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       VOL. 85, NO. 179             Iw»d dUly. Mondiy through Friday. Baeoul Cltu PosUf»                                 RED BANK, N. J., TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1963
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 Bowen                                                                                                                                                 Moody Heads Demo Slate
 Hearing                                                                                                                                                       Middletown Mayor Tapped ior Senate Race
 Is Set                                                                                                                                              F R E E H O L D - Middletown
                                                                                                                                                  Township's 36-year-old Mayor,
                                                                                                                                                  Earl Moody, will head the Dem-
                                                                                                                                                                                         For Assembly, Leo Weinstein,
                                                                                                                                                                                       of Matawan, Paul Kiernan, Jr.,
                                                                                                                                                                                       of Long Branch, and Donald J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            building among county leaders to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            induce the young mayor to lead
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the ticket. Their first choice, Mrs.

Public Can                                                                                                                                        ocratic organization ticket for
                                                                                                                                                  Monmouth county and state of-
                                                                                                                                                  fice this year.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Cunningham, of Avon; for free-
                                                                                                                                                                                       holders, Mayor Cornelius Guiney,
                                                                                                                                                                                       of Highlands, and Hugh Meehan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            White, despite encouragement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            from Gov. Richard J. Hughes to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            be a candidate, was reported re-
Only Listen                                                                                                                                         The former school teacher and
                                                                                                                                                  Keansburg boardwalk concession-
                                                                                                                                                                                       of Spring Lake, a funeral direc-
                                                                                                                                                                                       tor and former Spring Lake
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            sisting appeals with growing de-
                                                                                                                                                  aire won endorsement last night      Heights councilman.
And Watch                                                                                                                                         as organization candidate for
                                                                                                                                                   ;tate Senate to oppose incumbent
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Was Reluctant
                                                                                                                                                                                         Mr. Moody, initially a reluctant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Selection of Mr. Moody caused
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            some problems as a majority of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the committee agreed the ticket
                                                                                                                                                  Republican Richard R. Stout.         candidate because of his responsi-   should include only one Middle-
      LONG BRANCH - City Coun-
                                                                                                                                                     Endorsed by the 22-member         bilities as a first-year mayor in    town resident. Two other Middle-
 cil settled factional disputes last
  night and agreed to give sus-                                                                                                                   Candidates Screening Committee,      the county's largest and most        towers, Charles V. Carroll, aa ac-
  pended City Manager Richard                                                                                                                     at their fourth meeting in. 11       populous municipality, agreed to     countant, who had support for
  J. Bowen a public hearing Sat-                                                                                                                  days at the Red Bank home of         make the run yesterday after-        freeholder, and Eugene Bedell, a "
 urday at noon .in the Junior High                                                                                                                Mrs. Katharine Elkus White, Mr.      noon.                                leader- in the building trades I A
  School; Morris Ave.                                                                                                                             Moody will top a ticket which al-      The Red Bank Register was
                                                                                                                                                  so will include:                     first to report that pressure was            (See DEMOS, Page 3)                     Earl Moody
      It will be a public hearing at
  which, the public, however, may
 hear—but will not be heard. The

                                                                                                                                                   7 Dead in Bus Plunge
 council members shall not be sub-
 ject to questioning to back up the
  reasons they cited in ousting
 Bowen Feb. 9 from his {13,000 a
 year post as chief city adminis- EARTH AND AIR — A t ground breaking ceremonies yesterday for new administration
 trator.                                  building and hangars at the Red Bank Airport, James Loeb, left, president of New
      These decisions came last night                                                                                                                   NEW YORK (AP)-A hospital get there, tides swept the vehicle wheel but the bus skidded and I Rosia Taitt, 48, both ward clerks;
                                          Shrewsbury Aviation, Inc., owner of the airport, looks on as Mayor John E. Lemon, bus plunged into the East River 60 feet out into the river, 20 feet was thrown off my feet."                                         Alexander E. Reichelt, 56, an oc-
  at a council caucus. A public
 meeting has been called for to- Jr., turns the first aarth. James Marnsr, Asbury Park, the architect, is at right.                                   when its driver was stricken, and below the surface.                     Bystander, Gloria Fulwilder, a cupational t h e r a p i s t ; Robert
 night by Mayor Thomas L. Mc-                                                                                                                         seven of the 11 aboard are dead The drama inside the bus was medical records librarian, said, Perez, 45, a physiotherapist, and
  Clintocfc to put the caucus dec!                                                                                                                    or missing.                         described by Haas, a physio-; "It Is the grace of God that I'm Gertrude Porter, about 70, a Red
 (ions into the record.
      Previously the mayor had set
  die public hearing, required by
                                     Ground Is Broken for New                                                                                           "The bus was completely sub- therapist.                              not in there. I usually take that Cross volunteer worker. All ara
                                                                                                                                                      merged. I can't swim. I knew I "I saw the driver bend down," bus at lunchtime, but today I was from New York City except
                                                                                                                                                     was going to die," said one of he said. "When he didn't get up, too busy."                                  Reicheit, of Metuchen, N.J.
 law upon Mr. Bowen's demand,
  for next Monday. He had the
 backing of Councilman Milton
                                     Buildings at Red Bank A irport                                                                                  four survivors of Monday's acci- I figured he had a heart attack. Dead, besides driver Alberts, Missing Is Beatrice Sturdevant,
                                                                                                                                                      dent on Welfare Island.
                                                                                                                                                        Elizabeth Newton, 41, said she
                                                                                                                                                                                           I jumped up and tried to grab the are Catherine Quann, 57, and 34, a typist, also of New York.

  tlntermeyer and Lucy Wilson NEW SHREWSBURY-Ground A $325,000 Small Business Ad- West of that building a 6,400 iterally hung on to the coattails
  who, with Mr. McClintock, has was broken yesterday for a new ministration Loan made the ex- square foot maintenance hangar of another passenger, Richard
 ftood, up for Bowen throughout. administration building and new tensive improvements here pos- will be built. Farther west a Haas, 36, who broke through a
              Changed Pate              hangars at the Red Bank Airport, sible, Mr. Loeb stated.                  series of T-hangars for storage door and dragged her up to the
      But last Friday the other six Shrewsbury Ave. at Apple St.                The new masonry administra- of planes based at the airport surface.
  councilmen met in caucus and James Loeb, president of New tion building will house the air- will be constructed.                                      The bus careened off a road on
 changed the date to tomorrow, Shrewsbury Aviation, Inc., owner port                 operations    department, The work is planned for com- Welfare Island when the driver,
  March 6. Mr. Bowen's lawyer, of the airport, and also president flight school headquarters, and pletion in three months.                            John Alberts, 51, apparently suf-
 Charles Franket, served notice of the subsidiary corporation, the the offices of the Air Taxi Co.                        General Contractor          fered a heart attack.
 over the weekend that this date Air Taxi Co., said that hard sur- It will be built parallel to the Hendrickson Construction Co., Six persons, including Alberts,
 was impossible for him. Thus, face runways and parking area runway and set back 75 feet from Shrewsbury, is general contrac- are known dead, One woman is
 last night's caucus and tonight's are also planned.                         Shrewsbury Ave.                      tor. Plumbing contractor is Ste- missing.
 public meeting.                                                                                                 phen Gross, Shrewsbury. Red                     City Hospital
      In his statement, Mr. Frankel                                                                              Bank Electric Co. will do the Welfare Island, less than two
 noted that one of the six council-
  men who signed the order fixing
  the March 6 date, Councilman
  Walter George, was informed per-
                                     BudgetAdopted                                                                electrical work, and heating and miles long, is a narrow strip in
                                                                                                                 air conditioning contractor is the East River between Manhat-
                                                                                                                 Noel R. Nilson, Little Silver.       tan and Queens. It is occupied by
                                                                                                                    Site plan approval for the proj- a city hospital complex. All those
 sonally prior to the Friday cau-
  cus Mr. Frankel could not ap-
                                           Red Bank Rate Up 3 Cents                                              ect was granted lest August bj aboard the bus worked for the
                                                                                                                 the New Shrewsbury Planning city's department of hospitals,
                                                                                                                 Board, over protests from some which operated the vehicle.
      At last night's caucus, the six RED BANK — Borough Coun- assessed evaluation, up three residents of the area near the The bus catapulted off a sea
  *aid Mr. George had voted cil last night adopted a 1963 cents over 1962's $2.79.
                                       <                                                                         airport, who feared an increase wall and came to rest on its side
 •gainst the March 6 date because municipal budget that will push The budget includes provisions in traffic there.                                   near the shore, Before police could
  it was inconvenient to Mr. Frank- the tax rate up another three for salary increases to all bor-

                                                                                                              'Two Guys9 Decision
 el. However, Mr. George joined cents, although the appropria- ough employees and policemen.
 the others in signing the order. tions for municipal purposes has The increases would be estab-
                                                                                                                                                                                             OCEAN AVE. — Sea Bright wai cloud to traffic for 5«v«ral d«ys after tha abate-
 No Indication had been given to been decreased.                             lished by ordinance by counci
 newspapers of Mr. George's posi- The t o t a l             budget       is at i later date.                                                                                                 ment of the northeast storm. During high tides, wat«r depths up to five fe«f were
  tion in the official statement or in $1,302,834.19 up $20,287.79.
 reporters' interviews with the Mayor. Benedict R. Nicosia
                                                                                        Library Fund
                                                                                Miss Elisabeth A. Kelley,
                                        pointed out that the rate for Throckmorton Ave., urged coun-
                                                                                                              Expected Thursday                                                             /efSorred on parts of Ocean Ave. Wh«n f ho water receded, roads wero choked with
                                                                                                                                                                                            land and strewn with lumber and debris. Plant for railing and reinforcing the lea
                                                                                                                                                                                            wall, at left, are pending.
              Bad Publicity'            municipal purposes will drop cil increase its proposed appro- MIDDLETOWN - The Town ing to Matthew J. Gill, local
    ' tn suspending Mr. Bowen, with five cents to 80 cents but that priation for the Eisner Memorial ship Planning Board will meet realtor appearing as its represen
  the provision that his services will the school tax rate is up five Public Library. Salaries and Thursday night to take.what is tative.
  be      terminated      permanently cents and the county rate up wages for the library are up expected to be final action on a The board's requirements were
 March 14-30 days after he had three cents. The total combined $960, making the total $24,900. proposal to locate a Two Guys drawn up at a conference meet-
         (See BOWEN, Page 2)            rate is set at {2.82 per $100 of General expenses are up $4,000, From Harrison discount store on ing Thursday. The firm first ad-
                                                                                                                 Rt. 35.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Anniversary of a Storm
                                                                            totaling $21,000.                                                         vanced plans for the 134,000-
                                                                               Miss kelley said the library The planners last night pre- square-foot building in December.                   Elements in Tantrrm a Year Ago Tomorrow
Pets Die in Shop                                                            services do not meet the de- sented a set of 11 provisions, de- The site is a 22-acre tract just
                                                                           mands of the public. Cataloging scribed in a board memo as "re- south of Five Corners and ad-                       By WILLIAM HAGEMAN           estate is in the form, of a 100- from th« sea. That plan li con-
                                                                            programs, shelf space, and park- quirements for approval," calling jacent to the Howard Johnson SEA BRIGHT — This borough foot beach pumped from the chan- tingent upon the eek wall reha-

Fire in Oakhurst                                                            ing facilities are all insufficient, for minor additions and revisions Restaurant and Motel.
                                                                            she declared. Salaries, she said to the plot plan and specifying                  Petition In Favor
                                                                                                                                                                                         celebrates an anniversary tomor- nel of the Shrewsbury River by bilitation project.
                                                                                                                                                                                         row. It is the first Anniversary Army Engineers.
                                                                            were below State Library Asso- construction of a sidewalk and a A petition bearing 762 signa- of a northeast storm and a fur-                             Still Untested
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Much has been done here to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                prevent a recurrence of the 1962
     OCEAN TOWNSHIP — The the fire for one-and-a-half hours. ciation minimum standards.                          $3,000 contribution toward drain tures was presented last night in
                                                                                                                                                                                         ious ocean which held Sea Bright The new beach is yet untested disaster but the governmental
 Petland pet shop, Rt. 35, Oak- Two firemen suffered minor in                  Councilman Dr, Lawrence R. age improvements.                          favor of the $1 million store. It
                                                                                                                                                                                          in its grip for three days.       as a margin of protection from programs have been matched by
 hurst, was wrecked by fire last juries in fighting the blaze. Hen- Burdge pointed out that the li- All 11 proposals have been was submitted by Mrs. Willard
 night.                                ry Mackiewicz, 1401 Spruce Ave., brary budget included a provi- agreed to by the firm, accord- Mitchell, 4 Cora] PI., Middle- "A submerged reef just off the storm tides. No serious northeast- the quick recovery of the bor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ers or hurricanes have approach- ough's private investment.
     Police said all the pets perished Wanamassa, a member of the sion to spend $6,000 for book pur-                                                 town, who said the signers were coast of North America" might
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ed the coast in the past 12 months.            Few Traces
 In the blaze which did an estim- Wanamassa Fire Co., was treated chases, an increase of $1,000, and                                                 residents of New Monmouth, Port have described this borough dur-
 ated $29,000 damage. Only the for cuts of the hand at Fitkin plans to repair bulkheading along
 walls and roof of the masonry Hospital, Neptune, where he was the river edge of the property
 building are left standing.           taken by the Oakhurst First Aid where considerable erosion is in
                                                                                                              Asbury                                 Monmouth, East Keansburg, Bel- ing the high tides accompanying
                                                                                                                                                     ford and Middletown Village.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              However, the sand pumping Few traces of trfe strom which
                                                                                                                                                                                           he storm. Low tides provided here and in Monmouth Beach and took 12 lives and damaged or de-
                                                                                                                                                        Objecting to approval of the glimpses of land on "an island other shore towns represents a stroyed 17,000 New Jersey homes
                                                                                                                                                     proposal were Richard Anderson, near Rumson."                          swift counterpunch in the battle can be seen here today. Tha
     Harry Pembleton, chief of the Squad. Robert Parnell, Belmar evidence, he said.
 Oakhurst Fire Co., said this Ave., Oakhurst, a member of the
                                                                                     Local Levy Cut
 morning that the fire Is believed Oakhurst Fire Co., was treated The municipal tax levy Is set
                                                                                                              Hotel                                  Hubbard Ave., River Plaza, who The anniversary, like any other, with the sea. Pumping began twice-deflated bubble of the Trada
                                                                                                                                                     commented, "Even if it would is a time to reflect on the past, here only weeks after the storm's Winds Beach Club, a plastic doma
                                                                                                                                                     reduce my taxes, I would not like take/a look at the present, and abatement.                               which enclosed a swimming pool,
 to have been - caused by faulty at the scene for hand cuts.
 wiring.                                  Petland is owned by Mr. and
                                                                            at $621,661, down by $27,505.43.
                                                                               The surplus appropriation is
     The blaze was reported by a Mrs. Leon Hirsch of 3103 Apple- $150,000, up $25,000, leaving a
                                                                                                              Burns                                  to see this kind of business in
                                                                                                                                                     Middletown," and Frank De Fino,
                                                                                                                                                                                         wonder about future anniversa- Still pending are plans for the has been replaced by a perma-
                                                                                                                                                                                         ries^       '                      reconstruction and elevation of nent structure. Crippled houses
                                                                                                                                                                                            If a storm of similar propor- the sea wall which* provides the have been razed or rebuilt. The
 passing motorist at 10 p.m., po- by Dr., Wanamassa.                       surplus balance of $166,211.65.           ASBURY PARK - An ear- 15 Park Dr., who told the plan- tions were to strike tomorrow, borough with a measure ofc-fcro- town looks very much as it did
 lice said. The Oakhurst and Wan- Detective Capt. Howard Hun-                                                      ly morning fire Is reported to ners they were "not being fair Sea Bright probably would show tection. If approved, the project a year ago today.
 tmassa Fire companies fought dertpfund is investigating.                       (See RED BANK, Page 3)             have destroyed the interior of to Middletown if this is the best           more adequate defense. Next will be completed within a year. In           neighboring      Monmouth
                                                                                                                   the 163-room Surf Hotel, 215 you can come up with." Mr. De March, the prospects will be Perhaps even more encourag-
                                                                                                                                                     Fino submitted a petition from                                                                             Beach, a new bathing pavilion
 Eatontown Policy Criticized                                                                                       Asbury Ave. here.
                                                                                                                     Police said the fire was dis-
                                                                                                                                                     61 families objecting to the pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                         even happier.                      ing is the promise of the state has replaced one which was de-
                                                                                                                                                     posal at the board's February The borough is larger than.it taking over Ocean Ave. and the stroyed by the storm. The new
                                                                                                                   covered by Patrolman William                                          was last March 6. The added real responsibility for protecting it            (See STORM, Page 3)
To Increase Size of Classes                                                                                        Dello while on routine patrol
                                                                                                                   at 3:40 a.m.                         Two of several members of
                                                                                                                                                     the audience speaking in favor

And Reduce Double Sessions
                                                                                                                     All city fire fighting equip- of the proposal drew applause
                                                                                                                   ment was at the scene, assisted from the group. The speakers em-
                                                                                                                   by the Unexcelled Fire Co. of phasized the tax ratable aspect
                                                                                                                   Neptune, and companies from of the project. Mrs. Thomas P.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Award New High School
     EATONTOWN — The BoaTd of number of teachers to give teach- on the subject of double sessions Wanamassa, Ocean Grove, Al- Pender, Sherman Ave., Belford,
 Education has adopted a policy ers raises, which should compen- during the first term of next lenhurst and Deal.
 of increasing class sizes to cut sate them for the extra pupil year.
                                                                                                                                                     said location of the firm in Mid-
                                                                                                                     No injuries have been re- dletown would serve the general
                                                                                                                                                                                       Contracts at $2,088,588
                                                                               Last year there were 10 groups ported In the blaze, which had interest by providing shopping FREEHOLD — The .Regional room school on a SO-acre tract. Cteve, Inc., Neptune, $172,245;'
 down the number of classes an load," he said.
 double sessions.                                                           here on double sessions. This caused an estimated $200,000 convenience for middle-income High School Board of Education Contracts were awarded for heating and ventilating, Stephen
                                                 Federal Funds
    This was made clear last                                               year there are 20 such classes.         damage. The fire was reported families and would add a sizable awarded contracts totaling $2,- general construction work, to J. Gross, Inc., Shrewsbury, $236,-
                                          He added that since federal                 Plan Workshop                under control a t ' 7:30 a.m. ratable to the township's tax rolls 088,588 last night for construction George H. Evans & Co., Anda- 627; and electrical work, Molnar
night in answer to questions by
                                       funds for construction are al- Dr. Ramsay reported that the The four-story hotel, one of                                                          oi. a 1,300-student school on lusia, Pa., lor $1,240,484; struc- Electrical          Contractors, Wood-
Col. Howard E. Porter, Fort Mon                                                                                                                      as well.
                                       located on the basis of 30-pupil fourth Monmouth County Audio- the oldest here, was closed for                                                    Squankum-Yellow Brook Rd. in tural steel and miscellaneous bridge, $185,763.
 mouth school liaison officer.                                                                                                                                Board's Function
                                       classrooms, he believes the board Visual Aids Workshop will be the winter season.                                                                                                    metal work to Albert Smith's In addition to the general con-
    This is being done gradually                                                                                                                        Frank F. Blaisdell, Planning Howell Township.
                                       should accept that number as a held at the Margaret L, Vetter                                                                                                                        Sons, Inc., Irvington, $159,323; tracts, the board awarded tha
by not replacing teachers who                                                                                        Firemen at first feared the Board chairman, pointed out that Last March, voters approved
                                       basis for its thinking.             School March 27.                                                                                                                                 plumbing and drainage. Van following equipment contracts:
leave. It was explained. For ex-                                                                                   windswept blaze would spread the board's only function is to the issuance of $2,707,000 in
                                          Seymour Koteen, from the au- (See EATONTOWN, Page 2)                                                                                           bonds to construct the 49-class
 ample, when a second grade                                                                                        to the nearby Charles Hotel.          (See TWO GUYS, Page 2)                                                                                   Metal- shelving to Roberts
                                       dience, pointed out that schools
teacher was recently lost, her
pupils were distributed among
                                       here now have six classes with 31                                                                                                                                                             Index                      Brothers, Inc., Pennsauken, $5 r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                602; library shelving, Southern
other second grade classes, in-
 stead of hiring a new teacher
tor them.
          Ramsay Comments
                                       pupils each and six with 29 pupils
                                          Col. Porter said that "we are
                                       quite concerned at the fort with
                                       the continued large number of
                                                                         Firemen Pump Water to Homes                                                                                                                         Adam and Eve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Desk Co., Hickory, N.C., $5,577;'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Page soience equipment, Wood Metal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             9 Industries, Upper Darby, Pa.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             6 $20,500; basketball backstops,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            12 Brunswick Corp., East Orange,
    This procedure will continue to classes on double sessions."
be followed when a teacher is "We had hoped to see one
                                                                                                               Service Failure Hits 192 Families                                                                             Births
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bridge .....       ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2 $3,006; and sewage
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            17 work, William Kohl, Lincroft,

lost in a grade where classes are more grade level eliminated from FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP-Fire Rd. .7 of a mile to the develop- Freehold Mayor Frank E. Gib- is serviced by the Freehold water John Chamberlain                                                   6 $69,461.
small, Dr. William W. Ramsay, double sessions before now," he trucks from nine county fire ment, between Rt. 9 and Willow son authorized the township to system, along Willow Brook Rd. Classified .                                                        16    The architectural firm of
superintendent, said.                  continued. "We had also hoped companies are assisting in re- Brook Rd.                                        tap into the borough water sys- via fire truck pumpers to a fire Comics                         _.     17 Mickelwright     and Mountford,
    He said however, that in his to get pupils out of the inade-                                                                                                                         hydrant in the development serv- Crossword Puzzle                  17 Trenton and Toms River, set
opinion the real answer to the quate buildings at the fort. With            laying water to 192 homes in Residents of the development tem following a request from
                                                                                                                 lost their water supply between Townsbip           Mayor    Carl    B. iced by the township water com- Editorials                           « completion date for the school,
double sessions problem Is more all the apartments ,belng built the Wynnefield development here 5 and 5:30 a.m. yesterday when Schank.                                                   pany.                               Hcrblock .                      8 to be known as Southern Free-
classrooms in Eatontown.                                                    following the breakdown of its the Freehold Water and Utilityj
                                       lere, the only prospect I can                                                                                                                        Assisting with pumpers at the Leonard Ljons                      6 hold Regional High School, for
    Board President Samuel Garo- see for next year is that the             water system yesterday morn- Co., (formerly General Water; Mayor Gibson said the borough scene are fire companies of Movie Timetable _ _                                         12 May, 1964.
talo said he believes 30 pupils situation will.be worse."                  ing.                                  Co.) developed trpuble in its would charge the water company Freehold, Eatontown, Adelphia Obituaries                                       2
per classroom is an acceptable Board member Andrew Meyer Firemen are pumping water single well and the pump broke                                    for the water used during the of Howell Township; Wanamassa Television                             _ 12                  Notice
number.                                                                                                                                              emergency operation.                of Ocean Township; Long Branch Sports                       „ 14-15      Joseph's Restaurant, Route 71,
                                         ointed out that the new 18-class- through fire hose from the Free- down.
    "If we could raise class size; oom school will be completed hold borough water system from Company officials estimated it The relay is being accomp-                                 NAD, Earle; Hamilton of Nep- Stock Market                      _    3 W. Long Branch, now closed for
generally, we could use the >y the second term of next year. Minnesota Mining and Manufac- woifld take two days to put the lished from a fire hydrant on the tune Township; Asbury Park Successful Investing _ .                                             3 alterations. Will open Saturday,
money we gain by reducing the No one had optimistic words turing Co, plant, Willow Brook water plant back in operation, property of the 3 M plant, which                                 and Allenhurst,                     Women's News                 .8-9 March 16.—Adv.
    2-Taesday, March 5, 19& RED BANK REGISTER                                         Weather
                                                                          Hew Jersey—Cloudy with pe-                                                                                                                                             uMiUalries
   Garrisontoi Cheek                                                   riod; ol Mis today tad tonight,
                                                                        with rain tapering off late tonight
                                                                       or early Wednesday. A chance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Galluccio Bros.                             MISS SARAH H. R1PLEY

   Question of Conflict                                                Of * thuidershower today in the
                                                                                           south. No im-
                                                                                          portant tem-                                                                                                                         Of BeJmar Die
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         RIVER PLAZA - - M i s s Sarah
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     H. Ripley, 98, of 33 Orchard Rd.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     died yesterday in the.Shrewsbury
    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS                 Edward Glaspey, assistant di                       perature,                                                                                                                                 BELMAR — Antonio Galluccio Manor Nursing Home, Shrews-
 County School Superintendent rector of controversies and dis                             changes, with                                                                                                                          of 1004 F St. died Saturday at bury.
  Earl B. Garrison said yesterday putes, state Department of Edu                           readings most-                                                                                                                        Fitkin Memorial Hospital, Nep- Born In Staten Island) Miss
 be will check the question of cation, told The Register las                              ly in the up-                                                                                                                          tune, of. a long illness. He was Ripley was the daughter of the
  conflict of interest involving a month that there is a question o                       per 30s in the                                                                                                                         78. His death came two days late Mr. and Mrs. William
 member of the Henry Hudson conflict, based on a 1924 rullnj                              northwest and                                                                                                                          after his brother, Paul, who died Ripley. She was. a resident here
  Regional Board of Education.                                                            low to mid 40s                                                                                                                         at home in Miami, Fla. Paul ;even years.                       .     '     .
                                    by the state education commis
                                                                                          elsewhere. Be-j                                                                                                                        was 82.                                 Miss Ripley was graduated
    The member is Mrs. Anna         sioner.
                                                                                          coming partly                                                                                                                             Born in Naples, Italy, the rom the Hartford (Conn.) Gen-
 Van Brunt, a member of the                  Ruled on Conflict                            cloudy Wednes-]                                                                                                                        brothers had owned and operated ,'rtl Hospital School of^Nursing
 board since it was organized in      He said that in the state oi
                                                                       day. Turning colder Wednesday                                                                                                                             barber shops here for many in 1903. She was a . registered
  1959.                             Hew Jersey the courts have ruled
                                                                       night.                                                                                                                                                    years. Paul also had been a nurse.
    Mrs. Van Brunt's husband, that a wife has a pecuniary in-                        Marine                                                                                                                                      restaurant owner here. Antonio Surviving are four nieces, Mrs,
 Bradley Van Brunt, is the school   terest in financial matters of he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 had lived here 54 years and Frederick F. Malle of this place;
 guidanoe director. Now on leave husband.                                 Block Island to Cape May—]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Paul, 38 years.                      Miss Edith Ripley and' Mrs. W.
 of absence due to illness, he was In the 1924 case, he reported, Variable mostly easterly winds I0                                                                                                                                  Antonio leaves two s o n s , H. Kinlock both of St. Michfel's,'
 hired last summer.                    Passaic woman school board to 15 knots today and tonight,                                                                                                                                 Achille and Orazio, both at home. Md., and Mrs. Frederick Clark
                                    member was ruled in conflict ol backing to north to northwest 10                                                                                                                                 Paul leaves three sons, August of Great Kills States,'Jsland and
    In addition to being a board interest by virtue of the fact to 20 knots by Wednesday. Cloudy
 member, Mrs. Van Brunt was that she was sitting as a board with periods of rain today and to-                       AND YET SO FAR — Fitness walk«r$ Daniel P. Malarilc, second from left, and Samuel |and Halo Galluccio, both here, ja nephew, Elmer Ripley-of Verd
 board finance chairman during
                                    member at a time when her hus- night and fog this morning. Be-                   McMillan are welcomed «t Red Bank Pott Office after terminating a Newark-to- and Amerigo Galluccio, of Beach, Fla.,                                                             ' •
 the 1962-63 school year, and was                                                                                                                                                                                                Keansburg; four daughters, Mrs.
                                    band had financial dealings with coming partly cloudy Wednesday.                 Ajbury Park hike there. They were the- only two of five postal employeei from New- Josephine Casafcuri of Long Services will be held at II a.m.
 reappointed to that post recently                                     Visibility mostly 1 to 2 miles to-                                                                                                                                                             tomorrow In the Adams Me-
                                     he board. ,                                                                     ark to mak* it that far. Leaving Newark at 5 a.m. Saturday, they arrived in Red Bank Branch, Mrs. Jessie Menegfoni
 for the 1963-64 term.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                morial Home, Red Bank. Rev.
                                      Mr. Garrison told The Register day and tonight except less than
    It was also revealed yesterday yesterday that he is familiar mile this morning, improving to                     12 hours later, having covered 44 miles. Congratulations are offered by Melvin P. and Mrs. Lucille Trebino, both lannon Charles H., Best, rector
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 here, and Mrs. Frances Martin-
 that the board itself is taking with the case and is certain tha        miles or better on Wednesday.               Stout, left, vice prtiidenr of the New Jersey Postal Union, and Albert E. Nolan, right, ez of Miami, Fla.; 13 grandchil- of the Trinity Episcopal Church,
 action in the case.                Hie conflict ruling in the case is                                               a Red Bank Post Office supervisor.                                                                          dren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Red Bank, will officiate.[ Burial
    Board President Samuel P. correct.                                               TIDES                                                                                                                                                                            will be in the Moravian] Ceme-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The funeral for Antonio will be
 Brown said he has asked the He said that in other such                            Sandy Hook                                                                                                                                                                         tery, New Dorp, Staten Island.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tomorrow at 8:30. a.m. and for
 board's attorney, Sverre Soren- cases in the past, in Monmouth Today—High 4:30 p.m. and low
 son, to "look into the matter." County, boards Involved have 10:33 p.m. Tomorrow—High 4:54
 Whether the conflict question will rectified the issue. He said he a.m. and 5:28 p.m., and low 11:22
 be placed on the board's agenda would check the Henry Hudson a.m. and 11:28 p.m.
                                                                                                                              School Contracts Let                                                                               Paul, today at 8:30 a.m., from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the Daniel A. Reilly Funeral                  MRS. EVA F. KIRBY .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Home, with Masses for Antonio LONG BRANCH - Mrs. Eva
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and Paul at 9 a.m. at the Church F. Kirby of 36 Sixth Ave., died
 will depend on Mr. Sorenson's board case since this one has For Red Bank and Rumson                                      Fund Lack Costs Board Classroom 'Bargain'                                                              of St. Rose.                         Saturday at her home.
 findings, the president said.      not been resolved.                 bridge, add two hours; . Sea                                                                                                                                                                      Born here, Mrs. Kirby was the
                                                                       Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long               EATONTOWN — The Board ol construction. The bond issue (borough's                      indebtedness      to         WILLIAM F. WOLTER             daughter of the late Charles and
 Persecution Complex?                                                  Branch, deduct 15 minutes; High-
                                                                       lands bridge, add 40 minutes.
                                                                                                                    Education has lost the opportu- will be for. $497,000. A federal $549,057.13 beyond its borrow- MONMOUTH BEACH - Wil- Mary Francis. Her husband was
                                                                                                                     iy to get two more classrooms grant of $300,000 will be used|ing margin. This figure, however,! liam Frederic Wolter, 74, of 34 he late Hubbard Kirby.
                                                                                                                       its new school "at half price' to make up the school's total will be changed each year as Valentine St., died Sunday in Surviving are a son, John Kir-
                                                                                  By The Associated Press

   Boro vs. Township                                                                       FLOODS
                                                                                                                    ecause it has saved up no cost of $797,000.                            new figures are used to calculate Monmouth Medical Center, after by of this place; a daughter Mrs.
                                                                                                                    loney in its construction' fund, This bond issue will carry the I what a borough's borrowing pow- a long illness.
                                                                                Hundreds of persons from four 'resident Samuel Garofalo told                                              er is.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Ella Krause, also here, and two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Born in Brooklyn, Mr. Wolter grandchildren.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 was the son of the late Peter Services will be held at 2 p.m.
      MATAWAN TOWNSHTP-'Thi                   'Nothing, at present," replied states — Ohio, West Virginia, In- lie body last night.
    borough has a persecution com' Mr. Marz, "we want to see what
                                                                             diana and Pennsylvania — have            'We have explored all means
                                                                                                                       getting the two extra rooms,"
                                                                                                                                                       Picks Scully                          The contract for general con- and Christian Schmidt Wolter. [Thursday at the Damiano Funer-
                                                                                                                                                                                           struction went to Hall Construc- Prior to World War I ^fe Wol- al Home with Rev. Robert Bon-
                                          their first moves will be. But been forced from their homes by
       Those were the words of May
    or John Man, Jr., last night
                                           this sort of thing has been tried floodwaters after drenching rains e said. "We are short jusl
                                          before, and we don't think they and melting snows.                       I23.5Q0."                            As Board                           tion Co., Inc., for $433,800. Park ter owned and operated ths for- ham, pastor ol the -First Presby-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Iron and Steel, Asbury Park, won mer Manahasset Hotel on the terian Church, officiating. Burial
                                                                                More rain splashed across "If we had money In the build-                                                   the structural steel contract for Shrewsbury River in North Long will be in Glenwood Cemetery,
       He was referring to neighbor-
                                          will succeed."
    ing Matawan Borough, a "part- Township Committeeman Hen-
                                                                             wide areas in the flood-stricken [>g fund it could be transferred
                                                                             areas.                                But Eatontown has always used
                                                                                                                                                        President                          $31,587. Van Cleve, Inc., Neptune, Branch. Following its sale he West Long Branch.
                                                                                                                                                                                           was awarded two contracts: spent summers here for 40 years
    ner" in the Matawan Township- ry E. Traphagen said the town-                                                   ip its potential building funds for     MARLBORO TOWNSHIP - Heating and ventilating for $84,- and In 1957 moved from Brook-                                ROBERT BONGORT
   Matawan B o r o u g h regional ship did the borough a favor in Rain also continued in many urrent expenses, to keep the an Leo J. Scully has been ap- 722. and plumbing, for $36,000.
                                          agreeing two years ago to re- other parts of the eastern half                                                                                                                           lyn to make his permanent'home LONG BRANCH — Robert Bon-
    school district.                                                                                                iual tax rates down," he ex-         pointed president of the Board Electrical work will be done bykere, after retiring.                          gort, infant son of Carl and Car-
       Matawan Borough Council re- gionalize, and added, "They of the nation, with more snow lamed.                                      -               of Education by County Super- Little Silver Electric Co. for In 1914 he established the Puri- mel Brown Bongort, of 374"Sairs
    cently decided to seek legisla- don't give us any credit for that." in northern and western sections. "We cannot legally transfer intendent of Schools Earl B. $49,936.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tan Paint and Color" Co., Inc., Ave., died Monday in Monmouth
    tion changing (he method of cost He said it "cost the township Ohio reported the state's worst unds from surplus for construe- Garrison. Harry V. Holmes                                  The balance of the cost of the Brooklyn, and reportedly devel- ! Medical Center.
    apportionment in regional schoo' $80,000 in extra school costs the flood conditions in four years ion use. The only way now to was named vice president.                               school will be in furniture, equip- Lped new formulas for special Surviving besides the parents,
   districts, claiming that per-pupil first year the district went re- Hundreds of persons were evac jet the two additional rooms a:                       At the organization meeting menr legal f*w»c architect's taae protective coatings.
                                                                                                                                                                                           meat, lpcaft fees, nrrhit*w*t'« fees,      .__.,__.     »*
   cost assessments are inequitabli gional."                                 uated from their homes, and his advantageous rate, would be of the board last month, Mr. etc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      are a sister, Wilhelmina Ann Bon-
    since the township is growing            It was then Chat the mayor re-                                                                                                                                                          Mr. Wolter was confirmed in gort, at home; the paternal
                                                                             scores of families were ma-               have another referendum. This Holmes and Mr. Scully, incum-                                                the Holy Trinity           Lutheran grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The-
    faster than the borough.              marked: "The borough has a per-
                                                                             rooned. With more rain predict- muld mean a great delay, one bent president and vice presi-
      Under the present state IaV,
   pupil enrollment figures for tlv
                                          secution complex."
                                                  Harbor Commission
                                                                             ed, the Weather Bureau in Cin- hat we cannot stand," Mr. Garo- dent, respectively,
                                                                             cinnati said the Ohio River ap- ilo stated.
                                                                                                                                                         four votes eacli for the presi-
                                                                                                                                                                                           May Finish                             Church, Brooklyn, and was a odore Bortgort of Leonardo; and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  member of the Bayridge Presby- the maternal grandmother, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  terian Church there for 40 years. Bessie Brown of Port Monmouth.
. proceeding year are used in pre- In other business last night, peared likely to be bank-full
   paring school budgets. Costs are the committee introduced two along its 981-mile route.
   divided on a per-pupil basis.         ordinances, one creating a har-
                                                                                                                                 Settle for 18
                                                                                                                     The board will go ahead with
                                                                                                                                                         dency. The ninth member of-
                                                                                                                                                         the board, Michael Ryniewicz      Lily-Tulip                                Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Services will be held Friday at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Cyril Kennin Wildman of Deal; 10:30 a.m. at the Hoffman Fu-
                                         bor commission, the other es-          More than 100 families in resi- lans for an 18-classroom school was in Hawaii on a business                                                       a sister, Mrs. Morgan Woolley of eral Home here.
              What Action?
      Last night, former Township
                                         tablishing rules and regulation dential sections of Wheeling, W. without the two additional rooms
                                         for the operation of boats. Pub-j Va., a city of about 67,000, were          had hoped to get.
                                                                                                                                                            In his letter to the board,    Suit Today                             this place, and three nieces.          Burial will be in Mount Car-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Services will be tomorrow at mel Cemetery.
   Committeeman Myndert Bonhe-                                                                                                                           Mr. Garrison said he had been        FREEHOLD — Superior Court 2 p.m. in the John W. Flock Fu-
                                         He hearing oh both was set for evacuated and 500 persons were                'Now that we have learned this
   ma asked what the committee is
   doing about the borough's effort
                                        [March 18.                            •eported forced to leave their lesson," the board president said, in touch with Mr. Ryniewicz Judge J. Edward Knight may neral Home, Long Branch. Rev. MRS. SARAH C. THOMPSON
   toward new legislation.                   The first ordinance provides!   homes from Vienna, south of his board and ail future boards since his return and tha board conclude today trial of t i e at- George Murphy, pastor of the PERTH AMBOY — Mrs. Sarah
                                         for a commission made            of[Wheeling. Flooding also was re- hould have the prudence to keep member indicated had he been tack by Lily-Tulip Cup Corp. on Asbury Methodist Church, will of- C. Thompson, 74, of 154 Broad
                                                                                                                                                         at the organization meeting he a Holmdel Township zoning
                                        seven members. The second es ported in Wellsburg, McKinley- 25,000 to $40,000 of the state                                                                                                ficiate. Burial will be in Fair St., a former resident of Mata-
 Bowen                                  tablishes rules governing thel rille and Moundsville while the unds that may be used for build-
                                        speed, dockage and horsepower mall town of Louise was report- ig. in a building fund."
                                                                                                                                                         would have cast his vote for change.
                                                                                                                                                         Mr. Scully.                          The trial, being conducted, by
                                                                                                                                                           At the organization meeting, the judge without a jury, re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 View Cemetery, Middletown.           wan, died Sunday in Perth Am-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      boy General Hospital.
               (Continued)              of boats used on bayfront wa- ed isolated by the floodwaters.                  We didn't do it this time and                                                                                  MRS. ORVILLE L. EVANS              Born in Holmdel, she was the
                                         ter which borders the township. High water forced the closing of 'e have t o ' suffer the con- those balloting for Mr, Scully sumes this morning. In yester- FALLBRCOK, Calif. - Mrs.
   asked for the public hearing-                                                                                                                         were Mrs. Kate Jackson, Al- day's session, the third since the                                               daughter of the late William and
                                             Following a public hearing, the      Wheeling machine products equences," he added.
   council accused him o! being oul                                                                                                                      fred LaMura, Joseph L. Vota> action opened in court Feb. 9, Margaret Thompson Evans of mil Cathryn Eastmond. She had lived
    of harmony with the full council; committee adopted an ordinance plant employing about 600 men. The school board last nighi and Mr. Scully. Voting for Mr. the company concluded its case place, a former faculty member here 40 years.
                                          prohibiting construction of as streams in many other areas in lassed a resolution to issue bonds Holmes were Daniel Stattel,
    and of creating bad city publicity.                                                                                                                                                    and the township undertook its of Red Bank High School, died Mrs. Thompson was the widow
      He has a chance, theoretically, phalt manufacturing or coal tar, West Virginia were overflowing.                   the new school on Wyckoff Lester Bond, Gerald A. Bau-
                                                                                                                                                                                           defense.                               here Saturday. She was the wife of Arthur Thompson. She was a
                                         manufacturing plants in the An emergency was declared in Id., and awarded bids for its man, Jr., and Mr. Holmes.
    of retaining his job, however,
                                         municipality.                        Newark, a central Ohio town of                                                                                  Lily-Tulip recently completed of Orville Lee Evans.                      member of the First Presbyterian
   Council must vote again after the                                                                                                                                                       construction of a $15 million plant Mrs. Evans had been a mem- Church here.
                                             Mayor John Marz, Jr., said, 19,000, as the Licking River and
   public hearing to dismiss the                                                                                                                                                           on a 140-acre site on Rt. 35. ber of the English department at Surviving are- a grandson, Al-
   manager or he returns to his fhowever, the ordinance will have rioutaries neared flood stage.
   post. A simple majority of five no bearing on the question of Fifty families were marooned and
                                                                                                                                                       Cut $7,420                          Soon after the company started Red Bank High School from 1925 len W. Lockwood of this place;
                                                                                                                                                                                           construction, in November, 1961, until her retirement in 1957. She and a great-grandson.
   will suffice. The sue who agreed |whether A. Campo Construction boats were sent to the town by
   to suspend him are reported Co., Middletown, can build such special train.
   loiidly agreed to confirm the a plant here.                                  Some 1,500 persons were iso-
                                                                                                                                                      From Budget                          the township downgraded an ad was a graduate of Boston Uni- The funeral will be tomorrow
                                                                                                                                                                                           jacent area to permit industrial versity, which awarded her a de- at 1:30 p.m. in the Bedle Funeral
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  gree of master of arts. •            Home, Matawan, with Rev. Ar-
                                                                                                                               RV1ERVIEW                                                   construction on smaller lots.
   ouster.                                   The Campo firm already has lated in the valley of Morrow, in                                                   UNION BEACH - After a
                                                                                                                                Red Bank                                                      Instead of the 10-acre minimum Surviving in addition to her thur C. Matott, pastor of the First
      Councilman Walton Fisher re- obtained a building permit, but southern Ohio. Emerg:ncy shel- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond More four-hour                                 Borough Council-                                            husband are her mother, Mrs. Presbyterian Church, Perth Am-
   portedly dramatized the 6-3 spill the question of plant construction ters were set up in Springfield                                                  Board of Education session last requirement which existed in                                                  boy, officiating. Burial will be In
                                                                                                                  ton, Lloyd Rd., Morgahville, night, the governing body cut the entire area when Lily-Tulip Fred Thompson, and a brother,
   in the Council last night. He has been delayed pending Su- as the Mad River reached three                                                                                                                                      Allen Thompson, both of Rox- Holmdel Cemetery.
   lamented that some public com- Jperior Court litigation.
                                                                                                                  daughter, yesterday.                   $7,420 from the 19S344 school moved in, the new specifications
                                                                              'eet below flood stage. Some rail-
                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gilman budget, defeated twice at the were dropped to seven, five, four bury, Mass.
   ments have held "we are the six It was announced that the Pub- oad tracks in Springfield were                                                                                           and three-acre categories.                The funeral will be held here            MRS. HENRY WOOD
   bad guys and you (McClintock ic Utilities Commission will con- inundated.                                      29 Tamarack Dr., Ehglishtown, polls.
                                                                                                                  daughter, yesterday.                                                                  'Piecemeal'               tomorrow.                               OAKHURST — Mrs. Frances
   Untermeyer, Wilson) are the           duct a public hearing March 13                                                                                     The reductions were as fol-
                                                                                Rainfall in Ohio during a 24         Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeVirgi- lows:                                       Stephen Sussna presented as                                              A. Wood, 74, of 22854 Elberon
   three good guys."                       n Newark on Strathmore Water                                                                                            $500, school board
                                                                             hour period ranged from more Ho, 1702 Union Ave., Hazlet                                                                                                    ALLAIRE SERVICES
      Mr. Frankel has. said he plans Company's petition to extend its han y/i inches in Bourneville to                                                   secretary salary; $1,000, office an expert authority on zoning,                                               Blvd., died Sunday in Largo,
                                                                                                                                                         clerks, salaries, and $6,000 in told the court yesterday, on be-            RED BANK — Services for Fla., where she was spending the
   to attempt to question each of water franchise west of Rt. 34 more than 1 inch in Akron.                       daughter, yesterday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Charles Allaire, Sr., a retired Red winter.
   the six-member majority on                     Leave ol Absence                                                   Mr. and Mrs. John Savage, 235 anticipated state aid removed half of lily-Tulip, that the down-
                                                                                The rains and melting snow                                                                                 grading was piecemeal zoning. Bank produce dealer, formerly of She was born here and was a
   merits of the reasons listed in The committee approved i swelled the Ohio and Mononga- Rt. 35, Middletown, son, yester- from the capital outlay account iThe township's intent had been Wharf Ave., will be tomorrow at
                                          leave of absence, with pay, for                                        I day.                                  and transferred to debt serv-                                                                                 lifelong resident of this area.
   the Bowen suspension. But the six                                         hela Rivers in Pittsburgh and
   have agreed they will vote this Ernest E. Hodgson, road super- caused flooding of creeks in                           MONMOUTH MEDICAL                ice. A sum of $80 was added to create an industrial park site 2 p.m. in the Worden Funeral Surviving are her husband,
                                                                                                                                                         for election expenses.            but Mr. Sussna .said such a like- Home with Rev. Frederick Me- Henry Wood; two sons, H. Her-
   down.                                   ntendent, retroactive to Feb. 11                                                     CENTER
                                                                             some areas.                                                                                                   lihood in that area was improb- Quade of Christ Episcopal bert Wood of this place, and Rich-
                                         and running to April 8.                                                              Long Branch                   The budget had totaled $645,-
      This phase of the group's de                                              The ration's wet belt covered                                                                              able.                                  Church, Middletown, officiating. ard R. Wood of Neptune; two
                                             John ArmUage        has been                                            Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sherank,        535. The new total is $643,955.
  termined policy was not part of
   the statement Issued by Acting I      elected chairman ol the Indus areas from the Central Plains 6 Clarissa Dr.,'New Monmouth, The subtraction does not in-                              Township Attorney Lawrence Burial will be in Fair View Cem- daughters, Mrs. Margaret W.
                                                                             eastward through the middle Mis-                                            clude the state aid transfer.     A. Carton called Donald J. Irv- etery, Middletown.                          Thome of West Long Branch and
   City Manager John 0 . Jones trial Commission, with Edward issippi Valley, the Ohio Valley, son, yesterday.
   after the caucus. Bu it was made      Seville, vice chairman, it was                                              Mr. and Mrs. William Parker,           The reduction changes the ing, of Peoria, III., who had aided                                              Mrs. Doris W. Bennett of Long
                                                                             the lower Great Lakes and north-                                                                              the township in planning the proj-
  known to all officials inside the reported.
                                        starting next month, the govern-     Rainfall was reported in south-
                                                                                                                 47 Highland Blvd., Keansburg amount to be raised by taxa- ect. He testified that the zoning
                                            Mayor Marz announced that eastward into southern Maine. son, yesterday.                                      tion from $407,716 to $400,296,
                                                                                                                                                         an increase of $48,115 over the   change was needed, in part, to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Two Guys                              Branch; a sister, Mrs. Emily H.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Miller of Long Branch, 11 grand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       children and five great-grandchil-.
                 5-2 Vote                                                      rn areas of the big wet belt, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Brenner, current year.                                   permit extension of utilities, such                 (Continued)
      Mr. Jones did disclose Council ing body will hold . its regular with light snow in northern and 8 Queen Anne Dr., Deal, son                                                          as water and sewerage disposal, decide if the proposal conforms Services will be Thursday at 2
  had voted, 5 to 2—two were ab- meetings in the new regional high western sections. Colder weather yesterday.                                              Council added $80 to board
                                                                                                                                                                                           requited to serve the Lily-Tulip to the township's zoning ordi-
                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Denphy, election expenses to provide an plant.                                                                               p.m. at the Hoffman Funeral
  sent, Councilmen Untermeyer school.                                        followed the heavy snow in west-                                                                                                                      nance.
  end Edgar N. Dinkelspiel—not to In a unanimously-adopted res- ern areas, with below zero temp- 511 West St., Long Branch, son, additional polling place next                                                                                                         Home, Long Branch, with Rev.
                                                                                                                                                                                              He said reduction of lot sizes Among requirements set by the John D. Blair, .pastor of the Oak-
  allow persons in the audience of olution, the committee com ratures in south central Wyom- yesterday.                                                  year.
                                                                                                                                                                                           was intended to create a bal- board are a $3,000 contribution hurst Methodist Church, officiat-
  the 1,000-seat auditorium to ad- mended Township Clerk Mrs. ng.                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Bossone, • The governing body left in ance to accommodate smaller toward drainage work, levied
  dress council at the hearing.         Rose K. Wemel lor meritorious                                             388 Willow Ave,, Long Branch the budget a provision for a plants than Lily-Tulip which specifically to help cover cost ol ing. Burial will be in Glenwood
                                        service during her 25-year tenure.      Some early morning tempera-                                              new school post, elementary                                                                                   Cemetery.
      City Attorney Louis Aikens had                                                                              daughter, yesterday.                                                     might be attracted to the area. enlarging a culvert at the site;
                                                                              ures and conditions: Naw York                                              supervisor.
  ruled that this decision was sub- Lemuel G. Taylor and O'Neil 13 light rain, Chicago 34 light Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoef-                                                                He said the reduction was no and use of brick and stone fac-
                                        Richardson were appointed as                                                                                        Mayor William F. Rodgers
  ject to council's discretion.                                                                                   fling, 130 Monmouth Ave., Port                                          Iblock to larger plants which ing On the front and two sides                       GEORGE D. HOLL1DAY
                                        special policemen. Mr. Taylor ain, Boston 33 snow, Washing- Monmouth, sort, yesterday.                           said that because of small vot-                                          of the building.                        ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS              -
      He said the hearing called for                                                                                                                                                        might want to come in.
                                         formerly served as police radio on 44 cloudy, Philadelphia 40 Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Bian- er turnout in both school elec-
  in this issue is "legislative in
                                        dispatcher.                            aln-fog, Atlanta 62 partly cloudy ohi, 184 North Fifth Ave., Long tions last month, the council                Mr. Irving said the Holmdel The board also asked for an George D. Holliday, 64, of 90
  character" and not similar to                                                                                                                                                                                                    additional 20 feet of right of way East Garfield Ave., died suddenly
                                                                             Miami 73 clear,       Louisville 53 Branch, son, Sunday.                    felt severe budget cuts were Industrial Park site was com- on Rt. 35 to conform with
  those on ordinances or resolu- Mr. Marz announced that a                                                                                                                                  parable in many ways to the in-                                            yesterday at work with trie Con
                                        road survey will be undertaken ain, Detroit 34 cloudy, St. Louis Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Hanson not - warranted.                                                                                                                    Edison Co., New York City.
  tions where opportunity for com-                                                                                                                                                         dustrial park in Fair Lawn, master plan, and specified
                                         in the near future in order to 17' rain, Minneapolis 25 clear, I Borden PI., Long Branch, son,                     He said members of the gov-
 ment from tho public is specifi-                                                                                                                                                          Bergen County, which has been quirements for an entrance and Born in Delaware City, Del., he
                                          Jan for a 1963 road and drain- ansas City 37 rain, Denver 7 Friday.                                            erning body and school board
 cally required.-
                                                                              loudy, Dallas 43 cloudy, Phoe                                                                                cited as an immensely satisfac- exit on Rt. 35 as well as 10 b> had lived here 10 years. He for-
     Councilman Fisher proposed
                                        age program.                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt, 1218 hope more residents will take tory project.                                    20-foot' individual parking space; merly resided in New York City.
 that" a public stenographer be en-         The committee referred to the ix 44 clear, Seattle 41 cloudy, Bangs Ave., Asbury Park, daugh- an interest in the budget elec-                                                          with separation barriers between       Mr. Holliday was a member ol
                                        Zoning Board of Adjustment a ian Francisco 49 clear, Los An- ter, Friday.                                        tion in 1964.                              Attract Ratables
 gaged to record the full hearing.
                                        petition protesting a bpard- jeles 53 clear, Anchorage 36 rain, Mr. and Mrs. William TJiorne,                      Council's. "cuts" were in the     Township           Comimtteeman Detailed plans for illumination, St. Agnes Catholic Church here,
 But this was voted down, 6 to 1.                                                                                                                                                          James H. Ackerson, mayor when           free-standing signs and landscap- Surviving are his. wife, Mrs,
                                        granted variance which would1 Honolulu 71 partly cloudy.                 372 Monmouth Rd., West Long! form of recommendations. The the zoning change was voted, ing were also asked.                                            Evelyn Blaylock Holliday; a
                                        permit construction of a Hess Oil                                         Branch, son, Friday.                   board can spend its total budg-
                                                                                                                                                                                           testified the change was intended The board is expected to study daughter, Mrs. Timothy J. Keen
Demos Pick                              Co. service station on Rt. 35 at
                                        County Rd. The petition was
                                                                           Eatontown                                             FITKIN
                                                                                                                                                         et as it sees fit.
                                                                                                                                                                                           to attract desirable tax ratables. new plans and maps received of Falls Church, Va.; a brother,
                                                                                                                                                                                              As the court day ended, he was last night from the firm in tlv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Frank Holliday of Delaware City,

                                        ^resented by Joseph Mancini,
                                        owner of Hub Cap Joe's service                   (Continued)                 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans,        Merger Okayed                       asked by Lily-Tulip counsel Sid- interval before Thursday's meet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Del.; a..J two sisters, Mrs. Wil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       liam Denning of DeBary, Fla.,
                                        station, Rt. 35, Cliffwood.                                               17 Marcy St., Freehold, daugh- TRENTON (AP)-State Bank- ney J. Hertz to read into the ing. The open session will taki
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ai.d Mrs. Ellen Finnigan of Phil;
                                                                                He also reported that a revi- ter,' yesterday.                                                             record a lengthy letter from place at 8 p.m. in the township
In Holmdel                                                                    ion of the rules and regulations Mr. and Mrs. John Tedesco, ing Commissioner Charles R. Community Planners, a former administration building.
                                             TSew Street Sweeper or community use of school RD ] , Englishtown, daughter, Howell gave final approval yes- planning consultant for 'he town-
                                                                                                                                                        terday to the merger of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Condon Funeral Home,
     HOLMDEL—Incumbent Town- LITTLE SILVER - Borough mildings is being completed. The yesterday.                                                                                           ship, outlining broad recorii-                RECEIVES DIVORCE              here, is in charge of arrange-
                                                                                                                                                        Central Jersey Bank and Trust
 ship Committeeman James H. Council last night voted ac- lew rules will make certain that                                 PATTERSON ARMY                                                   mendations for zoning modifica- FREEHOLD — Mrs. Ann Bar- ments.                                                  •
                                                                                                                                                        Co., Freehold, and the Farmers
Ackerson will head the Demo- :eptance of a new $13,200 street p l use of schools is not                                      Fort Monmouth                                                 tions.                                 bara Brewer, 40 Coraweil St.
                                                                                                                                                        National Bank of Allentown.                                                                                        MRS. NORMAN CARHART
 cratic slate for the party's three iweeper.                                 :urtaile<i by other uses, he said. Sp4 and Mrs. Carl F. Taylor,                                                  Further questioning on the Keyport, has received a judg-
 primary nominations for posts on Councilman Charles Bruno, They may also mean that some For,f Hancock, daughter, Friday. The merger went into effect iTownshlp Committee's response ment of divorce granted by Su- ROCKLEDGE, Fla. - Mrs, •
                                                                                                                                                       yesterday. The Farmers National
 the governing body.                      hairman of the roads commit- groups which now do not pay for Sgt. first class and Mrs, Fran                                                                                             perior,Court Judge Leon Leonard Ottilie E. Horter Carhart, 74, of
                                                                                                                                                        Bank becomes the eighth branch to the recommendations will
     Running with Mr. Ackerson arc ee, said delivery ol the machine use oj the school will in future be cis M. Grady, Fort Hancock,                                                                                               from her husband, Jodie Ernesi this place, died in Wuesthoff Hos-
                                                                                                                                                       of the Central Jersey Bank and highlight the opening of today'sj
 Archie R. Price, a candidate for is expected this month.                    required to pay.                    daughter, Friday.                                                         session.                               Brewer, 346 Chelsea Ave., Long pital, here, Fridav. She was the
                                                                                                                                                       Trust.                                                                                                         'wife of Norman Carhart.
the committee twice before, and                                                At the same meeting, the Private first class and Mrs.                                                         The committeeman indicated Branch,
Mrs. Ethel Smale.                              HEADS FUND DRIVE              board voted to employ Mrs. Laurin W. Slaybaugh, 26 North                         DECLARE DIVIDEND            yesterday thaHHtle attention was Tha judgment filed here yes- Mrs. Carhart was born in New- *
     James Hartnett and Mrs. Di- MIDDLETOWN - Thomas J. ladys Mills as switchboard oper- Broadway, Long Branch, daugh-| MATAWAN TOWNSHIP-At                                               accorded. "They were out. ofj terday cites grounds of extrenv ark, N. J., and .had been a sum-
ane Mumford will run for the Ames, 158 Statesir PI., has been itor-clork typist at Memorial ter, Saturday.                                             recent meeting of the board of there pretty fast," he said.               cruelty. It awards custody of the mer resident of Highlands, N. J.<
county committee posts in the amed county chairman for the Ichool at an annual salary of Airman first class and Mrs. directors of Hanson-Van Winkle- Raritan Township Mayor Phil- couple's child, Shirl, to Mrs, for 50 years. She had lived In
first district; John Griffo and annual Alumni Fund Drive of St. 12,500.                                          Raymond G. Carnahan, 245 New Mjnnlng Co., a quarterly divi- ip J. Blaoda is sitting in at the Brewer, and requires the fathe: Florida for the past 33 years.
Mrs. Angela M. Anderson, second Peter's College, Jersey, City.                 George Barnes, Phalba Jeanes, Ocean Ave., Long Branch, son, dend of 10 cents per share on the hearing as special counsel, on to pay $15 per week support. The Surviving, in addition to her
district, and Mr. and Mrs. Fran- Mr. Ames was graduated from ranees Kaye, Philip May, Sunday.                                                          common stock was declared pay- a no-fee basis, on behalf of the couple married May 8, 1961.                     husband, are a daughter, Mrs.
cis Brereton, third district.             it. Peter's in 1959 and is one of lames Norwood, and Beatrice Navy PO/3 and Mrs. James T.i able March 29, 1963, to stock- township. The—industrial park] Ira J. Katchen, of Long Branch, Ruth S. Kadenbach of 114 Ocean
    Filing date for primary candi- 866 area chairmen Involved in I rr were added to the list of ap- Finlcy, Sandy Hook, Fort Han- holders of record at the close 6t| covers 225 acres in Holmdel and filed the divorce action for Mrs. Ave., Sea Bright, and two grand-
dates is Thursday.                       he campaign.                        iroved substitutes.                                                       business March 15, 1963.      ,    75 acres in adjoining Raritan. Brewer and it was not contested. children.
                                                                                                                                                                                              . RED BANK REGISTER                                                    Tuewfcy, Mitch 5, 1965-3

   Successful Investing                                                                                                                                                                    Group Seeks Answers
          Don't Biiy More Stocks
          Than You Can Follow
            By ROGER E. SPEAR
   Q.—"We must provide (or our attve interest in the rails, your
                                                                                                                                                                                           On Rt. 36 Plan Effects
                                                                                                                                                                                                    HIGHLANDS - The recently Lynoh, Sr., Clifford Schanck, changes would have on the bor-
retirement tome years ahead and bonds have run up to around $240                                                                                                                                 r
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ormed Citizens Committee last local businessman, and James xigh's drainage problems.
have $3,000 a year to invest. We per $1,000, close to the year's                                                                                                                                night appointed a subcommittee Fernandez, president of the local 3 — Whether the state
own Detroit Edison, General high. I believe I would hold                                                                                                                                                                            Chamber of Commerce, will con- widen the Highlands bridge.
                                                                                                                                                                                                to meet state Highway Depart-
Telephone, Outboard Marine, Pa- them, however—if you can do                                                                                                                                                                         fer with state officials in an at-                 Jughandies
                    cific Gas & without the Income—because of                                                                                                                                   ment officials on the proposed tempt to get answers to the fol-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             According to State Highway
                    Electric, Per- the possibility that the Erie-Lack-                                                                                                                          widening of Rt. 36 from Atlantic lowing questions:                        spokesmen, jughandies and turn-
                    kin-Elmer, and awanna will be included in the                                                                                                                               Highlands to Sea Bright.                        Ask Answers               around facilities are planned for ,.,
                    P r o c t o r & prospective Norfolk & Western-                                                                                                                                 The group hopes that the 1 — What parcels of land in rand Ave., Atlantic Highlands;
                    Gamble. Are Nickel Plate merger.                                                                                                                                            meeting will take place prior to the borough are to be affected it an intermediate point between
                    these all right                                                                                                                                                             a department public hearing by the widening project and the Valley Dr. and Navesink Ave.,
                    for our pur-                                                                                                                                                                scheduled to be held here March proposed installation of jug- Middletown Township; at Water
                    p o s e ? How
                    much       shouldMarket Has                                                                                                                                                 26.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Acting      chairman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    handles.                              Witch Ave. and Miller St., High-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Timothy 2 — The effect the proposed lands, and Ocean Ave., Sea
                    average stock-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bright.
                    holders l i k e
                                     Big Gain;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            About 40 people attended last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           night's meeting, some of them
Roger E. Spear versify?" B.R.
   A.—I'm going to answer your
last question first, because it is
                                     Cite Decision                                                                                                                                                                                                                        residents of Atlantic Highlands.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Most of them voiced opposition
                                          NEW YORK (AP)—The stock                                                                                                                                                                                                         to the state's proposal.
a very Important question and a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $180,000 In Ratables
                                        market made its second biggest
very intelligent one. It is very                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             In answer to questions from
                                        gain of the year today as rails
easy for investors to overdiver-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the audience, Mayor Cornelius
                                        responded to a Supreme Court
»ify.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Guiney, Jr., estimated that
                                        decision upholding the right of     -'•<

   I should say that the number of the carriers to halt "featherbed- SIGN HERE — Shrewsbury Councilwoman Anne H. Jackson, who plans to retire from'                                                                                                                       the borough stands to lose ap-
Issues held should be limited ding" rules.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 iroximately $180,000 in ratables
strictly to what an investor can The rise, however, was ac- her post, signs the petition of GOP council candidate Gerard J. Yiracola, second from                                                                                                                         as a result of the proposed wid-
follow diligently. There is no rule complished on the second small- right. The andorsemant completes the Republican' slate which includes Councilman                                                                                                                      ening and jughandies.
of thumb, but I believe that the est volume of the year. Brokers                                                                                                                                                                                                             The existing dualized concrete
 average person can follow no said this reflected the fact that Francis J. Bolduc, loft, and Councilman Kenneth A. O'Brien, right.                                                                                                                                        roadway would be widened and
more than 15 stocks closely, and traders were cautious — not                                                                                                                                                                                                               resurfaced to provide two 12-
that for the small investor, 10 quite trusting the rally r- be-
 are probably the limit.

 satisfactory for your purpose with
                                        cause of the sharp corrective
    As to your list, I believe it is slump of the market last week.
                                                                                    Shrewsbury GOP Slate                                                                                                                                                                   foot traffic lanes, east and west-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           bound, with 10-foot shoulders of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           bituminous concrete, and separ-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ated by a 32-inch concrete bar-
 the exception of Outboard Ma-
                                          Volume was 3.65 million shares
                                        compared with 3.95 million Fri-
                                                                                   Viracola, Newcomer, to Seek One-Year Term                                                                                                                                               rier.
 rine, where growth has slowed                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mr. Guiney noted that in or-
                                        day and was the smallest since
 down. I would switch this stock                                                 SHREWSBURY — Republicans, dependents Charles F. Crone, was appointed to the governing                                                                                                     der to obtain federal funds for
                                        Jan. 2, the first trading day of
 Into Avco.                                                                   meeting last night in the home Paul F. Schissler and John P, body in 1961, at which time he                                                                                                  the project, the state must ac-
                                        1963, when 2.54 million shares                                                                                        resigned as secretary to th
    Q.—"K few years ago T bought                                             of Kenneth A. O'Brien, developed Steel.                  '                                                                                                                                    quir?.,100 feet of right of way
 for high income (12,000 Erie R.R.      changed hands.                                                                                                        Board of Health.                                                                                             alon^the highway. He pointed
                                                                              their plans for a campaign to                          Busy"Season
 convertible 4% per cent bonds for The Dow Jones Industrial aver- maintain their three-seat Borough For Mr. Viracola, the spring He is executive vice president                                                                                                            out that the state needs to ac-
 $547 eachr They now trade for age rose 7.32 to 667.04. Last week Council minority^                                        will be a busy time. It will see of the Red Bank Community                                                                                      quire 20 additional feet from Val-
 around $150 per bond. Last in- the Dow industrials took a net Retiring Counltilwoman Anne his introduction to politics, mar- Chamber of Commerce and last                                                                                                                 ley St. to tiie Highlands bridge.
 terest was paid in April, 1959 loss of 21.92, the largest weekly H. Jackson,- prudent and veter- riage and a new job.                                       year was elected president of the                                                                                          Stop Funds
 Should I hold or sell?" H.W.           loss'since June 1962.                                                                                                New Jersey Association of Cham-
                                                                              an member o * the governing A New York attorney, he has                                                                                                                                         The mayor reported that high-
    A.—As you have painfully dis- The market was mixed, with body, threw her support to the been with Wall St. firms since ber of Commerce Executives.                                              ROAD SHOW VISITORS — Hanry J . Zsubak of Red way spokesmen have Indicated
 covered, it is usually a mistake some issues showing indivldua newcomer on the GOP slate, 1956. At present he is employed A native of Woonsocket, R.I.                                                                                                                    funds for the project would prob-
 to buy high-yield second-grade         strength, when news of the                                                         by the American Stock Exchange where he served as municipal Bank, left, and his father, Harry J. Zoubek of Asbury ably ba appropriated sometime
 rail bonds in order to secure big      Supreme Court decision arrived Gerard J. Viracola.                      i
                                                                                                                           doing investigation work. 'Mon- personnel director from 1953 to Park, both of Zoubek Associates, Inc., Little Silver, at- in July. He and Councilman
 Income. It so happens that the This immediately triggered a Mr. Viracola will run for the day, Mr. Viracola will become 1S55, he graduated in 1959 from tended the Construction Equipment Exposition and Road John A. Bahrs suggesSed that the
 Interest on your bonds is payable      strong advance by rails. Other one-year             unexpdred term of part of a three-man management the University of Rhode Island.                                                                                               Citizens Committee'and residents
 only if earned and if the directors groups followed along — steels, C o u n c i l m a n O'Brien. Mr. team witJi Blair and. Company, Mr. Bolduc served as a pharma- Show in Chicago last week.                                                                             of this borough and Atlantic
 vote It.                               motors, chemicals, aerospace O'Brien and Councilman Francis Inc.', in New York.                                      cist's mate during World War I                                                                                Highlands get in touch with their
                                                                             J. Bolduc will seek re-election Mr. Viracola lives with his and was recalled to .duty during
    You have probably learned that issues, tobaccos, rubbers, and                                                                                                                                                                                                          congressmen and request that
 because of the recent wide specu utilities.
                                                                             to full terms.                                parents at 49 Samara Dr., in. a the Korean War.
                                           The ability of the market to The GOP slate will run unop- house whioh he and his father
                                                                                                                                                                                        s. Red Batik                             Demos                                     federal funds for tSie proposal be
                                        recovered in one session a third posed in the primary election built with their own hands. With-                                                                      (Continued)                         (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. Guiney told the group that
Ocean Okays                             of last week's losses in the Dow and, in November, will face In- in a few months, Mr. Viracola
                                        industrials' was heartening to
                                                                                                                           will marry Miss Mary Pallone of
                                                                                                                                                                                                 The reserve for uncollected taxes union, who had backing for As at a preliminary conference with
                                                                                                                                                                                                  is $216,001.55.                    sembly, were sidetracked.             Borough Council, highway offi-
                                        Wall Street.                         along with many other issues, Long Branch.                                                 (Continued)                                                            Blanda Shuffled             cials stated that they have no
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Miscellaneous income is antic-
Two Motel                                  The Associated Press average closed below, their best prices of The Viracolas have been resi- structure is protected by wooden ipated to be $210,271.64. A total Another Bayshore personality intention of doing anything about
                                        of 60 stocks made a substantial the day. U.S. Steel gained '/8, dents here since the completion bulkheading.                                             of $105,000 is budgeted for re- who got lost in the shuffle was the borough's drainage problems
                                        gain of 3.1 at 254.2 with industri- Jones & Laughlin %, and Bethle- of the tome in 1961. They moved Similar examples of a quick re- ceipts from delinquent taxes.                            Raritan Mayor Philip J. Blanda, because "the state doesn't con-
Variances                               als up 3.5, rails up 4.0, and hem %.
                                        utilities up .8.
                                                                                                                           from Long Branch.                 covery can be seen in Keansburg,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Salaries and wages appropri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     who, had support for a freeholder sider itself responsible for the
    OCEAN TOWNSHIP - On the                                                      IBM rose 6%, Xerox 2%, U.S. Mr. Viracola was educated in nearly half submerged for halt ations are up $30,649 to $573,545. nomination. The mayor had been problem."
                                           It was the biggest gain since Smelting 2%, Merck V/,, West- Long Branch schools, attended a week during the storm, in Mid-                                                                hesitant prior to last night's meet- The mayor and Mr. Bahrs said
 recommendation of the Zoning
                                        Jan. 3 when the average rose inghouse Electric I1/,, Radio Monmouth College, graduated dletown's bayshore, which was A total of $241,000 is appropriated ing though was indicated at the the Rt. 36 widening project would
 Board of Adjustment, the Town-                                                                                                                                                                  for police department salaries session to have become willing,
 ship Committee last night ap-
                                        3.9.                                 Corp. 1%, CBS %, Union Car- from New York University as also Inundated, at Highlands, At- and wages, an increase of $£200.                                                                    "definitely" add to the borough's
                                                                                                                                                             lantic Highlands and the towns                                          Meanwhile, Mayor Guiney had be- drainage woes.
 proved two variance requests An estimated $4.4 billion was bide V/t and Eastman Kodak 1%. an ^accountant in 1950, and took to the south.                                                           Council also adopted a water come interested and won the or- For the past several. years,
 whloh will permit construction o added to the quoted value of Coca Cola raised the quarterly his law degree at Brooklyn Law
 additional motel units here.           stocks listed on the New York dividend to 67% cents from 60 School in 1954. During the lat- Should another Hurricane Don- utility budget of $271,000, up ganization nod.                                                           this community has been fight-
                                        Stock Exchange, based on the cents and the stock gained 1% ter part of his education, he na or March 6 northeaster strike from $238,000.                                                       Mr. Meehan and Mr. Cunning- ing for federal, state, or county
    Robert and Fay Nolan of 20 rise in the AP average.                                                                     worked as a certified public ac- before the storm's second anni- In response to a question from ham, Avon borpugh attorney ant! aid to help solve the problem of
 Arno St., OakhurBt, were given a Aside from the rail news, the Seagrave declared its first cash countant in New York.
                                                                                                                                                             versary, the people of this and Councilman Daniel J. O'Hem, associate In law practice of Coun rain water coursing from Rt. 36
 variance to extend and convert market was helped by reports of dividend since December 1959
                                                                                                                                     War Veteran .,,         neighboring towns will react in Borough Auditor Herbert A. Ca- ty Prosecutor Vincent P. Ken- and Monmouth Hills, Middletown,
 Nolan's Bon Fire Restaurant on rising demand for steel and an- and the stock was up %.
 Rt 35 into a restaurant and eight other gain in weekly steel pro- American                       Stock      Exchange He is a veteran of World War the tradition of the Jersey coast rusoe said that the water depart- per, had been agreed upon for to the lowland district.
 motel units.                     *** duction.                                prices were mostly higher on II, having served for two years dweller. When the high water re- ment received a $105,000 surplus places on the ticket at the earliest                                   Highway Parking
                                                     , *                                                                   in the Pacific Theater. Locally, cedes, they will dig the sand out from its operations in 1962. The meeiinj;.                                      Councilman     Bahrs revealed
    The owners of the R-Pat Motel, In addition, the National As- volume of 910,000 shares com                                                                of their yards and from the sew- water and sewer rates however, Mr. Meehan was elected to thi that in its proposal, the state
                                                                                                                           Mr. Viracola holds membership
 formerly Hie Stage Coach Motel, sociation of Purchasing Agents pared with 880,000 Friday. Ac-                                                               ers, they . will rebuild their should not be reduced as bond Spring Lake Heights council three plans to permit parking on
                                                                                                                           in the Monmouth County Young
 Rt. 35, were granted a variance reported a minor improvemen tively-traded Perfect Photo rose                                                                homes, and they will put the issues for improvements to the times and resigned last year both sides of Rt. 36. He Indi- '
tovconvert a one-story masonry in February from the January yt.                       American Petrofina "A1 Republican Clufo.
                                                                                                                                                             beach back where it belongs—on systems have not yet been is- when he moved to Spring Lake cated that he considered the
 garage into seven motel units. figures on companies' new orders gained V4 at 6%. Syntex advanced Mr. Viracola's. incumbent run- the other side of the sea wall.                                      dp he said. The rates were His father, the late Dr. Georg idea more 'of a safety hazard
                                                                             2%, South Coast Corp. 1%, Na ning mates announced their can-
    Paul Samperi, 11 Norwood and production. On the other
 Ave., Looh Arbour, was granted hand, a slump in furniture orders
                                                                              tional Research 1, Electronic didacy earlier.                                    The process is not hopeless, adjusted, he said, in connection Ed. Meehan, was treasurer of th than the lack ot a concrete bar-
                                                                              Specialty IVi, and Aurora Plas- Mr. O'Brien was appointed by however. After the disaster, with the improvements pro- county organization for manj rier.
 a variance to make additions and was reported.in January.
 Interior improvements to the
                                                                              tics V/i.                                    former 'Mayor James W. Bly to plans are laid for new protective gram.                                     years.                                   State engineers have termed
                                           Of 1,297 issues traded, 82            Corporate bonds were ir- serve the second year of the measures and talk of jetties and Mr. O'Hem commented later His running mate on the or- concrete barriers a proven safe-
 Colonial Inn Restaurant on Bing-
                                        advanced and 250 declined. New regularly higher with r a i l s term of Charles I. Hensler. A breakwaters is renewed.                                      that he was in favor of reduc- ganization slate also has won             ty device in other parts of the
 ham Ave., Colonial Terrace.
                                        highs for 1962-'63 totaled 14. The                                                 resident of the borough two If the intensity of the storms ing the rates if revenues were public confidence in his hom< state in reducing head-on auto
    The committee granted per- single new low was Kansas City strong and trading the most years, he formerly lived in Red
                                                                             "active since Feb. 20. U.S. gov-                                                does not increase with the in- significantly greater than ex- town three times. Mr. Guiney ha. crashes.
 mission to Michael J. Stavola Power & Light.
 Inc., Middletown, to cut through                                            ernment bonds were generally Bank.                                              tensity of their efforts to protect penses after the bond issues are been Highlands mayor ever since When Mr. Schanck proposed
                                           The 15 most active stocks in- higher in very quiet dealings A 1954 graduate of Holy Cross themselves, coast dwellers will sold. Surplus from water depart- the borough adopted non-partisan that the state consider construc-
 • road to provide ingress and
                                        cluded 13 gainers and one loser, over the counter.                                 College, Mr. O'Brien is now ultimately hold the upper hand. ment operations, he said, should council government 10 years ago. tion of an access road along the
 egress to a tract of land owned
                                        Texas Gulf producing, down V,i-                                                    working toward a master degree                                        not be appropriated for general                   Stayed In               abandoned railroad bed from At-
 by the firm at Roller Rd. and the                                               Yesterday's closing stocks:
                                           Unchanged was the m o s                                                         from New York University, Clean-up Bemdnded                           municipal purposes, but used to The mayor sought a freeholder lantic Highlands to this borough,
 Sunset Ave. extension. Mr. Sta-                                             AOF* Ind        83*4 I-T-E Ckt Brk l.V.
                                        active stock, Cosden Petroleum, Adams E*                    Johns M»n      45'4 Where he attends the graduate
                                                                                                                                                                                                  reduce the rates whenever pos- endorsement in 1958 but th Mayor Quiney said that highway
 vola is to pay 3 cents a cubic
                                                                                                                   2T school of business administra- Near Rail Station
                                                                              Air Pmd
                                        which closed at 22% on 91,900 Air Rerfuc                     Jones & L     M"&
 yard for the 'removal of dirt                                                                       Joy Mlg
                                                                                                      oy      g                                                                                   sible.                             Screening committee leaned t officials had "flatly turned down
                                        shares. This stock changed hands Alleg Op             11     Kiser A
                                                                                                     Kaiser Al     33      tion. He is manager of the cred- LITTLE S I L V E R - Council-                                            lormer Asbury Park Councilma. the idea."
 from the tract or the borough                                                Alleg Lud      35«4 Kennecott        7
                                        in large blocks throughout the Alleg Pw              51      Koppers       40'4 it card division of t>he Ameri- man August E. Roemer last night                                              David Greene. Mr. Guiney's sup- Local residents were requested
 engineer's fee, whichever is
                                        day. The stock is being acquired Allied Ch           43S Kresge SS         23 Ji can Express Company.                called for the clean-up, un-              AWARDED CONTRACT              porters tentatively threatened a by Mr. Lynch to prepare ques-
 greater.                                                                     Allla Chal             K
                                        by American Petrofina, as dis- Alcoa                  54'4 Lehi'gh C * N 7W                 Was Navy Pilot
  . Approval had been recom closed last week.                                 Am Alrlln       IB >4 Leh Port 0     17%                                        d3r provisions of the borouEh MIDDLETOWN - Edwin J. revolt against the party leader- tions for the March 26 public
                                                                                                     Lch Vil Ind 1>1 Upon his graduation from Holy zoning ordinance, of what he Dobson, 3d, 115 West Roosevelt ship but withdrew and have hearing and submit them to Mrs.
 mended by Hie industrial com- Second was Chrysler, up 1% al Am Brk Sh 83 \4 Leh V«l BH
                                                                              Am Can
                                                                              Am Cyan                LOF Glass             Cross, he accepted a commission called a "deplorable condition" Cir., president of Edwin J. Dob- stayed within the organization William: "Black, publicity chair-
 mittee.                                89% on 63,000 shares. Third was Am M Fdy
                                                                                                                            in the Navy and served as a jet near the railroad station.            son, Jr., Inc., 21 Rt. 36, Bel- His name had been mentioned a man.
                                        Pennsylvania Railroad,! up l\% a Am Mot
                                                                              Am              20% Ligg * My
                                                                                     Smelt    6Hi Litton Inrt               pilot.                              He noted that the storage of ford, haS announced that h i s a potential candidate every yea                   At the conclusion of the two-
  Egg Market                            16'4 on 56,600 shares.
                                           Next came Gillette, up % at Am Tob
                                                                              Am Std

                                        34%, and General Motors, up Vi Am Viscoie
                                                                                              1314 Lukens Stl
                                                                              Am Tel Tel 119U Mack Trk
                                                                                              28 % Marath Oil
                                                                                                     Martin M
                                                                                                                              Mr. O'Brien resides at 84 Park junk and junked cars outdoors company has been awarded a since but he did not make himsel hour session, residents in at-
                                                                                                                            Ave. with his* wife, the former in a B-2 zone is prohibited.          plumbing contract for the new available again until this year tendance seemed to be in agree-
                                                                                                                           Ctaherine Cooney of Spring Building Inspector - Robert T, laundry facility at the S t a t e
                                                                              Amp !nc                Merck                                                                                                                             Mr. Weinstein, a veteran cam- ment with Mr. Lynoh who called
    NEW YORK (AP)-(USDA) - at 60tf.
Wholesale egg offerings more than Among the other ; auto stocks Armco Stl
                                                                                          a*         MGM
                                                                                                     Minn M4M
                                                                                                     Mo P«i! A
                                                                                                                            Lake, and their three children. Maver will be asked to enforce Prison Farm, Rahway. The con
                                                                                                                              Mr. Bolduc, • representing the the code.                           tract is $199,413.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     paigner, is a member of th( for "staving off the widening and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     county tax board. He ran twice barrier project until Sandy Hook
 ample on large and ample on American Motors rose '/$. Ford Arm at Ck.
balance. Demand light on large Vi, while Studebaker closed un Atchiaon
 and quiet on balance yesterday. changed.                          •
                                                                              Aahl Oil
                                                                              Atl Refln
                                                                               \vco Corp
                                                                                          1!         Mont Waril
                                                                                                     Nat Blic
                                                                                                     N C u t H«g
                                                                                                     N»t Dilry
                                                                                             50% Nat Distill
                                                                                                                           experience on the GOP slate,                                                                              unsuccessfully, for freeholder, it State Park is expanded to war-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1955 and 1956. He has served a rant additional road facilities to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     an executive of the county cam handle more than 1,500 cars
    Whites: extras (47 lbs. min.) New York Central was the next iabcock W                            Nat Oyp«
                                                                              Bald Lima       13K Nit Steel                                                                                                                          paigti committee for many years daily."
 36-38; extras medium (40 lbs. most heavily-traded rail, up / Batt A Oh 36H NY Central
                                                                              Bayuk Cig                                                                                                                                                Mr. Kiernan is the president o          If there are no plans for-.
 average) 3416-35%: top quality at 17%, followed by Santa Fe, Bell A How 4(K ,No Am PAv              Nla M w
 (47 lbs. min.) 36-39'^; mediums up %, and Southern Pacific, up Bendlx
                                                                                              23V.                                                                                                                                   the Young Democratic Club o widening the Highlands bridge
                                                                                              5214 Nor Pac
 (41 lbs. average) 34'/r36'^; smalls %. It's a rare day when four BoeingSteel Beth            30% Nwit Alrlln                                                                                                                        Monmouth County. He is associ in conjunction with the Rt. 36
                                                                                              38(4 Norwich Fh                                                                                                                        ated with his father in the lat expansion, the state should de-
 (36 lbs. average) 32-34; peewees rails are among the 15 most- Borden                         61(4 Outb Mar
                                        active stocks.
                                                                              Borg Warn       «y.    Oweiu 111 01                                                                                                                    ter's real estate and insurance fer its plans for the highway
 26-27.                                                                       Bmnswk          1 7 * Pan A W Air 2614                                                                                                                 business. The elder Mr. Kierna.. from First Ave. to the bridge,
    Browns: extras (47 lbs. min.) Atlantic Coast Line rose V/i Buckeye PI 68 ft Param Plct <SVi                    36H
                                                                              Bucy Erl*       16     Penney, JC                                                                                                                      former mayor of Long Brajich to eliminate the eventual bottle-
 39-40; top quality (47 lbs. min.) Illinois Central l>/i, Chesapeake BulovaIr Vurl
                                                                                              11 !4 Pa Pw * U       —•
                                                                                                                   33 %
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and president of the county Tax neck that would occur at the
                                                                                             30H Pa RJ1             16'
4043; mediums (41 lbs average) & Ohio and Baltimore & Ohio Case J l                            9',4 Pepsi Cola    '49                                                                                                                Board, is party leader in the bridge entrance," he added. „
 35-37%; smalls (36 lbs. average % each.                                      Caler Trac      55 S, Pnrkln Elm
                                                                             Celanese         37 K PHjer                                                                                                                             county and state committeeman            Borough Councils of both mu-
 B%-33^; peewees 26-27. *                                                    Chef A Oh
                                           The steels also did well but Chrysler              5614 Phi! El               4
                                                                                             8914 Phil! Pet         48<4                                                                                                                                                   nicipalities have gone on record
                                                                             Coca Cola
                                                                                            .ran Pit Steel E * a 71 •',
                                                                                                                     9%                                                                                                                                                   opposing the highway widening
                                                                             Citiei 8v               Pub Sv             •'                                                                                                                   PURCHASE HOUSE
                LOCAL SECURITIES                                             Colg Pa!
                                                                             Colum Gai
                                                                             Com! Bo!
                                                                                              n>A Pure Oil
                                                                                             IV!, RCA
                                                                                                     Pullman        29H
                                                                                                                    37 »,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           projects. In addition, residents
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       RUMSON - Mr. and Mrs. John and businessmen in the area last
      The following bid and asked quotations from the National Asso- Con Edli                2314 Raytheon          23'                                                                                                              Holton of Easton, Pa., have pur- week began circulating petitions.'
                                                                             Cont Can                                9                                                                                                               chased a Ridge Rd. house built against the state's plans.
 ciation of Securities Dealers, Inc., do not represent actual transac- Coop Be» • BS',4 Reading stlCo 37
 tions. They are a guide to the radge within which these securities Corning; GCorn Pd        52      Revlon         43%                                                                                                              by Manuel Pouso. Fair Haven. Mr. Lynch said last night that
                                                                                            156'4 Reyn Met          24?
 could have been sold (Indicated by the "bid") or bought (indicated Crn Zell                 (UK Rey Tob            39                                                                                                               Mr. Holton is associated with if the sub-committee is "fortun-
                                                                             Cruc Stl                              2114
 by the "asked") at the time of completion.                                  CurtlM Wr
                                                                                             19      Cob Fulton    27%                                                                                                               American Sugar Refinery, New ate enough" to meet with high-
                                                                                             3114    St Joa LeBd   29
                                   BANKS                                     Deerii          59>i St Reg Pap                                                                                                                         York. The sale was negotiated by way officials this week, a re-
                                                Div.     Bid         Asked Del &8np
                                                                                      Hud            S e a n Rneb                                                                                                                    Mrs. J. G. Heermans of Ellen port of its findings will be pre-
 Asbuiy Pirk • Ocean Grovt                       .50                      31 Doug Alrc       20% Bhel! Oil
                                                         2614                                20 <i Sinclair        37'4                                                                                                              S. Hazellon, real estate, 13 West sented next Monday night.
 Belmir • Wall National                       2.S0       105                 Dow Chem        36'i Smith, AO        24 %
                                                                                  :s« Ind    2114 Rocony           01%                                                                                                               River Rd., Rumson.                       He stressed that interested citi-
 Central Jersey Bank                   (x)       .60     23'/4         25W DuPont                   Sou P a c      29
 Farmers & Merchant!                          1.00       68                  Duq U           32 '4 Sou Ry          M'4                                                                                                                                                     zens of this borough and Atlan-
                                                                             East Air L ail         Bperry Rd
 First Merchants National Bank                  .25      10              11 Eaat Kod                                                                                                                                                   It pays (o advertise in the Red tic Highlands are invited to at-
                                                                             End John       11314 Std Brand        «>4
Keansburg - Middletown                       10.00       410   •
                                                                             Erie Lack       1S'4 Rtrt Oil Cal     82%                                                                                                               Bank Register.—Advertisement. tend.
Long Branch Trust                            20.00       690                                   4    Std Oil NJ
                                                                             Firestone       34'* Stiidebsker
Matawan Bank                                    .30      "'/{                FW-Pw           41'4 Texaco           SI
Monmouth County National                        .12                          Fla
                                                                        9'/. Food Pkh        70     Tex a Prod 51%
New Jersey Trust                              1.00     W?BO               90 FWC Cn
                                                                             Ford Mot
                                                                                      Fair   2414 Tex o sul
                                                                                             39     Textron »•
                                                                                                                   14 u

People! National, Keypbrt                     3.00       85 •—               Oarrett
                                                                                             42 "i Tltienat Oil
                                                                                             42'4 Tranaamer .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wo are pleaied to announce that
Sea Bright National                           1.00       50                  Gen Accept 21 Vi Un Carbide 104%
                                                                             Gen Cigar       30     Un Pac         Mil
                                INDUSTRIAL                                   Gen Dyimm 20           Unit Alrc      47'4
Brockway Glass                                  .80      21%          23<4 Gen Fds   Elec    13'4 tinned Cp                                                                                                                                                JOHN F. O'BRIEN
Bzura Chemical)
                                                                             Gen                    US Lines       42         A HAPPY EVENT—Dr. James W. Parker, Sr., Rod Bank, left, guest speaker at the
                                                         •/.            iy« Gen Motom
                                                                             Oen                    US Plywd
Family Circle                                            8%             «K G Tel & ElPub Ut         US Rub         43%        New Jersey Shore Area Alumni Association of Howard University's I Oth annual                                                 ii now s»»oclated with us .
                                                                                                    lia Smelt      78V,
Hanson VW-M                                                              %
                                                                        « Gen Tire                   US Stfel      in4 charter day dinner party, discusses event with Mrs. Barbara Campbell, Long Branch,
International Flavors and Fragrances                     30     '     301/, Gillette                V«n Al Stl
                                                                             Glen Aid               Walworth       33
                                                                                                                     n1..    master of ceremonies, and Edgar Beanum Sea Bright, president of the shore area                                             •• a Registered Repreientatly*
Laird *• Company                                         2%      •         3 noodrlch        4S1t Warn B Pic       1.1%
MonmCdth Capital                                         5'/.                Goodyear        32 !4 Wn Un Tel                 alumni of the Washington, D. C. institution. The event took place Saturday at The
                                                                             Orace-Co        SM4 We»lit El         29'4
MOnmouth Electric                                        1%             2% Gt AAP            43'4 While Mot        33 >i
                                                                             Greyhound                             47        Fountains, Long Branch, with some 125 guests attending. James P. Scott, Reevey-
Monmouth Park
N. J. Natural Gai                             1.00
                                                                       13% Gulf Oil          36'4 Wool will
                                                                                             4014 Ynu«t Sh4T
                                                                      37% Hamm Pap 31K Zenith R
                                                                                                                   so        town, was chairman; Mrs. James W. Parker, Jr., Red Bank, chairman of dinner ar-                              DEAN WITTER & Co.
N.. J. Natural Gas Pfd.                       1.2D       21           23% Here Pdr           42'.i                 53 ',4
                                                                             HI Cent         4414                            rangements and tickets, and Mrs. Lorenio Hatris, Asbury Park, also tickets and riiu-                               11 EAST 55th STREET, NEW YORK 22, N. Y.
Rowan Controller                                          V
                                                         »S             8<A Int Bus Men
                                                                             Int Hnrv                                        lict Dr. Parker1! topic concerned the advancement today of Howard University.
Spiral Metal                                                            4'/. Int Nick                                                                                                                                                     SOB Fraactoe     LoaAa(<W      Cfcionea
V. S. Homes & Development Corp.                                            !nt Paper '•   2714                    He Is a member of the state Board of Education.
[JC) Dividend                                                             Int TolATel
     4—Tuesday, Match 5, 1963                                                RED BANK REGISTER                                                   DENNfSJHE MENACE                           By HmkKetcham Mason Is Named
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            vice president of the association.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr; Mason is married tad'the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            father of two sons. The family
                                                                                                                                                                                                          By Association
                Labor; Management Problemis
        EDITOR'S NOTE: A new and         costs. Raising prices has become some soul-searching on its own
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            moved. Into Strathmore In Decem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — Jo- ber from Springfield. He Is a s s c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         seph Retagliatti, president of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ciated with Tung Sol Electric,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Inc., Newark.
                                                                                                                 pertment generally jet Into the                                                                         Matawan Township Taxpayers As-
     important Issue has cropped up increasingly difficult.                  role In the labor relations arena, major labor disputes In an «xtrt                                                                         sociation, has announced the ap-
     in collective bargaining between A resulting shortage of ]obs in There doesn't seem to be any dis- legal wit of way. Without specific
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pintment of Harry G. Mason, 25 It pays to advertise in the Red
     labor and management in this a constantly expanding work force position to reduce, the frequenc sanction of law, and merely sitt-
     year of troubled labor relations. leaves workers grimly intent on of disputes intervention that hit ing intervention Is "in the public                                                                              Ambler La., Strathmore, as a Bank Register.—Advertisement.
     Here, in the first of four special hanging on to the ones they have. dramatic peak when Arthur              interest," the government sudden
     articles, is an analysis of some They worriedly seek higher pay Goldberg, now a. Supreme Cour; ly win create a. special board or
    of the reasons both profits and and job^safeguards against the justice, served as Kennedy's laboi send in a special mediator to rec-
    wage boosts are harder to come future. They sullenly complain secretary.                                    ommend a labor dispute compro-
    by today.                            about the boss' suddenly taut Some second thoughts are being mise. The recommendation! have
                                         purse string.                      given, however, on how to makf no legal force but they usually
           By NORMAN WALKER                It obviously would be much federal intervention work better, have, or at least seek to have,
         AP Labor Affairs Writer         simpler for an employer to trim Secretary Wirtz—a busy man the powerful backing of public
       WASHINGTON (AP)—The latest obsolete manpower, or "feather- riding herd on the troubled laboi
    spasm of labor strikes, terrible as bedders," from his payroll if a scene in the five months since h           The emergency provisions of the

    it has been, is a symptom offull employment economy provid- succeeded Goldberg—frankly ad- law have been invoked only 22
    something worse—a bad case of ed jobs elsewhere.                        mits the government has been times in the IS yean since the
    real and fancied economic jitters. The underlying economic tur- improvising.                                law was enacted.
       The symptoms are devastating moil has created new tensions in Hinting that government inter- As paralyzing as some recent
    enough. The recent 34-day East- labor-management relations. It vention moves may not always strikes have been, there are even

    Gulf Coast docks strike ''crippled helps explain why, although the;have been wisely carried out, more ominous clouds gathering on
    the nation's foreign commerce and number of strikes hasn't increased I Wirtz says they were undertaken the labor relations horizon. New
    cost an estimated $800 million in significantly, the walkouts that do not only because the public de-storms could break out in 1963 in
    lost business and wages. That is develop are far more desperate manded something be done but ti a number of industries, including
    a dollar figure the federal govew and irreconcilable.                   "prevent collective bargaining telephone, rubber and electrical
    ment would be proud to claim as                                                                             manufacturing. The steel con
    a budget surplus.                      Secretary of Labor W. Willard from committing suicide."             tracts are reopenable on wages,
                                         Wirtz has said, "The public reacts The White House and Labor De- pensions and insurance benefits.
       Newspaper strikes in New York more vehemently to a kick in the
    and Cleveland have cut off whole shins than to an attack of eco-
   cities from their daily papers for nomic arthritis."
   long periods, damaged community Wirtz acknowledged the. citizen-
                                                                         Scouts Plan
                                                                                                                   The year 1964, a presidential
                                                                                                               campaign year, is also potentially
                                                                                                               chock full of labor strife. Some Five Pledge Fraternities
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ATLANTIC GLASS
   business and posed a question ry is fed up with the shin kicking
   whether some publications can it has been getting lately—and is       Sojourn To                            of the biggest Iarbor-mtnagement
                                                                                                               contracts will fully .run out then, PHILADELPHIA - Five stu dletown, both have pledged Sig
                                                                                                               including James R. Hoffa's major dents at the University of Penn ma Phi Epsilon; Donald L. Spur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Have Your Defective

                                         about ready, should another ma-
       Big space-missile firms have re- jor labor crisis cotae along, to
 * cently barely escaped shutdowns. support compulsory arbitration, or
                                                                         New Mexico                            Teamsters trucking pacts, Walter
                                                                                                               Reuther's agreements with the top sylvania, who are residents of
                                                                                                                                                                                       del, Monmouth Hills, Atlanti
                                                                                                                                                                                       Highlands, Delta Kappa Epsilon;
                                                                                                               auto firms, and David J. McDon-       Monmouth County, N. J., recent- Robert E. Freedman, 41 Brinker-
   Walkout threats lie ahead in a some other 'tougher method of OAKHURST - Forty county ald's contracts with the big steel
                                                                            Boy Scouts and their troop lead-                                         ly pledged fraternities.          hoff Ave., Phi Sigma Delta, and
   number of key industries. The dealing with big strikes than is                                              companies.

                                                                            ers will make the 4,600 mile bus                                           Bruce E. Dahlgren, 266 Hance Stephen H. Klitzman, 415 South
   railroads, for example, face a presently authorized.
                                                                            trip to the National Boy Scou          Next: Collective bargaining fall- Rd., Fair Haven, and Harry B, Lake Dr., Belmar, Beta Sigma
   labor crisis in the next few months If labor and management fail
                                                                            Ranch, Cimarron, N. Mex., this                                           Johnson, Locust Point Rd., Mid- Rho.
   and nobody seems to be doing to make the collective bargaining ummer.
   much about it.                       system work better, Congress may Oscar A. Newquist,               Fair
       Too often strikes are chaotic, accommodate a protesting public
   wasteful, brutal and inconsiderate with drastic new shackles on
   of the public interest.              either side or both.
                                                                            Haven, camp chairman for Mon-
                                                                            mouth Council, Boy Scouts of       CATHOLIC                                                                                                                                 REPLACED TODAY
                                                                            America said that the group will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Insurance Estimates
       Too. often, also, more attention President Kennedy seems dis- leave the county July 5 and re-
   is focused on cures for. the strike posed to ride out the storm. There" turn July 27. Thej group meet:
   symptoms than on cures for the no mention of the labor prob- March 8.
                                                                                                                   WORKING                                                                                                                                     Cheerfully Given
   basic economic disea.se that some- lem in his messages to the new
   how goads labor-management pro- Congress. Instead, he has posed The scouts will make stop-
   tagonists into trying to kill off his tax revision bill as an antidote overs at Air Force and Army
. each other at the public's expense. for over-all economic ills,           bases en route. They plan visits
                                                                                                                 PEOPLE                                                                                                                                          Ample Free
       Behind the turbulent labor rela- George Meahy, top man in the
                                                                            to Carlsbad Caverns and Pike's YOU CAN OIT tOW COST HOSPITAL INSURANCE
                                                                            Peak and the Air Force Acade- ROM OUt NON-MONT SOCIETY!
   tions scene, management and la-      labor movement as president of my. The 50-mile hike that the
   bor are in a Riant squeeze.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Or pick-up and
                                        the AFL-CIO, concedes the colli- scouts plan, Mr. Newquist said, If you work h u d for your money you're
       Each is puzzled and piqued be- sions between labor and manage- will be over rocky terrain in the entitled to get as much value as possible                                                                                                                   delivery tervic*
   cause increases in profits and ment over the new problems they southwest. No one yet has ever out of i t Th« low-eott hoapital plain                                                                                                                              if you prtfer.
   wages don't come so easy any are encountering are not suscepti- made the trip in one day, he offered by our non-profit society save you
                                                                                                                  money — give you and your family pro-
   more. The economic pie they cut ble to settlement by strikes "or said.                                         tection for leas!      .
  up isn't growing as much as itby the art of compromise as we
  once did. Each side is feeling a have known it in the past."                Scouts and their parents will THIS imurance ii offered by the Catholic
                                                                            meet at the county headquarters, Knights of S t George — a Catholic fra-                    By Charter, Mtmbtrihlp limited to Colholln
                                          Solutions must come, Meany Deal and Monmouth Rds., Fri- ternal society that ha* been serving Cath-
      Fierce new sales competition—                                                                                     for 8 f
                                       says, through "close and whole- day at 8 p.m., to receive their olicsHcapital yean. Protection is available
                                                                                                                  for             Boom and Board, Doctor
                                                                                                                                                                      Catholic Knights of St. George
  at home as well as abroad—has

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ATLANTIC GLASSCo.
                                       hearted co-operation by labor, instructions and to see pictures Feet, X-Rayt, Oxygen, Blood Transiu-                           744 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey
  made it even more compelling for
                                       management and government on of the 1962 trip.                             tiont, Maternity Can and many similar
  employers to automate, streamline                                                                                                                                                                        . Ag
                                       a scale not previously acceptable Taylor Gregory, scoutmaster expenses. Income benefit* are available
  the production process, and cut                                                                                 that pay you cash when you're hospi-
                                       to any of them."                    of Troop 59, Manasquan, is ex talized and when you're recuperating                        Addrm
  p                                       Whether labor laws are revised pedition leader. George Engel- at home!
               TANGY                   or not, the government is doing drum, Lincroft, is one of the as-                                                                                     Zone       Stol.                 "Glass and Mirrors In Every Size You Can Break"
                                                                           sistants. Eugene R. Richey of the GET all the fact, on low-coat hospital                                       Paritli                             21 MAPLE AVENUE                     1813 H STREET
                                                                                                                  and life insurance plans for Catholic

     FRUIT SLICES                     High School                          Monmouth Council          executive
                                                                                                                  working people. Discover for yourself bow                                                                 Cor. White St. u l Staple Ave.   so. of 181* AT*.. H I T . U (4N>
                                                                           staff is co-ordinating the expedi- little you pay for fin*** protection!                                                                                 RED BANK                           BELMAR
                                                                           tion. The bus is being chartered
                                      Group Visits                         from the Boro Bus Co., Red
                                                                                                                  MAIL THE COUPON TODAY                                  KOMI ornci: rtrrsiutCH, M .           RBRM          Tel. SHadyslde 7-2020 Tel. MUlual 1-1200

            691                       New York
                                        RED BANK ~.k group of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     iOpen All Day Saturday!

              Rsg, *(Qc               freshman students, members of
                                      the Red Bank «igb^Schoo) Sci-
     • Cherry       • Apricot         ence Class, visited Nwv^York re-
     * Lemon       * Lima               The group was escorted by
                                      their teacher, Mrs. Elsie Mac-
  iv* • Orange     • Licorice         Leod. While there, toured th«
                                      NBC Studios, the New York Daily
     91 Broad St., Red Bank
                                      News building and the United
                                                                                                      :-f"v;^|-4f:^'J - / : •%.

                                        Assisting Mrs. MacLeod were
                                      Mrs. Kenneth Garman and Miss
                                      Gail Ostendorff.
                                        The following students made
                                      the trip: Alden Anderson, Irene
    PRETTY AS A                       Cohen, Chris Damen, Tim Dee-
     PICTURE?                         gan, Michael DeFiore, Pat Eckel,
                                      Linda Eiy.^lSjbert Ferrick, Karl
                                      Frost, Marievbarofolo, John Gaze-
                                      way, Donna Geroni, Barbara Gl-
                                      omo, Bill Griffin, Deborah Hall,
                                      Harold Halsey, Thomas Hartley,
                                      Kathryn Hill, and Ellen Hopps.
                                        Barbara James, Charles Jones,
                                      Lynn Lascara, Robert Merrigan,
                                      Thomas Napp, Joseph Rafter,
                                      Merrill Richardson, Robert Rock-
                                     well, Todd Rush, John Skinkle,
                                     Barbara Slovak, Gail Smith, Lynn
                                     Sutphin, Lois Taylor, Charles
                                     Thieme, Barbara Vadez, Barbara
                                     Ward, Ronald Welsh, Susan Wil-
                                     liams, Warren Wright, and Albert

                                     Club Marks                                                        a spteial feature tditfon
                                                                                                       dtvottd to wtddings and such!
                                      HAZLET — The fifth anniver-
      What kind of a picture do     sary of the Woodland Park Gar-                                     Bridas and bridagroomi to b t — and parents,
      your letters bring to mind?   den Club was celebrated at a
      Do they have that thrown-     recent meeting at the Harris Gar-                                  too — will find this spacial edition most intar-
      together look? (A collec-     dens Fire House, Union Beach.
                                                                                                       aitfng and helpful.        O n * will find many timaly
      tion of mismatched sheets       Hostesses for the evening. Mrs.
                                    Thomas Markey, Mrs. Marvin                                         siiggastioni and advica lura to halp maka «
      and envelopes?) Or do they
                                    Miller, Mrs. James King, Mrs.
      picture YOU, at your best?                                                                       wadding luccauful. Look for it Tuesday, March
                                    Raymond Owens and Mrs. Frank
      By choosing your favorite     Pavrma, served an anniversary                                      12th.
      from Eaton's Open Stock,      cake.
      you can always match your       Mrs. Joseph Tansey, ways and
      letter paper or envelopes.     means    chairman,    announced                                  This ipaeial isetien will raaeh a ready-mad*
      Give that fresh, out-of-a-    plans to hold a cake and pie
                                    sale, a white elephant and plant                                  r*lponiivt     audience.      W t «ra now aecapting
      bandbox look to your
      "visits by mail" by using     sale, and a hat show by Lili-Ann                                  rtiarvationi     for advertising      in this   aditien,
                                    Shops in the coming months.
                                    Members of the ways and means                                     which will b* tabloid liie.        Publication data i t
                                    committee are Mrs. Edward Up-                                     Tuaiday, March 12th.
                                    tegrove, Mrs. John Morris, Mrs.
                                    Owens and Mrs. Paul Lomauro.
                                      Mrs. Frank Pavona, club presi-
                                    dent, read a letter [rom mem-
                                    bers of the Cove Road Parent-                                      THE RED BANK REGISTER
                                    Teachers Organization, thanking
     Always available here in       the members of the garden club                                                       SH        1-0010
     separately packaged paper      for their contribution of a plant
     and matching envelopes.        table to the Cove Road School                                              NOW-19,894 DAILY CIRCULATION
                                    bazar in December.

   Charge Accounts Available          New members welcomed into
                                    the club were Mrs. ^George Dug-
      FREE DELIVERY                 gan and Mrs. William Pyhyrn.
     PHONE SH 1-0001                  Color slides of gardens in San
                                    Diego, the gardens at Patricia
                                    Murphy's restaurant,'gardens and
                                    greenhouses at the DuPont Gar-
                                    dens, and Willard Aumack's gar-
                                    den, were shown by Mrs. Ray
                                    Williamson and Mr; Aumack.
                                     The next meeting of the club
 17 Broad St.,       Red Bank       will be held on March 26 at the'
                                    Harris Gardens fire house.
Winners Of Grant's Plan                                                                                                                                  Crash Injures 2                  Paul •Tashlan, }%, of P m m u j . :
                                                                                                                                                                                          Police ««id Mr. Tashlan, who
                                                                                                                                                                                          was seated in his car, suffered
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RED BANK REGISTER             Tuesday,' M i r t h ' 5 , 1963^-5

Encyclopedia Model ContestW. T.                                                                                                                                                                                                   -Two Honored
                                                                                                                                                          LONG BRANCH - Two per-                                                                                 - In addition to lapel piss, they
                                                                                                                                                        sons were injured when a car (ace cuts.                                                                 were presented with Department
                                                                                                                                                        struck a parked car on Seaview      Mr, Tashian, a student at Mon- EDISON -*» Two Monmouth
             MIDDLETOWN' - the                                                                                                                                                            mouth College, also was treated                                       of the Army certificate* in rec-
               - M 5 . Norman G r a n t s t o r e ta the MiddleUwn                                                                                      Ave. early Saturday,                                                  County residents, employees of ognition of loyal service:
Tornberg, 86 East Wilson Cir., Shopping Center, Rt. 35, will                                                                                              Miss Beverly Finn, 18, of Wood- at Monmouth. Medical Center.        the Raritan Arsenal, recently ob-
                                                                                                                                                        mere Aye., Neptune, was treated                                                                            Twenty-year awards were given
                                       isor. a model car contest for
pedia Britarinlca, Junior.         boys living,in the local area.                                                                                       (or a broken wrist at Monmouth Buying or selling? Use the served length of service anniver- to George W. Hunter, 4 Spring
    It, will be presented to' her The contest will close March                                                                                          Medical Center after the car she Register Classified for quick re-    saries with the federal govern- St., Matawan, and Charles, S. Die-
 tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at Food- 30.                                                                                                                     was driving hit the parked car ot sults.—Advertisement.               ment.                             trick, 325 Holly Dr.. Belford.
town/Maffcet, Rt. 35. The market The contest will be divided into
 is the donor of the prize.        two age brackets — junior di-
    Mrs.    Tornberg   has three vision for boys up to 13, and
 children. David, 21, is a third senior division for boys over
 year. student at,. the . Naval Entries will be judged on the
  .           .               _,
 Academy, Annapolis, Md. T h e b a s i s of beauty, workmanship,
 two other sons are, Michael, 15, interior, paint, originality, en-
 at Red Bank High School, and g i n e undercarriage, s a f e t y ,
                                       •          -
 Jeffrey, 11, a pupil at St. James equipment, and customizing.
 Grammar School, Red Bank.           A contestant may enter as
    She called the winning of the many models as he wishes.
^encyclopedia           wonderfully Entry blanks obtained at the
pleasant surprise.                 store must accompany          all
Circus Planned                       Trophies will be awarded to
                                   the contest winners.
For Raritan Twp.
   RAR1TAN T O W N S H I P —
Tickets for the Hunt Brothers
Circus, to be sponsored by the
Raritan Bay Area Jaycees May
3 - 4 , are being sold by Robert
                                     Event Set                                 P E E K - A - B O O—Thl« Parisian hat-of"woven yellow
                                                                               •traw with holes allowing wearer to ite, but not be seen—
                                       ASBURY PARK — The United                   —Iled "Telephone Hat" for reason* open to conjecture.
Benedickson, 33 Virginia Ave.,       Synagogue Youth of Temple Beth
and Thomas Stansfield, 5 But-
                                     El, 605 Asbury Ave., will be host
tonwood PI.                                                                                                       record sent to colleges to use in
   Performances will be given the
night of May 3 and afternoon,
                                     Thursday to its annual brother-
                                     hoo$ e v e n t                      Students To Take                         evaluation of candidates for en-
                                    Guest speaker of the evening
and night of May 4, according to
Alwyn C. Dodge, president of
                                  will be Judge Sidney Goldmann,
                                  presiding judge of the Appelate
                                                                         Educational Test                             TO ATTEND PARLEY
the organization.                                                          MIDDLETOWNf- The National
                                  Division of Superior Court. The                                                   MIDDLETOWN - W. B a r d
   Mrs. George Weber, township    talk will, be followed by danc-        Educational Development T e s t          Wright and Nicholas Campanile
librarian, purchased the first                                           will be given at the local high          assistant high principals, will at-
                                  ing and refreshments.
ticket of. the season.                                                   school on Saturday from 8:30
                                    The youth organization an-                                                    tend the New Jersey Secondary
   last year one-half the proceeds                                       a.m. until noon in the cafeteria.        School Principal's Association
                                  nounced that the affair will be
from the circus were donated to                                            A total of 500 freshmen and
                                  non-denominational and adults                                                   meeting at Lawrencevllle Pre-
the library,                                                             sophomores have registered for
                                  and young people are Invited to                                                 paratory School March 14. Of-
                                  attend.                                the test, which is designed to           ficials of the National Aero-
       COLLEGE FORUM                                                     measure achievement In key               nautics and Space Administra-
  MIDDLETOWN -            Kenneth It will be held at the synagogue       areas and will produce scores            tion will be guest speakers a
Hampton, 190 Leslie Ave., was at 7:30 p.m.                               which may be compared with               the conference.
one of three students from St.                                           high, school students throughout
Peter's College, Jersey City, who        DAIRY HONORED
                                                                         the nation.              ;                     SPECIAL' MEETING
represented the college political PETERBOROUGH, N. H. -
science forum at a model UN Hominy H i l l Farms Division-                 Testing is done in mathe-                MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — A
General Assembly in Wash- Pleasant Farm Dairv Inc., own-                 matics, English science and so-          special meeting of the Matawan
ington, D. C, recently. The St. er of Hominy Hill Farms, Colts           cial studies.                            Township Taxpayers Association
Peter's men represented Nicara- Neck, N.J., has been named a               Reading abilities in both speed        will be held Thursday at 8:30
gua at all the committee meet- Gold Star Guernsey Breeder for            and comprehension are al s o             p.m. in the Oak Shades fire
ings, and were briefed by John 1962 by the American Guernsey             measured.                                house, Lower Main St.
Cates, Jr., member of an OAS Cattle Club, here. This is the                School officials said the scores         The Township Committee will
Committee.                        fourth straight, year that t h e       are used by the Guidance De-             be present to answer questions
                                  Hominy Hill Farms Division-            partment to assist m giving edu-         pertaining to municipal problem
  It pays to advertise in the Red Pleasant Farm Dairy, Inc., has         cational and vocational advice.          and to answer questions on the
Bank Register.—Advertisement, wqn this coveted award.                    Scores also form part of the proposed municipal budget.

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                                                                                                                                     Ever Decided To Get This Thing Fixed"                                              Paying for Breton-Stuff
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                                   Published by The Red Bank Register Incorporated                                                                                                                                     MIAMI—President Kennedy spends his winter va-
   W. HARRY PENNINGTON, President                                                         JAMES 3. HOGAN. Editor                                                                                                  cation periods at" Palm Beach, obviously worrying be-
                         M. HAROLD KELLY, General Manager                                                                                                                                                         tween bouts of sunshine about the roadblocks which
   Thomas J. Bly                         William F. Sandford and Arthur Z. Kamln                     Frank W. Harbour                                                                                             his opponents are setting up to forestall his New
   Eztcutlve Editor                                   Associate Editors                         Mlddtetown Bureau Mgr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Frontier program. Perhaps.he should devote some of
                                               Member o( the Associated Press                                                                                                                                                     his time to the not-so-vary-far-away
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       rapaper as well as all AP news dispatcher                               .                       <>'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hialeah Race Track. It would make him
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Hialeah is a fascinating experience,
         This newspaper assumes no responsibilities for statements ot opinions lo letters from Its readers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and harmless enough if you don't let
   8ubs:npl!on Prices In Advance              Less than 3 mos. Per month Jl.Sfl   12 months—118.00       6 months—$ (.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  it push you off your financial, rocker.
    Single copy at counter, 7 cents               Single copy by mail. 10 cents    » months—(13.50       I months—} (.90                                                                                                          To watch the horses" run on green1 turf
                                                    TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1963                                                                                                                                                        against an exotic background that con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chamberialn sists of an island-studded lake is a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  memory to be treasured. In the spirit of the seventh
                                       Bayshore Budget Defeats                                                                                                                                                    inning stretch a couple of Seminole Indians stir a crowd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of lazy pink flamingos into startled flight from one of
      Four school budgets in the Bay-j      A number of Henry Hudson board                                                                                                                                        the islands in the lake along toward the end of a rac-
  shore area were defeated at the first members, as well as the superintend-                                                                                                                                      ing afternoon. This alone, to a neophyte of race going,
  election last month—in Matawan, ent, also made the mistake of stat-                                                                                                                                             is worth the price of admission.
  Highlands, Henry Hudson Regional ing different sets of "facts" about                                                                                                                                                 But it is the people at Hialeah who are the real
  and Union Beach.                       proposed expenditures at different                                                                                                                                       revelation. They don't look at each other. The sight of
      At tKe second election, three of times and in different places.                                                                                                                                             hundreds wandering back and forth between their
  the four were defeated again,             And two or three extremely im-                                                                                                                                        trackside seats and the pari-mutuel betting windows is
  with the Matawan Regional budget portant facts were never stated—in                                                                                                                                             proof of a real, "lonely crowd." The eyes of the man
  approved.                             public.                                                                                                                                                                   who bumps into you are abstracted, looking entirely
      What happened and why?                Perhaps this board has learned                                                                                                                                        inward as abstruse calculations are made on the click-
      In Matawan, it was resentment a lesson in public relations. Only                                                                                                                                            ing abacus that is the race-track goer's brain. This man
  against rising costs brought on time will tell..                                                                                                                                                                and his eyes, when multiplied by thousands, make for
  mainly by Levitt's Strathmore devel-       The Highlands elementary sys-                                                                                                                                        abstraction en masse. It is something which Walt Whit-
  opment and the fact that a big por- tem budget went down to defeat, we                                                                                                                                          man, the poet of the mass, knew nothing about.
  tion of these costs will be converted feel, because the board there per-                                                                                                                                                         Place Of Many Lures
  into taxes in a single calendar year. mitted the taxpayer a year ago to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Hialeah has many lures. It can provide a tingling
   " The only way the school board think there would be a big budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sport for those who love sport It can provide a day
 .got the budget through was to cut cut in 1963-64 as a result of regional- Allen-Scott Report;
  $126,000 from it. Some of this ization, which removed two elemen-                                                                                      WILLIAM S.                                               of carnival, for, besides horses and flamingos, there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  are other animal exhibits at the park. But the big lure
  money will direly be needed.
     In the early days of Strathmore,
                                        tary grades from the local school.
                                             Perhaps it was impossible for that
                                                                                                                                Warning on Brazil's Reds   WHITE                                                  for many people is the lure of something for nothing—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  or, rather, the lure of something like a thirty-to-one
 Matawan township officials were board to see as far ahead as one year                      By Robert S. Allen and Paul Scott WASHINGTON-iAnother spring                                                          long shot win on a little old two dollar bet.
 warned on these editorial pages, a —but we do not think so.                 »                                                                is to bring another bitter division
                                                                                      WASHINGTON—Behind those impending secret within the Supreme Court—and                            The spectacle of so many people living in a dream
 number of times, about zone down-           It is unfortunate —Tbecause the discussions to give Brazil another $260 million in fi- within the United States—deter- of raking in the dollars without working for them is
 grading which would double the local Highlands school budget was                                                                             mining whether any chemical
                                                                                nancial aid are blunt warnings that Communists and trace of religious feeling, however depressing to a conversative, but it should be a tonic
 town's population over night.           not padded by any stretch of the their sympathizers hold dominant roles in President voluntary and non-sectarian, is to true believers in the New Frontier. For the appeal
    We cited the example of Raritan imagination.                                                 Goulart's shaky regime.                     to be allowed expression in the
                                                                                                                                             public schools of- the United of the easy dollar is so unquenchable that it must be
 Township, and others.                                                                                Striking illustrations of this spread- States.                              only a question of time before every New Frontier bill
                                             In Union Beach, it was the same
    But town fathers did not see fit                                                             ing Red influence are being studied by The court last June forbade as in Kennedy's arsenal is passed. The educationists will
                                         story as last year, the year before,                    the House Foreign Affairs Committee unconstitutional the voluntary get their flossy new laboratories and dormitories and
 to heed the warnings.                                                                                                                       recitation in New York schools of
                                         and the year before that.                               after being presented by former As-              22-word non-denominational school buildings, all at the expense of Washington.
    In the Henry Hudson High School
                                             The town has very nearly the                        sistant Secretary of State Robert Hill prayer prepared by the school Medicare is a practical cinch. Easy jobs for youths
 Regional district (Atlantic Highlands j                                                         and Dr. Manuel -de Varona, ex-president authorities. Now it is to decide
                                         highest tax rate in Monmouth Coun-                                                                  two other questions:                 cleaning up litter in the forests will b * provided by the
^and Highlands) a number of board                                                                of the Cuban Senate.
                                         ty, and the school budget is the only                                                                  Will constitutional government federal government, despite the lesson of the past
 members showed arrogance for the                                                                     Their reports, which cast -a dark be threatened if such of the chil-
                                         spending schedule voted on.                                                                                                              which shows-that automation always creates more
 public's concern about taxes, and                                                     AJ!»o     shadow over this week's financial ne- dren of Baltimore as may care to
                                                                                                                                              do so continue to open each jobs in the end than it destroys. Everyone who can
 the price they paid was a double            A number of voters were con- gotiations with Francisco San Tiago Dantas, U.S.- school day with Bible reading and
                                                                                                                                                                                  join a big enough pressure group will get his sizable
 budget defeat.                          vinced by borough officials that it baiting Finance Minister, link these high Goulart of- by repeating aloud the Lord's
                                                                                ficials to the rising Communist power in Brazil: Fran-       Prayer?                              bit from the government Or so it must seem to a de-
    The public in these two towns was a choice between the school cisco Riff, President Goulart's private secretary; Will constitutional government pressed conservative as the light wanes in the late
                                                                                                                                             be threatened if such of the chil-
 became so aroused that we are not budget, as proposed, and a munici- Hermes de Lima, minister of foreign relations; Joan dren of Pennsylvania a. may care afternoon at Hialeah.
 at all certain this anti-budget'senti-  pal sewer system.                      Mangebeira, minister of justice; Celso                        ;o do so continue to open each
                                             We are not convinced of this. Furtago, minister of economic planning;
                                                                                                                                             school day by hearing a reading                          A Puritan's View
 ment will not carry over until next                                                                                                         of 10 paragraphs from the Bible?
 February.                                   There is no doubt, however, that   Almino Alfonso, minister of labor; Gen-                             Private Hopelessness               Bill Veeck (as in "Wreck"), the baseball man who
    This sort of thing occurred in       Union Beach has a perennial tax eral Albino Silva, chief military adviser                              Sessions of the Supreme Court made history by sending a midget to bat to get a crucial
                                                                                to Goulart.                                                  itself are opened with an invoca- base on balls when he owned a big-time team, recently
 Keyport a few years ago —and it problem which perhaps will be re-                                                                           tion of God's blessing upon its
                                                                                      According to Dr. de Varona's re-                       work. Public officials, including came up with a proposal to let government-sponsored
 took two years to repair the public     solved only by some better system                                                                   the President, traditionally take pari-mutuel betting or a state-owned lottery pay the
                                                                                 port to the House committee, confirmed
 confidence.                             of school state aid.                    by information given the White House                        oath upon the Bible. The Na- bills for things like Medicare. He was promptly sat
                                                                                                                                             tional Anthem—the one anthem of
                                                                                 by Hill, "Riff, de Lima and Mangebeira                      every man, woman and child, upon by people who objected to the immorality of the
 The< Lyons Den:
  MM        I   •          "       "           <O               '
                                                                                 have been linked with at least one               Scott      whatever his religion or the lack proposition. It would be wrong, so Veeck's critics said,
                                                                                                                                             of it—slffl recognizes the exis-

                                                                                unsuccessful Communist-attempted coup."                       tence of God.
                                                                                                                                                                                  to have the state encourage gambling.
       Jack Benny's Name in lights at liegfield                                                                Riff, Goulart's closest associate, is flatly described All this notwithstanding, how-         Well, as a Puritan (ah, there, Dr. Heller), I cer-
                                                                                                           as a "Communist," and Justice Minister Mangebeira ever, the outlook is not good for tainly don't favor any extra fostering of the something-
                                                                     By LEONARD LYONS as a "Marxist-socialist . . . arrested, together with the those school children'who wish for-nothing spirit. But Veeck's proposal is not to be
                                                                                                                                                                     to participate in ceremonies ack-
                                                                                                           Communist leaders Luis Carlos Prester and Harry nowledging that divine mercy and dismissed out of hand even by us Puritans. The truth
    The lights of the Ziegfeld Thea- brated the 16th anniversary of his tract at $300 a week. Miss Day
  ter this week spell out the name Little Club. Before the opening opened the Little Club.
                                                                                                           Berger, during an unsuccessful Communist uprising.' Americajustice still Wist in an is that government, even without a lottery, is already
                                                                                                                                                                                of increasing materia>-
  of Jack Benny. He started, in Monte Proser advised him to sign After four weeks Miss Day had                 Foreign Minister Lima is reported as telling a ism and private hopelessness. dedicated to what amounts to an all-out crusade to
 Waukegan, 111., as Benny Kubel- a blonde singer he'd heard with        to fly back to Cal. for some per-
                                                                                                           group of Brazilian Castro-Communists on Oct. 23, 1962 For the arguments recently promote the something-for-nothing philosophy. It is
  «ky, than changed his name to Les Brown's band in California.Isonal matters. Michael Curtis                                                                        heard before the justices on the the working Puritans in our society who must pay the
  Ben Benny. • Too many people They went to a record-shop to screen-tested her, signed her, and the d#y after President Kennedy informed the world Baltimore                       and     Pennsylvania
  confused him with Ben Bernie. hear a Les Brown recording, and Doris Day still owes Reed eight about Soviet missiles in Cuba, "What should be de- cases—which probably will be bills for all the dream-stuff programs that emanate
  Before a booking at the Chicago listened to the vocalist. Then weeks at $300 a week.                     fended in Cuba is that government's right to carry out    settled along in June — have from Washington. So the immoralists live off the mor-
-State Theater he lold the manage- Reed phoned the singer's agent,             Gifford Commercials                                                                   strongly indicated that some, at alists, which is not exactly a moral situation.
  ment to bill him as "Jack Benny" to see her photos. He signed her In Cal. last week, Frank Gif- its present political experience under Castro."                    least, intend to read the doctrine
     . The people of show business —Doris Day— to a 12-week con- ford did two TV commercial- ,:-, CALLING THE ROLE—In the highly significant of "separation of church and                                    The injustice of this ought to be apparent to any-
  are so adaptable to quick change,                                     films. He rode the Colorado
                                                                        er's rapids. Then he rode a wild-
                                                                                                           case of Finance Minister Dantas, now acting as Presi- state" in such a way as to permit body who thinks very long, about it. So why not let
 that his intimates immediately        CARMICHAEL                                                                                                                    God to be mentioned in the
 started calling hinr' 7 Jack."                                         bucking Bronco, which tossed dent Goulart's special aid negotiator, the report re- schoolhouses hereafter only under the immoralists take in each other's washing? Why
    Benny almost appeared in a                                          him       If the State Liquor Au- fers to him as "formerly a Fascist, today pro- one's breath.
                                                                        thority denies a license to Le
                                                                                                                                                                                                        not let one set of dream-stuff people pay for the politi-
 Broadway comedy, once—but it                                                                              Communist."                                                         The True Issue
   flopped at the Atlantic City try-                                    Club, it will-change its operation                                                                                              cal give-aways that go to another set? A lottery is just
                                                                                                                                                                                     The First Amendment to the
   out.-The comedy was "Bring On                                                   to a Bottle Club . . . Ed Begley             It points out that "during the meeting of foreign Constitution declares, as to re- the thing to finance the sure-thing addicts who insist
   The Girls," by Morris Ryskind                                                   just received his first Academy
                                                                                   Award nomination for "Sweet
                                                                                                                           ministers in Punta del Este in January, 1962, Dantas ligion: "Congress shall make no on living off federal largesse. And the Puritans among
   and George S. Kaufman . . . Ben-                                                                                                                                                  law respecting an establishment
  ny and Kaufman, incidentally,                                                    Bird Of Youth." Begley's reac-          proposed and defended a co-existence policy with the of religion, or prohibiting the free us would be freed to go on working without that feel-
   later confided their lack of tech-                                              tion to the news was: "Well, it         Castro-Communist regime." Also that while serving last exercise thereof." This is where ing that the only reward for that last ounce of labor .
                                                                                   makes up [or being told there's
   nological knowledge. Benny said
                                                                                  no Santa Claus."
                                                                                                                           year as Foreign Minister, Dantas offered at a Geneva the doctrine of separation arise. is excessive taxation.
   he had no idea what makes a                                                                                                                                                       But surely {he true issue here is
   plane stay up or a car go. Kauf-                                                   Max Shulman, the humorist,           disarmament meeting a nuclear test ban proposal not that someone is trying to
   man shrugged: "That's nothing.                                                  just signed a contract with Harp-       favored by Russia.                                        make an "establishment of re-                REAWAKENED BEAUTY
  I'm still trying to figure out the                                               er's for his new novel, to be de-                                                                 ligion"—namely, to set up one
  hammer."                                                                         livered next year , . . Shulman              Dr. de Verona's report details the amazing role state church superior to all
      He jokes about his violin-play-
                                                                                   is the only American author who         played by Brazil's foreign ministry (under Dantas) in others.
                                                                                   jver changed a book-dedication in       blocking Peru's attempt to turn over evidence to the Surely Ihe true issue involved
   ing, but he really is serious about
                                                                                   its second edition. Once, while
  it. In Venice, once, he had the
                                                                                  the Shulmans were awaiting the           Organization 6f American States linking Cuba "to a here is involved in the latter half
   room next to ours—and each                                                                                                                                                        of that amendment, that forbid-
  morning we could hear him prac-
                                                                                   birth of their fourth child—and         conspiracy of continental dimensions, including Brazil." ding interference with the free
                                                                                   erroneously assumed it would be                             Diplomatic Incident                   exercise of religion.
  ticing the violin for at least an
                                                                                   a fourth boy—he dedicated his                                                                       Any minority, including the
  hour, in preparation for a N. Y.                                                                                              This previously undisclosed diplomatic incident oc- timate minority of one pupil, has
                                                                                   book to his children, "To Daniel,
  appearance still eight weeks off
                                                                                          Peter and Nick"        The       curred last November and involved the discovery of Ihe undoubted right to refuse to
   .. . "The most terrifying mo-
                                                                                  second edition changed "Nick"
  ment," he confided, "is before
                                                                                  lo Martha."
                                                                                                                           highly incriminating documents on the bodies of Cuban participate in any religious exer-
                                                                                                                                                                                     cise. This columnist, for one,
  the curtain rises, when someone                                                                                          officials killed in the crash of a Brazilian plane near would support such a right to the
  backstage yells 'Quiet!'—and you                                                    Peggy Cass will star in Howard
   realize that all the noise is in                                               Teichmann's new show, "Rainy             Lima.                                                     end. But does a minority have
                                                                                  Day In Newark" . . . Jackie                                                                        the right to forbid the majority
  your own head."                                                                                                               When Peruvian authorities announced they were s-ich an exercise, if this be their
                                                                                  Gleason will record the score
          Sophia Loren's Visit                                                                                             turning this damning evidence over to the O.A.S., the faith and choice, on the extra-
                                                                                  from "Papa's Delicate Condition,"
     Sophia Loren is coming to
  N. V. next .month for Ihe pre-
                                                                                  for Capitol Records. He'll sing                                                                              argument that if the
                                                                                                                           Brazilian foreign office exploded with a blistering warn- ordinary do choose to pray this
                                                                                  "I'm      irresponsible" . . . A         ing "The government of Brazil will consider as an somehow invades the rights of
  miere of "Five Miles To Mid-
                                                                                  Broadway prbducer cited a prac-
  night." She'll discuss, with pro-                                                                                        unfriendly act the delivery of these documents to any he minority? If so, what becomes
                                                                                  tical lesson he.received from the
  ducer Hal Prince, a possible
  Broadway role for her . . . Rich-
                                                                                  late Will Morrisscy: "Never give         international organization or to Brazilian authorities of the second half of the First
                                                                                  a man a free ticket—because              other than the Brazilian Ambassador in Lima."
 'and Condon, author of "The Man-                                                                                                                                                            Tenderness, Too?
                                                                                  from that moment on he'll be re-
  churian Candidate," is en route to
  Wash., D. C , from his home in
                                                                                  luctant to pay for another ticket,            In delivering this threatening note, the Brazilian If school children violate the
  Switzerland, to do research for
                                                                                  ever."                                                                                                              voluntary
                                                                                                                           ambassador further announced he had instructions to Constitution by a Divine prayer
                                                                                                                                                                                     acknowledging              Being,
                                                                                            Hemingway Tale
 his next novel . . . Tina Onassis'                                                                                        break diplomatic relations if the documents were not what of singing the Star-Spangled
                                                                                      Morey Callaghan's fascinating
  town-house on Sulton Place is for                                                                                                                                                  Banner in school, having in mind
  sale at $400,000.
                                                                                  new book of reminiscences about          given to him immediately.
                                                    -Turalav, March 5, 1963
     On Tuesday, Billy Reed cele-                                                       (See LYONS, Page 7)                                 (See ALLEN-SCOTT, Page 7)                      (See WHITE, Page 7)
                                                                                                                     Tuets&y, Mtrdi 5, ^963—7

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  Big Battle Due in 1964 As Anniversary                                                                                                                                                                                     Large Family Size
  Medicare Chances Brighten                                                                                                 KEYPORT - On Thursday, the
                                                                                                                         44th anniversary of the founding
                                                                                                                         of the American Legion iri Paris
                                                                                                                         will be celebrated by Rari-
       WASHINGTON — A program majority against the bill down to on medicare until the tax pro- tan Post 23 in the Legion Hall,                                  BRIEFS                                                      MOUTHWASH       WITH THIS COUPON
    of health benefits for the aged one. It seems likely that the posal has been satisfactorily dis 81 West Front St.                                                          WITH THIS COUPON
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    at last be headed for enactment manipulate the slim margin to •The deferral of action until an er of Raritan Post, invited public
    by the 88th Congress. But an get the plan out. Once the bill election year is sure to intensify attendance.
    explosive battle is in store.              teaches . the house floor, its the fight.                                    There will be initiation of mem-
       The proposal has been, around backers count on grass roots                                                        bers. Any member of a Legion
    throughout the postwar years, pressures to bring about pas- President' Kennedy sent Con- Post may be initiated and re-                                      LARGE                                                       SHOP-RITE
    but has never even reached the sage. But the counterpressures ress his 1962 medicare b i l l ceive a certificate of initiation.
    House floor for a vote. Now, will be impressive. The Ameri- Feb. 21 with a new title: the Raritan Post is one of the few
    several factors have made pas- can Medical Association is likely Hospital Insurance Act of 1963. posts that issue this type of
                                                                                                                                                                BROMO                                                       BABY
    sage of the key Kennedy plan to launch its biggest drive yet, In the past, he had requested certificate.
    a strong possibility.                     in the form of newspaper and "health" insurance. The propos- Raritan Post has planned to
                                                                                  al was generally the same as
       The major factor is the Jan. ads, community public relations the one he has endorsed ever award the local police depart-
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    to place two medicare backers paign funding, in what could turn                                                      tion. Each of the fire compa-
                                                                                  but there are a few significant                                                                                                                                i ^ ^
    on the Ways and Means Com- Into a last-ditch effort to kill differences.                                             nies, the Fire Patrol and First Aid
    mittee in place of retiring op- the program.                                                                         Squad will receive a certificate
    ponents. This committee must                         Clear Sailing               These     differences   emerged of meritorious service. A similar                                              ^                                              y(^^
    take first action on such legisla- Once it passes the house, the from the form of a compromise certificate will be given to the                             MEN'S
    tion. Up to now, it has always President's bill should have rel- medicare proposal offered (and Keyport Kiwanis Club and a cer-                                                                                         25 TABLETS
    had a majority against the bill. atively clear sailing.                       defeated) on the Senate floor in tificate of appreciation to the
      The Jan. 14 move brings the The addition of three more 1962 which was worked out by Keyport Weekly.
                                                                                                                                                                WHITE                                                       CORICIDIN
                                             Democratic senators means that Sens. Clinton P . Anderson, D- The police commissioner, fire
                                              the narrow 1962 medicare defe N.Mex. and Jacob K. Javits, R- commissioner and members of                          W O O L SOX                                                 for Children
 Allen-Scott                                  in that chamber isn't likely        N. Y. Several elements of the the Fire Department' and Fire
                                              be repeated. The absence of tl compromise which had not been Patrol have been requested to be
                                                                                  in the President's 1962 bill are present to receive the awards.
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                                                                                  included in this year's measure. Henry W. Ryan, Trenton de-
       Peruvian officials complied, but Okla., the major and powerf
                                                                                     These elements are: a sepa- partment commander of the
    made copies of the documents. medicare opponent in the Senati
    They are now in O.A.S. hands.             also enhances chances for pa: rate Health Insurance Trust Fund, American Legion; Basil Slocum,                                                                                                                   ^
       The de Varona and Hill reports sage.                                       coverage of the estimated two West Long Branch, department
                                                                                                                                                                100 TABLETS
                                                                                  and one-half million aged not eli- vice commander; Joseph Hein-
    list Labor Minister Alfonso as a But while there seems to
    "well-known Communist." Gener- every possibility that the bi gible for Social Security by fi- lein, Eatontown, Monmouth Coun-
    al Silva, who was sent to Cuba will be passed by the 88th Coi nancing their benefits from gen- ty commander, and other depart-
                                                                                                                                                                BAYER'S                                                     CURITY
    by President Goulart during the gress, final action Is unlike] eral revenues of the Treasury ment officers are expected to at-
    October missile crisis, is branded until 1964. .
   as "pro-Castro and pro-Khru- The reason:
                                                                                  and use of private organizations tend.
                                                                                  like Blue Cross to act as "a The program is being arranged
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                                                                                  tweert the Government and hos executive             committeeman       and                  Offer Expire! Sat.. March 8, 1933                           Coupon Limit — On* Per Family
      Dr. de Varona also states that Senate              Finance     Committees
                                                                                  pitals.                               birthday chairman.,                                                                                                Offer Expires Bat., March 9, 1063
   Celso Furtado, one of Goulart's which handle medicare, are like
   top economic planners, "was ly to be involved with the Pres:                      Another compromise          which
   present at the founding of the dent's tax program throughou may be accepted by the admin-                                  A Glamor Puss
   Coroinform In 1947," and "took this year. And the President                    istration while the bill is being
  part in a Communist congress unlikely to press them for acti hammered out is an option for
   held in Mexico in 1949." He is
   also listed as "attending a Com-
                                                                                 beneficiaries to have their bene-
                                                                                 fits paid by a private insurance
                                                                                                                                                                POTATO                                                      Shop-Rife
  munist students' meeting in
  Prague, in 1952."
                                        Lyons                                    company which would be reim-
                                                                                 bursed by the trust fund. This                                                 PEELER                                                      SACCHARIN
                                                          (Continued)            is the one element of l a s
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  grants totaling over a half bil- 'aris"—refers to Hemingway                                                                                                                                            ^
  lion dollars to prevent the col- fierce determination to win                      Another possible compromise
  lapse       of    Brazil's    inflation anything la which he competec is one hinted at last year by
  wrecked economy.                           Anything. I can attest to,thai Ways and Means Committee
      Of this huge sum, Danta from one odd experience wit Chairman Wilbur D. Mills, D-
  wants $240 million from the Hemingway in Paris, half a doze Ark. That would turn over ad-
  World Bank and United Nations years ago. I'd come up ,fror ministration of the medicare pro-
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  economic agencies. The                     Africa, phoned Hemingway an gram to a private, nonprofit
 jnainder would come from the he asked me to come right ove organization such as Blue Cross
  U.S.                                       to his room at the Ritz.            instead, of leaving it with the                                                                                                            PIN BAG
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                                                                                 dent proposed.
  to the U.S. Since 1945, the U.S. blance to a bullfighter—particu
  has given Brazil $1.9 billion in larly Juan Belmonte. "It's b                     But the major points of the
 economic and military and. 01 cause of my long nose, '.'I sai President's proposal are likely to
 this amount, about $200 million . "Yes," he replied. "The nosi                    s retained in the final bill:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            LARGE SIZE
 was in military aid, and the rest You k n o w the legend                           Compulsory uniform national
 In the form of economic grants course? The liver, for fear; thi coverage; Social Security pay-
 loans and surplus farm com- nose, for courage" . . . In tha ment of Inpatient hospital costs
                                                                                                                                                                AUTO                                                        MUM
 modities.                                  case, I told him, I was the brav for a specified period; care in
     WATCHING CUBA-Luls Car- est man he'd ever met. No, h                             skilled nursing ' home, home
                                                                                                                                                                BUTLER                                                      DEODORANT
 los Prestes, secretary general of insisted, his nose was longer. W health care' visits and some out-                                                                         WITH THIS COUPON
 the Brazilian Communist party,             submitted to nose-measurements patient hospital diagnostic serv-                                                                Coupon ijlmlt — One Per Family                                 WITH THIS COUPON
 Is now in Havana. Hds stopover the bridge to the tip. I won, ani ices. Payment would be financed                                                                            Olfer Expires gat., March 9, 1903                       1
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 In Cuba enroute from Moscow laughed.                                           by a one-quarter of one percent
 follows on the heels of a visit to Stangely enough, Hemingwa; raise in the Social Security tax
Havana last month by Francisco              seemed to resent this defeat. H and by an increase in the taxable
Jtliao, leftist leader in north- dropped a piece of soap onto th annual earnings base from $4,800
                                                                                                                             ny X.cavi(, WUcm*.
eastern, firaeil and an avowed floor and suggested a game o to $5,200. These would be the
Communist . . . The Russian ves- kicking-hockey; with the soap a major ingredients of the plan
sel that recently docked in Ha- the puck. He kicked a goal, am which is expected to produce the A new mascot—a most popular
vana to pick up Russian troops we went to dinner . . . But h largest uproar in Congress in one, a Glamor Puss, decked oat
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Series' Final Concert
 Junior Club Entertains                                                      Show Slides                                                                                                        Auxiliary
                                                                             Of Museum                                                                                                          Hears CQ                             Buffalo Philharmonic -
 With One-Act Play                                                                   RED BANK - Slides showing
                                                                                  exhibits in the Daughters of the
                                                                                  American Revolution National                                                                                  Director
     KEYPORT — A one-act play A Braille work night will be Museum in Washington were
  entitled "Heart Throbs" was pre- held Wednesday in the home of shown at a recent meeting of
                                         Mrs. William Wright, Hazlef.             Monmouth Chapter, DAR, in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   FAIR HAVEN - Melvin Stout,
                                                                                                                                                                                                borough Civil Defense director,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     To Appear on March 12
  sented by the eighth grade of the The same three clubs will                                                                                                                                                                       RED BANK — The Monmouth            ra Frontier made their debuts
                                                                                  Red Bank Woman's Club. Among                                                                                  spoke on the part women can                                            with the Philharmonic. -
  Ke-yport School at a recent Fed- jointly hold a lunchson and fash- items shown were articles owned                                                                                                                             Arts Foundation will present its
                                                                                                                                                                                                play in civil defense at a recentfinal concert in the current series      In 1951 when the orchestra cel-
  eration Night program of the ion show March 23 in the Molly by George Washington, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                meeting of the Fait Haven Aux-   on March 11 at 8:39 p.m. in the       ebrated its 15th anniversary, Ra-
  Matawan Junior Woman's Club Pitcher Inn, Red Bank, at 12:30 pieces of Staffordshire china,                                                                                                                                     Carlton Theater when it will spon-    dio Luxembourg transmitted to
                                        p.m. Fashions for this affair, | Sandwich glass and hand-blown                                                                                          iliary to Riverview Hospital.
  in the Raritan fire house.                                                                                                                                                                                                     sor an1 appearance of the Buffalo     all Europe a Buffalo Philharmon-
                                 • j j which will benefit the building glass, much of which had been                                                                                              Mrs. Waldron Kennison dis- Philharmonic Orchestra under the
     Mrs. Barton Hocg presided.!                wi], ^      shown b      s t f >                                                                                                                                                                                       ic concert played'as a tribute
                                                                                  made in New Jersey.                                                                                           cussed birds of Monmouth Coun baton of Joseph Krips.                   to Luxembourg.
  She extended a welcome to Miss                  fiank          an(J A s b
  Lois McLaughhn, New Jersey                                                         The chapter named its dele-
                                                                                                                                                                                                ty and illustrated her talk with In 1936, with help from the              In that same year, Look mag-
                                        Park.                                     gates to the DAR Continental
  State Youth chairman, and Mrs.                                                                                                                                                                slides.                          Federal Works Progress Admin-         azine rated the Buffalo Philhar-
  M. A. Desmond, Fifth District                                                   Congress which will take place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 istration, the orchestra was or-      monic as one of the nation's ma-
                                                                                  in Washington during the week                                                                                   The auxiliary will sponsor a
  advisor. Miss McLaughlin spoke
  on "Youth" and Mrs. Desmond          Name Kenny                                 of April 15. Appointed were Mrs.
                                                                                  Bruce Campbell, regent; Mrs. Ot-
                                                                                                                                                                                                fashion show and luncheon May
                                                                                                                                                                                                13 in the Molly Pitcher Inn, Red
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ganized under the leadership of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Franco Autori. The newly-formed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       jor orchestras.

  on "Federation."                                                                                                                                                                                                               Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
     Olher fjuests attending were
  Mrs.     William    Stemmermann,
                                       Manager At                                 to Kratovil, regent's alternate;
                                                                                  Miss lone Van Buskirk, delegate,
                                                                                                                                                                                                Bank. Fashions will be from the Society collaborated with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                Flora Shoppe and the Mad Hat- WPA and, in 1939, assumed full           Education Unit
                                                                                  and Mrs. George Kondorff, Mrs.                                                                                ter, Red Bank. Mrs. Joseph responsibility when government
  Manasquan       Junior     Woman's
  Club; Mrs. Leon Christinat and       Molly Pitcher                              Herbert Parkell and Mrs. Jacob
                                                                                  B. Rue, alternates.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Dauster is chairman.             support was withdrawn. Regular
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Harold Lartaud, Mrs. schedules of symphonic and pop-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       To Hear
  Mrs. John R. Klein, Matawan
                                                                                     Chapter representatives at the
  Evening Membership Depart-
  ment, and Mrs. Calvin Pearce
                                                                                 New Jersey State Conference in
                                                                                  the State House, Trenton, on
                                                                                                                                                                                                Ray Katzenberger, Mrs. Gerald ular concerts were maintained
                                                                                                                                                                                                Muldoon and Mrs. Edward F. and a series of children's pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                Young were hostesses at the grams was launched in 1940.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dr. Lieberman
  and Mrs. A. J. Durrua, Matawan                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            FREEHOLD—Dr. Myron Liel*
                                                                                 March 14 and 15 will be Mrs.                                                                                   meeting which took place in the
   Woman's Club.
                                                                                 Campbell, Miss Van Buskirk and                                                                                 parish house of Holy Communion William Steinberg, now conduc-            erman, a nationally prominent
     The cast of "Heart Throbs" in-                                                                                                                                                             Episcopal Church.                tor of the Pittsburgh Symphony,
                                                                                 Mrs. Jacob Rue, Jr. At the con-                                                                                                                                                         educator, will address the Mon-
   cluded John Olsen, announcer;                                                                                                                                                                                                 was appointed music director in
                                                                                 vention, Mrs. Henry Pascale,                                                                                                                                                            mouth County Education Associ-
   Jeanann Di Giambattista as Mrs.                                                                                                                                                                                               1945 and the young orchestra be-
                                                                                 chairman of the DAR Good Citi-
                                                                                                                                             Mrs. Raymond V. Dotolo                                                              gan its climb to musical emi-           ation tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the
  Fairchild; Charleen Saurman as
   Scotty; Nancy Gardner as Kitty;
                                                                                 zens Committee, will -present
                                                                                 eight senior high school girls, as                                                                             Clara Tilton                     nence. During the 1946-47 season,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the orchestra made its first tour,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Freehold Regional High School
   Peter Burke as Junior; and Bar-
   bara Gevas as Mrs. Price. The
   campaign members were Patri-
                                                                                 chapter candidates for state Good
                                                                                 Citizenship Awards.               Sandra Hirst Is Bride                                                        Is Engaged                       its first r?dio broadcast, and in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 creased its personnel from 70 to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The Next Ten Years in Edu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cation" will be his topic.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  NEW YORK—Announcement is 81 musicians. Young singers and
   cia Basco, Virginia Brown, Lynn
  Heather, Linda Beatty, and Crys-
  tal Heather. ,
                                                                                         WEEKEND GUESTS
                                                                                     BELFORD — Mrs. Tina Baur-
                                                                                 Iey and children, Susan and Tim-
                                                                                                                   Of Raymond V. Dotolo                                                         made of the engagement of Miss instrumentalists from the Niaga-
                                                                                                                                                                                                Clara Tilton, daughter of Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                                                                Mrs. Minor B. Tilton, 318 New-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            According to Dr. Lieberman,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tremendous strides and changes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         are to take place In this decade.
                                                                                 othy, of New Hyde Park, L.I., ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. - was held Sunday by the bride's
                                                                                 were recent weekend guests of Miss Sandra Louis Hirst, daugh- maternal grandparents Mr. and                    man Springs Rd., Red Bank,          DAR Chapter                             Former educational consultant
 Ulans New                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bassi, 124 ter of Mrs. Theodore J. Hirst, Mrs. George F. Dougherty, in
                                                                                 Seventh St. Mrs. Baurley is Mrs. 48 Parkview Ter., Lincroft, N. J. their home in Newfield, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                N. J., to Robert Neu, son of Otto
                                                                                                                                                                                                Paulus Neu of New York City,        Elects Delegate                      for the Cleveland school system
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and Rand McNally Co., Dr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                and Mrs. Maria Schlesinger of INTERLAKEN - Old Topane- Lieberman is currently at Hof-
 Fort Agency                                                                     Bassi's sister.                       was married here Feb. 16 to The bride and bridegroom are
                                                                                                                      Raymond V. Dotolo, son of Mr. graduates of Middletown Town-
                                                                                                                                                                                                Paris, France.                       mus Chapter, Daughters of the stra College.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   A student at Union Theological American Revolution, elected its He has taught at the University
                                                                                            PLAN DINNER               and Mrs. Vincent Dotolo, 5 ship High School. Mrs. Dotolo is
 Commander                                        James N. Kenny
                                                                                     OCEANPORT - A Iasagna din- Northover PI., Middletown, N.J. employed in the Red Bank of-
                                                                                 ner for the benefit of the Ocean-                                         fice of New Jersey Natural Gas
                                                                                                                                                                                                Seminary in New York, Miss Til- regent Miss Anne Melson Stom- of Illinois, the University of
                                                                                                                                                                                                ton is an alumna of Syracuse mel, Locust, to serve as the chap- Oklahoma, Emory University,
     FORT MONMOUTH -               Col                                           port Public Library building fund D. S. Singleton, justice of the                                              University and studied in Vienna ter's delegate to the state DAR and Yeshiva University, where
   Roman I. Ulans has assumed du           RED BANK - James N. Ken- will take place Thursday at 6 peace, officiated at the double Co. The bridegroom, who at-                                   on a Fulbright Study Grant.          conference March 14-15 in Tren- he was chairman of the Depart-
                                                                                                                                                           tended Monmoulh College, West
  ties as commanding officer oi ny, Glen Ridge, has been named p.m. in the Oceanport School ring civil ceremony in his office. Long Branch, is employed at                                                                           ton, and to the Continental Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mr. °Neu is with Air France ;ress in Washington during East ment of Education.
                                        manager of the Molly Pitcher cafeteria. Mrs. William Thom-
  the U. S. Army Electronics Ma
                                         Inn, according to an announce- son is chairman and Mrs. An- The couple were attended by the J. Kridel store, Red Bank.                                 and is a student at the City Col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     er Week. She will vote as an Among Dr. Lieberman's pub-
  terial Support Agency, here. He                                                                                                                                                               lege of New York.
  had served as the agency's depu-
                                        ment by Harry A. Taylor, Jr., thony Caccavale, yice chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Banden They are making their home                                                                          uninstructed delegate. The group lished works are "The Future of
                                        execulive vice president and gen-                                             of Richmond, Va. A reception at the Northover PI. address.                   An August wedding is planned. met Friday in the home of Mrs. Public Education." "Education
  ty commanding officer since eral manager of the Hotel Subur-
  Sept. 1961, and succeeds Col ban System.                                                                                                                                                                                           Edward C. Sutton, 726 Bridlemere as a Profession" and "T h e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Cultural Dynamics of Public
  Howard E. Price who recently
  retired from the Army.                   Mr. Kenny assumed his new
                                        duties last week.
                                           He, had been general manager
                                                                                   New Tax Law Inspires Home Parties                                                                                                                 Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Miss Stommel announced that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the chapter had qualified for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            He is education consultant for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Nation, and has contributed
                                                                                     NEW YORK (AP)-When the been overcome, assert the advo- drawn plans for more t h a n                        ners and cookouts," says York.       national honor roll as it has for
                                        of the Military Park Hotel, New-                                                                                                                                                                                                 articles to the Harvard Educa-
                                        ark, since 1949. Previously he
                                                                                 cook and the maid packed off cates of a busier doorbell. To- 100,009 constructed homes.                        "Now I think there'll be more the previous five years.                   tional Review, The Year Book
                                                                                 to the factories for higher wages, day's answer to the vanished "The tendency in recent years                  business-type cocktail parties."       The two new members were of Education and Progressive
                                        was associated with the Hotel
                                                                                  families abandoned their ball- servant is the catering service has been to entertain in an in-                          •tarn Them In?             welcomed. They are Mrs. Ed- Education.
                                        Lane, Denver, Colo.
                                                                                 room-equipped Victorian t o w n which delivers hot food, silver, formal way," he says. "Just                      Society Orchestra leafier Ron- ward F. Clark, Jr., and Mrs.
                                           The Molly Pitcher Inn, which houses for smaller accommoda- crystal, chairs, maids and bar-                                                                                                                                       The lecture is sponsored by
                                                                                                                                                           about every house being built        ald Haas does not believe small •harles Pierson, Connell, Avon.
                                        opened in 1929, recently has un tions and hustled their guests tenders at the backdoor minutes                                                                                                                                    the Professional      Improvement
                                                                                                                                                           now has a small formal living        houses, not even apartments, are They received handbooks of the
                                        dergone considerable expansion )ff to the restaurants and night before the guests are at the front                                                                                                                               Committee of the county Edu-
                                                                                                                                                           area and a much larger informal      an excuse anymore for not enter- history of the 73-year-old national
                                       and improvements.                          ;Iubs.                              door. Needless to say, society family room type of thing with                                                                                      cation Association. B e r n a r d *
                                          Mr. Kenny is a native of                                                                                                                              taining at home. Didn't his teen- organization.
                                                                                     That's how cafe society was caterers such as the onetime glass sliding doors that let the                                                                                           Loigman, a member of the Mon-
                                       Brooklyn, N. Y. He is married                                                                                                                            age daughter recently jam 115 The chapter will meet again
                                                                                  lorn.                               Russian Prince Alex Obolensky, crowds overflow into the patio                                                                                      mouth Regional High School
                                       and has four children. He is a                                                                                                                           youngsters into his seven-room March 29 in the home of Mrs.
                                                                                     Today the pattern of social are rubbing their hands gleefully in nice weather." J                          apartment for a non-deductible Henry DeLand Strack, Locust,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         faculty, is committee chairman.
                                       U. S. Navy veteran of World War
                                                                                  ife is again on the brink of at the prospect.                              However, with new entertain-       school party?
                                       ir.                                       :hange, some pacesetters be-                                                                                                                        when a report on the Trenton!
                                                                                                                                House Changes?             ment tax regulations York be-           Full of Old World graciousness conference will be submitted.                  HONOR STUDENTS
                                                                                  ieve. The impetus this time is Gone is the Victorian ballroom lieves that future house builders
                                                                                                                                                                                                himself, Haas is eager for this                                            HIGHTSTOWN-Three Monmouth
                                      Get Judgment                               ;he current crackdown On busi- but America's maidless, mechan- will ask for even larger recrea-
                                                                                 less entertainment expense as ized,            moderate-sized    modern tion rooms with a built-in bar
                                                                                                                                                                                                social change even though it may
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Teaching Post               County students were named
                                                                                                                                                                                                mean his red-coatedmen must                                               to the honors list at The Peddie
                                      In Crash Suit                               ax deductions.
                                                                                          Pretty Homebodies
                                                                                                                     homes offer adequate facilitites and storage areas for party
                                                                                                                      for 'entertaining, claims Herman equipment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                set up their music in bedrooms,                                           School for the past marking peri-
                                          FREEHOLD-Horace C. Sully, While it is not likely that din- S. York, an architect who has "We've been having buffet din-                               on stairways in pantries and on                                           od. They were James P. Mari-
                                        257 Branchport          Ave.,     Long ner and show spots will be                                                                                       mosquito - infested    patios    al-                                     nell, 199 Pinckney Rd., Little
                                       IBranch, injured m a two-car col- a b a n d o n e d as a source of                                                                                       though they have played at the                                            Silver; Clarence C. Rice, Jr., 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                White House and for kings and
                                        lision on Ocean Ave., Sea Bright, pleasure (especially to out-of-
                                         June 14, 1961 was awarded $2,- town business contacts), the
                                         235 Thursday in a judgment ap- style makers foresee a big boom
                                                                                                                   Jesuit Priest to Lead                                                        princes, hi s men have played in
                                                                                                                                                                                                 these places before.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Lincoln Cir., Middletown, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Frederick R. Wagner of Dog-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         wood La., Lincroft.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Hostesses are already ignor-
          Col. Roman I. Ulans            proved by Superior Court Judge in deductible parties at home.
                                         Gene R. Mariano.
     Col. Ulans, Pipersville, Pa., re- The action was against Daniel H switch of entertainment scenes
                                                                                                                   A Day of Recollection
                                                                                      Placing his blue chips on this                                                                             ing their stereos for real, live
                                                                                                                                                                                                 musicians, he says. "Not for full
                                                                                                                                                                                                 orchestra, just two or three men,
  ported to Fort Monmouth from McMillan, a soldier formerly sta- is the acknowledged king of
                                                                                                                          FAIR HAVEN — Rev. Charles                                              or even one strolling musician
  Teheran, Iran, where he was Sig- tioned at Fort Monmouth and American couturiers, Norman
                                                                                                                       F.. Dolan of St. Peter's Col-                                             It's kind of a party status sym-
  nal adviser to the Imperial Iran- now assigned in Texas. Georgi Norell. He devoted a consider-
                                                                                                                       legs, Jersey City, will be retreat-                                       bol."
  ian Gendarmerie, for two years. Arvanitis of Asbury Park rove- able portion of his spring collec-
                                                                                                                       master at a Day of Recollection                                                    Things to Know
" During his last year there, he sentcd Mr. Sn"«.                                  'ion to spectacular home apparel March 12 here in Nativity Catho-
 was president of the American ' i r t e r of Asbury Park, the do. i which the executive's wife                                                                                                     Deductible parties are n o t
                                                                                                                       lic Church, Hance Rd.                                                     without red tape. Uncle Sam sug-
  school. For his services with the fondant.                                       ;non-deductible on a night club
                                                                                                                                                                                                 gests that the hostess file away
  Imperial Iranian Gendarmerie, Judge Mariano also ap^iiu,                         tour) could glamorously receive The Lenten event, beginning
                                                                                                                                                                                                 her guest list on which she has
  he was awarded the second Oak an uncontested judgment award- her husband's business guests. at 10 a.m." and continuing through
                                                                                                                                                                                                 noted each person's'' importance
  Leaf Cluster to the Army Com- ing $1,000 to Emerson Griffin, Of the same social point of 4 p.m., is being sponsored by the                                                                                                                                                for . . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                 to the family's'fiscal picture
  mendation Medal.                       288 Drummond Ave., Neptune, in- view are a half dozen other de- alumnae of the colleges of Man-
                                                                                                                       hattanvilte, Trinity, Marymount,                                          just in case. Bills substantiating                                         • Draperies     • Slipcovers
     With previous assignments in jured last June 4, when struck signers who utilized Fashion                                                                                                    the high cost of the . high life                                              Bedspreads • Curtains
  Japan and Korea, from 1951 to by a car driven by Edgar Young, Press Week activites last Janu- h e s t n u t Hill and Georgian                                                                  are also handy to have.                                                    • Shades ,      • Blinds
  1954, Col. Ulans, in 1951 was chief 250 Myrtle Ave., Neptune, on ary to demonstrate for style Court, and is open to women in-                                                                     He's churlish about ringing in                                           Complete Installation Service
  of the planning group of the Unit- Springwood Ave., tyeptune. The writers impressive ways to dress terested in the program which                                                               purely social friends, even party
                                                                                   in order to reflect well on the will include Mass, spiritual in-                                                                                                                           SHOP-AT-HOME-SERVICE
  ed Nations Civil Assistance Com- judgment also included $1,475 for                                                                                                                             crashers. According to the Inter-        Miss Norma Montemuro
                                                                                   head of household without leav- struction and private prayer. At-                                                                                                                                  747-4422
  mand in Korea. In 1952, he was the child's mother, Mrs; Rhodine                                                                                                                                nal Revenue, a portion of. the en-                             I
                                                                                   ing the threshhold.                 tendance at the complete day's
  awarded the Bronze Star for his Emerson, for expenses.                                                                                                                                         tertainment cost musf be de-           MIDDLETOWN - Miss Nor-
  performance of duty with the Patrick Mason of Asbury Park                                 No Servants B u t -        program is not compulsory.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ducted for all personal friends ma Montemuro, head of the high
  planning group arid as secretary represented the Griffins.                          Most of the old handicaps have Father Dolan, a Jesuit, broad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 or members of the family in at- school Language Arts Depart-
  of the General Staff, Korean                                                                                         casts weekly over the ABC net-                                            tendance.                            ment, has been appointed by
  Communications Zone.                                                                                                 work on the "Christian in Action"
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Nor will a soft sell technique Newark State College to teach a

          ON DEAN'S LIST
                                          Miss Schwarz To Wed                                                          program ahd annually On the
                                                                                                                       NBC network on the "Catholic
                                                                                                                                                                                                 please Uncle Sam at a for-busi- course on American Literature.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ness- reasons -party.    Ambitious The course, will be given in the
     MEDFORD, Mass. - A Sea KEANSBURG —Announcement PFC. Balsamo attended Middle- Hour." He also is heard on the                                                  Rev. Charles F . Dolan         families must ingratiate them- college's extension school divi-
  Bright student was named to the is made by Mr. and Mrs. Harry wn Township High School and Sacred Heart Program on both                                                                         selves to potentially good con sion.                                       468 Broad St., Shrewsbury
  dean's list at Tufts University. Schwarz, 55 Snyder Ave., of the                                                     radio and television.                                                     tacts     at   "Let's-not-talk-busi    Miss Montemuro received her
                                                                                      stationed at the Marine base at                                                                                                                                                               Dally 9 to 5:30
     Peter R. Thompson, 3 Rumson engagement of their daughter, uanticp, Va.                                               He conducts       retreats   for                                        ness" gatherings at their own bacheloV's degree from St. Eliz-                       Fri. 'tU S
  Rd., was placed on the list for Miss Margaret D. Sohwarz, to                                                         priests, nuns, laity and parish                                            expense.                            abeth's College, Convent ^Station,
  high academic standing during Private First Class Joseph Charles                                                     missions. An alumnus of St.                                                  "The entertainment expense,'      and her master's degree from
  the first semester.                     Balsamo, U. S. Marine Corps.                                                 Peter's College, he has spent                                              says the B u r e a u spokesman Columbia University. She
     Mr. Thompson is in the Col- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.                                                          several years studying in Europe                                          "must be directly related to th< working on her doctorate at Rut-
  lege of Engineering at the uni- Joseph Balsamo, 1 Park Ave.,                                                         and taught classics and modern None of us can ever forget                  conduct of business."               gers University.
  versity.                               Port Monmouth.                                                                 languages at Xavier High School, the prayerful words: "Give us
                                           The bride-elect, a graduate of
     There's no Trick to Having Ex- Middletown             Township
  tra Cash. You Get it Fast When School, is a legal secretary for
                                                                                                                       New York City, and,, Canisius this day our daily bread." To
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                                                                                                                           Mrs. Mary H. Smith of Little those immortal words are a
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    Adam and Eve                                                          Spring and Summer Paradox                                                                                                                     Benefit Event
          Divorce Protocol Paris Warms U p Cold Shoulders Junior Service League
     (Do you have a personal              Dear Puzzled:                       By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON                 On the surface it would appear people as they are on the lithe And many, many more drop
   question or problem? Send it
   to Adam or Eva Lowell or both,
   as you prefer. For a personal,
                                             He's like a foxhunter; the
                                          chase i 5 more exciting to. him NEW YORK (AP) - Paris ing typically quixotic, stitching serts and lack of exercise always from the yoke.
                                          than capturing his prize.
                                                                                   AP Fashion Writer             that tihose Frenchmen were be- young First Lady. Extra des- from the shoulder, or extend
                                                                           fashion arrived here a month aft- voluminous yardage onto the show up there first. Worse, up- Yves Saint-Laurent, Balenci-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Plans Follies of 1963
   unpublished reply, enclose a                                     Adam er its debut in a sealed off sec- shoulder to be worn when wom- per arm flaboiness betrays a aga, Hugh de Givenchy, Nina RUMSON - "The Follies" will In 1956. It was a one-night stand
   stamped, self-addressed enve-             But he's only outfoxing him- tion of a jet, in wax cartons en- en least need them, in summer. woman's age quicker than her Ricci, Coco Chanel, Marc Bohan be presented again this year by with more than 1,700 persons at-
   lope. Mail to Adam and Eve,            self.                            veloped in heavy duty brown Why cover up a two-weeks- driver's license.                                       of Dior, Pierre Balmain — al the Junior Service League of Red tending. The production in 1957
   c/o this newspaper.)                                               Eve paper, or hung on racks in heavy with-pay-tan? Why shut out the Besides, , tans aren't always battled for fashion supremacy U Bank.                                                   on two nights brought out 2,866,
                                                                           wrappings to preserve their merest waft of a breeze? Oddly, uniform and golden. Oddly cut the supreme capital of style, and Plans are under way for a 1964 Proceeds from these two years
                                        DEAR ADAM:                         lines and identity.                   the some women who now ask bathing suits leave strange white each in his individual way.                                                       amounted to 518,000 which bene-
                                           Ever since your column has What was tih* big secret?                  this      incredulously shivered patches, and blister peeling sun- And each one agreed on presentation of the gala revue fited the Riverview Hospital Ped-
      My husband and I have been been printed in our newspaper 1 Sleeves.                                        bravely through the winter with burn leaves unfavorable impres- sleeves for summer.                        using local talent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                iatrics Wing.
   separated about three months. We have wondered what type of per- Slavishly fashionable women nothing but goose pimples from sions.                                                                                          Always a popular social event At the third "Follies" in 1959,
   have threg children. I am start- son you are to attract such a per- haven't seen any for a long their shoulders to finger tips.                      At any rate sleeves are in.                                         in the county, the Follies in the also two performances, agencies
    ing divorce proceedings. I also sonable and comely gal as Eve time, not since Mrs. John F. Ken- Of course, fashion, being a Most look compro'misingly cool                                                              past has helped raise thousands benefited from the • proceeds of
    started to,go to square dances Now I am beginning to under- nedy, America's pacesetter, en* womanly thing, can be rational- in diaphanous fabrics with plenty                                                           of dollars for local charities. All some $10,000. These were Cere-
    on Saturday nights and there I stand. Every marriage should braced "nothing" dresses and ized                                                    of elbow room. Some are long,                                          proceeds will go into the League's bral Palsy Nursery "School, Fam-
   met this fellow who seems very have a pro and con, because op- shell blouses that do without Upper arms, for example, are slim, and tailored. Some are set                                                               Community Fund, This fund is ily and Children's Service, and
   nice. He wants to take me out. posites attract. From your own them.                                    „» not as firm and shapely on all                 Some are a part of a cape.                                      one of important sources of mon- the Children's Psychiatric Cen-
   I would like to go out with him, sentiments and feelings as ex                                                                                                                                                           ey for the advancement of social, ter.
   but don't know if I should before pressed in your comments, i                                                                                                                                                            education, cultural and civic ac- The most recent production was
   1 get my divorce. What do you glean that you are a Milquetoast                                                                                                                                                           tivities in the county.
   think?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       held in 1961 on Thanksgiving
                                         type, that you love your wife                                                                                                                                                         The first league "Follies" was weekend.
                            Wondering more than she loves you, that you
     Dear Wondering:                     follow her lead, and therefore
       Until your divorce is final you are misnamed, because an
     you're still a married woman, Adam should be a leader.
     and married women don't have Wouldn't it be a better world if
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wedding in Des Moines
     "dates." Instead of going to Adam, way back in the Garden                                                                                                                                                                 DES MOINES, Iowa - Miss with a fitted bodice? scoop neck-
     square dances alone, stay home of Eden, had taken Eve across                                                                                                                                                           Linda Elaine Lyon, daughter of line, long pointed sleeves and a
     and take care of your three his knees and spanked her?                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. R, Wayne Lyon, front panel of applique and seed
     children. Even a square dance         I am a man and have been                                                                                                                                                         this place, becam* the bride of pearls that extended to the bouf-
     can lead to a dangerous tri- married 21 years, and take it                                                                                                                                                             PFC. Edward Willis Bilderback, fant skirt. Her elbow-length vtil
     angle.                              from me: women love to be dom-                                                                                                                                                     U. S. Army, son of Dr. and Mrs. of illusion was held by a crown
               1                                                                                                                                                                                                            Edward J. Bilderback, 119 First of seed pearls and she carried a
                     Adam and Eve inated, love to be manhandled
                                         love virile men. It is up to you,                                                                                                                                                  St., Keyport, N. J., Feb. 22.       cascade bouquet of white garde-
   DEAR ADAM AND EVE:                    Adam, to protect male rights in                                                                                                                                                       Rev. John Rool officiated at ias.
                                         your column, to assert our orig-                                                                                                                                                     ie ceremony here in the West- Miss Christene Lyon, Des
      Can you tell me what's wrong lal inalienable rights, to wit:
   with this friend of mine? I think 'e will gladly give our women                                                                                                                                                          minster Presbyterian Church.        Moines, sister of the bride, was
   he needs a good kick in the pants. just what they deserve, either a                                                                                                                                                         The bride was given in mar- the maid of honor. Her street-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            riage by her father. She wore a length gown was of pale yellow
      This man and his wife have kiss on the cheek or a kick in                                                                                                                                                             white silk taffeta gown designed taffeta. She wore a matching
   been married for some time. She the pants; either a hug-pat or a                                                                                                                                                                                             pillbox headpiece with a brief
    is very pretty and a good wom- firm squeeze around the neck                                                                                                                                                                                                 veil and carried a colonial bou-
    an. My wife agrees with me on with both hands!
   that. But her husband is a con- Now I dare you to publish this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Places First                           quet of daisies.
    stant flirt. Every time he sees in your column.                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dean Parrel:, Des Moines, un-
    another woman he acts as if he's
   a teenager on the prowl. He only Dear Mr. Male:
                                                                  Mr. Male                                                                                                                                               In Contest                             cle of the bride, served as best
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                man. Ushers were Robert Lyon,
   does this when his own wife isn't                                                                                                                                                                                           RUMSON - Winner of the brother of the bride, and Steven
                                             We hope your wife likes to be                                                                                                                                                  Betty Crocker American Home- Long, both of Des Moines.
    around. When he's standing on dominated and manhandled. ARMLOADS OF STYLE— Long gown by Pierre Cardin, at left, has embroidered bod
   the street and a girl or woman Not all women do. Nor do all                                                                                                                                                              maker of Tomorrow contest at
   walks by he stares as if he'd men feel such a need to 'prove" ice and sleeves that drip with bugle beads like icicles. At right, Antonio Cas-                                                                            Rumson-Fair Haven Regional A reception was held in the
   never seen a female before. What their maleness! Too often this tillo of Lanvin puffs sleeves way out on polka dot bolero jacket worn over black or-                                                                     High School is Lynn W. Dusin- church lounge. Following a wed-
   do you think is wrong with him? reflects self-doubt.                                                                                                                                                                     berre, daughter of Mayor and ding trip, the couple will be at
                                                                             ganza gown of the tame bold print.                                                                                                             Mrs. Peter deK. Dusinberre of home in an apartment at 119
                                                                    Adam                                                                                                                                                    Fair Haven.                         First St., Keyport.
                                                                                                                                                                                         WINGS FOR A LADY—Cape                 Miss Dusinberre scored first in The bride was graduated from

        Bridal Fashion Show                                                         Clubwomen Display Treasures                                                                                                             her school in a test on home Roosevelt High School, Des
                                                                                                                                                                                         sleeves on a jacket with the making given to all senior girls Moines, attended the University
                                                                                                                                                                                         back tapering to a point on Dec. 4. Her paper has been of Iowa and is a member of the
                                                                             RED BANK — The Aim,
                                                                                     BANK -                                                             The
                                                                                                     AmejS^an made quilt shown by Mrs. Lewis The club will host the F: Dis-    Fifth                                        entered In competition with those junior class at Douglass College,
      LONG BRANCH - A bridal 12:30 p.m. in Auxiliary Hall of home department of the' Re\l Pruder which had been made by trict Drama Festival March 19 makes this navy,, green and of other high school winners in New Brunswick.
   fashiona show with gowns from the hospital.                                                                   her mother.                         in the Civic Auditorium of the orange tartan wool suit by the state.
    Bamberger's will be presdented Mrs. Harvey Miner, Little Bank Woman's Club held a pro- The art department is meeting M o n m o u t h Shopping Center,                                                                                                         The bridegroom was graduated
    Friday at a luncheon sponsored Silver, is chairman. Decorating gram on hobbies and treasures                                                     Eatontown. Mrs. Robert Lock-
                                                                                                                                                                                         Jules Crahey of Nina Ricci Miss Dusinberre was one of the from Keyport High School and
    by the Service League of the commitee members are Mrs. last week in the clubhouse un- today and the arts and crafts de- wood, Fifth District d r a m a a memorable fashion event. winners in the 1963 Youth Schol- attended Rutgers University,
   Monmouth Medical Center.                                                der the direction of Mrs. Payson partment, tomorrow at 1 p.m.                                                                                    arship Contest sponsored by the He will leave March 21 for a
                                         Samuel Barr, Mrs. Paul Pepper Lyman.                                     'Gothic and Renaissance Archi- chairman for the New Jersey
                                         and Mrs. Jack Neches, all of Among the Items exhibited was tecture" will be the topic of guest S t a t e Federation of Women's                                                     Red Bank Lodge of Elks and al- tour of duty in Korea.
      The event will take place at
                                         Deal. Members of the luncheon                                           speaker Mrs. Wiilard T. Sc-mer- Clubs, and a second vice presi-
                                        committee are Mrs. Charles a watercolor by Miss Mildred ville at tomorrow's meeting.                                                         Pick Theme                             so was the winner of the Elks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            leadership contest. Tied for first        PLAN CARD PARTY
  Club Dance                            Gogel, Red Bank; Mrs. Ruben Brownell, a former draftsman; . A play, "Florence Unlimited," preside.
                                        Weiss, West End, and M r s . 200-year-old American hand-
                                                                                                                                                     dent of the Red Bank club, will

                                                                           woven linen cloth owned by Mrs. will be presented March J5 at a On Clubwoman's Day, March                 Of Benefit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            place in her class, she is a Na- MATAWAN - The Business
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tional Merit Scholarship semi- and Professional Women's Club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            finalist and is a member of the of.Matawan will sponsor a card
                                        Arthur Hect, Pbrtaupeck.
  To Benefit                                                               E. P . Findley; a pair of 100r meeting beginning with tea at 21, a bus will leave from the
                                           Hostesses will be Mrs. Carl year-old bisque figurines owned 1 p.m. by members of the drama Red Bank Woman's clubhouse                     Style Show
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            National Honor Society and the party and fashion show March
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            History Honor Society. She is ed- 11 at the Poets Inn, Freneau, at
                                        Olson, Deal; Mrs. Harry Vine by Mrs. Lyman, and a hand- department.                                                                                                                 itor of the high school yearbook 8 p.m.
  Retarded                              bur, West Long Branch, and
                                        Mrs. Lawrence Gaine, West End.
                                                                                                                                                     at 8:30 a.m. for Hahne's, Newark.
                                                                                                                                                     Mrs. Edward H. Ludeman, Red RUMSON-"Univ>ersal Spring" and senior treasurer of the Stu- Mrs. Joan Ann Yura ol the
                                                                                                                                                     Bank, is in charge of reserva- has been chosen as the theme dent Government Association. Matawan Drug Company was in-
      RED BANK — The welfare de-
                                                                                                                                                                                         of the annual fashion show of She has been accepted at troduced as a new member at a
   partment^ the Evening Depart-
    ment of the Red Bank Woman's
   Club will hold its annual benefit  Jaycee-ettes                         Patricia Kalandar Wed                                                     tions. '
                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. Charles Toop, a member the Navarumsunk Auxiliary of Wellesley College.
                                                                                                                                                     of the Red Bank club, will pre- the Family and Children's Serv-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                recent meeting.

   dance Saturday at 10 p.m. in the
   Willowbrook Inn, Fair Haven.
   Proceeds will benefit the Mon-
                                      Entertain                             To Joseph Paone, Jr.                                                     side at tlie March 26 American ice of Monmouth County.
                                                                                                                                                     Home Day at the Asbury Park
                                                                                                                                                     Woman's Club, as Fifth District Mrs. William Ryan, Fair Ha-
   mouth Counfy Unit, New Jersey
   Association for Retarded Chil-
   dren, Red Bank.
                                      Trenton Unit                                                                                                                                       ven, ways and means chairman,
                                                                             SOUTH AMBOY—Miss Patricia sleeves and a scoop neckline and American home chairman for the reported on plans for the event
                                                                           Margaret Kalandar, niece of Mr. tiny pearls were centered in me- federation.
                                           RARITAN TOWNSHIP — The and Mrs. Charles Zdorowski, 203 dallions ol lace throughout the Mrs. Lyman B. Lockwood, which will take place March 28
      Mrs. William Rooney, Fair Ha- Raritan Bay Area Jaycee-Ettes Grand St., Morgan, became the gown. Her shoulder-length veil Shrewsbury, is chairman of the at 12:30 p.m. in the Deal Coun-
   ven, is chairman of the event rolled out the "welcome mat" bride of Joseph John Paone, Jr., of illusion was held in place by a club's dinner dance March 30. try Club. Mrs. George Tamblyn,
   which vill have a St. Patrick' for Trenton Chapter' members on Feb. 23 here in the Sacred wreath of peariized stephanotis. The social hour will be from 7 Jr., 35 Buena Vista Ave., was
   Day theme. Vito Marascio and at a meeting recently at Buck Heart Catholic Church.                             She carried a cascade bouquet of to 8 p.m. Dinner is at 8. Mrs. hostess to the group here last                                                             OF RED BANK
   his orchestra will provide music Smith's Restaurant, East Keans-                                             white roses, gardenias and steph- Irwin Schlosser, Shrewsbury, is week.
   for dancing. Mrs. Michael Pas- burg.                                      The bride is the daughter of anotis.                                                                                                                                                           24 BROAD ST.
                                                                                                                                                     in charge of reservations.             Bamberger's will present a col-
   ter, Fair Haven, is vice chair- Mrs. Doris Cagney, president James D. Bishop, 4 Sanford Ave., Mrs. Richard Dowling, Car-                                                              lection of spring fashions at the
   man.                                                                    Englishtown, and the late Mrs.
                                        of the Trenton group, attended Grace Bishop: The bridegroom's teret, was matron of honor. Miss                                                   luncheon, featuring international
      Mrs. Michael J. Rafferty, Lit- with four of her members. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paone, re- Joan Miller, Perth Amboy, and
   tle Silver, is chairman of tickets "welcome mat" is the Jaycee- side at 246 Greenwood Dr., Cliff- Miss Jeanette Paone, Cllffwood
                                                                                                                                                 Mardi Gras                              styles.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Committee chairmen are Mrs.
   and reservations, assisted b; Ettes version of "Roll the Bar- wood Beach.
   Mrs. Henry Labrecque, Red rel," the Jaycees' visitation pro-
                                                                                                                Beach, sister of the bridegroom,
                                                                                                                served as bridesmaids. Their red Attracts 150
   Bank. Mrs. Carl Anderson, Fai gram for the promotion of inter- Rev. Myron Gayda performed velvet street-length gowns were MIDDLETOWN - More than John G. Stewart, Rumson, lunch-
                                                                                                                                                                                         G o r d o n Montgomery, New
                                                                                                                                                                                         Shrewsbury, decorations; Mrs.
   Haven, is in charge of decora chapter fellowship and the ex-             he double ring ceremony.            styled with scoop necklines and 150 costumed masqueraders at- eon; Mrs. Ernest Thompson;
   tions.                               change of ideas.                     Mr. Zdorowski gave his niece long sleteves. They wore match- tended ..the first annual Mardi Fair Haven, special projects;
                                           Richard Grady, teacher of in marriage. She wore a white ing bow headpieces and carried Gras night at Bamm Hollow Mrs. Alfred Beck, Jr., Rumson,
                                        special classes at Raritan Town- velvet gown which terminated in heart-shaped bouquets of white Country Club here recently.                      reservations; Mrs. Mark Allison,
  Tea Honors                            ship High School, discussed re- a chapel-length train. The fitted carnations and roses.                                                          and Mrs. Norman Moody, both
                                                                                                                                                        The Mardi Gras will be an an- of Fair Haven, tickets and gifts,
                                        tarded children, their problems bodice was designed with long Richard Dowling, Carteret, was
  California!!                          and what is being done for them.                                                                              nual highlight of the club's so- and Mrs. Tamblyn, hostesses.
                                                                                                                 best man. Ushers were Kenneth cial calendar.
      LEONARDO—The homeof Mrs, Guests included Mrs. Richard                                                      Elyen, South Amboy, and Thom-
   Clinton Pierson King, Leonard- Grady, Mrs. Robert Leigh and
                                                                          Bnai Brith                            as Maser, Woodbridge, cousin'of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Squiliare,
                                                                                                                                                      Interlaken, were crowned king
   ville R6\, was the scene of a tea Mrs. Thomas McKee.
   held recently in honor of Mrs. Mrs. Robert Weldon, president
                                                                                                                 the bride.
                                                                                                                                                                                     To Attend
                                                                                                                                                      and queen and assisted the judges
   Paul H. Rogers of Los Altos, of the local chapter, announced
                                                                          Picks Slate                               A reception followed in Whitey's in presenting awards to the win-
                                                                                                                Hall, Perth Amboy. The couple ners. Prizes were clock radios
   Calif. Mrs. Rogers is the mother that all future meetings will be
   of Mrs. Harry Roy Sorensen, wifi held at the Community Center KEYPORT - Leo Weinstein, left afterwards for a wedding trip and dress sweaters.
   of Rev. Sorensen, rector of Al Building, Middle Rd.                                                           to Florida.
                                                                           Matawan attorney, was the guest They will reside at 477 Jansen Winners were Mr. and Mrs. RED BANK — A 30-member
   Saints^Episcopal Church, Nave-                                          speaker at a meeting of the Aye- Ave., Avenel.                             Jules Fischette, Lincroft, dressed delegation representing the Mon-
   sink.                                                                   let Chapter, Bnai Brith Women, The bride attended Sayreville as King Bee and a rose bush, mouth County Organization for
      Guests included Mr. and Mrs.    List Winners                         held recently in the United He- High School and the bridegroom            selected for outstanding costumes SociaL Service here-will-attefii]
   Arthur Brower, Mrs. Eugeni
   Rabourdin, Mrs. Harold Maxon,      At Masquerade                        brew Congregation.                   attended Middlesex County Voca- and- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick the governor's conference
..-Mrs—Mary—Despreaii;- and Miss MATAWAN — The'Business                      Mr. Weinstein discussed "The tional and Technical High School, Pitschke, Littk Silver, most orig- community nursing services to-
                                                                                                                                                      inal as Dr. Ben Casey and nurse.
   Mildred De -Vesty, Navesink. and Professional Women's Club Importance of Making a Will." A Perth Amboy. He served in the Robert Pisani, Red Bank; Mrs. morrow in the War Memorial
   Mrs. William Cullman, Mr. and of Matawan held a Mardi Gras              question period followed.            Air Force.                                                               Building in Trenton.
                                                                                                                                                      Richard Brooks, Sea Girt; Mrs.
   Mrs. Carlyle Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Masquerade in the Magnolia Inn Mrs. Saul Diamond, chairman Both are employed by Metro Quentin Mertens, Manasquan, Members of the MCOSS board
   Kenneth Meinert, and Mrs. Wai recently.                                 of the nominating committee, Glass Co., Carteret.                          and Mrs. Irwin Schlosser, Shrews- members, staff and representa'
   dron Smith, Atlantic Highlands; Miss Kathleen Merritt, chair- presented the new slate of of-                                                       bury were chosen for funniest lives of six of its auxiliaries—
   Mrs. Earl De Vesty, Locust, and man, announced prize winners ficers:                                                                               costumes.                          Middletown, K b
                                                                                                                                                                                         Middlt                      fJh
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Keansburg, S j
   Miss Minada Viering and Miss for costumes. Judging were Mrs Mrs. Howard Maimed, presi-
   Doretta Viering, Leonardo.
                                                                                                              Engagement                                Dixieland music was provided ern, Bodman, Western and H o W
                                        John Barber and Jack Van Pelt, dent; Mrs. Carl Spieler, vice pres-                                            and the dining room was deco- del, Colts Neck and Raritan^
                                        Matawan. A wine red velvet cos- ident in charge of fund raising;
                                       tume with matching plume worn Mrs. Carl Feller, vice president
                                                                                                              Announced                               rated in a New Orleans theme, will meet.a caravan transporta
                                                                                                                                                      with each table bearing the name tion group at the Freehold traffic
        REMEMBER!                       by Mrs. Joyos Chasey was in charge of membership; Mrs. KEYPORT —Mr. and Mrs. of a famous New Orleans land- circle tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. Reg-
                                       judged the prettiest. Frank Let Jerry Shapiro, vice president, Andrew Hemmerlin, 116 Broad mark. A buffet dinner was served istration is at 10 a.m. in Trenton.
       ALL YOU CAN EAT!                wenske was judged the most program; Mrs. Robert Kingsley, St., announce the engagement of featuring specialties of prominent Guest speaker at the morning
                                       original and John Thaler, funni- financial secretary; Mrs. David their daughter, Miss Janice New Orleans restaurants.                             session will be Dr. C. Byron
        • Breakfast        $1.25                                           Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Leonard Hemmwlin, to Herbert Konish,
                                       est.                                                                                                                                              Blaisddl of Deal who will speak
        • Lunch            $1.00                                            ioldberg, recording secretary; Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert The next social scheduled at on "The Community Nurse As
        • Dinner           $1.50            STRATHMORE MEETING             Mrs. Aaron Bernstein, corre- Konish, Sr., 1311 Rt. 36, Union Bamm Hollow will be on March An Aid lo the Physician."
                                                                                                                                                      16 when a St. Patrick's Day din-
                                           MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - The sponding secretary; Mrs. Irving Beach.                                              ner-dance featuring a corned Miss Wlnona Darrah, president
                                       Good Government Republican Moskowitz, social secretary; Mrs. Miss Hemmerlin was gradu- beef and cabbage dinner will be of the New Jersey Public Health
   PAT'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE               Club will meet tomorrow at 8 Stanley Jasper, sentinel; Mrs. ated from Keyport High School held. A ladies' luncheon and mil- Association and executive direc-
                                                                            ack Kreuter, historian; Mrs. and is employed' at Lily Tulip
     17-23 E. River Rd. Rumlon p.m. in the Oak Shade Fire Robert Silverstone Mrs. Jack Cup Corp., Holmdel.                                           linery show is slated for March tor of MCOSS, will preside at the
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                                       residents have been invited to at-  Lazar, Mrs. Saul Waldman, Mrs. Mr. Konish also was graduated 28.                                              afternoon session,                       OUR NEW SPRING
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                                                                                                                         We need YOUR
    TRYING TO MAKE IT UNANIMOUS —Shrewsbury's Independent Mayor Frederic
    Messina, second from right, threw his support to candidates, from left, Charles F.
                                                                                                                          Your Red Cross has a
    Crone, Paul F. Schissler und John P, Steel at a meeting in the mayor's home Satur-
    day. If the slate is successful, it will establish an all-Independent Borough Coun-
    cil. Mr. Crone and Mr. Schissler will seek full terms while Mr. Steel vies for a one-
                                                                                                                          magic word that makes
    year unexpired term.                                                   ' .
                                                                                                                          every dollar you give
     What You Should Do                                                                                                   do the work of six.
    In Time of Emergency                                                                                                  The word Is "volunteers." The staggering fact
      (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the       Should you need to report        laws of New Jersey provide that
   third in a series of articles by  fire in Red Bank, there are fi      a person refusing to relingulsh a
   Red Bank's fire Chief Charles     boxes on many corners. You ma       telephone party line for an emer-                is that Red Cross volunteers annually contrib-
-c R. Knoll dealing with his depart- turn in an alarm by using thesi     gency call to any of the lfsted
   ment's continuing Fire Preven-    boxes, but be sure to stay at thi   services shall be a disorderly per-              ute more than half a billion dollars' worth of
   tion campaign. Other articles on  box until the apparatus arriv       son and subject to fine or impris-
                                                                         onment or both. This also holds
   this subject by Chief Knolf will
   appear in subsequent editions of
                                     to tell them exactly where tto
                                                                         for a person who knowingly and
                                                                                                                          time and service. There are over two million
                                     fire is located. If a fire box
   The Register.)                                                        falsely states a party line is need-
                                     not near, you may report a fi
                                     or call for an ambulance by dial
                                                                         ed for this purpose. In the first                of these wonderful volunteers now working
        By CHARLES R. KNOLL                                              instance, the only exception would
                                     ing "Operator" and telling hei
      Many of Us are faced with the your need. Be sure to give thi       be where the party line is being
                                                                         used for another emergency,
                                                                                                                          for Red Cross. They are on the job aiding
    fact that sometimes an emergen- location and nature of the fire
    cy may develop necessitating our possible.
    calling the Fire Department or
                                                                            The Red Bank Volunteer Fire                   people during floods, tornadoes and other
                                                                         Department is made up of one
,,s,the First Aid Squad.               A fact to remember is that th      Ladder Company with a 100-foot
                                                                         aerial purchased last year, five                 disasters. They conduct first- aid and water-
  GINGER                                          By Gettermann          engine companies and .one, fire
                                                                         Police Patrol, two ambulances                    safety programs. They help collect blood.
                                                                         and one rescue truck and res-
                                                                         cue boat. All apparatus carries
                                                                         all types of equipment to cope
                                                                                                                          They work long, hard hours—without pay.
                                                                         with situations that may arise.
                                                                         The borough of Red Bank main-
                                                                         tains all of the equipment and It
                                                                         is kept in first class condition
                                                                                                                          This corps of Red Cross volunteers makes it
                                                                         by the borough mechanic. The"
                                                                         fire alarm system , is kept in                   possible for the dollars you give to work long-
                                                                         working order 24 hours a day by
                                                                         the borough electrician.                        er, harder hours than ordinary dollars.
                                                                            The department also has an 01-
                                                                         Icers'      Association     Executive
                                                                         Council and a Fire Preven-
                                                                         tion Bureau which meet once a
                                                                         month to discuss the business be-
                                                                         fore it for the betterment 61 the
                                                                         Department and the Public. Each
                                                                         company. First Aid Squad and
                                                                         Fire Police have monthly meet-
                                                                         ings and drills to train thejnen
                                                                          in the use of the equipment. All
                                                                         the services that the Fire £>e-
                                                                                                                                              ••"•YD U
                                                                         partment and First Aid Squad

   "We bought some candy op the way to the barber shop,
                                                                           lives to the public are free. There
                                                                         are no paid firemen in the bor-
                                                                         ough of Red Bank.
   so Tommy had only enough money for half a haircut!"
                                                                            Despite the availability of
                                                                         equipment and trained personnel,

                                                                         the department emphasizes the
                                                                         plea to you—Be Safe, Drive Safe
                                                      BUS                and Prevent Fires.

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                            By The Associated P r t »                                                                                                                                          hours after its launching Feb. 14, of the object in the sky led to con- ot the apogee kick motor. This
                                                                                                                                                                                               has been found, over South Afri- firmation that it was Syncom.              motor was fired when Syncom
        TRENTON — The New Jersey cident reports from employers                                                                                                                                 ca, by a Harvard University Ob-                None Successful             was more than 20,000 miles high
     Supreme Court wants to know have been upheld by the state                                                                                                                                 servatory in that country.                  number of attempts have and was designed to place the
     how the New Jersey farmer isj Supreme Court, ending a five
                                                                                                                                                                                                  It is orbiting at a near-syn- been made to contact the space- satellite into a synchronous orbit,"
     going to be .hurt if more milk year battle. Attorney General Ar-
                                                                                                                                                                                               chronous altitude, and seems to craft from the U. S. Army Satel- at 22,300 miles, where a satel-
     is sold in New Jersey. Chief thur J. Sills said the rules require
     Justice Joseph Weintraub yester- companies who insure themselves                                                                                                                          be, at least temporarily, deaf and lite Communications Agency's lite's speed and altitude ratio
                                                                                                                                                                                               dumb.                                ship terminal, the USNS Kings- would make its orbit coincide
     day ordered Floyd R. Hoffman against workmen's compensation                                                                                                                                                                     port, located at Lagos harbor, Ni- with the rotation of the earth.
     director of the state Office of risks to follow the same report                                                                                                                              No electronic contact has been geria. However, none has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Original Plan
     Milk Industry, to submit a sworn ing procedure that applied pre-                                                                                                                          made with the National Aeronau- successful.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             If everything had gone accord.
     affidavit by Wednesday justify-] viously to companies that bough                                                                                                                          tics and Space Administration's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Photographic plates from the ing to plan, officials here said,
     ing the need for a 180-day freeze protection from insurance compa-                                                                                                                        satellite, NASA has announced. telescope camera show images
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Syncom would have been posi-
     on new milk licenses. Weintraub                                                                                                                                                             This means that no messages which may indicate that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tioned over a specific area above
     laid no one has explained any                                                                                                                                                             are being received from the satellite is tumbling along in Its
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the Atlantic Ocean and would .
     relationship between the freezing; TRENTON, N. J. - (AP) I!                                                                                                                               "flying switchboard," and NASA orbit, instead of being aligned in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          have enabled the surface stations
     of milk licenses and any alleged someone antes up $50,000, New                                                                                                                            cannot give orders to the orbit- a favorable spin-stabilized atti-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of the Army Satcom Agency
     "evil"' which would be ,done to Jersey can have the battleship                                                                                                                            ing object.                          tude.                  "
     the industry.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        in this country and overseas to
                                            New Jersey for display in the                                                                                                                        The firing of certain gas jets Following g successful launch link hemispheres in a series of
                                            state's 300th birthday celebra-                                                                                                                    was to have put and kept the from Cape Canaveral last month, relatively uninterrupted space
                                            tion. Camden, Asbury Park and                                                                                                                      satellite into an orbit that would all contact with the satellite was communications experiments.
        NEWARK - The Public Utili-                                                                                                                                                             have made it stay over one point lost shortly after the spacecraft's Current observations Indicate,
     ties Commission issued orders Jersey City all want to display                                                                                                                            on the earth's surface, over the fourth stage, its apogee kick however, that Syncom is drift-
     today for the improvement of the ship, which now is in moth-
                                                                                                                                                                                               Atlantic Ocean between Africa rocket, was fired. Telemetry, ing eastward at a rate of two de-
     warning devices at four railroad balls at the Philadelphia Navy
                                                                                                                                                                                               and South America.
     crossings. The state will pay 85 Yard. The Navy said yesterday II                                                                                                                                                              tone, teletype, voice and music grees a day. It will take several
                                                                                                                                                                                                  But contact was lost before the were transmitted by the Kings- weeks before it reaches a point
     per cent of the costs and the would provide men aboard th
     railroads involved the remainder ship for security, but the cost ol                                                                                                                       electronic orders to fire these port to the satellite and back-over the United States.
                                                                                   NEW CHARTER — Richard Tustin, left, Monmoirth Council Boy Scout neighborhood jets were given. Therefore Syn-
     The Erie-Lackawanna Railroad towing, electricity and security
     was told to place automatic on shore to handle crowds would commissioner, presents a new Cub Scout charter for Pack 142 to M n . David Given, com is drifting eastward at
     flashing lights and other warning have to be borne elsewhere;
     indicators at the line's crossing
     of Ryerson Ave. in Caldwell by CALDWELL, N. J. (AP) -
                                                                                   president of the Midddetown Village- Parent-Teacher Association. The PTA sponsors
                                                                                   the pack. At right is Mr, Given, cubmasrer of Pack 142.
                                                                                                                                                                                               about two degrees a day. If it
                                                                                                                                                                                              {continues in this fashion it will
                                                                                                                                                                                               reach a point over the United
                                                                                                                                                                                               States, in "several weeks," offi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Set Tax at $2.93
     Oct. 1. The PUC directed Cen- The Peace Corps plans a busy
     tral Railroad of New Jersey to week of recruitment in New Jer-                                                                                                                            cials say.                          County Rate Reduces Estimate
     construct new signals at the Egg sey as it seeks volunteers to fill
     Hartor Rd. crossing in Windsor 100 new projects.

     Heading Seashore tines to place the corps' West African program
                                                                    David M,
     Township and the Pennsylvania- Schimine], operations officer for
                                                                                         Adopt Ocean Budget                                                                                       Confirmation of the lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                               was announced yesterday by FREEHOLD — Borough Coun crease of $75,665.66 ovor last
                                                                                                                                                                                               NASA, based on several telescop- cil at last night's meeting year's figure.
                                                                                                                                                                                               ic camera observations of the adopted its 1963 budget which in- Councilman Joseph R, Collins,
     new signals at Little Mill Rd. is scheduled to visit Upsata Col-                      Salary Hike Ordinance Is Introduced                                                                satellite by Harvard College Ob- dicates ft 14-cent increase in the chairman of the finance commit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tax rate.                             tee, said the tax rate is five
     dn Franklin Township and at lege, East Orange tomorrow and                                                                                                                                servatory'i Boyden Station In
     Mays Landing Rd. in Mullica Newark State .College in Union OCEAN TOWNSHIP - The, heads of municipal departments compared to $117,659 last year. Bloem Fontein, South Africa.                                                      The estimated rate Is $2.93 perj cents lower than anticipated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          when the budget was introduced
     Township.                             on Thursday. "Nearly 3,000 ad- Township Committee adopted! by approximately $300 and the Mayor John J. Reilly has Searching the predicted area $100 of assessed valuation as because of a five-cent decrease
                                            ditional volunteers are needed to without abjection last night a salaries of other township em pointed out that two extra men of orbital injection with a power- compared to last year's $2.79.
                                            fill the new pro j sets," he sail municipal budget calling for a ployees by approximately $200, will be added to the force.                        ful Baker-Schmidt .telescope cam. The total budget for municipal in the county rate. The county
         NEWARK - Victor Plsauro,                                                                                    A public hearing was set for                                                                                                                         rate was lowered because of a
                                           here yesterday during a recruit- tax levy of $474,059.87 - $62,-                                                      Appropriation Up             Tew, the Boyden Station "first re-| purposes is $688,860,83,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          reduction of $24,800 given by the
      50, and Patricia Fiore, 22,                                                        less than last year's mu- Monday, March 18, at 8:30 p.m
                                            ing expedition at Caldwell Col-                                                                              The amount appropriated for                                                                                     county as credit for appeals
     pleaded innocent yesterday to                                               nicipal purposes levy.                The total budget, which in-
                                           lege for Women.
      charges of slaying the manager
       of a private social dub. They
                                                                                    The estimated tax rate is $2.75 cludes the tax levy for school
                                                                                 pe^3$100 of assessed valuation —j purposes and county tax, is $1,'
      are accused of (tabbing and . TRENTON, N. J. (AP) - a penny less than last year.
                                                                                                                                                       the Recreation Committee is
                                                                                                                                                       (30,000 this year, a $10,500 hike
                                                                                                                     157,577.37 — a $49,637 increase over the amount appropriated
                                                                                                                                                       last year. The reserve for un-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Salary, Shade Tree                                                           which had originally been antic-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Councilman Collins said that
      bludgeoning to death James Del The state Supreme Court has
       Grosso, 57, of 31ft 14th Ave., in

       Orange Ave., on Jan. 31. Pl-
                                             upheld the conviction of a

                                             life sentence for (he fatal stab-
                                                                                    After the budget adoption, the|over the total 1862 budget,         collected taxes is $186,428.17,
                                                                                 committee introduced an ordi- The municipal budget appropri compared to $192,494.21 last year.
      the West End Club at 679 South former Army private serving a nance increasing salaries of the ates $140,800 for police salaries,
                                                                                                                                                         The Civil Defense appropria-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Measures Moved                                                               $75,000 of the Increase Is at-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tributable to boost in the appro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         priation for reserve for uncol-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         lected taxes. In 1962, the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  LITTLE SILVER — Borough! to control noise from parties and
      sauro and Miss Flore claimed bing of his common-law wife                                                                                        tion is up $3,550 to $7,500. Mayor
                                                                                                                                                                                              Council last night passed on gatherings, Mr. Roemer said.                  propriation was $100,000. The
                                             five yean ago. Thomas F. Ber-                                                                             Reilly said the increase was due
      a fight ensued after Del Gros-                                                                                                                                                          first reading ordinances which Also included is a ban against increase was necessary, he laid,
      so made advances toward the tone, M, of West New York,                                                                                          to the stepped-up Civil Defense
                                                                                                                                                                                              would established a Shade Tree moving shopping carts more because the percentage of tax
      woman. They appeared before stabbed Gertrude Decker to                                                                                          program here. The generator                                                                                        collections for 1962 was only 88
                                                                                                                                                                                              Commission, revise the salaries
                                                                                                                                                      for the Dow Avenue school,                                                    than 200 feet from markets.
      Essex County Judge Roger M. death In their apartment at 408                                                                                                                             of certain borough employees,                                              per cent as compared to 94 per
                                             »rd St., West New York on                                                                                which has been designated as t                                                          Same Penalties             cent in 1961.
      Yancey.                                                                                                                                                                                 and update the disorderly per.
                                             Nov. 7, 1B7. He was assigned                                                                             fallout shelter, exceeded the $5,-
                                                                                                                                                                                              sons ordinance.                         The       maximum       penalties            Reductions Effect
                                                                                                                                                     000 emergency           appropriation
        TRENTON - A new trial has to Fort Dix at the time but left                                                                                                                                                               1 carried by the new ordinance             Mr. Collins said, "This substan-
                                                                                                                                                      made for its purchase last year, The legislative bonanza will
    been ordered to determine wheth- the military base without leave.                                                                                                                         have a public hearing March
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   would remain the same as in the tial decrease In current tax col-
                                                                                                                                                      he said.
    er anybody should be blamed for                                                                                                                                                                                                old one—a $200 fine or 90-day jail lections was partly causey b£tjie_
    putting too much scrap metal on . ENGLEWOOD, N. J. (AP) -                                                                                            Commltteemen James J. Gar- 18.                                             sentence or both.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 The Introduction of a revised                                          [mandatory cancellation of over
     a scale normally used for weigh- Preliminary steps for » legal                                                                                    rity and Forrest Gillespie agreed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Upon adoption of the Shade £",000 of taxes due to reductions
    ing horse manure. The scale si crackdown on absenteeism were                                                                                       that the budget was in general a disorderly persons measure, ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   |Tree      Commission     ordinance granted as the result of taxpay-
     issue was owned by the Fortugno underway today' as the negro                                                                                      good one, but questioned the wis cording to police committee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mayor Charles W. Stephens e r s > appeals to the county and
    Really Co. of Jersey City, which boycott of Lincoln Elementary                                                                                     dom of appropriating $305,000 in chairman August E. Roemer,
                                                                                                                                                      surplus funds for the 1963 budg was prompted largely b                        would, within 60 days, appomt state tax boards."
    ran a trucking firm hauling horse School entered its second week.                                                                                                                                                               five members to serve without In the budget, the amount to
    manure from Aqueduct and Bel- A telephone check at the homes                                                                                      et. The amount in surplus funds to control noise.
    mont race tracks in New York to of children absent since the boy-                                                                                 used for the 1962 budget was Noises emanating from radios, pay on the commission.                                  be raised by taxation is $413,-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         755.29, an Increase of $47,560.12
    Evandale, Pa. On occasion, the cott began last Tuesday was                                                                                        $250,000.                               television sets, lawn mowers and Members would serve five-
    firm would allow the scale to be started yesterday by attendance                                                                                     "Surplus funds are like cookies the like, if they can be heard' year terms but initial appoint over last year's levy.
    used to weigh truckloads of scrap officers. Attendance figures at                                                                                  in a cookie jar," Mr. Gillespie at a distance of S feet, would ments would be staggered to Mr. Collins said the new tax
    metal being sold by the Hudson the Lincoln School indicated the                                                                                    said, "if you take them all to- constitute a violation between the cause the expiration of only one rate for municipal purposes will
    & Manhattan Railroad to Schia- boycott was steadily declining in                                                                                  day, you may find there's not hours of 10 p.m. and 8 a.m.                     term each year.                      be 81 cents as compared to last
    vone-Bonomo Corp. of Jersey effectiveness. Absentees dropped                                                                                      any left for tomorrow."
                                                                                                                                                                                                 The measure is also intended!        The commission, organized year's 70 cents; the rate for
    City.                                  to 113 at the school yesterday,                                                                                      Foreclosure Fund                                                   pursuant to state statute,,would county taxes will be 37 cents,
                                          continuing a pattern of decline                                                                                Mr. Garrity also noted that the                                           have exclusive control over the compared to last year's 42 .cents;
       TRENTON - New, stricter from the first day of the boy-
    rules on the requirement of ac-        cott when 23D pupils stayed out,
                                                                                                                                                      budget appropriated $20,000 for
                                                                                                                                                      the foreclosure of tax-delinquent
                                                                                                                                                                                           Ask Zoning                              regulation, planting and care of and the rate for local and re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   shade and ornamental trees and gional schools will be $1.75 as
                                                                                                                                                      property. Mayor Reilly — then                                                shrubbery on borough i property. compared to $1.67 last year.
                                                                                                                                                      a committeeman — and Commit-         Be Kept                                 It could also control trees on,                     Ask Signs

  Railroad Appeals                                                                 I
                                                                                  TINE TEST — Miss Dorothy M. Patterson, center, with
                                                                                                                                                      teeman Donald Crbsta had ob-
                                                                                                                                                     jected to an $18,000 appropriation
                                                                                                                                                      for the same purpose in last
                                                                                                                                                      year's budget, he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 OCEAN TOWNS.H1P — A pe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   private property if they
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   diseased or constitute a menace quested in a letter to council
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   to public safety.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Has Own Powers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The Board of Education re-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         that safety zone signs be placed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         in the areas of all schools.
                                                                                                                                                         Mayor Reilly replied that the ;itlcwi signed by 46 residents ask- Like the Board of Health, the Council President Frank E.

  Service Cut Denial                                                               Miss Marianne C. Hartigan, both registered nurses, ad- Township "is in a bind" as far
                                                                                                                                                                                               ng that the area south of Temple commission would have the Weeden, who presided in the -
                                                                                   minister a Tine test to Mark Potts, one of many children as foreclosure costs are con- Beth Torah and west, of Allen power to adopt ordinances •' to absence of Mayor Frank E. Gib-
                                                                                                                                                      cerned. He.Nsaid that Vincent
       LITTLE SILVER - The Newi The railroad had petitioned for! registered in fhe Red Bank Board of Health's Well-Baby Agresti, Township attorney, will Ave. be maintained as a resi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   carry out its duties. Fines of son who was ill, requested Uiat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1 he matter be turned over to the
    York and Long Branch Railroadlpermission to eliminate informa- Clinic. The Tine tetts determine ti; .iculoiis sensitivity. ask the Monmouth County Bar;                                  dential lone was presented to] up to $200 could be set for viola-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Police Committee.
   has appealed a denial by the tion and reservation service at; The Well-Baby program also provides immuniiations for Association to charge $85 in                                          the Township Committee last tions of Shade Tree Commission
                                                                                                                                                                                             night.                                ordinances.                              Council received a citation
   state Board of Public Utility          Red Bank on weekends, to                                                                                   legal fees for each foreclosure                                                                                      rom the Automobile Association
   Commissioners to allow a cur-          close the station at Little Salver diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, polio and small pox. instead of the fee recently es- Joel Rubin, 1205 Lawrence The cost of trees and equip- of American commending the
    tailment,of ticket and informa- on Saturdays, and to discontinue                                                                                                                                                               ment, a secretary's salary, and
                                                                                                                                                     tablished by the county associ- Ave., presented the petition to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the expenses or commission municipality for a record of two.
   tion service at shore train sta- evening and Sunday depot serv-
   tions, it was announced last ices »t Elberon.
                                                                            Health Safeguard                                                         ation, The fee paid last year he governing body. He said
                                                                                                                                                                                                esidents of the area had heard members would be budgeted each
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         years with no pedestrian fatall-
                                                                                                                                                     was $100, he said.
   night by August E. Roemer.                                                                                                                                                              ; that there were plans to permit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   year by Borough Council.

   dinating Committee, an eight-
                                              A hearing before the PUC wai
       Mr. Roemer is chairman of the prompted largely by the objec-
   Municipal Public Service Co-or- tions voiced by the MPSCC. Mil
                                                                                   Tine Tests Given                                                      The amount appropriated in
                                                                                                                                                     surplus funds "doesn't jeopardize industry there.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The salary ordinance amend-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   merit introduced last night is the
                                                                                                                                                     the Township's financial stabil- Mayor John J. Reilly said that result of the borough's recently
                                                                                                                                                     ity," the Mayor declared.                jhere were no definite plans for
                                          ton A. Mausner, committee at- RED BANK —' A second Tine, been with the program 11 years.                                                                                                 adopted 1963 budget.
   town organization which op-
   posed the move for curtailment.        torney, appeared at the hearing :est clinic was held yesterday Miss Marianne C. Hartigan, The $2.75 tax rate breaks down must have heard some discus
       All provisions of the PUC deai- to protest the curtailment.
                                                                               as part of the community health R.N., assisting in tlie program,
                                                                                                                                                                    Breakdown                  iuch action at present, "but you

                                                                                                                                                     as follows: local purposes, 63 sion about it."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The largest increase, $1,550,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   would be the borough assessor's.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Is Placed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   His new salary would by $4,550.
 *sion, which was handed down* in Although the railroad held the ctivities of the Red Bank Board
   January, have been appealed. schedule revisions necessary be-| >f Health. Children invited to
                                                                               attend are registered with the
                                                                                                                    has been with the Health .De-
                                                                                                                    partment one year.
                                                                                                                                                     cents, 12 cents less than last The petition states that the Also., included are increases for>
                                                                                                                                                     year; county tax, 45 cents, 2 Disabled War Veterans want to] the borough magistrate, from $1,-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     On Record
   Railroad attorney Earle J. Har- cause of fiscal difficulties, the                                                                                 cents less than last year; school rect a building on Lawrence and 850 to $2,470; road supervisor,                        RED BANK - A Red Bank
   rington filed the appeal with the PUC ruled that public conveni- Well-Baby Clinic.                                                                purposes, $1.67, 13 cents more Allen Aves. This would not con $5,530 to $5,824; first road man, Register editorial citing the ef-
   Appellate Division of Superior ence demanded the continuance The Tine test is a simple test-
   Court.                                 of the services.                      ing method used to safeguard
                                                                                                                 GOP Has                             than last year.'
                                                                                                                                                                                                orm to the residential nature of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $4,704 to $4,888; other road men,       ficiency of tho Red Bank Fire
                                                                                                                                                         The salarv ordinance would es< he area, the petition said. It $4,160 to $4,264; and violations Department was inserted in the
                                                                                 iealth. It consists of an injec                                                                               ;uggests that future civic build
                                                                                 ion on (he forearm to test for  3-Way                                         the following wages, retro-                                         clerk and court clerk, both In- Borough Council minutes last
                                                                                                                                                              to Jan. 1: ^Township clerk, ngs be built on Monmouth Rd., creased from $367 to $405.                         night.

 Factions May Clash                                                             :he possibility of tuberculosis
                                                                               sensitivity. If the area is read
                                                                                  s positive 48 hours after the  In
                                                                                                                                                                 deputy Township clerk, n the vidnity of the municipal
                                                                                                                                                                 treasurer, $5,800; clerk building.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Hourly Rates                  The editorial, which ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           peared Feb. 27, complimented
                                                                                                                                                                treasurer's office, $2,500; The petition also asks that the The hourly rate of the borough the skill with which firemen
                                                                               ;esl, other medical procedures                                        assessor, $5,700; clerk In the as- :ommittee not make any changes librarian, would be increased! put out a fire Feb. 23 in The

 AtHearings Tonight                                                              re required.                         MIDDLETOWN - It appears
                                                                                                                                                     sessors office, $3,500.                   n th« zoning code until after from $2.10 to $2.25 and of special Bag TShop, 44 Broad St., and
                                                                                   The initial Tine test clinic was there will be a three-way fight And tax collector, $6,900; dep- completion of. the master plan. officers, from $1.75 to $1.90.                         rerrrfnded the public of the able
                                                                               held Feb. 4. The test will be in the Republican ranks for that uty tax collector, $5,200; chief The committee referred to the Police salaries would also be fire protection services that the
      SHREWSBURY - Public hear- Mr. Eldershaw was public re- mployed routinely in the Well- party's two nominations for cashier, $3,300; cashier clerk, borough                                            engineer    complaints affected:      probationary patrol-! department makes available to
   ings on a municipal budget andjlations director for Mayor Mes- Baby Clime program begmn^ng township Committee in the com- 3,100; building superintendent, about inadequate drainage on men, from $4,800 to $5,200; patrol- the municipality.
                                                                                                                                                     $4,100; assistant building super- Sunset Ave. and Wickapecko                  men In their first year, $5,415 to         Councilman     Daniel       J.
   four ordinances are expected to sina and his running mates in X the approximate age of one ing primary election.
                                                                                  ear and each two years there-                                       intendent, $1,800.                     Dr., and on Lawrence Ave.             $5,500; patrolmen in their second O'Hern, chairman of the fire
  draw a large audience tonight to the last election.
                                                                                 fter until the child enters sthool Incumbent Ernest G. Kavalek And, police chief, $7,400; In other business, the govern-                          year, $5,776 to $5,800; patrolmen committee, moved the Insertion
  witness a clash between Republi-
                                             Mayor Messina, two weeks ago, ;nd is continued in the school already is an announced candi- deputy police chief, $7,000; po- ing body;                                                in their third year and there- in the official record.
   cans and Independents.
                                         also broke a tie vote on a salary lealth program.                                                                                                                                         after, $5,776 to $6,100; sergeants,
      The drawing card will be an ordinance amendment which In-                                                     date.                            lice captains, $6,700; police ser- Sold to the Board of Educa-                                                           The Bag Shop was destroyed
  ordinance establishing the post of cludes a $900 salary for the bor- The Well-Baby Clinic, function- C-OP officials reported last ;eants, $6,400;' patrolman with two ion" for $1 a triangular plot of|$6.189 » $6,500: captains._J6,- in the blaze which caused dam-
  borough publicity director. When ough publicist.                             ing twice monthly under the night that Harold "Bud" Foulks years service, $6,000; patrolman land at Alvord and Scaff Sts.                           476 to $6,850; and chief, $6,773.85 age to nearby shops and some
  the measure was introduced two'                                              sponsorship of the Board of and Joseph Azzolina will be the with one year service, $5,500; djoinlng the Dow Avenue School to $7,400.                                                        smoke and water damage to
  weeks ago, council's two factions The borough Republican Club Health, provides infant and pre- other two contestants in the pri- probationary patrolmen, $5,000. jroperty.                                                          In other business, council re- The Register building at 40-42
  were divided.                          has urged a large GOP turnout to ichool children with free health mary scrap.                                   And, magistrate's clerk, $1,050; Referred to the           tax collector quested the preparation of ordi- Broad St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  nances to extend the probationary
      Mayor Frederic Messina broke speak against the two measures. ervices. Mothers receive in- Committeeman John T. Lawley •oad department supervisor, $6,- ihe requests of Robert J. Wilson,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   period for police officers from
  the tie vote by siding with his Also creating a stir, although itmction in preparing a baby's, has announced that he will not 500; road department foreman, I The Arbor Way, Deal Beat*
  fellow Independents, Councilman! it received a unanimous affirma- brmula. In progressive stages; seek re-election.
  Abraham J.Zager, Philip A. Gen- tive vote two weeks ago, was a he babies receive immunizations
                                                                                                                                                     $6,000; chief mechanic, $5,600; Estates, to purchase a lot ad- six months to one year, and to
                                                                                                                                                     mechanic's helper, $2,730.               iojning his property, and of the Increase the variance application
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dies After Crash
• ovese and Leo F. Sadkowski,                                                   or diphtheria,- tetanus, whoop- Mr. kavalek is an engineer at And, health officer, $6,800; Monmouth Consolidated Water ee from $10 to $25.                                                  NEPTUNE (AP)—Mrs. Edith
                                         snow • and weed removal ordi- ing cough, polio and smallpox. Bell Laboratories Inc., New York rainee, $1,125; deputy registrar,                             to purchase several lots Slated for introduction is a Hogan, 63, of 256 County Line
  Voting against the ordinance on
                                         nance which would require the Vincent P. Horan, health off*- City.                                           ',200; school nurses, $4,600 and renting on Hlrsch and Wilson revised building code to be based Rd., Jackson Township, died last
  first reading were Republicans!
  Francis J. Bolduc, Anne H. Jack-|
                                         removal of snow from sidewalks :er, has been serving the bor- Mr. Azzolina is president of 3,800; visiting nurse, $3,600; ad- ives.                                                       on the standard Building Of- night in Fitkin Memorial Hos-
  son and Kenneth A. O'Brien,            or grass walkways within 12 day- mgh for 11 years, Dr. William Food Circus Supermarkets Inc., ministrator of public assistance, Agreed to apply for a federal ficials" Conference bf America pital of injuries incurred Feb. 19
                                         light hours of a snowfall, and the                                         T/hile Mr. Foulks is associated •2,rj00t recreation director, full- ;rant under the Accelerated Pub- (BOCA) code, after^which all n a "traffic accident in Howell
      The situation was complicated removal of ice or Ice hazards r. Zapcic, physician In charge ol
  Saturday with the announcement within six hours.                              he Well-Baby Clinic, has served with the Metropolitan Life Insur- ime, $3,500; assistant recreation ic Works. Aot for an addition to borough ordinances will be codi- Township.
                                                                                 ince 1959.                         ance Co., Red Bank.              director, part-time, $2,400.            the municipal building.                icd.                                    Mrs, Hogan's husband, Alfred,
  that Thomas Eldershaw of New
  Shrewsbury, slated for flie publi- A fourth ordinance establishes' Two registered nurses are on                     The GOP executive committee T h e            committee appointed1 Held over until March 18 at Council passed a resolution 2, remained In critical condi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   authorizing a reciprocity agree- tion in the hospital. The Hogans
  cist's job, had been named to! the post of police physician. The land to assist the> doctor. Miss met last night to hear the can iregory G. Sariotis to the post 1:30 p.m. a public hearing, on an                                                                    were Injured when their car col-
  direct public relations for a new] budget to be aired totals $274,873.       >>rothy M. Patterson, R.N. Is didates outline their qualifica- of recreation director and named irdinance which would, permit ment between this borough and lided with a truck driven by. Hall
  slate of Independent candidates The tax for municipal purposes                n charge of the Public Health tions. The committee is not ex David A. Dahrouge, a teacher In instruction of water mains other Monmoulh and Ocean Feimster, 79, o( Lakewood Rd.,
                                                                                                                                                                                               ilong Carol, Dow, Auth and Til- County municipalities with regard
 seeking the seats of the three would remain unchanged at 52] burning Department of the Red pected to endorse any of the cih; in the Dow Avenue school, as-
                                                                               Bank Board of Health. She has didates.                               sistant director.                        madge Aves., east of Rt. 35.        to police matters.
 Republicans now in office;              cents per $100 valuation.
  12—Tuesday, March 5, 1963                  RED BANK REGISTER                                                                                                       ChtnneM                 WCBS FV Channel                      -WABMV

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                                                                               Previews                          J-Love Of Life-Serial
                                                                                                                                      TUESDAY AFTERNOON
                                                                                                                                                                          TUESDAY EVENING
                                                                                                                                                                                        4—13th Hour
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ends Lean Years
                                                                              Tonight's top television shows 4—Your First Impression                                                    4—Sermonette                                 By CHARLES WITBECK             generally receive cheers vfherev-
                                                                                                                                              II—Three Stooges
                                                                                                                                               13-What's New-Children                                        3:25                                                    er they go. Nobody minds when
                                                                           as previewed and selected by TV 7—Ernii "ford—Variety                                                                                                 HOLLYWOOD - "I don't care
                                                                                                                                                                      6:11              2 - F i l m - T h e Gay Sisters—1942 what you say, just so you spell they block traffic shooting i '
                                                                           Key's staff of experts who at- >—Fireside Theater
                                                                                                                13—Of Men And Ideas              7-Weather                                 : Barbara Stanwyck—1 Hr. 50 my name right," says Irene Ry- scene of the old flivver p^ut-fut-
                                                                           tend rehearsals, watch screen-                                                                                    Min.                                                                    ting down an off-ramp of a busy
                                                                                                                               12:2$                                  6:20                                                   an who plays Granny on "The
                                                                           ings, and analyze scripts in New 2—News—Harry Reasoner '•'•" 7—Sports—H. Cosell                                   WEDNESDAY MORNING                                                       freeway. While filming in Bever-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Berverly Hillbillies,"        quoting
                                                                           York and Hollywood.                                12:»                                    6:25                                                                                           ly Hills, the company stopped for
                                                                                                                                                                                                             5:45            George M. Cohan.
                                                                                                                  2—Search For Tomorrow          7—Capsule Comment                                                                                                   lunch, and the actors in their dir-
                                                                                                                                                                                        2—Previews                                Irene really thinks she's dead
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ty clothes walked into the swan-
                                                                              RED SKELTON. Always, the 4—Truth Or Consequences                                        6:3t                                    5:50           and has gone to heaven, because
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ky Beverly Hills Hotel. There
                                                                           best part of the show is the pan- S-Cartoons                          4—Local News-rG. Pressman              2—Give Us This Day                      ift'er years of work she is at las
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     was a double take by guests fol-
                                                                           tomime, and this one finds' Red 7—Father Knows Best                   5—Mickey Mouse Club                                          9:55              i a -national hit. Everybody
                                                                           and Gretchen Houser playing 9—Memory Lane—Joe Frankli 7—News                                                                                                                              lowed by applause. An onlooker
                                                                                                                                                                                        2-News                               wants Irene for something. Her
                                                                           birds. In the big sketch, portly 11—Rocky And His Friends                                                                                                                                 said, ".IJiope youre going to eat
                                                                                                                                               11—Quick Draw McGraw                     4—Sermonette                         price has gone way up for per
                                                                          Sebastian Cabot tries to direct a                    12:45           13—Profile: New Jersey                                         6:00 •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             sonal appearances, and it's got-
                                                                          TV hillbilly show with Skelton as 2—Guiding Light—Serial                                    6:40              2—College of the Air                 ten to the point where she has Irene can take this attention
                                                                           Its star, an English actor, and not 11—Merry Mailman-Children         4-Weather                              4—Continental Classroom               ;o worry about the income tax without her head swelling, a bit.
                                                                          until Red reverts to Clem Kad-                       12:55                                  8:45                                    6:30            jroblem.                              Attention could seep in for years
                                                                          diddlehopper does all go well. 4—News—Ray Scherer                      2—News                                 2—Sunrise Semester                        She laughs about it after all and she could handle it. "And
                                                                          Also, Roberta Sherwood's son,                         1:00             4—News                                 4—Continental Classroom              the lean years, but the tax now Buddy Ebsen sets the tone for
                                                                          Jerry Landing, sings a few songs 2—Women's. Page                       7—Focus On The News                                          7:00,          becomes a problem in determin all of us," Irene said. "He's tak-
                                                                          including "If Ever I Would Leave 4-Leave It To The Girls                                     7:00             2—News and Weather                    ing appearances. Still, she flies ing it slow and gentle-like. He
                                                                          You." 8:39 p.m. CBS.                    5—Cartoons                                                            4—Today—Hugh Downs
                                                                                                                                                 4—Ripcord                                                                   out on weekends with Donna can still go to sleep in two min-
                                                                                                                  7—Answering Service                                                   7—Early Bird Cartoons
                                                                                                                                                 5—Beachcomber—Adventure                                                     Douglas and Max Baer because utes. 'It takes a lot of dis-
                                                                                                                11—Ramar Of The Jungle           7—Pfcii Silvers—Comedy                                      7:05
                                                                             EMPIRE. "A House in Order." 13—Exploring Nature                                                                                                 she can't say no, and besides it's cipline,' " he says.
                                                                          Fans of the series should definite-                                    9—Merrytoon Circus                     5—Call To Prayer—Religion            good for the show. Buddy Eb- "And there never conies a
                                                                                                                                1:25           11-News                                                       7:15            sen, who plays Jed Clampett, morning I don't get "How's my
                                                                          ly tune in for their last glimpse
                                                                                                                 5—News                        13—American Business System 5—News
                                                                          of Lucia Garret, always beautiful                                                                                                                  doesn't like to fly, so he stays Granny,' and a big kiss from
                                                                                                                                1:30                                  7:10                                   7:10                                                   Buddy," adds Irene.
      FRIENDS IN 'FORGOTTEN TOWN' — Edre Adams por- ly played with warmth and un- 2—As The World Turns                                                                                  5—Columbia Lectures
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                t home.
                                                                                                                                                 2-Weather                                                                        "We appear in costume," says Three old pros, including Bea
                                                                          derstanding by              Seymour.
      trays a vacationing model who befriends a prisoner of The episode itself Annetwo themes 5^-Film—Human Cargo—1936— 11—Local News                                                   7-News
                                                                                              has                                                                                                                             xeae. "That's the attraction." Benadaret as Cousin Pearl, keep
      war returned home (Jackie Cooper), in "Thunder in a •unnmg simultaneously, and the                            Claire Trevor 85 Min.                             7:15                                   8:00                                                   the youngsters, Donna Douglas
                                                                                                                 9—Star And Story—Drams          2—News                                 2—Captain Kangaroo                       The "Hillbillies" are good to
      Forgotten Town" on NBC-TV's "Dick Powell Theatre" continuity occasionally suffers 11-Clobal Zobel                                                                                                                                                             and Max Baer, in line if there's
                                                                                                                                                                      7:25   ,          5—Sandy Becker—Children               heir public. When the company
                                                                           herefore. However, Lucia discov-                                                                                                                                                         need, but the kids are learning
      tonight. He encounters suspicion and tragedy whan he :rs that she's fatally ill, and 13—Where Does It Come From                          11-Weather                               7—Tommy Seven—Cartoom                   'as shooting in the Hollywood
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    by watching. If Max Baer is in
      comes back after 10 years in a Chinese prison camp. :ven though the ranch is desper-                                     1:45                                   7:30                                   8:30            Bowl, sightseers took one look,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the same scene with Granny, but
                                                                                                                 4—News                         2—Marshall Dillon—Western               7—Q. T. Hush ;                        earned the group would be there
      The townspeople doubt his loyalty.                                   itely involved in staving off the                                                                                                                                                        can't see what she is, up to, he
                                                                                                                               1:50             4—Laramie—Western                                            8:45            ill day, went home and returned
                                                                          effects of a cattle killing freeze,                                                                                                                                                       keeps asking, what's Reenie do-
                                                                                                                13—Experience In English        5—Lock Up—Drama                         7-King Odie                              ith their cameras. Since the
                                                                          she must determine wheter Tal                                                                                                                                                             ing?" It's a good question, for
  Hollywood:                                                              and Redigo can work together                         2:00
                                                                          when she's1 gone. Incidentally, we 2—Password—Allen Ludden
                                                                                                                                                9—Film—Tycoon—1947—John'"               9-News and Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                                             8:50            ans had gone to all that trouble,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             :he "Hillbillies" took time out to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    anybody is going to have a hard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    time upstaging Irene Ryan.
                                                                          feel it a real omission that daugh- 4—Merv Griffin—Variety                 Wayne—2 Hrs.                     13—News                                [»se for the picture takers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Irene is smiling nowadays, but

              An Education,                                               ter Connie (Terry Moore) isn't 7—Day In Court—Drama
                                                                          called back to see her dying 9—Mansions Of Man
                                                                          mother. (Color) 8:30 p.m. NBC. 11—Divorce Court—Education
                                                                                                                                              11—Best Of Groucho—Quiz
                                                                                                                                              13—Art Of Film—Movies
                                                                                                                                                                                        9—Almanac Newsreel

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Out of costume Irene can walk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             >y unnoticed. In the ladies room
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             > a Hollywood restaurant, she
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    she can also square her jaw like
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Granny when the series is labeled
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    corn-ball. "It's good, low-down
                                                                                                                               2:10             2—Lloyd Bridges                        2-Life Of Riley-Comedy                ieard two youngsters talking
           'By BOB THOMAS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          farce comedy," she says. "And
                                                                                                               13—Scienland                     5—Wire Service                          4—Trouble With Father                ibout the lack of celebrities on
      HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The je                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       it makes .people laugh. Ask me
                    TV Key
    age has done more, than make air-
    ports noisy. It has changed the
   habits of Hollywood stars, espe-
                                                                             DICK POWELL. "Thunder is
                                                                              Forgotten Town." Good drama. 7—News
                                                                          One of film and TV's best stock

                                                                          plots—the hero versus a small 2—House Party—A. Linkletter,
                                                                                                                                              11—High Road
                                                                                                                                                                 .. 8:30
                                                                                                                                                                                      7—Funny Manns
                                                                                                                                                                                        9—Jack La Lanne
                                                                                                                                                                                      Il-Operation Alphabet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             [he premises. "See any movie
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             stars?" one asked Irene. "Don't
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            you know me?" Irene replied.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   who else did good, low-down
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    farce comedy—Lnurcl & Hardy,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Charles Chaplin, Harold Lloyd. I

    cially female. Recently this space
    reported the visits of a number
   of one-time local residents.
                                                                          town that's hiding a secret — re- 7—Seven Keys^J. Narr
                                                                          ceives excellent treatment here in 9—Film—A' Song To Remembe 4—Empire
                                                                          the capable hands of Jackie
                                                                                                                                                2—Red Skelton

                                                                                                                                                7—Hawaiian Eye
                                                                                                                    1945-Cornel Wilde—40 Min. 11—Mr. Adam And Eve
                                                                                                                                                                                      13—Profile: New Jersey


                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The two , girls looked. "Your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             voice," one said . . . "It's Gran-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             iy" Both girls and Irene were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              hen satisifed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    like that company.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Then the 'Hillbilies' is com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    pared to 'Tobacco Road.' And
      There were grass widows Joan                                        Cooper r and a name supporting 13—New Yoric Metropolis                                                        2—Our Miss Brooks                                                          how many years did that run?
                                           By STEVEN H. SCHEUER                                                                                13—Jazz Scene                                                                      In costume the "Hillbilly" cast
   Fontaine and Ann Sothern, who                                          cast. Jackie plays a bitter, dis                     2:50                                                     4—Dr. Joyce Brothers                                                        Does it still hold the long-distance
   prefer bright lights and gayety of Question — When do the r trustful veteran, recently released 13—Music Interlude                                                 9:00                                                                                         record? As long as the people
                                                                                                                                                5—Festival                             5—Topper—Comedy
   New York; Olivia De Havilland runs start? I am having an argu- from a Chinese POW camp, who                                 2:55                                                    7—Gale Storm—Comedy                                                         are laughing. I'm satisfied."
   who chooses to live with her ment with my brother as to the returns to his home town just to 4—News                                        11-Sea War >
                                                                                                                                                                                        9—Film—Behave Yourself—1951                                                    Irene, Buddy, Bea and the oth-
   Parisian husband; Anne Baxter month when most TV series go :ee the one friend he ever had. 5—News                                          13—Picasso's Guerneca
                                                                                                                                                                                            —Farley Granger, 90 Min.                                                ers sit around and think up situ-
   who leads the pioneer life on the on reruns. I say that the reruns              >
                                                                          Your • interest      is sustained                                                           9:30
                                                                                                                               3:00                                                   11—Ed Allen                                                                  ations for the Clampett clan. " I
   plains of Australia with her Amer- usually start in late May and throughout, despite the''contrived 2 - T o Tell The Truth—Panel             2—Jack Benny
                                                                                                                                                                                      13—Parlons Francais I                                                         think we ought to go to the
   ican husband. All return here to my brother says they don't be-        attempts to insert well-played                                        4—Dick Powell
                                                                                                                 4—Loretta Young                                                                             9:45                                                  races," says Irene. "That would
   work, and, in Miss Baxter's case, gin until late June or early July.   cameo bits by Edie Adams, Mil-                                        7—Untouchables .
                                                                                                                 5—Doorway To Destiny           9 - F i l m - T h e Path Of Hope—      4-News                                                                      be a funny shqw.
   to have babies.                      Which of us is right? M. A. W., ton Berle, and Joey Bishop, 7—Queen For A Day                                                                 13—Where Does It Come From                                                        'We did one on skeet shooting
      Now we have Constance Towers, Memphis, Tenn.                       which mean very little to the                                              1952-90 Min.
                                                                                                               11—How To Marry A Millionaire 11—Californians                                                10:00                                                  the other day where Granny tires
   who commutes between Beverly Answer — Your brother wins               drama. 9:30 p.m. NBC.
                                                                                                               13-News                                                                 2—Calendar                                                                  to cook those clay pigeons. I
  Hills and Panama City. She is the argument. Most of the TV se-                                                               3:15                                                    4—Say When                                                                  liked that."
  wed to Eugene McGrath.operator ries go on a rerun basis during GARRY MOORE. From Holly 13—Music Interlude                                     2—Garry Moore
                                                                                                                                                                                       5—Film—The Cowboy and the                                                        And the word is, we might go
  of a thriving insurance Enterprise the summer months, beginning wood, Rosemary Clooney and                                                    5—Detectives
                                                                                                                               3:25            !l—Bold Journey                              Blonde—1941                                                            to San Francisco and terrorize
  in Panama.                                                                                                                                                                         r
                                       around the last part of June and Dorothy Loudon play secretar 2—News—Douglas Edwards                    3-World At Thirteen                     —Suzie—Comedy                                                               that tojvn. Wouldn't that be fun!"
     The tall, tawny singer-actress continuing until September.          ies to status-crazed executives in                   3:30                                                    11—Film—Cheers for Miss Bishop                                                   Life is sweet at tha top of the
  said she spends about five months                                          very amusing skit; Roy Castle 2—Millionaire—Drama                                                              —1941—Martha Scott—90 Min.                                             heap for Irene Ryan. "After
 of the year in Panama, where her Question — I know it's impo-          runs                                                                   4-Chet Huntley
                                                                                through "Things Are Swing- 4—Young Dr. Malone                                                                               10:05                                                  working for years, and I've seen
                                                                                                                                               7—To Be Announced
 husband has three brothers, in- lite lo ask a lady's age but r m ' ' n 8 " ; there's a broad^takeoff on 5—Mr. District Attorney
                                                                    it                                                                                                                 3—Issue And The Challenge                                                   the bad ones," she says with a
                                                                                                                                                I—Steve Allen
 cluding a 38-year-old bishop of the very curious to know how old titles and styles of TV shows 7—Who Do You Trust                                                                                          10:20                                                  knowing look, "to suddenly get
                                                                                                                                               3—Age Of Kings—Drama
 Catholic Church. The rest of the Eve Arden is. I saw her on called "Half Naked City"; and 11—Best Of Groucho                                                                          7—News                                                                      this." She clicks her tongue,
 time she is playing in movies, "Password" recently and she that Wonderul Year segment be 13—Television For Teachers                                                11:00
                                                                                                                                                                                                           10:25                                                   thinks of the past and shakes her
  stage musicals or supper dubs. looked great. If I didn't know comes a Fred Astaire and Irving                               4:00             2—News—D. Edwards                       4-News                                    Fred MacMurray as the nutty .head. Then she changes the suh,
     Right now she's doing a mnvie that she has been in films for Berlin - saline for the songs and 2—Soorot Storm—Serial                      4-News J.K.M. McCaffery                13-Seieneeland                          >rofessor is buck again In an- ject.
  called "The Long Corridor." It's over 25 years, I would guess that movies they made in '35 to MS, 4—Match Game—G. Raybura                     5-News                                                      10:30              ther zany Walt Disney presenta-
                                                                                                                                                7-News—Bill Shadel                                                                                                     "I got a letter yesterday, 5-6
   a change of pace for her.            she wasn't over 35. Mrs. K. L., and that's where Rosemary 5—Deputy Dawg—Cartoons                                                               2—1 Love Lucy—Comedy                   ion, "The Son of Flubber," which
                                                                                                                                                9—Film—See 7:30 p.m.                                                                                               pages from a woman who thinks
      "Usually in films I have been Shaw, Miss.                          Clooney and Dorothy Loudon 7—American Bandstand                                                               4—Play Your Hunch                      (ill be shown at Loew's Route
                                                                                                                                               11—News                                                                                                             she knows me. It began. 'One
  the girl who stands on the porch Answer — This coming April really go to work. 10.p.m. CBS. 9—Buccaneers                                                                             7-Girl Talk                             35" Drive-In Theater, for one
                                                                                                                                                                    11:10                                                                                          Granny to another. Remember
  and waves goodbye to the cavalry 30th, Miss Arden ("Our Miss                                                 11—Bozo The Clown                                                                            10:45             reek starting Y'ednesday, March
                                                                                                                                               4-Weather                                                                                                           when we used to pick peach
 as they march off to battle," said Brooks") will be a young looking CHET HUNTLEY REPORT 13^-Television For Teachers                                                                   3—Parlons Francais I                   th.
                                                                                                                                               5 - F i l m - F o r c e Of Evil—1949—                                                                               leaves off a tree and brew 'em
 the girl who starred for John Ford 49.                                 ING. A glimpse of a rare scien-                       4:25                                                                         11:00                 With a star-studded cast, in up. Just right for a cold. And if
 In "Horse Soldiers" and "Sergeant                                      tific expedition which performs 4—News.                                     John Garfield-1% Hrs.              2—McCoys—Comedy                        hiding Nancy Olson, Keenan and you cut your hand, put chimney
 Rutledge."                                                             its work on board the U.S.N.S.                        4:30             7-News                                  4—Price Is Right                             Wynn, Tommy Kirk and Ken soot on it, or a spider web."
                                         Question — I have been watch-                                                                        11—Steven Allen                                                                Murray, the absent-minded pro-
     This time she has the boys wav- •ng "Meet the Press" for a long           min and underneath the sea, 2 - E d g e Of Night                                                        7—Jane Wyman—Drama
  ing at her. She plays a strip time and I have always admired in an area somewhere off the 4—Make Room For Daddy                                                   11:15              9—Playhouse 60                           ssor embarks on some more "That's my kind of folks," said
 teaser.                                                                southern tip of South America 5-Felix And The Wizard                   4—News                                 ,3—Wonder Of Words                      lad and mirthful antics with a rene with a triumphant grin.
                                       Lawrence Spivak's agile and                                                                                                  11:20
     "A singing strip teaser," she prodding mind. Could you tell and the Antarctica. You'll get a 7—Discovery '63—Children                                                                                 11:20             ootball contest in which the play-
                                                                                                                                               2—Film—The Harvey Girls—
 added. "She's kind • of, different. me something about his back- look at the 35 full-fledged scien- 9—Chubby Jackson—Cartoons
 It's certainly a different role for ground? H. W.< C , Evansville tists aboard, their laboratories, 13—American Economy ,                          1946-Judy Garland—2 Hrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                       3-Issue And The Challenge
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              rs wear inflated suits (like the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                gskin itself) and send the ath-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         New Symbol,
 me. Fun, too. I used to have an Ind.                                   and, most important of all, the                       4:55             7 - F i l m - T h e Black Whip-1956 ,5—News                                   etes floating down the field for
 altruistic view of the parts I want-                                   floor of the sea they're investi- 7—American Newsstand                      —1 Hr. 35 Min.                                         11:30     •          uchdown after touchdown.                 Plan Introduced
 ed toplay; I wanted to do the Lo- Answer — Mr. Spivak gradu- gating with its untouched layers                                5:00                                  11:30              2—Pete And Gladys—Comedy                  Hilarity then reigns completely RED BANK — Progressive
 -etta Young sort of thing. Now I      ated cum laude from Harvard, of sediment, containing, they                                              4—Johnny Carson                                                                I the picture that was directed Life Insurance Co., here, un-
                                                                                                                2—Love That Bob—Comedy                                                 4—Concentration—Downs
 •ealize that the meatier parts are was business manager of the mag- hope, untold facts of knowledge 4—News                                                         11:45             5—Romper Room—Children                  y Robert Stevenson and pro- veiled its new symbol and intro-
 Tiore fun."                           azine "American Mercury" when about the wonders and myster-                                            [3—Reflections                                                                   uced by Bill Walsh, with screen duced its new "Circle of Protec-
                                                                                                                                                                                      7—Yours For A Song
                                       H. L. Mencken was editor. Spi- ies of the earth. 10:30 p.m. NBC. 7—Financial News                                            12:10                                                     lay by Samuel W. Taylor.
    To find the right method for her vak later became editor and pub-                                          9—Zoorama                                                               1—Superman                                                                  tion" insurance program at a
                                                                                                               U—dick Tracy—Cartoons           1—News                                                      11:40 -
 demanding role, she attended a lisher of the magazine. He was                                                                                                                                                                  The co-feature with "The Son meeting here recently of the of-
                                                                            TONIGHT. Barbar Streisand 13—Once Upon A Day                                            12:50              3—Tri State Focus
 /ocal establishment called the Pink one of the first to put oi                                                                                                                                                                   Flubber," will be another Walt ficers and directors.
 Pussycat.                             paperbacks . . . the Mercui makes a return visit to Johnny                             5:05
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             )isney presentation — "The Leg- Marking the company's entry
    "It was quite an education," Books. He is owner and produci Carson's show, joining Artie
she remarked. •,   .                  of "Meet the Press," which h Shaw, saxophonist Julian "Can
                                      the distinction of being the Ion,
                                                                                                               7—1 Married Joan—Comedy
                                                                        nonball" Adderley, , and singers 11—Rocky And His Friends
                                                                                                                                                  •Film-High Fury-1948—
                                                                                                                                                                                                           MOVIE TIMETABLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                      RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             end of Lobo," the fascinating and into the field of ordinary life in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             acciting story of the wolf packs surance coverage, the symbol is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             hat followed the buffalo herds a lighted torch in a circle—"The •
                                                                        Jackie and Roy. (Color) 11:15                        5:30                  Madeline Carroll—90 Min.                                                     rough the west, whose cunning, Torch of Progress in a Circle."
New Explorer                          est running show on TV today.
                                                                        p.m. NBC                               2—Film—Tarzen And The Slave 9—Almanac Newsreel
                                                                                                                                                                                       Sodom & Gomorrah 2:00; 6:30: 9:00.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             indurance and steel-trap jaws The symbol was designed by Mel
                                                                                                                   Girl—Lex Barker—75 Min.                                                                                      ade them fearless. It is filmed Barnes, art director of Ambrose
Unit Planned                             Question — Does Rod Serlinj
                                      personally write all the scripts
                                                                                                               5-Sandy's .Hour                4—Mayor Of The Town
                                                                                                                                               9—News and Weather                    BARONET-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   LONG BRANCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Technicolor and narrated by & Borrie, Advertising, Asbury
     MATAWAN — Plans are undei                                                                                 7—Highway Patrol                                                         Term oi Trial 3:00: 8:10; Playglrl :ex Allen.                            i Park.
way for a. new Explorer Scou 'Twilight Zone"? I was told r
                                      did but that he used differei
                                                                                   HEALTH CAPSULES             9—Film—River Lady—1948—                               1:20               After Eark 1:30; 7:00; 10:30.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ASBURY PARK
unit to. serve this area.                                                       by Michael &. Petti, M.D.          90 Min.                        •Film-Saigon-1948-Alan
                                      names.—H. E., Holland, Va..           ARE INFLUENZA /iNP THE 11—Popeye                                       L a d d - 1 Hr. 55 Min.           LYRIC-
    The organizing committee mei
                                         Answer — Even a writer wi           'FLU'THE SAME THIMG ?                                                                                     Weit Side Story 2:00; 7:00; 9:45.
at the home of Robert Shafto an
discussed initial plans. Anothe Mr. Serling's talent would soo;                                                                                                                         Son of Flubber 2:00; 1:00; 6:00;
meeting will be held at the sam run out of ideas and gimmick
place tonight at 8 o'clock.' -Ai: f he had to turn out a new ep:
interested in participating are m sode every week. He,only occa
                                                                                                                                                                                        8:00; 10:00.
                                                                                                                                                                                       T. JAMES-
                                                                                                                                                                                        The Longest Day 8:30.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CARLTON «JK
vited.                                ionally personally writes                                                                                                                                   NEPTUNE CITY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SH 1-9600            NOW thru SATURDAY
    Information sources inciud script. Many other writers co                                                                                                                         NEPTUNE C I T Y -
Mr. Shafto, 13 Church St., John tribute to the show. Serling,                                                                                                                           Dlamtmd Head 7:25: 9:30.
Conlon, 210 Main St., and Leo his capacity as co-producer an
Holland, 171 Main St.                 story consultant, does, have a sa
                                                                                                                                                                                       North of Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                            ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 TWIN CITADELS OF SIN!
                                      so in the selection of scripts.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Jumbo 7:00: 0:10.
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                                          ion about any TV program oi
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                                                                              H M I O I Capsulai givn hslpful information.
  _   GEORGE                Fpw(OE •      19" PORTABLE                      . It is no! intended to b l of I diagnostic natum
                                                                                                                                  Exotic Mitsuko, a Japanese dancer living in Rome, was
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Wond&rful World O! The Brothers          STEWART GRANGER • PIER ANGELI
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Grimm 8:00.

                                                                                                                                  signed to head the sensuous dancers who entertained at                  Of the soybean oil produced
                                                                                                                                 tho court of the pleasure-mad Queen of Sodom in the                    in this country in 1S62, 95.8 per
                                                                                                                                 lavish Biblical spectacle, "Sodom and Gomorrah," a multi-              cent went into edible products
    DARRENS                                                                                                                                                                                             such as margarine and salad                                           STARTS FRIDAY

                                                                                                                                 million-dollar Titanus production in De Luxe Color which               dressings, while only 4.2 per                                        "SODOM AND
                                                                                                                                 is being released by 20th Century-Fox now at both Carl-                cent went for such industrial use            JACK LEMMON
                                                                               ALL YOU                                           ton Theatre and (Friday, Saturday,! Sunday) at Eaton-                  as paint and ink manufacture.              "DAYS OF WINE                   Also
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                                                                                                                                 Stanley Baker, Rossana Podesta and Anouk Aimoe.
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                                                                                                                                                                    eign student. This year, a second
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                                            SCIALFA TV                           LUIGI'S
                                                                                                                                Record Sale
                                                                                                                                  MIDDLETOWN - The high
                                                                                                                                                                    student, Miss Lillians Barrene-
                                                                                                                                                                    chea of Argentina was brought
                                                                                                                                                                    to the township.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        SUNDAYSOfHY-OftN 3>»-MOV|H AT i«O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 "WEST SIDE STORY"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          "Playqirls After Dark"
                                          & Appliance Co.                                                                       school Student Council is con-        At present the local Chapter
                        uiniu Color         707 BROADWAY                      Served 11:30 to 2:00                              ducting a sale of records to help   of the American Field Service                                                                         "Best Picture of the Yeor"
                                                                                                                                defray the cost of bringing a       is seeking a host home where
                                          WEST LONG BRANCH                   90 Newman Springs Rd.                                                                                                                                                CT   UluiFC   ASBURY
 DUMONDHEAD                                  CA 9-0200                           RED B A N K
                                                                                 Call SH 1-9220
                                                                                                                                foreign student to the township
                                                                                                                                for the 1963-64 school year.
                                                                                                                                  Last year, Council. In co-oper-
                                                                                                                                                                    the student'will live during his
                                                                                                                                                                      The Student Council has or-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  M. JAMti      PARK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "THE LONGEST DAY"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Reserved Scat Policy
                                                                                                                                ation with the American Field       dered 2,000 records. .
                                                                                                                                                                     ByBlaU                                               RED BANK REGISTER              Tuesday, March 5, 1963-13
                     Today's IIHIMU Mirrors
                                                                             Arbor Day                            I V I t HAPPEN TO YOU?
                                                                             Ceremonies                                                                                             Design Topic Better Government League
                               Signs of Good                                 Scheduled                            (AMP PUTAU-THe FULL                                               Of Meeting May Endorse Candidates
                                                                               MIDDLETOWN — Four town
                              Spring Business?                               ship schools have accepted the
                                                                             offer of the Middletown Shade
                                                                                                                                                                                      NEW SHREWSBURY -"Land-
                                                                                                                                                                                    scape Design for Monmouth
                                                                                                                                                                                    County" will be discussed at a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          OCEAN TOWNSHIP—The Bet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ter Government League, mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mr. Guy Calafato, league
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             chairman, said candidates who
                                                                             Tree Commission to furnish                                                                                                                 bers of which were among origi-      would seek the league's back-
                                                                                                                                                                                    meeting of the New Shrewsbury                                            ing, have been invited to appear
                                                                              rees which will be planted on                                                                                                             nal boosters for the new council-
                                                                                                                                                                                    Garden Club Thursday at 8:30                                             at the meeting slated for.8 p.m.
                                                   by SAM DAWSON Arbor Day, April 28, it was an-                                                                                                                        manager government to take ef-
                                                                                                                                                                                    p.m. at Swimming River School.                                           at Township Hall. The session
                                                                             nounced by Jess Jordan, chair-                                                                                                             fect here July 1, will meet Thurs-
    NEW YORK (AP) - Looking               build new one and that consumer man of the Middletown com-                                                                                  Prof. Roy DeBoer, assistant                                            will be conducted by a Steering
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        day to consider public endorse-
  for signs of good spring busi-          sales propects are deemed bright mission.                                                                                                 professor of ornamental horticul-                                        Committes of the league which
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ment of candidates lor council.
 ness? You can find them in some            Housing starts hit a high in                                                                                                            ture at Rutgers University, will                                         will later submit recommenda-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          An election for the five coun-
 of the figures on what happened          November. Since then bad weath       Mr. Jordan said that the                                                                             lead the discussion. Prof. DeBoer                                        tions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        cil posts will be held May 14.
  In January and February, Even           er has taken the expectable toll Thome, Harmony, Falrview and                                                                             holds a B.S. degree from Cornell                                            Besides considering candidates
  more favorable are some of the          But they remain high enough to River Plaza Schools had advised                                                                            and an M. S. frorn Rutgers.                                              who make themselves available
 forward looking reports, such s
  new orders for durable goods.,
                                          indicate a good spring for the the commission that they would
                                          construction industry. And that hold tree-planting ceremonies.
                                                                                                                                                                                      This meeting is open to the
                                                                                                                                                                                    public.                             N. Shrewsbury                        for office, the Steering Commit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tee also is charged witn encourag-
     Others promise a business spurt      will spread through numerous in A commission member will be at                                                                              The public has also been in-                                           ing additional persons to become
  In coming weeks but a letdown
  later. An-example is the report
                                          dustries that supply it.           each ceremony.
                                            Corporate profits were climb- The commission says' it is
                                                                                                                                                                                    vited to visit the Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                                                    "Flower Show. The Garden Club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Man Fined $25                        part of a non-partisan ticket
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             which the league will support.
  from auto companies that they
  are Stockpiling steel as a hedge
  •gainst a possible strike in the
                                          ing as 1962 drew to a close. Mos hopeful that all schools or their
                                          signs now point to a continuing P a r e n t - Teacher Associations
                                                                                                                                                                                    is sponsoring a bus trip there.
                                                                                                                                                                                    The all-day trip will take place    In Red Bank                             The Steering Committee has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             scheduled another public meeting
                                          rise in the first quarter of 1963. would accept the offer of a free                                                                       next Tuesday. Mrs. Joseph Lie-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           RED BANK - Harold Cheek,          for March 11 at the Dow Avenue
  summer and are building up in-          This indicates where business has ree In order that students of all                                                                       Roy, is chairman.
  ventories of tires because of up-                                                                                                                                                                                     96 Spring St., New Shrewsbury,       School. This will be held for In-
                                          been more than where it is go- schools could participate in the                                                                                                                                                    troduction of all candidates the
  coming labor-management nego-           ing. But rising profits generate effort to further beautify the                                                                                                               was fined $25 yesterday by Magis-
  tiations in the rubber'industry.
     Insofar as other industries build,
                                          optimism—and higher dividends township,
                                          —and inspire both consumers and Mr. Jordon also announced that
                                                                                                                                                                                    To Participate                      trate William I. Klatsky. Cheek
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             committee believes to be qual-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ified, and for making a selection
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        was arrested Sunday by Sgt. Al-      of the five-member ticket.
  up steel stocks beyond present
  needs for the same fear of labo
                                          business to spend more.            applications are coming in for
                                            Retail trade has held high in t h e commission's spring tree
                                                                                                                                                                                    In Math Contest                     bert Newman, Jr. and charged            Members of the committee are
  trouble, however unlikely a strike
  seems now, steel production wi!
                                          spite of bad weather and strikes planting program.
                                          ancj talk of business uncertain- Repeating its program of last
                                                                                                                  Sisterhood - Scouts Are                                               NEW SHREWSBURY — Twen with being drunk on West Bergen
                                                                                                                                                                                      ty-five students at Monmouth Re- PI.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Albert C. Graulich, Robert Har-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ris, John Pare, Raymond Ew-
  swell in coming weeks. Steel                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ing, William Feinberg, Charles
  companies, their employes
  suppliers, transportation compa-
                                          ty. Merchants are hoping there 'all, the commission has offered
                                          won't be a late spring. They, are :o furnish and plant a tree on the    Sets Events Inducted                                                gional- High School will partici- Victor Garrett of 140 Montgom-
                                                                                                                                                                                      pate in the 14th annual high ery Ter., also arrested Sunday            Shaw, Jr., Dr. Miles S. Winder,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Harry Green, George Schuler,
  nies and merchants in the steel
                                          counting on record spring busi- front lawn of any Middletown              MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — .A. RED BANK — Fourteen Ten- school mathematics contest to be by Sgt. Newman, was given the                           Ronald Marotta, and Mrs. Edwin
  towns, all will have a prosjjerou        ;ess. .                           residence, at a charge of S10 per   meeting of the executive board of erfoot Boy Scouts were inducted held Thursday, March 14.             alternative of paying a }25 fine
  6pring..                                  As for business in general, the tree. Applications for trees may     the Sisterhood of the Strathmore- into Troop 3, St. James Catholic The contest is sponsored joint- or serving a 15-day jail sentence.
     Finally, whether there's
                                          National Association of Purchas be obtained at Township Hall un-       at-Matawan Jewish Center was Church, at a Court of Honor neld ly by the Mathematical Associa- Garrett was charged with be-
  strike or not, steel productlo
  will slide—cither through a wort
                                          ing agents reports that February il the closing date of March 15.
                                          showed some improvement over
                                                                                                                 held Feb. 28 at the home of Mrs. at St. James Grammar School. ation of America and the Society ing drunk and disorderly and us-
                                                                                                                 Melvin Greenfield, 157 Idlewild They included Michael Alton of Actuaries.                              ing abusive language.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             County Man
                                          January in both new orders and                                         La.                                jerg, Michael Cooper, Andrew " L e a r n i n g          Mathematics
  stoppage or because labor peac
  will lead the customers to live
  off their stocks while they last
                                          production. It might have been
                                          better except for the severe
                                                                            CWV Installs                            Mrs. Samuel Schaefer, vice 'rockett, Joseph Freeman, Mi-
                                                                                                                 president of ways and means, an- chael Golden, Joseph Hall, Kevin
                                                                                                                                                                                      Through Selective Problem
                                                                                                                                                                                      ing" is this year's theme.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Two a s s a u l t and battery
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        charges were withdrawn jn yes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        terday's court session and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Wins Award
                                          weather in much of the nation and                                                                         Kearney, Michael Burner, Kier- Objectives of the contest are to hearing on another was post
     The same thing will happen ii
  the tire market, tempered by th
                                          numerous labor disputes.          New Officers                         nounced the following events:
                                                                                                                    Cake sale, Mrs. Murray Kra- lan Lynch, Stephen Marks, Rob-
                                                                                                                                                                                      develop sound scholarship and in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             As Speaker
  unlikeliness of motorists to hedge         All of this doesn't add up to a ASBURY PARK - Frank P. vitz, chairman, to be held at the irt McCarthy, Michael McCrink, terest in mathematics, to enrich Henry G. DaVerso, 293 Spring
                                          guarantee of a good spring—cer- Orifici of Asbury Park was in- next general meeting, Tuesday, tudolph Sama and Joseph Sulli-                and supplement daily classroom                                          JERSEY CITY —' Michael Li-,
  similarly by buying replacemenl                                                                                                                                                     instruction and to show that se- St. charged with striking his •sowsky, son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
  tires in advance of need.               tainly it doesn't spell a booming stalled as commander of the March 5; a white elephant sale, 'an.                                                                            wife, will have a hearing, next chael Lisowsky, 35 Terry La.,
     Some signs of a good spring,         spring. But whatever- the year Monmouth           County     Chapter, Mrs. Martin Cooper, chairman, to A merit badge was presented lective problem-solving can be Monday.
  however, carry no such warnings         may eventually hold for business, Catholic War Veterans, at the re- be held at the April meeting; a o Michael Arnone, for finger- used in formulating and solving Ann Eccles of 80 Wallace St. New Shrewsbury, won a major
                                          the next three or four months a cent county convention.                                                                                     problems other than mathemati-                                        award for an individual speaker
  of built-in reversals.                                                                                         card and mah jong party, Mrs. irinting.                                                                withdrew assault and batterj at St. John's University debate
                                          least should be good ones on the                                                                                                            cal.
     New orders for durable goods                                              The convention was held at Maxwell, chairman.                          Year pins were given to Rob- Mrs. Edna M, Pratt, chairman charges against her husband, tournament recently.
                                          whole. ,
  hit a record high in January.                                              Mt, Carmel Post, here, following The next board meeting is on ;rt Grant, five years; Michael of the' mathematics department John Eccles, and against Mrs. Lisowsky is a member of the
  This carries a double kicker fo                                            attendance at Mass and the re- March 28 at the home of Mrs. fagle, four years; John Douglass, is the faculty sponsor.                       Mildred Eccles, all of the Wal- Gannon Debating Society at St.
, the optimists. First, the orders
  will be filled in coming months
  meaning busy plants arid risin
                                          More Fund                          ceiving of Holy Communion.
                                                                               Other officers installed were; La.
                                                                                                                 Robert Weinstein, 149 Idlewild ind Daniel Phelan, two years,
                                                                                                                                                                                        High school students taking the
                                                                                                                                                     md Michael Arnone, Gregory Fi- test are Carol Arnold, Lynn Col
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         lace St. address.                  Peter's College, tere, where he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Judge Klatsky asked $10 costs is a junior majoring in political
                                                                               Amiello C a 1 i f a nNo, Long The Sisterhood's next general iscanero, James Grant, William by, Madeleine Davenport, Leon in each case.
  shipments and earnings. Second,
  build new ones and that consumei        Drive Aides                       Branch, first vice commander; meeting will be Tuesday, March 'enna and John Thorpe, one year ard Halio, Richard Holman, Nan
                                                                            Cliff Fronapfel, Deal second 5, at 8 p.m. at the Matawan                                                  cy Houghton, Kathy IHmensee            COMPLETES TRAINING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Eighteen teams competed In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the tournament, which St. Peter's
  are ready to modernize plants o;
                                          Are Named                         vice commander; John Me- irammar School, Broad St. Host-
                                                                            dian, Red Bank, third vice com- esses will be the members oE the Jehovah's Witnesses
                                                                                                                                                                                      Susan James, Richard Johnson, GREAT LAKES, 111. - Thom- won by a 6 to 1 vote of the
                                                                                                                                                                                      Thomas Keevil, David Linde as J. Beers, son of Mrs. Vilma judges. The topic was, "Re-
     Studio Couch                           LONG BRANCH - Thirty ad-
                                          ditional division foremen have
                                                                            mander; Joseph Peluso, Asbury Sisterhood's executive board.
                                                                             Park, treasurer; Al Targon, Red                                        Hear Saia Speak
                                                                                                                                                                                      mann, Richard Maizel, Ralph M. Beers of 38 Beechwood Ave., solved: That the Non-Communist
                                                                                                                                                                                      Mango, Alvis McGay, Carl Mil- Ksansburg, N. J., has completed Nations of the World Should Es-
                                                                             Bank, welfare officer; Alex Model UN Assembly
                                          been named for the membership-                                                                              ASBURY PARK—Joseph Sala, ler, Lewis Miller, Frank Osgood, recruit training at the Naval tablish an Economic Commu-
                                                                             Groppe, Asbury Park, adjutant;
                                          finance campaign of the Long
                                                                             Anthony J. Guzzi, Atlantic High-    Scheduled in Madison district supervisor for the Watch- Raymond Pronk, James Reilly, Training Center, here.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Ralph Silva, David Teeters, Rob-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BORROW $ 2200
                                          Branch area YMCA.
                                                                             lands, historian; Dr. Carney Ve- MADISON — Monmouth Col- tower Society, addressed more ert Thome, Marie White, Robert
                                             Named were Robert Kleibert, terano, Asbury • Park, judge                                               than 2,000 persons last Sunday at
                                          Ray Bacon, Jr., Paul Nastasia, advocate; Raymond Russomano, lege, West Long Branch, will be the semi-annual assembly of Je- Whitfield and Bruce Wilcomb.
                                          Jr., Al De Peters, William Scott, Long Branch, officer-of-the-day;      among the colleges and universi hovah's Witnesses in the Para-
                                                                                                                  ties represented at the tri-state mount Theater, here.
                                          Harry Dixon, Charles Carroll Sally Hanson, Atlantic High-
                                          Carmen Faillacci, Mrs. Barbara lands, medical officer, and John
                                          Demaree, and Leon Cordner.
                                                                                                                  Model United Nations Assembly Raymond Bosworth, presiding tra Cash. You Get it Fast When
                                                                                                                  to be held at the Madison cam-
                                                                             Mocik, Sr., Atlantic Highlands, pus of Fairleigh Dickinson Uni- minister, headed the Red Bank You Use The Register Classified.
                                             Also, Robert Braun, Mrs. Mad- Thomas Salmon, Long Branch versity April 19-21.                           delegation.
                                                                                                                                                                                         There's no Trick to Having Ex-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              REPAY 1 8 " A MONTH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         LAItCM AMOUNTS AT rtOPOMIONATS RATES
                                          eline West, Charles Presley, and Joseph Canning, Red Bank,                                                                                                                          Home Owners with or without existing mortgewji
            '49.95                        Russell Bodine, Robert Hulit, trustees.
                                          Everett Wilson, Robert Penn
                                                                                                                     Delegations from each schoo
                                                                                                                  will include two foreign and one
                                                                                                                                                                               SAVE AW EARN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS INTO ONE LOW MONTHLY PAYMENT

                                                                                The Installing officers were American student. A limit
                                          Jr., Richard Miller, Sam Teich Mrs. Margaret E. Leafhill, his-
                                                                                                                  number of observers, selected
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                REPAYMENT SCHEDULE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                AMOUNT            15 YEARS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Get             -•
                                          er, and Fred Crotchfelf, Jr.       torian with the national organi- from New ^Jersey high Schools                                                           Current
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $ 2,200            $18.57
      RAILROAD                               Also, Peter Goldberg, Elbert zation, and John M. Berry, past and foreign students at Fairleigh
                                          Hoppenstedt, Miss         Theodora state commander.
                                          Apostolacus, Michael Marchitto,
                                                                                                                   Dickinson, will be admitted by
                                                                                                                   invitation only.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Per Annum
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    5,000 •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      45.20                cash
     WAREHOUSE                            Mrs. Doris Wunsch, John Kahle,
                                          Clarenoa Wilson, William Karr-
                                          berg, Toby McFaddin, and Ed-
                                                                             12 Motorists                            The Assembly, designed to
                                                                                                                  bring together students of vari-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   10,000             84.39

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            International Mortgage Assoc.
     2(1 Highway 35, Eatontown
                                          ward Ivins, 3d.
                                             Co-charimen of the drive,       Lose Licenses
                                                                                                                  ous nations for exchange of
                                                                                                                  views on vital international is-
                                                                                                                  sues, is the concept of severa                        Long Branch • Keyport • Holmdel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    22 Haddon Ave, Caindcn, N. J.
                                          which will start March 19 and TRENTON - A dozen Mon- evening students in foreign af
     Josl Sooth of EtfoDlpwn Circle       continue through April 2, are mouth County motorists have fairs.                                                                    Oakhurst • Middletown                                   In Red, Bank Call SH 7-2662
        OPEN DAILY »:30 la 9:30                                                                            have
            SAT. 8:30 la 1:30
                                          Charles L. Morgan and Thomas had their licenses suspended by
              Call 542-2020
                                          Kiely. The campaign goal is $27,- the State Division of Motor Ve-
                                          000.                               hicles for traffic viloations fall-
                                                                             ing under the provisions of the
                                                                             state's point system.

                      BLUE COAL                                               They include: Vincent Villarib,
                                                                            21, of 591 Russell Ave., Long
                                                                            Branch, two months; Max Hal-
                                                                            ler, 24, of 89 First Ave., Atlantic
                                                                            Highlands, one month; Alan Phi-
             FRED D. WIKOFF CO.                                             fer. 19, of 94 Garden Rd., Shrews-
                                                                            bury, four months; Milton
                                                                            Whaley, 58, Holmdel-Bradvelt
                     Telephone SH 1-0554                                    Rd., Holmdel, 20 days; Hattie
                                                                            Wells, 50, of 1024 Heck Ave.,
                       RED BANK, N. J.                                      Neptune, one month; William
                                                                            Lippincott, 20, Rt. 34, Farming-
                                                                            dale, three months and Karl
                                                                            Brand, 32, of 18 Frances El.,
                                                                            Hazlet, one month.
                                                                              Also, James Fraley, 21, New
                                                                            BeUford Rd.,     Belmar,   two

                   J. YANKO
                J0 BROAD STREET                   RED BANK
                                                                            months; Leroy Clay, 42, of 226
                                                                            Mechanic St., Red Bank, one
                                                                            month; Haywood Britt, 29, of
                                                                            1031 Summerfield Ave., Asbury
                                                                            Park, six months, and James
                                                                            Schales, 24, of 28 Ridge Ave.,
                                                                            Neptune, and Robert Barry, 47,
                                                                            of 805 Woodcrest Dr., Spring
                                                                            Lake Heights, both one month
>1                                                                          suspensions.

          closing out                                                          Sirathmore
                                                                              Saturday night guests at the
                                                                            home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
          at reductions                                                     Lerner, 10 .Idlewild La., were Mr.
                                                                            and Mrs. Joel Green, Mr. and
                                                                            Mrs. Yale Block, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                            Irwin Kabak, and Dr. and Mrs.
                                                                            Russell Hils all of Fords. Also
                                                                            present were Dr. and Mrs. Martin
                                                                            Stahl and Mr. and Mrs. Peter

         of 5 0 % plus                                                      Rebowich of Edison; Mr. and
                                                                            Mrs. Robert Sessler, Summit;
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Robert Linder, and
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gutterman,
                                                                            Scotch Plains, and Dr. and Mrs.
                                                                            George Wexler, Strathmore.

                                                                              Mrs. Theodore Schneider, 609

         MATERNITY                                                          Line Rd., has announced she
                                                                            plans to form an amateur thea-
                                                                            ter group.

                                                                               George Mikos, brother of Mrs.

         & PRE-TEEN
                                                                            Donald Fields, 42 Ivanhoe La.,
                                                                            spent some time with his broth-
                                                                            er-in-law and sister after flying
                                                                            in from McGuire Air Force Base
                                                                            on his way to spend five weeks
                                                                            in Heidelberg, Germany and
                                                                            three weeks in Holland as a civi-

         DEPARTMENTS                                                        lian missile technician.
                                                                               Also visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                              ields Is Mr. Fields' brother Wil-                                  THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A PHONE CALL to set your mind at easeXabout
                                                                                                                                                 anything. It tells you what, you want11 to know right away. If you're wondering
                     All sales f i n a l                                      Recent guests at the home of
                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rosenzwelg,                                        about someone or something—why not reach for your phone now. That's
                                                                            76 Andover La., were Mr. and
                                                                            Mrs. Alan .Katz and Mr. and Mrs.                                     what today's good, low-cost phone service is for. . NEW JERSEY BELL11
                                                                            Brian Katz, both from Brooklyn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      RED BANK REGISTER

                                                          Wave Eliminated                                                                                                                           14—Tuesday, March 5, 1953

                                                                                                                                                                                                            At Freehold Reg.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                CROUP 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                          CENTRAL JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                               First Round
                                                                                                                                                                                                    7 p.m.-Hlghtstown va. Pennlngton
                                                                                                                                                                                                    8:S»-Rumson-F. H. vs. Manvllle
                                                                                                                                                                                                       At A. P. Convention Han
                                                                                                                                                                                                              CROUP 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                          CENTRAL JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                             First Round
                                                                                                                                                                                                    7 p.m.-Mansquan vs. Wall Twpv
                                                                                                                                                                                                              GROUP 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                         CENTRAL JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                             First Round
                                                                                                                                                                                                    8:J0-Perth Amboy vs. Linden
                                                                                                                                                                                                           At SayrevUle H. S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               GROUP J
                                                                                                                                                                                                               First Round
                                                                                                                                                                                                    8 p.m.-Neptune vs. Madison Twp.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             At Rider, Trenton               DRIBBLING IN — Raritan Township High School's Bill
                                                                                                                                                                                                             PAROCHIAL A                     Jannarone dribbles around Wall Township High School
                                                                                                                                                                                                            SOUTH JERSEY                     defender Rick Przybylowski in first quarter of last night's
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Quarter-Finals                  NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 2 clash at the Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                    7 p.m.-CBA vs. Camden Catholic           High School gymnajium. Wall Township staged a final
    MANCHER FEEDER — Richie Caldwoll, right, Long Branch High eager, feeds one to                                       DONT DO IT — Ken Bullivant, Middletown High player,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    8:10-Holy Cross (Riverside) v s .
    Tom Oliradotti, not shown, in the post for a Brancher shot against Perth Amboy in                                   appears to be tossing ball out of bounds to keep it away                      Notre Dame (Trenton)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             period rally to nip Raritan's team, 64-62, in an exciting
    NJS1AA action last night at Woodbridge High School, The Perth Amboy pUyers in                                       from Linden High School defender Bob Dombrowski in                                                                   contest witnessed by approximately 500 cheering fans.
    on action are Jerry Convery, center, and Pete Savino. Perth Amboy eliminated the                                    last night's state tourney tilt. Linden ousted the Lions                       At Camden Convention Hall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The vic+ory put Wall into the C-J Group 2 quarter-finals
    Gre«n Wave with a 64-51 triumph.                                                                                    by rolling to a 90-54 win.                                                           PAROCHIAL B                     where they will face Manasquan at Asbury Park's Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           SOUTH JERSEY                      vention Hall Friday night. Coach Don Ciok's Rockeh

   Linden Demolishes Middletown, 90-54;
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Semi-Finals                   closed out their initial campaign with a 8-10 record.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    1 p.m.-St. Rose v s . Gloucester

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Wall Eliminates
                                                                                                                                                                                                              At A. P. Convention Hall

   Perth Amboy Rips Long Branch, 64-51                                                                                                                                                                                  GROUP 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CENTRAL JERSEY

        WOODBRIDGE - Linden, a              Linden Never Headed           rout in the second quarter as Orlando Bryson and Dave Davis, gave the Perth Amboy quintel
    club whose 15-6 record doesn't do Middletown was purely out- Middletown didn't come up with had too much height on thea 41-36 lead entering the fina 8:3t-Kuinson-Manville winner v s .
    it justice, made Middletown High classed last night by the Linden a point until there was 3:50 re-               Green Wave club and hauled quarter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           7 p.m.-Pt. Pleasant vs. Franklin
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Twp.-Mlddlesex winner

                                                                                                                                                                                                             Hightstown-Pennington winner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Raritan 5,64-62
    School's debut in the 45th annual club. Linden ran off six straight maining to h&lftime.                Linden down almost every rebound in After Jerry Convery opened the                                                                                                         •ee foul tosses by Wall's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   At Rider, Trenton                                             Ken Fortier were oH-set by Al
    N. J. State Interscholastic Ath- points to bolt into a 13-5 lead in piled up the first 10 points of the the second half as Perth Amboy final stanza scoring for Perth                                               GROUP 4
    letic Association tournament an the first quarter and things stanza, four on free throws by boosted its season record to one                         Amboy with a field goal, Oliva-
    embarrassing one last night as turned for the worse for Coach Czerwinski, before Ken Bullivant notch above the .500 mark with dotti tapped in a basket and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CENTRAL JERSEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Knights Tally                         Jablonski's three point play that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 left Raritan with a 62-57 advan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tage with 2:14 left. Jablonski's
    it rolled up a 90-54 romp over Dave Wirth's Middletown five broke the second stanza scoring 10 wins against nine defeats, The Jordan scored on a steal to cut
    the Lions in the nightcap of a as the game progressed. Before ice for Middletown with a jump Branchers ended with a 10-11 gap to three-points, 43-40.
   cage doubleheader at Woodbridge the third period was completed, shot.                                             record.
                                                                                                                                                            Perth Amboy then took over Park
                                                                                                                                                                                                           7 p.m.-Westfield v s . Asbury
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Tilt's Final                          markers proved to b e Raritan's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 last' points of the season.
                                      Linden,' still going with its five Czerwinski finished with six Long Branch, which held its and won going away.                                                     8:3(r-Hlllslde vs. Trenton
   High School.
       In the opening game another starters despite an insurmount- free throws in the quarter and last lead at 7-5 midway through Kudrick and Savino, two sharp-                                                                           Seven Points                            Two baskets in a row by Wall's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 sensational sophomore Bill Mc-
   Shore school was ousted from able lead, held a 35-point margin Bob Firestone added three field the first quarter, pulled within shooting guards, led Perth.Am                                                                                RED BANK — Wall Township Gowan cut the deficit to 62-61.
   tournament      competition when 63-28.                               goals and a free throw in thethree points, 43-40, early in theboy in the scoring column with
\ P e r t b Amboy used superior The tall and classy shooting stanza as .the clubs headed for fourth quarter before Perth Am- 19 and 18 markers, respectively.
   neight to whip Long Branch, 64- Tiger quintet displayed every- the locker rooms at halftlme boy pulled away for the win.                             Convery was next with 11 and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Tourney                              High School scored the final John Eckman then intercepted an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             seven points of an exciting con- errant pass and drove in for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             test played at the Red Bank High two-pointer at the 53 second mark
   51, In a game in which the shoot- thing in rolling to the easy with Linden in command by 21 The Panthers ran off six Davis added 10, Nelson was high                                                                                      School gym. last night to elimi- that put Wall ahead to stay. He
   ers couldn't come close to hitting triumph.

                                                    The club      moved points, 38-17..                              straight points on buckets by man for the Wave quintet with 15
   a hot streak until the third against both zone and man-to- Ray Molski, a 6-5 bean pole, Pete Savino and Bob Poulsen points. Olivadotti tailed 14 and
                                      man defenses and clamped a went berserk i n t h e third quarter and two free throws by Savino Jordan was also in double figures
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Results                              nate Raritan Township High was also fouled on the play and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             School, 64-62, in a Central Jer- converted the effort for the final
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             sey Group 2 first round clash of 64-62 score.
      Both tilts were Central Jersey  tight defense on any offensive for Linden, scoring 16 points, to make it 49-43 and Long with 10.                                                                                  GROUP 4              the 45th annual New Jersey State Raritan put the ball In play
   Group 4 preliminary round con-     setup the Lions could master.     eight on free throws, as Linden Branch never recovered.                            MIMletown (54)          llndi_ . . . .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CENTRAL JERSEY             Intersdholastic Athletic Associa- for a final shot, but Wall's Eck-
                                                                                                                                                                       O FP                      0 FP
   tests. Linden, which could sur- In the first stanza cornerman piled up a 39-20 bulge in the                              Winners Pull Away           Glrardln       7 4 1! Wllkls             2 1 5             Preliminary Round         tion basketball tournament.         man again intercepted a cross-
                                                                         quarter for a 68-37 lead entering                                              Griffin                Kupcho               5 17
   prise the big boys as the.tourna- Steve Kupcho, who tossed'em up                                                     "Chubby" Nelson then scored Foulka             1 0 2 Cierwlnskl 3 7 13            Linden 90, Middletown 54              The victory, Wall's 12th in 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 court pass and the Knights sue-'
    ment- progresses, will meet Perth in all directions, pumped in four the final quarter.                                                              T)avtnport             Dombrowski 4                Perth Amboy 64, Long Branch contests, sends the Crimson cessfuliy froze the ball the rest
                                                                                                                     two free throws and a bucket Eulllvant                    Danleli           3 1
    Amboy in a quarter-final round field goals and classy backcourt Substitute Jim Daniels scored while Perth Amboy scored only Bnover                                 1 . 1 3 Flreston*          4 3 l:     SI                              Knights against Manasquan High of the way for their well-earned
    tilt Friday night at the Asbiiry  general Frank Czerwinski added eight points to pace Linden to a                                                   Novembre 2 3 J Chase
                                                                                                                     a two-pointer, but the winners McDowell 1 0 2 Hudaon                         0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                 1 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Asbury Park (6, Steinert (Tren- School (18-4) in the quarter-final: triumph.
   Park Convention Hall in the        two field goals and a charity 22-17 final quarter advantage.                                                       Jenkins
                                                                                                                     retaliated with a tap-in by Poul- Rooney          1 1 3| Chapman
                                                                                                                                                                       0 2 2|Kurek
                                                                                                                                                                                                 0 0         ton) 53                         of C-J Group 2 play at Asbury The game developed Into a
   nightcap of a twinbiil. In the toss as Linden took a 19-9 ad-                  Molski Tops Linden                 sen and a pair of charity tosses Abdella          0 0 oisiolskl             0 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                  7 8 22                GROUP 2              Park's Convention Hall Friday scoring battle between Raritan's
   opener two Shore schools, Mana- vantage.. Bob Girardin, Middle- Molski finished with 22 points a bucket by Bill Kudrick to bolt Ulasewlch 2 0 Irwln   Oa borne      0
                                                                                                                                                                           0                     0 1              CENTRAL JERSEY              night at 7 o'clock.                O'Neill and Wall's McGowan.
   squan and Wall Township, will town mainstay all season long, to emerge'as the game's high into a 13-point lead, 57-44,,. andCotmora                                         Friedman          0 0
                                                                                                                                                                       0 0 ' OjZaranka.          0 9                   First Round                                               O'Neill tallied 31 points and was
   tangle in a Central Jersey Group had six of the Lion's points, but scorer. Three teammates were wrap it up.                                                                                                                                  Coach Don Czok's Rockets a tower of strength on rebounds
                                                                                                                                                                      21 12 51                  30 30 90 Wall Twp. 64, Raritan Twp. 62
   2 quarter-final round tilt. The wasn't his usual self, missing in double figures. Kupcho led The first half action was list- Middletown                                         9 8 20 17—54 Pt. Pleasant 65, Keyyort 45                  closed out their initial court before he fouled out. McGowan
                                                                                                                                                        Linden                    19 19 30 22—90                                              campaign with a 8-10 record.
   'Squan-Wall game is slated for numerous jumps and drives.             the trio with 17 markers while less as Perth Amboy appeared Offlcljli—Comba & Feeney.                                                                                                                   scored 35 points and kept his
   action at 7 o'clock while the             Lions Go Scoreless          Czerwinski and Firestone added to have a worse case of tourna- L o w Branch (511 Perth Amtor <H)                                                                       For a good portion of the con club in the ball game through-
   nightcap will start at 8:30.         The game was turned into a 13 and 11, respectively.                          ment jitters than the Green Nelson
                                                                            Girardin was the only Middle- Wave. Long Branch scored six OllmdotU 4 7 15 Davli
                                                                                                                                                                       O FP
                                                                                                                                                                               Convery              Red Bank T
                                                                                                                                                                                                 fl FP
                                                                                                                                                                                                  5 11
                                                                                                                                                                                                 4 21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             test it appeared that the R a nout.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tan Township team would be op- Bill Jannerone had 18 for Rari-
                                                                                                                                                         Jordan                Bryaon                                                        posing Manasquan Friday night tan, while Wall's Eckman tallied
                                                                         town eager to hit double figures, straight points after Perth Am- Bohlesel
                                                                         finishing with 18. Bullivant was boy's opening bucket and con-
                                                                         next with eight.
                                                                                                                     tinued to lead until a field goal Jonea
                                                                                                                                                                       O 0
                                                                                                                                                                       3 2
                                                                                                                                                                       0 0 0 JJovak
                                                                                                                                                                                                 7 i 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                  8 3 19
                                                                                                                                                                                                 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                    To Conduct                               The Rockets led practically al 16 and teammate Fortier, nine.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the way, but lost their momen- Al Jablonski was also a strong '
                                                                                                                                                                       0 0 0 Poulien             2 0
                                                                            Middletown finished the season by Kudrick tied things up at 7- Folds
                                                                         with a 9-11 record.                        •all.
                                                                                                                                                        Greenwood 1 0 2
                                                                                                                                                                           0 2

                                                                                                                                                                      19 13 51
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Swim Course
                                                                                                                                                                                                27 10 64 RED BANK — The Communi- period.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tum when Ron O'Neill fouled out rebounder for the Rockets and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             with 2.55 to play in the fina chipped in with 10 points. " ~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       At that point Raritan
                                                                              Panthers Control Boards                  Th clubs then traded baskets Long Branch                _ . l l « 18 16—5                                                                                   Raritan led 16-14 after one
                                                                            Dominating the backboards in until it was 11-11 at the end ofPerth Amboy                              11 12 18 23—« ty YMCA here will conduct a held a five point, 59-54 lead, bui period, with O'Neill getting 11 of
                                                                                                                                                           Official* — Zuber & Clcares.                                                      it quickly dissolved.
                                                                         the second half, Perth Amboy the opening quarter.                                                                                six-lesson course in advanced                                          the 16 points. McGowan had 10
                                                                         held off Long Branch bids in Long Branch went scoreless                               MIDDLETOWN A LEAGUE                        YMCA swimming at the Shore
                                                                                                                                                                                              W I.                                                                               for the Knights.
                                                                         both the third and fourth stanzas for 3 minutes, 55 seconds in theDel-Air Bulldcra
                                                                        to nail down its victory in thesecond quarter while Perth Am- Helnke'a Meats _   Pepsi Cola
                                                                                                                                                                                             47% 2714
                                                                                                                                                                                             43 32 urdays, starting March 16.
                                                                                                                                                                                             42 33
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Area YMCA in Asbury Park Sat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Robinson Wins                           The losers outscored Wall, 16-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 12, in the second session to leave
                                                                        opening game.                                                                                                        4054 34
                                                                                                                    boy scored eight points to take The Mad Five R M I - B S . ...38 36 « According to Wilbur C. Hol-                                                            the court at half-time with a 32-
                                                                            Tom Olivadotti kept Long a 19-11 edge. The Wave, sparked Marty's Swedish Hop
                                                                                                                                                        Matthew J. olll
                                                                                                                                                        Mat-Key Recreation
                                                                        Branch close in the first half by four points by Richie Cald- John Daniels Mens Shop ...35 40
                                                                                                                                                                                            .37(4 3714    lands, youth chairman of the lo-
                                                                                                                                                                                        _...35\4 39% cal Y, the course will be limited     Rutgers' Frosh                        26 advantage. Jannarone scored
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 eight points in this period.
                                                                        when he pulled down numerous well, came back to cut the gapB. J. Marx Insurance                                      35 40 to 35 children who have passed
                                                                        rebounds, but two 6-4 cagers, to 23-16 at halftime.                             Harmony Woods
                                                                                                                                                        Top Hat Cleaners
                                                                                                                                                        Lily Tulip Cups _:
                                                                                                                                                                                        .....35 40
                                                                                                                                                                                       _..:.34 41 their YMCA minnow test or who
                                                                                                                                                                                        . . . i 6 49 can qualify by swimming 100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Scoring Crown                           Raritan picked up its third suc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cessive 16 in the third period, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wall tallied 17 to trail, 4843, go-
                                                                                                                           Shooting Sharp In 3d             O
                                                                                                                                                           G O Series — Tony Franclsconl 175.                                                   NEW BRUNSWICK -             Phil
                                                                               St. Joe's Quintet                                                        190, 269—634; Tom ZInrale 222, 195,
                                                                                                                       Both teams had their shooting 218-635: Joe Speclale 209. 197 217—
                                                                                                                                                               Tony C&prlonl 179, 247, 191—The teaching and testing dur-
                                                                                                                    eyes at the,outset of the third 623: Tom Paris 177, 181, 259—617"
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ing the hour-long program each
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Robinson of Northport, N. Y.: ing into the final eight minutes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             has won the scoring cham of: play. At one point in the
                                                                                                                    quarter with Long Branch, on Paul Dobrosky 222. 201, 189—612; Glno                                                       pionship and been elected hon- third frame Raritan held a 10
                                                                               Posts 57-39 Win                                                          Stranerto 227, 211, 180—61J; , Joe week will be under the Nationa
                                                                                                                    three field goals by Nelson and Menzzopane J r . 214, 196, 202—612:                                                      orary captain of the Rutgers point lead, 46-36, but seven points
                                                                                                                                                        Lupe Rufflnl 230, 182, 195—607; Ray YMCA aquatic program from freshman basketball team.
                                                                                                                    another by AI Jordan, pulled Broeder 193, 211, 200—604.                                                                                                       n a row by the Knights cut it
                                                                                                                                                                                                          fish to and including shark and
                                                                               Over Mater Dei                       within four points, 29-25.            200 Club — John Stranerlo 225.
                                                                                                                                                        Warv Pederaen 223,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          supervised by the staff of quali- The 6-4, 210-pound graduate of The torrid final period opened
                                                                                                                       A tap-in at the buzzer by Davis Laparre J r . 220. Doc Collo 221, Pipfied Red Bank YMCX aquatic di- Westbury High School scored 299
                                                                           NEW MOMMOUTH - St. Jo-                                                                                                         rectors.                           points for the Scarlet frosh, av- with two more baskets by
                                                                        seph's, of Metuohen, spurted for              Gronp IV Tilt                                                                                                          eraging 18.9 points in 16 games. O'Neill, but Wall hung on gamely
                                                                                                                                                                                                             The swimming program will be
                                                                        35 points in the final half to whip                                                                                                                                  The frosh record         (Robinson behind the scoring of McGowan
                                                                                                                                                                                                         open to non Y members as well as
                                                                        Mater Dei High School, 57-39, in                                                                                                                                     missed one game with an injury) and Eckman until they took the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         regular Y members and registra-
                                                                             jayvee basketball clasih here
                                                                        last night.
                                                                           Mater Dei, in its first year of
                                                                                                                      Asbury Park Ousts                                                                    ion will be open until Wednes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         day, March 13, or until the Robinson, who had been wag. O'Neill scored 10 points In the
                                                                                                                                                                                                         quota of 35 is filled.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             was 11-6.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ing an intense battle with guards
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 advantage following O'NeiU's de-,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 third period and five in the
                                                                        competition, has a 1-17 record.                                                                                                                               made Dennis Earl of Riverside and mirth before fouling out. Jan-
                                                                        St. Joseph's is 12-5 on the year.
                                                                           The New Monmouth parcch'a!
                                                                        school has one contest left —
                                                                                                                      Steinert Five, 66-55                                                                  Arrangements       were
                                                                                                                                                                                                         through Gregory Sariotis, physi- Roger Shutack of Somerville for narone had six in the fourth peri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         cal director of the Shore Area scoring honors, made sure of hisod.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         YMCA. The instruction time has title with a 30-point effort in the McGotvan scored 12 in the third
                                                                             clash with Immaculata High FREEHOLD - Led by the                                                                                                                Scarlet's season-ending 9S-84 vic-
                                                                                                                                                       Bill Kern's Blue Bishops moved been set at 2:00 p.m. in the Shore tory Wer Lehigh last week.                              and seven in the fourth, while
                                                                        School at Somerville on Friday. shooting of Mike Gallagher and
                                                                                                                                                       out to a nine-point bulge, 31-22, Area Y pool and transportation                                                          Eckman and Fortier each tallied
                                                                           Last night's ball game was Harry Starred, Asbury Park de-                                                                     for the group has been scheduled That'Was the second time this seven in the crucial last frame.
                                                                                                                                                       on Hayes' fine shooting.
                                                                        close in the first half with the feated Steinert of Trenton, 66-55,                                                              for 1:15 p.m. from the Communi- season Robinson reached the 30s. Raritan («!)                  Wall Xwp. (M)
                                                                        visitors holding a 22-20 lead at in the opener of a N. J. State The two clubs swapped baskets ty YMCA, Riverside Ave., Red                                          Earlier in the year, he had 34                                         O FT
                                                                        the Intermission. St. Joseph's Interscholastic Athletic Associa- throughout the third period with Bank.                                                                                                  O'Neill
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            against Delaware. Other high Jannarone                                 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6 6 16
                                                                        broke away with a 17-9 third tion tournament doubleheader at CMenese pacing Steinert with 13                                                                        games wer« 29 (Princeton) and Bauman                       McGowan 17 1 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Henry "Bud" Petry of Morgan-                                          ablonakl   3 t 10 Priybylo'tkl 1 0 2
                                                                        period, then wrapped it up with Freehold Regional High School points and Starrett collecting 10                                                                     28 (Trenton Junior College), j Coleman           - - - - ••            3 3 9
                                                                                                                                                       on five field goals for the win-                  ville and a member of the Y's                                           Butka
                                                                        a 18-10 final quarter advantage. last night.                                                                                                                           Shutack, who was leading the                                        0 0
                                                                           Paul Besuzzi, with 17. Tom                                                  ners. Asbury Park took a 53- Men's Club connected with the                                                                                      Hlndley
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0 2
                                                                                                                             the nightcap, • Trenton 47 lead into Che final eight min- local Y will be in charge of thescoring race most of the year,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0 0
                                                                        Stine, with 12, and Bob Good-                                                                                                                                       had 18 in the final game for a                  22 18 62              27 10 6i
                                                                                                                   boosted its record to 18-5 with utes of play.                                         instructional phase with assist-
                                                                        man, with 10, paced the Metuch-                                                                                                                                                                          RarllaivTwp:";.'...._   .16 16 16 1«—82'
                                                                                                                   an easy 72-47 romp over Edison At the outset of the final quar-ance                             coining    from   Donald total of 291 points and a 17.1 Wall Twp. ..._                 M 12 17 21—84
                                                                        en school's attack.                                                                                                                                                 average. He was in double fig- Officials—SteelB & Dubln.
     MAKE WAY — Middletown Township's Bob Girardin                                                                 Township.                  I        ter, Steinert cut the Bishop lead Tshudy and Mark Behdon.
                                                                           Mike DeCapua led Mater Dei Both encounters were Central                                                                                                          ures in 16 of 17 games .and. was
     drives past Linden High School player Steve Kupcho for with 13 points. Bob Ballweg and Jersey Group 4 contests. Asbury to 53-51 on a pair of fouls by                                                                                  over 20 five times, with a high of
                                                                                                                                                       Chienese and a bucket by Joe
     bucket in last night's NJSIAA tournament game at Steve Oakes each chipped in Park and Trenton will play at Herbert. After Hayes and Her-                                                                                               24.
                                                                        with eight markers. Oakes was                                                                                                                                          Earl averaged 16.8 points, with
     Woodbridge. The two-pointer didn't help as Linden the too rebounder for the losers. Rider College's gym, Trenton, bert exchanged baskets, Napoli
                                                                                                                   Saturday night in quarter-final tano sored on a three-point play                                                         285 over-all. He missed double
     romped to a 90-54 triumph to eliminate the Lions.                      St. Joseph's also triumphed in round games.                 Asbury Park                                                                                         figures only three times and had
                                                                        the freshman game, 47-21. Mike meets Westfield in the opener of and Starrett added a juniper to                                                                     a high of 28 against Columbia.

              before, you buy or build, sec .'•'. .
                                                                        Rapach led the winners with 18, the twihbill tot 7 o'clock before
                                                                        while Ed Fischer had five for Trenton tangles with one-time
                                                                                                                                                       pull Asbury Park out of reach,
                                                                                                                                                       60-53.       The Bishops weren't                                                        In fourth place for the frosh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            was Allen Friedman of Millburn
                                                                        the Mater Dei frosh. St. Jo-                                                   threatened the rest of the way.
                                                                                                                    loser Hillside in the 8:30 night- Gallagher and Starrett led the                                                          formerly W e e q u a h i c High      SUPPLIES?
                                                                        seph's frosh have a 15-9 record. cap.
                                                                        Mater Dei's yearlings are 6-17 After a first quarter in which Bishops with 18 points each.
                                                                        on the season.
                                                                          St. .To.rpti'n (SI)     MnlPr Pel (3!t>
                                                                                                                                                       Hayes added 13. Chienese and
                                                                                                                    the score changed hands several Herbert tallied 19 and 17 mark-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            School), who had 267 points in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            16 games, a 16.7 average. It was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            a hot streak by Friedman In mid-
                                                                                        r. p p              o r P times,      Steinert took its final ers, respectively, for the Steinert                                                   season (139 points in six games)
             "TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU"                                 Mcrclfr         4 1 (linnllwoit     1 (I » lead of the night at the start of                                                                                        that set the Scarlet frosh off on
                                                                        noorlmnn        ri 4 10!nerapim     5 3 11                                     quintet.
                                                                        Bcnnzil'•--v.fi TlT'OnUffl          0 8 H  the second period when Richie Asbury I'srk (on) Slolnrrt (55)                                                            a streak which boosted the rec-
                                                                        Rtlnp '         5 212IHnmmon<i      1 1 3 Chienese scored on a free throw                     a FP                      a FP                                                     *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ord trom 1 4 to the final mark.
           MAIN OFFICE                            Branch Office         Kuhn            1 0 2IHnnthp        1 2*                                       Oallagher 5 8 IB Chlancse
                                                                        ICofltnr        0 0 OINmichlnn      0 0 0 to put the Spartans up by one        Starrett       I) 0 18 Mlgllaccl         i    m                                         Coach Bruce ^ebster, who
           874 Highway 35                                               Cnniullo        3 0     filoranito  ft 1 1 point, 16-15.                       Napolltano 3 3 0 Smith                   0 11
                                                Atlantic Highlands      HIRKlna         0 0 01 Payne        1 02                                       O'Dell         1 6 8 Herbert             5 2 12                                      rated a pair of wins over the
           (Five Corners)                                               Paz^ekl         rt 1 IIRtmrt        O O (1 Angelo Napolitano then scored Vanileriloot 0 0 0 Vast!                                                                   Princeton freshmen the "high
           MIDDLETOWN                             33 First Avenue       Hr-nehan
                                                                                        0 0 01 Guy
                                                                                        I) 0 O|
                                                                                                            0 0 0                                      Hayes          5 3 13 Cronln
                                                                                                                   on a jump shot and sophomore Aboirbanel 0 ,0 0 fiulllvan
                                                                                                                                                                                                1 1 17
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                                                                                                                                                                                                2 04                                        points" of the season, expects all
                                                                                                                                                                                                0 0 0 "All \ t i OK. — let's four to be helpful to next year's
             OS 1-2400                               291-0100                          21 15 57             0 21 MJohn Hayes hit with a three-point                  23 20 68                  a    1»                                                                                 SPORTING §OODS
                                                                        Rt. Joieph'l             ...10 13 17 1S-57   )lay to give Asbury Park a 20-16 Asbury Park               15 18 20 13-4)6                     r                        •arsily, which will be under a
                                                                                                                                                                                15 11 21 B—45 go!"                                                                                7 Broad St.              Tied Bank
                                                                        Mater Del             -
                                                                          oniclalv—(Murphy A Duane.
                                                                                                    9 11 0 10—39
                                                                                                                   lead. Later in the quarter Coach Steinert
                                                                                                                                                          Officials—fichrumph, Van Arsdalen.                                                new coach.
                                                                              Defending Titlist
      Splits and
                                                                              Heads Rutgers'                             BOWLING
         PAUL A. ALBRECHT                                                       NEW BRUNSWICK -            De-
                                                                                                                              ATLANTIC H1OHI.ANDS                                 "Y" BOWLING I.EA0l'B
                                                                              fending heavyweight champion                  BUIUNISMUIEN'S LEAUIE                                     Honmouth Lanes
                                                                              Ed Scharer of Dover, who has                                                        W IJ                    A Division
                                                                                                                     Brook's Insurance ».                        38 28                                      , w
                                                                              been out of action with a pulled       Ed's Auto           _ _„-_              ' 37 29       Tenser's Shoes                     47'
        The Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department league                         muscle two weeks, will head the        Crate's Beverage -..             ..........37    28 Jerry Yankow        -                 42
                                                                                                                     Jullaa'i . — ....                           33 33 Branch Fuel                            36
   is melting down to a two team race between Union                           Rutgers entry Into the Eastern         Brlte'i Cleaners
                                                                                                                     Oeo. KoeDpcl fc Son ..
                                                                                                                                                           '. 32 31 Top Hat Cleanen
                                                                                                                                                                41 35 Nsu's Jewelers .-..-
   and Hook and Ladder 1. Last Friday's action saw the                        Intercollegiate Wrestling Associ-      "'cCue's Plumbing                           31 35 Union Distributors -                    31
                                                                              ation championships Friday and            erfrled's Hardware                      2t    41 S. P. Harris                          20
   Union men take two from the cellar dwelling Westside                                                                 High Trim-Team aamft — Qeo, Ace Drug                                       —           25
                                                                              Saturday at the U, S. Naval            Koeppd & Bon 2824.                                      600 Berles — Johnny Welnsleln 172
   2 as Hook and Udder was sweeping Union 2, thus                             Academy, Annapolis, Md.                   High Team aame — Ed's Auto 280. 200—«S2,                                /
                                                                                                                     1029.                                                    200 Club — BtaJ Cohen 200, Jerry
                                                                                                                        High Three-Ind.             dame            — J. Yankow 213, Marty Grossman 208
   taking possession of that top rung by a half a length While it might have been p                                  Marchettl ft C, Dlione MS.                            Jake Edelateln 204, Hal Lubltz 216
                                                                                                                        High ind. Gama — J. IUUiburn & J. Dennle Bugar 232.
        Westside 1 deluged Independent 2 and remains as sible for Scharer to compete this                            McKiy : M .                                                          B Division
                                                            weekend against Penn State,                                               AVERAUE8                             Allberg Printers ....:              43     26
   the only other team to remain in the fire zone with a Coach Dick Voliva wanted to                                 R. Marchettl
                                                                                                                                                                  O.   Av. Monmoulh Petroleum
                                                                                                                                                                   63 IBS Coast Tire      »       ..-.—.——.37
                                                                                                                                                                                                               39     30
   seven-length deficit. In the remaining match, sixth have his star completely healthy                              j , McKay
                                                                                                                     C. DUIone        _.._,
                                                                                                                                                           ,. 48
                                                                                                                                                            ... .66
                                                                                                                                                                           LlBter Sportswear
                                                                                                                                                                           Kroll Motors
                                                                                                                                                                                                                33 !4 35%
                                                                                                                                                                                                               32     37
   place Hook and Ladder 2 climbed all over Independent for the championships. Scharer
                                                             suffered a pulled chest muscle
                                                                                                                     A. Francliconl
                                                                                                                     J. Uarchetti ..
                                                                                                                                                                           Bhore Building
                                                                                                                                                                           Servall Paper
                                                                                                                                                                                                               32     37
                                                                                                                                                                                                               .31% 37%
    1 to move into a fourth place tie with this same team during a match Feb. 16 against                             E. Glai             _.               _ _6O            Broadway Agency            ..._ 21         42
                                                                                                                     N. MacLautMIn ...-..- -                       !7                     •
                                                                                                                                                                              200 Club — Lea Aaron 209, Murray
                                                                                                                     L. Papa           _.„. .                 _..45         Forman 240 (Century Award).
   both 14 games out.                                       Lou Asack of Columbia. Although                          A. Runge .....             .              -...66
        Ray Pearce is having one of his best years in quite botheredget a the injury, he was
                                                                                                                     Russ HcCue                   .           ...61
                                                                                                                     B. Mexon          -       .-. . .             66
                                                             able to         draw in that bout—                      D. Marchettl                   j              66                                            W     I
   a few seasons. And here we find Mm with the only the first time in dual meet com-                                 O. Bhinn
                                                                                                                     J, Bgtdeo
                                                                                                                                                                   48 17- Sal's Barber shop
                                                                                                                                                                   48 17' Eddie's Barber Shop ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              ..45 31
                                                                                                                                                                                                                41 3
    180 average, almost 181. In the Monday night Red petition he had not won—and                                     T. Plltnlk .--.!
                                                                                                                     W, Devereaux
                                                                                                                                                        - -...66
                                                                                                                                                                   54 173 Koch'a Florist
                                                                                                                                                                           G. E. Scholes      -
                                                                                                                                                                                                         :      42 3;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                41 3
   Bank Businessmen's loop he is a contender, for high missed the Lehigh meet last
                                                                                                                     T. Garrison _
                                                                                                                     J. Bosley . -         -            ..
                                                                                                                                                                           Perpetual Monument
                                                                                                                                                                            Middletown Dellcateisen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                4!) 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                33 3'
   average with 184. Joe Flammia and Dominic Clementi                                                                J. Koeppel                           - —57             M. T. T. llaaon                     39 3'
                                                               Scharer is expected to have a                         G. irennell "               — .               57       Pan-Anls ...i                       33 3
                                                                                                                     B. Batterly ......                            54      G * W Lumber - _                ....37 31
   are tied for second place in the average climbing con tough time repeating. Jim Nance,                            W. ZtdlZtdzlunai                              66       Lawlon Bros, Tavern „ -.36 3'
                                                                                                                     T. McNamara "II.'.-.~ZI.._6O                           Jack's Inn                          33 3!
   test with 177s. Bob Hembling and Henry Canonico Syracuse sophomore, may be the                                    J. Byrne Br.            _.         ...        54      Emmona Market ...,.-                 35 4i
                                                                                                                     If. Aumt-ck Jr,                               63      Jay Bee Auto Repairs                 34 4:
   are next with 176s. Mike Nesci is the high individua favorite in the division.                                    J. Rathburn               — -.                88      Abbott £ Lester ....:. — 33 4:
                                                                                                                                                                                              TRY AND GET IT — Dennis Frase, Keyport High's 6-6 center, holds ball aloft aftor
                                                                                                                     W. Bendlek -                                  64      American Legion            „         32 4:
   series roan with 63S and Calvin Carhart, second deputy Rutgers will have one other                                T. Plunkelt                                   63      Casey's Real Estate               ..29 41
                                                             competitor who placed in last                           J. Flynn .                        .-..        63                         snaring a rebound against Point Pleasant Beach in N. J. State Interscholastic Athletic
   fire chief/the high individual single game man with a year's meet—147-pounder Hank                                C. Efrenberger Jr.                            60
   237. Teamwise it is Union Hose 1 with a 1,000 single Manonl of Vlneland. Mazzonl
   effort and a 2,805 threesome.                            was fourth in last season's com-
                                                                                                                     H. Rubley
                                                                                                                     B, Todd .
                                                                                                                     B. Becker „ -. :
                                                                                                                     " Horvath
                                                                                                                                                                       St Mary's Five         Association tournament game at Manasquan High School last night. Players surround-
                                                                                                                                                                                              ing Frase, left to right, are Keyport's Rich Butka, Al VanCulin of Point Pleasant, Key-
                                                             petition as he helped Rutgers fin-
        Tne firemen's wives decided, quite a few years ish sixth among the 16 teams.
                                                                                                                          Conzen ».—..—....._.——...60
                                                                                                                     D. Worth —.
                                                                                                                     C. Manilla
                                                                                                                     R. Desmond —..
                                                                                                                                                                       Wins CYO Tilt          port's Dan Hourahan and Russ Hermanson of Point Pleasant. Fraso's height wasn't tha
                                                                                                                                                                                              tha answer as Point Pleasant took an easy 6S-45 win.
   back, to join their husbands in this great game and At 123 pounds, Junior Don Pike                                               *i Or Lees                                NEW        MONMOUTH -                    St.
                                                                                                                     A. Perrinl , ;                                 S
   formed the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Departmen1 of Malverne, N. Sam will compete                                                                                          Mary's, playing its best game of
   Ladies Auxiliary league. Sammy Scalzo's Red
                                                            for the Scarlet.          Gramlccioni
                                                                 Bound Brook, a sophomore, is
   Fire Extinguisher Co. is presently enjoying a half-game expected to be at 130, with Bill
                                                                                                                     D. Carhart
                                                                                                                     W. Hlidun
                                                                                                                     B. Kodgklil ,
                                                                                                                     T. OoiUatio
                                                                                                                           Drlnkwater ,
                                                                                                                     w, Anderson
                                                                                                                                                                           the season, defeated a strong St
                                                                                                                                                                           Mary's, South Amboy, quinte
                                                                                                                                                                           59-37, in a CYO game played on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Pt. Pleasant Routs Keyport
                                                                            Langhome, Pa., at
   lead over Joy Ann Coats. The H. T. Young Pharmacy WatWns of to the Penn State                                     R. Waldmann —                               " 11      the winners' court recently.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Out of Tournament, 65-45
                                                             137. Prior                                              J. Paulson                                     J
   is yet another length back and four up on A. Chameroy meet, Watkins had a 5-0-1 mark. J, *M<vitKl<1f| ,.,.                                            The winners wrapped up the
                                                                                                      O. Bllfer                            J«          victory in the first half, taking
   and Son. Herb Chameroy is sponsor of this latter Tom Healey, Union junior, is A. Werrell           A. Kulko                               *
                                                                                                                               —_—-.18                 bulges of 17-9 and 13-8 in the
   team and, like Sam Scalzo, is an ex-chief of the Red the likely nominee at 1S7 with T. LeJare ..   I. BchwartB                          J5
                                                                                                                                             9         first and second quarters, re-
                                                                                                                                         -.15          spectively, for a 30-17 halftime
   Bank Department. These two have a friendly little be Jim Klein, a sophomore, battling J. Byrne Jr. .
                                                                                                     Rajr McCue
                                                                                                                                                                                                MANASQUAN - Point Pleas- Hourahan again hit, following benches in the final moments.
                                                             at 167.

                                                                                                                                                                                            ant Beach High School led all Russ Hermanson's basket, to The contest was also the final
   as to who has the better team. So far Sam seems to Jim Hackett, Pittsburgh, Pa., A.. Benardlno    P. Lang
                                                                                                            enardlno       ...
                                                                                                                                     „ 33                Don Geary and Ray RiddeK the way here last night to oust make it 29-26.                                            one for Coach Zampello who has
                                                                                                     J. Suplnski -      — - —-.... —-. 9
   have the upper spot                                      sophomore may be at 177 and B. 'Paulson— J. Norton                               9        led the New Monmoath combine Keyport High School, 64-45, in a                                                         announced his retirement from
                                                                                                                         —..—..—..——, 3               with 20 and 17 points, respec- first round Central Jersey Group Another Hourahan shot at th the coaching ranks at Keyport.
        The bottom half of this loop is comprised of Do- Dennis Focht of Fair Lawn, a EirldeoClub — B. Waldmann 209. J. tively.
                                                                                                               204, B. Todd 223, W. Satterly                                                2 contest of the 45th annual New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2:20 mark cut the Gull lead to
                                                            senior at 191. Voliva, however,
   nato Construction Co., The Brothers, American Ter- would like to use aggressive Bob S03, Schwartz 209, 212, Shlnn Ol»» Ray New Monmoulh Fp, So. Amboy a(37) Jersey State Interscholastic Ath- 33-32, but the rally was short-
                                                                                                            O. Dlllione
                                                                                                                                                                                    - FP
   razza Co. and P. M. Cleaners. Donate Construction Rader, Somerville sophomore,                    McCue 205.                                       Riddle      7 3 17 Dennon     0 0     letic     Association     basketball lived. Hermanson made a baske
                                                                                                                                                                                                              The clash was and two foul shots and Mackson
                                                                                                                                                      Nesbltt     0 0 0 Btranback 5 1 1
   has the lead in both high team game and series with somewhere in the upper weight AT. HI.DS. BAYSHOnE TAVERN Webester 0 1 00 W&teTs                            4        Ryan     6 3 1 tournament.
                                                            brackets. He's wrestled at 177,
                                                                                                               A t inds. Rec. Center " *
                                                                                                                                                  I. Geary
                                                                                                                                                                     0              0 2    played before some 450 fans on hit a lay-up for six points in
                                                                                                                                                                  7 6 20 Kennedy    0 O
   631 and 1,742.                                           191 and heavyweight, and may Herb's Plaoe                          _..„       42     27 Qulnn         0 0 0 Powers      1 O    the neutral Manasquan High row as the Gulls closed out the
                                                                                                     At. Bias. Rec, _....                 __ 28 Bremekamp O i l Mullane
                                                                                                                                      ...41                                         1 0     School floor.                        third frame with a 41-34 lead.
      Marie Ambrosia is the high average gal with 147, be best at 191.                               Marty'i swedlin Hop                  39 30 Frunzl            1 0 2 Foley       O OI
                                                                                                     Paul's Tavern                     -.39 30 DUBrosky 2 2 6 Norek                 3 1 '                                           Two-nifty steals and resulting
   four pins per game better than Grace Turnock and Rutgers has had only one Loori'i Oceanvlew - _   Chris'
                                                                                                               Bar                        37 32 Bellcose
                                                                                                                                          37 32 Chanowlch 2 0 4
                                                                                                                                                                  0 o 0 Keenan      0 OI      The Garnet Gulls, Shore Con<
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 lay-ups by Mackson to open the
                                                            wrestler repeat as a champion. Plaza Llnuon                                                                                    ference, B Division champions,
   seven better than Toni Gelso. Marie also has the high-                                                                                35      34 Beyer         0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                           now have a 15-3 over-all record.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 final period marked the end o
                                                            Mike Perona, as a matter of fact, Square Bar _                        .._. 34 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Keyport's         hopes.      Mackson's
   est individual three games rolled to date — 512. None won three titles, at 157 and 167, Connor'sTavern „
                                                                                                                Hotel                    SI      37              23 13 59          15 7 37
                                                                                                                                          31 38 St. Mary's CYO(N\Mon.),.17 13 17 12-68 They face the winner of the Mid- antics made it 45-34, then his
   of the gals have reached that double century mark in 1950, 1951 and 1952.                         Kumsoa Yacht Basin ,              ...31 38 St. Mary's CYO (So.Am.).. 9 S 9 11-87 dlesex-Franklin Township clash
                                                                                                     Bachitadfa                           16 53         OfOcIals—Padovano, Gorman,                                               team-mates ran off six more
                                                                                                        600 Series — John auth 20S, 202.                                                   in the quarter-finals of the tour-
   Ramona Knott and Alice Figaro have come the closest                                               180—601.                                                                              nament at Asbury Park's Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 points in a row to reach the
   to that elusive score, both hitting 199.
                                                                              Dickman Back              200 Club — Foo Marcliottl 225, Jim
                                                                                                     Bailey 224.. Joe Marchettl 215, Fritz
                                                                                                     Pavllck 214, IJbb>r Harrington 213.
                                                                                                                                                                       Approval Given      vention Hall Saturday night at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 coasting stage—an insurmount-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 able 51-35 margin.
        There are many frustrating instances and games                                              Tom Plltnlk 509, Chris Axelson 208.                                                       o'clock.
                                                                                                     Ritchie Perrlnl 205, Jim McKay 203,                               To Parade Plan         Keyport closed out its season's Gevas was the top scorer for
   in bowling. If some of you do not believe this, just
   ask Sonny Acerra. Sotmy has been rolling around that
                                                                              To Coach Tiger         lice isaKsen 202, Walt Knlttle 202, Bob
                                                                                                    Nelson !01.
                                                                                                                                                         RED BANK — Borough Coun- work with a 9-12 record.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Coach Frank Zampello's crew
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 with 17 points. Hourahan added
                                                                                                                                                      cil last night approved a Red The Gulls jumped off to a 7-1 13, while Brian Jackson and
    185 mark all season. Then it struck. Last Wednes-
   day night this great bowler came up with six misses
                                                                              Diamond Team              WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CHURCH
                                                                                                                BOWLING LKAGCE
                                                                                                                  Sycamore l « n e s
                                                                                                                                                      Bank High School plan to stage a lead in the opening moments and Dennis Frase each had five
                                                                                                                                                  L parade at 3:30 March 13 which were never headed although the markers.
                                                               PRINCETON          —      Emerson Red Bank Methodlit 2                    .46 26
   in one game and a 115 total.                                                                     Shrewsbury Presbyterian —.45 27 is intended to publicize the high Red Raiders made a determined                                Mackson, a demon on rebounds
                                                            Dickman, who served as head Trinity Episcopal                                 42 30 school's Senior Show, set for the come-back in the middle periods.
        The Oakhurst Businessmen's league has found coach of baseball at Princeton L. a Anthony Methodist ...41 34 evenings of March 14, 15 and 16. Keyport narrowed the gap to one withevening, led while Krayl, the
                                                                                                                           _              38
                                                                                                                                                 31                                                                              all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         16 points,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the Garnet Gulls
                                                                    1949 through 1951,
   Sycamore Lanes to its liking for the past few seasons. from to the campus thiswill re- Congregation 2
                                                            turn                                             James
                                                                                                                      Beth Shalom 35 37
                                                                                            spring 8alnt Bank Methodist 1                .34 38          The, parade will include a mo- point, 33-32, with 2:29 left in the B Division scoring champioSl,
                                                                                                     Bed                                  33 39 torcade of 10 cars. Councilman third frame, but the winners re-
   The Oasis is currently enjoying a 2 and a half game in the role of an assistant to cur- Fair Haven Nativity                            3J 33                                                                                   added 15. Hermanson was i
                                                                                                     Balnt Jamef 1                        31 41 John Warren, Jr., police commit- taliated with six points In a row pleasant surprise with 15,. whili
   lead over J and T Equipment and three over Hi Henry       rent Head Coach EdwanI J, Don- Red Bank Freabyterlau 2 -29 43
                                                                                                                                                      tee chairman, said he approved to again take command.                      Hal Johnson and Bob Harris
                                                                     Dickman, engaged in pri Red Bank ePresbyterian 1 —25 47
   Inn. Central Boilers hasn't had the steam it would ovan.business in Jersey City, will Fran Nichols — Ann Burrows 1B4, of the plan, providing school of- Four long One-handers by each scored eigTit.
                                                                                                        180 d i m i
                                                                                                                       181, Barbara Lamken
   like and is now in fourth place, eight off the pace and coach the Tiger pitchers and 500 Series — Barbara, Lamken 180,
                                                                                                     180.                                             ficials prevent students from Point's Ron Krayl gave his club
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Both coaches cleared their
                                                                                                                                                      driving their own cars behind            13-7 first, period cushion. The
   five up on Schroeder's Bar, the leaders of the second catchers during the 1963 season. 172, 153—505.                                               the motorcade.                       Gulls moved into a 23-10 lead
                                                                                                            BED BANK RECREATION
   division. Sycamore Lanes, Long Branch Monument An outstanding right-handed                                    TUESDAY NIOHT
                                                                                                                                           W      L
                                                                                                                                                          We-don't want a demonstra- midway in the second period                             Statistics
                                                            pitcher with.the Boston Red Sox                                                                                                with "Snuffy" Mackson spear-
   and Seal's Gulf round out this league.                                                           Vincent's Beauty Balon               .42% 26(4 tion of students' cars," he said.                                                 Ilpyport (43)     I't. riraiant (US)
                                                            from 1938 through 1941, Dickman Bogel's Club Metra                          .38                                                heading the spurt.                                 n VP                     FT
        Central Boilers did generate enough steam one coached baseball at the Kings Overhead Door Prod. Cp, J8 31 toThe school was also authorized Baskets by Dan Hourahan and Oev««

                                                                                                    Red Bank Register                                                                                                                                 Krayl            3 IS
                                                                                                                                         .08 33            hang a banner across Broad                                            Bulka                                 I) I
   night, though. This team's 1,014 and 2,922 are the       Point Merchant Mfirine Academy Potter's Beauty Salon                         JS 34 St. advertising the show.                                                         Lewis
                                                                                                                                                                                           Tom Gevas cut the deficit to 27- Hourahan !i 3 13 Mackson                   a i
                                                                                           In 1949 Volkland's Towing Service 31 38
   league high team game and series. Mighty fine scores for two war-time seasons.Matthew Rassas Brothers -
                                                            he succeeded the late                   Oil Delivery Inc
                                                                                                                                          31 38
                                                                                                                                         .24% Wk
                                                                                                                                                         An application from Monmouth 18 at halftime.                            Frnsc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 1 5 Pi!ller«<m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ( 1 0 0 Johnson
                                                                                                        200 Club — Edward Grob 200, August Auto Rentals, Monmouth and
   in any loop. Vince Renzo has a 253 top single game Davidson as Tiger head coach Oolmorsen 215, /Rocky DeNipri                                                                              Keyport pecked away at the JacltKon             2 i s r/ivo          n
                                                                                                                                                      Pearl Sts., to hold a parade was big Point lead early in tha third VanPHt               1 1 3 H«rrls          i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0 0 0 Morrlo         0          you can own for nndsr $50 » month*
                                                                                                     Pat Maresca 203, Frank
   and Warren Brand a high threesome of 658, both tops and compiled a three-season Walter D e l u 202, Robert Piney                     Clambrone vetoed by the council. Mr. War- period behind the prolific scoring M«dolla
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 TrtomRi      0 0 0 Hermannon 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0 0 0 HaKenlacker 0
                                                            mark            victories
   in this loop. All league members are looking forward losses. of 43teams won against 20 206.
                                                                     His                                Te«un High Threo Games — Red ren said he did not think public of Hourahan and Gevas. Two
                                                                                       the cham- Bank Register 2,926.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Opatoahy             Jordan       O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -even with its superior room, ride
   to the annual banquet, to be held at the Hi Henry Inn pionship of the Eastern Intercol- High Serlei — Augunt Colmargan 577. streets should be used for the ad- quick baskets by cut Point's ad- Keyport 10 7 (5 ...7 II 162i11—<5 and power...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hourahan as                                         17 6
                                                                                                    Team High Game — Volkland's Towing vertising purposes of a private the frame opened
   on May 11.                                               legiate Leaigue in both 1949 and                                                                                               vantage to 27-22. Gevas and Point Plsasant A Kovclcukl.14 !1—65V.I II
                                                            1951. In 1950, the Tigers tied              High o a m i — John M&ttoccla 235.                                                                                         Officials—Wolf
        The Red Bank Recreation Wednesday Night league Army tor the title. Dickman's
   Is far from decided. Boynton and Boynton Insurance 1951 team was selected as Dis-
   Co. is looking for that policy that will guarantee it trict 2 NCAA representative at
                                                            the College World Series in Oma-
                                                                                                                             Germany's Jutta Heine Adds Sparkle to Sprinting
   staying in the lead, but Belton Hearing Aid Co. has ha.                                                      By FRANK ECK                             She had said that she never normally brings disqualification, next night.in Philadelphia Deb                                 you flours flush with door
  other plans. The defending champions, Bernard J.                                                   AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor
                                                                                                                                                      expected to beat Wilma, yet in a concession was made to Frau- bie reversed the order.                                  sills—no damp, dirt-collecting "floor-
                                                               A native of Buffalo, N. Y.,                                                            her first meet she finished sec- lein Heine. Meet Director Fred Jutta's tour also took her to wells"...
  Marx Agency, is leading the second division with hopes Dickman was graduated from In this day and age of four- ond and Wilma Rudolpfli Ward Schmertz nodded his head to the Baltimore and Louisville. Nex
   of climbing higher.                                      Washington and Lee in 193S and minute milers and 16-foot vault- came home' third.                                              starter and Jutta Heine won at summer she plans to run in South
                                                            pitched for both Rocky Mount in ers with fiber glass poles, a
      Sonny Acerra is leading the averages in this loop the Piedmont League and Little leggy 22-year-old blonde from In New York's Millrose meet, 60 yards. She beat Debbie America and in the fall will visi
                                                                                                                                                                                           Thompson of Frederick, Md. The Japan.
   with 182 but has plenty of competition from Gene Rock in the Southern Association Germany has brought additional despite three false starts which
                                                            before moving up to the Red Sox. interest to track meets.
   Vierick at 181 and Armand Crupi at 180. Dominic
   Trimboli is not out of it yet with 179. Gene has the He left entering the baseballFol- She is J u t t a ^ e i n e , a six-foot
                                                                       professional              in                                                                                    She Doesn't Always Win, But Who Cares
                                                            1942 on                   Navy.           Dresden doll in white spikes,                                                                                                                                          you with the go-go-go of its super-
  best individual set with 649 and Bob Caddock came lowing his discharge in 1945, he white shorts and a loose fitting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             economical Six. (For only $5 to $17
  close to a perfect game with a 268. No matter the out- was engaged in private business green and white jersey. The cu-                                                                                                                                                     a month* more, you take your pick of
                                                            exclusively       before     becoming rie from Cologne may never win
  come, President Oscar Newman and Secretary Joe Den- Princeton's head coach.                         any beauty pageants but her per-                                                                                                                                       4 other engines, including a super-
  nis will be big men at the banquet                                                                  sonality and smile have won over                                                                                                                                       charged V8 that topped 130 mph)
        In the semi-final roll-off? of the Retarded Chil-                                             many people.
  dren's tournament at RedBank Recreation, Tom Toone                          St. James Wins             She was the hit of track meets
                                                                                                     in Los Angeles and Philadelphia.
   and Marie Foster wjH"roll in the finals Saturday at
   New Brunswick. Tom rolled 51 pins over his average                         CYO Loop Tilt          One writer claimed she did more
                                                                                                      In seven seconds of sprinting in
  — 226 and Marie 12 over — 162. Tom and Marie also RED BANK - St. James her first American meet than                                                                                                                                                                        all other U.S. cars with an exclushra
                                                                                                      Parry O'Brien has done in his
  receive the alley trophy for their fine kegling. Accom- waltzed out to a 30-15 halftime athletic lifetime. Another called                                                                                                                                                  lifesaving option-racing-type disc
  panying these two will be Santo Chimenti, 40 pins over    lead and was never headed in her a "sleek dish of apple stru-
                                                            running up a 66-41 victory over                                                                                                                                                                                  brakes...
  average with 207 and John Zagaja, 35 pins over with St. Catherine's, East Keansburg, del."
                                                                                                         Some writers had sought to
  a 183.                                                     n a CYO tilt on the winners'
                                                                                                    joke with her but Jutta would
                                                            court recently.
      There are a few Monmouth County teams heading                                                 have none of it.
                                                              Tom Lalli, Red Bank Catholic's
  for Buffalo. Last weekend, at least two teams from star football halfback last fall, "I vant to win this race," she
                                                                                                    said in
  Middletown Lanes had their fling at the pins, results paced the winners in the scoring Mariene Philadelphia in herbefore
                                                                                                                  Dietrich accent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the same basic construction as a
• not yet in. This weekend Rogel's Club Metra from         column with 26 points. Ted running second. "I'm a serious                                                                                                                                                         Rolls-Royce (all-welded steel body
                                                            Reiss added 18 markers.
  Red Bank Recreation will try its luck in the persons of John Hayden and Jim Keilett person. I hope to do well in the                                                                                                                                                      on top of a separate, steel-girder
  Al Rogel, Phil Newman, Ken Shelly, Roccy DeNigris led the St. Catherine's quintet next Olympics in Tokyo."                                                                                                                                                                 frame).,.
                                                                                                        Although coming to America
  and Walter Golding. Virgil Smith from Fort Mon- with 13 and 11 points, respective- almost unheralded, Jutta has
  mouth rolled a 695 last week and was then in 8th ly-                                              done well in Europe. In fact,
                                                                            FP St. Catherine (41) at 19 she won the silver medal at
                                                              St. Jamci a<«8>
  place in the singles.                                     McKeoa      2 0 4 Kellelt
                                                                                                 1 200 meters in the I960 Olympics
        The Bantams and Juniors at Middletown Lanes are Araone
                                                                        0 0 0 Hayden
                                                                        4 0 B Wallace
                                                                                            (3    3
                                                                                            2 0 4 in Rome,            running second to                                                                                                                                     you with no-cost extras like padded
                                                            Conroy      0 0 0 Hughes        3 2 S
  knocking the plastic off that Wood. Here are the new McCabe 1 0 2 Boyle                   1 2 4 triple Olympic champion Wilma                                                                                                                                              & upholstered dash, vanity makeup
                                                            " 11       12 2 26 Hlgglns      0 0 0 Rudolph Ward.
  all-time records. For team game of 642 — Ronnie Canar*                1 0 2 Atwaler       0 1                                                                                                                                                                              mirror, 2-speed electric windshield
                                                            Relis       8 2 18
  Carhart 124 — 370. Lloyd Mahler 162,— 436. Mike Walker                0 0 0                           Jutta admits she is not the                                                                                                                                         wipers, direct-reading instrument
                                                            Golden      0 0 0                       fastest girl in the world. Indoors
                                                                        0 0 0                                                                                                                                                                                                dials!
  Vaubel 183 — 473, and Gerard Matton 173 — 475, for Nortz  (Way        10 2                        she was at a distinct disadvan-
  a 1,754 team total. The three man Junior loop had Ferguson 2 0 4                                  tage. A 60-yard dash is not the
  a 601 game and 1,667 threesome on; Bob Bungay 212 St. James 3 1 4 OS ...J2 18 21 15—68 easiest event for a sprinter with
                                                                                       T i« l o ^ i long legs and a big stride.
  •— 590, Bob Kenner 214 — 583 and Mike Smith 175 — St. Catherines ......
  494. Remember these names.                                loff 589. Marie Robinson 583 and Marge Berry 564;                                                                                                                                                               you'd like a car like that?
        The Monmouth County Women's tournament Handicap — Rose Maresko, 661. Marie Robbinson                                                                                                                                                                                There's only ONE PLACE to p i t i t . . .
  started Saturday at the A'irport Plaza Lanes, Keyport. 631, and Mildred Lifshitz 624. Doubles scratch —                                                                                                                                                                   See your LARK dealer. -
  After Sunday night the scores to beat are Teams, Irene Byorick and Mae Thorsen, 1,104 and 1,203 handi-
  scratch — Shore Lanes 2,471, Majors of Middletown — cap; Doris Brown and Gladys Wright 1,084 and 1,210                                                                                                                                                                                Stodebahar
  2,453; Airport Plaza —- 2,425; Handicap — Unpredict- handicap; Helen Godard.and Dot Morosko 1,062. Joy                                                                                                                                                                                C O R PO • A T I O • '

  ables — 2,731. 5 Majors 2,735. Railsplitters, L. B. Robinson and Gerry Matton are third handicap with                                                                                                                                                                     'land on connnfionu/ 3i moolk p«v
  2,730. Singles scratch — Rose Maresko and Peg Roh- 1,185.                                                                                    *                                                                                                                            C/IOM plan.
             March 5, 19&
                                                    BUSINESS NOTICES                            HELP WANTED-MAIX                                     MORTGAGES                                     FOR SALE                           COMMERCIAL RENTMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Openings^ Exist 3                                    Deny Guilt
                                               n j t Z W - A C Z SCRJCENB » p i f r e d
                                                                                                  SALESMAN                                    DEBT CONSOLIDATION-                        NEW FURNITURE                            Factory tptct tar reoL HtQuni floor In Adult
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6,000 Sq. Ft.
          lOST AND FOUND
                                               m t 4 * to ordtr. Brtrht /.tr», £H 7-<
                                                Brlgf)I Btore, SH 72222.
                                               CPAKLES HOWZE — I t u o o Con.                  A r»wir4iat opportunity Ii
                                                                                                                                            HOMEOWNERS ONLY
                                                                                                                                        CONSOLIDATE ALL YOUR DEB1
                                                                                                                                                                                     CttftfSCT from flori-ce wiretouat -
                                                                                                                                                                                           fey lefia tue-n b«4 turnltuje
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Terms arranged
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  truck lo$Aint tdUtorm, Steeiltot, eon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  dtUoa and location. BH 7-1100.                         NEW SHREWSBURY—Thomas             In Robberies
 LOST — PaMbcok — MS-U27, Find'                tractor. No Job Loo imall. 8H 7-UT9 or
                                               SH 1-0172.                                      available for a. cap&ble tales-          INTO ONE PAYMENT, NO RE;                                                                                                                      J. Bradshaw, director (A t i e adult FREEHOLD - Three men
 •leufi return to Monmouth Count;
 National Bank, Red B a n t                    INCOME TAX RETUHNS-Indlvlauali.
                                                                                               man to represent a. national
                                                                                               brewery tn the central New
                                                                                                                                             TAPE, FAST SERyiCE.                                Field Furniture                          HOUSES FOR BENT                             school • at Monmouth Regional named in a series of afmed hold-
                                               small bmlcess. BARB SERVICES. 210               Jersey. area,                                         EMPIRE JERSEY                              7-11 E. Front St., K-yport             NEPTUNE — Three bedroom ranch, High School, has announced there ups In the Red Bank area have
             PUBLIC NOTICES                    Bdwy., CA 83500. Long Branch.                                                                                                                           CO 4-3020                        Hi baths, full cellar, carport. 1133, are still openings in several
                                                                                                    Tho position requlrei the ability             MORTGAGE CORP.                                                                        KB 1-4B43' or LI 2-X628.                                                                     pleaded not guilty.
                                               INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared al
                                               your home or mine. 25 ye&ra*experl-
                                                                                                    to stimulate lalea at retail out-                     Reil Estate                             Open Dally to 6 p.m.                                                                courses being offered by the Adult
   RUMMAGE SALE — Saint Murk                      ice, J. Murtna 7W-5759.
                                                                                                    lets and on premise accounts. A           Home Office: 203 Washington 8t.                Thursday and Friday 'Til 8 p.m.           NEW SHREWSBURY — Three-bedroom School.                                                           Louis T. Kennedy, West Ber-
    Parish House, Keansburg. March 5,                                                               knowledge o[ effective sales                                                                                                        ranch with fireplace, all appliances,
   1, 8, ami 9. 10:00 u r a . ta 3:00 p.m      INCOME TAX RETURNS I>lt,|und, al                     promotion and merchandising
                                                                                                    techniques la advisable.
                                                                                                                                                     Newark, New Jersey                                MATTBESEES
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Foam Rubber
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       draperies. $200 with option to purchase.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       References. Write "A.R.," Box o i l . Red
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In person registration of pros- gen PI., and William Smith,
                                              your home or business.                                                                               CALL CA 2-8700                        Twln-FuU-Queen-Ktng slzea. F o a m u t , Bank.                                               pective students will be held un- Pearl St., both Red Bank, and
                                               SI1 7-M62             '         M i 1-001
               AUTOMOTIVE                               A-l QUALITY TV SERVICE
                                                                                                    To qualily you must be over
                                                                                                    26 years ol age and have a
                                                                                                                                           Our BONDED representative will call Hwy. 35. Eatontown. I J 2-M77.
                                                                                                                                              at your home at your convenience.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        MIDDLETOWN AREA — Immediate til the school opens -tonight alt Clifford Garret, Newark, made
                                                      Expert repalrB on all makes                   successful sales record. Food,                                                        SLENDERIZING SQUlPMIiNT — FOI                 possession. Three bedrooms, Wi baths, 8 o'clock.                                             their denials Friday before Mon
            AUTOS & TRUCKS                        Specialist on color. Call 842-3295                beverage or related consumer              HOMEOWNERS NEED MONEY?                      rent or aale: free delivery, Soutli J«r> centrally located. $120 per month. THE
   1961 ItAMBLER STATION WAGON —              S U P COVERS — Mads to order. Yoi                     products sales experience de-           Your credit Is good. First and seconi ney 8UROICAL 3H 1-2614.
                                                                                                                                           mortgages. 8H 1-4344 or FO 3-2601,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        BERd AGENCY, OS 1-1000.                          Courses with • openings Include mouth County Judge Elvin R.
   Owner going abroad.                        supply nuiterlul. Reasonable.                         sirable.                                                                                                                            MANY FURNISHED and unfurnished beginning and advanced bridge Simmill. Trial dates will be set
                                                                                                                                                                                                    CONLON IRONER                       rentals In all sizes and prices. Ella
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Wiltshire Agency Realtors, 1480 Ocean fencing' for beginners, antique later.
                      671-3TCO                                   LO 6-6311                          The position offers line earning                                                                           52!
                                               INCOME TAX KETUUN3 — BUSlnes:                        potent!*! and expenses in ad-                     INSTRUCTION                                          SH 7-03DS                    Ave., Sea Bright. N. J. 842-0004. Open and
   1959 CHEVROLET HALF TON — Pick             or Individual. Established twelve years               dition to all company paid ben-                                                                                                    •even days,                                             furniture reflnishing, oi The three are under indictment
   up. Call                                                                                         efits,
                   SH 7-3157
                                              in this area. Margery Trovato, trading
                                               as Reliable Tax Service Call 671-1288
                                                                                                                                           INDIVIDUAL TUTORING by m a t
                                                                                                                                           teacher. Grades 7-12. Afternoons                PAINT DISCOUNTS Adults only,- no peta. HOUSE — mediate social dancing, short- for theTavern,armed holdup of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        BEAUTIFUL FOUR-ROOM                            painting, beginning and inter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Highlands, J160
   1859 FORD RANCH WAGO,N — Green,             tor appointment.                                     Forward a complete outline             evenings. Call SH 7-0987,                     Sherwln ft WUllsma, DuFont, Kemtone,
                                                                                                    of experience, education and                                                         Cook St Dunn. Sava on painti now •                             CO 4-9716
   automatlo transmission, heater. Oood       LIGHT HAULAGE — Painting, odd                         current earnings, A confidential                                                                                                   WIDE SELECTION OP RENTALS —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     hand refresher and gourmet cook theft from Ben Beverly's gro-
  condition. J35O. SH 1-6324 or SH 7-         jobs. Reasonable rates. Call any time.                                                                                                                     PROWN'S
  4586.                                       787-4GG1.                                             Interview will be arranged for                   MERCHANDISE                                                                        Furnished, and unfurnlEhed.        Immedi- ing.                                              cery, New Shrewsbury, and $320
                                                                                                    qualified    applicants.      Write                                                  32 Broaa St.         6H 1-7500     HeU B u i ate occupancy. Samuel Telcher Agency
  1955 BUICK SPECIAL — Two-dool               T. WALLING & SON — General con                        *'B.B." Box 511, Red Bank.                           FOR SALE                                                                       Oceanport Ave.. Oceanport. Call or dla                                                        robbery at the Liberty Food Mar-
  hardtop. Full power, excellent condl        tractor, masonry, painting", all repairs                                                                                                                                                  LI 2-35O0 or LI 2-3501.                                HOUSES FOR SALE                       ket, Long Branch.
   lion. Sl'75. L'jV H-2271.                   Free estimate, 787-1218.                                                                                                                       MERCHANDISE WANTED
                                                                                                                                                 FREE INSTALLATION!                                                                              5fl5 to J125 Per Mouth
                                               INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared tr                               MEN NEEDED                                                                                      WANTED                               THE BERG AGENCY                                                                        Kennedy also is named in the
  1958 MERCERY STATION WAGON                  qualified accountant. Call 201-180C
  Stick, one owner, excellent condition       PR 6-G199.
                                                                                                                                                 ALUMINUM COMBINATION                            USED ORIENTAL KUOS                    Rt. 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OS 1-1000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Miildletown                                                   holdup of Chris" Tavern, New
  Whin-walls. SH 1-1544.                                                                       To fill various jobs and poaitlonj                 STORM WINDOWS                                 CHINESE A M ) FXRBUN                                                                   SHREWSBURY BUNGALOW Shrewsbury. Jackie Jensen, St.
                                               LAWN MAINTENANCE — Ground,                      our factory branch. We are an ol<                                                                 FRIEDMAN OALLERIE3                    HOLMDEL — Three-bedroom bungalow
  1959 SPRITE — Stnge two tune                cleaned. Call after C p.m.                                                                                                                 PR 4-3143             Evening! CA 2-7482. living room, dining room, kitchen, full Three bedroom*, paneled living room Mary's P i , Red Bank, indicted
   mortified gear box, ;m,i swaylmr. Fa
  •well kept car. JR>0. SH 1-6338.
                                                                 SH 7-0673
                                              BONGARKONE'S 25TH YEAR — O
                                                                                               established company a.nd proud ot o
                                                                                               stability and fuccecs. We need m<
                                                                                               of high characler who have had har
                                                                                                                                                  6 for $77                                                                             basement, one-car garage, Available
                                                                                                                                                                                         GRAND PIANO WANTED — Any con- immediately. $115 MEI8TRICH AGEN- and dining area,cell now,minor repairs as a participant in this robbery,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        vner wants to
  IKSO 8TUDEBAKEU - JM.                       landscape design, gardening and law              ships and have the desire lo sett:               ANY SIZE TO GIANT 3«x65.
                                                                                                                                                TRIPLE INSERT-WEATHER
                                                                                                                                                                                         dition, does not have to play.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CY, SH 1-5888.                                                                                pleaded guilty and Judge Simmill
    1S51 NASH—For part* Call 787-91'           maintenance. Call U 2-0718 [or frei             down to a 3ecure position in an estr                       STRIPPED                                                                      EATONTOWN — Six-room bungalow PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO.                                         set his sentencing for March 15.
  • ftir 5 p.m.                                illustrated planting guide. BONGAR              llshed company. Ages 20-10.                             GENUINE ALCOA                     PIANOS WANTED— HIQHBST PRICES and garage, excellent condition? Can be
                                              ZONE'S LANDSCAPE NURSERY, W e -                                                                                                            PAID. CALL H. TENZER, 308 MAIN seen by appointment, preferably adults.                                WALTER B. OVERTON                        Richard Winstow, Leonard St.,
   1902 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN — 6,20'              .side Rd.. New Shrewsbury.                                       SALARY 395                             PROWN'S                            ST.. LAKEWOOD. FO 3-2180.                     Call OR 2-9126.                                               DIAL 741-7200
> miles, excellent condition, 51,450. Col                                                                COMPANY BENEFITS                                                                                                              IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY — Three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Red Bank, and Alfred Epps,
   niter 6. SH 1-4337.                                                                                     PROFIT SHARING                  32 Broad St., Red Bank            SH 1-75C                                                                                                          Real Estato since 189*
                                                              EMPLOYMENT                                     JOB SECURITY                                                                       PETS & LIVESTOCK                       bedroom ranch, immaculate condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     60 White 6t.                       Red Bulk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Leighton Ave., Red Bank, indict-
  19.1S J E E P — Four-wheel drive, sno-                                                                                                  CITIZENS' BAND RADIO — Demon                                                                 Call owner. SH 7-3000.
     low. Warren hufcs. Chnlna. Call after 6.        HELP WANTED-FEMALE
                                                                                              Call for appointment between 11 a.m. strator model. Featuring tuneable re,
                                                                                                    1 p.m. or 3-5 p.m. OS 1-1370.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ed for an armed holdup in an
                                                                                                                                          ceiver, power out-put and 8 meter, EXPERT — ProIeMlonal poodle clip-                         LONd BRANCH—Three-bedroom splldroom spill.
  842-2121.                                                                                                                                tuneable out-put. 12/115 V power con                                                        Toms River, two-bedroom ranch. LI "' ""                                                      Asbury Park grocery, also plead-
   1959 OLDSMOBILE 83 FIESTA WAG WON SELXa ITSELF—Full or par                                                                              :all SAM MARINO. Marine Radio, A' ping, toys, miniatures, $6; standards, 1525.                                                             RIVEIWIEW — Ciulom-bullt, live-year ed not guilty.
   ON — Full power, extra snow tires, lme. Several territories open for                                  MEN-FULL TIME                      antic Highlands, 291-0278.                  J8; bath Included. 8H 7-382S.                  BELFORD — Modern duplex. Three old Colonial split. Has room, family            living room
  radio, heater, whltewall tires, Rleam- women interested In Having a good                                                                                                                                                                                                            with fireplace, dining                            Frederick Frost, Rt. 537, Colts
  1ng white. SH 1-8145 after 4 p.m.            steady Income. Experience unneces-                                                                                                                                                      bedrooms,
                                                                                                                                 Ingi, Ml ASBESTOS BOARD—!! inch thick, Ji FOR RENT — 3» box stalls for baths. $115living, dining, kitchen, 1^ room, three bedroomi, two baths.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       monthly, utilities not In- One-car attached garage. ..Reducea lo Neck Township, pleaded guilty to
                                               sary. Sli I-4;M3 or write: Mrs. Marga-                                                     behind stoves and other fire makln horses.                     1
  ISM CHEVROLET — >!•• Ion pane ret Gulotta, P. O. Box 190, Red Bank.                                                                     devices. Durable and fireproof. 24'                                 531-2643                 cluded, adults preferred, one child J20.G00. You should lee this.
  truck. Qood rubber. Very cheap,                                                                                                         X48", fl.36 each. 4S"x4S", $2 each. Xl BEAUTIFUL AKC German                                  permitted. 03 1-2751 or 201-2965.                                                             taking part in the robbery, at the
  RYANS GARAOE, 842-0043,                       PARTJME FILE CLEIlK TYPIS'                                                                our bargain basement. RED BANK pupa, excellent temperament Ihepherd FIVE ROOMS — Newly redecorated.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               $75.00.                                                                    THE                        C & S Grocery, and will be sen-f
                                                       ninga and Saturday, Age 25 to 35.                                                  LUMBER, 9 Wall St.. Red Bank.
  3958 KARMANN ,GHIA — Very fln< Write P.O. liox 148, Ked Bank.                                                                                                                          •^all 787-6340.                               Available March 15. $t>5. Call SH 1-
  condition. $1050. Call after five. SH 7
  5020. -                                       SUIHT PRESSERS—Experienced, full-                                                                                                       PARAKEET
                                                                                                                                          ALTENBURG PIANO HOUS sories. Call — And breeding acces- KEANSBURG — Four-bedroom house,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ltd.                                           DOWSTRA AGENCY tenced March Gray, Beachway,       John R.
                                                timu employment, LITTLE SILVER                                                                                                                                                                                                                         REALTORS '''
  1M2 OL.PSMOBILE 98 — Good com! (.XBANEKS, ti()I Branch Av'p., Little                                                                    Rent A Piano $12 per Monti                                        OS 1-O038                  tile bath, cellar, $125. Own utlltles.                                                       Keansburg, pleaded innocent to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            91 K Front SI., Red Bank
  tion. Call                                    Silver. SH 1-1208,                                             PRINTER                    KNABB. MASON-HAMLIN. BOHME ANGEL FISH — Comntiona, five for One month's security. 787-0519.                                                                                                illegal entry and larceny of a ra-
                     SH 1-4438                 EXPERIENCED DICTAPHONE OPER Combination floor and machine mai CABLE-NELSON. EVERETT. BTEC SI. 436 Middle Hd., Hazlet.                                                                   FIVE-ROOM                            private            PHONE FOR CATALOG
  1960 CHEVROLET — Bi-1 Air. Gooi ATOH — KnowledRe of medical termt preferred. Will consider first claai Cookman Ave. ai Main SL, AGbury Pk*                                                               CO 4-0753         ,         estate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SH 1-8700
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    dio at the Francis Street Public
  condition.                                   helpful. Apply In peraon, to personne Inotype operator. Night shift. For In                     Open dally tiu 9 Sot. ill) 5:30          NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND PUPPIES                                                                                                                   School, Keansburg.
                      787-5875                 dppnrtment o[ Itivervlew lloslts).             tervlew write "AG", Box 511, Red                              PR 5-P3O1                    — 10 weeks old. Husky type, black
 jrtOO CHRYSLER — Two-door hanltor GIRL WANTED—For counter work. Bank; stating age and experience.                                        •fll-jsWRITERS. AUUINQ macninei and silver, wonderful with children.                                 WANTED TO RENT '                                  OFFERS INVITED                         Judge Simmill dealt out these
  Tower steering, brakes, radio. Excel Pleasant working conditions. Only                                                                  Ail makes new or used. Guaranteed. WE B-5518, after 6 p.m.                                                                                  Six-year ranch, dead end street, on sentences in other cases:
  lent condition. LI 2-4323.                    those aeeklni: sternly employment need YOUNG MAN for sales, stock atii Lott a s 125. Sorplco's, 101 MonmouUi AKC POODLES — EeautUul black GETTING MORE AND MORE PROS- nearly an acre. Beautiful vltw from
                                                            Po                        peraon, maintenance, also light delivery, pain
  1955 OLDSMOBILB — Two-door hari apply. HAT not phone. Apply In3k Mid- wallpaper anrt artist materials. 51 SU Next to theater. SH 7-0485.                                              miniatures, excellent breeding. Reason PECTS — For three-bedroom rental 2S' combination living and dining
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Richard King, Rt. 537, Free-
  top automatic, power brakes and steer TOP                     CLEANERS, Hwy.
                                                                                              days, must have d r i v e n license and MINK COAT — Full length. Fits slzei ble. CO 4-0113.                                               homes. List any rental for fast action. room. Very modern 23' kitchen ant hold Township, 2 to 3 years in
  Inc. Needs body work. J25O. SH ' illpiown.                                                  good driving record, honest and am          10-14. Good buy. By appointment. S TERIUEK PUP — Two montlis old. MATTHEW J. GILL AOENCX, 7H H t dining area. 1 All bedrooms over 12' state prison, atrocious assault
  8327.                                              LIGHT STENO — aOOD TYPIST                bttlous. Permanent for right man, mus                                                                                                     35. Itlddletown. OS 1-3200.                   (lwo> are l i ) . Hot water baseboard
                                                                                                                                                                                        Free to good home.
  39ffl OLDSMOEILE — Four-door sedaji Davenport Personnel Services, 77 Broai have references. $65 week to atari                                                                                           787-3823                     THREE-BEDROOM HOME — Kryport heat. Good basement and 24' game and battery upon Miss Jackie
  GOIKI running coudltlon. No reasonable        St. Iic-,1 Jiiinh. SII 7-^t65.                Apply; Mr. Blltzer. OOLOR.EST Co.,                                                                                                                                                      room. Two-car garage. Jn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Matawan, Mlddletown section. Under you will like. Asking $25,900, an area West, also Freehold Township.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            but we
  offer refused. OS 1-1B2L                      REGISTERED NURSE — II p.m. — Broad St., Rpii Bank.                                           FIREPLACE WOOD AKC DACHSHUNDS — Inoculated 5125. Call CO 4-1501.
                                                                                                                                                                                        wormed, housebroken. sired by top                                                             wilt accept offers.                               John Pinto, Hopping Rd., Bel-
                                                7 a.m.                  wages.
  1957 CHEVROLET UEL AIR — V-8, ployment.Excellent HDX 511,SteadyBank ItOUTE WAN WANTED — FoBse
                                                               "A.8.,"            Red
                                                                                                                                          Split to elze. Delivered and itackei winning champion Haven. SH 7-5995
                                                                                                                                                                                        winning                                                                                          • OROWELL AGENCY, Realtors
 two-door hardtop, yellow and whit,                                                           llahed milk route. Route work experl                                                                                                             FURNISHED ROOMS                        41 E . Front Et. Red Bank SH 1-4030 ford, 1 to 3 years state prison,
  radio, heater. S650. 842-1005.                LKGAL STENOGRAPHER (Girl Fri- ence - preferred, but not necessary                                                                       alter 5.                                                                                                    Multiple Listings
                                                                                              Wanted, honest and reliable man. Thli                    $15 per load                     ALASKAN Malemute huaky puppies,                                                                                                              illegal entry, Sunrise Bakery,
  19*8 KAISER — Rebuilt engine, goo- i\ny>, nrea office. Salary O.N'LY — Buy Is an all year-round Job, and business
                                                 ihore                         commensurate                                                              Call anytime                   distinctive markings, champion Block. LARGE ROOM — Car space available. RUMSON — Tliree bedrooma, llvilng Middletown Township.
  tires. Call nfter 5 p.m.                                                                                                                                                              747-4713 evenings.                             Gentloman preferred. SH 1-5254. 55 room, den, lun porch, new gas hot
                                                 vitri ability and responsibility. Send Wo lay-offs, no Blow times. Man musl                                                                                                           Rector Place, Red Bank.
                      842-0750                  resume, references and salary r e ' i l be able to put up cash bonds. "A.P.,'                           SH 7-2205                                                                                                                     air beat,-wood paneled 90% Inside; Anthony T. Antoniotf, Fort Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     also cottage can be renovated tor
                                                        to "B.A.," Box 511, Reil Bank. Box 511, Fled Bank.
    i TON GMC RACK HOD? — Prlcei
  for Quick sale, $350. 7 Burllniloi PART-TIME — Women to work a: 3H0B SALE8MAN — Experienced,
                                                                                                                                                                                           REAL ESTATE FOR RENT LARGE, comfortable room on Call dead AGENCY,All at $11,800, Rd.. Jtumson. mouth, indeterminate term An-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       end street In Fair Haven.               after mother.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    109 E. River
 Ave., Leonardo.                                                                                                                          KENMORE i MANGLE — Like new
                                                   lephone solicitors from the Red Bank steady employment. Felgenson Shoe Two Harvard bed frames.                                                   APARTMENTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       5 p.m. SH 1-9204.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     nandale Reformatory, illegal en-
 1901 VOLKSWAGEN CONVERTIBLE                       flf.e. Start fi p.m. Must havo s i         CO 1-0U7.                                                    SII 1-4438                                                                  FURNISHED ROOMS — For rentle.                                                                 try and theft of goods valued at
 Very good condition. Radio anil heater. ability nm\ goo<l telephone voice. Good VELDER-MA1NTENANCE HAN —                                                                                                                              men. $8 per week and np. 219 Branch- RED BANK HOME-Jnst off Broad
 L/jw mileage. Call SH 1-3111 or after earnings. For interview cn.ll SH 1-84GO terlenced In pipe welding desired, ex ACCORDION — Uclas, 121) baas, blac                                                                                port Ave., Long Branch. CA 2-97D3.            St. Seven rooms, two baths, fireplace, $65, Bob and^ Norma's Luncheon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     sunporch. In excellent condition. Quiet
 6 p.m. SH 1-71C3.                                  tween 7-9 p.m.                                                                                     with               shifts,
                                                                                               lerlenced on alloy steel desired, bul -nd white shifts. nine treble 291-0535. am
                                                                                                                                           :hree bass          $285. Call                     GARDEN APARTMENTS                        NICELY FURNISHED room, kitchen street. Walking dlsUnce to shopping, ette, Oceanport.
 1959 8IMCA — Good, condition, J465 MEDICAL SECUETAny — Mature, lot essential. Company paid benefits.                                                                                                                                  privileges, near transportation, shop- schools and trains. 317.850. Call us to- Thomas L. King, also Fort Mon-
 Call                                          experienced,         good    salary.    Write HATCO CHEMICAL DIVISION. Klnj 3TICKLEY HARVEST TABLE - Pin One and two bedrooms, situated ping. SH 7-0045, after 5 p.m.                                                                 day. ROLSTON WATERBURY, Real-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       WIDOW desires woman to ahare home. tors, 7-3500.W, Front St., Red Bank. mouth, named in the Oceanport
                                               "B.M.," Box 511, Red Bank.                     George Post Rd., Fords, N. J.               ;at cherry wood, 6' long, two drop                                                                                                                  16
                  SH 1-1478
                                               SALESGIRLS — Experienced preferred. TALIAN COOK and Pizza make: Table pads and table cloth also avail in the best residential area.
                                                                                                                                          leaves each 11", center section 2\"                                                                                                        SH
                                                                                               vanted. A good position for the rfgh able. Excellent condition. SH 7-4061
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       References.                                                                                  luncheonette case, suspended
                                               "lylvette'8 children's department, Mld-                                                                                                                                                                   SH 13052                           COLTS NECK - - HOLMDEL
             MOBILE HOMES                        letown Shopping Center. See Mrs. .enon. Call SH 1-4-176.                                 after 3 p.m.                                      PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO.                                                                               J. D. Roche Agency                 sentence to the reformatory and
               MOBILE HOME*
                                              Green, Friday or Saturday.                       'W0 BARBERS — Manager's license,                                                                  WALrER S. OVERTON                        REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Long Bridge Hd.. Colts Neck             released to military authorities.
                                              ASSEMBLING AND GENERAL FAC- ^tractive proposition. Call                                                                                                                                                                                                     946-1955
 Ui«d • 10% down                   \          TORY WORK — Near Red Bank. Stole                                  787-3775                         DON'T TRACK DIRT                                    DIAL 741-7200                                                                                                                     Miss Emma Crowser, Holmdel
Nsw • 7-year financing                         experience and wanes desired. "A.C."                                                       Cocoa door mats or good quality 52.&S.                 Heal Estate Since 1£94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               HOUSES FOR SALE                       LJNCItOFT — Three-bedroom ranch,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       H baths, two-car parade. Immediate Township, Clinton Reformatory
                                                                                                     EXPERIENCED BUTCHER
                ROBBINSVIXLE                            611. Red Bank.                             APPLY MONMOUTH MEATS                   Rubber mat a of quality $1.79. Throi 60 White SL                                 Red Bank                                                      itipancy. BH 1-523?.                       for Women, indeterminate term,
          TRAILER SALES. INC.                 IIOMEMAKER — Experience necea-                                LITTLE SILVER                 rugs. RocK ;>alt. Snow shovels. Call                                                                                                       HAZLET — Four big bedrooms. Move
Rout a 130                 Robbtnivllle. N. J iary. Must love children.               T a k e iUTCHER OR COUNTER WAN —                                PROWN'S                                                                          A RANCH FOR RETIREMENT right into this Immaculate Cape Cod forgery of two checks for $159
                    JTJ 7-1320                 :haige o( modern home, four chll- laturdays. SABATOS FORK STORE,                                                                         FOUR SPACIOUS ROOMS — Bath,                                                                  with bright, sunny, moacrn Utchea passed to the Holmdel Nursing
                                               Iren, for two months, mother 111, .06 Main St., Belford. 787-9119.                          12 Broad St.      lied Bank      SH 1-750 first rioor, $110 month Includes utilities,                                                     Full dining room, family-size living
 CIBRALTER MOBILE HOME — 1061 ust flieep In. Salary open. Call 566-                                                                                                                                                                    Two b&drooins, den, attractive fire room, two lull baths, nicely land- Home.
tS'jlO: Good buy, cash or paymeni r360.                                                        IARPENTER AND CARPENTER' LIVING ROOM, dining room Turnlture. couple only. 2 Riverside Ave.. Red place serving living room and dining scaped Va acre lot. one-year old. Only Roland Stroud, Oakland Mills
arransed. 21 BrooksldB Trailer Park, OMAN — Two or three half days, ELPER — Experienced. Call BH ] Red Bank.                              Entire household contentB. 23 South Et Bank.                                                 room, three picture windows, high (1,600 down to all buyers. Call now,
Hazlet. After 6 p.m.                            1 to 4, -must be reliable with children,
                                                                                               H I after 6 p.m.                                                                         RED BANK—3',4 and five-room apart- and dry basement, large shade trees. FIRESIDE-Realtors. OS 1-2531.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       L     taxes. Excellent condition. Asking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Rd., Freehold, Bordentown Re-
1080 NASHUA — 50x10", front kitchen. nust Iron well. 842-3513.                                                                                                                          ments.
                                                                                              BUILDING SUPERVISOR S7.80O — OWER TOOLS—For wood or metal MOLLY Available now and March 1. $18,600.                                                                                                    CALM DOWN                      hold, Bordentown Reformatory
Must tell lor payoff.                                                                                                                                                                              PITCHER
                                                                                              Man with renewal contract experience Also building equipment. Call lor ap and Madison Aves., VILLAGE, Branch         SH 1-9115. '-                                                     Tills Is your first reaction EJ you Indeterminate term, theft of train-
                   ICE 1-4810                   WAITRESS AND COUNTER GIRL, sr related experience: to run smal ^ointment EH 1-6273.                                                                                                                                                    valk towards the front door. Located
                                                ID'S SNACK BAR, 340 Oceanport lepartment (fee negotiable).                                  FFICE COPYING MACHINE — Ex-                 THREE-ROOM unlurnisheo apartments.                                                            in a dead-end street and landscaped ing aids valued at $130, Manal-
                                                 ve., Oceanport. LI 2-9770.                   SDWARDS EMPLOYMENT AOENCS :ellent condition. Reasonable.                                  Excellent location, Atlantic Highlands. PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO. with an artist's eye, Is bound to get
        WANTED-AUTOMOTIVE                      'ART-TIME CASHIERS— Experienced 1 Broad St.     0                             , Red Bant                   SH 7-3300                     184 to J89, all utUIUes. 291-145).                     WALTER S. OVERTON                     anyone excited... and then the latch apan Township School.
                                               .nd non-experienced. SHOP-RITE Mld-                                                                                                                                                                                                   Is turned and you enter a four-bed- Thomas Dorsey, 18, Union St.,
                                              lletown, Route 35 and New Monmoulh                                                          FINING ROOM SET — And Kenmon 'HREE ROOM furnished apartment.                                               DIAL 741-7200                   room, two-bath home with a large
          TOM'S FORD INC.                                                                     HELP WANTED-Male - Female lutomatic washer. Call                                          Adults. No peta, 741-6121 or LI Z                                                            recreation room. Notice the hot water West Keansburg, Annandale Re-
                                              Id. Apply In peraon.                                                                                          291-2061                    2277.                                                REAL ESTATE SINCE 159*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     heat, the overalzed kitchen!, your
     WE PAT CASH FOR USED C A M                       EXPERIENCED O-PEKATOItS                 3OUPLE — Cook, butler-Ia-mlly of Iw                                                       LONG BRANCH — Furnished apart- 60 White St.                                    Red Bank lifart pounding laater! Stop — cairn formatory, illegal entry, Loew's
 60 Main Bt           W> 6-1600       Matawan WANTED               On dreaaes and *ulti,                                                               HAMMOND                          ments. Four rooms and baUi, Heat                                                             down, rest awhile on the jalousled Drive-In Theater, Raritan Town-
 (150 yda. from Matlwan RR Station) Will pay good salary. 787-0518.                             DWARD9 EMPLOYMENT AOENC                                                                 and water supplied. CA 9-1553.                                                               porch, because even the price has an
                                                  'UBLIC RELATIONS SECRETARY — 10 Broad St.                                    Red Banl            ORGAN STUDIO                         _,ONO BRANCH — Three-room apart-                                                             exciting sound! All this for $25,000. ship, and theft of $195.
                                              To maintain profesaional office —High,              BAJUJ EMPLOYMENT AGJSNCx*                                                             ment, partly lurnlsheti. TMed batti, heat                                                    WALKER & WALKER, Realtors. Hwy                    Daniel J. Scarpone, Jr., State-
   BOATS AND ACCESSORIES BOOKKEtfPPJl                                                   51J-S uuailiied Personnel For Quality Ordel                  OF A5ETJRY PARK
                                                                                                                                                                                        and hot water, near the beach arid
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ALL ON-ONE FLOOR                         35, Sliienoburj. Oil 15212. SMlaur
                                              SECRETARY                                  JSO 210 Broad Long Branch              CA 2-474' IR-20 Tona USED ORGANS *                      shopping, $75 per month. Cal! CA 2-                                                          Service.                                       sir PI., Middletown .Township,
                                              CLERK-TYPIST                               365                                                            Cabinet                   $225 3653 or CA 2-2468.                              Tired ol climbing stairs? Stepsavtni, NESTLED In a grove of beech and suspended term Bordentown Re-
       1963 OWENS CRUISERS BURROUGHS MACHINE OPERATOR                                              ACB EMPLOYMENT AOKNCY                  Kimball Console Piano                    3B5,                                                work-saving, cost-saving with econom-
                                              • Open
                                              —                                               Every order & applicant our specialty. Winter Spinet Piano                           3[», 'HREE ROOMS — Unfurnished, third ical gas heat and cooking. Three bed- oak trees, four-bedroom split level, formatory, $250 fine, open lewd-
Best trades and buys. See u s before EDWARDS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 12 Broad St.. tteil Bank                                         SH 7-3W Hammond Chord Orpan                        475. floor, light housekeeping, good loca- rooms, bath and »i. Urge den plus plaster caat ironolMlred hot waterwalls,
yOU                                           60 Broad St.                        Red Bank EDWAitDS EMPLOIMENT AOENC*                     Hallet & DavlB Spinet Piano              485, tion, Private entrance. Quiet business- utility room. On a corner plot re- per plumbing throughout, combination ness.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      urnace,                radiation with cop-
       FAIR HAVEN YACHT WORKS                                                                                                             Hammond Extravolce Organ (new) 495 woman. $55. BH 1-P761.                                    decorated In and out. Vets no-down storm windows and screens. Located                           Robert A. Parker, Rt. 35, Eat-
Fair Haven                           SH 7-30H VAITRESS AND COOK wanted and                         Kxecutlve-Sales-Ofllce- Domestic                            Organ               595
                                                                                              Sinearity ana ability with hleh ethic Hammond ChordOrgan S-6 _.—.—„ 650 NJEW UNFURNISHED — Four-room with approximately 5135 covering all on a one-acre lot, tares approximately ontown, suspended term Borden-
                                                                     Apply In pers/m only.
BARQA1M — AW Doal you oant lo ill you ctin ent. Rd., Rumson between 80 Broad Bt                                                 lied Banl Lowrey 3plnct Spinet Organ                    lpartment, $127 a month plus electri- monthly costs, non-vet3 J700 down and
own. Lew t w i t rues. Financing u M p.m.     17-23 W. River                                                     SH 7-0577                Hammond M-2                              695 city. Available April 1. 173A Branch approximately $130 monthly. Asking $450. SchoolLabs. passesdown payment. town, illegal entry at three stores
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      bus          door, !£ mile
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     from Eell             Low
rangementl completed la j s n i l                                                                                                         Conn Spinet Organ                     — 695                                                  $17,500. Call lo aee.                         Assume present mortgage after down
any o( our offlcel THE MONMOUTH                                                               SITUATIONS WANTED, Fcmal Lowrey Spinet Organ                                 ,     „ 750 Ave., Red BanV. 741-2552.                       NA.VESINK ASSOCIATES, REALTORS payment. Price for all this $25,000. ,n 1960.
COUNTY NATIONAL BANK. BB 1                                                                                                                Baldwin Spinet Organ                  ~ 750 LEONARDO — 3 ^ rooniB, private                        Hwy. 35, Mlddletown. OS 1-W5O0. Call 94S-8353. & a.m. to 6 p.m.
1000.                                                  HELP WANTED-MALE                       SEEKING POSITION — Caring for ai Hammond M-3 Spinet Organ                            795 bath, entrance, all utilities furnlahed.            MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING
                                                                                                                                           SALES AND SERVICE                  Business couple. 291-031T after 5,                                                              RUMSON RIVERVIEW — 2'.4 year
          18' CRUISERS INC.
Cabin, bunka, head, Johnson motor.
Ideal /or cruising, fishing, skiing.
                                                                                          Invalid or companion to aged, exper
                                                                                          anco and reference. Will also rellev
                                                                                           •egular nurse. 842-3514.
                                                                                                                                       RENTAL AND INSTRUCTION
                                                                                                                                   )pen-Daily Till 9 — Saturday Till 5:31
                                                                                                                                                                                IUBLET — Five-room apartment.                     BEAUTIFUL OAK HILL
                                                                                                                                                                              SCOTT TOWERS, 302 Ocean Ave.. A split level nestled among towering
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              old ranch. Immaculate condition. Three-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              bedrooms, tile bath, wide board,             Superintendents
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              pegged' floors. Walking distance to
No reasonable offer refused.
Pay 747-9060
              New July 1962.
                        Evening 741-1531^        ASSEMBLERS
                                                                                          t E U A B L E WOMAN — Wishes to tak
                                                                                          >are of children In her home. Will
                                                                                           ,lso board If desired. Call BH 7-2609.
                                                                                                                                      COOKMAN AVE. AND MAIN BT.
                                                                                                                                                 PR &-9300
                                                                                                                                                                              Apartment S B, Long Branch. Call ahade trees on ?i of an acre. Living
                                                                                                                                                                              P A 9J7fiM               v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           room, dining rom, kitchen, four bed-
                                                                                                                                                                                HVO FURNISHED APARTMENTS — rooms, recreation room, 2li baths, all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ocean, schools, churches and shops.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Only 516,000. Call for appointment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ROLSTON-WATERBURY, Realtors, 16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Honor Secretary
17' GUY LOMBARDO Bberijlaj boat.                                                                                                   ix8 PRINTING PRESS — $123.                 In Rumson, % block from bus. Adulti. electric Kitchen. Priced low at $35,000.                   West Front St., Red Bank. SH 7-3500.           MIDDLETOWN - The Mon-
BO h.p. Evlnrude eltctrlc and acces-                                                                                                               CALL.                      $70 and $80 with utilities. 842-0666.                                                                                                        mouth County Public School Bus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               CASEY'S AGENCY INC.
sories. 201-2607.                                & WIREMEN                                             FINANCIAL
                                                                                                                                  DESKiS — $15 up.
                                                                                             BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES adding macblaea, typewriters manual
                                                                                                                                                                  291 • 937
                                                                                                                                                            Files, chairs,
                                                                                                                                                                              BELFORD — Four rooms and bath,
                                                                                                                                                                              heat furnished. Business couple pre- Hwy. 35 Independent Broker                 Hazlet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       LOTS AND ACERAGE                    iness Officials paid tribute to
         AUTOS & TRUCKS                                                                                                                                                         erred. 7B7-O912.                                            CO 4-8142                                          WANTED                      Mrs. Isabella B. Patterson at a
                                                                                                                                  and electric, office equipment etc.
                                                 2-5 years commercial "wiring                                                     bargain prices. New or used. AAC Deal          'HREE ROOMS FURNISHED — Utili-                       30-DAY OCCUPANCY                        Bulldini- let. Red Bank or surrounding dinner-meeting at ,the Cobble-
                                                                                                                                  )uttet Co. Rt. 35. Oakhurat. KE 1-3990,     :lcs, parking, adults, no pets. Phone                                                           area. Must meet requirements for rtu-
                                                 experience on assembly and
                                                 wiring of electronics cir-
                                                                                                        Investments                                                           Ml-2688 after 5 or weekends.                            VETS NO 5 COWN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NO CLOSING COSTS                        ilex home. Write "A.E.," Box 511. Red stones last week.
                                                                                                                                     RAY SECTIONAL .COUCH — Thrci                                                                                                              3k                                            Seventy persons honored Mrs.
      Red Bqrik                                  cuits. Must be able to work
                                                 Irom schematics and wiring
                                                                                          HIGHLANDS — 10 cottages, com-
                                                                                                                                    ieces. Good condition.
                                                                                                                                                 SH 7-1532
                                                                                          mercial garage, 4,000 ft.; tavern FIREPLACE WOOD and KINDL1N'.
                                                                                                                                                                             TWO ROOMS FURNISHED — All utili- Qualified buyer can move In this three
                                                                                                                                                                             ties, parking space. 82 Shrewsbury bedroom ranch hDme, living room,
                                                                                                                                                                              \xc.      Red Bank.                         dining area, eat-In kitchen, wail oven,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              LAGOON LOT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Baywood                     Patterson, who has served as sec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           retary to the county superintend-
                                                                                                                                                                              FURNISHED — Three-room apartment couniur top range, modern vanliy room,          bath.
     Auto import's                                   APPLY OR PHONE
                                                MON.-FRI. 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
                                                                                          building. Package grosses $6,500. McGulre'a Market, Rte. 31, Colts Nock.
                                                                                                          $35,000                 Phone 648-4323, 916-4333 evenings.          private bath and entrance, Hwy. 35, attached garage. Call owner. SH 7-
                                                                                                                                                                               rflddletown, DUB line. Couple preferred. 3000.
                                                                                                                                                                               ;H 1-0431.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          full dry basement, recreation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      REAL ESTATE WANTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ents for 25 years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             President William E. Firth, sec-
          Renault « Vo|vt> v                                                                                                             LOW PRICED PAINT                                                                                                                                                                  retary of the Red Bank Board of
                                                                                         vIIDDLETOWN - Three-family,                                                          VTTRACTIVE six-room apartment on LINCROFT — Three-bedGI mortgage.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 acre. Assume iVjTo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       room ranch,
        Peugeot •Triumph ;,                                                              Rented, corner. Ideal for couple, il.M sal. Citation Hat white. Cook larm per month view, newly decorated Full basement, carpeting. Immediate
                                                                                                                                                                                      with lovely                                                                                       LIST YOUR HOME                     Education, was master of cere-
                                                  BELL                                  Nets 10%.
                                                                                                                                      nn Latex paint, white. »2.99 gal tl20
                                                                                                                                   _conoiny line). Turpentine Me —' Jail evenings only LI 2-4355.
                                                                                                                                   ihop by phone. Fast delivery. Call
                                                                                                                                                                                                   includes heat, water. •cctipnncy. 516,500. SH 1-3930.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             'AIR            CAPE COD
                                                                                                                                                                               JNFURNI8HE1) — Three rooms and living HAVENwith fireplace. — Large
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              with MS for prompt sofvice. Member monies.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Multiple Listing Service. ROLSTON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              IVATERBURY, Realtors since 1925. 16 Present were three former
                                                                                                          $15,000 -
   '63 Renault Dauphine $1295
       1,900 miles.
                                               TELEPHONE                                                                                       PROWN'S                         >at)i, heat, hot water supplied. Bust-
                                                                                          'AVERN — License, fixtures ;2 Broad St. Red Bank SH 1-75K less couple preferred. 291-0534. 35 kitchen with dining area, up, large
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           rooms, two down, two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          four bed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              W. Front St., Red Bank. SH 7-3500.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              YOUR HOME WANTED — Why list
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           county superintendents and the
                                                                                          iui]din{> complete 2,400 sq. ft.                                                     ) n Blvd., Atlantic Hlghlandfl.             screened porch on rear for privacy,                with us? We advertise extensively In present superintendent, Earl B.
   '63 Volvo Sports Sed. $1995
       Radio and heater
                                             HolmiUM, N. J. (near Red Bank)
                                                                                         "our rooms, bath, upstairs. PLUS vJKDY'3 double throw ruga, two pai *ED BANIC — Broad St. Three 1-1229. full basement. shopping. 517.900. Prin-
                                                                                                                                  lamp, bookcase,
                                                                                                                                     e sltates,
                                                                                                                                                       dresser with mirror,
                                                                                         ;ix-room house with garage and Inilow, Ulcepair of OS 1-1068. picture infunmhed. best location. SH
                                                                                                                                                          drapes (or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           diuretics, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Convenient to schools,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ciples only. Call SH 7-1605.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tho newspapers, radio and publish E arrison.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              catalog for home seekers. WB are mem
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               jers ol the TWK. a national real estate Former officials present were
                                                                                                                                                    new.                        1H 1-1575.                                                                                     •elerral service. We are "Home Trad
           IMPORT USED                       Everett F.d.-Crawford's Corner Hd. Dorner lot. Long established in
                                                                                                                                 LARGE — Old fashioned hat racl
                                                                                                                                                                                  NFURNISHED APARTMENT—Three                               FINE AHEA                           . rfl " _ two orricera, l i full time aaies William M. Smith, Thomas B.
   '62 Renault Gordini           $1295        An Equal Opportunity Employer              rlighlands. $42,500.                    Bookcase. Call
                                                                                                                                                                                 irge rooms, over professional office, Three-bedroom ranch In Tine area or                    people: Call WALKER & WALKER, Harper and slate Assistant Com-
                                                                                                                                                                               illddletown. Includes heat and electri- Matawan. Beautiful condition. F u l l                  Realtors. Members Red BanX Area
   '61 Austin Healey Sprite $1050           XPERtENCED ELECTRONIC WIRE                                                                              0 3 1-O03S                 city. Private entrance. SH 1-4534.          basement and garage ot course. And                 Multiple Listing Service, Shrewsbury. missioner of Education Joseph E.
   '68 Renault Dauphine           $595 [EN—For wiring irom achematlcs.
                                          ELECTRO IMPULSE LAB., 208 River
                                                                                                  BOWTELL                         iOYAL. ROSE — Gas range, goo- VTTRACTIVELY decorated and fur- the yard; — Many, many large trees
                                                                                                                                  londltlon, 36" OS 1-2408 after 5 p.m., ilahed. Three rooms, bath, utilities, ar,d privacy. Moderately priced a t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SH 1-5212 and Middlotown, OS 1-2126.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              WE NEED GOOD HOMES for serious
       Radio and heater                   it., Red Bank.
                                                                                                      Real Estate                  weekends.                                                                              519,500. Allow ua to show you today.
                                                                                                                                                                              vaalicr, parking. Residential yut near WALKER & WALKER, Realtors, Hwy                           buyers. The Dowatra Agency, Realtors,
  '60 Volkswagen                 $1295 ARPENTEP. - FOREMAN — Layout.                                                                                                            own. Also ono-room efficiency. SH 1- 35, 1000 feet south of Lily-Tulip Co.,                   31 E. Front St., Red Bank. SH 1-8700.          There's no Trick to Having Ex-
       Sun roof                            •ame, trim, alteration work. Must be tate Hwy 36                            Leonardo WE LIKE YOUR VOICE                            4394.                                        MIddlelown. PHONE 671-3311. Multiple                         BUILDING LOT
                                          iver -10 years old, with pickup truck,                          291-2100                 :all us on tlie phone. Free deliver [•WIN GABLE APARTMENTS — 30 Listings and tratic-lns. Open T days,                                      Red Bank area, town or eurroundlng          tra Cash. You Get it Fast When
  '58 Volkswagen Sedan $750 ill 1-1114, E D DAY CONSTRUCTION.                                                                      in needed Items. Try us [int.               Riverside Ave., Red Bank. Four-room IF YOU ADORE NEW HOUSES then                               community. Must be adaptable for            You Use The Register Classified.
                                             AN F O R OUTSIDE COLLECTION                      30 years in the Bayshore                                                         infurnlshed apartment. $150 per month. see this three bedroom split in a good                  duplex home. Write all particulars,
                                           nd sales work, age 25-40 for $150                                                                      PROWN'S                       iH 1-2399.                                 neighborhood near bus line. Large liv-              A.E.." Box 511. Red Bank.                  —Advertisement.
                                              week job, $100 to Flart atid $125 CONTRACT TRUCKING BUSINESS— 12 Broad St. Hcd Bank                                  SH 1-T50C TLANTIC HIGHLANDS—Unfurnished ing room, Bunny eat-in kitchen, ceramic
                                            'ter three month training period, We Three trucks now on lease, going busi-                                                                                          In real- tflc bath, oversized attached garage.
                                                                                                                                                                                          apartment, 4'/j
                                            ant an ambitious man to ]eam and ness Includes all equipment Hnd con- TWO PLATE GLASS MIRRORS 40" X lodcrn section. 6 Third rooms 2S1-9237. Excellent closets and Btorage space.                                                                                                                 By Ken Reynolds
                                           dvance with nationwide company. racls                    Good
                                                                                         1'RUCKING, 787-5686.
                                                                                                             Income.    SCHMIDT 14", second mirror amaller. Upright              entlal                     Ave,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          All this and top rated schools (or                  QUICKIES
                                           /rite "A.T.". Box 511, Ked Bnnk.                                                       piano, fine practice piano. Reasonable. illGHLANDS — Three rooms furnished 516,950. Russell M. Borus Realtors, C O              O
                                                                                                                                   *23253                                     LII improvements. 555. Call                 River Road, Fair Haven BH 7-4532
                                                                                                                                    'HREE-PJECE SECTIONAL — Excel                                 872-1063.                Member Multiple Listing Service.
                                                                                                                                     nt condition, like new.                   "HREE ROOMS ana bath, all utilities RUMBON — Imagine at this price.
                                                                                                                                                    291-0857                   lupplletl, furnished or unfurnished. $90 read on...Immaculate two-year ol d

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                                                                                                                                       BRING YOUR ROLLERS
                                                                                                                                                           RANGE — $25. >or month, Call 291-9437. '                       ranch near river, three bedrooma, tile
                                                                                                                                                                              £EANSBURG — Three rooms unfur- bath, wide board pegged f l o o r s ,
                                                                                                                                                                              ilaheri. Tile bath. $70 plus utilities. paneled ki