), 3. Bob
                                                                                                                                                                                                              (RFH),            Shot—1. Wes Hendrlcka (HH), 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Kohertson (PB), 3. Roger (PB). Dis-                     OFF i f GOES — Middletown's Dave Siegfried, an A l l -
     Red Bank was a 73-53. winner                                                                                                            vault,.AlGriffin t h e j j                (RFH), Height t'»"        •- •
                                                                                                                                                                                         Pole yajilt— 1. Frank Fig* (M). 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tance 48'10"         . *-;•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Discus—(. Hendrlcks (HH), 2. Schlos-
     over Middletown; Point Pleas-                                                                                                           and Mike Aruck the long jump.             Malloy (M), 3. Clark (RFH). Height »er (PB), 3. Van Kirk (HH). Distance                       County tackle who throws his weight around on the
     ant Beach smothered Henry                                                                                                                                                                                               131'
                                                                                                                                             Lonr Branch <7!> -^Moirmoiilh (M>           Javelln-1. Mike Martin (RFH), 2,       Hlph Jump— 1." Harris (PB), 2,                       football field, does the same in the shot put event
     Hudson Regional, 97-29; Point                                                                                                            ,100-ya.rii dash—1. Charley Johnson      Haltojn (R-FH), 3. LeCoe (M). Dis- Schldosser (PB), 8. Early (HH). Height
                                                                                                                                            (M), 2. Tom WilllaJns ILB), 3. Alex-       tance lffi'tK"                                                                                against Red Bank yesterday. The Lion strongman was
     Boro downed Shore H egion al,                                                                                                          andftf_[M). Time. :10.3 (school record;      Long Jump^-1, Butch.'Canon*(RFH),      Pole ._vault—J. .. rioube*. Mutschler
     and Howell swamped Manas-                                                                                                              oliTniarK was ilO.4 by Johnson ..nil
                                                                                                                                            John Castelllnl)
                                                                                                                                                                                       2, RunpMM), 3. Wlllfama (Mi. Dis- (PB), 2. Steppe (HH), 3. Vachal (PB).                       taped at 50-9 in the shot and l37-7'/2 in the discus to
                                                                                                                                                                                       tance 2i)'3H"      -.   ~      ->-    Height 10',
     quan, SIVJ-W-S.                    "                                                                                                      220-yart dash—1. Glen Clark (M).
                                                                                                                                            2 Wllllam« (LB), 3. Covln (LB). Time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Javelin—1. Douff Schlosfl"er (PB), 2.                take first place in both events. However, Red Bank had
                                                                                                                                                                                         lied Bank (Tl> — MiudMonn (.«)      Stccpn (HH), 3. Dunn (PB). Distance
        Monmouth Coach Jay Dem-                                                                                                             :22,7                                        100-yard dash—1. Boh Moore (RB), l M ' W                                                    enough depth to win the meet, 73-53.
                                                                                                                                               410-yard dash—1. Keith Jollne (LB),     S. Rock (RB), 3. Lee (RB). Time :11.0    I-ong Jump—1. Harris (PB), 2. Ap-
     erost watched his boys put two                                                                                                         2. Taylor (M), a. Calahan (M). Time          2ao-jar* daah—1. pete Rook (RB), plcgate (PB), 3. Vellnsky (PB). DU-"
                                                                                                                                            —33.1      -   - " "   "• " "              2. Moore ifiBi, 3. t e e (RB). Time tance 21" -O                                                       ••-"*••                  (Register Staff Photo)
     new school^fecords" into the                                                                                                     <iMli-=-l. Paul Gitrlaon (IJJ),
                                                                                                                                                                                      -124.1           '-                  '
   •hooks. Charley Johnson ran the                                                                                                          2 Swayze (LB), ,3. Pain (LB). Time           440-yard daah—1, Boh Bennett (M,
                                                                                                                                            2:011.4                                    2. Peterson (RB), 3. Schaetlei (RB).
     ion in :10.3 to erase the old :lfl.4 THINGS LOOKING UP — Rod Bank'j Don Bartell easily                                                    Mile-1.,Boh Huxley (LB), 2. Morgan      Time ;53.6 •
     mark. Glenn Clark dashed the clears tbt p'» v*utf bar at 11-6 to take a first place in                                                  (LBi, 3./King (M). Time 4:41.8               880-yard dash—1. Art Collls (M),
                                                                                                                                               120-yard .high hurdles—1. men Clark     2. Lamghlln.(M), 3. Credit (RB). Time
                                                                                                                                             (M), 2. Jowers (LB), 3. St&ten (LB).
                                                                                                                                            Tim. ;15,1           ~-             ••        'Mile—1. George Honralh (M), "2.'
     erase a stanetant.""" '"" ""                                                                                                              lso-yartt low hurdles—1. Charley Merv Jones <RB), "3. Pa-Hsiell (M).
       Johnson and Clark were dou-                                                                         (Register Staff Photo)_           Johnson (Ml, 2. Btatfl (LB), 3. Tony Time 1:57.8
                                                                                                                                            •Williams-<M). Tim* iio.l                      Two-mlle-1. Bob Smith (M), 2.

         Mater Dei Stays Safely at Home
         Mater Dei stayed home yes-1 snapped CBA's three-game win-                                     Coyne came in on Bob Mihok's scored on Paul Albe's double.                     but a pitcher to catcher to first
    terday and picked up its eighth j ning streak with a 7-0 setback,                                  single and McCue tallied when                 Bill Shanahan scored Mater       baseman double play wiped out
    baseball victory of the season, and South Hiver scored three                                       the centerfielder allowed Mi- Del's sixth inning run when he                   the threat, ending the game,
    while Christian leathers Ac-ad- tlm?s in the bottom 8f the                                         hok's safety to go through his walked, advanced to second on                      Rudman only walked one and
    cmy and Red Bank Catholic seventh inning to edge RBC,                                              legs. ^       '                             a.wild- -pitch and tallied on      fanned six--Colts Jn marking
—traveled fiOTth" and^vere both 5=4.                                                                      The Caseys added another Discavage's single.                                up the victory.
    handed setbacks.                                    In the only other game that                    pair of markers in the fifth                                                      CBA . sent three pitchers to
                                                                                                                                                     After Philpott's round-tripper
         Mater Dei, which has lost w a s played, Central Regional                                      on singles by Phil Ciallella and jn the third, walks to Shanahan               the hill, Lou Russo, John Mc-
    only once in nine_ starts, de- downed St. Joseph's, Toms
          y                                                                                            Dan Balph, Mike Clark's sacri- and Mike Busso and an error                     Knee and Chris Breedlove, in
    fpated St. R^sej^                                 RJver,_i-iL. Two .games, _Key-_                  ficeJbunt and McCue's-single : accounte'd" for""ali" laaitional                that^orderr"McKiiee"!was hit
    Si. Joseph's ~ of HetucRen port at Hoffman, Jiouth Amboy,                                           . South River Is now 3-5 on run.                                              the hardest. He gave up five
    K.B. Cathnllp (4)            Hotith RIVKF (S)     and Neptune at Nutley were                       the season, while Red Bank                                                     hits and four runs.
          -          AB R H                 AB n II                                                                                                  St. Rose scored four times
    Clark,cf          3 0 0 Krllla.Zb        4 1 2 postponed due to rain.                              Catholic ls_ 8-6. : . .-...-
    Coyne.r 4 1 -0 -Pearaon,aa 3 1 -a                                                                                                              in the—fifth on -singles by           St. Joseph's big inning was
 _llccue.lh_3— 1 - L r.Mliknrt 3 1 2                          Caseys Mppett                                                                                                           the fourthrscoring four runs on
    Jil llmk,3h 3 0 2 B'rtti'l'ew,« 4 0 2                                                                   -Purple-Rose thorny                ~ Ttenark, JofinTIarzulla, Cfiar^
    M B c l t P 3 n n 2 0 0
                         I) 1                           Winning pitcher Les Ware ig-                  ' After getting early power ley Marisca and Jim Carmody                         two walks, a wild pitch, error                     Our popular replacement tire with
    nwtnsk.r* 1 •              p>w'w«ul.r< 8 1 1 nited South River's- deciding
    UrCmy.n 1 0 0 Jac-takl.ih 2 0 2 rally with a single. He then
                       O O 0 | Oarbonp,3b 3 0 1
                            O DII.IRI.II
                                                                                                       from Joe "Discavage and Bob and Bill Siciliano's double.
                                                                                                       Philpott, Mater Dei had to push               The Purple Roses added their
                                                                                                                                                                                      and doubles by Paul Gurzo, his
                                                                                                                                                                                      second, and Pete Kucma.                              FULL 4-PLY
                                                      scored on Mike. Krilla's double.
    rull'ln.'Jb 3 1 1 Ware.p
    Rslph.rl 3                                        Drew Pearson followed with
                                                                                                       across single runs in both the final two runs in the sixth on
                                                                                                       fifth and sixth innings to get a pair of walks and singles by
                                                                                                                                                                                         In the sixth they scored two
                                                                                                                                                                                      runs with the big blow being
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          NYLON CORD
                   *&O   ^    U J              * »
                                                      a walk. Nick Grabko's single
                                                     (*   111
                                                                                                       past St.' Rose.                           ) Carmody and Rich Irons.                                                            plus long-wearing SUP-R-TUF rubber
    p B, cnUiollc.                 ,..2(10 njn 0—4 drove in-Kriila-with-the-tying                                                                                                     a double by Tom Kuneewitch
    imitri River                             I)
                                      o l | WT i~t                                                        DTscavageunlbaded a solo                        Colts Don't Kick                                                            and modern wrap-around high
        JB P»ar»on. 2B -KrlUa.-Pawtowskl. run, and Wayne Bartholomew's                                                                                                                with the bases loaded.
                                                                                                       home run in the third frame,                  John Rudman, shut out CBA                                                                  performance tread design
        Bt, osfilDIr - I - -JUtM Ufl-(M.= single sent:' in the winning                                        ;
                                                                                                       whil& Phllpntr^powefed a fwo- with "a three-fiitfef, and had                    . XGufzo double, advancement'
                     AB R H I               AB H H
    V . T O O ] Rh' 1 -3 0 marker.                                                     run jihot In the f o u r t h , . . . . . . the Colts- tamed most of the        on a ground ball, and a sacri-
    Marino,rl 2- 0             Rtmso,2b -       ft 0
   ,<>nnrk.2h 3 1 I                          4    1 2   Bed Bank Catholic scored                         'Torn Palagano opened the way, except for a kick in the                      fice fly to center field scored
  'Mmfllmp , 1 2 1 WarrHCk.lh 3 1
    Wrlws.Jh 3 2»« PaldK' 4 1 0 twice in the first inning as                                     Seraphs' fifth by reaching first last inning.                                  the run in the first.
  i C r m ' y . s j a 1 > stlm|».i'n,rf 3 0 (I Duke Coyne and Mickey Mc-
                            2                                                                          on an error and going to sec-
    Irons.Hi 3 (I 1 A l l i r . l r ' 3 1 2                                                                                                          CBA loaded the bases in the      i. The loss made'CBA 3-4 on the
    M u r p y . l l i 0 0 0 PlilllK.ll.3h 3       1 1 Cue were both safe on errors,                    ond on a wild pitch. He then seventh inning with one out,                      season.           .
    LycnMih    1 0v 0                RsklldK'n.p 3 0            (^
    Blclll'no.c3 (1- 1               liclllj-.p  (10            0
    TdcelliUt  1 0 0            1 0            0

                                                                            NJSIAA Diamond Cutoff Saturday
    Maxw' 2 0 0|                Bnlger.p     0 0           0
                 . - |
              29 « 7 |                          27 B S
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     MR—nliravsRe, rhllpott. 2R—War-
   rack, Alhe, Blcllsnn.                                               TRRNTON - ' James G            land Park High School, NJSIAA outcome of scheduled games                        Monmouth Regional (8-2);
    M. J o rith'« (7)
             AB R H
                             CRA (0)
                                   AB R H
                                                                     Growney, executive secretary     baseball tournament director. today, tomorrow and Saturday.                     Matawan Regional (8-1), Mana-                                                                                                                      YOU'RE THE
                                                                     treasurer of the New Jerse;        Competition will be con- Another nine clubs are on the
   O'! 4 3 3 < i u l d n »
   Jegll'skLK .1 1 0 H«itan.2l>
                                    4 0 1
                                    2 0 0
                    0 0 n I TrPTila.2h    2 0 0                      Interecholaslic Athletic Asso    ducted in each -section and borderline and must win their
                                                                                                                                                                                      squan (7-2)' and title defender
                                                                                                                                                                                       Lakewood (8-3) are home free,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ; WINNER
                    3 0 ) 1 Wonnw'd.ll n 0 I)
                    o o n 1 Rmtth.iij     2 n n
                                                                     ciation, today announced plan    each group, and all competing outings before the deadline.                      •while; Ocean Township (7-5),                                                                                                                           when you
                                                                     for t.he.j^hnual state basebal                                                                                                                                                      hevroleta, Dodgea,
    Kurma.Sb        4 0 11 Wolr.rt        2 0 0                                                       teams must h a v e ' won more Twelve teams already have                         Howell (3-3-1) and Raritan                                         lercurys, Pontiaca                                                                buy from the
    Kin'ln.c(       3 0 1 | Hollph        1 0 0
    DynnMh          0 0 0 | r.lnrtinit.rf n 0 o                      tournament.                      than 51) per cent of their been                               of                Township (6-5) are strong pos-                                   uidThunderbirda
    Grnncy.c        2 0 11 IVnn'lly,3l» " 1 0 2                                                       games, as of Saturday, to be their                                                                                                                                                                                                       Firestone
   Bmllh.Ih         3 1 1 Brink, c        "10 0                        The tournament will begin or                                                     to compile                     sibilities. Red Bank and Asbury
   Oa«-lor,ai       2 1 1 Deu'i-hle.of 2 0 0                         or about Monday, May 13, am      considered for the tourney, re-        flg record, regardless of                         nust wait until next year.                                                                                                                    "Safe Tire"
   71 in] nan, p    2 1 0 RllNito,|i      0 0 11
                                     McKnro.rt '-' 0 0               continue through Saturday        gardless of competition. AU ar- their fortunes , prior to the                                                                                                                                                                          man in the
                                     Br'HInve.p 0 0 o
                               0 0 0                June 1. All entries, post        rangements for the tourna- aturday cutoff date.                                    Defend         Central Jersey                                  TUB51ESSWHITEWALLSADD* 00
                                                                                                      ment games must be made by, Toms River (8-3) is the only                        champion         uthern Regional                                All prlcu PLUS ttxai and ir.dUn tin off your                                     [Checkered Shirtl
                          7   ?                 ?4 0 3
                                                                     marked no later than Satur
                                          (100 ( H I) It
                                               H)                    day, May 4, must be mailec       the competing teams. '         / definite Shore qualifier among                 (5-5-1) is t h e \ n l y other pos-
      2B —Curjo
                                           IM 102 x . 7              to Austin K.- lupine of High         Nine Schools (Jualfled    [ Group IV teams, but three                       sibility. Central Begional, Wall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NO MONEY DOWN MONTHS TO PAY!
                                                                                                        Based on Saturday's cutofk
                                                                                                      date, by which teams must>
                                                                                                                                          iers — Middletown (6-6),
                                                                                                                                          p^une (5-5) and Freehold
                                                                                                                                                                                      Township, Rumson^air Haven                     HURRY! Don't Miss Out!                                                            Cr>difslibli$iit in minutnl
                                                                                                                                       x                                              and Jackson Township, are out                Priced ai ihown ot Flreitona Stomj compatlllvaly priced ol Firestone Deoien ond ol oil lervlce ilolioni diiplaylng Ihe FIreilone ilgn
                                                                                                      have won "more than 50 per M-4) — are still hopeful. Long
                                                                                                      cent" of, nine Mon-' Braijch and Brick Township                     of the tournament pictu
                                                                                                      mouth arid Ocean County will beSngligible.                                        In Group I, Point Pleasant
                                                                                                      teams already have met the
                                                                                                      requirement, regardless of the
                                                                                                                                         In tlie Group HI category,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Boro (6-2-1) is in, Henry Hud-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               MAGIC TOUCH ALARM                                          TIRE PRESSURE GAUGE
                                                                                                                                                                                      son Regional and Point Pleas-
                                                                                                                                                                                      ant-Beaeh-are-flUtr-and-Key-                                                                                       -ACCURATE-
                                                                                                                                                                                      port (4-.3) is keeping its- bats                            , lighted dial                                          DEPENDABLE
                                                                                                      Growney Lists State                                                             cocked and fingers crossed, •••
                                                                                                                                                                                Christian Brothers Academy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Electric by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   , Wutclox
                                                                                                                                                                             already h a s . been Jilirriinatei.
                                                                                                      Golf Toitrney Rides                                                    from Parochial " A " considera-
                                                                                                                                                                             tion, but Red Bank Catholic
                                                                                                                                                                             (8-6) must win only one of its
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               • -;H«ndsom> else
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   trie clock in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   whit* or an-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tiqua gold '
                                                                                                         TRENTON - Final plans for           matches average 40 or better. two games before Saturday to                                        • ShaHarproof.
                                                                                                      the 11)68 New Jersey State In-         Entries will be limited to four qualify.                                                             oryital                                                 • Accurate With-in One Pound
                                                                                                      lerscholastic Athletic Associa-        men or less" from any one                                                                         • Swn|> Kcond
                                                                                                      tion" golf tournament were an-         school.                            Defending sectional champ                                                                                                 • Needle Holds Reading Until
         DESERVE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  hand and sweep

                                                                                                      nounced today by James G.                The competition will be open Mater Dei. (8-1) has assured                                        , alarm indicator
           so . . .why not/an exciting
                                                                                                      Growney, executivp secretary-
                                                                                                      treasurer. The district cham-
                                                                                                      pionships will be held on Mon-
                                                                                                      day and Tuesday, May 13 and
                                                                                                      14, with the three top teams
                                                                                                      and three medalists from each
                                                                                                                                             to all students coming under itself of the chance to repeat
                                                                                                                                             the United States Golf Associa- in Parochial " B , " and St. Rose
                                                                                                                                             tion's definition of amateur of Belmar (9-4) also has quali-
                                                                                                                                             golfersi There will be no divi- fied. St. Joseph's of Toms
                                                                                                                                             sion as to public or parochial River, the Shore's-only Paro-
                                                                                                                                             school groups or classes in the chial "C" team, will not be
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               to silence alarm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LIMIT ONE ADDITIONAL 4.9S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2.19                 99
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                                                                                                      district competing for the state       NJSIAA tournament.              considered for a berth.
                         1968 CHEVROLET                                                               championship on May 20 at the
                                                                                                      Forsgate Golf Club in James-
                                                                                                                                                All entries must be received
                                                                                                                                             in the NJSIAA offices here- no 2 6 - T H E DAILY REGISTER,                                                OPEN WED. and FRI. EVES. TILL 9 P.M.
                                                                                                      bmg,                                   later than Monday, May 4.         Thursday, May 2,1968
                              or choose from our                                                         The district sectional cham-
                                                                                                      pionships on May 13 will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        DAILY and SATURDAY TILL 6 P.M.
                              complete stock of                                                       held as follows: District 1 at
                                                                                                      The Pinos Country Club in
                                                                                                       Kmerson; District 2 at the
                                           USED CARS!
                                                                                                       Mountain View Golf Course in
                                                                                                      Trenton; and District 3 at the
                                                                                                       Pitman Country Club ift Pit-
                         Follow Your Vriviuh To . . .'                                                   District will bo staged         All street, motor pow-                                                                                                          Where Your Safety is Our Business
                                                                                                      on May 14 aUlhc Rutgers Golf
                                                                                                      Course in New Brunswick.                  ered vehicles require
                                                                                                         In order to qualify for thp
                                                                                                      competition, ;i team nnisl have
             Monmouth County's Largest Chevrolet Dealer
                                                                                                      won fill per cent of ;ill ils
                                                                                                      regularly scheduled matches
                                                                                                                                                liability insurance. See
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MAPLE AVE.
                                                                                                                                                us for best rates and
                         "Whoro doing b i u i n o u                      it a   ploaiurol"            played Inmorniw The
                                                                                                      team mils! have also played a
                                                                                                                                                other information.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 at WHITE ST.
                                                                                                      minimum of six Dutches,
          325 MAPLE AVE.                                                          RED BANK               A si IKHII ihat dues J\I\[ enter                                                Broad & Mechanic St.
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                                                                                                      a-team may enter a player or
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                                                                                                                                        Cleveland Hurter Nears Majors9 Record
      THE DAILY REGISTER. Uumky, May 2, WA—27

                   The Chuck Wagon

 Weekly Menu:                                                                                   Sudden Sam Strikes Out 16 A's
                                                                      By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS utes — near record time for pitched Chicago to a 4-1 vic- who managed just three hits, Dowell and was mystified.                                                                                   Tony Ilorton and Duke

 This V Data           By CHUCK TRIBLEHORN
                                                                          Suddenly, the flame was McDowell* who u s u a l l y tory over Washington, Cali- lip retired 20 men in a row
                                                                       back. 'Sudden Sam McDow- throws a lot more pitches and fornia downed Boston 5-3, and after yk'Jing an unearned smoke," ,s;iid Jackson". "The and Morton scored the tie-
                                                                       ell's fastball and his Dace takes a lot longer doing it.
                                                                       against the Oakland Athletics                'The Eighth Wnt!n>r'
                                                                                                                                               Detroit shaded Minnesota :i-2. run in the third inning.
                                                                                                                                                   In the National League,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 "All he has to do is throw Sims singled in the seventh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             guy who taught him to throw breaking run on a passed
                                                                                                                                                                                               "1 had more .confidence a curve and slider was ball. Then Salmon's second
                                                                       convinced some people he                  "Gentlemen," he marveled Philadelphia whacked New tonight than I've over had in crazy."                                                                                      hit brought -Sims in.
                         Register Sports Editor                        was going to a fire.                    afterward, "you have just York 7-2 in 11 innings, Pitts- my life," said McDowell. "I                                               Jim "Blue Moon" Odqm * The White Sox won their
          Cooking up our weekly serving of Chuck Wagon stew,              Me)towell struck out 16 bat- ' [ seen the eighth wonder of the burgh shut out Chicago 4-0, didn't even worry when-I was doing a pretty fair job third game and John cap-
      digestible food for sports thought. . . .                        ters — two short of the nine world. Only 119 pitches in two St. Louis took Houston 3-1 in went to 3 and 2 on a couple of pitching for the A's. He tured his second with a
        -Starting out with-a coektait-:--~r-Mflnhattan-is-6inging- ...Inning jmajor.Jeague ^record . hours, 31, minutes. „ I never...                     M,$LlM9!L                         of batters. I could throw retired the first 15 Cleveland strong effort against the
     the praises of Ed Mulvihill, former Christian Brothers
                                                                       — and pitched Cleveland to thought I'd see the day."                    San Francisco 6-5 and Atlan- ~ "curves ~ aTfd~"sHaefs~ where" I batters but Ctiico- Salmon's -Senators^- He -shut Washing-
                                                                       a 3-1 victory over (he Athlet-            In other American League ta took Los Angeles 7-3.                           wanted."                                         sixth inning single broke that ton out on three hits over
     Academy trackman. Mulvihill scored 14 points in a dual            ics Wednesday night.                   action last night, Baltimore         McDowell, who has had                       Reggie Jackson, one of the spell and McDowell's single the first eight innings before
    meet against Fairleigh Dickinson. The                                 And he did it with only 119 belted New York 6-1, Tommy arm trouble in the past; had league's top Iff hitters, struck drove in the Indian's first yielding a run with two out
 .senior biology major was runner-up in                                pitches in two hours, 11 min- John struck out 12 and no trouble with the Athletics, out three times against Mc- run,                                                                                                   in the ninth.
     both the high jump and pole vault in the
_._Queens-Ii>na Rfilays. Mulvihill has been
     accepted at Long Island University for
- graduate work in marine biology. . . .
  ..And xlonlt forget the Cherry (Hill). Just
     six horses went postward in the third race
                                                                                      Jackson                                                                                                                                                                       Baltimorefielts
     at Garden State Park last Saturday, but

                                                                                      Sinks Mets
                                                                                                                                                  By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS                             NATIONAL I,KA(iUK
     two of them were entered by Monmouth                                                                                                               AMERICAN LKAGUK
                                                                                                                                                                          W L Pel. QB 8t. Urals..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        W- B L 'Pet. OB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ....14^ 5 .737 .—
     Park personalities. Cold, the winner, races                                                                                              Detroit                     13 5 .722 — San Francisco                 —.10 8 .558 3\i
    for the partnership of Mrs. Philip Iselin                                                                                                 BaltlmoM                    11 6 .611 154 Pittsburgh              __.... 9 8
                                                    TRIBLEHORN                                                                                Mlnneaota                  .11 7 .611 2      Cincinnati         i         '"» 9 lisoo vi          BALTIMORE (AP) —"Dave in the sixth.
     and Mrs. Jimmy Jones, the wives of the                                                                                                   Washington                  11 8 .579 2V4 Philadelphia                      9 9 .BOO t'A Johnson drove in three runs                              Steve Hamilton, who re-
                                                                        NEW YORK (AP) - Tony Ron Swoboda's two-out Boston _ _                 California                   9 10 .474 4% Atlanta                          9 10 .474 5
     Monmouth Park president and director of racing, respec-                                                                                                           _ 8 9 .411 4M Loa Ahgeles                          9 10 .474 5       and Boog Powell two as the lieved loser Mel Stottlemyre,
     tively. Cabin Light, whio> finished third, races for Joseph Taylor walloped a bases-loaded single scored pinch runner Don Oakland        New York                     8 10 .444 5
                                                                                                                                                                           8 U
                                                                                                                                                                                           Chicago :.
                                                                                                                                                                                  .421 B\4 New York
                                                                                                                                                                                                                -_...... 8 11 --  .421 6H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7 10, .412 <       Baltimore Orioles whipped the 3-i, -allowed three runs in the;•;.
     M. Roebling, a Monmouifi Park director.                         triple in the 11th inning — his Bosch with the tying run as the,Cleveland                             T 11 .389 6     Houston         - —.......•• 7 11 V .389 6tt New York Yankees, 6-1, last seventh. Powell drove in two
                                                                     fourth hit of the game — help- Mets rallied for two runs in              Chicago - . - — ~        ™ 3 12 .200 8W                  Yestorday's Reaulta
                    BRING ON THE APPETIZERS                                                                                                                                                  Philadelphia, 1. N e w York 2, 11 night behind the five-hit pitch- with a bases-loaded single and
                                                                     ing Philadelphia to a 7-2 vic-the bottom of the ninth and                           I.ait Nlghfa Xeaulta               nnings
                                                                                                                                                                                             St. Louis 3, Houston 1, 12 Innings ing of rookie Dave Leonhard. Johnson followed with another.
          Bill Foster, Rutgeis University basketball coach, tory over the New York Mets tied the score against Jackson. Chicago 4, 8, N e w York1 1                                          Piltaburgh 4, Chicago 0
     elated that Chris Hill, Christian Brothers Academy's stellar last night.
                                                                                                                                                California S/'BoBton 3                     - Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 0                      Johnson's sacrifice fly tied run-scoring single.
                                                                                                                Bud Harrelson opened the Cleveland 3, Oakland 1                              Atlanta 7, Los Angeles 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Today's Gnme«                     the score 1-1 in,,the fourth and New York scored in the sec-
     eager, was headed for the banks, said: "Not only is he             It was the 20th career victory ninth,, with a bad-hop single, Detroit 3 , Minnesota 2                                Cincinnati (Culver 0-1) at San Fran- his run-scoring single sent the ond on a single by Roy White,
     (Hill) an exc